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Circle of Power Ceremony

11/15/2013
Circle of Power Ceremony
“I experienced a Drum Healing Ceremony conducted by Sandra Cosentino. It had a profound effect on me, and Sandra saw the integration of my Higher Self into my Self, in a  beautiful, peaceful garden -  and described my ‘secret garden’ that I go to in meditation!” wheelaustraliashirleysydenhamThen upon her return to Australia, she was inspired to make her own wheel in her garden drawing on the core principles we had worked with in Sedona.  But she tuned in to the symbols and medicine animals that were right for her 4 Directions and her location on the planet. “In southern Australia the seasons represented in the north and south quadrants are reversed to those of the northern hemisphere: our north wind brings blistering heat from the central desert, while our cold winter winds come straight from Antarctica in the south. “ numbatsize“In my wheel, the east remains the beginning, the direction from which light first enters it. It is birth, spring, and my animal is the Numbat, a small, endangered Australian marsupial. She brings a gentle energy, that of caring and being cared for, beauty of desert, and alertness to threat. Progress is then to the north, to summer, youth and vibrant growth, looked over by the Snake. Then to the west, maturity and autumn.  My animal is the Wolf, guide and protector,  the great pathfinder for the human spirit. magpieaustsmThe south is winter, old age and ancestors, wisdom. My animal is the Australian Magpie, spiritual custodian, representing home protection, making new friends and the beauty of song. Magpies open the door to the spiritual world, and bring messages from it. In the days before my meditation, there were magpies in front of my house, calling so loudly it really was like yelling their message to me. Over the centre of my Wheel circles the Eagle, sacred messenger with healing powers, and teaches us our spirits can soar.“ Shirley Syndenham, Melbourne Australia (spring, 2013)
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