Very ancient this fascination and meaning we have placed on the snake...I wonder how much they care about it all :)
Hi Ritva, very interesting creature, the snake.
This is a beautiful post Ritva. Endlessly insightful to see how man has viewed snake over the years. Happy weekend! Norma, x
I like how stories and emotions have been told using symbols, how far back they reach and still are with us today... the image with a flower blooming from the snakes tail, i love that one, x
Dear ritva,thank you for this beautiful illustration of the snake energy.Even I love that one with the flower blooming from the snakes tail... reminds me a little bit on the labyrinth of Chartres kathedral.Wonderful!Lovex Ariane.
what a beautiful collectionof snakes!loveand I wish youa happy sunday!!Patrice A.xo
fascinating, and your blog is beautiful, Ritva. So glad to visit you. -sus
Happy new year, soon happy snake new year.Love mandalas...I have a book at home a friend gave me...just to "enjoy" them.
Hope the year of the snake turns out to be a brilliant one for you. xolj
wanted to tell you , when I first saw this post ......and then time came and I felt different , but now I want to tell you Ritva that I practice kundalini yoga , normally once a week with a teacher , though she has been away for 7 weeks :( .....so I do 30 minutes a day on my own after my meditation. x