I am Home..

Three Sisters -Beinn Fhada, Gearr Aonach, and Aonach Dubh

Sitting in the silence I listen to the echoes of repeated words that bring forth their visions. Which play out the scenes, in the space of the shadows of my eyes.

 

The Kelpies Scotland The history of how they were built and why can be found HERE

 

They are only given form as my intent brings them to life, as they dance to the tune of my mind.

Each thought rushing, colliding, sending chills tingling down my spine. 

Only I give them life. Only I can make them laugh or cry.

The echoes of silence held the drum-beat of my heart as I change the pattern of my thoughts, calming the chaos I’ve created.

I listen to its rhythm pounding my ears. I breathe deeper, slowing its pace.

I hear a sound, I feel its vibration.  My voice is its creator, as I chant Omm

The shadows fall away and  a pin-prick of light I see clearly opening wider behind my closed eye lids.

I find myself transported, as I fly through the tunnel at the speed of Light

I am Lighter, no longer of this Material plane, as I step out into a New Earth.

Colours fill my vision like nothing seen or can be described.

Her shimmering waters fill my senses in a musical symphony of tiny bells as each dew-drop holds a note within the frequencies of her vast oceans.

Loch Ness

Mountains of grandeur flank vast lakes. Above me I hear the call of the Eagle, beckoning me to follow her flight path.

I ascend effortlessly in her wake, I glide by her side as she shows me her domains. We turn and soar, dip and dive, swooping close to the water we both touch it, she with wing tip, I with my hand.

Loch Ness

We become One and the same, I am home, One with the Earth, One with the Universe. For inside my BEing I am all and yet I am nothing, I am the BEginning with no end.

For I am Infinity and BEyond

At one within the ocean of consciousness

And the Love I hold explodes from within, like a Galaxy of stars from which I was born.

Now within this moment, I experience a New Birth of what awaits. Where When we let go of old paradigms and let go of fear which has held us trapped within the cycles of time.

So, close your eyes with me

Enter that silent space

And create a New Dream

As we allow it to show us the way Home

© Sue Dreamwalker

Written Between dream time on the 27th May 2017..

Included are some of the photo’s from our Holiday in Scotland..

Love and Blessings.. 

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  1. lisakunk
    May 28, 2017 @ 23:39:37

    Lovely. Words and photos. Like a moment of relaxation.

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  2. dgkaye
    May 28, 2017 @ 23:42:33

    Oh Sue this was so beautiful. There is so much promise of goodness, it’s only difficult at time to find, but it’s there. Sometimes we must take ourselves out of ourselves to look within as you so often do and remind us. 🙂 ❤ Love and light! ❤

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  3. Mark Lanesbury
    May 28, 2017 @ 23:42:54

    A very spiritual land that you live in Sue. Maybe from the many spiritual people within it, sharing their hearts to keep it that way 😀 ❤
    Thank you for sharing 'your' spirit! ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 18:49:43

      Bless you Mark.. I escape to this ‘Land’ often, its a sound retreat for the sanity of one’s soul.. 🙂 And yes, there are many like minded souls sharing there hearts with us.. And their is much goodness within the world when we really look.. 🙂 Blessings my friend 🙂

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  4. House of Heart
    May 29, 2017 @ 00:25:34

    Thank you for taking us on this journey of meditation Sue. So beautifully serene :). Lovely photographs! ❤

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  5. Miriam
    May 29, 2017 @ 00:34:09

    Beautiful words and pictures. You transported me there Sue.

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  6. lindamartha
    May 29, 2017 @ 00:40:51

    The poem brought to mind my first shamanic journey . Its very otherworldly and beautiful in its own right. Such beautiful images too! I hope it was as relaxing as it looks. What is the yellow plant Sue?

