Monday, January 24, 2011

Dancing the Dream Mandala

Dancing the Dream Mandala (Power Shield Series) © Sue O'Kieffe 2011
source image: guinea fowl feather

Dream, the voice whispered, and cautiously they opened their hearts, a little at a time. The drumbeats started, and soon they were one with the healing  the drumbeats offered.
Dance, the voice encouraged. The drumbeats carried them, and their hearts opened wider while their feet stomped and caressed the earth.
Feel, the voice offered, and Love burst forth as bright as the stars and deep as the seas. And they knew they were safe to feel everything their hearts desired.
And they danced all night to the sound of the drums and the stars and the ocean waves, and they  remembered forever who they were.

Bright blessings,
Sue O'Kieffe
Sacred Circle Mandala

Dancing the Dream Mandala is available for purchase now in my Etsy shop


Julie Bernstein Engelmann said...

As soon as I laid eyes on this I started to hear the drumbeats.
And then I saw you painting power designs on shields in a past life!

healingmagichands said...

Seems so aboriginal in essence, I too could sense the drum beats in the distance, hear the drone of a digiridoo.

Cate Rose said...

One of your very bestests!

On Slender Threads said...

How magical . . . your Mandala creation, your words, your invitation into the Dance!

Unknown said...

I am appreciative of all your comments.
Julie, I am aware somewhat of that lifetime of creating power shields and I am grateful for that validation.
Ellie - yes, I felt the aboriginal connection too and long fires burning deep into the night
Connie - bestest is high praise. thank you.
Kay - you grok it. thank you ♥

Julie Bernstein Engelmann said...

Oh yes, the long fires! I felt that too! And something breathy, like different rhythms of in and out breaths is part of the dance. The breath is kind of hot - maybe smoking something.

Gabi Greve said...

This is really lovely!
Thanks for sharing!

Gabi from Japan

Teri said...

A beautiful mandala and beautiful words!

Kat W said...

This is beautiful and the words are so moving.

The past few months I've been enjoying hand drawing mandalas. Today I bought some new paints to attempt to paint my mandalas on canvas.

Kat :-)

Unknown said...

Gabi - Thank you for all the times you have stopped by and commented here
Teri -thanks!
Kat - how exciting to be venturing into the world of paint with your mandalas!
Julie - your comment has almost left me speechless. Thanks for coming back a second time ♥