Happy! Joyous! Free!
I opened my mouth and those words tumbled out
My hips swayed to an internal rhythm,
My feet shuffled and stomped on the floor.
Happy! Joyous! Free!
This is the call my Spirit sings
This is my remembering.
Fruit of Life Mandala is a synergistic dance blending the energies of dahlia flower and rose quartz crystal, and is imbued with the energies of six (harmony, balance, love and truth) and the ancient sacred geometric pattern called The Fruit of Life.
I’m going to share a secret with you. I don’t really like writing about the mandalas that come through me.
When Tracie asked if I would guest post for her this Friday, I happily said yes and then panic set in. Oh, yes, this meant writing would be involved. So this morning I set upon an experiment, opened the computer file, opened my mouth and wondered what would happen next. Happy Joyous Free is what happened. The next thing I knew, I was dancing and happiness was bubbling throughout my body.
And this would be my offering to you as well, for those times when you are faced with trials that your ego believes demands some unattainable perfection that no one but you gives a hoot about anyway.
Open your mouth and let the messages of your True Self and Spirit reveal themselves to you. This little exercise made me really happy and let me remember that, even during times of angst, these qualities will show themselves as who I really am!
Fruit of Life and eleven other mandalas will be showcased in my upcoming 2013 calendar Circles of Harmony. (Note from Tracie: I’ve loved looking at my 2012 calendar from Sue all year! They make awesome holiday gifts. You should definitely connect with Sue through Facebook or email about getting your own calender.)
About our guest artist Sue O’Kieffe
I am a physical and emotional intuitive, visionary artist, and healer. I have been creating mandalas since the mid 90′s; in 2005 I began creating digital mandalas from my own photographs of the beauty I find around me everyday. I love communicating with Nature and listening to the stories she has to share. These mandalas are her spiritual portraits; I am merely a conduit for what wants to be expressed.