Each of us can develop our own language with spirit. When we are willing, ask questions and pay attention our unique vocabulary and insight with spirit will increase in frequency. Some of us will interpret certain symbols in the same and others differently. How we figure them out is by asking questions.
Tuesday, August 07, 2012 (Blossoming):
Today I’ll be lying on our bed supported by pillows, listening using my computer and earbuds.
My written intent before starting (written on my whiteboard): To receive whatever guidance I may need for my highest good.
Day 19 Afterward:
This was awesome! I again used the technique of surrounding myself with a blue light. I had a hard time visualizing the light for some reason, but I just did what I could and continued. I then imagined a bright light beaming down into my crown chakra. From there, I slowly envisioned the light going downward throughout my entire body.
I had a quick monkey-mind moment where I thought about how since I’ve been notating monkey-mind, it seems to not be very common for me, which is awesome. I then thought about Deborah making these tracks, and wondered if a synthesizer was used.
Then the monkey mind stopped and I told the universe that I was open to communication and was willing to wait for it. After a few moments of enjoying the music, I saw the vision of a small tree growing. I thought for a few moments and then, stumped, asked what I was to learn from the vision.
I received the message that I am like a tree. A tree always expands its roots and keeps a strong base. A tree always grows *up*. Throughout its entire life, it never neglects its base and roots; it adds to them. It expands them. It is always growing. If I am to be successful, I must embrace the qualities of tree.
I was just mentally taking all this in when I saw a vision of a squirrel pouring hot chili powder rub out of a container of some sort. Stumped once again, I asked what I was to learn from this new vision. I received the message that the powder was hot and burned. Trees can also burn. They can burn up, burn down, and burn out. I must be careful in my pursuits to not burn out.
The rest of this meditation was me giving thanks and love for the messages I received. I gave many thanks, and after a few minutes, said “I love you” involuntarily – it just happened completely on its own. This was a new experience for me, which I embraced, and the angels embraced it too by returning the expression both verbally and with the feeling of love.
What a great lesson! I love learning from trees!
Feedback from Deborah:
Oh how I love trees too! Spirit uses the symbolism of trees a lot.