Nuoh is a slow moving Pokémon, often compared to Yadon in terms of laziness. They float along water bodies all day, taking in the sun. At night, they sleep. Nuoh is only awake for 2 hours a day, and most of that time is spent on its side. The one activity most like to partake in is rolling around in mud.
(P.S. New Pokémon drawing every single day. Commissions open! firstname.lastname@example.org. Yes, that is a reference to the XY anime episode. I hope Dedenne meets up with Satoshi’s Numelgon again some day.)
8 Methods of Grounding and Connecting to the Earth’s Frequencies
The term grounding means connected to the Earth, and it is one that spans numerous different cultures, traditions, and spiritual practices. While it is associated with feelings of balance, connection, centeredness, sinking, being anchored and in the flow, I would like to explore the greater implications of what is happening every time you go outside and relax into nature.
All species upon our planet are shaped by the forces and presence of the Earth and the cosmos, and as such this connection is deeply inherent to a sustainable state of well-being. The Earth, as an organic and inorganic system, is constantly bathing all life on the planet with its highly ordered and coherent electromagnetic field. The natural tendency of an organism is to couple with the Earth’s energy field, and come into a state of mutual cooperation and harmony with its external environment, finding its niche and its place within a system.
Some more background-less ones from the last few days – of the ones that work without a background. Some are cropped or have too many effects that mess with transparency.
Gomazou, Fushide, Miniryu
Phanpy, Venipede, Dratini
I’m going to be retroactively re-doing the earlier days where things were rougher, so I’ll be continuing the little story of the two wheel Pokémon here that have a rivalry going, so chronologically it’ll go:
Gomazou has orange pads that are the consistency of rubber. When it rolls into a ball, it absorbs shocks like a good tire. They’re small, but they eat ten times their weight. It’s to keep their skin rubbery, and their bodies strong enough to roll for a long time.
(P.S. Daily new Pokémon drawings every single day! What a weird coincidence that Gomazou was in yesterday…! Commissions and up to 8.5″x14″ prints of existing drawings available!! Contact email@example.com!)