By: Breast Cancer Yoga Staff.
Air as one of the four classic elements can be represented in the garden in a number of ways, namely through wind, sound and movement. Air gives life through its component molecules of carbon and oxygen. It is what we breath. To meditate on the wind element, one could meditate outside in a place where there was occasional wind or watch the movement of a candle flame. We could also use a rotating fan to give the same environment. Add wind element to your healing garden with these few ideas listed below:
Flags, banners and streamers captures the wind and reflect the element air and are easy to include in any garden design. Making wind streamers is simplistic; all you need are a few strips of old material and a stick and you’re ready to go. Find wind streamers tutorial here.
Suncatcher Wind Chimes
Air in the form of wind provides an energy force that has tremendous power. Its slow-moving form creates gentle energy for wind chimes. The chimes in turn produce melodic sound waves which travel through the air. Thus sound is an aspect of air. Suncatcher wind chimes sound is actually quite pleasant peaceful. Find suncatcher wind chime tutorial here.
When the breeze turned the spiral, it had a magical hypnotic type of effect. The ball gave an illusion of moving up and down the spiral tail. Find spiral wind spinner tutorial here.
Wind Harp from different size plastic bottles, 1/10 to 1/3″ slits in the side, different lengths and sizes make different sounds, nail bottle cap on a dowel rod and screw bottle on. These have artists glass swirled on the inside. Gotta try this. Find wind harps tutorial here.
Enhance your landscaping with a fun aquatic hint using the Panacea Fish Kinetic Art Windmill. The familiar shape and blue and green color scheme celebrate life under the sea.
Making a garden healing is not that it is located in a particular place, rather, it’s what happens there. What happens there is what you put into it, the meaning you create and the thoughts and emotional energy you put into it. You are the garden and you must interact with it to make it healing.
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