Sulphur Crested Cockatoo and Baby Dreaming with Coolamon and Clapsticks with flower medicine.
Contains Native Australian Flowers:
‘Yellow Box’ Flowers (which is a soft yellow flower belonging to the Eucalyptus melliodora tree)
It is a flowering plant belonging to the myrtle family.
Found in QLD, ACT, NSW & VIC. Growing up to 30 meters tall and flowering in November to January. It is highly prized and known for its yellow-box honey.
A new beginning is coming to show you the most important parts of yourself that bring in more of the divine light and healing, which is connected to the true potential of the light of your soul which you are currently seeing glimpses of from an awakening you are currently going through or coming near to in the future.
The letting go and everything that we’ve learnt from the past now doesn't have to be a burden or headache, especially when we can make the necessary steps to alleviate any feelings of uncertainty, doubt or fear, this will prepare ourselves for a new situation that gives up hope, happiness, support, transformation and healing.
The White Cockatoo helps us to make a karmic release and awakening, this is a powerful painting which holds a powerful message and healing for you because you are either about to go through this release or you have already just come out of it. Whatever the case try to remember to remain calm and grounded through this process, even when anxiety or stress is high, you are reaching the peak of your ability to let go of the past that has been related to a heavy karmic burden.
Having the Mother and Baby in this painting indicates a time of nurturing whilst you are reaching your peak of an awakening of the soul.
Coolamon is a traditional wooden vessel which has been carved from a tree and used to hold babies, collect berries and bush medicine or used in ceremonies.
Often the different markings or symbols represented who the Coolamon belonged to.
Clap Sticks are a traditional instrument used to make rhythm played by women and men during songs and ceremony. The symbols on the Clap Sticks held special meaning.
Print comes with "About Mirree" postcard and story postcard of the "SULPHUR CRESTED COCKATOO & BABY WITH COOLAMON & CLAPSTICKS".
Picture & Story © by Mirree