Of all that I do as a mother to love and bond with my little one and care for her, breastfeeding her has been (and is continuing to be) the biggest nurturer. Not just for her. For me as much – if not more.
I’ve found that art during pregnancy and close to birth (as part of childbirth preparation) can heal like nothing else can. It can help you express your fears, your innermost desires, doubts and beliefs. But then, I also feel that it’s important to approach this art as a tool to express and heal and connect with your inner self rather than as an art project. That’s what I did for all the art that I made when pregnant – I never tried to make the best art or strive for perfection. I just listened to the feelings rise within me and allowed my pen/paint brush to do the talking. - See more at: http://www.mommy-labs.com/creative-kids/art_craft_projects_kids/motherhood-love-birth-art-affirmations/#sthash.lzIp775H.dpuf
Pari recommends this mantra to seek the Divine love. Happy Valentine's Day! http://www.tinkerearth.com/2014/02/13/maha-mrityunjaya-mantra-divine-love/ P.S. Her blog gets a new look and feel. I love it! She also asked us to install google ads for her blog so she can earn some bucks and contribute towards a new laptop for herself. (that's one buy which is pending for a long time now.)