Thursday, December 14, 2006

Zen in Victoria

"When the mind is transparent and pure
As if reflected on the mirror-like surface of the water,
There is nothing in the world that you would dislike"


Trust card made from "washi" which is the Japanese word for the traditional papers made from the long inner fibres of three plants, wa meaning Japanese and shi meaning paper. From The Japanese Paper Place available at Nicholas Randall and Island Blue Print

Atmosphere Plant Pure-Fume Aroma Candles from Aveda

Cast Iron Teapot from the fair trade and organic home of Honestly Tea, where they promote incredible projects world wide. The first project they are supporting is called the Weave Project in Ghana; the products support a home for mentally disabled people.

Amitabha Dyani Brass Buddha Statue from Zinnia Worldy Notions

Peace Pipes Tree-Free Card from Fiber Options

Nature-Inspired Cushion Covers from Accent de Ville at Fan Tan Gallery

Hand-woven natural grass and rattan Bowl and decorative bamboo Balls from Indonesia at Tab Imports in Victoria

Embroidered Tree of Life made in India at Ten Thousand Villages

Ganesh Head Wall Hangings from Zinnia

Loft Hassak cushion pod from Colorique available at Honestly Tea and Gifts

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