Circles in the Sand

Rahmana Karuna
Posted March 15, 2020 from United States

Ahhhhhhh, just off a Zoom "Meet and Greet" hosted by World Pulse Philippine! 

I just want to share what i did Friday. Since we are all social distancing and self isolating here in Oregon. At least I am.

So, i drove the 80 miles over to the Pacific Ocean to Bandon-By-The-Sea where the locals have been sand drawing circles at low tide.

lesson in Impermanence

folks are coming from long distances, different states to attend this outdoor social gathering on the beach.

Wish i could upload my cell video. but, here is the website with lots of photos and how to DIY!!!!

https://www.sandypathbandon.com/

 

ENJOY,i did

 

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Hello, dear sister Rahmana,

We are so happy you joined our online meet and greet! Thank you so much! We love your energy!

What a lovely photo of sand drawing! I couldn’t see the photos on link you shared. Probably it’s our connection here.

Thank you for sharing!

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 16
Mar 16

Morning Karen, always happy to join sisters on zoom!!! and you all help me figure the techie stuff out!!
the link is a web page with lots of info and photos and their calendar for planned circles contingent on weather forcasts and based on tide chart.

Paulina Nayra
Mar 17
Mar 17

'Twas nice meeting you in the World Pulse Philippines' Meet and Greet. Now you gave me an idea to draw on the beach sand. We live 10 minutes from the beach. Let me try to draw there.
You take care.
Huggs.

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 17
Mar 17

lovely isn't it!!! were you able to link to the website? and see the photos and videos? there is also a link to how to create these circles in the sand!!!
enjoy!
start at mid tide going out.
great being on zoom with sisters!!

Anita Shrestha
Mar 18
Mar 18

wow, we did during childhood time, i remmebber past

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 18
Mar 18

hahaha, where were you living then?
or was it a past life when the ocean was lapping at Nepals borders? ;-)

Shirin Dalaki
Mar 21
Mar 21

Dear rahmana,
I love the picture you posted and I love your light spirit. Thank you so much for sharing.
With love and gratitude,

Shirin

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 21
Mar 21

Ya Shakur, Thank you Shirin, not everyone takes it that way......I've been fired because of laughing. Laughter is THE best medicine. not at others. at myself. at life. yes, i cry scream rant, but laughing is my favorite. and thru much hard work over the decades am greatly rewarded with much serenity. love and hugs virtually ((((((( ))))))))

Shirin Dalaki
Mar 23
Mar 23

Dear Rahmana,
I love laughter too, it is my best medicine. When I was sick and could not breath normally I did laughter yoga to open it my chest and it did! I am sorry you got fired because of laughter obviously you deserve to be in a place where others around you appreciate your presence and beautiful soul. Keep on laughing sister...I am with you, together we laugh and make the world a better place to live with our laughter.
With love and gratitude,

Shirin

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 23
Mar 23

absolutely!!
i also know and lead laughter yoga. love it!!!
I am told repeatedly my laughter is appreciated and loved. Folks know me from a distance away!!!!

Shirin Dalaki
Mar 25
Mar 25

Hello Rahmana,
You make me happy with your presence and I am sure I would tell you the same thing if I heard you laughing, thanks for sharing. I enjoyed it.

Shirin

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 25
Mar 25

((((((((((((((((((((((( ))))))))))))))))))))))))
virtual hugs

Shirin Dalaki
Mar 27
Mar 27

Thank You.

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Mar 23
Mar 23

Dear Rahmana
Love the drawing on the sand. But we do not have a beach in my community.I will love to try it one day where I will find a beach
Love
Veronica Ngum
Bamenda,Cameroon

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 23
Mar 23

a beach with a wide enough tide ;-)
i have a labrynth in my back yard corner. cut from the grass.
hmmm, does not appear a mechanism to attach a photo.
any space actually can do. with creativity even chalk, paper, fabric, stones oh right i have seen many made of stones..
the difference with the tide is it gets washed clean in two hours=impermanence.