Abundance in The Secret Garden

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Abundance in The Secret Garden

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The Secret Garden Mandala represents the suit of Pentacles and Earth.

We can relate so easily to the earth element as we are made of this stuff.  The Pentacles denote our physical selves and physical lives.  It is very down to earth.  They represent our connection to the earth, nature, our day to day lives and working for a living.  Their energy is slow moving and is linked to earth time.  Earth time reminds us to 'take our time', 'slow down', 'smell the roses'.  The five pointed star in the Pentacle represents our human body (1 head, 2 arms and 2 legs).  It also represents our 5 senses.  It is through connecting with the earth in a simple straightforward way that we can reach the heights of ecstasy.  Remember...how do you feel when you smell a rose (heavenly?).  What do you remark when you see a sunset (Breathtaking?).  It is in the small detail of the day to day routine of slow, sometimes boring, life that we are given the key to the universe.  You don't believe me?  Try it.  Stop.  Slow down.  Meditate.  Become one with your body, your self, your heart and your breath.  When you do you will become one with all of life and know the answers to everything. It works.  Today say out loud...

"I am grateful for my life and all that is in it.  I am happy in my body.  I am happy being me.  I am here.  All is here.  I am the beginning and end of creation".

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Limited Edition Giclée prints of 200.

A4 Small size prints are Open Edition (meaning they are not numbered). They measure 6 x 6 inch - image size, on an 8 x 8 inch paper. They are signed and titled on the front with pencil and come with backing in a cellophane envelope.

A3 Medium size print are a limited edition of 200 and measure 10 inches in diameter - image size, on 12 x 12 inch paper with backing board and cellophane envelope. These prints are numbered, titled and signed on the front.