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The Ritual Of Creating Nature Mandalas

Nature Mandalas

 

We are moving into a new energy. An energy that holds us all connected, thriving, and living from the heart for the goodness of all. This new energy promotes a win-win living system. It works with collaboration, unity, harmony, connection, and care for all beings. We are moving into a higher vibration, and it sources from Love. 

Mandala comes from the Sanskrit meaning “circle.” The circle holds the meaning of totality, wholeness, perfection, eternity, and timelessness. It is a sacred container, teaching the nature of cyclic movement and infinite capacity. It represents the space within and the vast, uncontained space without. 

Mandalas offer balancing visual elements, symbolizing unity, harmony, and peace. 

When we create these special nature mandalas: we tap into our personal, intuitive inspiration. The act of creating these mandalas taps us into this special energy that radiates love and intention from the center of our...

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Spring Blooms by Hajer

Sometimes the moments are just too sweet.

With this, mindfulness comes into play: Create. Dream. Love.

I find solace in film photography. It is an art form that brings me closer to nature and to my roots.

The grain within the images allows for a detailed view behind the lens… Nature and fractals are my favourite.

Over the next few weeks, I will be highlighting some of these captures and giving some interesting biological insight as to why these moments captured my spirit.

Look forward to lots of rainbows and wildness. My hope is to to brighten the day! All the best kitty kats. Meow meow meow!

 

 Fiddlehead

The forest holds so much magic. Though there is so much darkness within the canopy, sometimes the light shines in long enough to allow the smallest ones to grow.

This photo was taken in Gowland Todd park and shows fractalized fiddleheads starting their life journey. Fiddleheads are baby ferns, which are one of the oldest plants known to Earth. These spiral...

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