Tag: symbolism

Bifurcation

Melanie Stevens

Bi-fur-cation: to divide or fork into two branches. One week ago, I had this word pop in my head and it just will not leave. Perhaps I had heard the word at some point, but it’s not really one of those words that is even remotely used frequently, unless, possibly,… Continue Reading “Bifurcation”

Soul Language

If you’ve even remotely studied the chakras or other metaphysical things, you’ve probably noticed the symbols that accompany them. Symbolism is the language of the soul. In the Middle Ages, art was not, for the most part, about technique. Seriously, if you’ve never studied… Continue Reading “Soul Language”

144,000

    This morning I seem to be on a rather strange, winding research of the oddest topics. This strangeness began with meeting a man whom I have a rather curious and yet most natural resonance with. We’ve discovered the strangest of links to… Continue Reading “144,000”

Animal Totems

butterfly

One of the ways I hone my intuition is by paying attention to the animals that come across my field of vision. In most every culture, animals, when they come into your life represent something you need to work on, something you’re bringing into… Continue Reading “Animal Totems”