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  • Working with these tiny spooders is like, one of the absolute best parts of my day. I just wanna make a bracelet with nothing but little spiders dangling all over it. 😍🕸💕 Sorry for the silence the past few days, been working our little butts off and haven't had time to post. Rest assured we're here and making jewelry as fast as our little fingers can go. Got some new stuff in the works too. 😁
  • Working with these tiny spooders is like, one of the absolute best parts of my day. I just wanna make a bracelet with nothing but little spiders dangling all over it. 😍🕸💕 Sorry for the silence the past few days, been working our little butts off and haven't had time to post. Rest assured we're here and making jewelry as fast as our little fingers can go. Got some new stuff in the works too. 😁
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  • In plants there exists boundless magic. Do you have a favorite plant? 🌿 Lately, I’ve felt inspired by the energy and history of mistletoe, and created the ring I’m wearing here as an ode to its sacred and central role in ancient Druid rituals. The closeup second photo shows the handmade mistletoe, cast branches, Celtic knot, and crescent moon. This is just under a size 8 3/4 (please note that wide bands tend to feel more snug than standard and so some people prefer to size up 1/4 to 1/2 a size), and will be available in the Dark Pines Collection on 1/28 at 8pm est. 🖤 I’ve also recently connected to mugwort while using my new Strange Dreams spray from @lightofanjou, seen in the third photo. A few spritzes of this calming blend on my pillow each night have induced sound sleep and vivid dreams. You can read more about the magical and medicinal properties of mugwort on the pages of the pictured grimoire, written and sold by @native_apothecary and illustrated by @poisonappleprintshop. 🍃 #soliloquyjewelry #grimoire
  • In plants there exists boundless magic. Do you have a favorite plant? 🌿 Lately, I’ve felt inspired by the energy and history of mistletoe, and created the ring I’m wearing here as an ode to its sacred and central role in ancient Druid rituals. The closeup second photo shows the handmade mistletoe, cast branches, Celtic knot, and crescent moon. This is just under a size 8 3/4 (please note that wide bands tend to feel more snug than standard and so some people prefer to size up 1/4 to 1/2 a size), and will be available in the Dark Pines Collection on 1/28 at 8pm est. 🖤 I’ve also recently connected to mugwort while using my new Strange Dreams spray from @lightofanjou, seen in the third photo. A few spritzes of this calming blend on my pillow each night have induced sound sleep and vivid dreams. You can read more about the magical and medicinal properties of mugwort on the pages of the pictured grimoire, written and sold by @native_apothecary and illustrated by @poisonappleprintshop. 🍃 #soliloquyjewelry #grimoire
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  • And then Aphrodite arised
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  • Third quarter moon - The Mother
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The third quarter of the moon begins when the moon is full. It is here that we have the illumination from the sun and moon to culminate the seeds we planted from the new moon. Each sit opposite one another in the sky, ensuring we have perspective from both sides.
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This phase of time is still energetic and high in Yang encouraging us to  find our edge. Know that rest is near as the moon inches towards darkness.
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The mother symbolically is a phase in life where you have learned to take care of yourself and now bear responsibility for another, whether it be a child or this creative project you have born.
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My mom worded it quite beautiful, “a mother is only as happy as her saddest child.“ Tend to your children, to your creativity. Push aside the fear of failure, the world craves you and all your magic.
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This is a picture of Isis the Egyptian Goddess who is one of many mother archetypes. She holds the Ankh in one hand which looks strangely similar to the Venus symbol. She was a protector to the ordinary people and was believed to help the dying navigate afterlife. I like her lots. 
