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The unknown should not be . . .

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“The unknown should not be a source of suspicion,
fear, or retreat to superstition,
but motivation to continue asking questions
and seeking answers. ”

~ Neil Shubin

 

 

 

 

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How does the Meadow flower its bloom unfold?

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“How does the Meadow flower its bloom unfold?
Because the lovely little flower is free down to its root,
and in that freedom bold.”

~ William Wordsworth

 

 

 

 

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High recognitions . . . The cosmic clock

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“In the timetable of Creation, however,
a thousand years on Earth
are but a short pulse beat.”

– Roselis von Sass
The writer draws inspiration from “The Grail Message” (In The Light of Truth) by Abd-ru-shin

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Full Super Moon Blessings!

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Full Super Moon Blessings!
Today let’s greet Wolf Moon in its enchanting fullness.
This is a perfect time to embark on something new!
Focus on your big dreams, crystalize an intention
and clarify all ingredients needed to fulfill the dreams.
Full Moon energy is powerful and will help you to
start moving forward to assure your success.
It is also a right time for releasing things
that no longer serve your higher self…..

The name for January’s Full Moon was inspired by the wolf packs
howling hungrily outside Indian villages, amid the cold and deep snows
midwinter. Sometimes it was also referred to as the Old Moon.

 

 

 

 

 

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Happy New Year!

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It is that time of year again….
Making that New Year’s resolution list that we never keep.
We start with a burst of enthusiasm and then slowly, like champagne in a glass, the bubbles begin to fizzle out over time…
Well, I’m not making any New Year resolutions this year, in fact I’m letting go – of old beliefs that keep me imprisoned,
I’m shedding the weight of responsibilities I have carried that I need not carry,
I’m releasing the hold of people in my life who only bring me down,
I no longer look to them for approval, I have my own.
I’m getting rid of clutter both physically and mentally,
making room for what the universe has for me and not what I think I need.
I’m surrendering instead of fighting, kicking and screaming,
I choose to dance with life instead.
I’m relinquishing those fears that hold me back from reaching my true potential.
Those cloying relationships that cause me to feel as though I am being smothered and can’t breathe that I have allowed just to feel loved.
I am embracing my aloneness, my uniqueness, my soul, instead of critiquing and berating myself. Or even others who so gladly will do it for you.
Instead of making a new New Year’s Resolution list, I am choosing to let go of all the old to make room for the abundance and miracles that awaits me in and during 2018…

 

 

 

 

 

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High recognitions . . . for all of you, nature spirits,

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“As I walk in the happy atmosphere of the bright midday,
love and gratitude flow from my heart. This love and gratitude
are for all of you, nature spirits, both big and small,
who make life on Earth possible for me.”

– Roselis von Sass(The Truth About the Incas)

 

 

 

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#WorldofSymbolism . . .the bear and Artio

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Artio is a Celtic Goddess of wild life, transformation, and abundance.
Artio comes from the old Celtic word for bear.
Bear goes into hibernation pregnant and comes out in the spring
giving birth symbolic of the Goddess and her journey
through life, death and renewed life

 

 

 

 

Beautiful art by Alexander Uglanov
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