Dear White Buffalo (Calf Woman),
bowing down sacred ground
had to share today
singing in the aspens the chance came to sing to a pair of does
they did not run off but stopped and listened for a spell
till i was finished then around the next corner was a dozen more
again i stopped and there was two little ones in the group
i sang to them and the little ones walked towards me
and it felt good to watch their curiosity over me
what an experience.
opening the reality by beginning the vibrations
spoke with some homeless men tonight
Don and Ron twins again, third set of day.
i revealed how we may walk away from money next month
(brotherhood the new coin of giving and receiving)
i visited them in their campsite in mountains
we are brothers true looking for relief from the mess
Loving I bow
Grandmother Upon the Hill
gray child of the rainbow clan
Tuesday, Sep 25, 2012
Grandmother Upon the Hill,
Thank you for your lovely story. The twins show us the soul and the flesh. United we are holy beings, harmonizing the streams.
Today is Yom Kippur, the very day of the holiest union. The twins show us the galaxies, how they intertwine with their twin sun, just like us.
To be an expression of the great cosmos is indeed a wonder. Sharing your heart towards brotherhood, when the coin shall be giving and receiving, is much to be desired. I bless you along your path to help heal others with your great stories, Grandmother Upon the Hill.
Your devoted grandchild, White Buffalo Calf Woman your Twin Deer Mother
elder crystal child, alightfromwithin.org, Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy
There are those who acquire their world in “a single moment”-- in a single, timeless instant that molds the future and redefines the past. This is the Great Present.
Moment (the Great Present)
based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Hearing this, Rabbi [Judah HaNassi] wept: “There are those who acquire their world in many years, and there are those who acquire their world in a single moment.”
Talmud, Avodah Zarah 17a
In this world of ours, more is less and less is more.
Quantitatively, the earth is but a tiny speck in a vast universe; in significance, it is the focus of G-d’s creation. Of the earth itself, inanimate matter constitutes virtually all of its mass, only a minute fraction of which are living cells. Plant life is more plentiful than animal life, and animals far more numerous than humans. Within the human being, the head, seat of man’s most sophisticated faculties, is smaller than the torso or limbs. In a word, the greater the quality, the lesser the quantity.
The same is true of man’s most precious resource: time. Quality time--time that is most optimally and fulfillingly utilized--comprises but a quantitative fraction of the time we consume. How many minutes of each day do we spend on truly meaningful things? The bulk of our hours are taken up with earning a living, sleeping, eating, and fulfilling a host of social and other obligations--worthy pursuits them all, but secondary to the purpose of our lives.
The very structure of time, as designed by its Creator, follows the “less is more” model. There are six mundane workdays, leading to a single day of spirit and tranquility. Yom Kippur--the “Sabbath of Sabbaths” whose twenty-six hours bring us in touch with our deepest, most essential self--occupies less than 0.3 percent of the year. Everything we do takes time, but the greater the quality of our endeavor, the less the quantity of time it consumes.
The most potent of human deeds is teshuvah--our ability to rectify and sublimate past wrongdoing by returning to the timeless, inviolable core of self which was never tainted by sin in the first place. And teshuvah is the least “time-consuming” of events: the essence of teshuvah is a single wrench of self, a single flash of regret and resolve. “There are those who acquire their world in many years,” says the Talmud, building it brick by brick with the conventional tools of achievement. Then there are those who acquire their world in “a single moment”--in a single, timeless instant that molds the future and redefines the past.
Courtesy of MeaningfulLife.com and http://www.chabad.org/holidays/JewishNewYear/template_cdo/aid/4559/jewish/Moment.htm
Ghost Walk (Sing, Dance, Gather) with us (where you are) each New Moon.
From the darkness we arise a heavenly child.
(2014, solar and lunar calender align, January 1, a cycle of renewal)
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