#lunarliving #sacredrhythms #moonphases #themother #wombofcreation #sacredfeminine #astrology #planetjunkie #mythology #aquariusseason #moonmagic #moonjunkie #ayurvediclifesytle #natureasgod #egyptiangoddess
  • Third quarter moon - The Mother
    :
    The third quarter of the moon begins when the moon is full. It is here that we have the illumination from the sun and moon to culminate the seeds we planted from the new moon. Each sit opposite one another in the sky, ensuring we have perspective from both sides.
    :
    This phase of time is still energetic and high in Yang encouraging us to find our edge. Know that rest is near as the moon inches towards darkness.
    :
    The mother symbolically is a phase in life where you have learned to take care of yourself and now bear responsibility for another, whether it be a child or this creative project you have born.
    :
    My mom worded it quite beautiful, “a mother is only as happy as her saddest child.“ Tend to your children, to your creativity. Push aside the fear of failure, the world craves you and all your magic.
    :
    This is a picture of Isis the Egyptian Goddess who is one of many mother archetypes. She holds the Ankh in one hand which looks strangely similar to the Venus symbol. She was a protector to the ordinary people and was believed to help the dying navigate afterlife. I like her lots.
    #lunarliving #sacredrhythms #moonphases #themother #wombofcreation #sacredfeminine #astrology #planetjunkie #mythology #aquariusseason #moonmagic #moonjunkie #ayurvediclifesytle #natureasgod #egyptiangoddess
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  • ✨Es interesante preguntarse por qué una criatura que no tiene ninguna correspondencia en el mundo real se ha vuelto conocida, y una gran cantidad de personas alrededor del mundo saben de qué se habla cuando se menciona al Unicornio🦄
✨Cuenta la leyenda que el unicornio es un animal mitológico y místico que poseía el cuerpo como los caballos de color blanco, con un mágico cuerno en el centro de la frente el cual tenía propiedades curativas, curiosamente solo podían ser vistos por personas que tenían un corazón bueno y puro, cualidades que eran rastreables solo por ellos, los cazadores se interesaron por estos enigmáticos seres y utilizaban a las personas de buen corazón para capturarlos.
Tras su desaparición, la magnificencia y bondad de aquellos seres dejó en la historia su recuerdo como símbolo de fuerza, libertad, valor y bondad y, sobre  todo del poder de la magia que reside en las personas de gran corazón.💝
🌌Sin duda ha sido una historia maravillosa, por está razón hemos ilustrado a través de este pastel que las fantasías forman parte de nuestra realidad.🌈🎠
Para que nunca dejemos de ser niños con el corazón bondadoso! 💖
Celebramos la vida, hacemos pasteles! 🙆
#unicorn #pastel #fantasy #leyenda #desingcake #bondad #magic #infancia #nubes #arcoiris #mythology
  • ✨Es interesante preguntarse por qué una criatura que no tiene ninguna correspondencia en el mundo real se ha vuelto conocida, y una gran cantidad de personas alrededor del mundo saben de qué se habla cuando se menciona al Unicornio🦄
    ✨Cuenta la leyenda que el unicornio es un animal mitológico y místico que poseía el cuerpo como los caballos de color blanco, con un mágico cuerno en el centro de la frente el cual tenía propiedades curativas, curiosamente solo podían ser vistos por personas que tenían un corazón bueno y puro, cualidades que eran rastreables solo por ellos, los cazadores se interesaron por estos enigmáticos seres y utilizaban a las personas de buen corazón para capturarlos.
    Tras su desaparición, la magnificencia y bondad de aquellos seres dejó en la historia su recuerdo como símbolo de fuerza, libertad, valor y bondad y, sobre todo del poder de la magia que reside en las personas de gran corazón.💝
    🌌Sin duda ha sido una historia maravillosa, por está razón hemos ilustrado a través de este pastel que las fantasías forman parte de nuestra realidad.🌈🎠
    Para que nunca dejemos de ser niños con el corazón bondadoso! 💖
    Celebramos la vida, hacemos pasteles! 🙆
    #unicorn #pastel #fantasy #leyenda #desingcake #bondad #magic #infancia #nubes #arcoiris #mythology
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  • Ancient Native Americans believed that humans were divided into two groups. One group followed the path of the Eagle and the other of the Condor.

