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What about Wiccan Wands

HOW TO USE YOUR WAND: First we need to charm our wand. This means get it as powerful as we can. My first thing I do is make the wand my own. I always chose gemstones that feel right to me to put on the wand. A glue gun or jewelers glue works good. I also have one that has a feather from crow on it, and another with flowers. 2. our Wands like to have our name on them. Carve your initials into it. Carving is better than painting as paint will wear off. Having your name on it symbolizes the wand as your own, your energy , your inner magick, your power in it. Using the wand is magick that is important to you and your life . Also it is best to not let others touch or handle your wands. If you notice, I asked each person if it was okay to touch it, as too many energies will change its power. Most people don’t ever even see mine, as people are naturally drawn to touch them. 3. We need to cleanse the wand. As you added stones, your name or initials, . now we need to cleanse it in the elements. Earth, fire, wind and sea. Light a candle , pass the wand through the smoke, which gives the fire and air element, then take a soft cloth, dip in salt water, which is earth and sea, Then wipe gently. 4. Put it in the moonlight. As you see I charged all moonzies products in the moonlight kissed by Venus, to bring the magick in. Make sure you put it where no one will disturb it during this moonlight charge. Touch it as often as you can if the weather is good and you can be out with it. If you want anoint it during moon charging with holy water, or essential oils of protection, such as frankincense and myrrh. Make this your own personal ceremony of joy and magick. Ask your goddess to draw down from the moon, to enter both you and the wand. ( if you need instructions on how to draw down the moon , let me know and I”ll send them to you) 5. YOU are the goddess within. YOU have the power within, The wand is a very useful tool, but you have the power. Casting spells works. Believe  (May 21, 2014 | post #1)

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Kite flies toward the other side

Many of our fears are tissue-paper-thin, and a single courageous step would carry us clear through them. ~Brendan Francis There is much in the world to make us afraid. There is much more in our faith to make us unafraid. ~Frederick W. Cropp As we move toward the end of the year of 2013, each day I inventory myself, my thoughts, my actions, how I’m handling life, my work, my family. Over the last few days, in talking with one hurting person after another, I return back to our basic enemy is fear. When I counsel someone, I speak to each one as my inner spirit would tell me, my own children, own grandchildren what to do. Often times these seem unrealistic, or even a bit crazy, as we cannot see ahead to where this could possibly be going. We feel that these spiritualists are nuts believing that what we are seeing, hearing, with our own two eyes are not exactly right. The problem lies in fear. See, fear can block the truth, fear can build a wall, fear can paralyze us into being frozen in time right where we are. When I suggest we do as the yogii do , breath past the pain, breath past the fear, we are most often met with hard core resistance. Yet my best wisest advice for all is that when we react out of fear, out of doubt, out of anger, out of hurt, out of impulse, we are taking the very steps to keep up in the fear, the darkness the anguish, in fact we are encouraging the chaos. We are feeding the enemy, the fear until the whole situation is far worse. Come back to our faith, to our belief that there is something more out there that will , that can help us. The spiritual world, the universe is very powerful, we all admit that, yet our fear is that although powerful, there will not be good for us. We have to have faith, not only that Great Spirit is powerful, but also good. Animal totems: Kite flies high over the problems, over the hills, over the impasse’ to find the spiritual world in all we do. Mediums, clairvoyants have kites as their totems because we can learn how to reconnect on a daily basis with the Other Side. We learn to breath past fear, meditate through the rough times, to get the messages we need to give understanding that this person is in the very middle of their chaos, their fear. Our part is to give the medicine of flying higher than the problem. We use this totem to teach flexibility, and cooperation without fear. I am here my usual hours today. I do try to keep my costs as low as possible. I stay on as many hours as humanly possible. When I do my readings, I speak to each person as my own child or grandchild. I love with all my heart. I have been here 14 years. Not everyone will like us. Some have so much fear doubt in their hearts, my heart cries for those the most. I continue to try to reach inside, past the fear. May the fairies dance around each of us today. Love ya, Me Cherokee, Cidro, Frankiecapone, Sugar Fortune Cookie, t and the sweet spirit of Bob and Bets. Moonzies preferred friends: We are excited that we have a great new improved website for you to start using over this last month of the year. As always we are constantly trying to make everything from the website, products to readings, candle work more efficient, more improved. We always like you to email us. I get quite a few, and especially lately as I am on the phone more and more with callers it takes me a little longer to get back to you. I am not ignoring anyone and will respond as quickly as I can. I haven't heard from some of you all lately so don't forgt to contact me . I will be in Jan renewing, updating the email lists, so please let me know your thoughts, your comments, that you are still interested in my emails, correspondence. I look forward to receiving each and every one as we move through these Yule holidays. May we be blessed today. love ya  (Dec 13, 2013 | post #1)

