The Spirit of Winter

As I sit here looking out my office window at the beautiful very cold snowy landscape the very Spirit Of Winter has made itself known to me. It asks for a gift of hope in the form of an early spring. It grows weary from the heavy work of being such a powerful winter presence this year.

It asks all of us to reach out and give the gift of warm thoughts to its shivering spirit. It says that the Spirit of Snow was necessary to alleviate and disinfect the earth. The spirit of winter said that a plan was foiled and delayed purposefully, as each person was forced to bend in humbleness to the mighty force of winter. Many many lives were changed as each person endured a different hardship trying to escape the winter learning’s.

Many feared for their lives and the lives of their loved ones, as the slippery cold learning’s continue. These stones come forth at the request of the Spirit of Winter. Snowflakes are sacred geometry's that come to give us the gift of wisdom. Snow is solidified light patterns. Light that has landed like miniature frozen crop circles. When you look up and see the magical snowflakes They will give you sacred solidified light equations to help you move into another level of self and soul. As you walk upon them a crunch is heard, as the geometries break apart in a new creation.

Meteorologists perceive snow to be a result of pressure systems and rainfall. Physicist recognize the subatomic particles that create snow; but the mystic sees the cosmic energy that snow manifests. Water in all its forms is a symbol of knowledge. Descending water represents the transmission of knowledge from a higher source to a lower source. Snow is an intermediary state between fluid water and solid ice.

A snowflake is formed when water forms around microscopic particles of dust and mineral. the cold air turns it into ice crystals. snow has two components: water and earth. Snow consists of separate snowflakes that are actually independent, each are composed of about 100 ice crystals. Snowflakes cling to each other but they are intrinsically not one. Snow falls gently and silently, serenity and the very whiteness of snow attracts us. We sense the purity. Snow is heaven speaking to us. Snow is heaven meeting earth, water meeting land.

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Kat1 21st February 2014 10:46 am

Dear Gillian, I always connect with your messages, but just had to subscribe to your site after this one! A beautiful take on one of Nature's most lovely gifts, and not ONE mention of "toxic, burning, etc. snow"! I am so very fed up with the focus on fear and ugliness lately--THANK YOU for shining your light on what we SHOULD be focusing on-the beauty and love in all of God's creations. Kat

roselamb 23rd February 2014 7:59 am

Beautiful! Thank you.

Leelu 24th February 2014 7:24 pm

I'm new, how do we subscribe to her site?