The time has come today, to hit the trail, there won’t be any posts for several days, and I’m not sure how much time will be spent off-line.
Crying Out for Vision of Koyaanisqatsi is what is needed and at times like these I’ve done Native American Vision Quests, and I am Â ready to do another now, I will travel to one of my favorite places of power it is located in the Shenandoah mountains on a peak called Lewis mountain. It located off the Appalachian trail near on a blue blaze. I don’t remember the milepost, so if you’re a thru hiker on the AT please stop by for some coffee.
In the year 2001 I did a vision quest there and thought I was going to get blown off the mountain, but creator spared me. This time I am taking a camera and hope to see lots of bears and birds to be with and give me energy.
I’ve made a mess of life expressing feelings to all those around, all I ever wanted was close relationship with all that surrounds me, it seems like something easy and nice to do, but it’s not that easy. I’ve learned many valuable lessons about how men and women process Â feelings.
I’m sure the mountain will heal me and make me stronger for yet another day.
Check back in a week for a journal and pictures.
Koyaanisqatsi is a Hopi term for crazy life.
This is one of my pictures from Shenandoah at Big Meadows in 2003.
“Vision without action is a dream. Action without vision is simply passing the time. Action with Vision is making a positive difference.” Joel Barker quotes