The Meditator

The meditator is a universal symbol that invokes the same state of profound grace from which it came. It is a powerful reminder and anchor into our true nature.
The diamond shaped head represents clarity and creative connection to source. The diamond heart; unconditional love, in its full manifest potential and the lower abdomen, emptiness and an opening into the silent mystery. The seated posture is the invitation and doorway into stillness and deeper dimensions of our being.
This piece is spirited with symbology and metaphor both in shape and form, it is best understood in its ultimate expression by contemplation and by being experienced..
Beautiful @alessialendrum in her small silver Meditator. 

We LOVE seeing how you wear your Meditator's! 

All is well... ๐Ÿ™
Wishing you all a fulfilling Monday. ๐Ÿ’š

We are now moving on to the colour of the Heart Chakra or Anahata. 

This Chakra is located at the centre of your chest area at heart level. 

The Heart Chakra is associated with balance, calmness and serenity. 

This Chakra bridges the gap between physical and spiritual worlds. ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’š
Read our latest blog post 'Letting go of blame'. Link in our bio.... 

"Accountability is about allocating responsibility when something has gone wrong and learning from mistakes. Blame, on the other hand, is a negatively charged emotion focused on censure and reproach. While accountability helps us to cultivate clarity and to grow, blame locks us into unproductive feelings of anger, judgement and self-righteousness." ๐Ÿ•Š
Be in this moment. Decide on positive thoughts today... 

When you find contentment in the moment, there is nothing to run away from or run towards... 

Our final post in the colour of the Solar Plexus Chakra. This Chakra acts the centre of personal power. Take this time to grow. ๐Ÿ’›
The Meditator is a vibrational force of goodness and can be used to lift your spirits... 

Happy New Year from The Meditator ๐Ÿ™
Time to reflect... ๐Ÿ™


Letting go of blame

Letting go of blame

At one time or another, weโ€™ve probably all experienced a sense of blame. This could be resentment towards the people or circumstances in our lives for something we feel has wronged us. Or it may be blame for ourselves, for making mistakes or not acting as we think we should. However it manifests, blame is

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The Power of Non Doing

Constant activity has become part of our daily lives. Movement, production and creative output shape our world, bringing many exciting visions to life and providing us with great purpose and value. Yet just as nature moves in endless cycles of rise and fall, we too must take time to nurture our inner stillness. To let