One evening I sat in my living room, having a cup of tea when I suddenly saw, out of the corner of my eye, a Weasel streaking up the curtains and taking up position on top of the curtain pole! I was so surprised! She was too!
I gathered myself and wondered, firstly, how on earth had she got into our cottage and secondly, how on earth was I going to get her out again? So I decided the best way was to open up the doors to the back door, to keep the kitchen dark and to sit very quietly, so she could find her way.
I also began to visualise from her eye view how she would be able to leave and get back to the wild of the fields once more. Sure enough, after a few minutes, she moved into the kitchen, then into the utility room and finally scooted out of the back door. What an amazing and very special encounter, that I will always cherish.
Weasels are a wonderful part of our ecosystem and such powerful and strong predators. Yet so tiny that they can fit through a wedding ring! At just 25cm long at most, in fact, they are the most powerful predator comparatively speaking in the UK. Isn’t that amazing?
Weasel medicine helps you to get out of tight situations and teaches you about the power of graceful, solitary and silent movement. You don't always need to be noticed!
Observing quietly will reveal much to you and the Weasel is the master teacher! Bringing this amazing huntress into your home or work space will help you to learn their lessons and integrate them into your day to day life.
I co created this original of this piece on crisp white cartridge paper using Polychromos pencils. I am delighted to offer this original piece mounted and ready to frame.
I donate 10% of all sales of this piece to The Derbyshire Wildlife Trust who are working hard to protect wildlife in their natural habitat.
"Weasel Huntress" Original
Original Piece, mounted and ready to frame measures 41cm x 32cm.
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