School of Movement Medicine - Mindfulness in Motion

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Issue: September 2012

by Kristin Glenewinkel

Coming home from the Apprenticeship gathering and Long Dance ceremony, I looked in my notebook. Almost no words in it - only drawings!

My intention for this journey was to allow myself to rest in the Yin quality of my being, becoming more receptive and rest in awareness. Drawing helps me to nourish this mindfulness and at the same time find a creative expression, that later can be like a mirror for me when I look at the drawing. Space beyond language and time opens up and I reconnect with the source deep inside. Becoming more receptive means for me allowing precious life to meet me, inviting life with its wild and familiar vibration into my inner garden. I want to share my drawings with you, they tell their own story about this community gathering and the ceremony.

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