We are all familiar with the concept of nature vs nurture, as well as how vital a role genetics plays in our own individual day-to-day existence.
There are parts and pieces of that, too, which have a spiritual component. What I was lucky enough to see this morning, adds it all together, combing the last ingredient of…….
Mix well, and we have us, the individual. What the Universe wants us to be aware of right now is that these components and contributions DO make the whole, our entirety.
We are one of a kind, and we’re this way SPECIFICALLY for the lessons and tasks we have set our for ourselves during THIS particular lifetime. Us doing our job.
We retain the gifts of mother, father, environment, and Tribe, and we take them on this journey. A healing adventure, where we are ever spiraling upwards. Us, and our blessings, and our baggage.
Standing in the card altar room earlier, I was clearly directed to this specific draw. Which makes the perfect accompaniment to our message.
“Home ~ 27 ~
‘You are comfortable in your own skin.
Peace, security, safety, belonging, and all the features one would want from ‘home’ are indicated now. The Home card represents an invitation to experience what it’s like to be secure in your own skin, to live comfortably no matter what is happening in the world around you.
It is a time for opening your eyes to your tribe of like-minded people, or one special person who make you feel like you’ve come home.
Home is love, and love is all around you now. Whatever your inquiry, you are where you’re meant to be and will reap great benefits by staying on this path regardless of where it leads.
Home will always be with you – it is where your heart is.”
The Enchanted Map Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid
Today’s FLP Report:
begins with this view.
And includes more Alaskas than I could keep track of, one New Jersey (with nary a loved-one to be had inside of it), another Maryland (but not a truck this time), an Illinois plate (surrounded by a Butte, Montana frame, that’s a first), two Wisconsins, one BC, a very strange Oregon example (must investigate that odd appearance), North Carolina (great big truck, with one of those nets exactly like the one we saw at the pool), a Colorado specimen with a prominent DV marking (which Dan wondered was somehow connected to domestic violence, because in his working world, it always is), one standard Kansas, a New York, and a singular Nebraska.