This blog has been percolating inside me for weeks now, and I thought it was time now to get it out. We have two of these bushes in our yard, which have been covered in these flowers for weeks now. I was so moved by the fact that these flowers were heaving with all manner of insects. There were European bees, native Australian bees (tiny wee black ones with
I love trees, particularly big old gum trees. The other day I was walking along a bush path in a local reserve, stepping over fallen branches and small trees as I went. I began to contemplate how it is that so many branches, and even trees, fall down, without hurting anyone who happens to be walking along the paths. Sometimes even huge branches and large gum trees have ended up
The quote from the Tao Te Ching on Wayne Dyer’s Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life perpetual calendar earlier this week: The muddiest water clears as it is stilled. And out of that stillness, life arises. From my reading of Neale Donald Walsch’s Conversations With God books, I learned that Life, is another name for Love, which is another name for God. So if you read the above quote
The greatest lesson I learned this week has been to go with the flow. My husband broke his arm nearly two weeks ago, and we had been booked into a holiday house at Byron Bay for the following week. I knew that the chances of cancelling with such short notice were slim, because they would only cancel the booking if they could find someone else to rebook. At the time
If you have read any of my earlier blogs, you will know that I know that there is no such thing as coincidence. I know that everything is happening in divine order, especially when I ask for God’s will to be done, as I do at the end of my meditation first thing every morning and last thing before I go to bed at night. You may also know that
Hubby and I have had a few challenges this week, but rather than focus on those, I’d like to focus on the miracles that happen in our lives every day. Millions of miracles happen every day, but we often take them all for granted: The miracle of life, where so many systems work together to allow us to exist on this planet. How often do we stop to think of all
I was looking out for a sign for my blog this week, when I spied a Praying Mantis on my window. She is a rare visitor to my household, so I wondered if she had a message for me. In hindsight I could have asked her personally, using the skills that I learned during my animal communication courses, but, at the time, I was in a hurry to get my
For this week’s blog, I would like to tell my own dreamtime story: Before the beginning of eternity, in the time before time existed, there lived a Being so wondrous, so magnificent, so powerful, so full of love, that no human now living could ever comprehend the majesty of it. This Being had no name, because it could not be confined within any terms that a name could give it.