Legends whisper that the Fae live within the wild woods among the ocean of lavender and blue daisies. Their roots buried deep within Celtic Britain, where the lore of their existence seep across the land. Ruins hum to the rhythmic movement of their wings, traveling through the earths veins- into the fairy pools of silken blue.
It’s been an amazing experience watching the lightning speed at which the internet is now bringing together people with similar interests who often live far apart. There is power in numbers, and in interests shared.
The tree shown here is one of my favorites for showing just how detailed the nature spirits can be in their tree sculpting, what a keen sense of humor they have, and also how savvy they are on slang usage by us humans.
Gemstone Prayer Beads are a superb way to help yourself to inwardly grow, and to protect yourself while doing so. You are combining, in your work, the power of prayer with the power of an ancient tradition devoted to spiritual growth, and the inherent super-ancient energy inherent in the stones themselves.
Different areas of the world have different energies and the nature spirits of that area have their own very specific visages. I very often learn about that area’s personality through the photographs I am privileged to take of the spirits.
In Sanskrit Mudra means an attitude, gesture or seal. It is a series of ancient Indian gestures used to aid in meditation and express creativity. Each of the hand has a reflex reaction in a specific part of the brain. Mudras use these reflex lines of energy as forms of expression and connection with source. They lock and guide or “seal” the energy flow guiding the reflexes to the brain.
A Council Tree is an important tree in nature that is inhabited by many types of nature spirits and to whom nature spirits and other entities come to consult and present, as we humans do at a Courthouse.
It is important to prepare for the New Year with hope, clarity and positive energy. This positive energy can set the tone for the New Year and help you stay on track with your goals. As we continue the holiday season it is a good practice to review and celebrate our successes and challenges for 2014. What worked, what did we learn, what can we carry forward to 2015?