The world is full of diversity. Our very existence relies on its intricate complexities. Millions of species have evolved as the planet adapts to its constantly changing environments. One doesn’t have to look very far in the oceans, forests, and savannas to see examples of life’s infinite expressions and relationships.
Directing our attention towards diversity could be the key for sustaining a healthy future for our planet. Although it is impossible to fully contain these intricacies, this set of cards can serve as playful prompts for exploration. I have selected four categories to expand this theme of diversity: Community, Spirituality, Emotions, and Ecology.
Use the cards as a window into the subtleties of your personal communion with life. Let them bring archetypal subjects to the forefront. See how your mind, body, and spirit have a place in this discussion of diversity. We each have an important role in this global village. Finding that place takes time and consideration.
Nature knows how to maintain balance when sharing the same watering hole. We can learn from the worlds examples. With humanity's complex social network there are more things to consider in our daily lives. Finding a way to address both inner and outer dynamics is a daily balancing act. The cards can serve as a creative way to address these many intricate aspects.
Booklet: 64 pages
Cards: 3.5 x 5
How we care for each other helps shape our future. As infants, we need love and attention to develop. The attention we acquire and give to ourselves will help develop our true potential. How do you provide nurturing attention to yourself and others?
Stepping back to observe oneself allows space to see the bigger picture. The often-overlooked details have time to unfold and share themselves. There are many rewards in witnessing oneself with compassion. Can you be open to your own gaze?
A feeling as if the walls are closing in on you is natural when one grows beyond the confines of their given surroundings. It doesn’t feel good to be in these tight conditions, yet it may be the very thing needed to pressure cook the contents.
With the cycles of days, months, and years there are times one must go deep within. Activity is reduced to a minimum and energy is conserved for a later time. Like deep sleep, the body and mind need time and space to regroup. How do you restore your energy?