We may quest like a shaman to see into the dimensions beyond ours. We may sit in meditation and tune in to the journey that lies ahead of us on our personal road and our collective road. I have been doing that this morning and really enjoyed what I saw.
The jaguar is a night seer with a questing energy that seeks to bring healing. It happens best in a pure connection with nature away from artificial constructs and signals. Jaguar knows through the heart.
The tone of the day is active and involves movement. I get visions of people coming together in ceremony. The shamanic energy of Jaguar is extraordinary. Plant medicine is used in ceremony in sacred ways to bring the movement of healing in alignment or attunement with Pachamama (Earth Mother).
When we give enough time to meditation, we also can access the extraordinary and discover how to heal ourselves. We may tune into pure nature spirits at any time for spiritual guidance. Connection with the plants is connection with the Earth too and the wisdom that can be found is phenomenal.
I owe so much of my healing in this life to meditation. In meditation I have received direct guidance on what I have needed to do to heal myself. I meditate before publishing my daily reports.
I use some plant medicine for this meditation. As this plant cleans my blood and liver, I often receive downloads and write about them. The plant is coffee and it is not taken orally.
I learned about it on my cancer healing journey and still use it to detoxify my system, relax deeply into meditation and connect with its beautiful spirit. I am grateful to the spirit of coffee for the healing we do together.
I studied herbal medicine with a master herbalist. I have used many herbs in my recovery. Nature has them all and meditation can guide us to them. Great herbalists have become that way because they were able to sit and meditate with the different plants and tune into their spirits.
The jaguar will often visit a shaman in the unseen realms and protect their space as they meditate and tune it. Jaguar is quick to pounce upon interfering energies and keep the shaman safe in their journey. Mine is so black that she shines with blue light. My friend Qizenna saw her well in her vision and put her into this art form in the picture.
With practice, overcoming great healing challenges in life, making a sacred space for meditating deeply in, we may become attuned to nature guides, be one with them and receive their guidance and healing. May this beautiful gift of nature grow inside of us as we return to nature and return to love – and so it is.
You may enjoy this little video about New Zealand plant medicine. Gary Cook is the photographer of the background picture of today's report. He does exciting work on the songs of different plants. Check his website out by clicking on this link.
Thank you for giving what you can so I may continue to write for free for Pachamama. In lak'ech.