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A command for our souls, all parts to return. I call in God’s tribes to integrate these sides, Easily and gently, let peace within reside.”- Cher Lyn
Description: The image shown is from the upper portion of the painting “Rainbow Blesser.”
An indigenous profile of a man wear his Godhead as a headdress. His vertebra surround the spinal cord is aligned with vibrant colors associated with the Chakras. His healing hand tattooed with a six pointed star is integrated with a heart, sending love energies to the Earth’s children. The vision of “Rainbow Blesser” brings in the birth of the Rainbow Tribe creating healing, unity, and Integration into One.
The Hopi Indians believe that each of the worlds religions contains a thread and that these threads are always seeking each other. Integrally woven like a rope that will pull us out of the dark world and into the next. We all share an identical need to feel love. No matter what color the skin or how different the dress and how you perceive the behavior, there is no real significant division between others and us. Our basic nature is the same.
Inside each and everyone of us, our core is entirely whole and complete. Yet, on the exterior everything is fragmented and appearances can seem strange. Even part of your soul when severely traumatized can become disassociated. If you have phobias, feel hopelessness, even chronic fatigue, these could be symptoms suggesting soul loss. If this is the case, get help from a therapist in this area. Use the power of your mind connected to your Godhead to ignite tools for Integration.
You do not need a new Dogma to believe in. Inside at your core, you are perfect. You can always cultivate a stronger sense of compassion and tolerance for yourself and others. Inspire unity in your consciousness. Each of us carries an aspect, clue or piece of existence on how creation works. Individually first, then collectively we come together to bring humanity into wholeness.
This amazing spiritual artist, Cher Lyn lives in Sedona, AZ where she showcases her artwork. These Oracle Cards are available through her online store front Mystic Art Medicine.
Take some time today in contemplation of our many connections with each other especially that connection we all can share through universal spirituality. Haven International and it’s programs, like Emergent Studies Institute share this cards sentiment. As they say in the pagan tradition, “we all come from the Goddess and to her we shall return. Like a drop of rain falling into the ocean.” We are but raindrop in a sea of community. By concentrating on how we can honor, respect and share the positive aspects of our differences we can make energetic waves together for Earth Change, Consciousnesses Shift and an end to separation. We live right now in a world filled with the perception of separation when in reality we are all one and the same no matter what race, creed or culture. Our differences only strengthen our global community. They allow each person to see things differently, from different perspectives and as the artist suggests, we all bring a piece of existence to a greater discussion that just hasn’t happened yet. Try to embody integration today!
Spring Term is only a few weeks away. Remember to speak to an Enrollment Counselor about your interest in Emergent Studies Institute. We can’t wait to speak with you. 🙂