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Six of Cups tarot card Meaning love

Six of Cups meaning “Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” ― Mother Teresa The six of cups is a card that tends to conjure up feelings or memories of the past. It is seeped in nostalgia. Now there is two ways of seeing the past – … Continue reading Six of Cups tarot card...

Six of Cups meaning

“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.”
― Mother Teresa

Six of cups tarot

The six of cups is a card that tends to conjure up feelings or memories of the past. It is seeped in nostalgia. Now there is two ways of seeing the past – we can look back with regret or with a humility – that helps us to accept that we are human.. ooops there is three – or we can look back with fondness.

“When we are tired, we are attacked by ideas we conquered long ago.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche

The past is not a good place to dwell in, we all learned that when Eckarte Tolle started saying “Now, The power of now”. Yet it can be a good source of reflection. Our humanness makes us by default infallible, although we are perfect in our imperfectness. But it’s all perfect. Sorry I started off on a philosophical tangent. I’ve been doing that for years. So where was I, oh that’s right in the Now, talking about the past.

six of cups tarot meaning

This six can bring us into a full blown nostalgia, it’s important, it’s a good thing, we get to assess old truths and experiences. We can create new value systems, becoming conscious of what serves us, what makes us happy, what is destructive or that which makes us sad. We need these polarities to help us move forward.

In Love

This 6 comes after the five (which is often a time of heartbreak). So it can also be a stage were we are transiting from a past event or situation. Some of the energies may be lingering. We are processing how things got to where they are, our behaviours, others behaviours. We are in a healing stage. A time of reflection.

This card usually comes after a relationship breakdown. A time when we think about whether we can repair a relationship or not, before we truly move on. It can be a sad time but it does imply a time of moving away from the sadness that the relationship may have created.

It can in some cases portend a reunion and rarely a reconciliation.yoga tarot

Reunion reveals friendship potential that haven’t yet been emerged in the past.”
― Toba Beta

If you are in a relationship it can refer to times of the past – it is usually heeding you to reflect on a time or actions that were beneficial, to help you in a current struggle within the relationship. Or it can be an omen that a patchy time has passed.

If you are not in a relationship it is a reminder of how we are able to heal from the past. Yet, it can also be referring to a missed opportunity. Something has ended and now is a good time for self care and self love.

In work or goals

As a strong nostalgic force is evident in this card, when relating to goals or vocation, this tarot card can often mean a person from an old work place may contact you or there may be a pull from an old workplace calling you back in. The advise here is to reflect carefully and to retrace your old feelings about the situation, they will help you make a decision. You may get an offer too good to refuse.

It can also indicate that a tough financial or work related issue is resolving itself. Any setbacks will be overcome.

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Spiritually

The spiritual message of this card is that of beginners mind. Regardless of how transcended we are or how learned or experienced or how awakened our Kundalini is, we are still human, we are still living in the mystery,  we are still at the mercy of the unknown. This card reminds us to draw upon our humility, our perfect infallibility (here we are again) or our innocence.

I like the Buddhist term for this, Shoshin (初心),  from Zen Buddhism, meaning “beginner’s mind.” It refers to an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions when analysing or reflecting upon a thing or event, even if you are at an advanced level,  as a beginner would, so as to meet the innocence of the situation.

kundalini

It can also indicate a time after (the five of cups), of sadness or loss, the healing stage. Transition can feel difficult at times as many of us are not comfortable with change. Yet, if we honour ourselves with self care and self development, if we practice consciousness and present living, we can move through these awakenings with a greater peace or with a softer landing place. Even though it’s a groundless path 🙂

This tarot card wants you to know that there is always a past, a present and a future, it’s reminding you to walk the path of least resistance, to allow a humbleness to move through you, to learn, to grow.

This is an opportunity for deeper spiritual unfoldment.

Warm Blessings

Megan

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Conscious Karma Fashion – hand drawn yoga art – love

  It’s an interesting state of affairs, it’s the millennium right? – We have invented the light bulb, been to the moon, created nuclear weapons and the Hubble telescope –  that can guide us into the unfathomable science of dark matter – and now yoga pants are spreading like wild fire, unbridled, from wireless connection … Continue reading Conscious Karma Fashion – hand drawn yoga art...

 

It’s an interesting state of affairs, it’s the millennium right? – We have invented the light bulb, been to the moon, created nuclear weapons and the Hubble telescope –  that can guide us into the unfathomable science of dark matter – and now yoga pants are spreading like wild fire, unbridled, from wireless connection to your front door. Progress, conscientious or Conscious?

