On the South Island Mu trip in Sept, I ducked down to Aoraki. The drive to the mountain is one of my favourites, beautiful scenery…this picture is typical of the views, I just jumped out of the car and took the photo over a fence.
Aoraki got me pretty enthused a few years ago when I was with a friend who shot some pics of it at dusk and an unusual moon-like orb appeared in some of the photos.
Something is going on there as the calendar is moving into December 2012. I don’t know what it is…but I can feel something. Pretty precise information I’m giving you here, eh.
I began listening to Judy Satori’s Mastery of Mind Day Two yesterday. I can tell you that after a week of listening to track three of day one…well, it shook me up a bit during the last few days. Got quite desperate for a while there. Amazing how quickly I would flip in and out of these stirred up emotions.
Aoraki is the throat chakra of New Zealand. and the throat chakra corresponds to the 5th dimension.
Just thought I’d mention that!
You probably can’t see it in these photos…even though on my camera
the eye’ is visible.
…there was a very subtle rainbow colour in a circle around the sun, beyond the sun’s ray. A corona sort of thing. A circle of clouds formed on outside of the corona (if that’s what it’s called) which gave the appearance of a eye. Really, it did! I’m probably not selling you on the idea with this photo eh.
Anyway…it was pretty spectacular…the eye… not the eclipse. Didn’t see much evidence of one except for a slight dimming of the light.
Can you see anything?? Will get back to you on this picture in the next post.
I have never really looked at a feijoa flower until recently. The structure and colour and creative expression embraced in a feijoa flower ….well, I had ‘a moment’. My eyes drank in the pure beauty of the sight.
From this lovely flower comes a most delicious fruit. How you tried them….mmmmmmmmm
I was listening to Judy Satori’s event from Malaysia today. She talked about creating the picture of a still clear mountain lake.
These Blue Pools aren’t exactly in the mountains but they gave me a feeling of clarity and depth when I gazed at them earlier this year. And over the last two months I have been reminded of them often, this is what clarity looks like to me….when I find it. It is the colour of clarity. Clarity only lasts for a moment – hehehe ….I don’t want certainty eh.
A moment of clarity…until the next moment.
The clouds kissed the hill tops and a gorgeous light filled up all the sky…
The light shimmered. The water picked up colours – mauve and cerise, purples and pinks.
The light was very beautiful on the day of the Hokianga trip. I have felt an energy vortex here in the past. It is always a special place to visit.
A friend and I went on a little trip to the Hokianga. This is humming bird cake from Rawene’s Boatshed Cafe. It was at this cafe that we learnt about the Koutu boulders, not far from Opononi, which look very similar to Moeraki’s famous ones.
We went to see these beauties…more about this trip next post.
A new phrase exploded into the Kiwi idiom last year…