Full Moon Circle

W14 7 13 One Day Full Moon CircleAs I contemplate the classes I am writing,
I try to get out of the way to see what needs to be birthed.
Men and women both can birth, each in their own ways.
I set intention on an online circle.
Women and men, coming together to work with the feminine energy of the moon.
Learning how her cycles are connected to their watery bodies and emotions,
and how working with the cycles facilitates greater ease.

I want the feel of a circle dancing, in cyberspace!

Percolating, and watching the forces present signs:
A lovely lunch with a from Bellingham,
A righteous feminist who blames men for the woes of the world,
A pacifying artist who wants us all to get along,
A passage from the lojong I landed on last night:
“When you want to go, you want to stay.
When you want to stay, you want to go.”**
Restlessness of mind.  I want to be done already and the time is not yet right!

Note: After I published this, a second bit of writing came to me:
“The Circle, From a Crone’s Point of View.”

2014 7 13 One Day Full Moon Circle 300dpi copy

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** From Volume Two of the Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, Chogyam Trungpa, compiled by Judith Lief.

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About dkatiepowell

cat lover but misses our big dogs, gone to heaven. . . buddhist began as zennie then turned to tibetan AND interested in the study of various spiritual traditions. . . foodie, organic, lover of all things mik, partner in conservation business, making a dream happen insomniac who is either reading mysteries or autobio journal thangs or buddhism early in the morning when i can’t sleep. . . lover of dotz . . . and dashes –
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12 Responses to Full Moon Circle

  1. Cindy D. says:

    Wonderfully loose and dynamic. Evokes a positive feeling.

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  2. Debbie says:

    ‘Love this image of the dance of life, and the idea of the crone, watching. I feel like that sometimes, more detached, but not less happy, if that makes sense.

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  3. prachee says:

    your work is really different and so much from heart…..i love ur every post….they r very beautiful

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  4. Linda K says:

    love the beautiful looseness and energy this evokes!

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  5. deb says:

    Love how this turned out. So much movement! You are so very
    talented woman! Hugs! deb

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  6. Beautiful work. I love the colours and use of pen

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  7. This is truly wonderful. A positive effect.

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