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Full Strawberry Moon Dreamboard

Today I decided to dream under the full moon
 along with Jamie Ridler and company.
This is my intuitive creation,
 I had forgotten how relaxing and therapeutic
cutting, ripping and glueing can be!

As usual, it was a totally intuitive process
and this is what I'm reading into it~

Lots of red for energy, 
I have to pace myself these days
due to the lack of it.
Fresh fruit to give me energy, cherry picked 
denoting quality,  I'm worth it!

 A pop of yellow bringing sunshine into my life.
Through the corner of my eye though, matters
of the heart are catching my attention,
I'm learning lessons!

Yin Yang reminds me of balance,
whilst the stiletto heel is saying be a shade braver!
This is timely advice for me, 
which I intend to take
because 
I'm planning my own Art & Yoga retreat
 where I will be leading on art,
collage dreamboards
are top of the list!

Wish me Luck!

If you haven't dreamboarded before
 now is the time, it's great fun, 
see others for inspiration 
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Comments

Great board. Love your intrepretations of it.
Meri said…
This is great soul work. Love the yoga pose -- it's so tied in with the creation of your workshop. We all have something worth sharing, something the world needs. Bravo!
gemma said…
This is awesome. I love the messages we get from our intuition. I'd like to try this (making a full moon dream board). Wishing you all the energy and balance you need for your endeavors.
:-)
Stephanie said…
The intensity of the red is so juicy and really draws me in.
Noelle Renee said…
Oh Sue, this is fantastic. It is full of energy and soul. And the stiletto heel..oh my! It is all quite Jungian really..very archetypal, I am completely with you on this. I would love to be doing this. I am a little reminded of Fran's Soul collage card's but this seems much more of a collective of images. It is beautiful, vibrant, "juicy" as Steph says and so adventurous! I wish you the best on your new journey. I can hardly wait to see the next one!
xoxox,
Noelle
Dawn Elliott said…
I love the play by play of all the elements in your dreamboard...each one significant and blending together so beautifully. Good luck with your retreat!
rebecca said…
loving the textures of your dreams here...the layering of mystery and reveal!

mostly i am as full as the moon in happiness and encouragement for your retreat!

welcome to your blissful adventurous life!!
Helen said…
all the best for your art and yoga retreat! That's a beautiful and juicy board. Go pick those cherries of life!

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