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Transformation in the Caves
or,
Nest, Eggs and Legs

dreamed l993/9/7, painted 1993, acrylic on canvas, 60" x 49", by Jenny Badger

I find myself in a store or gathering place. I meet a man who is familiar to me. We talk about what we've been doing; he's been traveling and teaching. Then, as we stand there, he offers to do some kind of psychic energizing or clearing on me. As he breathes energy down through me, I go into an altered state. I don't see the world around me, just sense vibrations going through me. Then I somehow sense a powerful woman we both know (Susan Cervantes?). I'm standing between them, one in front of me, the other behind me. She is joining in with him in this process. I'm a bit nervous about this, unsure if I can trust it, but there is no going back.

One of them says "Now imagine that you are sitting on your nest with your eggs." I see the eggs! They're big--about six by ten inches. "Your legs are detachable and you can place them comfortably in this nest with your eggs." Eggs and legs?

dream-based acrylic painting, 'Transformation in the Caves', by Jenny Badger; 1993, 60

And it's really happening. It's like something from Castaneda. Humming, vibration, light, energy flow. Being in the nest, legs acting as a containing element for eggs. Don't have to worry about pains of crossing legs--as in yoga--because legs are detachable.

Perhaps they always were.

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