Naomi, Caves and Lemon Trees
Dreamed Oct. 4, 1995, painted 1996, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 42", by Jenny Badger Sultan
I am visiting Naomi. She and I walk down a white sandy bank to a body of water. We are among lemon trees with beautiful round yellow lemons--they have the shape and color of Meyer lemons. Walk among branches, leaves, lemons, seeing through the spaces between.
We have conflicts about which way to go and decide to go separate ways. I see caves at the foot of the cliffs. We both swim and then meet again...
Naomi tells me of a new way she is learning to deal with things and people and herself. I suggest that she may be able to help me get out of the impasses I create for myself.
There is a very good feeling in the dream--beauty, lightness, openness, vitality of Naomi, pleasure being with her and in this place.