Daily I Ching for Friday 24 January 2020: Qiān (Modesty), Hexagram 15 —

Qiān (Modesty), Hexagram 15 – There is great power in modesty. A good leader does not basque in his or her glories nor do they boast of their successes, instead they move forward with a quiet confidence and discreetly. They do not seek to gain power over others, but they simply seek to achieve balance in […] via Daily I Ching for Friday 24 January 2020: … Continue reading Daily I Ching for Friday 24 January 2020: Qiān (Modesty), Hexagram 15 —

Tarot Guidance for Friday 24 January 2020: Ace of Pentacles —

A new idea or opportunity that will boost your finances and career is being presented as the Ace of Pentacles suggests. You may hear back about a job or a contract, or it may be that you are branching out and setting up your own business. Either way these opportunities will prove fruitful and lucrative […] via Tarot Guidance for Friday 24 January 2020: Ace of … Continue reading Tarot Guidance for Friday 24 January 2020: Ace of Pentacles —

Tune of the Day for Friday 24 January 2020: Peace by Norah Jones —

Peace is a very attainable way of being, but first we must learn to let go of the need to control our lives – the very thing that disrupts the peace. True peace comes from handing over complete control of the reigns to your higher self. As Norah Jones sings on Peace: “When you find […] via Tune of the Day for Friday 24 January 2020: … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Friday 24 January 2020: Peace by Norah Jones —

Craigvinean Forest: Scotland’s oldest managed forest shows what forest restoration can look like

Craigvinean Forest, one of Scotland’s oldest managed forests, is often cited as a timber plantation that “could help end deforestation” and an example of what forest restoration can look like. Created from larch seed planted by the Dukes of Atholl, some 27 million conifers were planted in and around Dunkeld between 1738 and 1830. The lower forest slopes are a mix of Scots pine and … Continue reading Craigvinean Forest: Scotland’s oldest managed forest shows what forest restoration can look like

Denilson Baniwa: Indigenous artist fusing native references with non-native to communicate the thinking and struggle of his people in Brazil

Visual artist Denilson Baniwa is using art to communicate the thinking and struggle of indigenous people in Brazil and around the world today by mixing traditional and contemporary indigenous references with western, non-indigenous references throughout his artworks. Denilson Baniwa of the Baniwa indigenous people uses canvas, installations, digital media and performances to highlight the experience of being indigenous in present times. A native of the … Continue reading Denilson Baniwa: Indigenous artist fusing native references with non-native to communicate the thinking and struggle of his people in Brazil

Daily I Ching for Thursday 23 January 2020: Lu (The Wanderer), Hexagram 56 —

Lu (The Wanderer), Hexagram 56 – Last seen on 14 April, Lu represents a time in life where you feel the desire to travel. This “journey” will not ncessarily be a vacation, but rather a spiritual journey where you acquire knowledge. This journey may be as simple as taking a walk in an area that is new […] via Daily I Ching for Thursday 23 January … Continue reading Daily I Ching for Thursday 23 January 2020: Lu (The Wanderer), Hexagram 56 —

Tarot Guidance for Thursday 23 January 2020: 2 of Pentacles —

The 2 of Pentacles may find you juggling several different projects. You are more than capable of getting these completed in the time required, but you must also maintain balance in your approach to the tasks, with flexibility being the key here. Image Credit: Druidcraft Tarot Rosalind Medea is an Intuitive Reader, who does intuitive […] via Tarot Guidance for Thursday 23 January 2020: 2 of … Continue reading Tarot Guidance for Thursday 23 January 2020: 2 of Pentacles —

Tune of the Day for Thursday 23 January 2020: Home Cooking by Tony Allen —

What you eat and put in your body today affects your body now, tomorrow and in the future. Home Cooking from legendary Nigerian drummer Tony Allen featuring lyrics from British Nigerian rapper Ty serves as a reminder to be mindful of what you’re eating and the benefits of home cooking. But it also goes a […] via Tune of the Day for Thursday 23 January 2020: … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Thursday 23 January 2020: Home Cooking by Tony Allen —

Maternity fashion brand Isabella Oliver launches maternity wear rental service in efforts to “go greener”

Isabella Oliver, the premium maternity brand, has launched a maternity rental service in the UK as part of its commitment to “go greener”. The initiative, which plans to radically change the maternity sector, aims to cater to a “growing number of pregnant women who want to purchase just a few key items and rent the rest”. The idea of renting maternity wear is to encourage customers to “go greener and eliminate … Continue reading Maternity fashion brand Isabella Oliver launches maternity wear rental service in efforts to “go greener”

Electronic snowmobiles, eSleds, helping visitors to experience Finnish Lapland the zero-emission and silent way

Travellers to Finnish Lapland wanting to make their adventure as sustainable as possible can now experience the snowy landscape the zero-emission way via electronic snowmobile thanks to Aurora eMotion. Aurora eMotion, the first and only electric snowmobile safari provider in the world, operates safaris in Finnish Lapland on emission-free and silent eSleds without without disturbing the silent peace of wintry nature and with no harm … Continue reading Electronic snowmobiles, eSleds, helping visitors to experience Finnish Lapland the zero-emission and silent way