(Note: for folks who read this fresh, the night I write it, sorry for the delay, it’s going up late.)

             Alrighty, JulieLanders, I couldn’t wait to sit down here and start typing today.  The gift I was given, (in my sleep) as our message, was phenomenal.   Another one of those visceral, textural, hugely emotional series of scenes played out, just for me to experience them so I could share with  you.

            Sadly  I can’t show you the movie-like version that I got to see, and live through.  Words won’t do it justice, but I’ll try my hardest to capture the essence.

             What I now know, without doubt (even though I didn’t doubt it before) is that we have a Team.  We also have a core group.  (Some call it our Soul Pod, like pods of whales.)

             We transition with this selection of beings, through life after life after life after life . . . . .  switching roles, colors, genders, relationship status.  We cross paths with folks who are not in our cluster (they have their own) as we journey along.

             No matter where we are (or WHO we are), this one assortment of souls is with us, around us, moving through the lessons as we do.  In a gorgeous and massively organized fashion.

Complicated and beautiful

tapestry of connections.

             It was stunning to witness how it worked, and to FEEL those connections.  We transitioned like flawless performers on a gargantuan stage, smoothly, moving into and out of place; adjusting our situations and relationships as we moved around to rejoin the group.

             The power of our togetherness nearly made me cry, it was that emotional to see and to feel and to process.  (The sensation stayed with me all day.)  If this sounds über zealous, it’s because that’s how it left me.

             Then, I stood in front of our card altar, being directed to an angel who arrived to chime in with her voice, and to validate yesterday’s draw.

angel messages, patience, oracle cards

“Patience  ~

Archangel Jophiel:

‘Your dreams are blooming more rapidly than you realize.  Still, they need nurturing and patience.’

Additional Message:

‘It takes time for a seedling to push through the ground and mature into a flower-bearing plant.  Yet, each moment of a plant’s life cycle can bring joy to those who notice its beauty.  

In the same way, enjoy the process of realizing your dreams.  Slow down and feel gratitude, as each step brings your manifestation into tangible form.  Notice the lessons and love that spring from every moment that you engage in acting upon your dreams.’

Working with Jophiel:

Jophiel helps us experience more grace and peace in our lives through slowing down and noticing the beauty that already surrounds us.  She asks us to savor and enjoy each moment, rather than hinging our happiness on some future goals.

Call upon Jophiel anytime you feel rushed, stressed, or unhappy.  She’ll increase your awareness and appreciation of life’s everyday miracle.”

             The part about “noticing beauty that already surrounds” us is key.  It’s how I was shown that we are all connected.  We are all part of this beautiful life, together.

Today’s Deck:

Archangel Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue

FLP Report:

begins with one that we’d never seen before, it’s a new Oregon plate that has something to do with safety for kids.  Then Dan spotted Wisconsin, and I saw ANOTHER of that same one that got past me the other day.  In nearly the same spot.  I might ride by on my bike and try to find it again.

4 thoughts on “Taking our time, together.

  1. “It takes time for a seedling to push through the ground and mature into a flower-bearing plant. Yet, each moment of a plant’s life cycle can bring joy to those who notice its beauty.” Now, I enjoy doing this in the literal plant sense. And it is a process that takes time. So why the hell is this so difficult? “She asks us to savor and enjoy each moment, rather than hinging our happiness on some future goals.” *shakes head* Need to get this straightened out!

    I wonder what would help? Affirmations? Daily jotting down of positive thoughts?

    10:56 p.m.

    1. Well, probably because, in a plant sense, it has to be hard to stick your head out of the ground, through the cold dirt, to reach for sunlight that is frequently obscured by clouds (image here of my daffodil bulbs, bravely reaching up into snow). Those first green shoots know they get to be the first beautiful flowers of spring (well, the crocus are usually first, but not in my yard because the deer eat them) but it doesn’t make sticking that shoot up through cold, wet, frosty ground any easier.

  2. Somehow in all my travels I got behind on my blogs, both yours and Jim Wright’s. This pod concept is really reflective of how some of my relationships feel, especially with the numbered members of your family…and the ones that I have with some of my music friends, many of whom I have only just connected with.

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