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image by NASA

And yet here we are on Mother Earth, mixing cocktails of coal seam gas with concreted slabs of high rise homes – overpopulated, with no idea how to get along with our neighbours, both near and far, afraid of anyone who looks different or has a different viewpoint, chopping down trees like they are going out of fashion (karma), well dressed in synthetic fabrics of societal oppression and fear of life itself. Quick, Give me those yoga pants, I need to downward dog before another species dies into the melting pot of progress. The age of enlightenment.

Breath into the oneness. It will all be ok! Let’s have a another discussion on wholeness and the non-dual state. It will all be ok. Let’s write another antithesis on the magnetic forces and the evolution of consciousness. It will all be ok! Look how clever I am. It will all be ok! Let’s wear yoga pants. It will all be ok!

You may be wondering why i am placing excessive emphasis on the Yoga and her pants. Well let’s begin with what yoga means. Simply it means union. In the Yogas it refers to the union of the body mind and spirit with the absolute reality of things. If we nut it out on a human level we see things like union with the right and left hemisphere of the brain – creating a synthesis with all that is – a union with truth. We get to experience life in it fullness – with the right brain (intuitive and creative) working in union with the left brain (analytical, scientific). That’s why meditation and/or stillness and time in nature, art, music – it helps to develop this union.

So who’s wearing the pants in this relationship.. no one, its equal; an equilibrium of opposites, no need for pants wearing in this relationship. Well ok that’s not quite true, as the spiritual adept Krishna in The Gita suggests “for one to be spiritually mature, one must wear pants..” ooops I mean “for one to be spiritually mature one must be able to accept the paradox of reality. “. It’s karmic I tell ya!

Yoga art fashion

Ok, so we need to wear pants and we need to be conscious.. and yoga is fashionable.  I’ve found the equilibrium, I’ve mastered the art of paradox – the creative forces of meditation have prevailed and I’ve bridged the gap of world religions and traditions. I’ve found the cure for scientists, I’ve solved the problems of nature – Conscious fashion. Unadulterated psychospiritual fashion. Education on your yoga pants. Einstein on your chest, Miley Cyrus vibrating wrecking balls of Freedom on yr cleavage, #bruce upon your lips. Tops isn’t it. Karmic even.

If ya can’t beat em – join em  – Megsie Le Karma

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I have a created Karma Tops streetwear fashion – Artisan streetwear fashion T-shirts with original hand-drawn graphics and spiritual art themes

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Nature and Environment Range

Our planet is in crisis – by living in harmony with nature we can change this. Our wildlife keeps nature alive!

Human Nature    

I was sitting under the mango tree contemplating my day and suddenly I realised I had stopped all mind activity and was just being. My awareness then moved towards my surroundings and the tree.

For a moment I just sat in this presence, in the stillness with the tree and I felt a lovely warmth in my heart and pervading peace. I sat with that feeling and then my mind started conceptualising what was happening, so i grabbed my charcoal and drew what was happening to me. I felt a kind of oneness, a communion.

We are a part of nature – what we do effects nature and nature effects us – I felt this – not on an intellectual level (although that was present after) but on a deep sensual level.

Psychology still debates nature verses nurture, science still debates evolution and we still don’t (and likely never will) understand consciousness, but I am ok with that mystery – I think that letting go of the knowing of this is the key – a vital part of the yoga – like I kind of did under the tree that day.

 

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Forest Bird    yoga art

“The forest bird never wants a cage” is a term coined by the Henrik Isben – a Norwegian philosopher, poet and playwright of the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.

I find it interesting and saddening that such knowledge and consciousness was around hundreds of years ago and still we are not protecting our environment and wildlife. I often go into nature to regenerate and to re-calibrate – I am always astounded by the beauty of and the ways the wildlife live with us and it helps me to contemplate and understand cooperation.

We can all live together peacefully and nature shows us how – this is the Tao. This is the yoga!

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Elephant Dream  yoga fashion

An elephant came to me in deep meditation. I was struggling at the time with sad emotions that were spontaneously arising. The elephant energy moved through me and I felt a sense of the strength of the elephant energy within me.

I spent the next few mornings drawing this elephant.I felt I was integrating the strength of the elephant within my psyche.

I began to find clarity in my emotional upset.

Elephant medicine teaches us the power of gentleness, communication and commitment in relationships. Three vital elements to all relationships that attribute to the longevity (trust and lovingness) of a relationship.