The Eagle represents the North and is associated with masculine energy and focus of the mind. The path of the Condor is represented by the South and is deeply connected to feminine energy and the softness of the heart.

According to this legend we are entering the new  era where  a new level of consciousness for humanity will be developed. During this time, people will re-unite. “The Fifth Pachakuti would create a portal for the Eagle and Condor to fly together in one sky, to mate and create a new offspring: higher human consciousness. Some say that this offspring is represented by the quetzal of Central America, the Mayan bird that is the symbol of bringing together the heart and mind, art and science, male and female,” as John Perkins says. 
This legend deeply resonates in my cellular DNA. 
Are you feeling a new wave of change and activation ? 
Share with me! 
Miguel
  • Ancient Native Americans believed that humans were divided into two groups. One group followed the path of the Eagle and the other of the Condor.

    The Eagle represents the North and is associated with masculine energy and focus of the mind. The path of the Condor is represented by the South and is deeply connected to feminine energy and the softness of the heart.

    According to this legend we are entering the new era where a new level of consciousness for humanity will be developed. During this time, people will re-unite. “The Fifth Pachakuti would create a portal for the Eagle and Condor to fly together in one sky, to mate and create a new offspring: higher human consciousness. Some say that this offspring is represented by the quetzal of Central America, the Mayan bird that is the symbol of bringing together the heart and mind, art and science, male and female,” as John Perkins says.
    This legend deeply resonates in my cellular DNA.
    Are you feeling a new wave of change and activation ?
    Share with me!
    Miguel
  • 43 8 29 minutes ago
  • “While still a baby, Hanuman, the child of a nymph by the wind god, tried to fly up and grab the Sun, which he mistook for a fruit. Indra, the king of the gods, struck Hanuman with a thunderbolt on the jaw (hanu), thus inspiring the name. When Hanuman continued to misbehave, powerful sages cursed him to forget his magic powers, such as the ability to fly or to become infinitely large, until he was reminded of them. Hanuman led the monkeys to help Rama, an avatar (incarnation) of the god Vishnu, recover Rama’s wife, Sita, from the demon Ravana, king of Lanka (likely not the present-day Sri Lanka). Having been reminded of his powers by Jambavan, the king of the bears, Hanuman crossed the strait between India and Lanka in one leap, despite the efforts of watery demonesses to stop him by swallowing him or his shadow. He was discovered in Lanka, and his tail was set on fire, but he used that fire to burn down Lanka. Hanuman also flew to the Himalayas and returned with a mountain full of medicinal herbs to restore the wounded in Rama’s army.

Hanuman is worshipped as a subsidiary figure in temples dedicated to Rama or directly in shrines dedicated to Hanuman himself. The latter are generally thronged by monkeys, who know that they cannot be mistreated there. In temples throughout India, he appears in the form of a monkey with a red face who stands erect like a human. For his service to Rama, Hanuman is upheld as a model for all human devotion (bhakti).” #hanuman #serve #fly #yoga #hinduism #yogainspiration #yogaeveryday #yogaeverywhere #yogaeverydamnday #yogalove #practice #practiceandalliscoming #igyoga #instayoga #trust #mythology #gods #goddesses
  • “While still a baby, Hanuman, the child of a nymph by the wind god, tried to fly up and grab the Sun, which he mistook for a fruit. Indra, the king of the gods, struck Hanuman with a thunderbolt on the jaw (hanu), thus inspiring the name. When Hanuman continued to misbehave, powerful sages cursed him to forget his magic powers, such as the ability to fly or to become infinitely large, until he was reminded of them. Hanuman led the monkeys to help Rama, an avatar (incarnation) of the god Vishnu, recover Rama’s wife, Sita, from the demon Ravana, king of Lanka (likely not the present-day Sri Lanka). Having been reminded of his powers by Jambavan, the king of the bears, Hanuman crossed the strait between India and Lanka in one leap, despite the efforts of watery demonesses to stop him by swallowing him or his shadow. He was discovered in Lanka, and his tail was set on fire, but he used that fire to burn down Lanka. Hanuman also flew to the Himalayas and returned with a mountain full of medicinal herbs to restore the wounded in Rama’s army.

    Hanuman is worshipped as a subsidiary figure in temples dedicated to Rama or directly in shrines dedicated to Hanuman himself. The latter are generally thronged by monkeys, who know that they cannot be mistreated there. In temples throughout India, he appears in the form of a monkey with a red face who stands erect like a human. For his service to Rama, Hanuman is upheld as a model for all human devotion (bhakti).” #hanuman #serve #fly #yoga #hinduism #yogainspiration #yogaeveryday #yogaeverywhere #yogaeverydamnday #yogalove #practice #practiceandalliscoming #igyoga #instayoga #trust #mythology #gods #goddesses
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  • 'The left side remembers', 58cm.X42cm., graphite, ink and acrylic on paper, 2018.
  • 'The left side remembers', 58cm.X42cm., graphite, ink and acrylic on paper, 2018.
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