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GOVINDA & GODDESSES

bright gem beads in organic bag on table
A MINDFUL BOUTIQUE  ARTISAN GEMS CRAFTING MALAS, BOHO, & SPIRITUAL JEWLERY
Custom Made Jewelry for you Sun Sign, Orders Welcome find the questionnaire below (coming soon) or speak w/CC at the Veg Fest Oct 24-25 2020 (see below) there will also be Lucky Bamboo as prescribed in Vastu shastra and Feng shui
 


Guiding energy forces to achieve a harmonious environment
Live life with an abounding awareness of universal truth, and prosper in state of love as a sentient being

 

BOHO MENS NECKLACE

Below is HERACLES 4 strength, courage and cleverness
Semi Precious Men’s Necklace Brecciated Jasper Pendant, with Black Lava Stone, Rudraksha Seed, Zebra Jaspe
r, made with natural hemp

Combinations B Jasper , strong, grounding energies * Blk Lava, blk was the sacred color to the gods promoting communication.
* Rudraksha, Sanskrit “to protect” along w/Eye of Shevia.
*Zebra Jasper Yin-Zang Stone good stone for athletes

Carved Red Jasper Pendant w/Black Lava Stone, Rudraksha Seed, Unikite,  gives you take-action spirit 
Carved Brown Wood,* Rudraksha, Sanskrit “to protect” along w/Eye of Shevia. made with natural hemp

WOMENS BOHO NECKLACES

CRIMSON SHEILD Red jasper is known to be sacred to the Welsh goddess Cerridwen, the goddess of inspiration and knowledge. & Egyptian goddess of life, Isis. It is combined w/carnelian, and bamboo

 

MYSTIC MERMAID made with natural hemp, Amazonite light blue and green hues a peaceful, enlightening piece . HEART THROAT & CHARAS

Intention, tenacity, and discovery have led me on a journey toward enlightenment. My research of Ancient Scholars, Sages, and other religious texts; as well as, Alchemy, Modern Medicine and Science has catapulted my consciousness.
 
Throughout the ages Vastu shastra an ancient Hindu System, & Feng Shui, and ancient Chinese system believe:  Lucky Bamboo is believed to have special energy within Vastu shastra.  It is thought to bring good luck, promote harmony, and protect against negative energy.
                                                                                           
From the Beginning of Time:  The first historical references to the use of crystals come from the Ancient Sumerians, who included crystals in alchemical formulas. The Ancient Egyptians used stones primarily for protection and health.
 
Art 4 the Soul by CC
 

 

Come Visit GOVINDA & GODDESSES Tent at The CENTRAL FLORIDA VEG FEST Sat., Oct. 24 & Sun. Oct. 25 11am-6pm see info below:

SAT-SUN
OCT. 24-352020
CENTRAL FLORIDA VEG FEST 2020Mini Fests
​Sponsored by Vegetarians of Central Florida
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Vegetarians of Central Florida is hosting two days of mini fests at three locations across town. Join us for delicious food, local vendors, along with safe activities and entertainment at each location! This event is free, kid-friendly, pet-friendly, and smoke-free. Masks are mandatory.
11-6see website
both days
same as CFVF2020
GOVINDA &GODDESSES Offering Jewelry and Lucky Bamboo plants at reasonable prices
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http://www.cfvegfest.org/

Central Florida Veg Fest, so this year we’ve created a safer format for our community. If you attend, you must wear a mask and maintain social distancing. Below is information regarding the physical events taking place in Orlando. PLEASE VISIT THE WEBINARS PAGE FOR INFO ON 2020 PRESENTATIONS!

AESTHETIC IMAGES IN MOTION/DBA as GOVINDA & GODDESSES

Will be available both days of the festival offering discounted pricing on semi precious gemstone jewelry and Lucky Bamboo personally crafted to enhance your environment.

SUN GODDESS Red Aventurine is the Goddess stone and combined with Black Jasper which is an extremely protective stone & has a very strong healing energy. Root Chakra
MENS & WOMENS GEMSTONE BRACLETS
CITRINE, QUARTZ, BLACK JASPER, HEMITITE, RED ADVENTURINE, DALMATION JASPER, ALL W/GREAT VIBES
BOHO JEWLREY made with natural gemstones
BOHO JEWLERY HAND CRAFTED W/SEMI PRECIOUS GEMS

You will find us: On Sat. Oct. 24 at 11am-6pm at :
​DaJen Eats
323 E. Kennedy Boulevard
Eatonville, FL 32751

On Sun. Oct. 25 at 11am-6pm we will be at: Infusion Tea
1600 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL 32804

CRIMSON SHEILD Red jasper is known to be sacred to the Welsh goddess
TRUE BLUE w/EXALTED VIBES
LAPIS A stone of wisdom, intuition, and truth, & BLUE ADVETURINE encourages vision and inspiration
GREEN ADVENTURINE w/JADE & RED BAMBOO

Protect yourself Hand Sanitizer

Were all about staying safe during the Pandemic of Covid-19. Hand Sanitizer are available for use before handling the merchandise. Most items are package for your safety too.

Malas, Prayer Beads, Rosery Beads

Malas has 108 beads is a beautiful piece of jewelry a great addition to your meditation practice allowing you to keep and accurate count of your mantras consult w/CC for your Gemstone combination

GEMSTONE MALA PICS COMING SOON OR VISIT US AT THE FESTIVAL FOR SPECIAL MALAS

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Yellow Calla 1926 by Georgia O’Keeffe

Yellow Calla 1926

Updated: Nov 24, 2019

an interpretation by Cindy Camperlengo, 1996

Yellow Calla painted in 1926 by Georgia O’Keeffe, is oil painted on fiberboard the painting size is 9 and 3/8 by 12 and 3/4 the size is minute compared to the enormous impact the painting had on me.

