Holiday 2004

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    What Dreams May Come
Leslie Palacio

    The Messiah Seed: Let Go of the How
Story Waters
    Mothers Who Cry in the Night
Rev. Dr. Betsie H. Poinsett
    A Review of Indigo Dreams

    Becoming Magical
Daniel Jacob
    Weathering the Storms of Self
Gillian MacBeth-Louthan
    The Day the Silence Cried
Rev. Maria Lupita Martinez
    Conversations with my Dog
Jean-Claude Koven
    Sitting on the Holler-Deck of Creation
Gillian MacBeth-Louthan

    My Mom's Christmas Gift
    I'm Free

    Perspective: What is Grief Anyway?
    Perspective: What is Grief Anyway?
Linda G. Karriker
    Perspective: What is Grief Anyway?
Leslie Palacio

    The Other Side of The Veil
Ann Falcongate
    "Tell Barbara ... Memories and Dreams"
Lance Earnest
    Who I Am
Vicky Thompson
    Unlimited Support - Understanding the Art of Blessing
Leslie Palacio
    Native American Commandments

    What's up on Planet Earth? A View Of The New World Soon To Come
Karen Bishop

    Preparation For Prayer
Donna Lackey & Jared
    Sioux Prayer
Black Elk

    The Richness of Life
Vicky Thompson

    Messages From Archangel Michael: Returning to the "Lightness" Of Your Spirit Self
Ronna Herman
    Messages from Archangel Michael: Are you Living in a "Real" or an "Unreal" World?
Ronna Herman

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Mandala is sanskrit for circle, community or connection. It represents nature from the smallest seed to the entire universe. In the East, it is used for meditation, and focusing attention. Mandalas are a reminder to the viewer of the immanence of sactity in the universe and its potential in his or her self.

Psychiarist, Carl Jung, saw the Mandala as "a representation of the unconcious self." and belieced his paintings of mandalas enabled him to identify emotional disorders and work towards wholeness in personality.

In the west, the Mandala is used to refer to the "personal world" in which one lives. Depicting one's personal mandala in pictorial form can give one a good indication of the state of one's spiritual path.

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