When Going Down the Worry Gurgler,

Remember to Trust in the Life Force in Each of Us.

Did I tell you last week 
that the longest painting title ever would be surpassed? Yes. I do believe I did. Last week’s little picture, no bigger than a handkerchief, has been quantitatively overtaken by this week’s painting.

flame life force painting long title

When Going Down the Worry Gurgler, Remember to Trust in the Life Force in Each of Us

All Those

Flame, Petal, Leaf, Seed, Mandorla Shapes? You Know What They Are? Creative Life Force = 16 words.

When Going Down the Worry Gurgler, Remember to Trust in the Life Force in Each of Us = 17 words.

I wish I could remember exactly what I meant by this title. I somehow need to connect with a whole bodyheartmind knowing.
It’s about Creative Life Force, I know that much.

What might it mean to you?

The flame/petal/leaf shape is also a mandorla. What’s that?
An Italian almond, yes, but much more besides. Here’s one definition.

The Mandorla is an ancient symbol of two circles coming together, overlapping one another to form an almond shape in the middle. Mandorla is the Italian word for almond. The Mandorla is also known as the “Vesica Piscis” (see the Jensen references below), symbolizing the interactions and interdependence of opposing worlds and forces. Although the symbol has its origins before the Christian era, the early Christians used the symbol as a method to describe the coming together of heaven and earth, between the divine and human.

from this website. Here.

The coming together of heaven and earth sounds pretty cool to me. I find it helpful to unite etherial floaty energies with groundedness. Yeah.

Tell us how YOU experience Creative Life Force…