Perhaps I wanted to be heard

karma fashion  elephant art

Love Art

Everybody loves love. Love is the force of Life. We like to ponder love

#Bruce

One day I felt a longing for someone I was becoming fond of. I drew Bruce. Bruce represents that innocent yet melancholic yearning for someone who is not around . Bruce is love sick.

yoga pants fashion  yoga fashion hoodie   karma fashion #bruce

It comes in Wavesit comes in waves

I drew this image to express a feeling of restlessness and hurtful feelings one day when my mind began to dwell in the past. I had to pull myself back into the present moment and the minute I did I felt I was able to see the situation differently. I found an image in an old French revolution art book not long after that reminded me of this feeling.

It was a painting by ‘Goya’ of the 1700’s..from a painting he did about about ‘girls who wont stay at home’, risk exposing themselves to hardship’.. he was a political painter in the mid 17 to early 1800’s who later in life began to paint social, political and religious abuses of the times… I mucked around with it a bit to express how our heartbreak and losses come striking us at unexpected times and in unexpected ways.

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Yoga Art Range

Yoga means union. It is an ancient Indian tradition of meditation and wisdom to help humans evolve

I am the universe     yoga art zen designs

In yoga there is a sanskrit saying ‘So Ham’ Pronounced So hum, It translates basically as “I am”. It is a fundamental principle and an ancient meditation as well as a mantra that helps us to come into harmony of life and the flow of the universe.

It’s great, if you think about it – Saying I am without putting anything after it makes all the judgments and identifications fall away. I have been using this for 14 years and it takes me straight into my centre and directly towards a calmness of mind.

In the west there has been a movement of creative visualisation and optimistic thinking for many centuries, usually in philosophical and/or bohemian type or fringe cultures. We’ve all heard the saying “You are what you think”.

So if we think about it– we only see the world, the universe – from our own eyes, our own mind, our own perception. Therefor we are the universe. I am 🙂

I used the circle as the basis of this design because it is in all the philosophies and the traditions – represents the cyclic nature of life and in some cased the universe. I added the crosses as they symbolise our mortality within he universe – the four points representing : self, nature, wisdom, and higher power or being:)

 

 

 

 

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Contemplation Range

Contemplating our lives, our thoughts and our universe helps us to grow and live well, bringing us happiness.

Wikipedia defines Inner Peace as: “(or peace of mind) refers to a deliberate state of psychological or spiritual calm despite the potential presence of stressors.”
Most people are seeking peace in life, usually from some stimulus or an external situation. So they keep going after more more more. The Yogas say it is within – they point to the inner self to find peace. From 15 years of daily meditation I would have to agree 🙂

yoga art
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Miley Cyrus’s Freedom

Liberation or Moksha is the fundamental aim of meditation, spiritual practice or life in general. We have an innate, hardwired desire to be free; to obtain happiness. It is what the Buddhists, Hindu’s, Sufi’s, Taoists and Christian mystics are all pointing to. As I was pondering this, I thought about how this may be playing out in the contemporary materialist and authoritarian Western cultures. Miley’s video “wrecking ball” was playing at the time and I realised that she is expressing this part of our psyche’s desire for freedom in the mass consciousness through song and performance. So I drew this and feel it correlates nicely with the idea of liberating from the chains of societal indoctrination and fear.

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ZEN DESIGNS

We Love Zen and mindfulness @Karmatops – it keeps life simple

zen designs

Zen designs

 

In Zen Buddhism there is a saying “The obstacle is the path” – It points to our problems or issues – it suggests that the issue itself is the way to freeing oneself. It’s kinda like if we fail at something – we can see it as a challenge to work out how we can do something different – or basically learn from our mistakes – we can decrease our suffering by having a different perspective – by seeing the obstacle as a means of developing ourselves.

My daughter drew this on with her Ipad, she called it “Mamma’s mid life crisis” – I didn’t see this as an obstacle, I just changed the name 🙂

Warm blessings

Megan

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Four of Wands tarot card meaning – love

“Those who are easily shocked should be shocked more often.” – Mae West Four of Wands tarot meaning Keywords: Joy, happiness, Love, friends, celebrations, home, visitations, co-operation, surprise. “Home sweet home” slips from the lips, with great astonishment, of the one who draws the four of wands tarot card. It depicts a good feeling, a … Continue reading Four of Wands tarot card meaning...