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 19:02:37

      The yellow plant is Gorse.. and it has beautiful yellow blooms.. But very sharp thorns.. Beauty and Beast.. 🙂 And I woke up with knowing I had to write.. The images of my journey came while I wrote .. An Hour passed in a moment by the time I looked at the clock again.. And I did wonder.. Had I left the room.. 😉 lol.. Big hugs.. and Loved your Chia Pud.. and will be dropping by to say so.. 🙂

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      • lindamartha
        May 30, 2017 @ 09:28:33

        The poem conveys to me that you did indeed leave the room on some journey of your own. So now I finally know what gorse looks like. I have read about it in countless novels it seems. The pudding is wonderful, hope you enjoy it yourself:)

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  7. Visionkeeper
    May 29, 2017 @ 00:44:01

    Love it! Amazing words and gorgeous pictures. So well done. So glad you had that trip and were able to clear your mind a bit. Catching a second wind as they say. Have fun in your gardens and stay at peace within my friend. Demanding times right now. A great many folks are dealing with resistance right now. Interesting. I know I am. It is a very complicated journey to say the least but enlightening! Have a good week ahead…Hugs and love…VK ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 21:16:58

      Its time to choose… That fork in the road right now.. And I think my vision chose me.. 😉 Love and Hugs my dear friend.. and I hope as we unfold even further, more will come to SEE.. what we need to see.. And yes.. my garden is my saviour.. 🙂 Hugs DW

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  8. balroop2013
    May 29, 2017 @ 00:52:01

    Your home is so beautiful Sue! Thanks for taking me along with those visions and shadows of love, serenity and peace, which echo in the silence of hearts and calm them. The vibes could reach me dear friend, as I was reading and re-reading your wonderful reflections. The colorful visions, the shimmering waters and the vast lakes became alive ready to clasp me. I marvel at the beauty of Mother Nature, as perceived through your words. Superb! Thanks for sharing. Love and hugs. 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 21:14:31

      Thank you Balroop.. Yes Mother Nature at her best.. She never disappoints.. And Scotland was a holiday trip.. about 290 miles via road or there abouts..
      I am delighted you felt the vibes… Superb from you is a wonderful response.. Thank you again Balroop.. xxx

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  9. Trini Lind
    May 29, 2017 @ 03:12:30

    Oh, wow! What a powerful meditation, Sue!! 💖💖. And beautifully expressed! It moved my heart 💖. Thank you! 🌸🙏🏻🌸. And the photos are gorgeous too. 😊. Wishing you a wonderful week ahead! Huge hugs! 💖

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  10. Writing to Freedom
    May 29, 2017 @ 03:24:32

    Kudos on your ecstatic vision of living from connection to source. Lovely photos too. Thanks for sharing your dreamtime with us Sue. May we listen, learn, love and live (integrate the whispers of heart and soul).

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  11. JoAnna
    May 29, 2017 @ 03:36:00

    I like this combination of enchantment and groundedness, bringing together dreams and stability, and the different elements of nature.

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  12. litebeing
    May 29, 2017 @ 04:33:41

    wow! What an incredible ride you took us on Sue. I felt like I was witnessing your spiritual awakening over the Internet. Thank you for this gift.

    love ya, Linda

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 20:41:41

      Awww thank you Linda.. Each time I close my eyes of late.. I think I have a Spiritual awakening.. It wasn’t hard to team my thoughts with the pictures from our trip..
      And they echoed my visions perfectly..
      Love right on back.. and hope you are doing Ok lots of LOVE.. ❤

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  13. Paul Handover
    May 29, 2017 @ 05:02:56

    One word describes this: Exquisite!

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  14. insearchofitall
    May 29, 2017 @ 05:18:04

    That looks like the kind of place one dreams of after being in a crowded city for way too long. I don’t know if that’s where your family hails from but the soul knows home even when the body is residing elsewhere. I was a bit distracted after reading this and had to come back. Love the poem that sings of the souls home. Beautiful, beautiful place I would love to see some lifetime. Hugs, M

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 20:14:35

      Thank you Marlene… These photo’s are from our trip to Scotland.. a place I feel my soul connects to from some distant past perhaps… I hail from the Derbyshire Dales..
      I am happy you got distracted by the vision poem.. So did I.. 🙂 Loved your precious comment Marlene.. ❤ ❤

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      • insearchofitall
        May 30, 2017 @ 00:36:30

        Thank you, Sue. Looked up where you hailed from. Funny thing about the distant past. I remember living in Georgia as a child, I place I was not all that fond of the weather but stood for a moment at about age 12 thinking I had been there before. It felt so familiar for a moment. Don’t think I even knew the word déjà vu then.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          May 30, 2017 @ 13:13:18

          Yes its strange.. I know I remember going abroad to Italy once.. and I had never been to that part before.. I was travelling by coach.. I said to my hubby as we were about to round some large hills that obstructed out view.. I said around this bend there is a large lake.. He was as astonished as I when it emerged.. just as I had said.. I just KNEW I had been there.. Then the instant feeling vanished.. So dejavu.. yes.. I totally understand.. ❤ And now you see why Scotland and the Dales are very similar .. with wild morelands..

