Prosperity Mandala (Circles of Prosperity) © Sue O'Kieffe 2011
I woke up on New Year's Eve day remembering a dream.
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I was approaching a round red door. It was huge. I was hearing the words Prosper. Power.Passion.
I saw the circular door as a portal. I felt in awe of the power in the red before me.
I've been thinking about this dream for the past couple of days
and knew that I wanted to create a mandala to commemorate and celebrate the feeling from the dream. I don't know a lot about feng shui, but I do know that in the East, red represents prosperity and in the West it represents love and passion. This is all simplified, I know. Maybe some of you know about these concepts and can fill me in a bit.
So here we are at the end of the old year/beginning of the new year reflection part of the program:
I'm proud of what I accomplished in 2010
. I lost 30 pounds (now 40 pounds in total), got my art out in the world, (etsy. three art shows. 7 local greeting card vendors. 3 calendars) and really began to focus on what prosperity means to me. I spent an awesome 90 days in a Prosperity Consciousness Raising
class with Sage Taylor Kingsley-Goddard. (By the way, she is having free TelAttunements teleseminars tomorrow January 4th and January 18th.Here's
the details. I am sharing this with you as a recommendation. I am not an affiliate of her program right now). And what I have I learned from this program? Love myself first. Everything else follows.
For the past three years I have chosen a word of the year instead of making resolutions that don't work.
I don't know if these words work either, but they do give me some focus. I taped them on my computer monitor so I won't forget. I don't remember last year's word. It appears I never wrote about it. But this year I choose to Love and Prosper.Active, powerful verbs, filled with lots of juicy red, methinks.
Happy New Year, everyone. May it be filled with your heart's desires!
Sacred Circle Mandalas