Gosh... if it wasn't for the lovely Tracy Verdogo keeping up with her blog promise whilst she's in NZ... I may well have forgotten mine tonight!!! I get so busy with thinking, and errands and stuff... this blog thing still isn't falling into place automatically.
I ended up driving those two paintings I was 'struggling' to finish... to be photographed today .. so that's some closure of a kind... I'm glad of that.
While waiting for scanning to be done.. I took myself to a delightful place for some tea :) Not all chai's are alike. I am better off with English Breakfast of Earl Grey next time I decided.
On my drive today with shuffle on my iphone... 'Dancin Daisy' card came up... she's from Tori Hartman's Color Wisdom Cards, and she's all about JOY. See if she's helpful for you too:
Dancin' Daisy represents a new phase in life, the acceleration of all the events that happen. Dancin' Daisy saisy, "Come to me and jump beyond what you belive, into a new possibility." The Daisy tells you to take action where you may not have previously.
Dancin' Daisy is the life energy. She is connected to enthusiasm. Dancin' Daisy is physical expansion and embodies in physical form the example we all seek. She represents a joyous time for you: a move, a job, or another significant change, such as a marriage. (It's no surprise then that I ran into the lovely Kim Morrison at the store.. she embodies this so well!)
This also signifies taking a risk that will work with faith and trust. This is the moment after the leap, when you cannot see where you will land. The Daisy is a reassurance that you will land on your feet; so keep the faith.
Dancin' Daisy also represents radiant health. The Great Spirits can only manifest through us if we honour the physical body we inhabit. This may mean that you need to adopt a good physical fitness regimen. Your will to heal yourself is great.
I'm seeing this as the new phase in my life.. where I'm reaching right out of my comfort zone... to push the boundaries and learn new things. ... like Blooming True in Bali!
I love daisy's.
bye for now,
love Denise xo
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