Blue Dream

The light at the end of every tunnel.

Some Native American tribes taught to chase and confront ones fear in their dreams. You can practice this method with visualization. What do you dread most in life? Think of it and come up with a comical solution to the confrontation. This will make it much easier to face the challenges in life as they confront you each day. Fear is nothing more than the misunderstanding of love.

Published by mcmarciemar

Marcile Powers's project meditation mandala https://meditationmandala.com/ was displayed as part of the New Deal Show at the Sarasota Federal Building from October 1st to December 31st 2011. Marcile’s artwork was seen at the Downtown Orlando Central Library as part of the Seed, Orlando Art Alliance through the end of February. The formal opening for the show was Saturday January 15th from 4-6pm with an after party at Blank Space. A percentage of the all of the proceeds will go to benefit the nonprofit Seed, Orlando Art Alliance. From January 26-29, Marcile’s graphic art entitled Circle the Helix will be on display at MacWorld 2011 in San Francisco. As a decade long Macintosh user, Marcile’s reaction to the news was ecstatic.

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