I've been neglecting this blog so I'd like to get back to posting updates from the Sacred Circle here.
Yesterday's circle was devoted to supporting Rosa is continuing to step more deeply onto the path of her mission. Rosa has a very loving and compassionate mission. She is a vessel of divine love, here to heal and nurture others. Yet, as Tehuti explains, loving compassion needn't be associated with weakness as it is often perceived by the dominant culture. He explains: True joy is achieved through giving and compassion. When you give and show compassion you align with the love, joy and bliss of the universe and you experience the only true bliss, joy, and prosperity. Riches beyond measure.
During yesterday's ritual, Ebele and I received messages from Auset. She expressed profound gratitude for the ritual. She also explained how rare it is for her to be seen and recognized and for these qualities of gentleness and nurturing to be celebrated. She said that the planet needs this!!! She also asked that we look to how we can be more gentle in our lives as well as to honor our mothers and our female ancestors.
We are also paid a visit by Mother Mary! Ebele was wearing rosary beads from Nigeria and she began to receive messages from her! This Sunday we will be doing a ritual in support of Ebele's mission. I will share more details as the weekend approaches...
One final note- This morning I got a call from a man who received a reading about a month ago. He has been grappling with the notion that in a past life, he was a person of an ethnicity that is known for widespread acts of aggression and oppression. Yet he himself was a kind man who made a powerful contribution to the legal system. He instinctively understood the notion of divine justice and, as a magistrate, rendered highly evolved decisions. His reading revealed the difference between human law, which has evolved largely out of an ego-based system, and divine law which establishes true justice and balance in the universe, as expressed in the Laws of Maat. He plans to attend on Sunday to gain more support in moving forward with his mission.
I look forward to seeing you all!
Something of interest, as we align with the nurturing energies of Auset, this morning on WBAI's show called Democracy Now, Amy Goodman did a wonderful piece acknowledging the "unpaid labor" of women caring for their families, raising the children, etc. It really was quite lovely. You can catch it on Democracynow.org under today's show- it was the last segment, about 20 minutes long.