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Do spells work for power ? We have to believe in magick

“While the spirit of neighborliness was important on the frontier because neighbors were so few, it is even more important now because our neighbors are so many.” ~Lady Bird Johnson “Each of us is a being in himself and a being in society, each of us needs to understand himself and understand others, take care of others and be taken care of himself.” ~Haniel Long “We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.” ~Franklin Delano Roosevelt November, the month of our Thanksgiving here in America, is on us. Many grumble not much to be thankful for this year! I felt myself pulled down with the weight of worries, problems caused by mercury in retrograde, problems caused by the general energy of all of us. Fear starts to creep in like a dark pool of black oil trying to creep into the waters of my emotions. I stop in the middle of the altar room, light the candle, start the sage stick, lift my arms to the Most highs of the universe, saying what! our children, our grandchildren, our very lives ! The craft fair almost bombed as people just aren’t ready to spend, the system we typically work with is down, people are angry the dreams are not happening as spirit messages have said YET ( the key word is yet) . Asking what perhaps we should be doing differently, if the Most Highs, the Great Spirit wants our attention, we are sure that this kind of attention isn’t the right kind. Fear , anger, doubt, unbelief! No, so begrudgingly I start seeking thanks things. I am thankful that with google we can find anything, anyone. we can search for what we need, we can find that this is not just our problem but the whole communities’. Somehow when we know that the situations are a group wide issues, we know that these hard times will not last. We have power in numbers. We have voices to be raised. The reason all these issues have come, is so we gather together to make the necessary changes. When these problems come, we can see where the problems lie, we CAN fix them. I became thankful for this craft fair as being with others, laughing, talking even though not much money was made, a sense of togetherness gave us future ways. I also realized that in being busy with this, we were not in the middle of the computer glitches, the issues that would have drove us to the point of chaos. Otherwise occupied is the answer. Sometimes when we are waiting for the dream, fear starts to creep in, finding another way to help others, to give ourselves spiritual strength to be centered, balanced in the middle of the dark cloud is to stop, look to the heavens, gather together with love, with positivity, with creativity to solve the problems. Thank the gods for the problems. Now we know where , what we need to fix, we can move into the solutions. Oh Deb, what a Pollyanna! Yet, this is what I hope to build in my children, my grandchildren, rather than a future for my family, my family for the future. animal totems: Eel: Transformation – the “serpent creative life force” . ( linsdomain) Eel sometimes seems transparent. Yet the hidden spiritual transformation can come through our physical needs, our path of the journey we are on. Having problems, we may think the facts are transparent that the Great Spirit does not care, we should just give up. Starting to look at other side of the problem, all the sides In fact, observing that these days we can find each other in many ways, find the answers by joining together with love, with spiritual growth, by giving hope. Eel teaches us to quit bellyaching but look for the changes, the chances, the thanks we can give for the situations that will help us grow in our needs, our desires, in our dreams. I believe we have power to make changes in the world, I believe we have power in our lives. I believe we CAN have hope. I simply believe.  (Nov 4, 2013 | post #1)

