Last week we talked about hiding from other people or from the world in general. This week we are going to look at it from another angle. Today’s Wednesday Wisdom Seeds is about the Restorative Cave, the healthy need to retreat.
I sit here staring out my bedroom window at the bare trees swaying in a cold wind that foretells winter. Rather than fret about the upcoming snow and ice and down-to-bone bitterness, I’m surprised by how peaceful I feel with the changing season.
Are we presently using our highest potential to blaze our light to all? The truth is we can love ourselves and all else without conditions or limitation. It is up to us individually to choose this higher expression.
When you pray you are sending out a powerful thought which is like a beacon light. This thought not only attracts what you are asking for, it sets a pattern of energy for the highest good in your life.
So when something in your life is not working the way you wish, assume that the power, the answers, the resources that you need are all available inside of your very own soul. Take a breath, quiet your mind. Go within, and simply say, "Who within can help me?"
posted 9 May, 2014 (Thursday, 8 May, 2014) - Selacia
If the Buddha celebrated at Wesak were alive today, he would experience a dramatically different world. That world is your world, and your challenge in these moments is to find new ways to walk the spiritual path.
This weekend the voices of the ancients echo through time and space to reach us. They are always here, of course, whispering to us through their teachings, collective legacies and our cellular memories, but as Uranus shifts degree we begin a month of greater receptivity to what they have to share.
A couple of weeks ago we encountered a powerful ‘portal’ to divine wisdom in the form of a conjunction between the Black Sun and Black Moon Lilith, the latter of which was travelling retrograde through Cancer.
Ever since I was twelve years old, I've called myself a writer. The title felt legit. I didn't need to publish a book or have a byline in a magazine. As far as I was concerned, the fact that I kept a journal and wrote in it nearly every day gave me license to call myself a writer.