Art of Love, Mirror of The Soul

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Tenderness

To keep us tender in this world is the hardest yet most important thing. Our tenderness is our lifeline but it is so easy to lose when we fall prey to negativity. Our tenderness is where our greatest strength is. When we follow its thread of water, it leads us gently to our core; to the soil of our soul where despite hardships we remained resilient and unbreakable. In a way – our tenderness is our hardiness because no thing and no one was capable of destroying that soft part of us or take it away. This is our greatest power and the breaker of all evil eyes…

Soil of The Soul: Nurture, Seal & Bless Yourself

Our body skins are beautiful; they protect our organs but they are not rigid boundaries to the world outside of us. Beneath the outer skin, there is another skin – invisible skin – of the soil of our soul. This is our bridge to connect to everything and everyone around us. As highly attuned sensitive beings, we are open to perceive and feel the greatest blessings of our world and yet we are also open to feel pains and stress terribly. To keep ourselves tender yet protect ourselves – it is not needed to thicken our outer skin and harden our hearts – we just need to take care of our energy – to nurture, protect and bless ourselves…

Magic, The Natural Connection & The Silent Giant Things

Magic is a shapeshifter. The alchemists described it as “the ability to turn lead into gold” or in other words, it is the ability to turn something mundane into extraordinary. At its true essence, magic is a way of perceiving our world in a new way – engaging with it and falling in love with it again. It runs wild and free, as wild animals do – but it is not found outside of us – it is rooted and threads in our everyday life. Magic is a silent giant thing, found in no other place than the fertile soil of our soul. Magic is the sound of laughter; the laughter of those you love. Now is the time to remember ourselves…

November and Himself

November falls and like deep magick, it smells of cold amber. Cold enough to hold us to absolute honesty. The secret melody of the Piper seduces us towards the tender edges. To follow red hawk and wolf for half a moon – sometimes trees grow too wide and hide us from our eyes – but when love comes, it comes rushing in like endless ocean, wrapping our world in weightless blue – hunter and hunted marry barefoot in the deep wet black soil. Cold and bony are the trees, and land remembers the feet of those who fed it and the animals speak of the selfless kindness given to them when no one was watching…

What Cinderella Knows

Do we only accept someone’s “truth” as long as it fits our own narrative? And in many ways the story reflects what our society has become. If we truly cared about women empowerment – then we shouldn’t be hateful towards others. Empowerment is about supporting each other – not devaluing others to feel better. Calling a woman “anorexic” because she is thin is just as mean as calling an overweight woman “a fat cow”. Why are people who know all too well how it feels to be bullied, bully others? Is kindness pushed to retreat in the ashes because of others’ envy?…

What Sleeping Beauty Knows

Beyond the themes of true love, patience, integrity and kindness of heart, there is an underlying thread of the soul’s path towards self-realization and sacred union, including the concepts of soul’s destiny and reincarnation; a reminder of the importance of family support, trusting the sacredness in the unfolding of the unknown and following the desires of the soul regardless of what the future holds. Sleeping Beauty personifies the human soul going through its transformation as fate goes beyond the prediction of sleep…

Eros & Psyche: Soul Connection, Desire, Zephyr, Zahir and Leather

It’s a story of fate, soul connection, trust, loss, purification and redemption.
Eros (desire) and Psyche (soul or breath of life) remind us to breathe life into the desires of our soul; a story of soul meets body, for the purified true love capable of transcending time and space. It is a reminder of the importance of trust & self love first in order to…

What Do You Feed (and Why)? Story of Wolf.

We need to feed them both. Because when one is starved, it will wait around the corner in the shadow and come out craving for attention. Denying parts of ourselves essentially means rejecting ourselves. And anything suppressed becomes our master controlling us. Trust with Wolf. Let it guide you and free you. Peace is the mission…

Truth, Trust, Fear and Freedom

There is uncertainty and fear associated with admitting our truths. In a way, we renounce the security of our known life; of the familiar roles we have built which kept us safe but have now ran their course. Identifying with external things and people provides a false sense of security, but mainly, it causes a separation from our Self…

Exploring The Intimate Relationship

"Two lovers float entwined in one another, ensnared by their emotion. He envelops and engages; she resists and surrenders. They struggle as one with equal passion and with passion equally. She balances his head in her arms. She supports him and nurtures his soul. He...

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Art of Love, Mirror of The Soul  is dedicated to the sacred arts where I write articles on connection, intimacy, mysticism and folklore. My intention is to inspire an environment of love, empathy, emotional wellbeing and deepening our connections, so that we lead more spiritually fulfilling lives and build healthy relationships – by exploring the wisdom and secrets of our world and unveil the beauty beyond the veil and within ourselves.

My name is Lubomira, meaning ‘love and peace; great love’.  It is derived from lubov which means ‘love’ and mir ‘peace’.  I am a Bulgarian-Canadian writer, poet, humanitarian, intuitive empath, spiritualist, magical creator and author of best seller Moonhold.

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Moonhold is a lyrical, mystical, visceral and spiritual exploration of love and vision. Describing emotional landscapes with empathy and precision, the story explores the complexity of human connection and intimacy. A timeless meditation on love as it transcends physical touch into spiritual oneness, and on the strength and fragility of the human spirit as it builds new life from decay.

The title moonhold refers to holding space for love and life through all of its changing phases and uncertainties, as the waning is always held by the waxing. Flowing from one page to the next, all poems are untitled, interchanging minimalism with lyrical free verse to further portray the natural flow of love through all of its movings, stringing together words and perspectives as the necklace of life, inspired by the Buddhist philosophy of Indra’s net of jewels.

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A truly beautiful and masterful collection of poems. 

Beautifully rich and layered; lyrical longer pieces exploring love and separation are woven together with little pieces of heart and soul; the very ribs from the author’s own chest. The tension with which heartbreak is held by hope is exquisite; and told delicately, with profound and kind wisdom. The story gathers around the reader and I think will always be a part of us. I feel quite bereft now it’s finished and sit feeling stragely alone without its accompaniment. A truly beautiful and masterful collection of poems.

– Emma Blas, author of ‘No Less Wild Than The Wind’