Posts Tagged ‘Guides’

Blessings Day 328: stepped outside on my porch to soak in the sun, and I sat there and breathed. Breathing in this sacred day. Breathing in my guides, ancestors, Divine Creator to join, guide and support me with their wisdom throughout the day.

Breathing in kindness, breathing out judgment, breathing in openness and willingness (two of my favorites). Breathing in trust that I am guided at every turn. I just forget sometimes. Breathing to the bright sky, she’s a beauty and her trees stand taller reaching toward her light.

And soon I’ll belong to the night and I’ll stop and breathe for the moon, she takes me as I am.  And as the night moon dreams, I am changed, molded seamlessly, effortlessly and surprisingly back to the still surface of a lake. Any turmoil of the day before is gone, as it eventually always is. Thoughts, feelings of the moment, those enjoyed, those not, they come and they go.  They leave quietly and without warning, when a sliver of no judgment enters through a crack in the door, and we are awash and renewed again in its benevolent grace.

There are constants in life we can count on, and one of those constants is that nothing is static.

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Fairy Godmothers

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I believe that everyone really does have these fairy godmothers.  You could substitute the fairy godmother figure for angels, any archetypal figures or gentle guides. They take many forms and could be in your life for a chance meeting or over a long period of time.  They could be a parent, grandparent, a pet, relative, a friend, a teacher, anyone.

They are part of nature’s encoded ability to always seek harmony and balance.  Anything that ever happens to any of us, no matter how dire the situation seems, is always counter balanced with this supportive, loving energy.

You can look for these gentle guides if you want, you’ll find their indelible influence was always there.  And though there were times, they were nearly overshadowed by painful experience, at the end of the day it is what most wants to be known.  The stories of our lives only half written in the isolation of loss and sorrow, the other half in partnership with gentle guiding lights.

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