“Those who are easily shocked should be shocked more often.” – Mae West

Four of Wands tarot meaning

Keywords: Joy, happiness, Love, friends, celebrations, home, visitations, co-operation, surprise.

four of wands tarot

“Home sweet home” slips from the lips, with great astonishment, of the one who draws the four of wands tarot card. It depicts a good feeling, a celebration of life and in particular a joy of the immediate environment or home with a hint of the universe cheering you on.

We see in the illustration a couple  with an air of festivity upon a yellow sky (symbolising intelligent application) with a backdrop of a castle (symbolising a fortress of obstacle) – noticing the couple are moving away from the castle in celebration towards the four wands representing arriving at a completion of a goal.

The Four of wands in Love can often depict a triumph in love – usually a commitment has been made and the two are joyous, as their love has been through a stage of trial and tests that have brought them through to a greater promise and deepening of love that moves beyond the mind – the soul is activated.

tarot 4 of wands

This card can specifically portend to a  marriage – a commitment of the hearts that is expressed in ceremony.

If you have just met someone new this card could be quite surprising as it prophetises a successful union. You know that feeling when you meet someone new and your heart beats fast and you feel an overwhelming happiness or excitement – sometimes when this happens it can be a karmic relationship that will pull you to the depths of agony, plucking out every feather of karma – that’s not this card -when the four of wands appears that feeling of joy and connection is affirmed – the potential of the relationship has been universally stamped with true love by the gods and goddesses.

In work, vocation or goals this card speaks of news or confirmation of a goal reached that warrants time for festivity – usually after much diligence and commitment. You have manifested the desired outcome – yet there is an element of surprise expected – a little gift of something more, something better than imagined has arrived or is on it’s way.

4 of wands fortune cookie
Four of Wand fortune cookie

Spiritually the four of wands suggests that you have overcome a great obstacle and you may be a little in awe of the new realisations pouring forth from your heart. There will be a revelation or a realised perspective that previously lay dormant and has been integrated; has manifested into your consciousness. And it is one that causes sincere joy and peace in your life.

In the Kabblistic tradition the four of wands is associated with Jupiter – the star of realised dreams, prosperity, joy and affirmation of the soul – You have overcome and are about to see the fruits of your labour.

Feel into it – nourish this new reality, allow it fully – you were born to be happy – The four of wands is giving you declaration of this truth!

Warm Blessings

Megan

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5 Gentle Steps to a happier Life

Creating a Happy Life Oh My, What year am I in! Is it really another new year, has the calendar really progressed; without me moving with it? If time is an illusion why am I still in it and why are things still the same? Who am I? I am sorry, I am not Einstein, … Continue reading 5 Gentle Steps to a...

Creating a Happy Life

Oh My, What year am I in!

Is it really another new year, has the calendar really progressed; without me moving with it?

If time is an illusion why am I still in it and why are things still the same? Who am I?

happiness and time

I am sorry, I am not Einstein, I can’t really give you a clear and concise explanation of how illusive time is (nor could Einstein either, really)… but I do however have a felt sense of this illusion. I know when I was a child I felt something other than time – a timelessness. I also know that I am not that same child, that time has passed, that my cells have changed, my likes, my dislikes, my mind has changed (perhaps too often) and my LIFE has changed. Yet, I still sense this timelessness.

Eisnsteins law of relativetyMost of this happened without me noticing, except in reflection – in looking back in time.

I didn’t have to do intense Pranayama, breath work or meditate underwater for an hour for my body to go through these changes or for my brain to develop; or for life to happen to me in such a way that my employer was mean or my partner left me for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow or that my dog passed on to a new dimension. It all just happened.

But then, there came a time – Time was nigh. “Oh in time It could have been so much more” as Boy George serenaded me back in 1984.

A present moment.  A moment of pause at each failing, at each hurt, at each sidestepping of responsibility and each breath. NOW NOW NOW!

create a happier life 2018

So where am I going with all this apparent time on my hands. This Nowness.

Oh Yes, happiness. That fleeting moment that comes from the first lick of a Basken and Robin’s ‘cookies and cream’ and ends with an empty sticky non biodegradable little cup in your hands that is going to create the end of the world; the planet gone, poof!.

That moment, another moment in time.  And at that very moment you realise “I don’t even know who I really am!

So you download a mindfulness app and you be present to a ringtone that disturbs your… Er…. happiness and you remember to be mindful for a moment with a quote that your app reminds you of that you don’t really understand but it makes you feel like…. a warrior. Because you’ve said it out loud five times – You feel tops. For a moment.

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Now you’re back to where you started from – see? you are timeless. Now you understand.

