We’re talking about reality today.  The process of looking deeply, and then honouring what we see.  Not what we WANT to see, but what is truly there.

             Over 20 years ago I began having spontaneous regressions.  My past lives were creeping into my current life.  Whether I wanted them to or not.

             One of the things that I learned from this process is that if we don’t get to know ourselves, really really well, we aren’t able to move forward.  And that’s just bad for everyone.

             Here’s what I woke up hearing this morning:

reach out with genuine honesty.

             It was a loud and intense message.  Like, we absolutely needed to know it, RIGHT NOW!

            From what I was shown of this one, the reaching “out” is also about reaching within.  Help others, always.  But, be sure to start from our own place of Self-Care.

             When the Universe jabs at us this loudly, it’s best to pay attention.  Because that pestering won’t go away.  It will simply get stronger.  And more difficult to deal with.

             In the card altar room today, we have two events happening, both connecting directly and concisely.   One is at the end of this post, and the other is our daily draw.

oracle cards, gaia's garden, wisdom of the hidden realm

“Gaia’s Garden  ~  18  ~

fruition, abundance, reaping what you sow

In Gaia’s Garden, you have everything you need to make your dreams come true.  There is no shortage of anything, and you’re constantly reminded of the Law of Supply.

Gaia is the infinite Spirit manifest in all tangible things.  She represents the abundance of Nature.  When she comes to you as your Ally, she invites you to partake of all the blessings of Life.

There will always be enough for everyone.  Success comes to you from the fruits of your intentions, and all is well with the world as a result.

This is also a sign to remind you to give thanks and maintain an attitude of humility and gratitude as your greatest good now manifests for you.  Gaia’s gifts are sweeter when you share them with others.”

             This illustration is so perfect, except for the headgear.  It distracts from all the other greatness in the image.  Or maybe that’s just me.

             The part about reaping what we sow is valid and upfront.  When we reach out, when we share, when we practice our honesty, about ourselves and others, we are living up to our greatest good.  We are thriving in Gaia’s Garden.  And it shows.  The results cannot be disputed.

Today’s Deck:

Wisdom Of The Hidden Realm Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid

Today’s Sharing:

is something that turned up in The Burrow recently.  It was purchased years ago, but then it got lost.  Now it’s found again, and I’m going to put it on our card altar.

There is a pencil in view for proportion.

             It’s a stamp (the drawing is replicated from a Crater Lake area petroglyph).  The important thing here is the symbol, and what it represents.   Thunderbirds are some of the most sacred beings in the natural and spiritual worlds.  I have been visited by more than one.

             They are massive.  And beyond powerful.  Will this be my aesthetically pleasing item?  For now, I believe the answer is yes.  Just having it where I can look at it makes me happy.

4 thoughts on “Powerfully True and Fruitful

  1. Why, oh, why did they stick those things to Gaia’a head? Otherwise a wonderful picture.

    As for an aesthetically pleasing item, how does one choose just one? I love my crystals, my teapots, plants, animals, tarot cards…

    I know why, I just don’t like them. (They are Cornucopias, or Horns of Plenty baskets. Evidently going for the whole fecund symbolism.)

    10:15 p.m.

      1. 🙂 I dooo! I’m currently getting caught up with my monthly boxes which have my tea and candle things in them (I just put Feb. out 🙂 I put pics on my blog). And I have a variety of crystals set out on my sofa end table where I can see them every day. I have too many favorites!

  2. The thunderbird stamp is very nice. And I’ve always liked Gaia, every since I first read about her.

    She is another version of Urtha, the original Mother/Goddess archetype. I just like them all.

    10:16 p.m.

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