Winds of Change

Winds of Change
Photography by Second Ave Photography

Somehow I knew that I would write this post today. It all started on Sunday. Sunday I had my 2nd Reiki session with Heather from Heavenly Skincare, LLC. She knows her stuff and has been a great mentor and friend on my spiritual journey. I have come to a single conclusion. Yes, I am an Empath. I feel very deeply for others and can "sense" a situation before words are exchanged. Also, I believe in signs and angels. That is basically where I stand. Many things I mention here on the blog can seem far out there. Even for an open person like me. But when you get down to the root of things, you must trust yourself and your intuition. Without it, you can never really know if anything is certain.

Bat flying into a cave. Heather said during the session she saw a bat flying into a cave. Here is a brief explanation from the Universe of Symbolism:
The cave is like a secret womb, deep within the sacred cave in where your powers grow and develop.When you venture out of the cave you experiment with your powers, knowing that you will return to the cave to find solace and renewal to venture out yet another day.
After our session, the weather dramatically changed. It got dark and very windy. It knocked our power out for several hours. To me, I felt deep in my bones the winds of change. On my way home, I came across a sprig of rosemary lying on the ground. Naturally, I picked it up, sniffed it, and placed it in my hat. It felt special. I have been told that little beings of light are within me...apparently a very happy bunch. That evening the family and I went to dinner. My stomach felt unsettled all evening...slightly nauseous.

The Eyes of Horus says rosemary is used for purification, cleansing rituals, blessings, transformation, and meditation. Prior to this knowledge, I took a ritual detox bath with the sprig of rosemary and asked for blessings. Right after my bath, I meditated with the rosemary close by. Rosemary evidently invokes faeries and elves(also a tidbit from Eyes of Horus).

Last night, my stomach was still feeling queasy. I thought I might be coming down with something. It is not normal for my stomach to feel slightly upset. I work up in the middle of the night with that minor nausea. Instinctively, I placed my hands to my stomach. I could feel the heat, light, and love. Within a matter of moments, I felt fine. I think this was my initiation of sorts. It showed me that I can indeed an do have the power to heal myself.

Today, I saw robins flying everywhere as far as the eyes could see. I took a small video for you. It is really hard to see them, but you can definitely hear them tweeting with delight. Here is a brief explanation from Shamanic Journey:
Robins have a powerful significance in ancient myth and lore. One tale has its origins in European mythology, in which the bird of Spring is linked with the New Year and symbolizes divine sacrifice and the rebirth of the spirit...When we let go of our past – a lot of which stems from childhood experiences – we are refreshed and renewed, thus unburdened and free to nurture and serve ourselves as well as others.
 This last sign brings me both great joy and hope. I will meditate on the Robin next go around.


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