May is bound to bring lots of unexpected opportunities will be on their way, so get your dancing shoes on and gear ready. Keep an open mind, try many different new things. Give your sense of adventure a twirl.
Do YOU remember dancing around The May Pole?
Okay so that may seem like a celebration of the past, but being in nature and celebrating with dance is a solid way to lift your spirits.
Trees have always been the symbol of the great vitality and fertility of nature. Traditionally May Pole dancing was performed by the young girls from the Medieval villages as part of the May time celebrations. The May Pole was connected with the Celts.
Go buy some colourful ribbons. There may not be a May Pole around, but an alternative is to go to the park and tie them on the branches of a tree. That might help you to laugh and feel lighter.
If you didn’t guess already “Freedom” is the revolution for the month of May.
You may get a little giddy, so many pleasures, now how much time do you have?
FREE YOUR STYLE
“When you swim you don’t grab hold of the water, because if you do you will sink and drown. Instead you should try to relax and float” ~ Alan Watts
STRESS FREE ZONE IN
You’re busy being a mother, best friend-daughter-girlfriend-sister-boss—mentor and doing busy women things and that is why you sometimes need to take time out for yourself give your own self-love. Two or three times a day, devote a small portion of your time to getting clear about what you want.
“You need your emotions. Become friends with your emotions through feelings so that you can tell if something is going on or not. Explore what you discover. Learn to love your senses. Honour your friends as they go through their own stuff, just don’t get involved in it” ~ Bringers of the Dawn. Barbara Marciniak.
“Beginnings are scary, endings are usually sad, but it's the middle
that counts the most. Try to remember that when you find yourself
at a new beginning. Just give hope a chance to float up.
And it will, too...” ― Hope Floats
Dear, (insert your self)
Do you ever gaze and dream upon the brilliance of the illuminated moon at night?
Shining ever brightly beyond your other worldly sight
Do you ever wish upon a star?
That you could be twinkling just like that, high up above, a way, yonder, afar
Linger for a moment to breathe in the freshness, of the cool night air
Wait a moment… see… feel… STOP!
Remember that feeling of a mystical spelling moment right there.
“Hope” is a charming gift like that
Only it isn’t out there
It is that feeling of warmth ever glowing ‘with in’ the beats of your own heart
Take that light from deep within your soul
Letting your super natural magical destiny unfold.
I hope that you take time
To take time out for yourself
To learn more about you
And your inner charmed self
Look forwards to the day
when those secret desires will come out to play.
I hope that you hope beyond fear
Knowing that your dreams are closer to near.
Maximise your chances
Gamble on the odds
Be stubborn and of good cheer
And do that again and again
Create that, do you hear?
Put in some effort
Of otherworldly delight of the highest order
Then you will find that you have crossed those boundaries
When people ask me what I was thinking when I write?
I couldn’t tell you,
I was listening in, to my subconscious and inner sight.
Sometimes I may feel like I am in a daze or trance,
a side effect of epilepsy and hyper-graphic circumstance.
When an idea, a word or a sentence pops into my head,
I have to write those thoughts down, “I MUST” let them be said.
In the words of our accomplished expert; Doctor David Bear
an epileptic trait is our ‘poetry’ with an additional artistic flair.
Look back on this history there.
Attention and super hyper concentration is a talent we all have,
and critical judgement; I don’t think that is too bad.
Sensitive, empathetic and creative thinkers,
Cravers of philosophy,
This is an intense passion, can you not see?
Others may judge and stigmatise this condition that we have
and that is okay.
While ‘self-preservation’ is my motivation;
writing rhyming poetry, is my chosen way.
Our specialist neurologist, Dr Bear said that,
“The ability to detect connections,
is found within the sparks of our creativity.
It is a compulsion, a passion and intrinsic ability”
There are unique gifts to be found in adversity,
You just have to find them for yourself, do you see?
Now that I have found Poetry it is all rhymes and verse’s to me.
The Poets Trait
“Temporal Lobe Epilepsy spares essential functions like attention,
concentration and critical judgement, all of which are necessary to
sustain artistry, at the same time TLE predisposes people to such
aspects of creativity and flexibility.
The combination of these two factors, unique to this form of
epilepsy, may even intensify the ability to see artistically and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qX7ZsxD3Ik&feature=youtu.be
to transform that vision into art.”
~ Dr David Bear, (Seized ~ Eve LaPlante)
The rounded curves of the War Memorial at Kings Park allows for some acoustic reverberation. Sitting at one end and having a friend sit at the other side of the curved seating area you can whisper to each other and hear perfectly like you are right next to each other but are really about 25metres away. Take in the serenity of the views.
The Place of Reflection
Is a beautiful, tranquil hidden treasure in Kings Park. It is dedicated to providing solace for anyone who has suffered loss or trauma.
Prior to European settlement and exploration, Kings Park
(Mount Eliza) was known as Mooro Katta and Kaarta Gar-up,
the Aboriginal names given by the Nyoongar inhabitants.
This area has been an important ceremonial and cultural place
for the Whadjuk tribe
Who said Sam Perry is controversial? Why? Because he has a unique talent, bordering on genius. Typically when someone presents something new and different to the masses, there are critics and put downers. The programme is called “The Voice” and Sam’s voice is almost angelic and ethereal. He is his own one-man orchestra and has no need for back up bands, instead he uses his own pre recorded songs and plays them back through a loop station while singing back again into his mic’ as he creates layer upon layer of magnetic and otherworldly echoes.
How could this be controversial or he be breaking any rules? Sam is using his own vocal harmonies reverberating back through a beat box live on the spot.
His performance was dynamic, power full and seriously resounding
Sam shocked everyone at #TheVoiceAU with his electrically charged performance, and if that wasn’t enough, when they offered to help vary his musical genre and style he astonished those judges when he replied…
“I just want to do ME’
Did I say I was excited-cited… You bet!
Sam definitely got my votessss and will be
“THE VOICIEST VOICE” to hear in the future. Listen-isten here.
I HEAR YOU ASK
So, what has all of this got to do with a ‘DOVE?’
No, I didn’t randomly go off ‘track’
TURN IT UP, UP
Get real… Sssscccrrrattttccchh out the old and loop in the freaking new and powerful!
KITE’s are raptors like the Eagle. The message here is that we should always remember to try to look at the big picture and to see things with clarity.
In the endless reaches of the North West of Australia there exists another world known as the Kimberley’s. A place that is unlike any other I’ve seen. This ancient country is secretly hidden in plain sight of the red ochre sandy Desert. There, I find, that life is so much simpler, wild and rugged.
It is here that we get to see multitudes of Kites (birds) hovering above. If you should ever have a chance to watch them in flight you would be spellbound too.
The Crane was sacred to early Celts, who left behind many votive images of the bird. Bringing the qualities of patience and perseverance, the Crane will stand for long periods of time peering into the water until the time is right for it to dart at its prey.
TREE ALPHABET The association of the Crane with knowledge comes not only from its link with the sunrise and therefore the East; the place of knowledge, but also with its association with the OGHAM, the tree alphabet of the Druids
~ The Druid Animal Oracle, Phillip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm