Instructionally

             Continuing education is one of the most beneficial gifts we can give ourselves.  Whether in a traditional sense (in a classroom setting) or self-taught (seeking on our own), each time we pursue knowledge, we are enriching more than simply our brain power

             The message for today is all about study.  Especially as we inch our way ever-closer to the triple retrograding experience that’s nearing reality.

Keep Learning

            We can apply this to self-awareness, to earth sustainability, to ancestor education, to organic gardening methods, to art and enrichment; the possibilities are endless.  The options, with no limit.

             Because, when we pursue our interests, and we continue with that scholarship (formal or otherwise) we add to the entire planet.  We add to the world’s consciousness.  Also, we are engaging in self-care.  And we know how important THAT is!

             On our card altar this morning, I was directed away from the regular rotation in order for us to keep learning, and to stay aware.

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“Angel of Vision  ~

‘Someone is not revealing part of the story;

Trust your feelings over what others say.’

The Angel of Vision has appeared in your reading today to hep you to see through a particular situation that is affecting your life at present.

There is more to the current situation than meets the eye.  The person or people involved are hiding part of the truth and are not revealing the full story.  Do not rely on what you are shown or told; rather, start to pay attention to your intuition.

What is your gut feeling regarding this present event?  Ask your Angel of Vision to help you.  Trust your feelings and natural instincts instead of relying on what others say.

All will be revealed through the light of love and the current stream of events will turn in your favour.”

              Can I just remark here, how very VERY much I love that last line?  Yeah, it’s a winner.

Today’s Deck:

Angels, Gods, and Goddesses Oracle Cards by Toni Carmine Salerno

Today’s Sharing:

is THIS VIDEO, go watch it.  We’ll wait.  (It’s less than 2 minutes, you have that much time, I promise.)

           Her name is Natalie (which means she can’t help but be sweet and amazing), her project is super cool.  Until we watched the show, we’d never really heard that much about this type of art.  She is one of the best in her field, let’s support her!  (Also, yeah, she lives in Oregon…….)

3 thoughts on “Instructionally

  1. This particular topic has been on my mind a lot lately; keeping the brain working. My forgetful episodes are multiplying, so I am working on learning new things so my brain remembers the old. Or what it was doing 5 minutes ago. (Seriously, yesterday between putting a load of laundry in, consolidating two partially used spray and wash bottles and making coffee, I got distracted from each task at least once and forgot I had been doing it until confronted with the reminder of an open washer door, two spray and wash bottles on the table, or my coffee carafe in the sink…)

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    Last night I totally got distracted and forget there were baked beans in the oven. They were THIS CLOSE to being burnt and ruined. Turns out, they were also the most tasty batch I’ve ever made (in the all the decades I’ve been making them).
    J

    12:40 a.m.
    10-5-14

    • Did you walk through any doorways? My children maintain there are memory vampires in every doorway ready to suck your brains as you pass through. As I stand in a room looking around you hear, “Yep, mom walked through another doorway!”

  2. I forget where I heard or read it – “Stop learning and you stop living.” Currently I’m learning about Permaculture. And it makes sooo much sense, practical sense, about living -with- nature.

    That body painting thing was interesting. I could not even begin to fathom how many hours it would take to do just one person. And how do they keep body oils from floating the paint off? You must -really- love your art to use such an easily destroyed medium. *shakes head*

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    What I learned watching the show:
    primer coat.
    J

    1:50 a.m.
    10-5-14

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