Totem Painting



While watching the latest You Tube from Suzi Blu she was inviting everyone to do a journal page with your animal totem with the feel of a mola...I have always had a strong pull toward lizards. I remember as a child catching them as they ran around my grandparents front yard in Florida. When I visited my friend, Debs in Key West this past fall I was surrounded by them every day. I have used them many times in paintings...but finally today, looked up what they meant...Here is a brief summary:
The lizard is sensitive to vibration..eyes are sharp and excellent hearing. They have the ability to break off a wall to escape and save itself from danger. When they come to you it is a sign that it is time to change. Letting go of ideas and actions for a new way. Make your decisions wisely. Awaken abilities by making choices that honor every part of your life. Go within and analze your present reality. Once you do this move with confidence and convention into the world of a new beginning. This is a powerful totem it reveals your weaknesses, your strengths and prompts energy changes..
Gee! And I thought it was just their ability to change colors!!
Watch the video at:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2evUfKrKrFw
Have fun and enjoy the process ...if you don't know what your animal means you can go here and find out! Very interesting!!
Artfully Yours,
Pattie

4 comments:

Krissie said...

Pattie... this is a great mola! I love your lively colours!!I am wondering if there are lots of indian totems, as I got mine from birthday native totem but they dont mention lizards there. R u able to tell me more about this? how come some sites have other animals and others dont?

Halo Hill said...

Wow, that is cool! I don't know what a mola is, but this piece is very cool,and so are your words!

Always,
Sheila

Krissie said...

you expalained it v well Patti...I feel I have a better understanding now of this. Thanks!

Sherry ~ Cherie ~ ms. herbes de provence said...

I just discovered SuziBlu last week -- she's fabulous!

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