Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Messages from the Goddess

You'll think I'm a little obsessed and boring with all this Goddess stuff. 
It is something that has been with me during all my life. I'm not religious even if my mom has a degree in Theology. I've always tried to stay away from organized religions. I usually talk about Spirituality rather than religion, because spirituality is universal. I do not believe in a god/goddess as the creator of the Universe and guide of all humanity. I do believe in Nature, the only Goddess I can experiment and commune with every day, the one that gives us life and receives us back when we die.
I've always been drawn to mythology and ancient spiritual paths. I'm a fan of Celtic and Norse Myths as well as Aboriginal ones, and many of my favorite books talk about The Great Mother and Goddesses. My Celtic nickname is Arianrhod, a Celtic Welsh Goddess. 
I think it was no coincidence that when I started drawing and doodling my first works were Goddesses.... And recently I have subscribed to a group called GODDESS CIRCLE and really started to think that  
I AM A GODDESS! 
I can do anything. I can CREATE something.
CREATION is the word usually associated to the Goddess.
I'm finally creating my life, ripping off my old skin and being reborn to a new life of opportunities and wishes.
My meditations have become clearer and my drawings more inspired. I'm making shamanic journeys almost everyday and connect to the Goddess in me. 
Today I want to share with you a couple of new drawings that I call "MESSAGES FROM THE GODDESS", because they are part of my conversations with my inner Goddess.
Let me know what you think about them.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK!

23 comments:

  1. Oh Simona...they are beautiful...truly emotive Goddesses :D XXX

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  2. These are stunning! Beautiful! I love them! I am so happy for you!!!

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  3. How wonderful! I love the gorgeous drawings! I support your lovely Arianrod expression.
    Blessings

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  4. I love the message done in their hair,...looks so natural and pretty like that. Beautiful.

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  5. I really like...these ladies shaped rubensiene... cool

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  6. I love all your Goddessy energy and imagery..we are kindreds..shine on..such deeply beautiful soulful art..super-fabulous!!
    Victoria

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  7. I think these gals are great!!

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  8. I joined the Goddess Circle a couple of years ago, it was magical. I love these, so beautiful and sacred. I am so pleased for you.

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  9. Love your goddesses! I am the same way, too, spiritual. :) We are all creators.

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  10. There's so much work in these! They are fabulous!

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  11. Love your nude goddesses, very original and they make a statement!

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  12. Wonderful art work ~ Love your sensuous goddess ~ ( A Creative Harbor)

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  13. Well what can I say except - they're quite beautiful - and I love the messages.

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  14. Connecting to your inner Goddess self is an incredible thing. I'm happy for you that you are discovering you are a beautiful Goddess and how it is blossoming your world. Your artwork is lovely. Keep creating. Happy PPF

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  15. Your Goddesses are beautiful! I am a part of a goddess group of six women. We all have a goddess name befitting our personality! There is a nature, faery,dream, earth, gypsy and I am the love goddess!! I`m not much for organized religion only because it excludes people. I do believe in spirit and a higher power!!I believe in love!I love how your goddesses are not thin but rubenesque beauties!! Good job, great post!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  16. These are wonderful! So feminine and curvy!

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  17. Beautiful goddesses! Lov the way you have done their hair and stylized their bodies. Happy PPF!

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  18. lovely godesses! I think its cool that your mom has a degree in theology ;) Xtianity has not ALWAYS been the most accepting or nurturing thing for women or their spirits still ineresting nonetheless

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  19. I like these goddesses. . . I cannot remember what large hips denote. They are exquisite. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  20. these are wonderful! love them!

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