Doodling, how I’ve missed you

It has been far too long since I have doodled.

doodleE2I started these doodles back in January (crazy how time does that)

doodleE3they are for my twin granddaughters to go with their birth charts. I have only recently put in the finishing touches. Even though they are ‘only’ doodles, I still have to be in the right frame of mind to do them. Try to doodle when I feel rushed or would really rather be doing something else and it just does not work out well.

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I don’t want to reveal the full names, so I am only showing you sections of the doodles which aredoodleE done on A4 size black cartridge paper with white, silver and gold gel pens.

Each doodle has their time and place of birth hidden amongst the leaves and stars.

The twins are both Scorpio Dragons like me.

I’m not sure what to think about astrology really but have only ever found it helpful.

I have had readings done for all of my children and grandchildren and all I can say is they have given some insightful and helpful pointers on how to support each individual to be truly and happily themselves.

At one of the Buddhist talks I went to in Nepal, gosh just over 20 years ago now, the Lama (teacher) said “take what I say as a warm and comforting meal – take what nourishes you, and leave the rest on the plate”. I’ve found that teaching to be applicable for so many things, and it is how i look at Astrology.

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One response to “Doodling, how I’ve missed you

  1. Masterful doodling, Sandra! 🙂 ♥ ❤

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