The lighthouse in Látravík Cove in winter. You can get accommodation and waffles there in the summer but nothing in the winter. The last lighthouse keeper left in 1995 when technology knocked on the door.
One of our greatest fears is to eat the wildness of the world.
Our mothers intuitively understood something essential: the green is poisonous to civilization. If we eat the wild, it begins to work inside us, altering us, changing us. Soon, if we eat too much, we will no longer fit the suit that has been made for us. Our hair will begin to grow long and ragged. Our gait and how we hold our body will change. A wild light begins to gleam in our eyes. Our words start to sound strange, nonlinear, emotional. Unpractical. Poetic.
Once we have tasted this wildness, we begin to hunger for a food long denied us, and the more we eat of it the more we will awaken.
It is no wonder that we are taught to close off our senses to Nature.
Through these channels, the green paws of Nature enter into us, climb over us, search within us, find all our hiding places, burst us open, and blind the intellectual eye with hanging tendrils of green. #plantlife#plants#plantspiritmedicine#sacredplants#mapacho#santamaria#ayahuasca#lighthouse#lovestory#plantlove#plantas#wildplants#inplantswetrust#followplantsnotgurus
Another one getting wrapped and sent off this holiday season art is going fast here as gifts this season. Wonderful engery exchange thank you for the support
One mans talent is another ones gift
And it helps me shop for gifts for my family so thank you for the wonderful gift of that