When Columbus’s party arrived in the bay of the Bahamas, the story goes that the indigenous people could not see the ships. They didn’t have a frame of reference, so their eyes could not process what they saw. Their medicine people had to assist and adjust their eyes before they could see.
My daughter, age eight, has a very active imagination. Lately she has been talking about another world that she visits on a regular basis. She says she would like me to go there with her sometime, and I am not sure how to reply.
Lately I have found myself in what I call the “north energies.” To me, the north energies represent a time of great reflection and stillness, a time to evaluate my life and notice what I am undertaking, holding on to, or resisting, as well as recognizing what I need to let go of.
Recently I asked everyone to say the following benevolent prayer (BP) out loud and to share it with friends and family: “I ask any and all beings to intervene in the most benevolent way to stop any terrorist attacks before they happen anywhere in the world, to encourage respect for other religion