April Full Moon Dreaming

>> Friday, April 6, 2012

April's Full Pink Moon 

"What Dreams is it time to tend?"

I was ready for this month. Excited even! When I read the prompt at the new moon I was nervous and then I tried to focus on being ready.

This all may seem like 'woo woo' to some of you - others will find it an even more sacred ritual than I do. I'm sharing this on my blog because being creative isn't always an outside job. {I mistyped an outside 'joy'!}

Doubt creeps in to any process - to most lives. What should I do with my life? What quilt should I make next? Should I tell her I'm sorry?

Creating sustains me. I have been awed by what this commitment to creating a dreamboard each month has done for me. Firstly, it's given me a monthly timeline for reflecting and refocusing my energy on moving forward, expanding as an individual - which delightfully comes out in my quilting! It's also brought me back in touch with the natural, organic rhythm of life and intuition.

I'm going to add comments on my Dreamboard page to highlight what things came out of each dreamboard. At least the things that I could connect to each one! The practice builds on itself and I can only imagine with joy what my April Dreamboard will encompass next year!

Back to this month's board. . .

I struggled a bit to choose what should be on it. Nothing new here. After sitting with it for a bit I realized it needed more words - words to be the guidance. Usually I evoke meaning from the images.

The center has my curiosity aroused - one of what?

My sense of playfulness with words is reappearing. 

The stack of fabrics in the bottom leftt is connected to the phrase 'Healthy Diet' - a diet of fresh fabrics sounds yummy!

The red phone and the phrase "It's not complicated" remind me of the one free call for help contestants could receive on the millionaire show with Regis Philbin. 
It's not complicated - I can ask for help.

The word "create" and the clocks go together. I was introduced to this event through an email newsletter and having these images show up in my dreamboard reaffirms my initial sense that this event would have some meaning for me.

The yellow backdropped dollar sign and the phrase "Believe You can find sanctuary in the sky" go together. Not sure if these means picking winning lottery numbers out of thin air, but I might try!

These are just my beginning thoughts after connecting with this board. I love the surprise of the frame matching and highlighting the stamps in this photo. The colors for the frame were the defaults when I selected it in iPiccy.com.

Lots of fun waiting for me under the Pink Full Moon.

With Joy,
Sarah Vee


Lucy Ladham-Dyment April 6, 2012 at 11:42 AM  

Wow, what a precious dreamboard. Precious was one of the words I used in my board.

Lucy Ladham-Dyment April 6, 2012 at 11:43 AM  

Sorry, forgot the next part. May all your dreams come together as this board has.

Jamie Ridler Studios April 7, 2012 at 9:52 AM  

This board has such a joy to it! It just springs off the page! Oh, and look the word Joy is right here too - and in your job/joy typing. LOL, this Full Pink Moon is surely sending you a message there, hehe. Let there be joy!

I'm so touched by how this process has made a difference for you. It means the world to me. I'm so glad you're a part of this circle.

May all of your dreams come true!

Jamie Ridler Studios April 7, 2012 at 9:53 AM  

Oh, and I'd love to share some of your words about dreamboards on my site. May I?

Unknown April 9, 2012 at 3:42 PM  

May you give and create and believe and know that is isnt complicated:) and may all your dreams come true. I love your dream board

Lorinda.C.F April 9, 2012 at 9:47 PM  

Such a wonderful board! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and dreams with us. May the practice, words, and images bring you all that you dream for xxxx

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