HEALING BOWLS

To revisit the accumulated gifts of my own cancer healing journey and share them through the Healing Bowls has meant a great deal to me.

I would not presume to know the journey others are embarking on, ultimately one travels this path alone.

Know this, there are thousands of survivors, myself included, turning, looking back, encouraging every step taken.

Healing is a necessity for our bodies and souls, in our families and communities, for our culture and world.

 

These are your Healing Bowls.

 

Certain ones may resonate or may hold something different for you at different times.

Please separate the grain from the shaft. Take what nourishes you and let the rest fall away. Wishing you fortitude and a calm heart.I have selected a few here to share.

Elephant Wonder Bowl

Elephant Wonder Bowl

A wonder full little jewel of a bowl nestled in the palm of a hand. inside, a seed. look closely, you will see an ivory elephant stopper. Remove the stopper, tip the seed bowl receive into your palm a cluster of carved elephants. This bowl is all about wonder. Not the wonder of doubt and uncertainty but the wonder of possibilities.

Emu Eggshells Bowl

Emu Eggshells Bowl

(excerpt) Emu eggshells the size of your hand, the color of the deep sea. Cradled in an antique dough bowl where our daily bread rests and rises. Like jars on a spice rack or drawers of an apothecary chest, fill them with what you want to let go of or hold on to, rage, fear, fortitude, hope. Sometimes you want to put some things aside. These eggs will contain as much for as long as you need....

Feather Bowl

Feather Bowl

I have been collecting and placing these feathers in this small pottery bowl for about ten years. When you find feathers on your path it could be taken to mean you are on a higher spiritual path. It may be a sign of encouragement as you philosophically travel on this path.

Sea Glass Bowl

Sea Glass Bowl

All will be well, All will be well

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“...when you get into a tight place hang on - for that is just the place and time the tide will turn.”

~ Harriet Beecher Stowe