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Dreaming under the Full Corn Moon

Jamie Ridler says ~
"The practice of creating a dreamboard
each month is a great way of tapping into 
the shifting tides in the natural world as well as in your life.

Today we’re celebrating the 
Full Corn Moon
the beginning of harvest season, 
a celebration of the fruits of golden summer 
and a preparation for what is to come". 

My Dreamboard

Oh yes I totally agree!
As per normal I consulted Jamie's dreamboard post 
to view the details of this month's full moon 
and get in the 'zone', 'tuned in'.

Having done that, the magazines came out next,
I didn't have any new ones since last time, so I recycled!
It's amazing when you think you have exhausted that glossy, 
new images and words pop out at you!

Having selected, cut and ripped, I decided not to .
glue my findings into a collage,
I just arranged them,
on the table.

Next I photographed them and proceeded to 
process and add a little colour
using Picnik.

Here's my interpretation of this intuitive creation:
Blogging Angel Support - far right
One angel living on the continent of Australia - far top left
A window of opportunity - centre

I take this to mean my imminent ~

I will be leading on this at
the end of the month ~

There will be an intuitive photo walk - centre
followed by 
Reflexology and massage - centre
I must pay

to prepare for a relaxing and creative weekend.
Last not least, I must remember to 'be' ideally with Grace'
which happens to be my adopted name for the year! - bottom writing
for more dreamboards under this

Full Corn Moon



How wonderful! There's such a joyous feeling of elegance and delight.

Congratulations on your retreat. May it be all that you dreamed and more. Sending love and belief in you and your dreams.
I pulled for magazines I already had as well. Somehow it was more fun to find the treasures I had "missed" the first time. Every month new messages, so why not. I love the colors in your board. My your MOONth be filled with dreams come true.
Wonderful moving and graceful energy in your dream board ~ and lots of life and activity as well as time of 'being' ~ thanks for sharing ~ and may your retreat be even better than you planned! namaste, Carol ^_^
It got my attention. Love it.
jtaormino said…
The monochromatic scheme made it feel really powerful. Never thought to arrange, photograph and process... thanks for the idea!

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