On crafting with the hands to heal the world

I love this! Absolutely love this. Enjoy!

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  1. Reblogged this on Tania Marie's Blog and commented:
    This is a beautiful share. I so agree with Renate about everything she shares and I couldn’t explain it better, so I highly suggest listening to her exquisite expression on how “handwork” is the cosmic weaving of creation itself. It is probably this very reason why I have such a personal deterrence from doing anything but traditional forms of art utilizing my hands, brushes, fingers and pigments as my tools rather than graphic art. And why other forms of arts and crafts, as well as healing arts that utilize my hands are my preferred loves. There is just something in the ancient ways that derives a bridge of Earth and Cosmos through the labor of love that is manifested through our own two hands and the relationship of mind and heart through them. As Renate shares, the children are most drawn to these forms of crafts with the hands and isn’t that speaking to the heart of things…the inner child knows the way to healing the world. Thank you Laura for sharing this. ❤

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  2. Posted by Nikkoale on October 22, 2013 at 3:48 pm

    I loved this video! What a beautiful soul Renate is! So wise! Thank you so much for posting this Laura! I want to spin yarn!

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  3. boy I needed this today, thank you Laura! Being a pisces sun sign, this Chiron/mercury retrograde is very intense, lol

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    • Oh, yeah, I bet! I’ve talked to some other Pisces today who are struggling and/or the common theme: “in a completely different reality”! “Am I tripping on acid?” “Aren’t we already in 2014?” Wild times …

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  4. Yes, Nikkoale, it makes me want to take David’s sister up on her offer to teach me to knit this winter. I was going to paint, but who knows? Maybe I will knit and spin as well.

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  5. Posted by Nikkoale on October 23, 2013 at 9:51 pm

    I forgot to mention that seeing this reminded me of a Lynyrd Skynyrd song called “Gifted Hands” that I really like and my mom’s own “gifted hands.”

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