In ancient times, if a person consulted a shaman complaining of being disheartened, discouraged or depressed, the shaman would ask: When was the last time you were dancing and singing?
🍁FALL🍁 IN LOVE WITH YOURSELF! The seasonal transition is also a reflective time for us to do necessary soul work. 🙏🏼 You might have heard that this season reminds us to "let go of dead things" as the trees do. 🍂
Let go of that which no longer serves you; that bad habit you've been wanting to shake, that paralyzing, fearful voice in your head, any self-sabotage behavior. ✨ Commit to a life of abundance, gratitude, centered around a clean, healthy lifestyle. ✨Seasonal transitions are a great time to make this shiFt for yourself. It can be a more impactful change alongside the seasonal transition.
You owe it to yourself, your health and your happiness to make the change. So, take that yoga class you've been wanting to try, treat yourself 💆🏼 to a massage, try a new plant based recipe. 👩🏼🍳🌿🍴Small steps to longterm success, all important for the evolution of the world. 🌎Wishing you all a Happy Tuesday! ✌🏼💗#TheCleanEatingChick x #soulwork#fallvibes
Studying the cosmos for over a quarter century, the Hubble Space Telescope has made more than a million observations and changed our fundamental understanding of the universe. Hubble Focus is a series of e-books that delve into specific fields of astronomy forever changed by Hubble’s explorations. The first book, Hubble Focus: Our Amazing Solar System, describes some of the remarkable observations and discoveries Hubble has made about the planets, dwarf planets, moons, comets and asteroids orbiting around our sun.
YOU. Yes you. You need to read this. Aloud, to yourself in the mirror. Every single day. YOU are responsible for your happiness. You create it. You design your reality. YOU already have the tools at your fingertips. You are not broken, so stop letting people convince you that you are! So many people out there are trying to fix themselves, when in fact you cannot fix something that was never broken. It is that realization that will free your spirit, and when you reach the place in time when you are aware of this, you will have your power back. #happy#happiness#universe#think#choice#power#goodmorning#mind#smile#motivate#inspire
Este jueves inauguramos mi nueva exposicion STAR STUFF en @plomgallery junto con @young_gallery_weekend .
Estará disponible desde el jueves 28 de Septiembre hasta el 12 de Octubre.
Plom Gallery es una galeria muy especial enfocada en arte contemporáneo para los más pequeños.
Esta exposicion tiene el animo de despertar en los pequeños el interes por las estrellas, la astronomía y el universo mediante obras de arte hechas con acrílico sobre lienzo y madera.
This Thursday we will open my new STAR STUFF exhibition at @plomgallery along with @young_gallery_weekend.
It will be available from Thursday, September 28th until October 12th.
Plom Gallery is a very special gallery focused on contemporary art for the little ones.
This exhibition has the spirit of awakening in the little ones the interest for the stars, astronomy and the universe through works of art made with acrylic on canvas and wood.
Many things happen when you go to space. There are shifts in your eyesight, the shape of your heart, even in the way you speak. The most notable shift, however, happens in your mind. Looking down on our tiny planet from way up there in space has changed the perspective of many a returning astronaut. That phenomenon is called the overview effect. Apollo 14 pilot Edgar Mitchell was the sixth person to walk on the moon. When he came back, he reflected on the way his trip to space changed his perspective on the world. “You develop an instant global consciousness, a people orientation, an intense dissatisfaction with the state of the world, and a compulsion to do something about it,” he said. “From out there on the moon, international politics look so petty. You want to grab a politician by the scruff of the neck and drag him a quarter of a million miles out and say, “Look at that, you son of a b*tch.”
The old Taemas Bridge built in 1931 crosses the Murrumbidgee River in New South Wales, Australia. The bridge is around 26 kilometres from Yass and 22 kilometres from Wee Jasper.
The low level of waters were perfect for capturing a unique elevated prospective of the bridge and the Milky Way. There was a little problem with the light of the moon shinning bright even at 14% Waxing Crescent. But it worked really well to backlit the bridge and some scattered clouds adding a bit of drama to the shot.