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earthworm history

I simply believe that some part of the human Self or Soul is not subject to the laws of space and time. ~Carl Jung Put your ear down close to your soul and listen hard. ~Anne Sexton The heated argument in my college class continued for several days. The clinical psychology class was divided in their thoughts. Some were influenced by the theories of Freud, some as myself, were more drawn to the theories of Jung. Both these men were in the same time period, yet the thoughts, the ideas flowing were somewhat different. Freud originally was the teacher, so when the pair first met in 1907, the younger Jung was quite thrilled. Yet, as time went on, Carl Jung thought Freud too fixated on sexuality, and negativity, while Jung believe the soul, not the mind was creative, positive. This reminds us that we are souls, not just the body as most of us believe the soul lives on , or with Buddists that the consciousness lives on past the body. This am I was reminded in writing to a client about a time when in a dark period during college I visited the cemetery in Murfreesboro Tennessee near the school. This particular gravesite property was the Union Soldier Cemetery for the northern men who died in the Battle of Stones River. Getting there, I didn’t walk around, but just sat on a bench under a tree. Not even glancing at nearby plots, I sank on the bench put my face in my hands. I heard a noise so I looked up to see a young blonde man there. He told me that his name was John Michael . He then said, Remember on the other side, there is no age, race gender, that time doesn’t matter. never forget that. Then a car pulled into the yard. I jerked my head to see . Turning back around the young man was gone. then I looked around and there 2 stones down, the name John Michael, union sergeant. I never forgot his words. As I wrote this to my client, my friend, another friend was writing me on facebook about the same theme. I had been friends with this friend, this soul sister when we were younger, but then life took us on different paths, but during this last year with both our fathers becoming very ill, passing on their journey, we drew back together. As we talk, we look at our lives, although much time had passed, we realized how the space and time, we still have such parallel lives, thoughts. This is how Jung, myself, when we have a love, a partner who is our life love, the one we should be married to, we should be with . Time , space, as my spirit friend, John Michael says, age, race, gender, the souls come back together to reunite, with a stronger, more blessed love. When our souls dream of a love, a friendship, a career path, we don’t give up. We nurture that soul dream, we love it, give the idea positive creative energy, we will see the dream. animal totems: Earthworm : one of the oldest animals that is not extinct, Bro earthworm reveals past to learn from to re-examine, to learn. We must learn to put aside old angers, hurts, resentments, to come back with the soul to become emotionally strong again. Earthworm can be cut in two, the body will rejuvenate new cells. Even if Bro Earthworm is put in a vulnerable situation, we must renew our soul, renew our heart, renew the dream letting go of the old. His medicine reminds us only by letting go of the negative, can we have new growth, renewal, hope !  (Nov 3, 2013 | post #1)

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How do you choose a spiritual adviser/leader?

No plagiarism here. perhaps 2 people with the same thoughts. but i'm very cautious about when using quotes or even paraphrasing giving credit where credit is due. Careful with accusations, karma is not a good thing.  (Oct 17, 2013 | post #10)

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the condor soars!

I choose Love over fear. Repeat aloud several times daily . – from positiveatmosphere blogs The whole of the country has been in fear for 16 days. Our leaders chose to handle our issues with fear, rather than treat the very people who chose them to lead us with love. We can learn from these actions In our own day to day lives, in our relationships. We get so tempted to try to invoke fear that we are going to walk away, we shut down our feelings, we shut down our heart, steeling ourselves for the worst to come. We wait for the other shoe to drop, so we close off the very relationship, the very career, the very dreams we have simply because obstacles, problems, issues have crossed our path. In history, in 1929, this country suffered the Great Depression, because mass mob hysteria started with pulling monies out of banks, businesses, life shut down. We need to look at history in our country’s ideals, thoughts, support the leaders who chose love over fear. We need to look at our own history, as we continue to make the same mistakes. We cycle through life doing the same thing over over again. Possibly choosing to love without walls, without fear, opening up all our chakras will change the direction, the path of our lives. When we do something different, life , love will be different without fear. animal totems: Condor is energy without fear. Bro Condor flies high over the mountains of problems to bring rebirth, renewal, hope of life. With his medicine we can learn how to rid of all the fear, the junk in the past, having great spiritual vision to “see” all sides of the picture. Condor lifts spirits high, raising hope back to a problem we thought ended life, rise above the problems achieving positive. This totem reminds us to hope, to love without fear.  (Oct 17, 2013 | post #1)

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the chickadee sings still on hump day

