Touch of Magick- Cave Painting- Nisha Designs

Touch of Magick: Cave Painting: “These cave paintings are of prehistoric origin, to some dating around 40,000 years ago (around 38,000 BCE), and have been found in both Asia and Europe. Paleolithic cave painting in Dordogne, France was believed to depict early shamanic practices. There I believe we find the beginning of when humanity was first able to tap into the source and find that by connecting to an object that represented what they wanted they could have some control over the outcome of their interaction with it. This then is one branch of the history of magick- Ravenhawks Magazine/Ravenhawks Academy

World’s largest 3D-printed sculpture, designed by Māori design institute, tells the story of geothermal energy’s arrival- Life & Soul Magazine

The world’s largest 3D-printed sculpture – Te Ahi Tupua (The Eternal Fire) – has been installed at the southern gateway to Rotorua in New Zealand. …

World’s largest 3D-printed sculpture, designed by Māori design institute, tells the story of geothermal energy’s arrival

Introducing Giovanni Fonesca our Italian Representative- Divine artisan handmade Carpets- Nisha Designs

Touch of Magick: To all of the designers, architects of Italy. Nisha Designs would like to introduce you to Giovanni Fonesca who will be representing our Divine Custom Carpet brand in Italy. He is passionate, magickal, detail oriented and about service. We love working with him and hope you do as well. We wish him all the very best. Do reach out to him if interested for your handmade custom carpets. All natural fibers. Artisan craft. If you desire to create your own brand or for your clients he will guide you. Our minimums begin with 1. He will connect with you for meetings/ samples soon here.
Support art. Support handmade. Support artists.

Nature Mandalas for Inner Work, Rituals, and Blessings — The Druid’s Garden-Ravenhawks Magazine

A woman comes to a clearing in the recently burned forest with a basket of stones, sticks, nuts, and flowers.  She begins to sing, laugh, and dance …

Nature Mandalas for Inner Work, Rituals, and Blessings — The Druid’s Garden

Recycling Labels Explained

Originally posted on ecogreenlove: According to a BBC poll, 47% of people report having arguments about what types of plastic can be recycled. The …

Recycling Labels Explained

Singapore leads the way with biophilic design, embracing nature in the construction of its buildings — Life & Soul Magazine

A new approach to design and architecture that involves the use of natural materials, natural light and plants to create a more pleasing and effective built environment is being adopted by Singapore. Known as Biophilic Design, the concept means architects embrace nature in their design, bringing nature into the city, replacing columns, walls and neon with […]

Singapore leads the way with biophilic design, embracing nature in the construction of its buildings — Life & Soul Magazine

Being of service to ONENESS- Serving the greater good- Nishante- Nisha Designs

Years back I was leading a group of non- profit organization in San Diego. We had about 9-11 board members. We had an event that we all were preparing for and towards the end we had a little setback.

We were all discussing how to approach this situation. As one of our board member said let’s cancel the event completely. And he went a little too far enough and took the opportunity to make this event all about him and his ego. Diverting attention from the core situation which in my awareness wasn’t bad at all just needed a tweak but ok, here he goes off bringing fear to the situation, personal threats, making it all about men, women in authority, bringing doubt and question to the leadership and skill, threatening to stop the organization and what it stood for if he did not get his way, feeding information to people in the room and to people in the community that had nothing to do with what we were talking about? Ya talk about evil/ chaos in action. In short once things got quiet in the room. There was only one guy and myself on the same page. Rest were still choosing what to do.

So as a leader I chose to go ahead with the event as planned with some back up and tweaking whatever it took to keep it going. Because my focus and intent about my position and this organization and this event wasn’t about me, wasn’t about fear, wasn’t about the fame or recognition, wasn’t about what will people say, wasn’t about who is in authority, ego, power or to prove to anyone or anything, it wasn’t about me winning or loosing.

My focus was on the bigger picture serving the organization which I was responsible for as a leader. The intent I had created this event in the first place was to serve and raise money for a non profit to help in need.

I wasnt afraid at all. But one bad apple causing chaotic shit in my world of order that I could not fathom with because all his choice did was serve him not the greater good by his thoughts, action and words of intent.

So I made a statement as the leader to chose to continue with the event whether anyone was with me or not. And yes I did have that right to choose according to our organization by- laws. And they say truth, justice always prevails . Regardless of the havoc my DJ showed up, event was a hugeeee success in the history of this organizations chapter and we made enough to give the help we could.

