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Mujer árbol I found this sculpture interesting b/c i like how the lady was used to represent the tree,and also how she represents mother nature.

If I could ever get a tattoo it would be along the lines of this..... Tree-woman - pen and ink drawing

If I could ever get a tattoo it would be along the lines of this. Tree-woman - pen and ink drawing

That's awesome! (& slightly creepy too)...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

MOTHER NATURE, PORTUGAL Some places are just simply made by our Nature, others are built by humans. There also are places that the nature has made them beautiful, but the men touched them so he could use it and enjoy them.

Excellent image of how we can imagine grounding into Gaia. She bears witness to our right to stand, to sit, to be in this spot, now. I am alive. I am here...now. All is well.

I ONLY like the art work! Affirmations for healing your base chakra: My body supports me in living a creative and happy life. I love every part of my body, every cell is filled with energy and vitality. I am safe. I belong.

A woman of beauty is one whose power is graceful, passion is connectedness, and love is conspicuous.

'We, as humans, have an extraordinary ability to be rooted yet flowing at the same time. It is important to see this as a strength; to celebrate change as integ

You were a seed that buried it's roots where others overlooked. Details: your soil, rain, & sun. Today, awestruck, I scale your branches  (art;christian.schloe)

The Dreaming Tree art by Christian Schloe The Dreaming TreeIn those situations, where each step is harder and harderIn those places, where .

Sex in Nature

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Oak Queen - EICHENWEISEN - DAS GEHEIMNIS VON CONNEMARA

Druantia is an archetype of the eternal mother as seen in the evergreen boughs. Her name is believed to be derived from the Celtic word for oak trees, "drus" or "deru". She is known as "Queen of the Druids".

Cocoon by Moyra Caldecott~  I lie curled in the green cocoon of my garden spun of sunlight and leaves… ready to be born.

5 x 8 Print - Art Card, Spirit Tree Woman with Stones by ShapingSpirit

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