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  • Miura Shibori

    Miura Shibori uses the binding of small tufts of fabric, also known as looped binding. Using a hooked needle and plucking sections of the fabric, g...
  • Silk Chiffon SuperWrap, Sun and Sea

    We love silk chiffon and take it wherever we go, especially to the beach - or the Florida Everglades.. Chiffon is the best fabric to have on or over your body in the hot summer sun. It is extraordinarily lightweight and breathable, letting the breeze pass through while blocking the burning rays of the sun.
  • Babbit's Principles of Light and Color IX

    Written at the turning point in human spiritual evolution when the Kali Yuga age of materialism reached its end. Babbit was one of the researchers of the time investigating the non-material, etheric aspects of earthly phenomena. In this chapter he discusses the "finer" frequencies of color.
  • Shibori History and Definition

    Shibori is the Japanese word for a variety of ways of embellishing textiles by shaping cloth and securing it before dyeing.The word comes from the verb root shiboru, "to wring, squeeze, press." Although shibori is used to designate a particular group of resist-dyed textiles, the verb root of the word emphasizes the action performed on cloth, the process of manipulating fabric. Rather than treating cloth as a two-dimensional surface, with shibori it is given a three-dimensional form by folding, crumpling, stitching, plaiting, or plucking and twisting.

  • Babbit's Principles of Light and Color X

    From the 1878 book by Edwin Babbit.

    Written at the turning point in human spiritual evolution when the Kali Yuga age of materialism reached its end. Babbit was one of the researchers of the time investigating the non-material, etheric aspects of earthly phenomena. In this chapter he goes deeper into the "finer" frequencies of color and its perceptions. The use of colored light in the treatment of illness and disease became fashionable in America in the late nineteenth century. Babbit was one of the primary researchers of the time.

  • The Human Aura

    1916 book by Swami Pamchadasi (William Walker Atkinson) exploring the colors of the human aura. Color has frequencies far beyond what is commonly considered  the "visible" range. Some people can see these colors naturally and most can train themselves to eventually see the auric colors.