A Source of Creative Expression, Deep Connection & Transformation
This Mandala symbolism was first created by Carl Jung a noted psychologist and he began to explore the unconscious.
Creating a Mandala is a way for a person to strengthen the connective bond between themselves and the natural world and bring into the conscious mind that which is hides where it can then be examined.
When we remove ourselves from the busyness to slow down and tune into the natural environment answers emerge.
The Oneness Life and The Environment
Seeing Life through the lens of another Culture
I find the words to name a thing
The English Language
Does not hold the imagination
Of other nations
So like a traveler
On a journey
Going to places
That helps me to understand
My life and the environment
I find myself in.
Today I looked inside myself and realize
From whence I come
I look at the place I find myself in
I went outside
To nourish my plants
A small measure of coffee grounds
Some epsom salt for a plant that has withered
Trying to thrive
I looked at this bush and it’s roots
I went inside to get my ax
I started chopping and this bush
Which has died but still
Tries to live
I began to uncover the roots buried under ground
Each time I swung the ax
A small measure of hurt I began to release
I saw the doubt wither away
I saw the anger turn to sweat
As it appeared on my face
I wiped it away
And can continued to
Unearth the roots
The roots of my anger
The roots of my disgust
The roots of my doubt
And limiting beliefs
We’re all shattered to pieces as the lies,
Enter into the unknown.
It’s like looking through a door.
That has never been opened before.
You step through the opening,
Spread out your fingers
And feel your way through.
There’s nothing there
Except the chilling
Feel of the air.
Take one long breath,
Look back over your shoulder
See the path you’ve taken.
The jagged edges,
A little breath escape, The hair on your arm
Sends an alarm, Your heart begins to race.
You want to turn back, You’ve come much further
Than before, Another step, you stumble
A large tree appears and you grab hold.
And begin to climb,
Practiced all your life.
At the top
The sky begins to clear.
You see which way to go
Out-stretch your arms
Be carried to your destination.