Gargantilha de proteção!
Olho de tigre e Cianita preta (Vassoura de bruxa) "A cianita preta possui um alto poder na limpeza energética da aura e de ambientes. É uma ótima opção para quem está sendo influenciado por uma carga exacerbada de negatividade de um determinado local. Meditar com a cianita pode trazer importantes insights, resultado da exploração da mente subconsciente. Ela é utilizada muitas vezes para explorar vidas passadas e também para mostrar o resultado de ações presentes em vidas futuras.
É uma das pedras favoritas entre curadores energéticos e é especialmente útil na regeneração do corpo físico e energético, podendo ser posicionada em qualquer chakra para enviar energia curadora para qualquer rasgo ou fenda no sistema de chakras ou da aura.
Pode ser de grande auxílio na abertura das linhas de comunicação entre as pessoas e levar um pedaço com você pode ajudar em situações de conflito e desentendimento.
A cianita preta não guarda energias negativas e nunca necessita ser energeticamente limpa." Arte disponível.
So I’ve been busy exploring the Yucatan this week buuuuut I’m headed back to California mid March and will be road tripping down to Austin.
Anyone in SF, Joshua tree, Palm Springs, Tucson or Austin interested in hosting a workshop or pop up?! Friends that own cool shops or workspaces that might be interested? DM me!! I’d love to meet you and teach you some knotty magic!! ✨💗
If you made 100 Pom Poms then they might look something like this. // This was a commissioned piece, a catholic wedding lasso that will be used on their wedding day and then hung in their home, how cool is that? The bride wanted something creative and we decided on white Pom Poms with a little bit of sparkle. The lasso symbolizes infinity and eternity and I made these with my hands, but more importantly, good energy, and I hope it’s felt through the ceremony and beyond. 👰🏻🤵🏻 Watch my Story for a closer look. 👀
Have you guys ever wondered how people incorporate sticks and circles into their work? They use the clove hitch around the object. This is not a design. I kept it plain and simple for teaching purposes. You knot around the object twice per cord. You can split it up, such as do 4 cords on the left and 4 cords on the right side and leave the middle open. Or you can go all the way through and use all of the cords. I will post to my YouTube tonight. Let me know if you try it out! Tag me!
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Made for a free spirit that I know, my best friends little sister. She DM’d me one day, “So what would it take to get one of your wall hangings?” And I was like.....// It’s fun designing for people you know, to think about them while you work, to Knot with love. Next on my list is Bobby’s dad and step mom. They walked me around the house one day, “We were thinking, something would look great here, one of your weaving things and then in the front room, above the chair, a Macrame. What do you think?” Yep, yep, I like to make things, let’s do it. // P.S. I do plan to write a pattern for this so it’s not quite ready yet, @annettegonzobean
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No idea how you #singleparents do it. You’re seriously all incredible❣️
48 hours in and I’m exhausted. If you need me, this is where I’ll be, asleep. Hopefully through the night tonight 🤞🙈
Ironically, he tells me on the phone today that it’s our ten year anniversary of our first date... If he told me ten years ago this is where I’d be today...I wouldn’t have it any other way😘