“Our task must be to free ourselves by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty.” ~ Albert Einstein via Thought for the Week — Lady DyannaThought for the Week — Lady Dyanna — ravenhawks’ magazine
A new pop-up restaurant in the midst of a nature reserve outside Stockholm in Sweden is set to open in August. The pop-up restaurant called Nowhere, is located in the Häringe-Hammersta Nature Reserve. Uniquely designed, six small tables are scattered around in nature and set apart from each other – in the middle of the forest, […]Nowhere: Pop-up restaurant in nature reserve helping diners connect with nature and observe social distancing — Life & Soul Magazine
One of the best ways to personalize and instantly transform your space is to hang something you absolutely love to look at on your walls. While a framed art print, poster, or even macrame piece are excellent options, they’re not always the most budget-friendly. 14 more wordsAdd Texture & Charm to Bare Walls With These Chic Tapestry Wall Art Hangings — StyleCaster — Wyndesong Collectibles
More than 20 camels have been deployed in the Somali region of Ethiopia to carry wooden boxes filled with storybooks to help thousands of children in remote villages to continue their education. The mobile camel libraries have helped more than 22,000 children in 33 villages to get access to education during the coronavirus pandemic. Launched […]Mobile camel libraries help children in remote villages in Ethiopia to stay connected with storytelling — Life & Soul Magazine
It’s June which means it’s time for 30 Days Wild, The Wildlife Trusts’ annual nature challenge. The Wildlife Trusts is calling on anyone and everyone to do one wild thing a day throughout the whole month for their health, wellbeing and for the planet. While outdoor activities may currently be restricted due to lockdowns worldwide, […]30 Days Wild: Get creative doing one wild thing a day for your health, wellbeing and the planet as part of annual nature challenge — Life & Soul Magazine
Senegal’s first female graffiti artist, Dieynaba Sidibe is breaking down barriers in the world of street art and challenging perceptions of females. Painting under the name Zienixx, Dieynaba Sidibe uses her art to promote women’s rights, to speak out on social and environmental issues, and to raise awareness about women’s health. Dieynaba Sidibe said: “All […]Senegal’s first female graffiti artist Dieynaba Sidibe using art to speak out about women’s rights and the environment — Life & Soul Magazine
Bolivian architect Freddy Mamani Silvestre has invented a bold and distinctive new style of Bolivian architecture, which he has penned “New Andean Architecture”. Borrowing from indigenous Aymara culture, the architect is transforming the city of El Alto with his buildings that combine bright colours, symbols and stunning geometry. For the colours, the architect takes inspiration […]New Andean Architecture borrowing from indigenous Aymara culture — Life & Soul Magazine
Items found in nature – plants, vegetables, fruits, flowers, barks and leaves – have been used for centuries as a natural dye for fabrics. From onion skins, safflowers to black walnuts, the below video shows you how to make natural and chemical-free dyes to stain fabrics. Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She […]DIY: How to Dye Fabric with Food Scraps and Flowers — Life & Soul Magazine
Artist and activist Emerson Munduruku is teaching environmental conservation to children in Brazil through performance art under the guise of his his drag queen alter ego, Uýra Sodoma. Emerson Munduruku takes part in educational projects, teaching children about Amazon communities and how to both connect with and protect nature. His aim is to pass on […]Brazilian performance artist dressing as an extension of earth and nature teaches kids about conservation in the Amazon — Life & Soul Magazine
When a kid I use to ask a lot of questions naturally but I had a tendency to ask one question repeatedly over and over again for no rhyme or reason I would just ask for the heck of asking🤷♀️ I now know why I did that but my father noticed this and told me this one and the only time(and whatever he ever taught me he never repeated it that was his way of raising us and I would learn it right away and never repeat it either) and this awareness lasted in me forever and I never repeated this habit ever again.
He said “I don’t mind you asking me questions, you can ask me zillion times if you don’t understand it I will explain you but ask right there and then and understand it. Do not keep asking questions for the heck of it if you plan not to understand coz it is wasting people’s time and energy. And time and energy are precious do not waste it. He is a businessman and he practices it with his employees and at home and walks his truth. Hence I have also learned to walk my truth not just say but walk it. He said learn to respect and value its presence and its gift what it has to offer you in the moment. If you don’t then you may miss out on an opportunity or an awareness or a gift that it wants you to know and have. You have to respect your own time and energy and people’s time and energy. Ask a question when you ready to know the answer. And this is how my soul/ and my twin soul/ HM’s also works. We do not waste people’s time and energy and we ask when we ready to know. And I am soo grateful to my dad for teaching me this. This learning helped me in my career, with my clients, in my relationships it shaped me to be a female of grace. And it saved my voice, taught me to use my voice wisely and from talking things that are not useful.
And this is a reminder to me again today from my higher mind/ soul/ Twin soul and his Higher Mind that we have to practice the same wisdom within in my own relationship with my soul hence we are dismantling my conscious minds created habits and patterns.
Happy Fathers Day and I will forever be a daddy’s girl💖🥰😘I cherish being like my father.
Happy Father’s Day father and to all soul fathers.
The sounds of nature and wildlife comes to you indoors and online with The Great Animal Orchestra soundscape experience. Inspired by the work of Bernie Krause, an American musician and bio-acoustician who has collected almost 5,000 hours of sound recordings of wild natural habitats, The Great Animal Orchestra offers an immersion into wildlife’s acoustic environment. […]The Great Animal Orchestra: A sound installation of wildlife’s acoustic environment now available online — Life & Soul Magazine
Summer sun, fairies, butterflies enchantment. And in enchantment, wonder. And in wonder, the stars and the moon. And in the stars and moon, magick. And in magick, Litha. And in Litha, celebration. And in celebration, blessings. And in blessings, love and light. And in love and light, nature. And in nature, strength. And in strength, Sun God.- Have a blessed Litha, Summer Solstice.