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  15. smilecalm
    May 29, 2017 @ 07:04:14

    like i’m being
    drawn in
    to the truth
    of be ing
    with all of creation
    with you, Sue,
    here at home 🙂

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  16. New Bloggy Cat
    May 29, 2017 @ 07:56:24

    Awesome poem and photos, Sue! BEing, BEginning , Beyond – you’re unBElievably gifted and you’ve BEen truly inspiring. Have a great week, my friend. Much love and hugs, (•‾⌣‾•)و ̑̑♡

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  17. Dewin Nefol
    May 29, 2017 @ 08:23:04

    Hey Sue,

    Happily surrendering to your flighty dream and shamanistic journey amidst the picturesque beauty of the Scottish Highlands (Glencoe? Fort Wiliam? Lochaber?) I too awoke within a paradise at the edge of a crystal clear Loch born beneath the shadow of towering mountains rising majestically from a magical landscape.

    Your elegant words and artful photographs prove that paradise does still exist on Earth should we step out from behind our city walls and ingrained ideologies to find it, embrace it, and promote its exquisite beauty.

    I get the distinct impression that Scotland will always be a favourite haunt for you, and a lace of magic and regeneration. This is a beautiful post, thank you for sharing it with us all here.

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 19:54:26

      You know your Scottish Highlands Dewin, as well as the Welch Mountains.. 😉
      Thank you my friend. Yes I have been to this beautiful Gem of unspoilt beauty now many times.. And apart from the Dales of Derbyshire, it is held close to my heart.. A feeling perhaps of some long remembered journey I once took among the heather.. 🙂 who knows..
      But it holds its own magic.. As to the people who I have always found to be generous in nature.. And I do love the Drum… and yes, even the Bagpipes hold their charm for me..
      Many thanks for you kind words Dewin..
      Blessings
      Sue 🙂

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      • Dewin Nefol
        May 29, 2017 @ 20:13:22

        Hey Sue,

        It is a stunning location, and I can truly appreciate why one would find a mystical attachment to it. I know the area you visited only because I had adventures with the Royal Navy Cadets in that region whilst at school. We centred our stay in Helensburgh and spent days on expeditions in the Trossachs. I also had a wee camping trip with a mate years ago staying on the edge of Loch Long in Arrochar. It is a small world.

        I can tell from the passion with which you write what the area means to you, and the attachment you have with it….spiritual as well as physical. That sense of magic and awe seeps into and between every word you have written, and shines from every photograph taken. It is breathtakingly beautiful. So many times I have wished to move to Scotland…and to the West coast, but never have yet made the journey. One day I will. You post here, and the charm and enchantment of it only encourages me further to make the effort.

        I enjoyed all of the post and followed the links provided…the Kelpies are incredibly powerful sculptures, and the story behind them fascinating. I love the history of timeless places and the ever-present sense of antiquity and ancientness that abounds. It is pure magic in its most elemental form, and so powerfully stirring. Little wonder you moved to write between dreams 🙂

        Always my pleasure to visit, and always a pleasure to be moved by your poetry and vision.

        Brightest blessings and best wishes for the new week ahead.

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          May 29, 2017 @ 20:32:11

          Thank you again Dewin for your most gracious comment… Yes the heart of Scotland I felt deeply.. I have only ever felt this in one other land.. When I stood upon the top of Sulpher Mountain.. This land also spoke to my heart..
          I thank you for following the links.. The Kelpies were fascinating.. As was the Royal Yatch.. An amazing vessel..
          Likewise as I read your own unique poetry Dewin..
          Enjoy your week.. Blessings 🙂

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          • Dewin Nefol
            May 29, 2017 @ 20:42:31

            You are blessed and always will be Sue with a heart that intuits and a sense of imagination that knows of wonder and responds to beauty.

            Sulphur Mountain, Banff, Canada? (I looked that one up lol) From the images just viewed on Google, it looks incredible. What a privilege it must have been to visit. Again, Canada is another destination I am eager to visit…both for personal reasons and for the thrill of being there in the footsteps of W.H Davies, Supertramp!

