Posts Tagged ‘warrior’

Hello ~
I wrote this poem with no forethought, and no knowing of where it was coming from. Often I wonder if my writings might be too esoteric for the reader, but in this case I have decided to follow my intuition and publish this poem, trusting that it is speaking to someone who will read it. If that someone does read it, please let me know what it means to you…
Ancestral Wisdom
Across the stones of time I speak to you
An ancient agreement
A silent pact

Power and vision and wisdom
Stirs within your soul as you remember the inner voice
Resounding as an echo
Across the still pool of time.

There is much to be done
To heal the wounds of the survivors
To seal the tombs of the warriors
And move on.

Ancestral Wisdom" also available as a custom signed print at

"Ancestral Wisdom" also available as a custom signed print at

Ancestral Wisdom Insights

This is a Soul Essence painting of a horse named Buck. Buck was in spirit when I was commissioned to paint him. When I meditated with Buck I asked him what his perception of his spirit is like. He showed me two colored ribbons or ropes — one royal blue and one red. They curved and flowed, sinuous and effortless. The blue seemed to represent emotional feeling and perception through a form of touch or sensing, and the red seemed to represent action, fire, and energy. The red could move, pull, or carry. The blue could caress, weave, and connect. I had the impression I could draw his essence this way — with these two colors both held side by side in one hand drawing the same strokes.

I asked if there was an animal totem that Buck could show me — and I saw a tiger’s paw — not the whole tiger but just the paw. This puzzled me for some time. My awareness was drawn to the mix of the extremely beautiful and soft hairs, surrounding the strong claws, the mix of tender and powerful, soft and sharp. At the end of the meditation — the word came to me what the definition was… it was the word Discernment.

The stones came to represent qualities of Buck’s human family. The circle Callanish was the feminine representation of Nicole, and the single stone — represented the masculine representation of John.

As I worked on the single stone’s designs — I realized that the lines of Buck’s portrait were very Celtic in design — with overlapping swirls just like the designs on this stone! I had created this not even thinking consciously of a Celtic theme.

Kim and Mystico