January 02, 2018
December 07, 2017
Communion by Joy
6144 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232JOIN US FOR OUR *FREE* CEREMONIES
Communion With The Self
A voyage into self with Carrie Keller + Joy Smith
This Saturday Dec. 9th from 4:30 - 5:30pm
Join Carrie Keller and Joy Smith our first monthly intimate sacred ceremony and manifestation meditation. Explore what you want to find within yourself with intuitive guidance from Carrie, and receive healing from the sacred sounds of Joy's connection to spirit through drumming and singing. Open sharing is encouraged.
After the ceremony, enjoy complimentary mini chakra readings from Carrie and enjoy a private intimate setting to browse Joy's collection of sacred talismans.
Carrie A. Keller is an intuitive channel, psychic medium, meditation & yoga teacher, and light healer. She is also a perfumer/formulator, aromatherapist, and the creator of Life Aromatherapy, L.L.C.; a line of light infused essential oil based treatment products, perfumes, jewelry, and inspirational based items based in Los Angeles, CA. She dedicates her life to helping people on their journey through creating awareness and empowerment.
Power Animal Journeying with Marcella Kroll
Saturday Dec. 16th from 10:30am - 12:30pm
Join Marcella Kroll as she leads a drumming circle to find your power animal. Your specific animal will be a guiding light in your life and be ever present when you need to call on the specific messages you receive from it. Discovering your animal will strengthen your connection to self and spirit. Kids and adults welcome.
Marcella Kroll is an artist, intuitive, metaphysical teacher, contributing author, public speaker, and host of the podcast Saved by the Spell. She has been offering her gifts for the last 20 years. While being able to dedicate the last 9 years full time to her private practice. She is a program director for the Los Angeles Public Library, leading public classes for teens on Tarot, and other Divination subjects. While regularly holding healing circles, public ritual, lectures, and empowering workshops for Men & Women in the greater Los Angeles area, as well as traveling to other parts of the country and the globe to guide + teach others.
Shamanic Flute Meditation with Omar Ahmadzai
Saturday Dec. 16th from 5pm - 7pm
To a Shaman the process of Awakening is no mystery and the tools used to create these powerful transformations have been in existence since our earliest civilizations. In these early days of mankind to today there have always existed the Shaman. There are 7 primary colors, and 7 notes in music’s major diatonic scale all correlating directly to the 7 Chakras. These chakras are vibrational power centers that can be activated with the proper tools. In this work Shamanic Flutes are used to raise this vital energy, chakra by chakra, like a cascading waterfall of energy, flooding our system with new life.
There will be an open "satsang" (Q&A) after where he will be available to answer and discuss any subjects that are spiritual in nature.
Known as “The Urban Shaman”, Omar Ahmadzai is a Mystic, Shaman, Ayahuasquero, Teacher and Activist. He delivers a clear bridge between the ancient shamanic wisdom of our ancestors with the understanding of the "modern" day. Widely considered to be one of the most talented Shamanic Flutist in the world, Omar has lead some of the largest mass meditations in America with his powerful music. He recently released his shamanic flute meditation album “The Awakening: A Shamanic Journey” available now in iTunes.
November 20, 2017
We are having a holiday launch party
Saturday, November 25th / 12 - 6pm
Come celebrate the holiday season with us at our launch party on Saturday, November 25th. We will be having an in-store sample sale . The first 15 people will receive an intention candle dressed by Joy with purchase. We will also be serving beverages and holiday treats!
COMMUNION by Joy
6144 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
*Last day to receive before Christmas for online orders is December 4th*
Special Holiday 20% off (use at checkout) : LOVE20
Good till November 30thMy inspiration comes from nature and the mystery behind the veil of life. This is a feeling I try to capture with my designs. When I give my attention to the life around me inspiration follows. I love ritual and symbolism. I find my inspiration communing with the spirit in nature, animals and people. I love to make jewelry that carries an energy of inner-strength and contains the power from the design or the stones I set into them. I keep my creative fire going by connecting to people and their stories.Classics Collection
Best sellers, staples, and forever pieces from the Communion By Joy collection.
Majestic Rustic Diamond Ring
SHOP - ONE OF A KIND
October 27, 2017
Step into her world and feel lifted.
We are thrilled to announce the opening of Communion By Joy, a sacred space to visit Joy and shop her fine jewelry collection along with special pieces from some of Joy's favorite artists and makers of clothing, handbags, and apothecary. We welcome you to the space to experience the light, blissful energy that radiates from Joy and her talismans for transformation.
Opening Thursday, November 2nd.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-5pm & Saturday 12-4pm
6144 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
Available for custom work by appointment only. Email email@example.com for inquiries..- Events at Communion By Joy -
We invite you to join monthly events hosted by Joy!
Re-energize and set intentions with New and Full Moon Ceremonies hosted by Carrie Keller of Life Aromatherapy, align your spirit to a higher vibration with Joy's Illuminating The Spirit workshop, and stay tuned for more intentional gatherings in the space.
Full Moon Ceremony
with Carrie Keller of Life Aromatherapy
November 4th 4-5:30pm | 6144 Washington Blvd.
Limited spots available!
SIGN UPCarrie A. Keller is an intuitive channel, psychic medium, meditation & yoga teacher, and light healer. She is also a perfumer/formulator, aromatherapist, and the creator of Life Aromatherapy, L.L.C.; a line of light infused essential oil based treatment products, perfumes, jewelry, and inspirational based items based in Los Angeles, CA. She dedicates her life to helping people on their journey through creating awareness and empowerment.Classics Collection
Best sellers, staples, and forever pieces from the Communion By Joy collection.
