Katie DePaola

Katie DePaola

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Washington, DC / CEO, Inner Glow Circle πŸŒ™ Making coaches βž• healers the new IT girls πŸ™ŒπŸ» Founder, Goddess Circle πŸ‘­ katie@innerglowcircle.com πŸ’• katiedepaola.com
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Things will happen in your life that will appear to break your spirit, yet these things reside in the mind that perceives them. All thoughts are changeable, dissolvable. Visualize all burdens vaporizing, being lifted from their source. Allow them to float away, if even for a moment, for you are free to return to them at any time. You are also free to release them, let them drift away, and create new perceptions of the same events. Remember, all events are perceptions in the mind❀

Within my spiriitual life.I open to the Goddess energy of Shakti.and openly embrace and allow the glorious chaos and harmony within the eternal dance of endings and beginnings.glow with it, grow and transform.

Aww- shakti is the Devine feminine. Hindu. Creative and healing energy of women. Now You Can Learn To Use Your Natural Ability; To Channel Your Life-force Energy, Heal Your Family, Friends (and Yourself)... And Attain The Skills Of A Master Reiki Healer... http://pure-reikihealing.blogspot.com?prod=psDyvUks

Let your shakti rise from the base of your spine. First it will heal you, then the world.

Ishizu Ishtar (Yugioh)

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Ishtar - Ishtar, goddess of fertility, love and war:  The mother, very like images of the Virgin Mary...

Ishtar, The Babylonian Goddess of Fertility and Love. Unlike her Sumerian counterpart, Inana, Ishtar was a fearsome and often violent goddess known as the "Lady of Battles.

"Ishtar" This piece is inspired by Ishtar, the Mesopotamian goddess of love, beauty, desire, fertility and combat. The Lioness represents the moon since she hunts at night, and the lion is the sun. Together they are a symbol of balance, masculine and feminine.

"Ishtar" This piece is inspired by Ishtar, the Mesopotamian goddess of love, beauty, desire, fertility and combat. The Lioness represents the moon since she hunts at night, and the lion is the sun. Together they are a symbol of balance, masculine and feminine.