            Banff has appeared two or three times in conversation of late, and that adds curiosity to my already inquisitive nature as well. I guess one day I will have to go. Always so much to do, yet so little time and money to do it all!

            Thank you for sharing your vision and inner journey. It’s been a pleasure.

            Namaste 🙂

            DN

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            • Sue Dreamwalker
              May 29, 2017 @ 20:57:20

              Yes Dewin.. its beautiful.. I travelled for our 25th Anniversary in 2000, for a holiday of a lifetime Coast to Coast across Canada.. Banff, if you ever go.. You must visit Lake Louise.. Jasper, Niagara Falls, the The Columbia Icefields. Vancouver, Quebec, Victoria.. So many places returning from Calgary.. Each one very special… I have been lucky.. Now its time to concentrate on nearer home.. And I am content within my garden and visions.. 😉
              But you should pay heed to the ‘Signs’ if they appear… Merlin would approve I am sure.. 😉

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            • Dewin Nefol
              May 30, 2017 @ 07:29:36

              Hey Sue,

              What an incredible adventure that must have been, a real journey of a lifetime, brilliant fun! 😀 You reel off the names of these magical places so readily…it is as if their memories are always alive within you, always there on the surface just itching to be remembered! It must be awe-inspiring to have such depth of experience to draw upon when you write your magical stories and wax lyrically in your dreamy prose.

              I can’t imagine undertaking a journey quite as amazing, but boy, do I want start out on one this very second. That wild wanderlust keeps calling and one day I might sell up, buy a one-way ticket and just disappear into the wide open yonder. It’d be perfect. A family member made a similar journey some years ago coast to coast across Canada by car, with a destination centred on Vancouver: two weeks travelling, one week resting, and a lifetime of memories to tell.

              You have a created a wonderful space in your garden Sue: it’s just as grand as any adventure could be and just as beautiful in your heart and mind as physically being elsewhere. When you close your eyes and lift away to fly with Eagles you can travel anywhere you choose and go anywhere the Eagle takes you: with your physicality removed, there is no difference at all between reality and fantasy…and dreaming is free! 😀

              I do pay heed to signs and do my utmost to interpret them positively. Merlin does indeed insist that I remain aware, and Archie always offers his oracular opinion just to keep me honest and true. I will ponder further the Banff reference. At time of writing, the signs being presented come by way of ‘hair bands’! For some reason I am regularly presented with hair-bands on my daily path. It matters not where I go, they are always there, and for some reason I am impelled to collect them. I have 54 of them in a variety of colours but have no idea whatsoever of what they mean! I cannot find a reason why I feel need to collect them and cannot attribute any symbolism to them with confidence…other than to think of ‘tying up loose ends?’ But I need to know why I am collecting them! If you have an answer, a suggestion, a thought, please leave a comment and let me know lol 😀

              I’m going to spend a moment or two viewing the Banff images online. I’ll also view the other places you mention; perhaps it will stir deeper thoughts and reveal reason. Thank you for sharing those with me.

              Enjoy a wonderful new week full of mini-adventures still waiting to happen.

              Namaste 🙂

              DN

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            • Sue Dreamwalker
              May 30, 2017 @ 12:49:37

              At least its got your focus upon travel.. Intention is what brings our dreams into our reality Dewin.. So manifest via not putting any expectations or pondering how it can be achieved.. Just know it can.. and See yourself among the mountains and lakes of Banff etc.. Perhaps taking a Kayaking. Watching that Eagle and hearings its cry..
              Hairbands.. 🙂 hummmm.. circles.. infinity.. Seeing clearing.. colours each have their own meaning.. I would do colour reading within my autagraph paintings. 🙂 Alot also depends on when you found them.. What were you thinking while you found them.. And did any one you know use these kind of hairbands.. Do you mean the small elastic circle kind? or Alice band type.. Alice.. down the rabbit hole.. I could go on.. lol.
              I you are unsure of what an Auragraph is.. You can find more information on my art pages. Here.
              https://suedreamwalker.wordpress.com/art-and-hobbies/watercolour-paintings-auragraphs/

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            • Dewin Nefol
              May 30, 2017 @ 15:49:25

              Hey Sue,

              Yes indeed, it has captured my attention and aligned my focus towards opportunities to travel. You make the experience sound so beautiful and I know it would be to enjoy a period of time miles away from here and alone simply wandering and basking in the wilderness. It is a journey that I have to make at some point for personal reasons, with a final destination that will be in Vancouver. How I get there is the real journey, and I intend to make it as ideal as I can. I have some ‘work’ to do before finally deciding to go, but my intention is already firming, I just have bring my head up to speed with that choice. I keep watching the film Into The Wild, and each time I fall in love with the idea of simply disappearing for evermore.