A close-up of the flower is typical of O’Keeffe’s style, her style was unique; she had an exceptional talent for shaping her botanicals. O’Keeffe would crop very tight around one blossom using minimal background. Her art is more abstract than representational, for her images may refer to the real world but do not duplicate it the Yellow Calla is characteristic of this style.

The Yellow Calla is very symbolic of sexuality. First, O’Keefe’s edges are defined by the color green. Green is considered in art to be emotionally symbolic of envy. images create lines that direct your eyes to the focal point. The focal point is the center of the flower. Secondly, the diagonal lines give rise to the movement for your eyes as well as your emotions, for diagonal lines imply action. Your eyes move from there darkest lines converging at the bottom left to the center of the flower. Finally, the shape of the flower is where most of the sexuality is implied. the folds in the petals at the bottom left appear to form part of a woman’s anatomy the focal point is also part of the women’s anatomy which stands quite erect.

The artist creates the illusion of natural light which obviously graces this painting. Although the light source is not present in the painting. illumination is suggested by the lighter areas of painting and the vibrancy of the yellow.

O’Keefe reveals her nonconformity by being so bold with this high key yellow. I find the contrast of the green and the yellow appealing and particularly appreciate the values of green O’Keefe uses shading the flower so romantically. The depth from the shading causes her 3 dimensionaism. Her texture is bright, delicate, and smooth Georgia O’Keeffe is an artist to be admired and the Yellow Calla is a flower to be desired.

Addendum

Yellow Calla, 1926

an interpretation by Cindy Camperlengo, 1996

Although this interpretation was guided by research at that time in 1996, further analysis of this work may bring legitimacy to Georgia O’Keeffe’s contention that her flowers do not represent intimate parts of the women’s body. Instead Yellow Calla is a tribute to sensual forces and ecstasy of nature itself.

As testament to her authenticity during the first twenty years of her career her concept was based on finding the essential abstract forms in the subject she painted. Her later works were also fashioned to this model.

Her Quotes further define her:

“I often painted fragments of things because it seemed to make my statement as well as or better than the whole could.”

-Georgia O’Keeffe

This quote reinforces her abstract of nature premise.

“I know now that most people are so closely concerned with themselves that they are not aware of their own individuality, I can see myself, and it has helped me to say what I want to say in paint.” -Georgia O’Keeffe

This last quote defines her self-awareness, she displays genuine attributes.

The flippant analysis of the Freudian interpretations of her flower series diminished her concept of the abstract painting. In the 1920’s, Sigmund Freud’s theories became popular In the U.S., besides looking at art with an aesthetic value he postulated art is an expression of the artist unconscious thoughts or desires.

Myth and symbolism guide our thoughts as well, reading the title and descriptions on the lilies about the Greek Gods, it was said there is an association of the Calla Lily with Venus and thus with lust and sexuality.

Today I refrain from crediting such theories due to the many misnomers in the psychological assessments I have witnessed. I tend to believe a self-aware, genuine person for it is easier to know yourself. Look for my Blog on Myth and Symbolism Coming Soon.

Cindy Camperlengo, 2019

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“My research is derived from trusted medical journals i.e.: PubMed, The United States Library of Medicine, The National Institute of Health, CDC, Center for Disease Control to ensure accuracy.

My process for research was developed while working on a research project for the hospital. Due to the research/initiatives starting this program the hospital earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for its comprehensive total knee and total hip joint replacement programs. Afterwards I received a promotion to Coordinator of Education and Support, at the hospitals cancer center. Later I was in charge of the Cancer Center.

I have practice holistic care for myself and my patients. One of the essentials to health is state of mind. I have always used natural remedies first, they compliment todays medical practices. I heard Dr. Lad lecture about those same principles several years ago”

Although, Dr. Vasant Lad, M.A.Sc. is a world renowned expert on Ayurvedic Medicine.  He agrees that traditional medicine is essential as well. A holistic approach is all inclusive, rounded, and complete. He is the founder and director of the Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico.

Deepak Chopra, M.D. and David Simon, M.D. are quoted as saying ” “Dr. Vasant Lad is a true Vaidya – a knower of reality. His latest work, the Textbook of Ayurveda, attest to his indisputable role as the foremost expert in the ancient healing science.

I myself have studied/practiced medicine for 33 years. Although I have used natural products for 40 years. After learning how important what you put into your body is! So, I really take care of my children and myself!

Both of my children were born with special needs and I have done extensive research on special needs children. I will post what I learned works for their issues in the near future! I adopted both children who are siblings as a single mom. I could not have done it with out my moms help!

My mom is an angle, loves children and has taken in other peoples children; as well as, she has been there for all of her children during the worst of times. 14 years ago she came to live with me to help me with my daughter (a newborn) so I could work (at the time I worked on a medical surgical unit as a Registered Nurse, and Charge Nurse.)

Mom was with me for 12 years, her progression in dementia was slow and almost unnoticeable until my 2nd child’s birth! She was not able to care for his special needs. Yes, I knew about my son before he was born and I got to go to the NICU at his 1st day of life and sing to him. I was able to bring him home from the hospital because the birth mother lost her ability to do so.

Mom was diagnosed with Severe Dementia almost 5 years ago now. After all she has been through in her life I don’t doubt that had something to do with it. I am continuing my research with that in mind. I will publish what I have to date shortly.

May your Life be Enriched, May Knowledge of the Truth be Yours, May you Shine Brightly,

CC

 

 

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