I am so excited to share the very first piece to arrive from our Wearable Art Collection which I wore out to lunch yesterday to show it off publicly and I did indeed get lots of wonderful complements. It’s called … Continue reading
This painting by my husband Nazim Artist entitled MerKaBa (c) is an oil on Canvas and this is the basis for the MerKaBa collection of tops and scarves. Merkabah, also spelled Merkaba, is the divine light vehicle said to be used by … Continue reading
Greetings and blessings! Just wanted to share some good news with you and that is that the Garifuna international indigenous Film Festival has chosen me, Celeste Yarnall, Ph.D as their 2016 Keynote Speaker and Ambassador! Please hold the dates to attend … Continue reading
Grounding, is a new buzz word for many of us who have learned the importance of connecting with Mother Earth. But have we thought much about the importance of grounding to our companion dogs? In a new book entitled, PALEO … Continue reading
The painting FEMME Women Healing the World by Nazim Artist Femme: Women Healing the World is a new award winning documentary film directed by Emmanuel Itier which my husband Nazim Artist and I produced. I am also a featured speaker … Continue reading
Please join Nazim and me along with our film’s director Emmanuel Itier and fellow producer Margie Yee Webb at this @Tugginc screening of Femme in Sacramento CA, December 5, 2013! We are hoping to be able to display this magnificent … Continue reading
Greetings, As you can see by the smile on my face in the photo below I am overjoyed to have the BEMER in Nazim’s and my paradigm which we call the Art of Wellness Collection. I had no idea when … Continue reading
By Celeste Yarnall, Ph.D A new award winning, documentary film, entitled FEMME: Women Healing the World, directed by Emmanuel Itier and executive produced by Sharon Stone, has recently opened in Los Angeles and New York City and is also being streamed … Continue reading
The directors cut of FEMME – Women Healing the World, directed by Emmanuel Itier is currently being screened at various film festivals across the county. Nazim and I are so proud to be among the producers of this amazing film. I am honored to be interviewed and Nazim is over the moon to have 8 of his paintings included, as well.
For the last three years, director/producer Emmanuel Itier has been interviewing women around the globe about the state of the world and what we can do to save our planet and life as we know it. The consensus is that men and women need to use both the masculine and feminine sides of their natures and work together to shift the world towards a more balanced ethos.
FEMME is a daring undertaking, executive produced by Sharon Stone, that starts with the Goddess cultures and traces how the loss of the Sacred Feminine, the diminishment of women, the rise of patriarchy and the development of capitalism have affected our planet. It concludes that now is the time for women to step up and guide the way toward a world of caring economics that benefits everyone on the planet, not just men or a select group of elites.
Included are interviews with visionaries and scholars such as Jean Shinoda Bolen, Jean Houston, Marianne Williamson, Riane Eisler, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Gloria Steinem, Angela Davis, yogi Seane Corn, Rickie Lee Jones, shaman Sandra Ingerman, Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Shirin Ebadi, Mairead Maguide, Jody Williams, Celeste Yarnall, Barbara Lazaroff, Carole Wells, T.S. Wiley , Sharon Stone and many more.
FEMME was a huge success at the Awareness film festival and received a standing ovation by 800 women at a women’s conference in Aruba. Next screenings for FEMME for the Spring 2013 season will be Palm Beach then Bermuda then Santa Barbara for a special U.N Association sponsored screening!
Watch the trailer for FEMME!
Please contact me Celeste@artofwellnesscollection.com for possible screening opportunities.
I’d like to thank everyone for reading my Celestial Musings Blog this year and want to wish you all a very happy New Years. It’s wonderful to be able to pause and reflect, or as I like to say ‘muse’ a bit on … Continue reading