From above, Eagle sees the fertility of all that grows below reaching upwards, strong and enduring as the challenges of the past strengthened each one of us to mature and live by an awareness that supports the great global vision, Pachamama’s dream. An abundance of fertility is manifested for our highest good.
We may have all learned very recent lessons in the presence of love now and be sharing the fertile seeds of love more freely now. We will be becoming more aware of the nature of love - which has no conditions, no expectations, no debts, no credits and desires for repayments. It is a love that wishes to give from a heart that desires to share and allows a free flow of movement without attachment.
This tenth day of the Eagle trecena, we manifest through loving, caring and sharing. Eagle is a sign of great prosperity and if it is out of balance then the tendency can lean towards greed, which has been the way of the old paradigm. In the new paradigm, there is no need for greed and this is our new co-creation.
I am inspired by the community I live in. It has grown and blossomed in the short time I have been here. Community gardens have been planted and there is a community food sharing hub there so that no one need go hungry. I live in a community where largely the land is valued and crops are shared.
We already have the beginnings that prosper everyone. In Russia, there are schemes that are bringing families back to the land to grow food and rearrange themselves in sharing communities again. The 'Anastasia Ringing Cedars' series of books speaks of a time when Moscow would be a pristine city that attracts tourists while the majority of Russian people return to the land and share the excess that comes from the land.
I remember being admonished for being a daydreamer at school. My focus was not in the classroom but with the clouds, the birds and the trees. I preferred to read their messages as they were pure and encouraging to me. I looked forward to going to play with snails in the creek, to twirl in the meadow, to lie on the grass and watch the clouds. It nurtured me and it gave me hope to carry on.
I preferred to be alone in nature and discover slaters in the wood and the sheer delight of discovering skinks in the hot central Otago sun of summer. The piano lessons on frosty mornings with frozen fingers were not such a delight, as it was not of my choosing. We move ahead to honour what gives us joy now and encourage our children in what they gravitate towards, as they innately know.
We have all received our challenges and our lessons to bring us back to love, to ourselves and to the land and nature. It is great to see the exodus from the internet. There will be a time when the written word will no longer be necessary. We may return to keeping the sacred count on our fingers and toes and honouring the energies of each day in nature, and the face to face connections we have with others - and so it is
Thank you to one of my readers who sent me this uplifting music... Love lifts us up where we belong. Are you ready? I AM!
Thank you for giving. In lak'ech.
Poppy Joy - 10 Cauac (Rainstorm) in the sacred Aztec Mayan count
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