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Santa Maria de Montserrat in Catalonia, Spain. You ride a cable car (or train) up the mountain. Before we left, we sat down in the Cathedral and a youth choir sang Amazing Grace in Catalan. It was a wonderful experience. Great Places, Places To See, Beautiful Places, Santa Maria, Dream Vacations, Vacation Spots, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Places To Travel

Santa Maria de Montserrat

Santa Maria de Montserrat is a Benedictine abbey located in the Montserrat mountain. If you're into climbing... check out this place - you might like it :) Almost all of Catalonia can be seen from here and the island of Majorca is visible on a clear day. I'll post some more pics of the mountain later.

female whale shark shaman figure ~ chancay, peru, chest design represents tattoos or body paint . Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Goddesses, Art Premier, Mesoamerican, Art Sculpture, Effigy

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organicbody: “ Female Whale Shark Shaman chancay, peru 1200-1450 AD. ”

 Also Ix Chel, “Lady of the Rainbow;” the Mayan goddess of the moon, rain, medicine and midwifery revered throughout the Yucatan, stretching to El Salvador. Maya Art, Religion, Sacred Feminine, Moon Goddess, Triple Goddess, Animal Totems, Gods And Goddesses, Ancient Goddesses, Archetypes

Ixchel : diosa del amor, de la gestación, de los trabajos textiles, de la luna y la medicina.En textos jeroglíficos su nombre es Chak Chel (arco iris grande), en el Chilam Balam su nombre es Ix Chel (mujer arco iris).

Mayan Goddess Ixchel: two principal qualities (birthing and healing), aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya culture; designated as the "Red Goddess"; Mayan moon goddess; female warrior, with an entwined serpent serving as her headdress, crossed bones adorn her skirt; Rain goddess, inverting a water jar representing the rainy season or amniotic fluid (equivalent to giving birth); 16th century Mayan women seeking fruitful marriage traveled to her temple in Cozumel. Moon Hotel, Mexican Tattoo, Indigenous Tribes, Spirited Art, Mesoamerican, World Religions, Inca, Moon Goddess, Mexican Art

Mayan Goddess Ixchel: two principal qualities (birthing and healing), aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya culture; designated as the "Red Goddess"; Mayan moon goddess; female warrior, with an entwined serpent serving as her headdress, crossed bones adorn her skirt; Rain goddess, inverting a water jar representing the rainy season or amniotic fluid (equivalent to giving birth); 16th century Mayan women seeking fruitful marriage traveled to her temple in Cozumel.

one of my heroes….the woman behind Liberia's peace treaty. Half The Sky, The Desire Map, Nobel Peace Prize, Peace On Earth, Reality Check, Together We Can, Determination, Thought Provoking, Life Lessons

"We must continue to united in sisterhood to turn our tears into triumph, our despair into determination and our fear into fortitude. There is no time to rest until our world achieves wholeness and balance, where all men and women are considered equal and free." -Leymah Gbowee #16days #quote

Montserrat Spain Honeymoon, Moon Hotel, Barcelona, Spain Travel, Bergen, Vacation Spots, Monument Valley, Mount Rushmore, Travel Inspiration

Escápate de Barcelona recorriendo menos de 150Km

Lo que Vicky y Cristina no sabían que tenían que visitar.

Read "Spiritual Midwifery" by Ina May Gaskin available from Rakuten Kobo. Spiritual Midwifery is considered by many to be the bible of the home birth movement. This classic book on natural child. Ina May Gaskin, Midwifery Books, Spiritual Midwifery, Spiritual Health, Pregnancy Books, Pregnancy Care, Vie Simple, Thing 1, Science Books

Spiritual Midwifery: Ina May Gaskin: 9781570671043

Spiritual Midwifery | The original Spiritual Midwifery, published in 1976, introduced an entire generation of young women to the possibility of home birth and breast feeding. It also breathed new life into the all-but-vanished field of midwifery.