Did anyone else here join in with Andie and friends to practice a meditation at the Wesak full moon last night? Well I endeavoured to from my quiet corner of the world, even though it was at 2.49am and I fell into a deep sleep afterwards! I was struggling at first to relax, my mind raced as all sorts of trains of thought surfaced, some were even angry and dark - probably just a reaction to stress I've been holding on to - which made me laugh considering the nature of the meditation. As I let it go and breathing deepened I finally started to get some interesting imagery about the full moon. The moon rise from the south east earlier that evening was in fact a brilliant orange colour but in my minds eye I saw it as silver, yet instead of the familiar pattern of a face on its surface which our collective mind makes I saw two figures very clearly, a man and a woman. At first the thought came to me they were brother and sister then it occured to me they were twins. There was a bright star and constellation above it and to the right. I'd have to recreate the time with the planetarium to know what stars they may have been but the association was very strong as was the energy coming from the two figures. By the way any suggestions on the interpretation of this sort of imagery is welcome. The second memorable dream-like sequence I had later that night after the meditation was just as abstract if not more so. I was in the Andes (Andie's?!) mountains overlooking some ancient archaeological dig site which had uncovered a patchwork of old metal mining sites along some hidden seams close to the dry and dusty surface. The thought occured that it had been piecemeal and largely ineffective at uncovering the metal beneath. At that point there was a huge electrical storm and the ground around the mining site was repeatedly hit by light(e)ning and the metal fused. I was able to reach into the earth and pull out a huge piece shaped as a golden eagle, wings spread. Other people started to arrive at the site, military perhaps, and I had to leave and take the eagle to safety. All very odd I know but a vivid dream none the less. However you interpret the symbolism, I'm certainly feeling the energy of this full moon even if my body clock has gone a little haywire. Hopefully tonight will be more restful. Sweet dreams.