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Heart to Heart Dr Robyn Mills: Enrica Mallard Quilt of love

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Heart to Heart Radio with Dr. Love  Robyn Mills: Enjoy – Loving conversations, singing, mantras, poetry and interviews.  Have your heart touched and your soul uplifted by open sharing of life journeys, inner wisdom and spiritual awakenings.  Everyone loves a heart to heart. Come and join us.

This week my special guest is Enrica Mallard who I met at a workshop with Little Grandmother.  

"Our planet is at a critical point. How we currently inhabit Mother Earth is unsustainable and requires a shift: a shift from living off Mother Earth to living with Mother Earth. Indigenous cultures have always known this; and many people have commenced a shift, “A Great Turning”, with the understanding that ‘we are all in this together’.

About 3 years ago I began hearing a call to bring women together for Mother Earth. At the time I didn’t know how it would form but I continued to hold the vision. As time moved on I gained clarity around the form - a quilt representing a web of women’s visions for Mother Earth. A connecting of the Mother energy so inherent in each of us and now called to be brought together.

My hope is to bring together the visions that women the world over have for Mother Earth, to help heal her - from my heart to your heart to the heart of Mother Earth. I don’t know where the quilt will lead us or when constructing it will end – all I know is to do what I’ve been asked to do.

Many women from all over the world have already joined with us to share the vision.

I invite you, your friends, family and colleagues to come along with us in this endeavour and infuse your vision into a cloth in whatever way you feel drawn to express yourself – tapestry, appliqué, painting, drawing, etc.

The quilt is on display at the Mia Mia Aboriginal Gallery in Australia

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