For a couple of months I have been trying to create my own 'space' in one of our extra rooms. It is still a work in progress, but this is a picture of some of the things that give me inspiration and help me start my day feeling calm and centered.
I have one of my Samuel Bak posters "Elegy III" 1997. Samuel Bak is a Holocaust survivor. His paintings are full of symbolic meaning. For several years now, I have been a follower of his work. There is something that draws me into his paintings. While I have never met him personally, I feel a spiritual connection to him. It is hard to explain. Here is a close-up of the picture.
|Elegy III, 1997 Samuel Bak|
Of course, I have my ANKH reminding me to listen to my intuition; a Celtic Cross in memory of my Irish heritage; a Cross that my cousin made for me; peacock feathers; a picture of the Virgin Mary; an Angel light; Isis; White Tara; Buddha; sea shells; my Scentsy burner; candles; my sleeping child Angel; my stuffed animals for the 'children' within; and to the left of the table is a statue of 'The Lamb of God'. This statue used to be in the Catholic school I attended which has since closed many years ago. It was donated in honor of a cousin I never met...as she died when she was three from diphtheria many years ago. The table itself belonged to my paternal grandmother. Here is a close-up of the table.
So, here is day two of my Creativity Challenge. This challenge will help motivate me to finish my room!!