The channeled messages are back. And maybe so am I. Perhaps. There’s a lot* still to manage, but I’m working on it. According to *A* today, I’m actually doing it fairly well, too. I trust her, so ya know, she’s probably right.
*Definitely not Alot, though.
What I heard first thing, right as I woke up, was that we need to continue facing these challenges and moving forward. Plus, we are best suited to do it together.
leave a legacy.
Like when we reach out, thank a friend for simply showing up. Or we pass on a helpful tip or useful link. Last night I saw this, on the chat with Allie Brosh. (Very special thanks to Hanny, for sending her mother there originally.)
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On our card altar we’ve stayed within the regular rotation, to come around onto this most gentle helper-of-all. Sometimes, it’s best to just get back to the basics.
“Clear Quartz ~
harmony, meditation, protection, infinite possibilities
Clear Quartz crystal can be programmed with whatever qualities you desire, for just like you, this crystal is full of infinite possibilities.
This card is asking you to reflect on all that you would like to achieve in life. Make a list and then mentally infuse this card, (or alternatively, a real Quartz crystal) with all the qualities and things that you wish to manifest.
Carry the card (or stone) with you – keep it close to your heart and mentally envisage your life as you would love it to be. Set realistic goals for yourself and repeat this ritual daily until your goals are reached, then set new goals.
Remember – all is possible if you believe it. Just make sure it is truly what your heart desires. Life is a journey, not a destination.”
Crystal Oracle Cards by Toni Carmine Salerno
was one errand, downtown and back, at a nicely brisk pace of 10.8 MPH (in some killer wind, too), for a total of 8.594 miles, pedaling time of 47 minutes 38 seconds.
was a lone Minnesota, who could potentially be a re-run plate.
is this view, from Tuesday’s urban hike. Where we rested, and First Aided.
That’s a Daniel foot in frame. Mine are not. Neither one of them. They were too hideously painful to be looked at. Putting extra eyes on them would have hurt more.
Both are gradually healing though, thanks for asking.