By  Laurie CochraneComment Laurie Cochrane
 
I have been playing my new Dreamharp today.
 
Thank you for sharing your skills, talents and patience with us.
 

 

 

 

Oh West Wind will travel with me and it was a great challenge making it.
It was great to be spontaneous and take up the three day workshop.
 
 
I did a little reading about the symbolism of wind and found this.
 
Wind represents the spirit, the vital breath of the universe. J.C. Cooper points out that wind represents the power of spirit in sustaining life and holding it together. Hence the symbolic association of wind with cords, ropes and threads. As stated in the Upanishads, "The rope of the windThe thread is the same as the wind."

 

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