(Belated) Sacred Life Sunday: Full Moon Dreams and Rest

I meant to write about this on Sunday, but things happen and I just didn’t get to it.  Better late than never!

Full Moon Dream Board, January 2009

Full Moon Dream Board, January 2009

(Please excuse the dark lighting.  My house has the crappiest lighting, and my flash whited out the page.)

Sunday, the final day of January’s full moon cycle, I did something I haven’t really done before.  I’d seen other bloggers making “Full Moon Dream Boards”, and so I decided to give it a whirl.  I decided to try my hand at putting together a visual representation of what I want my life to be like and things I want to focus on in the next month.

It was actually really fun.  I became so absorbed in going through magazines looking for pictures, laying it out, and all that it became sort of like a meditation and a prayer at the same time.  After all, it had the power of deliberate intent behind it, and single-pointed focus.  I think this will be a habit I keep up, and I’d love to find out who the originator of this idea is, at least insofar as the person responsible for it cropping up on the internet.

Mostly, though, I spent my Sunday resting.  I had another, much less severe migraine on Saturday.  Having had two so close together, one on Thursday and one on Saturday, I was totally wiped out.  I took the “day of rest” literally.  And sometimes, that is exactly what we need.

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One thought on “(Belated) Sacred Life Sunday: Full Moon Dreams and Rest

  1. Oooooh. I like this idea! Very cool!

    Glad you found your creative/meditative groove while doing it.

    Sorry to hear about migraine #2. Hope this week brings rest, relief, and renewal.


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