MARIA RONERES FACUNDES

MARIA RONERES FACUNDES

MARIA RONERES FACUNDES
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Circular forms in art are often referred to as mandalas, the Sanskrit word for "sacred circle." For thousands of years the creation of circular, often geometric designs has been part of spiritual practices around the world and almost every culture has revered the power of the circle.

Circular forms in art are often referred to as mandalas, the Sanskrit word for "sacred circle." For thousands of years the creation of circular, often geometric designs has been part of spiritual practices around the world and almost every culture has revered the power of the circle.

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Beautiful Boho Semi Precious Gemstone Bracelet by MilliMooDesigns, £15.00

Beautiful Boho Semi Precious Gemstone Bracelet by MilliMooDesigns, £15.00

Jardim Do Mago: AULA V - INTRODUÇÃO - A RADIESTESIA NO BRASIL

Jardim Do Mago: AULA V - INTRODUÇÃO - A RADIESTESIA NO BRASIL

7 Chakras  Pyramid Pendulum / Suncatcher  by windyscreations, $24.00

7 Chakras Pyramid Pendulum / Suncatcher by windyscreations, $24.00

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Jovem indígena do Peru com bicho preguiça. Equilíbrio e hrmonia entre o ser humano e os animais.

man in the Amazon, photo by Cristina Mittermeier. Indigenous peoples of the Amazon continue to be "endangered," by deforestation, oil development, mining, and encroachments from farmers. Supporting the Amazonian rainforest, needs to support its indigenous peoples too.

man in the Amazon, photo by Cristina Mittermeier. Indigenous peoples of the Amazon continue to be "endangered," by deforestation, oil development, mining, and encroachments from farmers. Supporting the Amazonian rainforest, needs to support its indigenous peoples too.

The Eyes of Children around the World  Liked · August 31, 2012     Yanomami girl holds aracari in Parima Tapirapeco National Park (Venezuela) © Art Wolfe    Yanomami massacre, you can read a complete article here:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-19556792

The Eyes of Children around the World Liked · August 31, 2012 Yanomami girl holds aracari in Parima Tapirapeco National Park (Venezuela) © Art Wolfe Yanomami massacre, you can read a complete article here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-19556792

tapirapé Indian from The Amazon

tapirapé Indian from The Amazon

some see a weed, some see a wish.  it's all about perspective.....

some see a weed, some see a wish. it's all about perspective.....