This restful pose is often overlooked and undervalued. Many consider it the hardest pose in yoga. To be still, totally relax, and pause life is a challenge. Most people have compromised nervous systems, and remaining still is difficult.
I had a dream last night about eating my flesh off my arms. My skin was cut into little squares, and I was scooping it up with a spatula like you would a piece of pizza. I put it onto a plate, smiled, and handed it to another woman. Can you possibly tell me the meaning of this dream?
Are we what we see, or are we seeing what we are? This is the big question right now. How much is real? How much is surreal? Where does personal reality intersect with consensual reality? If all I see is part of me, what does that say about me?
Amanda: Namaste and blessings. I am bringing through messages from our beautiful oceans and water worlds. At first, I wondered why this would be a subject the spirit guides wished to share during a time of readjustment in our worlds. As I tuned in more, it became very clear.
We know that we are expressive beings and that our communication takes place on many different levels. But most people don’t have a clue about the subtle interplay of energy that happens between them every time they meet.
Sarah: In the last transmission from the Heart of the Mother, she made it clear she is speaking to us as spiritual adults. You will notice a different tone in this transmission. She is addressing us as friends who share a mutual resonance, frequency, and understanding.
David writes: It’s been a while now since I’ve sent you anything. I successfully request most benevolent outcomes (MBOs) all the time. It’s not that they have become boring or mundane, but I feel this one is particularly noteworthy.
Is it time to transform a challenging situation? Do you need to shed layers of emotions and disappointment? It’s time to finalize the release of that which is old and worn. Let go of the past, and open your heart and mind to start anew. New opportunities and beginnings await you.
Samuel: My name Is Samuel and I run a sanctuary for wild animals that have been dropped off because they are not wanted. I have a tiger named Carl, and he seems to be in pain. He’s become quite lethargic over the past few months, and he’s only four years old.