I love books and movies. My favorite genres are metaphysics, biographies, documentaries and stories based on real life. For this week, if you have the chance to watch one or two of my favorite movies you will enjoy them, I’m sure, though I want to use them as a guide to your Prosperity in next week’s blog. I didn’t want to spoil your discoveries by talking about them before you had a chance to view them.
They are Secretariat (PG, Disney, 2010, starring Diane Lane) and Dare to be Wild (PG, 2015, Irish, starring Emma Greenwell). Each are available on DVD or Netflix. Each are stories based on real life.
For me, each of the movies is like a good book that you read over and over, and each time you receive something new.
There is a famous saying that the river cannot see itself. It just is. It is itself, its true being.
We are like that. We see ourselves through others, Nature and myriad different experiences and inner contemplations.
Next week I will write about what I have seen in these movies through my lens of Spiritual Prosperity, the Spirit of Nature and my growth in the wisdom of Mother Earth.
I love the infinite variety of nature.Every aspect of nature tells me I’m loved by a loving Creator who has provided everything I need for a happyand healthy life.I didn’t always know this.Life leads us all to our own unique discoveries andlearning experiences that bring us to our truth and love.Sananda has taught me that everything is created out ofLife, Truth and Love.
My journey has taken me on a path to know that Grandmother Earth and Mother Nature bestow infinite, abundant blessings on us every moment of every day.
Many years ago I discovered that mindfully, silently, walking in nature would bring me to the same peace and stillness that meditating would bring. I would walk for about 20 minutes and then find a bench or rock along the path to sit on and just be. Often I would be refreshed and ready for the next part of my day. Sometimes I would be inspired to call a friend who would greet me with, “You are so telepathic– I was just thinking of you.”
Mostly though, I would marvel at how that simple walk had given me well being and an appreciation of the infinite variety of nature.In this receptive state I could feel the air I was breathing nourishing me.The sun on my back made me feel comforted and relaxed.Every time I walked in this way I saw something new with the flowers and trees or the birds and squirrels or the dogs walking by.Each new thing unique in that moment, not to be seen again. Whether a cloud formation, sunrise or sunset, a bird song, a breeze, a rainbow or the fragrance of a new lilac blossom: each having its moment.Wondrous.
You are that unique Being.Ever changing, discovering your wholeness and connection to your Creator and all that is.Nothing is missing within you. You are blossoming like the rose.
Saint Germaine teaches me that everything we need is at hand. Our abundance, health and well being can be found in the Life, Truth and Love of Nature. Whether you experience Mother Nature as the Outback, Wilderness, Outside, the Wild Jungle, Ocean, Forest, Seashore, lakes, mountains, rivers or streams, deserts, canyons or your home garden, you will find that same Divine Love, Grandmother Earth.
I have learned we can call on the Spirit of Nature and nature spirits (Devas) for a deeper understanding of how to receive and experience more of the abundance and well being nature wants to give us.The Silphs, the air fairies, can help us breathe clearly and deeply. The health-giving air can let us know we have an infinite supply of what we need most to live on the physical plane.The Undines, the water fairies, show us we have plenty of life-giving, cleansing and healing water; pure abundance. Salamanders, or fire fairies, give us warmth and abundant life in spirit, Sunshine.We can’t forget earth fairies, Gnomes. Gnomes help us grow our food and heal our soil and animals. I’m very grateful our New Earth includes a reuniting of these kingdoms. The fairy realms, the earth realms, the heaven realms and an awakened Humanity are united and here for us Now.
The photo above is of ice crystals on the birch tree, not snow. It amazed me. The snow doesn’t stick too well to these trees, so all the crystals amazed me. It had rained with the drops sticking just long enough to freeze as the weather changed that quickly.An hour later, the crystals melted and the trees were bare again.