              Thank you for your musings on Hair bands. I am indeed talking about the small elasticised ones…had it been Alice bands, I most likely wouldn’t have collected them with as much zeal. You speak of colours and I have been thorough in considering that. perspective already. Most are black, the remainder brown, light blue, one red, 3 purple, and my favourite a slightly thicker band in horizontal stripes of red and black.. Oh and there is one silvery/blue one with sparkly bits on it lol. I am starting to think it is a harmless obsession, but cannot think why I find them interesting! It’s a mystery…one that will either stay or go. In addition to these hair bands I have found a whole host of other ‘treasures and trinkets’, mostly sparkly things (lol) that have been left on path, but I won’t list them out or else I’ll be here all day. What I will tell you is that following several long discussions with a local shop-keeper, a Sikh, I have subsequently acquired within a very short space of time 3 of the 5 K’s (articles of Sikh faith always worn/carried by a Sikh) – Kangha (a wooden comb for the hair), Kara (a iron bracelet), and Kirpan (an iron dagger large enough to defend yourself). The final two K’s being Kesh (uncut hair), Kachera (100% cotton tieable undergarment (not an elastic one). I did get to wandering if the hair-bands related in some way to the Kesh, and considered that a plausible possibility. The cotton undergarment, I already owned. I am still pondering these finds, but one of the curiosities of the conversation I had with the shopkeeper was their mention of Canada (Banff)…where the Sikh community is very well represented. It is a country that the shop-keeper would dearly like to take his family to live. And so I got to wondering if somehow all of these small pieces of a fractured jigsaw interelate somehow, but as yet I can’t quite put my finger on an answer as to how or even why. It just seems as if things are interrelated, or interwoven in a manner that feels encouraging and yet so very vague, like a dream that is ungraspable but forever alluring. I wish I could get to the bottom of the mystery…perhaps there is other items yet to be found that will add to the picture. Perhaps I will report back at another time if anything else shows up.

              Sorry to bimble on for too long Sue…you know how it is when the fingers take oer and just do their own thing on the keyboard.

              Thanks for listening…I#ll leave you to peace and quiet! Lol 😀

              Enjoy your evening. Take care.

              Namaste 🙂

              DN

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            • Sue Dreamwalker
              May 30, 2017 @ 15:58:42

              I think listening to you most interesting thoughts, you have almost cracked the code yourself.. And thinking tooooo hard can sometimes not be of benefit. So let it go for a while and let the Universe unfold the answers in their own time.. Keeping that focus of intent without no pressure of the why and where-with-all.. For if you are meant to get there you will.. And the means and method will present themselves also… Too many co-incidences not to be taken as real signs.. And I believe there are no co-incidences.. Only Pathways we are shown.. If we open up and follow them.. 🙂
              Have a good evening Dewin.. I have just put my Gardening post to bed and updated.. Now I am putting the Computer to bed for the evening..
              Wishing you a Wonderful Evening also. and thank you for sharing with me..
              Blessings Sue 🙂

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            • Dewin Nefol
              May 30, 2017 @ 16:07:40

              Perhaps you are right Sue, and I should just ease up a little. many times I get to wondering if my thoughts are those of the people I meet, as if one picks up on something non-verbal. I don’t know.

              I will ponder the words of your kind and supportive reply, and maybe take a nap as I do so. Often the answers come in that twilight world between sleeping and waking. Thanks for the sagacious words, the support, friendship and advice. Always interesting to chew the fat with you Sue…one day we will meet in the Moon Inn and chat further still.

              I’ll look forward to the next Blog post, and take my leave.

              Sweet dreams for when you get there! catch up soon Sue D.

