We all have our goods and our not-as-goods.  Things and places where we excel  and others where we maybe aren’t that proficient.

             Today’s message is about accepting these facts, as well as building on what we’ve learned up to this point.  Not all of us were cut out to play a professional sport, which is fine.  The point is not how well we’d do in someone else’s life, rather our own . . . .

individual strength.

             The personal empowerment comes from recognizing what ours is/what ours are, and utilizing that knowledge to help, to heal, to spiral ever upwards as we travel our path.

             What I was shown this morning was not always pretty, but it was true and it was real.  We have our own adventures to live, and everyone else has theirs.  As we live ours honestly and with lovingkindness, the burdens lift and the blessings become more frequent.

             And, above all else, we are our own person.  With our own strengths and weaknesses.  Just as it should be.

             As I stood before our card altar earlier, this was the direction we needed to go, and to go there independently.

oracle cards, fairie messages, feeling safe, doreen virtue

“Feeling Safe  ~

Any feelings of danger or vulnerability are healing, and they’re being replaced with the certain knowledge that you are safe and protected right now.

Have you felt frightened or insecure lately?  If so, this card is a signal that heaven is aware of your feelings and has come to your aid.  You are surrounded by heavenly beings who love and protect you on an ongoing basis.

The fairies remind you that your thoughts of danger are triggering your feelings of vulnerability.  In your mind, you have given power to some outside entity.  You believe that this ‘idol’ that you have created has the power to hurt  you.

Yet, the only power it has, is that which you have attributed to it.  The fairies urge you to awaken from this mistaken concept.  See that you have the power to create a happy and secure dream, and make the decision to feel safe.


I am safe.  I am secure.  I am completely protected at all times.”

Today’s Deck:

Healing With The Fairies Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue

              (Side note, I just found out that there’s now a SECOND fairie deck.  Mmmm, we need to investigate this further.)

Today’s Sharing:

is this view of how part of our afternoon went, here in The Burrow.

super green juice
This is about two-thirds of it. (Those jars hold approximately the same as a 2 litre pop bottle.)

             My niece and I juiced.  Or rather, Madalynn ran a very powerful blender which she has recently acquired, and I supplied some greens and grapes.  A lime.  And apples.  Plus part of Emma’s left-over ginger.  Yeah, we diluted it.  Lots.

4 thoughts on “Singularly Fearless

  1. Reminds me of some training axioms: Feel the fear and do it anyway. Work within your strengths. Give the best you have to give today.

    The juice looks interesting…

    It IS interesting! 😛

    12:56 a.m.

  2. When I read about ‘individual strengths’ I couldn’t help but laugh. As I’ve been internetting (is that a word?), I grabbed a tissue to blow my nose. Something on the screen distracted me. I needed to blow my nose so I grabbed a tissue. Then I clicked and started reading. But I needed to blow my nose, so I grabbed a tissue. I went to another site. Then I noticed the table felt funny and looked down. There were 3 tissues in a pile under my hands and I still hadn’t blown my nose! (drip) I don’t think ‘individual strength’ is MY word for today! 😀

    And here is a link for you to brighten your day. Actually, I think I’m going to spread this around. Everyone should smile today, don’t you think? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/07/majestic-dog-photos_n_5093222.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

    Some of those were tough to watch, for me, anyway.
    Holy crap though, the little play pool that tipped over then stayed on top as s/he ran off!

    12:57 a.m.

  3. Hmm. I haven’t been feeling unsafe and the only insecurity I have is money. Certainly that is a vulnerability. But refusing to give in to fear is a good strategy.

    Also, not dwelling on the negativity of it (or even acknowledging its existence). Very helpful.

    12:58 a.m.

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