Still Searching……….

Thru the Looking Glass

I’m thinking that it was probably sometime around 1953-54 when I fell off the chair and hit my head in Nursery School. When I ‘woke’ up, the world felt different. People were standing around me making a bit of a fuss. I felt fine…….it’s just that everything *felt* different.

They sent me home to my mother immediately. (Or maybe she came and picked me up? Details are fuzzy………..it was a long time ago.)

She made a minor fuss and told me to go lie down. I’m making that last line up because I really don’t remember. However, it feels like an accurate guess.

I banged my head again recently. It was quite a Shock! OW! I remained fully conscious and watched the memory of that original (?) head injury resurface. Oh dear! What to do? This Hurts!

Last night I decided to look at ‘the astrology’ of this event and see what I could learn. Oh my………it certainly was, and is, a significant event. It’s clearly present in the aspects being made by all of the planets at the same time! There are details in all the 1954, 1953. 2007 charts that are way too specific to be random events.

What do you suppose is the meaning of this?

The Quest Continues…………………………………………………I’m heading for the hills for a while………………

I bow to the wisdom of the cosmos.

I’ll be back……………..gotta see what’s happening with the Sunflowers !

 

 

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From Root to Bloom

clematis

Sap is flowing once again from root to trunk,

from trunk to branch,

to every leaf

and bud

and blossom

on the tree.

The frozen days are past.

Now is the season of flowering,

when the full force of energy moves up

and up

to manifest its destiny.

It is everything to me,

this new life springing forth

from ash and compost,

this chance to nurture,

weed,

and prune,

to patiently receive the miracle that blooms

as if no force on earth

can turn aside its beauty.

Danna Faulds (From Root to Bloom, Yoga Poems and Other Writings) Published with permission.

ps……….I’ve been in the garden for days now and nature has rewarded me with a bloom on my clematis vine. Finally!!!