The Hermit is sometimes depicted as an old man or old woman and is known also as the wise one or sage. The Hermit typically lives in a mountain cave, sometimes deep in a forest glen in a hut or tree. He/she lives alone and is usually on the outskirts of a town or
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One of the most popular and enduring fairy tales is the story of Hansel and Gretel. It is dark tale but full of interesting symbolism. There are many versions in many cultures but the version I used was the Brothers Grimm retelling, published in the early to mid 19th century popularizing the tale.
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In this painting I wanted to convey a feeling of darkness. I used a two tone effect of purples, grays, pinks and black. Painting a night scene can be tough and especially if you want to convey a specific feeling. I was going for mysterious and vast.
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In this painting I wanted to depict the idea that time is not linear but that everything happens simultaneously. Time is a continuous round, a circle, the symbol of eternity. It is a difficult concept for our linear brains to grasp so we break time up into opposites and divide it
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All hypnosis is self hypnosis.
The most important thing I have learned about hypnosis is that it cannot be done against your will. We hypnotize ourselves. We can do this with or without another person. It is the person under hypnosis that matters; the person’s receptivity and other factors. The hypnotist is really just
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Dreams are a powerful tool for self awareness. They can give direction in healing and often provide clear messages when going through difficult times. I am not necessarily suggesting writing down all of your dreams or over analyzing their often cryptic messages but to merely pay attention to them. Dreams can provide a window into
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