A Mandala Journey:  Resting in the Darkness

A Mandala Journey: Resting in the Darkness

Hope, Spirituality
Day 1:  Resting in Darkness Interestingly, I cannot quite follow directions and paint an entirely black or very dark circle.  My thoughts lead me to the regenerative spirit of darkness.   Where there is regeneration, there is not an absence of color, maybe an absence of imagination.  Or that may be quite arrogant!  I am reminded that Jesus rested in the darkness from Friday to Sunday.  Between life and life again.  As I was painting, I almost felt the darkness coming alive and looking at me as an old crone looks with inquiry onto the world.  Creative response: darkness  in the darkness vibrancy is disguised as death. form overtaking what is life.  Journey with me through a creative experience over the next bit where I use mandalas and a specific exercise in "The Mandala Workbook" b

If we could see…

Christianity, Discernment, Hope, Love, Religion, Spirituality, Theology
if if we could feel just a little of the brokenness of the world and the cosmos and the creator the children who hunger amidst prosperity the killers whales poisoned in their own seas the plains that dehydrate as water is moved the wondrous space polluted as debris is flung outward the god who flinches with every lash of ignorance poison abuse decay if we could feel just a little of that we would weep. © 2010, Terri Stewart