There are numerous theories concerning the All Seeing Eye, also known as The Eye of Providence, or the eye of God watching over humankind. One of the earliest known examples is the Eye of Horus & in the Egyptian hieroglyph for their God Osiris. Through various myths they were symbols of protection, healing and restoration.
My interpretation of the All Seeing Eye in this art peace is of the omniscient & omnipresent (all knowing & all powerful) source of all creation that is present within all beings. The blue eye-ball represents innocence & asks us to see life through the eyes of a child, without judgement. When I look at this peace, I feel a strong pull toward my 3rd eye, (6th Chakra). Our 3rd eye calls us to see everything as it is from the point of witness or observer. The gift of this chakra is seeing - both inner & outer worlds and allows us to access our inner guidance.
The symbolism of feathers deal with ascension & spiritual evolution to a higher plain. Feathers were worn by Native American Chiefs to symbolise their communication with Spirit, and to express their celestial wisdom. I have chosen Chrysocolla gemstones which are associated with clarity & communication. Tigers Eye gemstones let you see everything (insight). They are also good luck.
I spend many hours on each art piece to create authentic and quality art. It truly brings joy to my heart to share my gift with you. These art pieces are designed to create positive, healing energy both within your being and your living space.
Sitting in meditation this morning, I had on my little altar a vase with one single pink rose in it. Roses are such a thing of beauty, perfect in every way. My rose is at that perfect stage of not being fully opened, just enough so the petals are softly curled open and it has that beautiful youthful shape that is exquisite...a blossoming bud! I was enthralled and entranced. Then I remembered how I had pricked my thumb on the thorn when I was pruning it. It got me a beauty and it bled. My thumb was still a bit sore yesterday, so it must have injected some poison into me too. I thought then that the rose bush is an ugly plant and how is it that it has such beautiful flowers? But I see that the thorns are there to protect the flower from predators...such as myself. My inner teacher said to me, "be not just the rose, but the rosebush.. It was then that I began to see the beauty of the whole plant. The thorny stems, the leaves and the fact that the plant is deeply rooted in Mother Earth. I see how resilient this plant is. I am an intuitive gardener, so I don't really follow any guidebooks on how and when to prune my plants, I just do it when I feel to. So, they are very "forgiving" too. And that's funny because the stone that I picked out of my treasure box this morning was, :"Forgiveness".. It seems this flower was not just beautiful, but strong, resilient, protected, deeply rooted, fragrant, thorny & forgiving. Yes! I want to be all of that!
The flower is nothing without the plant. Embrace your wholeness!
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