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Through creative expression, art presents us with ways to communicate abstract, soul-inspired messages through sound, movement, and imagery. We feature creative art that has the power to transcend the ordinary, change perception, and transport us to the numinous.

Earthscape Artist Andres Amador practices non-attachment in his stunning, beautiful, and temporal creations on beach sand.

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New Moon in Leo 2017

The sun moves into the sign of Leo on July 22nd. Leo is a fire sign and when we add the fiery energy of Mars, which will be sitting right next to the Leo sun, we have a potent combination.The July 23rd New Moon takes place at 0 degrees of Leo, announcing the Leo season. New moons always herald new beginnings and this one has all the potential to be a hot one. How does the energy of fire sit in your body? Does it burn you up or energize you? With this Leo/Mars combination there is the possibility of a wide range of expressions. Mars wants action, wants to initiate something. Leo is only too willing to step on the stage and create something new as long as he is the star of the show.

By | July 18th, 2017|Categories: Karen Johannsen, New Moon|Tags: , |0 Comments

Mindful Heart Astrology: Fifth House

The Fifth House of the horoscope is most often identified as the house of Children and Creativity. Within this realm we also find Sports, Leisure, and Romance. So, what do each of these areas of life have in common? This is the natural house of Leo, so those things that make one shine have front and center stage. They each represent our creative self-expression, what we want to offer up, and how we want to be recognized. These are things we feel proud of and want to shout out to the world, “this is mine”, “it’s my baby”, “I did it”!

By | July 18th, 2017|Categories: Astrology, Jayne Logan|0 Comments

Cancer Full Moon 2017

Full moons always heighten our awareness. Whatever is not in balance and integrity is challenged to evolve or dissolve. With the Sun in Cancer, representing the Mother principle, and the moon in Capricorn, representing the Father, we are asked to bring into balance the masculine and feminine energies within ourselves. We must learn to integrate assertiveness with cooperation, and bring our head and heart into alignment.

By | July 7th, 2017|Categories: Full Moon, Karen Johannsen|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Mindful Heart Astrology: The Fourth House

Home and Family, along with psychological roots and ancestry, are the areas of life represented in the Fourth House. Naturally ruled by the sign of Cancer and the Moon, matters of inner security, comfort, nurturing and mother is found here. This is a “water house” and so one can naturally assume there is a great deal of emotion reflected with many of the undercurrents present in family, representative of our ancestral roots and flavoring our individual experiences. The cusp of the Fourth House is at the base of the chart, where our past and our roots are anchored. It is from this location that everything in one’s life tends to flow, or at least begin.

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: Astrology, Jayne Logan|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Soul Stories – Sarah

I am certified Singing bowl Massage therapist, sound therapist and Reiki Master. I am is a native of Scotland, now living in Virginia USA. My passion for helping people started many years ago when I [...]

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Inspiration – The Jewels Within Us

By | June 29th, 2017|Categories: Inspiration|Tags: , |0 Comments

You might have noticed the beautiful works by Willow B. Norris in our Tao Te Ching chapter series.  Her paintings reflect an inner peace on a spiritual path…..taking the observer on a journey of enchantment, capturing the love and enjoyment of life. Generally not focusing on any central theme, Willow’s subject matter swings from whimsical to spiritual. Her work is truly mixed media. Willow typically first renders a detailed drawing on high quality archival watercolour paper. She then applies various water soluble pigments with sable hair watercolour brushes. This slow build-up of many washes (often as many as 10-20 or more layers) achieves the bold richness of colour evident in her pieces. She sometimes incorporates the use of fine pigmented wax to accomplish the desired effect.

Willow was born in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is primarily self taught.  She has attended classes at The Art Institute of Boston, The School of Visual Concepts in Seattle, WA, and the The University of Washington. She now resides on the island of Maui, Hawaii.

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