Unique Snow Falls on the Mountain (continued) November 14, 2010Posted by TheIntentionalSage in Nature, Visions.
Tags: Fractal, Knowledge, Mountain, Snow, Stillness, Unique, Vision, Wisdom, Within
(This Imagining is a continuation of the imagining started on May 30th, 2010, and can be found here: Unique Snow Falls on the Mountain)
Vaskal, still on his side and looking at the various snow crystals, wondered what these new discoveries really meant to him. He had always considered knowledge to be an important part of his time here in this life, but he never had really considered knowledge acquisition to be part of his trips up the mountain. Now that he was where he was, he was trying to figure out what other kinds of knowledge he had acquired on his times coming up the mountain. Had he gained other knowledge in coming up the mountain? How would he figure it out? What other kind of knowledge could he have gained? Weren’t these trips just for the joy of it?
Follow the Drum and the Eagle (continued) November 9, 2010Posted by TheIntentionalSage in Nature, Visions.
Tags: Drum, Eagle, Indian, Lasagna, Shaman, Synchronicity, Vision, Wisdom
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(This Imagining is a continuation of the imagining started on June 5th, 2010, and can be found here: Follow the Drum and the Eagle)
Auminda, visibly shaken from the set of experiences that just happened, sat on the edge of the bed. He reached over and picked up the eagle feather to examine it more closely. Yessiree, it was an eagle’s feather, alright. Had he just imagined all this? Had he really just found an eagle’s feather on his pillow after having that shamanic journey? This was a little spooky, almost too synchronistic for Auminda. He thought that maybe he should call someone. He scooched over closer to the telephone and began to dial.
Wedded by Imagining and Visioning July 25, 2010Posted by TheIntentionalSage in Nature, Visions.
Tags: Eye Gaze, Imagine, Silence, Sun, Vision, Water, Wedding, Wind
It was early in the morning, before sunrise, of course, and Dilinea (pronounced dill-in-ee-uh) had woken up before Trinaple (pronounced trin-uh-pull). Because of this, he, Dilinea, decided that he would meet her, Trinaple, down at the water’s edge. He didn’t want to disturb her slumber and he knew that she wouldn’t miss this day. He knew that she would definitely wake up in time for what was about to happen. After all, they were about to profess their love for each other – a rather important thing to both of them.