Starry Sky Giclée Print | Etsy
This beautifully detailed giclee art print is a reproduction of one of my most popular paintings of the night sky. Originally created using gouache and a tiny brush! Available in A4 (210 x 297mm) Professionally printed on luxury textured fine art paper (210gsm Archival Watercolour Paper). Museum grade quality, meaning long lasting prints. Open edition. Hand signed and numbered in pencil. Ready to be mounted and framed, shipped in protective cardboard. ©Charis Raine Illustration 2018
Healing Art Forms
CLICK TO SEE CHART! Many people like to work with planetary influences for their own healing as they can find these on their own astrology charts but also many know which ones are influencing their lives but are not sure how to balance them. When working with this chart you can see how these issues relate to the influences that you have in your life and can also see where to direct your healing sessions to help balance them out in a positive manner.
Abandon All Hope (Dante's Inferno)
All hope abandon, ye who enter here! - Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri It's not a comedy. The word used back then meant something that starts off bad and eventually ends well. Not "Comedy - ha ha." I'm reading La Commedia de Dante. All of it: Inferno, Purgatorio & Paradiso. Written in the years 1308-1321. Again, I say: All hope abandon, ye who enter here! Unfortunately it is slow going. I must have complete quiet when I read this. Hence, the slow going. How often do I…
The Planets & Their Meanings - Dreaming Souls
THE PLANETS & THEIR MEANINGS: In this post we’ll break down the astrological qualities of the sun, moon, and planets, as well as list some interesting mythological correlations across ancient civilizations.
↞ Tarot Readings by Lindsay ↠ on Instagram: “Everything is about balance. And everything is not quite what it seems at first glance.”
641 Likes, 18 Comments - ↞ Tarot Readings by Lindsay ↠ (@thewitchoftheforest) on Instagram: “Everything is about balance. And everything is not quite what it seems at first glance.”