Friday, March 31, 2017


Writing with *Leaves

Recently we received a Peace Lily.  It grew and flourished.  Tiny buds appeared as if by magic.  Many white ones opened sporting gold centers.  Then, a greenish one reached skyward. 

"It will soon turn white," I thought.

Several days Passed. "Not happening.  It has a green center"

"Turning Green."

It's All Random:
I picked up another story draft (Colors of Love, Sept 1998) and, neatly typed, I read:

Why the green?  In color therapy
** green is sometimes referred to as the 'master color. ' which benefits all conditions.  One always has the option of choosing green, when uncertain about the best color for correcting an imbalance.  Green can be used for strengthening weaknesses.  Green, the color associated with spring, is...the color of renewal.  According to Chinese medicine, green has a healing value for the liver. 

Color therapy uses color from light or...materials to augment healing.  It is applied in a variety of healing arts....psychologists and businesses [can use color] to motivate specific behavior patterns. 

Ivy Plant Grows Love,
a heart shaped leaf

** In various metaphysical and Vedic teachings, the green ray correlates with the Heart Chakra located at the center of the chest....

*** Jou, Tsung Hwa suggested practicing Tai Chi in nature, a green abundance.  In winter or when indoors, practice looking at a green plant.


It's Almost April....springboard for vibrant green

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Related Posts
Colors of Love
Color (Y)our world

* Radical Face, Ben Cooper, Roots, Branches, Leaves and more.  Layered music, deep lyrics.  Writing listening to Leaves today, calming.

** The Way of Qigong, the Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing by Kenneth Cohen.

More Color Therapy
Hands of Light and Light Emerging by Barbara Ann Brennan
Essential Reiki, Diane Stein

*** The Dao of Taijiquan, Way to Rejuvenation by Jou, Tsung Hwa  Healing benfits of Tai Chi.

Dahlis Roy: Visionary Artist, Author, and Tai Chi Instructor

Green Peace Lily, photo by Rob  A white flower appears to your right.
Ivy Plant Growing Love, photo by Dahis  See the heart shaped leaf in your middle right view.