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Grandmother Earth, Mother Nature and You.

Rock Rose, one of the 5-flower Bach Rescue Remedy
Rock Rose, one of the 5-flower Bach Rescue Remedy

Many years ago when I was choosing the name for my blog, I asked Sananda what would encompass the whole of what he was teaching me. I asked, “What exactly do I do when I’m helping people either with channeling, or prayer or energy work?” and he said, “You are a bridge of love-light.” This made me happy, and he told me that Grandmother Earth, Mother Nature, our innocence as Divine Children and flowers would heal the Earth.

Today I have included several photos that I took at the Carmelite Monastery in Carmel, CA. Each of the flowers have personal significance for me and uplift me when I see them. Bridges of love and light  are personal to ourselves. Each may be one of our infinite variety of choices to uplift us– music, laughing, meditating, praying, dancing, thanking, forgiving, being in the Now… all work wonderfully well. As a collective of humanity, we are reaching higher to awaken to our true higher selves, hence our need for bridges to our Eden; our own unique symbols that help us reach higher. My love of Nature, and her beauty and elements, never fails to lift me higher and make me feel better, best, then inspired, then joy.

May these flowers (and Frog) inspire you to create your very own Heaven on Earth. Since we are all connected, we will all share in our Nova Earth. It is here now.

Foxglove, digitalis, a symbol of love and prosperity for me
Foxglove, digitalis, a symbol of love and prosperity for me
Periwinkle, a flower that has been a “volunteer” and appeared magically almost everywhere I have lived. The color, shape and geometry of it always make me feel “I’m home.”
Periwinkle, a flower that has been a “volunteer” and appeared magically almost everywhere I have lived. The color, shape and geometry of it always make me feel “I’m home.”
"One breath of nature makes the whole world kin." - Shakespeare
“One breath of nature makes the whole world kin.” – Shakespeare
“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” - Albert Einstein
“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein
“Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?" - Robert Browning
“Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?” – Robert Browning

All photos in this post by Nina Wilkins