And nothing has really changed; it’s 2018 and you’re  still ‘there’, that you that you don’t really know anymore. Still um….unhappy!

Well I’m letting you off the hook. I’m handing you a secret – not THE Secret – you tried that, it didn’t work or it did a little but.. there you are again playing Russian roulette with happiness.

“What goes up must come down” – Hermetic law

So is that the secret you ask? Yes. It is. But, it’s not the one for you today.

Today’s one comes in the form of time.. well steps in time. Five gentle steps that I have learned, to help you create a happier life in 2018.

FINALLY 5 Gentle steps to create a happier life in 2018.

  1. Realise you are already all that you can be.

“The more you depend upon conditions outside yourself for happiness, the less happiness you will experience.”   – Paramahansa Yogananda.

So what are you saying I can’t want anything, I can’t have goals, I can’t have things?

NO –  this doesn’t mean you can’t have things or do things – it means you are still you – that being that you can’t find, that one that wants things is still the same whether you have them or not – That fundamental you is not the desire itself. Realise this and you will be happier!

Find time each day to contemplate this and you will be one step closer to happiness

      2. Help Others without complaining

“To live for self is the source of all misery. “- – Paramahansa Yogananda.

This one speaks for itself. When we help others who are less fortunate or even those who are not, we get to step outside of our own problems as well as creating a dynamic of energetic flow. When we help others we gain a deeper sense of happiness – we experience a flow of energy and the reward of seeing someone else happy or improve their lot fills our heart with joy.  Do it often, lasting happiness takes time.

When we give we receive . It’s a little bit like what goes up must come down.

     3. Do Things you love

“Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart.” — Rumi

There must be something you love to do. Do that, do it often. Do it when you feel unhappy. Do it when you feel happy. Try to find more than one thing. Simple things, everyday things. Do them.

Take a road trip, pick flowers, walk in a forest, clean your underwear… if it makes you happy just do it!

When you do things that make you happy you create happiness chemicals in the brain and the body. The more you do them, the more you increase your memory bank of happy thoughts and the more you are inclined to act from that place. You also increase your capacity to be creative, to come up with new thoughts and feelings that complement your happiness disposition. You never know you may even be able to turn it into a vocation – in time of course

       4. Learn something new.

I’ve learned that i have a lot to learn – Maya Angelou

Learning activates the positive chemicals in our brain, increases our energy and creates new neural-pathways. Wow. And it doesn’t stop there. It prompts positive self worth and gives us something interesting to communicate. It then deepens our capacity to – you guessed it – learn more.

There are many free resources for learning, you don’t have to learn in a formal environment, you can make a decision to learn something new and find simple ways to begin. Research on the internet – go to the library, ask a knowledgeable friend.

We are never too knowledgeable or too old to learn something new

     5. Open your heart to love

“All these things shall love do unto you that you may know the secrets of your heart, and in that knowledge become a fragment of Life’s heart.” – Kahlil Gibran

Love is the key to happiness. Start with yourself. Give yourself love and it will flow into the universe, into the people you come across and into the Earth.

Open your heart up to love. Allow yourself to be vulnerable. Speak your love, be your love, give over to it and your happiness will grow like a blossoming flower.

Practice these with an openness and an innocence and you will begin to discover, over time, an abiding happiness that cannot be altered by someone else’s actions, behaviours or words, as you are the mistress/master of your life and Yes, a timeless being 🙂

Warm Blessings for 2018

Megan

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Seven of Cups tarot meaning love

Seven of Cups tarot card meaning “Growing up is losing some illusions, in order to acquire others.” ― Virginia Woolf The seven of cups looks magical at first sight – seven cups full of fantasies and symbols, floating in clouds. The clouds symbolise dreams, illusions, imagination, ideas The seven of cups  looks magical at first … Continue reading Seven of Cups tarot...

Seven of Cups tarot card meaning

“Growing up is losing some illusions, in order to acquire others.”
Virginia Woolf

The seven of cups looks magical at first sight – seven cups full of fantasies and symbols, floating in clouds. The clouds symbolise dreams, illusions, imagination, ideasseven of cups tart The seven of cups  looks magical at first sight – seven cups full of fantasies and symbols, floating in clouds. The clouds symbolise dreams, illusions, imagination, ideas.

The cups contain mystical symbols representing the greater forces of life with the potential of either positive or negative outcomes.  The person in the card seems in awe or surprised by the choices; a little confused.

This card often suggests time of pause, to take some time to take a deeper and realistic look at a situation and/or to become clearer about the direction you are going in. It is often about illusions or unveiling of truths that have been otherwise hidden.

