|Bookmark with wave/white feather on it and tag off my feather pillow.|
Ever since I picked up and started reading The Intuitive Way by Penney Pierce, the white feather as a sign has been popping up quite a bit.
moon, I purchased from the
Byron Bay Writer's Festival, because I thought the wave looked like a white feather which reminded me of The Intuitive Way cover, and to ride the wave of intuition to see where it takes you to.
|Barry Eaton (far left) hosting a talk at the Writer's Festival, Byron Bay|
In the book Barry describes his life this time, like riding a serendipitous intuitive wave.
How It Feels.
His latest movie is about WW1 Australian miners who go to France to dig tunnels under the German trenches.
It is called Beneath Hill 60, but what struck me was a scene in the movie where Brendon empties a tin of white feathers onto a dining table, explaining that so many white feathers were sent to him as a sign of cowardice for not enlisting, that he could fill a pillow with them, if he wanted to.
|Photo of white porcelain feathers from Inside Out magazine.|