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When we begin to reside in a new and higher vibrating reality.
You now wonder why you used to think you had to surround yourself in white light or clear any energies. In the higher realms this is a waste of our time. Again, it only serves to focus energy on what we do not want, this giving it energy and making it real. When we are vibrating high, lower energies cannot possible affect us or gain access to our space as they are not even a close match. With like energies attracting like energies, we are now free and clear to create, enjoy, and experience. This ties in with the dimensional hierarchies as well.
I know I have shifted my "protection" prayers in the past year. How many of you are praying differently now? Are you feeling the vibrations you are in now are different than they were a year ago? What does it feel like?
“If you listen close at night, you will hear the creatures of the dark, all of them sacred – the owls, the crickets, the frogs, the night birds – and you will hear beautiful songs, songs you have never heard before. Listen with your heart. Never stop listening.” –Henery Quick Bear, LAKOTA
The night time is full of life, full of song, and full of beauty. Have you ever gone outside at night and listened? One has access to serenity and peace. At night all our senses change their roles. Because we can’t see, our hearing is much stronger, our smell is even more enhanced, our sight is different. We are able to join nature through sounds and smells, through the songs of the night birds, and through the night winds. We can close our eyes and experience interconnectedness in a different way. Try it tonight and experience oneness with the Creator.
Great Spirit, allow me to listen to the teachers of the night.
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2nd image; Navajo Medicine Man points out the symbols and drawings pecked into sandstone by the Anasazi (the ancient ones) in Monument Valley.
Elder’s Meditation of the Day May 27
“One of the things the old people taught me about the spirits was to never have a doubt.”
–Wallace Black Elk, LAKOTA
The spirit world is sometimes hard to believe in because we can’t see it. Our minds convince us to seek proof for everything. We need to believe that the Unseen World exists and the Unseen World is guided by principles, laws, and values. If we have doubts, we can pray to the Great Spirit to remove the doubt. He understands how difficult it can be sometimes, so He’s always ready to help us during our doubtful times. We are lucky to have such an understanding and helpful Father.
Great Spirit, today, divorce me from doubt.
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John Trudell quote from the movie, Thunderheart Image 6
In some spiritual traditions there is always either forgiveness for pass indiscretions or room for movement back int the fold. In other words, there is always room for improvement. So do not feel closed off to the rest of what life has to offer, Thunderism of the day
Ceremonies & prayers are for us all. When done with proper protovol the ancestors will come, and Spirits are present. Medicine & healing cannot proceed without it. A community and individuals are responsible for each other. Thus the phrase of Mitakuye Oyasin (All my relations) applies! Thunderism of the day. Jerry Pope aka Blue Thubserman.
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