              Take care in all ways 🙂

              DN

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            • Sue Dreamwalker
              May 31, 2017 @ 18:12:34

              Hope your mind cleared within the twilight hours Dewin.. And you enjoyed a most beautiful day today. It was one I spent pleasantly out in Nature.
              Blessings..
              Sue 🙂

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            • Dewin Nefol
              May 31, 2017 @ 18:29:45

              Hey Sue,

              How are you doing? Did you know I’d be online as you replied or was that just a lucky guess? 🙂

              Well I am pleased to report that I have mellowed somewhat today and found a little room to consider things from a different perspective, and perhaps with a much sharper focus. Indeed this was supported by another ‘find’ on my path early this morning…a rubber bracelet, like the ones worn when gaining entry to theme-parks. Well, mine was red and from Laser Quest 🙂 Further down the path I then found a small plastic suitcase, a game piece for a board-game. It was made of pink plastic and moulded with a ribbon bound around the bag. Being solid they looked like bunny ears lol 🙂

              I am still pondering these finds whilst I read a path around WP. So yes, thank you Sue, I have had a good day. Peaceful and quiet, in thought.

              Ah, so you’ve been rambling, or wandering in wonder, or sat distilled and stilled in the cosiness of your garden? Whichever it may be, you sound delightfully chilled.

              Enjoy the later end of the afternoon and the evening that follows.

              Namaste 🙂

              DN

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            • Sue Dreamwalker
              May 31, 2017 @ 20:20:26

              Sound great finds Dewin.. thank you, and may your own even stay chilled too 🙂

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  18. derrickjknight
    May 29, 2017 @ 09:54:14

    Powerfully meditative, Sue

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  19. Ben Naga
    May 29, 2017 @ 12:40:00

    Looks as though you had good weather as well as beautiful scenery. 🙂

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  20. Val Boyko
    May 29, 2017 @ 12:52:10

    Powerful and uplifting words Sue.
    I feel I am flying with you.
    And I know I am.
    Thank you for these wonderful photos of Scotland! 💕

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  21. -Eugenia
    May 29, 2017 @ 14:17:49

    Sue, this is beautiful. I’ve read this several times and love it more each time I read it.
    “We become One and the same, I am home, One with the Earth, One with the Universe. For inside my BEing I am all and yet I am nothing, I am the BEginning with no end. For I am Infinity and BEyond” – this verse says it all. 🌹 🌻 🌺

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 29, 2017 @ 19:27:40

      Big smiles Eugenia.. So pleased you enjoyed.. And yes, those words just came so naturally.. And I wrote this after waking in the middle of the night.. And like I said to another who commented. An hour passed in a moment, as I wrote, I visualised as I wrote.. And felt transported through a portal..
      So I had to find some images to match and my Scotland trip fitted the bill..
      Many thanks for your kind comments my friend.. ❤

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  22. peggyjoan42
    May 29, 2017 @ 14:54:52

    Lovely post Sue. I enjoyed your thoughts on dreaming and every one of your lovely photos of Scotland. Glad you are safely home. It is always wonderful to get away.

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  23. prenin
    May 29, 2017 @ 18:47:00

    Beautiful meditation dream hun!!! 🙂 ❤

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  24. David
    May 29, 2017 @ 19:38:40

    Stunning words and visuals Sue. Love, David

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  25. Bela Johnson
    May 30, 2017 @ 02:12:00

    Yes, such dreams I have had as well in the past. Not exactly the same, but. I wonder if we shall but slip into a parallel reality where this earth remains pristine, no longer the dumping ground for miscreants. I know these realities exist, but it’s been 25 years since I actually ‘experienced’ that they exist. Maybe it’s time again. 😉 Lovely post, Sue.

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  26. stephensmustang1
    May 30, 2017 @ 03:21:14

    Lovely words and photos. I so enjoyed seeing the photos w/the words.
    Hope all is well with you and yours. Much love

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  27. laurabruno
    May 30, 2017 @ 14:16:18

    Sue, this is stunningly beautiful! I love how the flow of the verse echoes the ebb and flow of the water. Love and continued peace to you, Laura

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  28. michnavs
    May 30, 2017 @ 16:19:18

    We just got home from our summer vacation…and being at home is really a wonderful feeling…
    This post is just in time Sue…I think we need to find our inner home to be able to spread love and peace around..there’s jist so much violent acts happening around…i know its difficult to put an end to it abruptly, but i believe we can in due time..if and only we start it within oursleves..peace within…love within…home within
    .

