“We often forget that we are nature. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we’ve lost our connection to ourselves.” ― Andy Goldsworthy original artwork by: Robert
Blodeuwedd (welsh goddess- pronounced "blood EH weth"), the woman made of flowers. Goddess of spring, wisdom, lunar mysteries, & initiations. Maiden form of the Triple Goddess. She was turned into an owl for being unfaithful (her sacred bird which is known as an outcast among birds). Blodeuwedd is connected with death and reincarnation. 'Owl Spirit' by Anita Inverarity
The Divine Feminine, once associated with the image of the Great Mother and the Great Goddesses of earlier cultures and with the deeply experienced sense that the world was part of a Sacred Cosmic Order, was relegated to the unconscious. The arrogant celebration of “man’s conquest of nature” is being replaced by the realization that if we are to survive we need to respect and cherish the planetary life which sustains us. Anne Baring
The dance of the third eye chakra is inspired by the ancient shamanic practice of trance-dance. This dance transports us beyond time and space. Our vision becomes expanded; we open up to insights from our higher self or spirit.