“She left pieces of her life behind her everywhere she went. It’s easier to feel the sunlight without them, she said.”
– Brian Andreas
It takes a strong person to do their own thing and not wait for anybody else to validate their existence.
This is a great idea for those wanting to create a unique home decor in a space. A tapestry hanging from your ceiling can add a wonderful scenic feature to your room, giving some love to the most forgotten element of your home… the ceilings! So why not hang a special ceiling tapestry for that?
These looks so great! i need all of them
We originally bought this to hang in our bedroom but after receiving it we decided to hang it in our “gaming room”. Looks great, feels great. You can tell is good quality, the print is nice & it was a great size. Now we gotta buy another one for the bedroom !
Omg i need the sunflowers one
it looks so good i bought the 150 x 150 and it’s the perfect size the product arrives on 17 days i am from Australia. i give my five stars feedback 🌸💖
THESE ARE SO CUTE! NEED
I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the tapestry. It looks exactly like in the picture maybe even better. I can recommend it . I’m satisfied with everything.
Omg i need one of these!
These are really beautiful ~💐💐
the star one 😍😍😍 these are so aesthetic and pretty
I love so many of these! 😍
i really want this.
I love the star one, the lost in the forest and the sunflower ones! I need them!😍😍😍
I just need to send these links to people just before my birthday
Experiences can leave us with some painful memories. They tie us to the past and prevent us moving on. And the only way to freedom is to work on letting go – so these memories don’t haunt us or keep us trapped in pain. Below are some guidelines to help you work on this.
1. Before you can let go, you must face whatever happened and accept that it is part of your past experiences. Suppression doesn’t work as a long-term solution. It can only be a band aid that brings temporary relief. Talk to someone you trust, or write about it in your journal. You need to share what happened, in order to move on.
2. Identify the lessons you have learned from what has happened. There’s always a lesson – so look for what you’ve learned. It doesn’t make it better – but it does lessen its power.
3. Write the lesson down on a piece of paper and repeat it to yourself when you’re hit by old, painful memories. For example, if you’ve been scarred by abuse, then you might write something like: “My experience of abuse does not determine who I am. I’m a stronger person now, and that is not my destiny. I’m choosing my own future, and the person I will be.”
4. Repeat this mantra often so it takes root in your mind. Allow it to be stronger than the bad experience. Say it often, till you mean it, then you’ll start to feel you’re freer. Persevere and keep on fighting when those old memories return.
5. Seek to be a person who’s at peace with themselves. When peace is your focus, old thoughts and memories have much less power over how you think and feel. However, seeking after peace must be a conscious, constant choice.
6. When the past tries to intrude, focus firmly on the present. Ground yourself in what’s happening around you in the room, and try to breathe deeply – and deliberately relax. You are here in this moment; you’re not living in the past.
7. Forgive – for your own sake. Try to heal from what happened – then let resentments go. You don’t want them in your life for they’ll just tie you to the past. It’s not an ease process; it takes work and discipline. But it is worth the daily struggle – as one day you’ll be free.