Wednesday, December 05, 2007

The Writer

This amazing card is by SoulCollage artist, Janet Boggia, Ashland, Oregon.It was made January 2006 at our annual workshop Align With Your Vision, Setting Intention with SoulCollage. Recently Jan brought this card to our group to speak from again. She told us, “When I made this card and set my intention 2 years ago, I was yearning. Now I’m doing it." More about our 2008 workshop here.

Her January 2006 statements, speaking from The Writer :
I am the one writing a book about various connections to the universe from the grand to the mundane.
I am the one inspired by patterns.
I am the one who feels in touch with the heart of the universe.

What does this card want from me?
Do what I say: This work is important and wants me to complete it.

What does the energy of this card have to give me?
It reminds me that the universe gives me all that I need.

Here are her words now, December 2007:
I am the one whose DNA is being activated, as if I’m in touch with what I came here to do.
I am the one doing my research.
I am the one sinking into the passion of writing.

What does this card want from me?
Keep being connected to my purpose and keep writing.

What does the energy of this card have to give me?
It envelops me in love, creativity, and knowledge. All I have to do is ask.

It has been so exciting to hear Jan’s enthusiasm for this book as it has evolved this past year. We all feel we are part of it, since we were there to support her initial intention. This whole SoulCollage community is part of her support. Thank you all.
I hope you will also visit Walking Toward Wisdom, a virtual exhibit of SoulCollage cards honoring the Wise Woman/Crone.

1 comment:

Lisa said...

This is so great! So often Soulcollage just helps us figure out what our passion is and that's half the battle.

Whew, your words about the Community Card and your giving up of the scholarship and then finally finding your voice were hard to read (because they seemed way to familiar to my head) and wonderful to read at the same time.

Good Morning, Baltimore!