Saturday, May 30, 2015
Prayer Flag intentions
Someone mentioned that this little clip of The Prayer tree in the wind made them feel so peaceful. I feel that too, and am enjoying having it so close to the studio. The raggedy flags are sponsored by Apifera followers who want to donate to the final Pino Pie Day, and also have a flag hung in Apifera wind to honor a friend, loved one or animal mate.
The prayer flags of Tibet are rooted in their history and culture. I admire their religion, but am not a Buddhist, or any other religion. But I do believe in the movement of energy, and love, through intention. That is what the prayer flags here, and the wind, represent for me. When I'm tieing each flag to the tree, I have a simple intention-to send warm thoughts and health and peace to the name on the flag, and the person who sponsored it. That was Pino Pie Day's first mission way back when it started-to intentionally share love. That is the same intention have as I prepare for this year's final Pino Pie Day.
You can sponsor a prayer flag too by visiting the Pino funding page and looking for the Prayer Flag reward level. I take photos of each flag I hang and share it with you.