Monthly Archives: February 2014

Teddies of the world, unite!

This is random. The teddies spoke to me thus: I was working on a new way to treat plaster of paris with linseed oil and various additives to make it like stone, and I needed something to quickly mould – and saw we had an old chocolate mould with …teddies. Then the moulded teddies came to multiply, and there came a day when their hands linked, and they became a circle. This is photographic proof:

circle of teddies copy

Where will this all end? Ask the teddies… One thing is certain: some of them have ended up as fridge magnets, and are now hitching a ride on some whiteware around this district. Today, Maungatapere; tomorrow, Manhattan??

So, the fridge magnet idea has transmuted to packaging for my jewellery – see my latest post on silventree: http://silventree.com/2014/02/22/a-new-kind-of-packaging-reusable-as-fridge-magnets/

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A new ebook of staggering … simplicity and colour!

Last night I uploaded this, my simplest friendliest book yet! A polychromatic jewel of a book, though I say it myself. After writing a million words, it has come down to this?….

The 7 Colour Meditation – turn the pages and breathe in the colours!

A simple new way to pace yourself, slow down and be blissfully mindful. As the title says, you just turn (or click) the pages and breathe. One breath per page is a 6 minute meditation through the seven colours. To really get into a colourfully altered state, try seven breaths a page! Each colour can represent a chakra; or just a pure experience of quality…
It is deceptively simple. 🙂 Here’s the links to smashwords (free) and kindle (99cents)
If you use it and love it as I hope you will, pleeease be the one in a googleplex online (hyperbole perhaps, but not by much!) and leave a little review, or at least a rating (**** or ****** if you REALLY love it!:)
And then go forth into the world in peace, and … make a dent in the (human) universe!

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