Happy is he who still loves something he loved in the nursery: He has not been broken in two by time; he is not two men, but one, and he has saved not only his soul but his life. ~G.K. Chesterton The great man is he who does not lose his child's-heart. ~Mencius, Book IV The days go by. We sit wondering when this heck will end, when the danger will pass, when the disaster stops, so our lives go on. Yet deep within, under all the junk, the layers of hurt, anger, distress that we have learned through the years of growing up, of becoming who we are today, we often forget who we are. Inside somewhere according to all faith systems, we are as gods, we are as goddesses, we are as sheep, we are as little children. In the nursery, in our youth, we had our dreams, we held these close to believe in each one with all our hearts. We had our faith. There are times in the earth, in our lives when we hit the snag, when life weights us down so low, we cannot find our thoughts, much less our dreams, our heart, our inner child again. Recently a friend said, Sunday I just couldn’t keep going, I just sat down to watch football. this is good. When we were students, our professors, our teachers, told us, when we get bogged down, go for a walk, a run, something to clear our head. Our moms when we got too serious, said go outside and play. Now, my loves, my friends, is the time to find that inner child, that faith that it’s okay not to be serious all the time. It’s okay to find our dreams, just dream a dream. To believe in fairies, to believe in miracles, to believe in hope, it’s okay to find our inner child, it’s okay to play. Go ahead, I double dog dare today! A great man never loses his ability to find his child’s heart, to dream, to believe animal totems; Chickadee: Even though fall is creeping up swiftly on us, we can find sunshine, cheerfulness, warmth in our heart as we watch the medicine of Chickadee. Sister Chickadee is cheerfulness , using the thinking process of how to find the positive rather than the negative in this situation. She can see in the dark, teaching us to see a light at the end of the tunnel, to see deeper truths. Although small, Chickadee’s medicine reminds us there is nothing to fear but fear itself ( Winston Churchill) . She shares the truth, with cheerfulness with a way to share it so we can see all sides of the truth.  (Oct 9, 2013 | post #1)

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cat

My dad chased monsters from the dark, He checked underneath my bed. An' he could lift me with one arm, Way up over top his head. He could loosen rusty bolts. With a quick turn of his wrench. He pulled splinters from his hand, And never even flinched. In thirteen years I'd never seen him cry, But the day that grandpa died, I realized: An' then there was my junior year, Billy had a brand new car. It was late, the road was wet, I guess the curve was just too sharp. I walked away without a scratch. They brought the helicopter in. Billy couldn't feel his legs. They said he'd never walk again. But Billy said he would an' his mom and daddy prayed, An' the day we graduated, he stood up to say: Unsinkable ships sink. Unbreakable walls break. sometimes the things you think would never happen, Happen just like that. Unbendable steel bends. If the fury of the wind is unstoppable, I've learned to never underestimate, The impossible - Lee Thomas ,Kelly Thomas There is a big wind blowing this morning of the fall October day. The mist of the dew rising from the grass from last night’s rain emits a fragrance of cleanliness, of freshness, of the new. In the midst of the garden already turned over for rest during the winter months, a small seedling of a small oak tree grown from a dropped acorn pops out of the ground. Of course, this isn’t where we want it, so because of its strength, its desire to live, we carefully dig the seedling up to pot until big enough to plant somewhere else where the roots have room to expand, reach out to develop to grow other acorns to drop to create more trees. This is the way of life, the way of our dreams. Impossibilities happen every day. Every day a seed is planted, an idea grows, to reach out to create other dreams. Our dream of a love, creating marriage, creating families, creating happiness, the roots reaching out, to touch every part of our lives. What we see as impossible, is not impossible. We make things impossible because we can’t see we deserve our dreams to come alive. We drop our idea in a turned over garden that still has old issues, old roots buried deep that we feel we can never see these ideas grow, but as our tiny acorn, we believe, we push through with faith, with hope, until we receive our dreams. animal totems: Sticking to our “Cs” , we have cat today. We all are amazed at cat’s ability. Sister Cat can jump on shelfs, tables, springing from a spot on the ground to the highest heights. She doesn’t doubt her abilities. She squeezes through the tiniest spot or hole, reminding us that the her medicine shows us that nothing is impossible, there is always a small sliver to slip in the impossibility.  (Oct 7, 2013 | post #1)

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This world today - the Blue Jay caws too loudly

