Monday, September 12, 2011

Shadow Lake Chala

The above image is a painting of Lake Chala, it is one with us and we with it. The name and image appeared when a small section of "In Lak'ech Ala K'in" meaning "I am another yourself", it is Mayan and is the same as Namaste, "The divine in me recognizes the divine in you". Searching for something simple to post as the blog link, Lakechala was chosen, when typed into a search image, a Lake of the name Chala appeared. Thus the name lakechala was chosen. Another phrase to be mentioned is "Mitakuye Oyasin" from the Lakota, it stands for "All my relations" or "We are all related". The concept of oneness, quantum interconnectedness, collective, unity, is not an unknown concept to us. It appears in various cultures around the world, and has been passed down with us in it's various forms, from the dawn of time. We see it still today, in new forms, coloured with bells and whistles, yet it's core remains the same. We seek to divide ourselves from the other, in this division we breed mistrust. But at the core, beyond the language, it is all the same. We find it hard to wrap around the concept, when it is only the thoughts we hear in our head, but those of us who have searched within, to see the world outside and beyond us, and touched it with our hearts have come to the same conclusion. That we are One, and it is only through Unity that we may move foreward. What is written here cannot be taught, it is one that can only be experienced for itself, on it's own time when one is ready. If not in this life, then in the next. What is written here is not unique, and has been said in many words from many Shadows, both unknown and known to our current awareness. Here like the Rachni who sing with one song, another voice is added. Together we strengthen in unity, one voice of colours added to the next. In our song, the hope that in unity all of our brothers and sisters will lay down their arms and sing as one. Each new voice morphed into a single song, brings us further from discord and closer to peace.

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