HUNArt: Patterns of Love and Power
Spiders spin mandalas of sacred art
I spend a lot of time being aware of patterns. Patterns of man and place, nature and spirit, sight and sound. There are no limits to the patterns that connect us, as the sky against the earth.
Waves of movement in the patterns integrate the HU and NA
When I create art I am centered in the present moment. Mindful of my every movement. My Piko Piko breath launches me into radiant patterns of love and power. Appreciating the harmony of my work, I send the healing forth to create new patterns in those that are influenced by my work.
Moving meditations as in the art of Zentangle® and Cat's Cradle help to open communication and bring into harmony Ku (memory), Lono (creativity) and Kane or Aumakua (inspiration).
I immerse myself into my art and emerge influenced by the healing that occurs within me.
I scratch my Zentangle® with bamboo needles on the leaves of an autograph tree that grows in Hawaii. The leaves are thick and juicy and the lines turn to gold when first drawn. The process of watching a green leaf turn brown takes about a week and is a meditation in itself. If left in water they remain green longer and if left on the tree you can watch your art grow.
I embrace this expression of art that reflects Sabi or the beauty and serenity that comes with age and the process of change. Visit my Squidoo lens The Art of Change
These Zentangles become my spirit friends who hold my prayerful intent.
Lois and Earl Stokes teach the art of Zentangle® and Hei Hawaiian String Figures. They can perform HUNArt as a healing ritual for you or someone you love. Contact them: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zentangle® is a meditative art created by a monk and a calligrapher. The Zentangle® art form and method was created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Zentangle® is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more at zentangle.com.
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