Poem: Soul Window

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by
the
soul window
the mind
rests

 

– Deelia ©

 

Image:  Woman by the Window by Pablo Picasso / wikiart.org

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Poem: Naked for Soul Love

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It

is

always

safe,

just

as you

are,

to

bathe

naked

in the

cosmic

flowery

field

 

– Deelia ©

 

PS. Eros is in Pisces at the moment.

Image: wikiart.org / Nude with Flowers by Marc Chagall

Monthly Symbol: Shooting Star for December

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Star of the Hero by Nicholas Roerich. From wikiart.org. Click the image to enlarge.

Shooting star is my pick to be the symbol of December here at Soul Fields.  Wishes and dreams are being fulfilled. Connecting with our inner child we are able to see the miracles and magic everywhere and bring a sense of awe and wonder into our lives.

I chose an image of a male star gazer, because the female is so much the emphasis today when it comes to spirituality from the newer perspective. (Not that it is disconnected from the male point of view, quite the contrary.)

The Symbolism Behind a Shooting Star / Spice4Life

The Shooting Star – Symbol and Myth / A Seeker’s Thoughts

Added afterwards: Make a Wish Upon the Shooting Stars This Weekend / Donna Henes /Huffington Post (mythic shooting star meanings in different cultures)

Soulmate Story: Woman Paints Her Future Husband Before Meeting Him

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Artist Chloe Mayo. Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk

“An artist has married the man of her dreams four years after painting his lookalike in a prophetic piece of artwork.

In 2009, Chloe Mayo, who was single at the time, quickly dashed off an oil painting of her holding hands with a handsome, dark bearded man.

Not thinking anything more of the creation, the 31-year-old left the painting to gather dust in the corner of her living room….” Read the whole story here: Daily Mail UK

Poem: On the Road with Aphrodite

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I have shared this poem in my earlier blog (which doesn´t exist anymore), so some of you have seen it already. I just feel drawn to share it here as well.

 

I’ve been asking for the road
from the stars and the angels
from the seers and the cards,
from Egypt

I have asked,

and the clouds and the flowers
and the wind around,
from the brightest rainbow
I have asked

I have traveled through the time,
I’ve touched the stars,
I’ve been tiny as an atom,
and larger than the planet

I have fallen from the stars,
Risen up as well

I’ve been the dancer in the temple,
the priestess of the sun I’ve been,

the hierophant, the healer,
the servant, the beggar,
the young soul, the old soul,
the actor, the cobbler,

that magician too
I’ve been

All that I’ve been,
my friend, as
we’ve all been
that and all

until finally
Aphrodite
gently touches the forehead,
whispers:
Now it’s time, now it’s time,
the veils have been dissipated

You see now that
I am
in each one of you,
I am everywhere,
I am love, I am beauty,
I am love.

I am yours,
I am you and
you are me.

Please, embrace
the jewel
you’ve always been.

– Deelia © (ages ago)

 

Image: The Birth of Venus (Aphrodite), Alexandre Cabanel (1823–1889), public domain work of art from Wikimedia Commons

Fascinated by Symbolism

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I love symbols and metaphors for one thing because they transcend the limitations of the mind leaving space to our imagination, intuition and the limitlessness of the spirit beyond our physical presences. I also like to use positive symbols (according to my individual psyche) for energizing, readjusting and recharging my dreams and goals, both inner and outer ones. No labeling, nor any negative programmings relating to specific words and verbal expressions, and so on, can reach those symbols. They also work like magic, when I for example just energize the symbol and leave it there, let go. Even without thinking I then often notice my day magically beginning to adjust to support the goal/dream/purpose/state…whatever.

During my meditation journeys the universe/guidance speaks to me a lot in symbolic images, too, sometimes portrayed as “video clips” and even cartoon like images. Images are also easier to remember afterwards than verbal messages (which I receive also). They speak in practical ways as well, yet leave space for imagination and personal interpretation. It doesn´t even matter, if I am able to always translate them exactly correctly – and they often have many layers of meaning, also such that can´t even be translated by the mind. Receiving them in itself affirms my, our connectedness with the universe. I don´t always verbalize them to myself, nor analyze them further, but allow them to work beyond the mind as pure energies.

One of the images I just received during my energy meditation journey was Ankh. I received it as a part of a reply to a personal question of mine, and it carried also meanings of a more collective nature of the energies that were present. I myself reached new, personal layers relating to Ankh as a symbol, both those I can translate and those I can´t, just sensing the magic, Multidimensional Magic. Receiving the symbol inspired these two posts referring to the previous one: Ankh Meaning.

Image: Ankh, Djed and Sun

Facsimile of a vignette from the Book of the Dead of Ani. The sun disk of the god Ra is raised into the sky by an ankh-sign (signifying life) and a djed-pillar (signifying stability and the god Osiris) while adored by Isis, Nephthys, and baboons. The motif symbolizes rebirth and the sunrise.

Scanned from The Egyptian Book of the Dead: The Book of Going Forth by Day by James Wasserman et al.

Current location: British Museum

Source of the image and information: Wikimedia Commons