Kimberly Nogueira  the healers Kim Nogueira

the healers   brooch/pendant


We can not solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them  -  Albert Einstein

In order to manifest the changes that are necessary to bring our planet’s bio-systems back to health, we need to heal ourselves first. The remedy is to travel deep within, truly get to know ourselves, investigate our motivations, connect with our emotions on a mature level and begin to heal the ancestral, childhood, physical, collective and/or psycho-social wounds and trauma that have contributed to our allowance of this degradation of our precious world and our sacred communities to take place. We need to acknowledge our shadow self, and come to terms with our experience of this current collective “dark night of the soul” so that we can act, rather than react.

Who are we and why are we here? Reaching more deeply and profoundly into our imaginations, into the unseen realms of consciousness and the mind, into the quest for expanded meaning, will deepen our interconnectedness to each other and the earth and promulgate regeneration and renewal and a wonderland of new ideas and non-local possibilities for healing first ourselves and then our communities and the earth. These three amulet brooch/pendants address the shadow self, the profound power of the imagination in creating reality, and our innate capacity for self/community healing through conscious intent. They function as a bridge between the physical, material realms and the invisible, unseen and mysterious territory of the mind, where the catalyst for global rejuvenation will take place.

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Kimberly Nogueira  shadow self
shadow self    brooch/pendant    silver, copper, steel, antique tintype    8.4 x 4.6 x 1.5 cm   2018
Kimberly Nogueira  the healers
the healers    brooch/pendant    silver, copper, steel, antique tintype    9.3. x 5.2. x 1.5 cm   2018
Kimberly Nogueira  murmur
murmur    brooch/pendant    silver, copper, steel, antique tintype    7.5 x 4.9 x 1.5 cm   2018
Kimberly Nogueira group of pieces
The pieces as a group