Ancestral Wisdom (Heart- 1.1.20)

Journey of the Heart – Day 20
©Susan Billmaier for susanwithpearls

Guiding Thought

Your heart-love establishes your inner-peace. Solidly grounded in your own inner-peace, you approach all of life with love, compassion, and wisdom. Live as your Self, shining with the beauty of the Love you are!

Play the Guiding Thought here (loops automatically).
Journey of the Heart audio created by Brad Vanlandingham for Susanwithpearls-


As usual, I began today’s picture without knowing where I was headed with it; it unfolded with each new element. All I knew is that there were upward  triangles and horizontal lines.

I did the triangles first because, though I could “sense” the horizontal lines, I did not know how/where they were placed; and it felt more specific today than it usually does. I could not haphazard a guess at where or how the horizontal lines were placed (like I usually do); the horizontal lines were to be specifically placed.

Once I got the triangles done, I did the outer-most horizontal lines; at that point I still did not know where the rest of the lines were going to go. Only when I finished the first set of horizontal lines (the outer-most) did I “see” where the next set was going to go. By the time those were done, I knew I had a pattern.

Then I was able to relax into the pattern, and as I did so, I felt myself connect to something different than “just” the Guiding Thought. In doing the pattern, I was calling up an inner connection to ancient (in America, we may say “native”) peoples; people who used lines and geometry in their pottery, weaving, and painting. I felt the rhythm of the pattern, if that makes any sense. I felt something that was “not me” and was “not the Guiding Thought”.

I was connected to that something, but I can not tell you what it is, or much more about how it felt, other than it was rhythmic and expansive.

When I was done with the horizontal lines, I felt like I wanted to do some of my “streaming upward lines”, but I usually ask the picture what it wants, or “what’s next”? The answer was clear: it’s done. There is complexity in the simplicity of this picture. There is beauty in simplicity. Let it be. 




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