Living from the EartHeart
LIVING FROM THE EARTHEART
Thank you for visiting. This site holds space for insights about living from the Earth's Heart.We are mirrors of each other. Whatever brought you here and whatever brought my words to you is part of a sharing of presence; an affirmation that we both exist in embodying our own journeys side by side.. an affirmation that we are One.
The EartHeart Journey is a sharing of my experiences from earth, heart, and art. My reflections have evolved on so many levels since I started journal writing when I was 11. What used to be a blog for my art projects and some public musings is now becoming a portal for sharing about consciousness, creativity, sustainability… of light, life, and love. Everything here is part of a sacred journey to oneness within and everywhere. However you resonate, may it reveal to you you inspiration, intuition, or insight for your own life journey.
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Saturday, September 24, 2011
A Co-Creative Mandala for EARTHDANCE
After this, I've got 3 more mandala projects until December. One is with orphan children, another for puja/fire rituals, and a mandala workshop using the ancient Filipino script Baybayin with my Diwata friend Mini Gavino. There's also a possible mural project using Islamic and Christian mandalas. Reflecting on these schedules, this time, I asked for a name for the mandalic co-creations that I can use instead of just solely using my own. What was revealed was the word Diwa-Ta Mandala Co-Creations. This came because I asked about how one can represent and channel sacred and co-creative work. It is not primarily my work or creation. So with this new name, I continue to honor the co-creative process with the sacred, with fellow artists, people, and the earth that take place in creating beautiful sacred circles for ritual spaces, workshops, and expressive arts. There is deep meaning in the name and will blog more about it soon.
Donations to seedling exchange at P100 and P300 for reforestation seedlings help support the work of Earth Dance artists and performers in promoting eco-peace and cultural values in communities.
Here's the link to the facebook event: