With unbounded generosity of spirit and openness of heart, Cindy invites us to share freely the hard won riches of her inner wisdom, presented in her book ‘The Sleeping
The journey on which we are taken is like an Aboriginal Dream . There are clear resonances with Pagan and Biblical acts of creation. ‘Except ye become as little children, ye shall not enter the kingdom of Heaven’. In Jungian terms the highest truths are couched in myth. Thus Jack climbs the beanstalk to face the Sleeping Giant of his own consciousness.
If a world can be seen as a grain of sand, a soul laid bare reveals infinity, in word and image her work is in the visionary tradition of William Blake, a projection
of identity with the Cosmos.
To give of oneself is the greatest gift, it is a dream tapestry . Story threads of the finest rainbow gossamer are woven into the canvas the of the author’s life journey.
And as with an intricate tapestry, the grand design only becomes apparent as we see the work nearing completion. Alchemical transformation of spirit, can only be achieved by the refining of f ire and grinding pestle. Thus the essential gifts of spirit are released.
‘Do you know how much loneliness it takes to find your Giant?’ we are asked. Cindy leaves us in no doubt that she achieves what she set out to do.