A VIRGIN A DAY




DIVINE FEMININE ~ A VIRGIN A  DAY





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Welcome to a Creative Harbor and beginning December 1st through the 12th of December I will be linked to Corazon and posting a photo of the Divine Feminine who has many names. The photo below is Our Lady of Guadalupe or Our Lady of the Americas. Because of a nun who was very special in my life, Sister Agnes of the Sacred Heart (now deceased), I still have a very special devotion to Our Lady as Sister Agnes was of the Notre Dame order. I know her spirit is still 'watching over' me and hope you will enjoy the photos. Some will be very conventional ~ Some will be my vision of 'She Spirits' in honor of the Divine Feminine Consciousness.
Our Lady of the Americas


The above photo is actually called a Santos that I purchased in New Mexico. It is a tradition there to paint saints on wood. This Santo is very special to me for many reasons and as you can see I have special trinkets hanging with her. Hope you will enjoy this event. December 12th is her feast day in the Roman Catholic faith. I am now heavily into to Taoism but still maintain my devotion to the Divine Feminine in her many versions.


Hugs and namaste,

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Comments

  1. good morning carol and welcome to mornings with mary. i love that we gather in peace and compassion to celebrate the capacity to love.

    i love your santos, it truly is magnificent! thank you sharing the beauty of this so generously with all of us!

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  2. I feel embraced by the Feminine Divine...thank you!

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  3. The Lady of Guadalupe is one of my favorites too.
    Beautiful piece♥

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  4. Your santos is stunning Carol, so too are your beautiful words.

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  5. Nice of you to share something that is so special to you. Look forward to the next 11 days. :)

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  6. Love your santos and the story of your late nun friend. So glad to meet you; glad we are on this journey together. I look forward to your coming posts.

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  7. What a fabulous New Mexican santo! Who can resist the Virgin of Guadalupe anyway? She seems to touch so many...

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  8. Always good to have special memories -- but I join you in recognition of the feminine divine.

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  9. I love the artist rendering on wood. The other "trinkets" add intrigue. Like you and many others, I follow many paths to enlightenment, spirituality and inner peace. For me, it is what Mary stands for that draws me to her. Very nice indeed. I look forward to seeing more of what you post.

    peace

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  10. Hello Carol,
    This is a beautiful Santo. I lived in New Mexico for a year and my sister lives there still. I love the traditions and realize how special this piece must be to you. Thank you for sharing it.
    Namaste,
    Noelle

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  11. LOve your art, and wow, how nice to still feel such a special connection to such a special person.

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  12. I do so love the Santos here in New Mexico. I feel blessed to live here as there is an unabashedness about displaying Our Lady.

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  13. Very special memories, thank you for sharing!

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  14. Rustic and beautiful on wood.

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  15. Thank you for inviting us into your blog home and sharing your story with us. :)

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  16. Tha is so pretty!I really like that.Thanks for sharing!=-)

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  17. Divine Feminine is such a beautiful expression, and to be part of this most wonderfully feminine celebration is the best!

    Lovely pic,

    Namaste,

    Sue x

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  18. Carol....the Divine Feminine aspect of creation is what keeps me connected....not everyone knows about her.....thanks.

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  19. There's something about Our Lady of Guadalupe that's irresistible--perhaps her simplicity.

    Lady Light

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