Advent Day 23: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy

For today’s Advent day 23: little Sugar Plum Fairy honours us with a dance.

Sugar Plum Fairy Dance
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy

 

White Peacock follow-up

Because, I did not want to offer you yet another white peacock illustration, I just hinted its relevance with the Sugar Plum Fairy wearing and carrying its feathers.

I actually stopped thinking about the white peacock since my last white peacock illustration. But, today white peacock came to remind me of its relevance for 2017. And so I wanted to share a follow-up:

Nope, no peacocks walking around in the area. If I wanted to see a peacock in real life, I would have to go to the zoo. But spirit animals can appear in various ways (at least, that is what they do with me).

Today, the white peacock was the first thing I saw upon opening my Facebook account. A friend shared a post with a white peacock fanning his tail.  Such a beautiful sight!

Therefore, I felt further research into the meaning of this beautiful creature was necessary. White peacock had something more to say to me and I wanted to get to the bottom of it.

What it said was profound and it started with a question:

‘Who am I’

WOW! This is THE question!

Am I a daughter, auntie, lover, friend, sister, cousin, niece; a communication specialist, an IT professional, a dancer, an artist, a traveller; a coach, a friend, a teacher, a writer, a shaman, a spiritual aspirant/intuitive/healer?

I am actually all the aforementioned, I am also more than that and at the same time nothing of that! THAT is and is not at the same time. Finding THAT shall be the quest of 2017!

My head is slightly spinning now 😀

Best remedy: yoga, pranayama, meditation

Namaste

 


One more day before Christmas!


 

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5 thoughts on “Advent Day 23: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy

  1. Sugar plum fairy is in the spotlight!
    I wonder…
    Who am I? I don’t even know if I want an answer to that.
    I wonder…
    Much love and respect,
    Prashant

    1. I ask myself the same thing, over and over again.
      I go to that river, everyday.
      I admire it. I would like to know more of its essence.
      But then, I walk away.
      Someday, I shall not fear the plunge.
      I shall dive deep into its mystery.
      Then, I may never return the same.

      Thank you, and much love and respect to you too Prashant,
      Merry Christmas,
      Lavanya

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