If a child lives with criticism,he learns to condemn. If a child lives with hostility,he learns to fight.If a child lives with fear,he learns to be apprehensive.If a child lives with pity,he learns to feel sorry for himself.If a child lives with ridicule,he learns to be shy.If a child lives with jealousy,he learns what envy is.If a child ives with shame,he learns to feel guilty. If a child lives with encouragement,he learns to be confident.If a child lives with tolerance,he learns to be patient.If a child lives with praise,he learns to be appreciative. If a child lives with acceptance,he learns to love. If a child lives with approval,he learns to like himself.If a child lives with recognition,he learns that it is good to have a goal.If a child lives with sharing,he learns about generosity. If a child lives with honesty and fairness,he learns what truth and justice are.If a child lives with security,he learns to have faith in himself and in those about him .If a child lives with friendliness,he learns that the world is a nice place in which to live. If you live with serenity,your child will live with peace of mind. With what is your child living? Dorothy Law Nolte The country is bowing our heads with sadness, with despair. Our leaders, whatever party , whatever theories , what ideologies that are being backed, have let ego, unwise, impulsive decisions because of not being willing to compromise when clearly we need to negotiate a compromise take over the leading of our country . This is when people who are making the decisions, need to be removed, changed, allowing others more humble, others more willing to be the greater good in play rather than wanting to just “be right” take charge. We often in our own being smaller fish in the pond, do the same thing. We are so wanting to prove our rightness, that we forget to think of the whole rather than just our part of it. Great amounts of time thinking, great thoughts of how will this affect everyone involved rather than just our own need to be right. Stepping back, thinking, rethinking, asking the Great Spirit for clarity, for truth, all in the world can put more positive into the situation. Right now in our country we need to put a bubble of pink healing light around us all. We need to remember by sending out positive energies to the leaders, to the country, our GREAT SPIRIT will provide for our needs, regardless of the economy, regardless of the fear, regardless of the intimidation we are feeling. Give back positive nature, we will receive positive blessings. Choose to give positive love, rather than hurtful thoughts. Criticism breeds contempt, fear breeds more fear, but faith breeds hope. animal totems: Bro Blue Jay swoops in running all the other smaller birds off from the food. He knows with his loud mouth, his harsh caw, his bright color, his power, his strength, he can do this. He has power, teaching us that using our own personal power properly is a key thing to all of life. Jay comes from the latin word Gaea who is Goddess Mother Earth. The Blue jay reminds us that although the earth, the world was given to us to provide our needs, in truth the heavens, the great spirit is the giver of all things. this totem reminds us that gossip, rumor, the “grapevine” may not be all the facts, but that we must return to listen to the universe whispering our truths.  (Oct 2, 2013 | post #1)

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hump day

I held a moment in my hand, brilliant as a star, fragile as a flower, a tiny sliver of one hour. I dripped it carelessly, Ah! I didn't know, I held opportunity. ~Hazel Lee The steel cut oatmeal simmers on the stove. As we wait, the smell of cooked oatmeal fills the whole room making us feel the warmth of home, of hearth, of feeling as if we have nurturing of love in our lives. This isn’t instant oatmeal, so we don’t pop it in the microwave getting it out in a minute, but once it cooks, the texture is smooth, creamy, hot, so good. As we wait, we get a chance to catch up on the upcoming day’s schedule, talk of tomorrow’s dreams, basking in the moment of being together. Oh yes, we could have been rushing around, gathering papers, doing other things, multi-tasking while every once in a while I rushed to the stove to stir the mush but instead we sat around with our cocoa, our tea, to just be for the moment. The opportunity to sit quietly, dogs under our feet, to see this moment for what it is, is an important step in our future. We build strength, we build togetherness, we build a quiet spirit is taking the time to slow down. so many times we are on the fast track to our dreams, our goals, we only see the finish line, we don’t see the flower, the silver lining of this moment in our lies. The day is good. The dream is important, yet this moment in time is as much opportunity as we need right now. animal totems: In the Hebrew language Deborah means “bee”. The honey bee, the carpenter bee, bumblebee reminds us that each moment should be savored with the sweetness of life. Hardworking, sister Bee teaches us that productivity balancing with time for ourselves to stop, savor the moment, will extract the nectar to bring honey sweet our lives. the dream is great , fulfillment when we reach our dreams. Her medicine teaches us that hard work brings success, as helps us learn to focus on the work until we reach the goals. I am here from 10-12 this am, then back again this evening as usual. may the fairies dance around us all today. love ya, Me, Cherokee, Cidro, Frankiecapone, Sugar Fortune cookie T and the Sweet spirit of bob and bets. Moonzies preferred friends: Please note I will not be available for answering emails, or call between 12 - 4 today at all. So please don't feel ignored. You, each one, is important to me. love ya bunches.  (Sep 25, 2013 | post #1)

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what do youthink?

