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*High Quality Framed canvas Print, ready to hang.
*Comes with detailed spiritual story of your favourite "Wombat and Baby Dreaming" Animal
Australian Wombat and Baby - Healing Project
Wombats are mainly active during dawn and dusk. Their main defence is in their burrow and rear hide as it can capture any predators in their burrow with its powerful back legs and rear hide. Wombats have rodent like teeth to crunch down on plant materials such as grass, dirt & roots.
With a very slow metabolism they can take up to 14 days to digest their food and obtain most of their moisture from these raw plant materials.
Wombats can reach up to 40km per hour which is faster than the fastest human.
A new project is coming for you which will allow you to concentrate on the medicinal and healing properties of plants in order to heal and bring your inner self back into balance. Try to find an outlet which is enable you to do this more or begin a process which will allow for this to come in more through a daily routine or ritual.
Add more greens to your existing diet or use leaves, herbs, plants and flowers to enhance your overall wellbeing.
Enable yourself to slow down and get in connection to the ground beneath your feet, explore the possibilities within nature in order to accelerate or take your healing to the next level.
POSITIVE: Concentration, Looking up close to nature for answers, Healing Acceleration through Plants for Health & Wellbeing, Stepping Out
NEGATIVE: Unaware of Inner Self Basic Needs, Going from side to side or round in circles without meaning, Undecided, Feeling Vulnerable
Print comes with story postcard of the "WOMBAT AND BABY"
“My paintings come from a feeling inside that I can see. I slowing break it down into color and form through preliminary sketches, with this the rhythm also comes. But always the visions are my feelings. Nature moves me in ways I can only describe through my paintings...”
Mirree is a Contemporary Aboriginal Artist from Wiradjuri country in NSW Australia. She has been painting since a teenager; she wishes to share her gift of painting & story telling to the world. Purchase Mirree’s Art here: www.dreamsofcreation.com OR follow her on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/artbymirree
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I acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional owners and custodians of our land in which we reside and from which Mirree was born, the Wiradjuri people.
I also acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional owners and custodians of our land in which Mirree comes from, the Kooma people and to all custodians of Country throughout Australia. I recognise their continuing connection to the land, sea and community.
We pay our respects to them, to the Elders past, present and future.