In the subtle silence, a connection is felt. Behind closed eyelids, a faint slither of wavelength energy is before your eyes. The witnessing of this grey-light energy causes the sensation of butterflies in your stomach. The energy enters your mind, connecting to the pineal gland, connecting mind and body. This recognition of mind and body … Continue reading Meeting your Body for the First Time
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Artist: Willow Arlenea
Found at: Spirit that Moves Me
We are the receivers of life, given a sacred purpose to protect a spirit as it grows and develops into a body, inside a warm secure womb, within a body. We are women. From the animal that which lays an egg, either on land or water – even the tiniest of insects –
they too are women, and they too hold the sacred ‘gift’ of receiving life to help nurture, develop, and protect. They too hold a spirit that forms into a body that can with stand the atmosphere on Earth.
The most intriguing and possibly the most powerful of the creatures, is the spirit of the human woman. Humans may not be the physically strongest of the Earth’s creatures, nor the largest, but we are the most intellectual, surviving not solely on instinct, or engraved ancestral memories, but we evolve…
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Mythology is the make up of our unconscious, starting point of our dreams, aspirations, and imagination. I have always been fascinated by mythology, mythical creatures, and legends of the world. These stories and images help us develop a perception of the world in early childhood, and continue to be guides throughout adulthood. C. G. Jung … Continue reading C.G. Jung: Mythology
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11.1: I am thankful for the desert’s clear blue skies, crisp Autumn air, and bright sun – the desert is seemly magical this time of year
11.2: I am thankful for mi familia, my family, who without them, without their support and love, I would not be where I am today, happy and (nearly) free of depression, depression that I’ve had since I was a young child (10 years old). My dreams are coming true with their love and support.
11.3: I am thankful for my imagination, and where it takes me in my dreams – my nightly inspiration. Without dreams I would not have inspiration for my creative works, and without my creative work I’d have no motivation to make internal dreams into an external reality. Thank you, imagination, for providing me beautiful imaginary to perceive the world around me, to understand myself, and to provide strength to carry…
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This year was filled with a cluster of affirmations related to happiness, self-worth, soul-speech and to not take yourself so seriously. Furthermore, this year had a dash of reflections with Tid-bits of my imagination and a glimpse of a one-day Young Adult novel. Also, this blog year was filled with creative expressions related to the … Continue reading Year 4: Life, Reflections, Myths, Psyche