AEVA Edition 3/Spring 2019 DOWNLOAD
In these spring pages Elizabeth Crawford, as ever, takes us on an exquisite sensual journey into the season and its plant offerings; Donna Moon celebrates the nettle as perfect spring medicine; Star McFarlane celebrates the power of nature to plug us into our creativity; Rebecca Card shares her passion for the deep feminine and the journey of descent that supports us in knowing ourselves and our wholly unique offering in this world; Sara Baistrocchi reflects on pottery as an amazing source of teachings about life; Cheryl Tipple-Trepat shares her love of bowls; Anna Finlayson encourages us all to reclaim our sovereignty and rise from the rubble of commercial law; Ariole K. Alei shares the power of anger and its natural purpose to help process and digest our life experiences; Sarah Bullock examines the dance of her shadow; Jane Duncan Rogers encourages us to have the important conversations with our loved ones now in preparation and support of death and our Let's Talk About... pages weave reflections on the journey of heeding the call to rise in these pertinent times, with Phoenix Na Gig, Deb Hoskin and Rebecca Card.
With all our regular luscious features; our woman’s cycle pages by Myriam Negre, featuring an interview between Friedal Fink and Noura Alfadl on the work they do to change the story for our girls; Columns from Melanie Swan and Rebecca Martin; Anaiya Sophia encourages us all to embrace fully the time of the CHANGE, menopause; Lucy Latchmore shares some essential tips on how to protect ourselves from the harmful effects of wireless technology; Nicola Jayne shares her wisdom on how to care for your hair, plastic-free stylie; and our featured Artist, Tallula Bentley explores this ecological unravelling we are all a part of and challenges the illusion of progress and human centrality by feeling out her place in the myth of our separation from nature.
With a special luscious feature on birth, Ziva Blažková shares the intimate details of her birth story, Kelly Palmer writes about the power of our birth to effect who we become and Tessa Sanderson reflects on how cyclical wisdom can support both pregnancy and birth. With poetry by Jasmine Love, Elizabeth Padillo Olesen, Deb Hoskin, Marta Emmit and Rebecca Card.