Creation Myths and Fairy Tales of the Creation Goddess

 

What others are saying about Aja’s Seven Jewels Myths…

“Aja’s Creation myths and fairy tales took me to a place I know deep inside but many times do not think about exploring. It was inner and outer journey at the same time, a place I could dream into. As she told the story it was like hearing something I knew, but for the first time. I believe the gift of her story is the seed in all of us to experience our own imagination and find the place in us that can create.”
~Susannah Redfield

“Aja’s artwork is archetypal, using vivid colors and shapes that draw you into their world. Her crystal singing bowl and toning along with her imaginative performance are relatable to all lives and transformative. She is a Shamanic Artist.”
~Edwin Nothnagel

“Aja’s New Earth Myth made me full of love and light. I didn’t know storytelling could be like that.”
~Willoughby Parks

“Aja is a beautiful artist and performer! Her vision for bringing healing and hope to this world through her original Faerie Tales and paintings is magical. Her underlying love of the human journey is evident in the weaving together of her visual art and the spoken word.”
~Judith Winston

“I was enchanted by Aja’s performance. I felt transported. It was like I was receiving a story brought back from a deep forgotten place inside myself.”
~Mariana Sita

The Goddess Who Created the World

The Goddess Who Created the World is a New Earth Creation Myth of the Divine Feminine. It tells the story of Creation Goddess who rises from the bottom of the sea to create the world through the awakening of the seven jewels inside her.

Opening the portals of imagination, it inspires us to ask ourselves magical questions such as ~

1)What are my inner jewels?
2)What is the value of me having a body and not just being pure spirit?
3)What have I always wanted? 

 

The Seeing Goddess and the Blind Dragon

The Seeing Goddess and the Blind Dragon is a new earth creation myth that confronts self-doubt, fear and limiting beliefs.
It is an allegory about verbal and emotional abuse.

Opening the portals to the imagination, it inspires us to ask ourselves three magical questions:
1)How do I deal with negativity in my environment?
2)How can I stay in a state of self-love?
3)What did I promise to do when I came into the world and how does that connect with who I am now? 

The Bird Who Dreamed

The Bird Who Dreamed is a new earth creation myth celebrating the awakening of higher consciousness and the creative spirit. It takes place on the ancient,timeless, Mountain of Dreams and Visions, and is told through the eyes of the New Ancestral Bird.

Opening the portals of imagination, it inspires us to ask ourselves three magical questions :

1)How would I be being if I trusted my intuition, inspiration and imagination?
2)What am I most deeply aware of and connected to in the core of my being?
3)What actions would I take if I trusted my intuition, inspiration and imagination?

 

The Weaver and the Fairies

The Weaver and the Fairies is a new earth fairy tale taking place in a magical village where everyone sees invisible jeweled light whenever they are doing the work they love, everyone that is, but the Mayor. It is a symbolic story reflecting the planetary shift in consciousness from fear to love.

Opening the portals of imagination, it inspires us to ask three magical questions:

1)What do self-empowering experiences of creativity
feel like/ look like?
2)What matters more to me- my experience of creativity or
gaining the approval of others in what I create?
3)What is inside my heart?

 

The Adventures of the River People
Part One

The Adventures of the River People Part One is a new earth creation myth about expanding one’s connection to creativity through embracing heightened sensual awareness and the experiences of new forms of consciousness, guided by Creation Goddess,
the Goddess at the bottom of the Sea.

Opening the portals of imagination, it inspires us to ask three magical questions:

1)What value does color have in my world?
2)What does the experience of leaving home and exploring new worlds bring me?
3)How can I be more in touch with my dreams and visions?