It’s Father’s Day in the U.S. as I write this, a day when we celebrate our relationship with our fathers. Some of us don’t have a lot to celebrate, our fathers may have been absent, unknown, or so emotionally distant that we cannot find a reason to celebrate our relationship with them.
It is an incredible time upon your planet earth and ripe with opportunity. The energy is there to assist you, transport you into greater realities in your human and spiritual lives, and to help you recreate any circumstances which are no longer satisfying your spirit.
Love is the foundation for everything. And self-love is the expression of what that is. Everything that you do within your life is about finding that expression of who you are, finding that expression of how you want to embody love.
If you are confused about the energy that you are feeling these days,
trust me, you are not alone. The Star Elders say that we are immersed
in the process of building the bridge from the world that we are
leaving behind to the world that we are creating. We are presently
smack dab in the middle of the shift of the ages. This is causing some
very frustrating and interesting side effects.
Today is a day for blossoming wide with your heart, with your potential, with all that you are. Today is a day to allow some chains to fall from you, chains that have kept you bound to a particular lifestyle, to a way of thinking and being.
The voice of spirit is more than just an angel, God or a guardian speaking to or thru us, it is us. At different times or moments our soul takes over and offers advice for any given situation or circumstance. Know our soul knows what is happening or has happened, because it has seen this life before incarnating, often times we have the sensation of deja vu. The deja vu sensation arises when the little pockets of selective amnesia dissolve or we chose to remember that particular moment in this life.
This card always shows up at opportune moments when I notice I am being less than compassionate with myself. It is a very old habit. Somehow I took all the criticism I received growing up and heaped it on myself when I was away from home.
Welcome. Willkommen. Aloha. Bienvenue. The list goes on and on, although sadly my knowledge of languages is a little limited! On looking at the possible different translations of ‘welcome’ into other languages, it is fascinating to see the similarities, as well as the differences, around the world.