Anyone can carry his burden, however hard, until nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day. Anyone can live sweetly, patiently, lovingly, purely, till the sun goes down. And this is all life really means. ~Robert Louis Stevenson If you don't like how things are, change it! You're not a tree. ~Jim Rohn The trees in my yard are very old. Their limbs are gray as the white hairs on my head that I keep hidden by going to the hair stylist. Their limbs reach out far touching each other , some reaching down to the ground, others lifting arms of praise to the skies, to the heavens to the most High. Roots are deep into the ground, traveling under the lawn. These roots go down deep, reaching as well far along the yard touching each other’s roots. We are often told to be like a tree, rooted, grounded, touching other’s in our lives, our situations, steady, stable. The winds, the storms, may sway us but as the trees most often weather the winds, we ,too, have been given the power, the strength, the ability to take one step after the other toward our goals, our dreams. We might have bend a bind a bit to compromise to bind with the winds, the changes , but we can get past this , with love, with hope, with faith to reach our goals. Animal totems: Each morning on the GMA, the news casters are showing pictures on new born twin pandas. Pandas has enormous endurance to survive. The main stable eaten is bamboo, which is a great source of water, of fiber, to help create the fat they need for their hibernation time. Sister Panda is also quite playful reminding us to balance seriousness with paly. I am here my usual hours today. I look forward to sharing with each person spirit sends to us. May the fairies dance around each of us today .Love ya, Me,Cherokee, Cidro , FrankieCapone, Sugar Fortune cookie, T and the sweet spirit of Bob, Bets, my precious pups over the rainbow bridge. Moonzies Preferred friends: Offer: Send 5 paying customers either a reading or a product, I will give a free email reading. love ya  (Aug 24, 2013 | post #1)

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The Phoenix often rises again

The sun,--the bright sun, that brings back, not light alone, but new life, and hope, and freshness to man--burst upon the crowded city in clear and radiant glory. Through costly-coloured glass and paper-mended window, through cathedral dome and rotten crevice, it shed its equal ray.” -― Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist Over the back of the hill behind the house, the rock gardens being built, a work in progress, need weeding so badly. Rains have come, unexpected, unseasonal rains that although welcomed as the green beans, the corn, the tomatoes are all juicier, more grown then in most Augusts, the weeds, the untended gardens are quite overgrown. Father Sol, the sun peeps out over the trees, drying up the Mother Earth so she is easier to tend to in the next few days. Now this reminds us that we can moan, oh my gosh, I need to tend to the weeds, the grass, this si real work here we are talking about, or we can smile at all the green, all the growth, happy to get our hands muddied with good old grounding dirt. So good to raise our faces to the sun, smile, glow, bask in the warmth when all around us seems chaotic, huge messes. Our lives can be life this. The storms come, the rains wash, then the Sun comes out reminding us that problems in life will come and go, but in the end, the junk gets cleared out of the way, the Truth, the clarity, the Sun comes out to warm, to nurture, life is even better than before. Out of the rubble, the dust, the Phoenix rises into beauty. All things work for good. The answer is how we look at these events. How our mind sets in motion. Oh yes, today the garden is in disarray, but today also we are eating ripe homegrown tomatoes for breakfast. So as the sun rises, hope, new freshness comes, shedding its equal rays of love. Animal totem: Phoenix is a mythical animal. The tale behind it we see from Wikipedia: In Greek mythology, a phoenix or phenix (Ancient Greek φ&#95 9;ί&# 957;ι ξ phóinīx) is a long-lived bird that is cyclically regenerated or reborn. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity. In his study of the phoenix, R. van der Broek summarizes, that, in the historical record, the phoenix "could symbolize renewal in general as well as the sun, time. As we shift into Phoenix, we rise above the problems, out of the dust into beauty, into joy. I am here my usual hours today. Also ready to answer all 2 for 2s . looking forward to sharing with each person. May the fairies dance around each of us today.love ya, Me, Cherokee, Cidro, Frankiecapone, Sugar Fortune Cookie, T and the sweet spirits of Bob and Bets. Moonzies preferred friends: I am so excited by the good news I've been hearing this week. although some things are taking long, remember this week is my week to manifest " COMING OUT OF LIMBO" spells . we know if we are waiting we are expecting it, we just have to break down that last wall, to manifestation. I am here my usual hours. love ya,  (Aug 16, 2013 | post #1)

