Ready for another post that’s made up mostly of lists?  Good, because that’s how I received our message.  In long lines of words, none of which formed any sort of whole sentence.

             I can say though, that the overall feeling was very bright, and  excessively lively.


             We’re talking about stopping and seeing.  Taking the time to observe our gifts, notice our blessings.  They’re in everything, so we shouldn’t have any trouble deciphering them.

             What sparks our interest right now?  And why aren’t we doing that more?  (Doing it without excuses.)

  • Pay attention.
  • Slow down.
  • Pray or meditate.
  • Be still.
  • Watch for signs.
  • Capture those inspired moments, and stay with them.

             And on our card altar, this one arrived complete with a cover-up from the last time through.  I like how she has shown up precisely when we need her the most.

auric field clearing

“Angel Of Clearing  ~

‘Your time of waiting and confusion will soon be over.’

The Angel of Clearing is at work right now clearing your auric field.  This will pave the way for a time of renewed clarity, focus, and purpose in your life.

Over the coming days you will feel the effects of this clearing as all areas of your life are brought into balance and harmony.  Give thanks to your angel for this gift and know that you deserve all the blessings coming your way.

Know also that the period of doubt, frustration, and confusion you have experienced in recent months was a necessary part of your growth, and in its own way also a blessing, for just as Nature has her changing seasons, so too does your life, which is governed by the same laws, and moves in constant cycles in accordance with Divine Will.

Life constantly carries us within its ebb and flow; towards the horizon, across the great ocean of experience, and then back to rest upon the shores of our own divinity.”

Today’s Deck:

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

Today’s Sharing:

is this view from a recent local publication (an edition of which we were gifted).

eugene magazine
I’ve never seen one in real life, but I live in hope.
Always, in hope.

             I’ve heard that, since we ARE near the coastline, and several species DO make a yearly migration in those waters, it IS possible to observe them from the shore.


4 thoughts on “All Possibilities

  1. It is possible to see those whales from our shores, and I have a good friend who is one of the volunteer whale watchers from Newport. He and his wife own a home there, and rent it out for a very good rate. Next migration time, I will hook you up with him, and get you to see them.

    My other suggestion is for you and the Deputy to make a trip to Hawaii during prime whale time. I would suggest Maui, and hooking up with the Pacific Whale Foundation to go on some boat excursions with their naturalists on board. That was a fabulous trip when we did it, and it is so worth seeing those beautiful non-human people.

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