REGENT HONEY EATER ASKS YOU TO CREATE A WHOLENESS FROM MANY FACETS.
The Regent Honeyeater goes about its business in a delicate and precise way. It’s not an aggressive honeyeater like others in its territory and so can sometimes be pushed out of its space.
But what Regent Honeyeaters message brings is to remind you to consider the many facets to your situation or to your sense of self.
You are not merely a parent or artist or business owner, you are much more than any label can place on you and those different facets of yourself play equal role in the wholeness of your life.
Just like the Regent Honeyeaters major role in keeping the Eucalypt forests pollinated for not only for its own survival but for the survival of the Koala and other animals, its part of the whole ecology of the area, not just for its own survival.
Sometimes things can look and act delicate and precious as the Regent Honeyeater may seem at times, though there’s a hardiness and determination there. It can draw upon its many aspects, skills and facets and its environment, to complete itself; to be whole. Just like a diamond; precious, beautiful but hard AF.
Regent Honeyeater’s home: Mainly NSW and Victoria with pockets over the Great Dividing Range.
Regent Honeyeater’s current status: Critically Endangered
Threats to Regent Honeyeater’s: Deforestation, removal of ironbark trees for fencing,
Creating A Sacred Space with Sacred Art
The process and belief behind these prints are to bring the energy and message of an Australian Bird in order to connect with natures sacredness and to integrate that into your space. Birds, animals, trees and other beings are intertwined with natures cycles, land and wisdom and hold special knowledge in which you can draw from. Placing these sacred artworks in your space or at your altar helps to create and tap into your own wisdom and provide powerful symbols for ritual work, spiritual goals and sacred space.
Each image will eventually become a part of an oracle card deck.
Your purchase will help make a difference.
*$10 from each print is donated to Birdlife Australia for their Threaten Bird Network program.