Symbols: Stone, Mirror
Presiding Goddess: Ishikore-Dome
About Ishikore-Dome: This Shinto goddess is the protectress of all stone cutters and smiths, having fashioned the mold from which an eight-petaled mirror was made for Amaterasu (the sun goddess). The beauty of Ishikore-Dome's creation ws such that Amaterasu came out of hiding, bringing spring's wonderful sunshine with her! Similarly, Ishikore-Dome tempts us to come out of our home-cave today, explore and express our talents, and enjoy the warmer weather.
To Do Today:
The sign of Aries is said to produce a feisty, courageous spirit, which is exactly what it takes sometimes to stop being the proverbial wallflower and try new things. If there's an art form you've always wanted to try, or one that you love but hesitate to try because of perceived shortcomings, let Ishikore-Dome's encourageing energy nudge you into action today. Remember, Buddhists believe that developing artistic proficiency comes down to three things: practice, practice, practice!
To conduct yourself with greater courage and a unique artistic flair, make a simple Ishikore-Dome charm from a small mirror. Face-down on the mirror, glue a symbol of the area in your life in which you need more creativity, mastery, or mettle and cary it with you. This symbolically reflects your desire to the goddess.
From: 365 Goddess