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Ritual Artist


✾ Ritual Prayer Art ✾

Creativity (creation) is sacred. These are my tools for creative work.I keep a small corner altar with symbolism and sacred objects on my art journaling desk. I have a wall altar as well in my art studio. I burn a bit of sage each time before starting a project which helps to cleanse the area and also set the intentions for my work.

Altar above my art journaling area
I pull a card from my oracle cards "Awakening to your Divine Self' daily
 and sometimes before starting a piece of art.
Crystal smuding - The act of consecration is believed to cleanse the object of negative energies or energy 'empressed' by its previous owner or from the manufacturing process. Once cleansed, the object is charged with your personal energy and the object's purpose. There are many ways to consecrate a tool. One way is to pass it through or rub it with each element (salt, flame, water, smoke) then charge it with your own energy.
Amethyst and crystal - from my creativity altar on m art journaling desk.
Creating with the energies of crystals and stones.
I am a runewrister. I carve and read the runes.
and yes, I throw the bones too.
Although I primarily use mugwort (intuition/prophetic) when I am lucid dreaming
I do like to mix a bit of it with my sage for purifying




Intuitive Painting


As a visual and imaginative artist, I work purely on impulse. When I set out to do a piece I do not have a plan laid out, I let my intuition, subconscious or higher self take over and just allow the creation to flow.








Creative Sacred Living


How do You implement the Creative and Sacred in your Life?







Sacred Symbols



Through the ages, sacred symbols have been able to convey and merge intangible and 
supernatural rays of truth into single graphic images that take us to a point of knowing without using our cognitive skills.

A single viewing of a symbol can transform consciousness, behaviors, understanding, and well being. We are forever changed by the symbols we gaze upon.



Sacred Mandala


The word Mandala  means "circle". 
 A Mandala represents wholeness, a cosmic diagram reminding us of our relation to infinity, extending beyond and within our bodies and minds.


Mandalas are used for meditation purposes allowing the individual meditating 
to become one with the universe. 












Journal Through the Soul


Transformational art journaling drawing on intuition, connecting heart, mind and soul to allow our inner soul voice to emerge.Profoundly inhabiting the present moment. 









Archetype and Myth



Archetypum
pattern, model (psyche) first-moulded first, origin

(psychology) According to the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, a universal pattern of thought, present in an individual's unconscious, inherited from the past collective experience of humanity.

Mythicos

Mythology: myths & legends














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