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 31, 2017 @ 18:17:10

      You are correct Mich.. As more destruction and Killing happened only today in Afghanistan.. We can only alter our or BEing and it has to start within each of our hearts..
      I hope you enjoyed your own Holiday my friend.. And Welcome Home.. ❤ ❤

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  29. robbiesinspiration
    May 30, 2017 @ 19:14:45

    I love this poem, Sue. So beautiful and rhythmic. I enjoyed looking at the photographs of your holiday as well.

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  30. voulaah
    May 31, 2017 @ 08:43:36

    Thank you for sharing lovely words and beautiful photos dear Sue
    Have a very nice day
    Kisses

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  31. InfiniteZip
    May 31, 2017 @ 16:30:28

    so very calm and peace filled after reading that miraculous piece. Kudos Sue and for a while, felt like I was there soaring with you. ❤

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  32. creekrose
    May 31, 2017 @ 17:13:32

    BEautiful Sue . . . . blessed BE the BEginnings, BEside, and BEyond, may All Ows BEcome medicine as we allow ourselves to Be the new dream’s home . . . ❤ ❤

    "So, close your eyes with me

    Enter that silent space

    And create a New Dream

    As we allow it to show us the way Home"

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  33. europasicewolf
    May 31, 2017 @ 18:31:44

    Sounds like Scotland did you good! There is always beauty and joy to be found even in the darkest of places from the Earth to the stars ☺

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 31, 2017 @ 20:23:27

      We have to remember that too, Lots of wonderful people, doing kind deeds who are loving and caring..
      Its just a portion of those who are creating chaos.. But they will not win..
      Love and hugs, and yes Scotland was beautiful.. ❤

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  34. AmyRose🌹
    May 31, 2017 @ 22:31:57

    Powerfully moving post, Sue. Exceptional! and funny thing you spoke of letting go fears … fear has been staring at me in the face making me question my very existence. Primal Origin or something like that. Thank you for sharing this precious post. Much Love, Amy 💖

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  35. Sageleaf
    Jun 01, 2017 @ 02:22:23

    Beautiful poem and beautiful words. I love your images and photos and the imagery you paint with your words.
    I DID feel a new place, I DID feel a new earth…
    Which, interestingly, makes me think of something I just learned about yesterday – something called “sensory deprivation pods” – effectively, you go into a tank that has something like 1000 lbs. of epsom salts, allowing you to float – no matter your swimming ability. People can keep the pod (or tank) light on, but by turning it off, you float in darkness and it is said that you can go into a deep, meditative experience. The water is heated to body temperature and it creates this almost other-worldly experience, according to an article I saw on Mind, Body, Green. I live near a “vortex” (Asheville, NC) and it didn’t surprise me that one such place is near me. It has different names, such as “salt water flotation” or “sensory deprivation” but now I’m intrigued. Have you ever tried that? I think I might try it and see what happens. These days, I LOVE getting into deep meditation – it’s just such a wonderful state of bliss and it makes me LOVE everything. Hehe. So, I’m curious.
    Ah well…I also started reading Conversations with God last night in the half hour before bedtime. That book. WOW. I’m all psyched and giddy and I read about 15 pages before my mind went, whoa! I need to sleep on these ideas. Hehe.
    Thank you for the suggestion. I checked out volumes 1 and 2 from the library. 😀 Sending you big hugs, sweet friend. Sweet, wonderful hugs! xo

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 01, 2017 @ 11:14:12

      Big smiles.. and the book will get more wow factor as you read lol.. And no I have not tried the flotation tanks but know of them and would imagine if you are visual in your meditations the experiences would be great. 🙂
      Many thanks for your lovely comment Cynthia, I loved your new video and your colouring book publication. I have yet to land on your blog to read and comment.. But working my way there today..
      Love and Hugs
      Sue 🙂 ❤ Big smiles.. back.. 😀

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  36. Barbara Franken
    Jun 01, 2017 @ 16:46:33

    How wonderful to share your dreamtime words and images with us… to allow us all to connect to the part of us that is taking us beyond all understanding. It’s time for everyone to choose the rest of their life. Much love to you sue x barbara x

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  37. lorriebowden
    Jun 01, 2017 @ 23:08:28

