Welcome to Ramblings where I write about my adventures, conversations with Land, healing and creativity, painting the landscape of your soul, the web of life, and being creative. Join in the conversation by adding your comments and experiences.
During the summer I had a dream, where I saw myself ceremonially placing seed pods in a hole on a hilly open landscape. The seed pods contained prayers for healing the Planet.
Since the Summer, I have been working on creating clay seed pods to be installed on the Earth. Each pod will contain a prayer for the Earth. The pods are made of local clay and the prayers are handwritten on paper. They will dissolve into the earth over the seasons. I am going to place the seed pods on the ground before December 1st, near Valley Forge Park in Pennsylvania.
Woo Hoo - We are celebrating a Birthday!
This month, Painting the Landscape of Your Soul turns 3 years old. Join me in the celebrations.
On early morning in September of 2012, I was doing my Shamanic daily practice. While I was sitting quietly, I held this question in my heart: What gift can I share with the world?
POST: A Journey of Body and Soul
Layla is a good-natured person, and a good friend. She’s also a feel-everything person. She can’t watch the news, because every sad story and tragic event affects her so deeply.
When Layla goes into the city, her Overwhelm Meter is off the charts. She feels pummeled by all the sights and sounds and smells in the city – it’s just too much for her overly sensitive nervous system. Even worse, she feels vulnerable, as if she’ll get mugged or trapped in some unsavory situation.
Many of you have read about the energetic opportunities for change that this solar eclipse is offering.The general consciousness, from astrologists to those who are connected to the earth rhythms of this planet to the Wise Ones, is that this is the time for transformation.
Today, because we humans are part of the Web of Life, we are called to align with the movement of the planets and the stars, to see our darkness and how it covers our light.
FULLNESS :: Two Perspectives
Most of us know the symbol that represents
YinYang. This Taoist symbol represents the
constant shifting of light to dark, of full to empty -
the ebb and flow of life. For example, when we get
too dense, we will naturally start to shift towards
lightness. When we get too full, we can burst or
choose to let go of stuff.
On January 1st, 2017, I promised myself that I would complete a "drawing a day,” and do what makes me happiest — Create!
I discovered/found that this process gives me a chance to reflect on my day: the good and the not-so-fabulous. The vulnerable and the wonder-filled, plus everything in between.
I choose to post the drawings as part of my journey of self-discovery - to allow all parts of who I am to be seen.
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