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August 15, 2017
Channeling the Divine through the decadently bejeweled, artist and mystic Joy Smith is raising the mystical-material vibration ever higher with her transformational talismans.
Sculptress and seer Joy Smith believes that adornment is an intimate conversation—between the creator, the wearer, and the Divine.
Inspired by nature’s potent mysteries, and the light of Divine beauty that resides in every being, the artist’s ethically sourced, recycled gold pieces spark an emotional exchange between the the universe and each of us.
For Smith, connection to the Divine is always available, and through our talismans we can bring our personal conversation with the heavens all the way down to Earth.
With her newly-launched Light Sessions, Smith is raising the material-mystical vibration even higher. During these custom experiences, she uses song, meditative chants, and Reiki to channel a one-of-a-kind talisman that supports your distinctive transformation and growth.
Spirit is absolutely everywhere. Why not dress her in radiant gold?
(Hint: Start decking out your Divine with some inspo from Joy’s jewel-drenched Instagram feed!)
Ruby Warrington: What are your own personal talismans?
Joy Smith: I wear pieces according to what I need—so I can beam my light out everywhere. I have different pieces that embody different feelings for me.
For example, I have a custom piece I made for myself that’s super special. In Milan, on a retreat with Deborah Hanekamp, we hiked to a pagan ritual place, where I found what looked like a piece of a ceramic vessel glinting in the grass. I could feel that it was infused with a spirit that wanted to help me with my healing work, and so I set it into a ring, which I wear when I’m creating pieces, and during my Light Sessions.
Even talking about it takes me back to that place. In the future, I’d like to go on pilgrimages to sacred sites to source similar pieces as part of my work.
RW: Your pieces have a strong spiritual essence. What’s your relationship to organized religion?
JS: The dogma of different religions can get messy, but the essence of spirit is what’s precious to me. I connect to the idea of the Holy Spirit, which I think of as our connection to the Divine—the spirit in us. My work is about activating that in others. I’m also super interested in world religions. I see the common thread and that’s fascinating to me. All the stories are the same, just different characters.
Having grown up Catholic, I still connect deeply to the iconography. I see the etchings in my designs as radiating light, and my goal is to elicit the idea of “heaven,” which I define simply as the place where great spirit lives … bliss.
RW: What do you see as the intersection between spirituality, craftsmanship, and art?
JS: I never thought I’d make jewelry. I knew I loved art history, and wanted to be a painter. I also connected to artists, as I felt they were connected to something spiritual with their work. I wanted that connection to come through in my work, too. I also love fashion because I see the spirit of the designer in it. It’s like art to me.
I fell into jewelry through the sculpture of making it. I initially wanted to be a fine painter, but didn’t think I was good enough and I couldn’t relay my message effectively at that time in that medium. Now, I express myself spiritually through my pieces as they relate to how I feel on the inside. I want them to be infused with feelings of beauty and light, and for this to be reflected in how I adorn myself on the outside.
I believe God, spirit, etc., created us as an expression of the beauty of the Divine. I make it a point to meditate and pray before I make my work. When we work in this way as creators, that’s spirituality to me.
RW: What do the concepts of God and the Divine mean to you?
JS: I believe God and the Divine are forms of the highest spirit, a spirit greater than ourselves that also lives within us and is part of us. That guides and protects us and loves us unconditionally. Neither are religious terms for me- I see them as a universal Spirit.
My own spiritual breakthrough came in my early twenties, when I had a very severe panic attack, and found myself debilitated by anxiety. My first teacher asked about my spiritual practice, and she gave me my first spiritual book, Marianne Williamson’s A Return to Prayer. I still read it every day. It helped me remember how to pray—how to connect to God—in a spiritual way.
RW: “Light Language” is such a glorious phrase—tell us about learning to speak this language, and how clients experience it during your “Light Sessions.”
JS: “Light Language” is how I describe my conversation with the divine, something that comes out in channeled melodies, or prayer. The term came to me via my guides during an Akashic records reading—and this really is how I feel about my conversations with God. The Light Language also comes through as automatic writing, which I carve into my talismans and artwork.
I came up with the Light Sessions since my work can be very solitary and I knew I wanted to connect with people on a deeper level. And my Light Language becomes vocal, as if I’m speaking in tongues, during one-to-one with my clients. I see it as the language of love, as expressed in my creations.
The Light Sessions are about channeling creations for transformation. We talk about stones and the style of the piece, and then my clients give me their intention and lay on my table, and I’ll either sing melodies of prayer or do Reiki and channel messages that come to me.
Afterwards, we create an intention candle together and they go home with their candle to pray / meditate with their intention in mind, and I go home and channel that energy while creating the piece for transformation. The plan is to also make this available to couples as a custom ring engagement ceremony.
RW: Who is the “Communion Woman”?
JS: Women who wear my jewelry have a strong sense of self. The common thread is that they have a connection to spirit, and that they’re all powerful in their own right. A lot of my clients have often been through a lot emotionally.
Having experienced challenges in their lives, they have been led to work on themselves spiritually, in order to connect more deeply to themselves and to the Divine. They’ve already found this connection, and want to explore more deeply what it means for their lives. A lot of their work is in service of the greater good. They have that depth.