Wheels Go Round and Round……another poem

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I colored this using this fun phone app…..COLORFY

Wheels Go Round and Round

The medicine wheel spins round and round
through cycles of health and disease.
The trick is to welcome the whirling motion
and be at peace.

The Hindu wheel spins round and round
through cycles of lifetimes’ dreams.
The trick is to accept the whirling motion
and step off when you please.

The mandala of seasons spins round and round
through cycles of young and old.
The trick is to celebrate the whirling motion
and accept the growth of years.

The wheel of our love spins round and round
through cycles of intimacy.
The trick is to bless the whirling motion
and hold to the heart and love that
remains unchanged
in the center of it all.
© Katelon T. Jeffereys

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About katelon

I have been a wellness trainer, therapist, consultant and coach for 36 years, trained in 16 therapies from massage and reflexology to hypnotherapy and NLP, to past life regression and various spiritual therapies. I do my work in person and long distance. I also offer workshops to companies in wellness, stress release, diversity, team building, communication and more. My deepest dream is to create wellness centers all over the world, for not only individual wellness but environmental, family, business, community, and international wellness. I envision of world of peace, harmony and cooperation. I am available as a consultant to work with the creation of wellness centers and eco-villages and often refer others to various wellness centers and resorts in the area of their preference. Check out my website http://www.empowerandbalance.com

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    • I’m glad you liked my poem. Thanks for reading and commenting. Interesting that you see Owls. I love Owls. In the Navajo spirituality, Owls, portend death. I lived on the Navajo rez so learned about their beliefs.

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  1. We have many different tribes around here, Navajo being one. I tend to believe owls have the death energy, but rebirth and transformation equally as strong. They all go together.

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    • Yes, I thought of rebirth/transformation after writing my first reply. It’s interesting as I did that colorfy mandala last night, then had a tumultuous night, restless, hard to sleep, woke up with intense pain in my foot, and had a nightmare where I was drowning, my first nightmare like that, and as I was drowning, struggling to get up to the surface of the water, I woke up. That is a very death/rebirth dream.

      The Navajos don’t like to use Owls in their art due to the death connection and they feel that seeing an Owl is a bad omen.

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  2. Interesting dream. For me, seeing owls outside or in art are a message about needing to let something die in order to birth something new. However, several times, they have warned me about accidents or deaths about to happen. Like, to prepare me ahead of time.

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  3. Since they are all in a complete circle, it seems more of a cycle of life with a transformational theme. There seem to be beetles between each owl. Beetles are transformative as well, as they go from larval stage to flight. Maybe I’m due for a change – one never knows if it is small or large. Maybe something as small as being more productive to something as large as full blow ascension! 🙂

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  4. Katelon, this poem makes me realize how connected we all really are! The other day, at the store, I randomly came across a “stained glass” Mandala coloring book and loved the idea. Earlier in the week, a lady recommended I color mandalas as a form of meditation. And today, someone gives me a All-Seeing Eye Mandala coloring book… This poem (which is lovely, by the way) just brings this synchronicity full circle. 🙂

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