Coal

Coal is like a butterfly of the earth in how it goes through a period of transformation from plant matter – it has different phases of development before it becomes coal. Coal is ancient and controversial – there’s issues of renewable resources and dirty fuel. Higher quality coal is called …

Numbers

beginnings, solidarity, independence, issues around the ego and concept of Self, sense of oneness and unity, individuality, ‘won’ – victory, achievement and success relationship, partnership, intuition, duality, balance, two sides, union, joining/binding or bonding Imagination, the mind, manifestation, creation, the trinity of mind, body and spirit, ‘free’ physical level, material …

Colours

Red – life-force, blood, energy, activity, challenge, physical stimulation, sexuality, passion, personal power, aggression, anger, warmth, will to live, danger, something from your past resurfacing (perhaps around how you were ‘reared’), what have you ‘read’ lately that has had an impact? Yellow – the mind, mental stimulation, clarity, communication, inspiration, …

Directions

Directions[1] North – the tropics or the colder northern hemisphere, the soul, analytical and rational thought, law,  fire, love, red, the sun, summer, midday, porcupine/echidna, Coolah and Kurrajong trees, Uluru (home) South – the southern hemisphere, origins, back to nature and the earth, the past, ancient history/ancestry, instincts, the body, …

The Four Elements

The Four Elements Each of the four elements: earth, water, air and fire, had a role to play in Aboriginal life. Different creatures, due to their habitats or Dreamings, had an affinity with each (and maybe two or three) of these elements; although this is a modern interpretation. In being …