    Ah! Ah! Ah!
    Yes…i feel like if I didn’t even say anything else…that this would be enough. I sit and feel the energy of the words wash over me and I feel blessed by such a sacred divinity! I am with you, my friend. This is the kind of love…and energy that I want to be around…that I want to be a part of….that I want to contribute to!! Thank you, sweet Sue. Thank you for sharing your beautiful soul 💜💜💜

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 02, 2017 @ 17:35:56

      Bless you Lorrie.. for that wonderful complimentary comment.. 🙂 And oh to be of a world of such energy. Its possible.. for we can enter it any time we wish, through the portals of our mind… 🙂 Love and warm hugs and many blessings your way.. Lovely to see you. 💙💙💙

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  38. Tina Frisco
    Jun 02, 2017 @ 07:12:39

    Oh Sue, I had just such a vision, a waking dream. “. . . as I step out into a New Earth. Colours fill my vision like nothing seen or can be described.” My inner voice spoke the beauty that lay before me, but my mind could not translate, nor my mouth, speak. And yet, you captured this experience and spoke it so eloquently. What a gift. I am so grateful you shared it 💚

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  39. 🌵VIVIMETALIUN🌵
    Jun 02, 2017 @ 14:08:44

    As these pictures are perfect Sue, a very pleasant environment, you are a great professional in the photographs, they are perfect. 😀 😀

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  40. Jo Bryant
    Jun 03, 2017 @ 02:02:33

    Sue this helped me to remember to look for good.

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  41. MrsCraft
    Jun 03, 2017 @ 10:07:56

    Fantastic photos! We have only been to Scotland once butnwe loved every minute and hope to return one day. I was amazed by the mountains (I have always lived in the Lincolnshire fens so the landscape was breathtakingly different!) Lovely to have you back x

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 03, 2017 @ 10:31:13

      Lovely to be back Mrs C.. 🙂 thank you, its a wonderful country with breathtaking scenes.. 🙂 So thank you kindly for your visit.. Yes Lincolnshire is very flat in comparison.. But beautiful none the less.. 🙂

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  42. maskednative
    Jun 03, 2017 @ 17:35:03

    Sue, this is simply beautiful. The lovely photos accompanying your words carried me along your path, absolutely love it.

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  43. Wendell A. Brown
    Jun 03, 2017 @ 19:07:11

    Sue your songs rhythm dances within my spirit and heart! I am swept away by its beauty its genuine beautify! It is so lovely to embrace…simply amazing my sister!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 04, 2017 @ 15:57:43

      Aww dear Wendell, such a compliment from your good self has my smile so WIDE, Many thanks my friend.. I am over joyed you enjoyed this post so much.. Love and Blessings returned my friend.. 🙂 💜

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  44. natswans
    Jun 04, 2017 @ 12:47:01

    Beautiful captures Sue and your lovely rolling words I was there with you.
    They say I am bit of a dreamer Sue , so this post made a lot of sense and feeling for me.
    Hugs Sue
    Sheila x

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  45. Somali K Chakrabarti
    Jun 06, 2017 @ 07:15:42

    This seems like a spiritual and transcendental experience that you had, Sue. The words are absolutely beautiful and radiate vibes of happiness, calmness, peace and positivity. The pictures complement the words very well. Many regards. Somali

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  46. Mél@nie
    Jun 06, 2017 @ 13:49:54

    Thanx for this post, Miss Sue… ❤ we visited Scotland several years ago, we loved it, we met nice and hospitable Scots who spoke honourable French, but we did not see… Nessie!!! 😀
    * * *
    take care, stay healthy and optimistic! friendly thoughts & cheers! 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 06, 2017 @ 14:06:46

      The Scots are wonderful people Melanie and to find one that speaks French,, excellent.. 🙂 And we looked and Looked.. But Nessie was playing hide and seek again…. Shame as I could have found some good charity causes for the reward still outstanding for the proof of her existence.. LOL 🙂

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  47. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
    Jun 08, 2017 @ 22:36:44

    The pictures got blended with your words making the whole a wonderful piece of art. The rhythm of beauty, peace, love and serenity is palpable enough to make the readers happy…wonderful work, Sue. Scotland is the muse this time… 🙂

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  48. aussieian2011
    Jun 09, 2017 @ 10:00:07

    A beautiful well presented post, enjoyed it immensely Sue, those Three Sisters are beckoning my footfalls. Great pics and your words are delightful.
    Thanks for the added enjoyment of the links.
    Ian

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