New week inspiration . . .



There’s nothing more inspiring than
veering off the busy highway onto the back roads
and enjoying the wonder of God’s creation…






Photo credit: Elena Shumilova
Text & image source: Welcome Home


You have traveled too fast over false ground;


“You have traveled too fast over false ground;
Now your soul has come to take you back.

Take refuge in your senses, open up
To all the small miracles you rushed through.

Become inclined to watch the way of rain
When it falls slow and free.

Imitate the habit of twilight,
Taking time to open the well of color
That fostered the brightness of day.

Draw alongside the silence of stone
Until its calmness can claim you.”

~John O’Donohue







Artist~ Chris Barnes
Text & image source: Moonlight Serenade

#WorldofSymbolism . . . Blackberry, the fairy fruit.


“Celtic lore says that blackberries are fairy fruit and may bring bad luck to people who eat them. Blackberries were also considered protective against earthbound spirits and vampires. It is said that if planted near the home, a vampire couldn’t enter because he would obsessively count the berries and forget about the people inside”.
~ Mountain Rose Herbs :


“The blackberry in England has a lot of folklore, each pointing to a common piece of wisdom. Blackberry was the bane of all evils, from misfortune to illness. It was used to release people and animals from illness, misfortune, and witchery. There are tales that the Devil was thrown out of Heaven and into a blackthorn bush, and such avoids and hates them”.
~ Of Wood and Bone :







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Text & image source: Between the Realms

High Recognitions . . . We must enrich the Earth with love and kindness.


“We must enrich the Earth with love and kindness.
We must hold our hands over plants and animals and protect them,
for we are servants, guardians, protectors,
and consequently masters on Earth!”

– Roselis von Sass(The Truth About the Incas)





Text & image source: Garden of Illumination

High Recognitions . . . The Lord of Life, gave each one of us,…


“The Lord of Life, gave each one of us, on our journey,
talents which we must develop and use here on Earth!
This is done through work – through tireless
spiritual and material work!
Never forget this!”

– Roselis von Sass(The Truth About the Incas)







Text & image source: Garden of Illumination

Harvest Full Moon Blessings!


Full Moon Blessings!
The Harvest Full Moon in Aries on October 5th!
Aries is the most individualistic Zodiac sign,
and having the Full Moon in opposition to Mercury,
the planet of communication,
can trigger negative reactions, dramatic decisions
and angry resolutions.

So, try to stay grounded, neutral and calm.
Let your wisdom, not fear guide you through challenges,
shifts and transformations.
Open your heart to empathy and compassion
that is what the world needs most right now.






Text & image source: Rivers in the Ocean

#WorldofSymbolism . . . Naga, the Fire Serpent


Naga, the Fire Serpent that awakens the Kundalini energy to Earth’s energy, and keeps a continuous flow. Thus we are enabled to become more attuned to Earth, the Great Mother .

“Stories involving the nāgas are still very much a part of contemporary cultural traditions in predominantly Hindu regions of Asia (India, Nepal, and the island of Bali). In India, nāgas are considered nature spirits and the protectors of springs, wells and rivers. They bring rain, and thus fertility, but are also thought to bring disasters such as floods and drought.

Nagas are snakes that may take human form. They tend to be very curious. According to traditions nāgas are only malevolent to humans when they have been mistreated. They are susceptible to mankind’s disrespectful actions in relation to the environment. They are also associated with waters—rivers, lakes, seas, and wells—and are generally regarded as guardians of treasure.”






Text & image source: Reiki and Angel Healing House