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in this moment

My heart, sit only with those who know and understand you. Sit only under a tree that is full of blossoms. ~ Rumi Happiness is like a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne Happiness is a form of courage. ~Holbrook Jackson The day is rainy; storms have hit our dog days of August again here in my rural southern town. The weatherman says bouts of sunshine will come through in periods of the day. This is when the roads, the sidewalks will steam up with drifts of mist, wisps of steam floating up into the day. The air smells fresh, the rain, the wind has stirred up the flowers, the roses, the lilacs so their fragrance permeates the world with beauty, with sweetness of smell. In the distance, whippoorwill moans his call, so that all knows his sleep was disturbed by the thunder rolling around him. My bare feet run out quickly to pick a fresh tomato from the garden bed. I will use this later on my sandwich. I can feel the soft moistness of the wet where the rains have cleaned, have hydrated our world. I quickly pick a grape off the grapevine so see if the green grapes are ripe yet. Already my strawberry preserves are in the pot ready for jars, so I taste the grape. Maybe a couple of days yet before we pick these bunches. All my senses sight, hearing, taste, feel, smell are awake. My mind grows sharper as I feel them all open up. I am here in this beautiful world, with a brand new day to find exciting things to do, to say, positive light, healing in this new day. Yes, there are problems to face, obstacles to overcome. Like a puzzle we throw out on our card table to examine each piece, to sort out the corners first then work toward the middle, it is exciting to watch the spiritual world help us solve these problems. Thankfully we don’t have to do this all alone. Everything about this day, this universe, this life shows us that if we sit in the sun,feel Father Sol’s heat, allow the birds to sing, feel the wind blow in our face, see the blossoms on the trees, see the butterfly flit from flower to flower, taste the clover growing under our feet, stop with quietness in our soul to smell the roses along the path, everything is here for our happiness to come. Don’t give up on our dreams. These are right around the corner. Animal totems: Anteater: We don’t have these around here. This totem is not indigenous to north America, but often this time of year, as the tiny ants creep into our picnics, up our sinks we wish we had one for a pet. Anteater medicine tells us to be curious. Use our sense of smell to sniff out trouble, or others with problems, to be able to help. Only in finding out the root of the problem can we solve the puzzle. We have to sort out things from all sides to find the answers. I am here my usual hours this am. I look forward to sharing with each person. May the fairies dance around us all today reminding us for just this moment, just this minute, we see that we can stop, listen, feels, hear, and taste happiness in our moment . love ya, Me, Cherokee, Cidro, Frankiecapone, sugar Fortune Cookie, T and the sweet spirit of Bob, and Bets. Moonzies preferred friends: In this moment, we will not let fear, doubt , negativity rule our lives. For just this one moment, we will be sure that we will reach our goals, fulfill our dreams. We will use all our senses, smell, taste, sight, hearing, and feeling a joy that spirit has our hands, is walking with us. Because we believe, we can achieve. Remember all my products are charged in the moonlight, kissed by Venus, and filled with special love of my own. love ya  (Aug 3, 2013 | post #1)

Weird

being happy

Cat gives you the ability to be self-sufficient and independent. To trust in your own capabilities. Cat people trust their own instincts rather than someone else's advice. You sometimes tend to be in a world of your own, oblivious to what is happening around you. Cat encourages agility in both body and mind and gives you clearer perception. This spirit helper is resourceful, strong and fearless. It will give you courage and confidence. With this totem, magic and mystery come alive so pay close attention to signs and omens. More cats are familiars that any other species because of their ties to magic.  (Jul 13, 2013 | post #1)

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Moonzies - Deborah Mills-psych

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