The seven of cups can be a tricky one to interpret. But a few years ago it became clearer to me. I was in a relationship with someone who was hiding their true feelings from me. Everything seemed good on the surface. I pulled the seven of cups and within 2 weeks the truth had appeared and the relationship ended. I suppose I knew deep down something was wrong but I wasn’t ready to or didn’t want to face it

In love the seven of cups represents a need to assess the relationship. Cups are the cards of emotion and romantic love and the seven of cups can point to temptations and illusary happening in the mind . There may be a new discovery that was previously hidden. Someone may not be as they seemed. This card is asking you to take a closer and a more honest look. Are you wearing rose coloured glasses? Are you ignoring facts?

seven of cups picture

This card is saying it is not the right energy to make a decision in a love relationship. That more time and deepening of knowledge is needed. Do not rush into things, as they may not be as they appear to be, time will unfold. Keep your heart a little closer to your chest.

In  vocation or goals it may be heeding a need to do some research or to investigate a situation. Something may be presenting itself to you that seems really amazing, but there may be some hidden clauses. Take your time, do some deeper looking before you sign anything or make a commitment.

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We live in an illusion ‘Maya’ in Sanskrit, so it isn’t always a bad omen, just a cautious warning to take some time to be sure  before you make any binding agreements. Things change constantly, this is the only constant. So allow the imaginations to flow and look into the reality of the situation and all will be well.

Spiritually this card denotes a time of movement from old ways to new. There can be a transition phase were the truth is not clear and the mind has created a false sense of reality. Be careful that you are not using positive imagination to skirt around hard facts.

Also desires can be pulling you in the wrong direction. It can be difficult to navigate the spiritual path, we can be confused about what is truly for our higher good and what is simply a lower energy desire. Tread carefully, observe your thoughts ask “where is this desire coming from?’ What are my true intentions here?” Why do I want to proceed?”

Look into your heart, be with it and follow that flow, for there is the truth.

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How Art and Yoga transform us – Dr Sally Adnams Jones

When Megsie met Sally One begins to serve others spontaneously, as one’s identity begins to expand. –  Sally I remember the day I met Sally; it was a barmy Sunday afternoon, a quiet and relaxed atmosphere in the air. Expressive Arts Therapy   Interview with Sally Adnams Jones When I do my own work, I … Continue reading How Art and Yoga transform us – Dr Sally...

When Megsie met Sally

One begins to serve others spontaneously, as one’s identity begins to expand. –  Sally

I remember the day I met Sally; it was a barmy Sunday afternoon, a quiet and relaxed atmosphere in the air.

Expressive Arts Therapy

 

Interview with Sally Adnams Jones

When I do my own work, I love to use images of growth in nature. This helps me externalize the transformation I feel occurring in my soul. – Sally Adnams Jones

Megsie :

Hello Darling! Thank you Sally for taking the time to chat with us at DEEP.

I’m really excited! Your knowledge and deep insight into the arts, as well as spiritual wisdom, is extraordinary and I feel very privileged to have this opportunity. You have quite a fascinating story. So can you give us a short introduction of yourself? I believe you are an arts educator working at the University of Victoria, Canada but are currently dedicated to writing books on this topic – at what point did you realise this was yr path and how did you transition?

Sally:

Thanks for your time Megsie and for your generous introduction. Yes I am an artist, and teach and write about how art and creative practices transform us. I grew up in Africa in a creative family and loved all the arts from a young child. I was also drawn early to spiritual practices including yoga and meditation.

I soon noticed that both creative and meditative practices were transformative. I then went on to study how transformation occurs, and researched particularly how creativity transforms us for my PhD. Some of my art shows this human transformation through biological or ecological visual metaphors.

I have worked in several communities with art therapy , including wood carving with indigenous Canadians, architectural mosaic work in Australia, and mandala work in the tradition of Jungs depth psychology.

My book on art making with refugees and survivors of global traumas comes out in March 2018. This book shares stories about making art with those who have lived through war, genocide, tsunami, climate change, pandemic, gang warfare, poverty etc. It explains exactly how art can heal trauma.

Megsie :

What are you seeking to portray in your work? What is fundamental to your art practice/education – your philosophy and your approach?

Sally:

When I do my own work, I love to use images of growth in nature. This helps me externalize the transformation I feel occurring in my soul. I also do my own visual dream work or spontaneous expression from the subconscious in order to understand myself more deeply.   Read the rest of the interview here..

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