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Grandmother Blue Owl's Hootout
Ongoing snapshots of Spiritual Guidance from our everyday life !
New Moon Intention
During the New Moon we have an opportunity to anchor into our creative power. We may set an intention during this new moon to follow your own inner wisdom. Be ready for a download of truth. Be willing to receive it.
A New Moon teaches us we can start anew and have a new beginning. The New Moon is the beginning of a new cycle. Asking the universe for what you want is a very powerful practice. You have 48 hours from the unset of the new moon to do this ritual. At this time the veil between the veils is thin. Whatever is started on the New Moon has a wonderful chance of being manifested for you.
Steps for Setting Intentions:
1. Prepare before so all is ready. Smudge your area and while you do that pray for openness. Keep it simple.
Dear Universe, I am here to connect with spirit, truth and love. Please make me a channel of your divine wisdom and help me to see clearly and help me to tune into the greatest good in my heart.
2.Open sacred space. Its as easy as reaching up with your hands above your crown to slowly bring down the sacred energy of your higher self around your body. You may also want to create a space. I put a cloth down and bring my mesa and crystals.
3.Breathe in the new divine white light. Place one hand on your belly and one on your heart. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Slowly release all that no longer serves you. Breathe this way 3x and then breathe normally while placing both hands on your heart.
4. You may write your list. Say " I am grateful for ....... Write 3 things tops. Then speak your list out loud. Feel each thing that you write on your list like it is happening and here with you. After the words are spoken you may want to burn the paper and reflect while the smoke has been taken on the wind.
5. Take time to sit and meditate on each of your wishes.
6. Say thank you to Spirit for the opportunity to share. You may bring up the energy around you. Bring both hands up, with palms facing up to above your crown and return your hands in prayer to you heart.
7. Know it is done
Cooch was our dear friend who live with us for ten wonderful years. As you see in the picture he loved to swim with ball. During the last month of his life we helped to make his remaining time fun for him. We called in Pawspice.
Compassion and impermanence (change) are the two most important qualities that our human soul has to learn as we go from lifetime to lifetime, but throughout our last days with Cooch we have learned more.
First, number one and most important, unconditional love is the bonding element that transcends all earthly attachments. Trust comes from this bond and Cooch allowed us to know what his wishes were and allowed us to help him.
Number two was the biggest surprise. Life is worth living if you are doing what you truly love. Each day we took Cooch for a swim. From the time he was a pup he was always loved to swim. As soon as we said "Get your ball, we are going swimming", he jumped up, gathered his ball and met us at the door - so filled with life.
Number three is a give but sometimes we forget to remember.
Each moment is a gravy train moment. We were grateful for each moment we had together.
Number four is embrace the suffering as it is proof that you are here and you are in service. As we fed our puppy with a syringe or offer food from our palms we knew that it is helped him.
Number five is enjoy the humour. Laughter is always the best medicine. Watching Cooch make a mess with his food and watching him roll in the mud wasn't a problem anymore.
There five lessons, our hand full, will live with us forever. Loving everyone unconditionally, doing what we love to do, being grateful for each moment as it happens, serving others in need, and laughing as many times a day as is possible are the five blessings that have come from the best teacher of all.
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