Have you ever heard of an intuitive logo designer? One of our horse listeners from Spain, Fiona De Carli, designs all of her logo commissions this way – she meditates and connects with the spirit or energy of whatever surrounds or wishes to be embodied in the project. So cool! Of course I had to hire her to do the logo for the new Singing Horse Herd website. Fiona says:
“In the commissions and personal work I’ve done in this way, the energetic process is truly the stronger part and takes the longest, as all the energies start to weave together finding balance and unity to create an image that truly reflects their unified energy. It’s a sort of dance!”
Well the horses sure set her a challenge, and during her meditation with them, they gave her 2 images/visions to work from. She saw a heart that was created by the heads of all 11 horses, like a mandala. And then she saw a horse, but with many, many legs – perhaps the legs of all of them.
The feeling was, one horse united by Heart and one common direction/purpose. They told her there was no simple logo!
And then it got even more difficult… because even just working with the logo engages the energetic space this herd holds:
“I wanted to apologize for the delay of the logo. I’ve been trying some things, pushing more the design and trying colors, but nothing seems to really work. Simultaneously I’m in a strange moment and it seems that working on the logo is bringing to the surface old fears and wounds, and sometimes I block seeing it because of that. Who said it would be easy??
I’m in a blockage point right now and not really sure how to move forward with it as it has stopped to be professional and started to be personal.”
I encouraged Fiona to take her time, I also directed her to some sessions in my Lazer Tapping program I thought would help her deal with the old trauma/wounds being brought up for healing.
The horses kept bringing Fiona back to the many-legged idea, even though it was pretty much impossible to do as a logo and ended up looking like ‘spider horse’ or ‘octopus horse’.
All the horses would give her was a vision of a full-color illustration with very bright blue, green, orange, pink colors, depicting an energetic process through voice-heart-legs. But they would clarify nothing for the logo.
So then she just painted the illustration and sent it to me:
I wanted to share this with you. This visual representation of an important energetic process through Voice-Heart-Legs. What do you feel when you look at this? What ideas, concepts, poems, or ideas come to you?
Jini Patel Thompson is a natural health writer and Lazer Tapping instructor. She began riding at age 2 in Kenya, and got her first horse at age 8 in Alberta, and so continues a life-long journey and love affair with these amazing creatures.
12 thoughts on “Psychic Logo For The Singing Horse Herd”
This is so beautiful. I love the way her heart healing was led through her work.
I noticed in the invitation to join the mentorship program video, there is a still of mares butt. Brown and white. Thats the lead ga, right. What i noticed and im probably not the only one, but had to say, Her spots back there look a whole lot like your logo.
Yes, someone else said exactly the same thing! Siyone has a magical coat indeed. And it is her head we used for the LTYH logo 🙂
This is beautiful! I also had an exchange with Fiona. She reached out to me for a session. What I saw as who she is and her abilities prompted me to ask her for a session from her. I saw a HUGE library of information that she had direct access kind of like the Akashic records to which brought a sense of a knowing and a trust for and in her that she could observe and help me shift something that she could SEE and translate and shift with me. SO SO beautiful.
I would HIGHLY recommend a session with her.
Oh so you already had a session with her? So cool! She has such a beautiful, honest heart – a real gem. Someone who is so brave in spite of all the obstacles and challenges to that bravery – yet also manages to keep her heart engaged, and access open, as she works through these big pieces. xo
May I first say what a beautiful piece of artwork. I feel the light swirling all through the horse/horses. The yellow orangish color of the horse head is gorgeous. It feels like it holds the essence of all the horses. I can look and its Aude. I can look and its Jax. I can look and its Montaro. Juno Etc. I feel the energy when I see this artwork. The white is so dramatic showing the light. The lime green heart 💚 is coming forward in this. I believe the legs are so pink and very delicate. I somehow feel alittle off with them. I think it has to do with my visual more than anything. When I see a horse the legs aren’t in that position of the body. Thats just me. This is not to hurt anyone’s feelings. I can’t even draw a horse. Its how I feel when I look at the leg part. Oh and the music note is incredible. Holds the singing part of the herd very nicely. The more I look the more I love ❤ it. Hope that might help.
You think those legs are off – now you know how poor Fiona felt when she tried to work all 11 sets of legs in there! LOL Love your feedback and what you see, and what it makes you feel. And totally get what you feel about each horse being present in some way. The colors, the elements feel SO alchemical to me… yet I can’t really language what I’m feeling/perceiving.
Interesting that Greeks, Chinese, and Indians usually referred to what Westerners call alchemy as “The Art,” or other terms denoting change or transmutation. That’s as close as I can come to defining what I see/feel about this very cool piece.
A friend sent me this:
where the legendary 8-legged horse Sleipnir, Odin’s horse is mentioned!
It made me think immediately of Fiona’s illustration….
She lives just up the road from me, I’m gonna check her out : ))))
Well, well, isn’t this getting interesting? And should we be surprised that the herd gave Fiona an image that is archetypal and mythical as well? But wait, it gets better, who else always accompanies Odin and the 8-legged horse? WOLVES and ravens!
“Riding into battle, Odin was always accompanied by Sleipnir(or Sleipner), an amazing, eight-legged horse of supernatural strength. Odin has also other constant companions, namely, two wolves; Geri (Greedy) and Freki (Ravenous) and two ravens, Munin, (memory) and Hugin, (thought), ever present on the god’s shoulders.”
If you don’t know the connection between this herd and wolves, you can read about it here:
The first time I met Kaliah, Siyone and Makah, the sky was abuzz with ravens – not crows – RAVENS. They made sure to get our attention, repeatedly
More crazy CMSU matrix stuff!! I’ll see if I can post some pics…
I feel the stunningly bright, vast energy, and movement of say — lightening …. the feel of it when, BAM, it hits close to you when your in a field and your happy to still be alive as the storm (our troubles and tribulations) rumble past. It and they can blast right through what we guard, knows when to and what needs healing and if we are willing, they will come meet with us. The yellow (not red — interesting) glowing heart is fantastic. And I adore the legs, the musculature is so well done.
I can only imagine Fiona’s struggles as the ask was for a symbol of all of the horses together. Bravo, Fiona, this is really good!
I’ve been following another blogger about a farm in Vermont where they raise water fowl and I just love the images the owner uploads. There is something so childlike and innocent there that I’ve been itching to put in an art form but it, too, alludes me –so far. Finding the right expression of what we feel-see-interpret can be so hard but worth the exploration.
’till next we meet,
I LOVE that description – YES!! Thanks for putting it into words 🙂
For the artwork, have you tried using your non-dominant hand? Might help with that childlike quality… I remember the first time I tried big brushstrokes on a large piece of paper with my left hand – great feeling!