The Sacred Earth basks in moonlight,
exhales serpentine trails of energy and light.
Ecstatic to share Moon’s fullness tonight & surprised to see what was revealed as I bathed in her moonlight (photo taken around 8:30 pm: no flash, no photoshop, just an open heart in love with La Luna).
“Ten thousand poets have viewed ten thousand moons,
this moon, just one.” – Soji (Gary Barnes)
Full moon blessings, dear ones!
Dear wanderers, if you’ve been wondering, I’ve been taking a creative hiatus or perhaps a creative hiatus has been taking me for a swirl, right after teaching ‘Make Space for Joy’ in my online sacred flow circle. It was a deeply transformative experience. The nature of the material was precisely letting go to make space for joy, in a feminine approach to self & space renewal.
“Let your life lightly dance on the edges of time like dew on the tip of a leaf.” ~ Tagore
Death is part of life, and yet, it is the ultimate OTHER. DEATH: Unfortunately, an ugly, unspoken word in our culture, still taboo in our glorification of only one aspect of manifestation, which really thrives in the embrace of both life and death kissing each other. There is no creation without dissolution; they are the yin and yang & the ebb and flow of life forming the natural rhythm of the world.
For all of you feeling like rebirth is in order, you have a brand new day marking the beginning of a new cycle in the Chinese calendar. Nothing spells rebirth in my nature book more than snake/serpent, a great teacher this beautiful and mythical animal/spirit, often misunderstood and reviled for her sensuality in most religions. She was, however, worshiped as the representation of the underworld, the realm of the feminine, a sacred symbol of the Goddess in pre-patriarchal times…
I find this image breathtaking and deeply haunting..Bless the heart and hands of the artist who kissed the violated and decaying body of a building in ruin with Klim’s art to reveal the love that is always there and never dies.