Friday, May 28, 2010

Life IS What We Believe

For as long as I can remember, I have been interested in philosophies of other cultures, especially those of Tibet and China.

In Tibetan philosophy, the Antahkarana is described as a part of spiritual anatomy. It is said to be the connection between the physical brain and the Higher Self.

The Antahkarana is an ancient healing and meditation symbol that has been used in Tibet and China for thousands of years. It is a powerful symbol and it is said that simply by having it in your presence, it will create a positive affect on the chakras and aura. It strengthens Reiki energy, improves attunements and can be used for meditation.

This symbol is multi-dimensional. From one perspective it appears to be two dimensional, being made-up of three sevens on a flat surface. The three sevens represent the seven chakras, the seven colors and the seven tones of the musical scale.

From another perspective this symbol appears as a three dimensional cube. Its energy moves up from two to three dimensions that can be seen and continues up through unseen dimensions all the way to the highest dimension - the dimension of the Higher-Self.

This very special sun catcher has been designed with 3, 3" x 5"clear faceted bevels to cast a full spectrum of light and help energize the effectiveness of this ancient symbol.
It is surrounded by the healing color of green to enhance its effectiveness.

Antahkarana is now available in my Etsy shop.
I would love to hear comments about other colors you would like me to introduce.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Girls Night Out

Gather your gal pals for a fabulous GIRLS NIGHT OUT! This Thursday's Wine Walk is a benefit for the Susan G Komen For The Cure. A portion of our sales during the event will be donated to support their work in the fight against breast cancer. While you're here sipping champagne cocktails, meet local celeb, Karen Trimble Shell as she presents a Trunk Show of her latest & greatest designs of Karisue jewelry. Beautiful florals captured in modern silver settings - cool new designs and bright, bold colors will entice!
Hope to see you pretty in pink
at O'Bryonville's Third Thursday Wine Walk, 5 to 8 on May 20th.
artTILE excitement continues through June 20th.
Starting with more than 1000 tiles from 35 artists, the last few weeks have kept us busy. Luckily, many of our artists were able to send more tiles to keep the exhibit going and the selection fresh!
Glenda Puhek
Glenda Puhek
Kate Lally
Kate Lally
Scott Weaver
Scott Weaver
Laura & Jim McCaul
Iris & Bob Jewett
one of a new collection from Iris & Bob Jewett
Parran Collery
Parran Collery
Ruchika Madan
Ruchika Madan
Nawal & Karim Motawi
Nawal & Karim Motawi
John Beasley
John Beasley
Sarah Wilisch Horn
Sarah Wilisch Horn
Emily Ulm
Emily Ulm
want to find out more?
Karen Trimble Shell
Karen Trimble Shell's Spa Blue Floral
Third Thursday

Jewelry Trunk Show
Karen Trimble Shell's Tropical earrings
Enjoy the party, the shopping, the giving.
Thursday, May 20th 5 to 8

stay tuned for more artful outings at indigenous...
*Modern Craft Jewelry Trunk Show
Qandle Qadir sterling silver earringsSaturday, June 12th from 11 to 4
QANDLE QADIR presents newest collection of modern craft sterling jewelry. Also enjoy the festivities of the Cincinnati Park Board's dedication of our Owl's Nest Park starting at noon.
*Tile Making Demonstration
during Wine Walk Benefit
Thursday, June17th from 5 to 8
Leslie Sweet Goshorn lotus tile with bamboo
Meet Cincinnati artist, LESLIE SWEET GOSHORN as she presents a demo of her tile-making skills.
*Eco-Go-Go at Owl's Nest Park
Saturday, June 19th from 10 to 8
Join indigenous and other eco-conscious businesses, organizations, farmers, and musicians for this fun-filled green community event and fashion show.
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