To tell you the truth, I´m a Cat in disguise. Happily married, Love to Rock & ROll!
An *artist, a constructivist & a **"Come·flor" ✿ - A girl who eats just flowers... & grows a garden in her heart:..
At the beginning of 2019, I was actively working as a Yoga teacher when one morning I had an accident at home and my ankle was shattered.
The injury is serious, so I am taking the time to heal at home surrounded by the love of my husband and my 2 balls of fur. Immersing myself in one of the things I love the most, art.
I paint Kundalineras in watercolor. Kundalineras because they practice Kundalini Yoga and so their tights are made of scales like those of the serpent. They symbolize active change, for the better, and they are here to accompany and inspire you in your everyday practice.
There is also OomBerto, who shows what meditation feels like, to me.
And, last but not least, the Yoga girls, black ink illustration to dress up your lovely space.
All of them mean to be reminders from the heart...
To simply inspire you to come back to your heart as many times as possible, grow your roots, and EXPAND ...
*Check out my Art Portfolio here :)
**References to the Term. Come·flor:
The Story of Ferdinand (1936) is the best known work written by American author Munro Leaf and illustrated by Robert Lawson. The children's book tells the story of a bull who would rather smell flowers than fight in bullfights.
✫ Meet Ferdinand ✫
“Whatever is most active in your vibration is what will continue to occur in your experience:.”
- Abraham-Hicks -