It is our responsibility to choose leaders who are about serving the greater good and not making it all about themselves. To choose who stand for truth and not lie. Who stand for justice and not fraud and manipulation. Who are responsible in there choices, words and action.

We are here to serve. This planet is about serving in our own life and to our planet as ONE.

Weekly Spiritual Energy Guidance- October 12-16,2020- Lady Dyanna- Nisha Designs

The energy this week reminds you that you live in an increasingly global community. Your modern technology has made it possible for you to communicate instantly among yourselves, no matter where in the world you are. Whether you like it or not, you are all connected to one another. As Chief Seattle said, “Man did not weave the web of life. He is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.” You are more closely connected in “the web of life” than ever before in human history. And therefore, now – more than ever before – what even a single individual among you does affects every other human on the planet. The good of one is the good of all. The willingness to allow the differences while compassionately working toward the common good is the goal here. Fighting against the differences will only ensure more divisiveness. Accepting the differences while sincerely wanting the highest good for all is the only way you will ever ensure a truly connected world. A world where all are equal, all are accepted. A world where there truly is a sense of community.

Affirmation: I am aware that the good of one is the good of all.

PLATUS NOW ALSO WITH ANTIBACTERIAL TREATMENT- Nisha Designs

The currently proven and certified effectiveness of the treatment is directed against the following bacteria: Klebsiella pneumoniae.

(Klebsiella pneumoniae: Can cause pneumonia (hospital infections) and other infections; are known as a multi-resistant bacterial strain).

The usage properties and flame retardancy existing for Platus also apply to the article with antibacterial finish. The minimum order quantity is 300 metres per colour. All colours of the Platus 300 colour range are available.

Connectedness: New anthology of art, poetry and essays offers perspectives on our connection to nature — Life & Soul Magazine

A new anthology, Connectedness – An Incomplete Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, is offering perspectives on what binds us together and how we can strengthen our connection to nature. The book – which features contributions from young climate activist Greta Thunberg and Icelandic singer Björk – is a frame of reference and an incomplete encyclopedia, which […]

Connectedness: New anthology of art, poetry and essays offers perspectives on our connection to nature — Life & Soul Magazine

Kirie Artist Carves Playful Narratives Into Tree Leaves- Nisha Designs

“Aquarium of Leaves”

A 34-year old artist who goes by the name Lito has been living with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) his entire life. Lito had been searching for an outlet where he could channel his above-normal levels of concentration and obsessiveness when he discovered the Japanese art of kirie (切り絵, literally ‘cut picture’). Earlier this year in January he began experimenting, not with paper, but with leaves. 

“My Father’s Dragon”

According to a recent interview, leaves turned out to be an ideal medium for Lito as their decomposing nature forced him to work quickly. Over time he got faster and his daily creations, which he began posting to social media, became more intricate. 

Following the standard kirie practice, each piece is always cut from a single leaf. But Lito always leaves traces of the leaf’s midrib, perhaps a sign of respect towards the leaf. Lito also always manages to imbue his creations with a playful narrative, one that is either inspired by film or books, or plucked from the artist’s own imagination. 

“Swimmy by Leo Lionni”
“Autumn Harvest Festival”
“Night sky, moon and bicycle” (a tribute to E.T.)
“Forest Librarian”
“Ghost Parade”

“Even graffiti is a fine art – As drawing time begins, the colorful crayons start to move in unison. What a wonderful world is being created today.”

“Lunch is coming soon.” (a tribute to Peter Rabit)

Source- https://www.spoon-tamago.com/2020/09/23/kirie-leaf-artist-lito/?fbclid=IwAR20TOGSk8vvQeXs2xuN6KROYX8K_nEPcXcrUONFM4j-Bp-R2Sq9bJMI1vI

Nature Urbaine: World’s largest rooftop urban farm opens in Paris — Life & Soul Magazine

The largest rooftop urban farm in the world has opened in Paris, complete with a terrace bar and restaurant. Situated on the 14,000 sq m roof of the French capital’s exhibition centre Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Nature Urbaine features 30 species of plants, such as tomatoes, strawberries, aubergines, radishes and basil – some of which […]

Nature Urbaine: World’s largest rooftop urban farm opens in Paris — Life & Soul Magazine