Emerald Eye Vision at the Center

Come with me walking on the beach mornings in mid-May. Find and walk a spiral labyrinth. Awaken to a vision. Wonder at the connection of coastal dune lake to Gulf of Mexico. Open to blessings happening on what I know as Blessings Beach in Deer Lake State Park. Then see a change, a new spiral. Here are videos, this is Part 7:

  1. Spiral Labyrinth
  2. Flare Vision at the Center
  3. Walk in Colors
  4. First Contact - Coast Meets Dune Lake
  5. Inscription at the Inoutfall
  6. Water Spirals
  7. Emerald Eye Vision at the Center - Brought the multiple dimension flare vision/concept to the center of the watery labyrinth. Two crabs scuttled off. One buried itself, it is in the movie. There was no real center or altar but I stopped where the spiral reversed directions.

    Vision of white, like white sand or cloud. To the center upper right of it a pale turquoise circling, disk-like but with very feathered soft edges. There was an eye within drawn with tones of gold. The eyeball was looking at me but eventually turned to the left and up. As if gazing at inner eye. When writing that I get the sound of drone and sitar, of classical Indian music. This vision is compelling, but like a dream, eludes interpretation.

    Hmm, I could use the drawing of the inscription in the sand.

    Blessings Beach at dawnThe location in the picture plane is kind of like the One Seagrove tower the picture of Blessings Beach that I'm looking at. The lightest part of the water in that picture is the color of the eye area. I'm taking this vision as the consciousness of the emerald coast this dawn.

    Realized the vision has some things in common with the MindField vision. Whose eye is that?

The background image is white sand made of quartz crystals that is gray or neutral when wet. See images, 2009 and Blessings Beach, 2010.

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