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#haenulishin creo estas maravillas (entre otras) para demostrar la realidad de la depresión.

On the hardest of the days...🥀 #haenulishin #art #skeleton #illustration

Amazing work by Haenuli Shin👌 #haenulishin

I love this #HaenuliShin

A masterpiece #haenuli

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I got to model at A-Kon for @haenulishop !!! I'm the Hufflepuff! Everything was so beautiful I cryyyyy thank you Nunu for this experience I love you!!!

| Where is He? |
They say
energy can neither be created, nor destroyed.
But everytime I try to look for
my dearly departed
in the world around me,
I fail.
'Where is he ?'
I miserably fail.
Death is hardest to cope with,
it's permanence,
harder to make sense of.
Everytime I cry,
I feel his absence
residing in my tears.
He is dead
and
removed from the world,
But not a minute goes by
when he is not alive
in my head.
It is all in my head.
They say
energy can neither be created, nor destroyed.
Then, where is he ?

Dedicated to all those people who are trying to cope with the death of a loved one. Do share with someone who's going through the same.

#InsideAWaywardHead

Artwork by - Haenuli Shin

#Coping #WritersCorner #mentalhealth #lifeanddeath #writersuniverse #writersofig #writersofinstagram #writersnetwork #writerswrite #death #poetsofig #words #darkpoetry #wordporn #haenulishin #poetsofinstagram #wordgasm #poetrycommunity #poetscorner #copingwithdeath #dark #macabre #energy

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Regram from @deadmaidens "💀@trowel_and_bone here again! Here is an artist feature of one of my favorites 💀Haenuli Shin is a fashion designer and illustrator who owns a small brand and online clothing store where she sells beautiful Lolita dresses and accessories. She draws these very cool pieces featuring death herself, that are inspired by love, to cope with her depression. I pulled this from a blurb of hers I found online:
"When I visited the Paris Orsay museum, I saw many paintings but one old painting by Marianne Stokes (“Young Girl and the Angel of Death”), that was Death-like; it stood out to me. It was very interesting in human history how death or depression were messages and metaphors. They were shown in many different ways and forms throughout time. This gave me so much inspiration in dealing with my own depression. I thought about my lost friends, broken hearts and hard times that I’ve been through. I wanted to accept my depression and I started to draw with short messages. Even dark things give comfort, and often depression is the odd comfort for knowing us well." The skeleton featured in her drawings acts as a friend, confidant, and even appears to be a past lover. Her death-inspired love comics will soon be complied into a book entitled, Their Story: A Story You Don't Know" #deathpositive #deathart #death #haenulishin #loveanddeath #archaeology #bioarchaeology #physicalanthropology #trowelandbone #anthropology #art #deathandthemaiden #mariannestokes #skeleton #skulls #boneart

Regram from @deadmaidens "💀@trowel_and_bone here again! Here is an artist feature of one of my favorites 💀Haenuli Shin is a fashion designer and illustrator who owns a small brand and online clothing store where she sells beautiful Lolita dresses and accessories. She draws these very cool pieces featuring death herself, that are inspired by love, to cope with her depression. I pulled this from a blurb of hers I found online:
"When I visited the Paris Orsay museum, I saw many paintings but one old painting by Marianne Stokes (“Young Girl and the Angel of Death”), that was Death-like; it stood out to me. It was very interesting in human history how death or depression were messages and metaphors. They were shown in many different ways and forms throughout time. This gave me so much inspiration in dealing with my own depression. I thought about my lost friends, broken hearts and hard times that I’ve been through. I wanted to accept my depression and I started to draw with short messages. Even dark things give comfort, and often depression is the odd comfort for knowing us well." The skeleton featured in her drawings acts as a friend, confidant, and even appears to be a past lover. Her death-inspired love comics will soon be complied into a book entitled, Their Story: A Story You Don't Know" #deathpositive #deathart #death #haenulishin #loveanddeath #archaeology #bioarchaeology #physicalanthropology #trowelandbone #anthropology #art #deathandthemaiden #mariannestokes #skeleton #skulls #boneart

By Haenuli Shin, i love these #haenulishin #art #cute

💀@trowel_and_bone here again! Here is an artist feature of one of my favorites 💀Haenuli Shin is a fashion designer and illustrator who owns a small brand and online clothing store where she sells beautiful Lolita dresses and accessories. She draws these very cool pieces featuring death herself, that are inspired by love, to cope with her depression. I pulled this from a blurb of hers I found online:
"When I visited the Paris Orsay museum, I saw many paintings but one old painting by Marianne Stokes (“Young Girl and the Angel of Death”), that was Death-like; it stood out to me. It was very interesting in human history how death or depression were messages and metaphors. They were shown in many different ways and forms throughout time. This gave me so much inspiration in dealing with my own depression. I thought about my lost friends, broken hearts and hard times that I’ve been through. I wanted to accept my depression and I started to draw with short messages. Even dark things give comfort, and often depression is the odd comfort for knowing us well." The skeleton featured in her drawings acts as a friend, confidant, and even appears to be a past lover. Her death-inspired love comics will soon be complied into a book entitled, Their Story: A Story You Don't Know #deathpositive #deathart #death #haenulishin #loveanddeath #archaeology #bioarchaeology #physicalanthropology #trowelandbone #anthropology #art #deathandthemaiden #mariannestokes #skeleton #skulls #boneart

The answer came to me on the wings of Shamanic wisdom. There this feeling of being homesick is simply an experience along a soul’s journey, and our awareness of it becomes a turning point. According to the Shaman, we arrive in the world complete, but as we move through life we begin to energetically discard parts of ourselves. Sometimes that is by choice. The things we learn not to like, we disown—a part of our body that we perceive to be ugly; our desires, anger, or emotions that we were once chastised for. And sometimes it is through no choice of our own that parts of us leave. It is said that during traumatic experiences pieces of our soul become so frightened that they scatter.

If we wondered whether a place called home even exists, the Shaman say that yes it does, and our hunch was right—it is not outside of ourselves. It is our soul. The homesick feeling we sense actually belongs to the discarded pieces of our soul calling out to us to be found and welcomed back. Our job is therefore simply to gather those scattered pieces and invite them back in.

How do we do this? In the dictionary, one of the definitions for home is “where we flourish, and where we originate from.” So how do we begin walking back around the outer reaches of the spiral towards the center gathering the pieces of ourselves as we go?

First we can simply breathe a sigh of relief. Just to have the awareness of being unsettled and the desire to feel whole is enough to alert our inner voice to begin teaching us the way. Then it becomes a personal journey of self-reflection—one that should be looked upon with awe, curiosity, and great love. We gather these lost pieces back to us only once, so, as spiritual teacher Matt Kahn says, “Whatever arises… Love that.” #ComingHometoYourself #HigherSelf #soulsearching #homesick #welcomeback

So happy to get this in the mail today considering I been sick all day. It cheered me up. I just love her art work and this story, I feel like I can relate to it dealing with depression myself. I love that anyone can relate to this story and take something away from it that's different because it's not specific. I can't wait for her new book about mermaids. #theirstory #thierstorythestoryyoudontknow #haenulishin #haenulishop #skeleton #lolita #art #love #depression #loss #dealingwithdepression #dealingwithloss #book #supporttheartist

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