What Do You See? Get Rattled and Sing

One of the beautiful aspects of the masculine is the ability to separate things so you can see how each “piece” is made. Of course if you leave things in separation, you lose track of the beauty of the whole. It is the feminine energies that gather and connect.  Today, I offer you a song to help you remember, see and celebrate how connected we truly are.


Photo by Cathal Mac an Bheatha on Unsplash

Before we do that, I offer you a tool to shake off the debris of your day – anything that puts a cloud around you and separates you from what’s important. Sound can do just that! Get a rattle and shake it – shake it over and around your body, your children’s bodies, your partner’s body, …. you get the idea. Don’t have a rattle? Watch today’s video and learn how to make your own in just a few minutes.

Now that the cloud of debris from stress and the day’s worries is released, let’s sing.

The song I offer came through me a couple years ago. I was probably out on the land talking to the trees, sage brush, deer… It’s simple. Its teaching is profound. Singing it as a practice can open your heart to connection, open your eyes to possibilities and offer healing to the world.

I see me in you.

I see you in me.

And together, we move now in harmony.

I see me, I see you, I see we.

This is a powerful song to offer in prayer at the holidays as we seek to see the light in ourselves and in each other. Learn the movements on the video and share this song in a circle with each other. Be sure to look in each other’s eyes. Open your heart. Smile. Love.

Blessings, Coleen


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