Guest Author - Elleise
Soon the leaves will be changing and minds will be stirring. So, what’s the best season to put into Fall? Hope with a pinch of confidence in the main ingredient, and Spring to follow the rise of Winter!
Some of our most promising messages received are through the processes of nature. In a single day what can be revealed takes form in small cyclical churn of events so subtle and without effort of our own, that progression is barely evident until what it is that will be next, is. Nature is kind enough in all aspects to leave behind little postcards reading, "it was here." Be it the first day you notice green life sprouting after a long gray winter, or, when what had started as insignificant amount of wildlife turns into the day you can count 15 to 20 of what you did not have before in your own back yard. In most every case, what is left behind is something of beauty and the foundation for the unexpected, unexplained, and life with a view.
Lately our seasons have not been so easily distinguished. More and more these days characteristics seem to resemble that of their counterparts than anything leaving us guessing as to what it will be they do next. However, within this element of unpredictability, lay open doors to heightened awareness. Things we may have taken for granted we now listen for looking for help in guiding what we should expect in our coming months, days and for some even hours.
Is this a good thing? Certainly! Without heightened awareness, without a doubt, we could not advance to the levels needed allowing us to coexist with the changes lying ahead. Just as Summer could not be made way for without the wits of the snows of Winter and the warmer temperatures of Spring, nor would we be equipt in aiding the processing of our truest elements of life.
Technology will never be the only thing to advance. There is an understanding at stake and we happen to be riding the wave of this understanding currently. Just as our oceans support its world underneath, so are these same elements that support us in our daily living. Aside from the creatures utilizing both water and topical surface, I feel many could be understood to know nothing more about their surrounding, but for the water.
Possibly, there was a time when we knew nothing more about life but for the job we went to, the house we had and the people we knew. Have you ever tried to tell a blowfish there is an entirely different world from which is knows? Personally, I can relate to the blowfish. Something needs to snag our lines so-to-speak, take us from what we knew and pull us to a surface we never would have seen had it not. Once it is seen there really is an entirely different world with entirely different options and proportions awaiting. What could be done with such opportunities? Infinite progression and something money couldn’t buy. Yet somehow we are richer for the having of such an experience.
Blessing, Love and Hope to each this finds. Elleise