This week, I’ve decided to share a few moments of magic to inspire creativity. We can find a lot of magic around us –if we look for it. It’s so easy to get stuck in overwhelm and over-thought. It’s impossible to create from this place.
Tiny, magical moments of the every day pull us back to the center, the grounded place where all creation feels easier and flows from the heart.
Here’s this Week’s magic:
“The insects display those incredible hues thanks to scales on their wings. Those scales are made up of crystals, which are made up of a sugar molecule called chitin (the same stuff that makes up insect exoskeletons and mushrooms). The tiny crystals on butterflies’ scales are called gyroids. They’re of interest to biologists, but also to materials scientists. Butterflies’ gyroids are for more tiny and precise than anything made by humans today.” Read more HERE.
Balinese; a cultural journey. The people, the land, the life.
May the rest of your week be filled with magical moments. Look for them!
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