Jane Redfern

Word Artist

Rooting down here on planet earth learning how to thrive.

Art

  • The Badger

  • The badger imparts persistence, determination and endurance. Badger also gives mental energy and fighting spirit. It would rather die than give up, so badger teaches us how to stick to a project and see it through to completion.
  • You are free

  • It is worse to stay where one does not belong at all than to wander about lost for a while and looking for the psychic and soulful kinship one requires.
  • The Hare

  • Hares were associated with the Artemis, goddess of wild places and the hunt. Rabbits were sacred to Aphrodite, the goddess of love, beauty, and marriage - for rabbits had “the gift of Aphrodite” (fertility) in great abundance.
  • The Silver Birch

  • The Silver Birch is one of the most sacred trees in Celtic Mythology, symbolising new beginnings and protection. This association derives from ancient times, before the written word, when the sacred Silver Birch was associated with the Celtic goddess Brigid.
  • The VW Campervan.

  • You are confined only by the walls you build yourself.
  • The Ash Tree

  • The ash tree was thought to have medicinal and mystical properties and the wood was burned to ward off evil spirits. In Norse Viking mythology, ash was referred to as the 'Tree of Life' and was regarded as a healing tree.

The Badger

The badger imparts persistence, determination and endurance. Badger also gives mental energy and fighting spirit. It would rather die than give up, so badger teaches us how to stick to a project and see it through to completion.

You are free

It is worse to stay where one does not belong at all than to wander about lost for a while and looking for the psychic and soulful kinship one requires.

The Hare

Hares were associated with the Artemis, goddess of wild places and the hunt. Rabbits were sacred to Aphrodite, the goddess of love, beauty, and marriage - for rabbits had “the gift of Aphrodite” (fertility) in great abundance.

The Silver Birch

The Silver Birch is one of the most sacred trees in Celtic Mythology, symbolising new beginnings and protection. This association derives from ancient times, before the written word, when the sacred Silver Birch was associated with the Celtic goddess Brigid.

The VW Campervan.

You are confined only by the walls you build yourself.

The Ash Tree

The ash tree was thought to have medicinal and mystical properties and the wood was burned to ward off evil spirits. In Norse Viking mythology, ash was referred to as the 'Tree of Life' and was regarded as a healing tree.