Photo Exhibit Check in
Hitting a Technological
block. Need support.
I am having difficult
putting the physical reality
under the words I wrote here.
and misgivings about
what I have taken on.
My right arm is hurting.
Date: 7/1/2005 5:02:19 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 835 times
I was able to get this story written
for the Pacific Symposium news paper.
I do this event in November each year.
Putting this here as a reminder.
I am having deep insights this today about
my inner process.
I am having a difficult time
with some of the technological aspects
of preparing these digitals for print.
My spirit is low.
Enchanted Garden ‘05:
“Organic Celebration” Art Connects
Heaven, Earth, and Humanity
The Acupuncturist as an instrument
for connecting “Heaven, Earth, and Humanity”
will be the theme of the 2005 Enchanted Garden
installation at the Pacific Symposium.
“The Enchanted Garden is a name for our renewed
earth that we can each grow one plant and one
Seed Dream at a time,” says Leslie Goldman,
internationally known as Your Enchanted Gardener.
Leslie’s niche at our Pacific Symposium is
offering moments of inspiration through his
poetry--The Seven Love Cures--that are intended
to increase understanding between men and women
and inspire us to plant TCM in American Soil.
“Each time we create more understanding between
men and women the chi flows and we are closer to coming home
to the Enchanted Garden.” He says.
Leslie will inspire us this year with flowers
and plants that are a feature of our Symposium.
A new addition will be his photo exhibit
called “Organic Celebration!” that features
out-of-the-box foods from local San Diego Farmers,
and photos from his garden.
Some photos are combined with his poems
and intended to go with Sound Scapes
to enhance the healing office environment.
“ ‘Organic Celebration!’ is a collaboration with Al Comanda,
on the Pacific College San Diego staff. Al framed the Art work
and will help with its presentation,” he took my work
to a new level of presentation,” said Leslie
Some art will be part of the conference Altar
where each person is invited to plant our dreams with living seeds.
“My own seed dream is that the Enchanted Garden at the
Pacific Symposium inspires each participant to plant TCM
in American Soil and feel the love that
Mother Earth offers us in her Enchanted Garden. We are
each the person who can connect Heaven, Earth, and Humanity
not only through our needles but because of who we are.
W represent an ancient as well as future model of
healing that is nature inspired and deeply needed
in the World now,” Says Leslie.
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