Ocean Liminal Meditation
This meditation started in the comforting blackness behind my eyes, the darkeness that is me, Then moving through that darkness to a point of light, going through a door and down a path to the beach.
All of this is pretty standard for my meditations. Wooden primitive arched door with a red knob, a grassy path with a stream to the right and a huge willow tree to the left. The path turns to dirt as I continue down and an orange crab accompanies me.
I get to the beach and the crab is no longer there, I don't notice for a long time. The beach is rocky with smooth pebbles and there are pelicans flying over the ocean waves.
I am giddy and laughing and playing around the rocks as if I were about 8 years old.
I notice a sandy part of the beach with a drawing on it. It starts as a circle with a dot in the middle and then transforms into a drawing of a horse with a spiral in the center of it's body.
I see consider that this is a message from Macha but I don't know what the message is. I don't know if she is telling me to increase my worship of her, or work on my relationship with the horse she gifted me in last week's meditation. Either way, the horse in the sand is beautiful and intriguing.
A wave comes and washes the horse away and I am mesmerized as half the design is left. The head has not been washed away by the wave. Then a second wave comes and it is gone.
I travel back across the beach. The liminal place between the land and sea and back up the path, back through the door and back into the darkness that comes back to my eyes and pulls me back to my body.
*I think I need to work more with Macha and her horses. I need to look more at the liminal attributes to horses as they are not animals I work with much.
This is a quick drawing of the design I saw in the sand:
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