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Seven Circles

Seven Circles

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I look within and I see the Heart of the Universe.

I see every created thing, all that is, all that was, and all that is yet to be

As I look I see that every created thing has a thread of smoke or light going from it.

The voice whispers, “This cord connects all to the Source.

Without this cord it would not exist.”

I see that all these threads, coming from everything, go to the center

The center circle of the Source, where the seven directions make one place.

I see that all these threads are tied together or joined here at this spot.

Image above: Seven Circles by Thom Ricks.

Words above: from Look Within by Steve Whitacre.

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Ann Fontaine

Looks like a state trooper in the head of the figure.

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