I Will Love You Until I Die is a tale of love as it evolves through sentient form, ever towards higher expression.
A young woman burns a funeral pyre for her past of love outgrown. She lets go with grace and care, in the presence of nature who has lent the elements and sent emissaries to witness a liberation and rebirth. The woman submits herself to the renewal of symbolic death that will unbind the promises of old.
The sound of a bell clears our mind as we enter the temple of love afresh.
A wise woman performs a wedding ceremony, committing herself once again, this time to the one true love. She is the bride, the groom, and the hierophant. She is whole. Her unchanged vows carry a new understanding. She looks herself in the eyes, the eyes look back, and in their meeting is written respect.
The sovereign woman has embraced promises as made to be broken, forms outgrown, and ritual re- imagined, to allow the recognition that beyond commitment freely given, love calls for a dynamic readjustment. She has bared before us the secret ritual of coming of age, the holy prerequisite for right relationship, and incidentally, a happy marriage with another.
She leaves us by disappearing into the bushes, inviting to release the old waters back into the earth, and realise our inner radiant sun.