Did everyone have a delightful Vernal Equinox?  It’s all about the changes and new growth.  I saw so many spring flowers from my bike today.  Very encouraging.

             So are our messages.  What I was shown this morning was thorough, and detailed.  Which, considering the subject matter, is kind of unusual.  For me.

Time is not a straight line.

             It wrinkles, as the book title tells us.  And it loops over onto itself, as science fiction has touted for decades.  Simply put, it seriously is not even measurable.   Even though we TRY to make it fit our parameters.

             Time and I have a complicated relationship.  We just don’t understand each other very well.  So that makes it challenging.  Good thing it’s not really a very solid phenomenon.

             Perspective is another feature of Time that makes it unreliable.  And then, as our Special Occasion draw shows us, it can be part of how we move through this life, and how we view that movement.  Including how Time itself is transformative.

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“Butterfly  ~  3  ~  Transformation

Butterfly dreaming works vibrationally with the number three.  Since ancient times three has represented creative power and growth.  Three was the first number to traditionally represent the ‘whole.’  As a symbol, the number three contains an obvious beginning, middle, and end.  It is the Triad – a term which embodies the universal nature of the world as Heaven, Earth, and Sea.  It is life as a whole, encompassing the three phases of the moon, for example, the three phases of human development (Maiden/Youth, Mother/Father, Crone/Sage) and humanity itself, being made up of the body, mind, and soul.

As the Butterfly moves from one developmental stage of life to another (as it moves from the darkness and confines of the chrysalis to the light of freedom), it shows trust in its ability to grow and adapt to new situations.

Butterfly promises that when contemplating change, and when the time is right, she will offer three potent windows of opportunity to rebirth, growth, and heal on all levels – with each window augured by ‘butterflies in the stomach,’ lasting approximately one week.  Such a period is typically followed by a figurative death, represented by the ending of a job or relationship, a bout of depression, a breakdown, or a sudden shift in awareness.  Only after the darkness is celebrated can clarity and gratitude by reinstated.

When initiating changes, wait for the ‘butterflies in the stomach.’  This is the best time to get things moving.  However, if you feel the butterflies in the stomach, but cannot activate anything due to extenuating circumstances, do not fret.  Butterfly offers three windows of opportunity.  Simply wait until the next time the butterflies are felt.  But be aware that if the second opportunity is left unheeded, the third chance may very well be the last one offered for some time.

To have Butterfly flit its way into your cards is to be encouraged to harness the silence so that you may better hear those around you, both corporeally and ethereally; those who may be calling to you from their heart rather than with their voice.”

Today’s Deck:

Animal Dreaming Oracle Cards by Scott Alexander King

Today’s Sharing:

is THIS update on our good friend, the super talented astrologist.  Healing thoughts and buckets of love to you, Sarah!

3 thoughts on “Emergence and Circling.

  1. I really do enjoy the seasons change. I recently heard the term “meteorological spring” which was said to take place on March 1. I think it seems kind of interesting, because the entire month of March seems more spring like than winter like (as do the other months where the seasons change). The Mrs. tells a story of being wrong when she was asked to identify the months of the seasons in the third grade because she identified December as winter, March as spring, June as summer, and September as fall (and the sensitive child that my Mrs. was did NOT like that)…she was delighted to hear of “meteorological spring”!

    Butterfly and Dragonfly do tell us interesting stories, if we stop to listen.

    Ooooooo, well now, “meteorological spring” – yes, interesting.

    11:11 p.m.

  2. Haha. It was supposed to be 50 degrees today and I woke up to snow! I don’t think the weather faeries got the message that today was the first day of Spring! 🙂

    I, too, have a complicated relationship with time. *sigh*

    It can still snow here.
    And has, this late in the year.

    11:12 p.m.

  3. I tend to work well with linear time and when I don’t it’s usually due to my own issues getting in the way. Of course, working well with linear time might indicate a certain rigidity of mind or too much playing by the rules.

    I love butterflies, but cannot handle another bout of depression or meltdown right now. I’m not out of the last one and it was damned devastating.

    Uh, “…a certain rigidity of mind…“,
    you said, I didn’t.

    11:13 p.m.

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