Not much time to chat this evening, got home late.  But I promised to share some of our adventure from yesterday in the state capitol.  Let’s get right to work, so you can see where we went.

             Starting with our channeled message.  It just didn’t want to spin in any other direction, no matter how I shoved or maneuvered.  We all know that there is no badgering the Universe.

Giving fears/worries space and vision/direction causes them to manifest,

so don’t.

             Blunt?  Sure.  But apparently it’s what we needed right now.  On our card altar we’ve returned to the regular rotation, with a second round of this stack.

animal messages

“Rhinoceros  ~

Still the chatter within to see your true path in life.

Ancient behemoth, repository of primordial wisdoms, Rhino, like supreme masters has no need for society.  Rhino stands sturdily in your cards to counsel that you still the constant chatter in your head, take time out from hectic socializing, and simply be.

At first your mind will echo with a thousand thoughts, but soon it will quieten and the true nature of your path and dreams will make themselves known.  And with Rhino by your side, you may turn them into reality.”

             Manifestation, squared.  What are these two messages saying? Well, don’t think about the bad, but DO think about the good.  And in a nice quiet place.  If only for a moment, we deserve that much.

             Because remember, we can have ALL the good.

Today’s Deck:

Animal Messages – Seek Inspiration From Your Animal Guides by Susie Green

Today’s Sharing:

will begin with a view from our bench.

oregon state capitol, gold man
Gold Oregonian on top.

             We saw a display inside that told about the dime program for restoring his surface, and maintaining the historic accuracy.  Something I remembered from school.

state fountains

             Wanna know how we took this picture?   My camera has a timer!  And she showed me how to use it!  (This bodes well for future photographic exploration.)

state fountains
A fountain we found,
and loved.

             There are three on this property.  The one behind us in that shot above, another, that you can sort of see past this one.  And the very artsy example here.  (We also came across The Moon Tree.)

             Thank you Barb, for taking the time to hang out with me.  It was a wonderful adventure (and educational, too).  We are doing GREAT work!

10 thoughts on “Hearing and Learning and Doing (with updating).

  1. Ahh! Look at you two and your beautiful pictures! I love it.

    Thank you, lol, neither of us were pleased with the shot we appeared in. On the other hand we were both THRILLED to be simply be there. 😀

    10:53 p.m.

    1. yes, exactly! I am finally back home again and catching up. 🙂 Loved the message from this day. Now I will save the rest of my comments up for the current post.

  2. Terrific picture! It’s nice to see you both looking so good. I’m glad you had a good time.

    I definitely need to take time to let my thoughts quiet down so I can hear the real thoughts and work with them. I’ve been avoiding that. No wonder I’m a mess. :/

    I can only speak for me,
    but yes,
    *I* had a GREAT time!

    10:54 p.m.

    1. Go back and read the manifested message. It works for the thoughts we have about ourselves too. You are a strong and wonderful woman!

      And YOU are an outstandingly awesome friend and care-giver.

      10:57 p.m.

  3. Been actively working to get quiet time today – kayaking in the marsh, which was lovely and currently hiding in my room!

    Excellent! I was HOPING you could pull it off, totally thought of you as I was typing that out.

    10:58 p.m.

  4. Loved the fountain and the moon tree is cool. Nice to see you and Barb out and about together.

    I have turned in to my crazy grandmother, at long last. She was the best tour guide (for a vast assortment of friends/family/long-lost relatives), and it seems as though I’m not bad either.

    10:59 p.m.

  5. Lovely photos. I like that message too. : )

    Thank you, sometimes I get a few good shots out of my large selection of terrible ones. I’m always so surprised!

    11:01 p.m.

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