“To be really creative you have to deal with loneliness and pointlessness and you need to be brutally honest and critical of your own thoughts and actions. It’s what makes great creators, inventors and entrepreneurs. One of my missions in life is to demonstrate how creativity isn’t this fluffy bullshit thing on the side, but the beating heart at the centre.”-Nicolas Roope
New piece with the symbols for fire and air in red brass and oxidized sterling silver
Blue Lace Agate is a beautiful stone that will appear in our new collection, “AURAS”
“Blue Lace Agate is a gentle, calming stone that brings tranquility, a lessening of anger (even deep anger issues) and a calming of nervousness. It assists in releasing the fear of death and oppressive burdens. It brings peace and it enhances clear self-expression. It helps to access the highest realms, bringing you inspiration. Carry
Blue Lace Agate to soothe and open avenues to self-expression, as it allows you to speak your truth peacefully and calmly. It aids in releasing your fears with regards to your own self-expression.
Blue Lace Agate is considered a stone of communication, taking the harsh edge off communication in difficult times, enhancing public speaking, and smoothing discussions. It also brings tactfulness to speech and written communications. s. As with all Agates, Blue Lace Agate is a protective stone and can be particularly effective when calling upon Angels for protection. It can aid with arthritis, headaches, digestive issues, physical growth, and bone strengthening.”
Chakras: Third Eye, Throat
Information found here
Via Earth Age
The Portrait Machine Project.
“These photographs were taken with the Polaroid Aura camera developed in the 1970’s by an American scientist in an attempt to see what a psychic might see. The colors correlate to mood, temperament, and how the world may perceive the subject…some of the aura readings are described as this…force of will, spiritually motivated, mystical/unifying, peaceful/contemplative, healing/teaching.
visit this site
for more info on the project.”
David Neale’s amazing metal working blog