Saskia van Herwaarden’s talisman is here too!

Posted: November 23, 2018 by Mo Crow in Braille for the Soul, It's Crow Time, The Gathering
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Saskia van Herwaarden’s elemental talisman for our beautiful broken world arrived in the post yesterday too!
with a beautiful leaf printed and eco dyed note and the texture of the envelope is so soft, a delight to open!
seed, bone, turquoise for healing, feather, plant dyed cloth, silver wire
from the other side
settling in with The Gathering
you can see more of Saskia’s good magic on her blog and facebook
namaste
Magic Days!

Comments
  1. Marti says:

    This speaks to me so strongly of someone who knows that the sacred ordinaries of the world are in fact quite extraordinary. I love how Saskia has incorporated so much in her talisman for she sees the wonder in our daily world and knows the power of elemental magic. In her gifted hands, seed promises growth, bone holds eternity, turquoise as Mo has said, heals, metal provides strength, eco dyed cloth wraps reverence around us and the feather makes our spirits soar- all of these manifest Love and this talisman is truly a gift for our world.

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Marti))) Saskia’s talisman holds such good earthy magic, turquoise is my favourite stone, it feels like holding a piece of the sky & if you look closely at the yellow envelope Saskia writes that the turquoise is for healing, it’s also a wayfinder, good for travellers, one of my all time favourite books is “The Anthropology of Turquoise” by Ellen Melloy, a deeply spiritwise, funny & very earthy read.

  2. deemallon says:

    Her superb feel for texture and birds comes through

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Dee))) I love how Saskia pares her work back to the finest essence, getting to the heart of the matter & the way her sense of line and colour are so grounded in the spirit of her watery land.

  3. Fiona says:

    oh the aching beauty of that fabric with the feather…

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Fiona))) I love how Saskia’s work is so strong and sturdily constructed combining such delicate materials with great skill reflecting her spirits of place and deep love for our beautiful broken world

  4. Hazel says:

    What a beautiful fragile gathering of strength.

  5. Liz A says:

    Such a tiny pennant, singing out its presence like a wren …

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