Thursday, November 24, 2005

Rose Meditation

Rose Meditation by Heather Blakey

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Before commencing this meditation you might like to fill your space with the gentle perfume of Rose Oil.

“Take a deep breath and as you let it out imagine all the difficulties of the day going with it, now take the attention to the feet---" (work up the body relaxing—especially the back shoulders and neck)

“ Now focus on the breath---going in and out—gently and naturedly—imagine a swing door which moves slowly with the breath in and out—"(allow to continue for some moments)

Imagine that you are standing on the edge of the inner petals of this beautiful rose. The perfume of the rose surrounds you. Your senses are overwhelmed by the color

Beneath you is a deep cavern spiralling to the very centre of the rose. Droplets of water form pools nearby. Carefully you make your way into the interior of the rose. The light glows. Look around. Use all your senses to draw in details of your environment.

As you explore you hear footsteps coming. Someone is humming a song

the rose is a rose
is a rose is a rose
And a rose of a rose
of a rose
is a rose from a rose
from a rose
And a rose
in a rose in a rose
is a rose inside a rose
inside a rose
If a rose to a rose
to a rose
is any rose to any rose
is any rose.

The full meditation, by Heather Blakey, can be viewed on the 2005 Advent Calendar

4 Comments:

At 4:57 AM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

Just beautiful, Karen.

 
At 12:46 PM, Blogger le Enchanteur said...

I will have to be more careful identifying who writes things and make sure to note when Heather is inspired to create something. This rose meditation is hers.

 
At 5:35 PM, Blogger Leonie Bryant said...

Heather,
What a beautiful way to atart off the Advent Calender. I never cease to be amazed by the gift that pours from your soul.
Congratulations and thankyou for allowing all of us to share the fruits of your labours.

 
At 5:55 PM, Blogger le Enchanteur said...

Thank you Leonie. I feel, as I put the pages together that I have touched the divine and I am totally humbled by the gift of being able to do so.

 

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