Messages about birth

Kara Schallock

Kara Schallock > Flexibility, Birth & Freedom

Since the Full Moon, we have been rising in vibration, preparing for a huge burst forward on the Summer/Winter Solstice. You most likely have felt the intensity.

Dana Mrkich

Equinox and all of Nature also teaches us that life keeps moving, all the time. Equinox only lasts 24 hours before the days start getting longer (or shorter depending on which hemisphere you’re in). We are shown that nothing lasts forever so appreciate what you have while you have it.

Dana Mrkich

Dana Mrkich > Asteroids, Meteors, Birth and Death

What an exciting week in the skies we’ve had. First a meteor hurled into Russia creating a magnificent light-show – and unfortunately thousands of broken windows and related injuries. However that’s incredibly fortunate given that it was a fireball travelling at 66,000 miles an hour!

Dana Mrkich

When women find out they’re pregnant they are given a due date, even though a full term pregnancy is considered anywhere from 38-42 weeks and only about 5% of women give birth on their due date. As a woman approaches that date she often starts to feel a sense of excited anticipation mixed in with anxiousness about the birth.

Celia Fenn
Today is the day celebrated by the Christian church in the memory of the Resurrection of Jesus, from the state known as "death" to the life of Spirit.