THE DIVINE INTERVENTION COLLECTIVE
1827 SOUTH 300 WEST
SALT LAKE CITY UT, 84115
The Divine Intervention Collective is a metaphysical store that focuses on providing space for lightworkers and artists in Salt Lake City, Utah.
We believe in holding space for people who need love, light, and high vibration by offering a variety of services, classes, handmade crafts and art, and a sacred space to come in and take a load off from the weary world.
Check out our practitioners, look at our artist's beautiful work, come in and have a cup of warm coffee (or tea, whichever you prefer), and share a little slice of divine bliss with us. We can't wait to see you and provide a little respite for your road-worn soul.
Cat & Cauldron is owned and operated by the witches of the Caliguri Coven; a multi-generational collective of seers, healers and spellcasters with knowledge of many paths.
We have served the alternatively spiritual community in Utah for over 20 years. Contact us for more information on our psychic and spiritual services and our retail shop.
Established 03/03/2018. We are a Mother-Daughter (Laura-mom, Holly-daughter) owned and operated Crystal and gift shop. It has been our dream for many years to open up a Crystal shop in our hometown of Magna, UT. We are the first shop to open up on the west-side of the Salt Lake Valley, we are located just off SR-201. We strive in customer service and in making our shop feel warm, calm and inviting.
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CATALYST has its finger on the pulse of our society’s most intriguing movement: the rise of the “cultural creatives” — those who take a whole-systems approach to the world’s ecological, social and spiritual crises. This has netted us the enthusiastic support of the community — and a stable of terrific advertisers, who value the unique demographics our editorial content attracts. Our growth since 1982 has been steady. Conservative, one might say. We prefer the word “organic.” If conservative growth produces an institution, organic growth grows an organism — something vital, alive, responsive. We think we’ve got a venerable organism here.
Established in 2012 as the Utah Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, in February of 2019 we changed our name to be more inclusive to the Utah LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber strives to bring diversity and inclusion to businesses throughout Utah. We welcome all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, that means our allies, too! Our Chamber and our members play a crucial role in paving the way to advance the LGBTQ+ business community throughout the State of Utah.
We represent over 140 small business, corporate, and nonprofit members who share the values of promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.
The Utah LGBTQ+ Chamber serves as a connector across the state, bringing the community together through business while advocating for civil rights and small business. Additionally, together with The Utah Pride Center and Equality Utah we are advancing and investing in the next generation of leaders through the Kathy Phelps Scholarship Fund.