Day 21: Lighting someone else’s spark (#30DaysofBrigid)

Your fire is that which rests within. It is hot, it is holy, and it feeds you. IMG_2674

via Womanrunes: The Flame | WoodsPriestess.

One of the things that is fulfilling about creating art is how to speaks to others. I was brought to tears last week by reading a customer’s review of her cesarean birth goddess pendant and how her husband will be wearing the pendant for her while they welcome their second baby into the world. I am honored to be a small piece of her path and to touch the lives of other families with our work. Today my husband and I had a really great conversation about our business and its direction for the year. We want to create that which is in us to create and to share it with others. That’s the core. We have to move a little slow this year because we’re on baby-time now, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to take one step at a time and to continue to build our momentum, to change and grow and dream big.

 

 

 

Categories: #30daysofBrigid, art, sacred pause, sculpture | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Day 21: Lighting someone else’s spark (#30DaysofBrigid)

  1. The mindfulness bracelets are a beautiful idea.

    My heart is so full with love; I searched high and low for something cesarean-related and empowering. I wish that I were able to wear my necklaces during birth but I will have them on as soon as I am able after the birth, and my husband is looking forward to wearing them during.

    My cesarean is in just four short days! This time on Friday our second boy will be here. Thank you for giving me (well I bought it but you know what I mean) something to continuously feel empowered by. I came across your shop for a reason. ❤

    Much love,
    Lauren

  2. This photo, when I saw it on Instagram, by the way, spoke to me; as if you’d posted it for me to see.
    And in some way, it was. That is beautiful.

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