THE VORTEX DANCE – Sedona
LISTENing on the winds, I hear a gentle stirring. A sea of birds pass high above illuminating rays of light upon the rich azul sky. Below, the red earth landscape and vistas dressed in hues of rich reds and warm oranges stretch far beyond the naked eye. Giant cathedrals of Red Rocks play peek-a-boo from vista to vista along the bending road.
Turkish tea and the inquiry of life – Istanbul
A storekeeper stops me on the cobbled stone streets in the heart of Istanbul. Intrigued by my mandala shaped necklace around my neck, he inquires.
“Where did you get it?” “From France,” I say.
“Sit and have some çai with me, he offers.”
It’s an open air street, strewing with stores, cafes and people walking by, so I feel comfortable to accept his invitation. Everyone drinks çai together on the streets, here. It is kind and customary to accept the tea.
Mandala as a universal language – Istanbul
A Mandala (Sanskrit Maṇḍala, ‘circle’) is a spiritual and universal symbol representing the universe and is an integral part of both ancient and modern cultures.
THE HEART CENTER – Haleakala, Maui
The MANDALA invites us to enter into an infinite space of ONEness and HARMONY.
Together, we tap into the primordial vastness of our heart centers in unison with the heartbeat of the earth and all living beings.
As a united circle we awaken the universal heart of ALL…
We are the Earth. We are the Cosmos. – Humboldt
VIBRATING from all four corners of this vibrant blue green EARTH,is a pulse imprinted in the design of its very own unique heartbeat. This very pulse flows within each and everyone one of us in harmony with the Infinite Universe as written in the very strands of our DNA.