Ok, so, in Ireland where I am from there is a radio station where the public get to ring up & voice their opinions, freely. Im sure there are a couple of these around the world in different countries. I never really bother with listening to that or any of that other kind of stuff […]
Thought for the day. This post is a reminder to slow down. We we are usually rushing here and rushing there, that we rush past the beauty of nature. We show no gratitude for beauty that surrounds us. It is time to slow down.
Beautiful and thought provoking words from spiritualjourney17.com
Sometimes the most beautiful opportunities bloom on the roadside where life has created a split in the road of our lives.
Yet we are so busy contemplating which path to take that we don’t take time to rest and see or smell the pleasant scent of the beauty that surrounds us that could easily point us in the direction we are meant to take.
Enjoy your day! xo
What animal or insect is your Spirit Guide? Count yourself very lucky if this beautiful insect as chosen to journey with you to be your spirit guide. They are a spirit guide that guides you through imagination, & transformation,
If the butterfly has chosen you to flutter beside on this journey, it is here to teach you to retain your sense of wonder and imagination. The butterfly wants you to create beauty in your life and the lives of others and to look for miracles in the smallest of places. She wants you to awaken to the magic that surrounds you. She will whisper to you to open your eyes and see the beauty and miracles that surround you.
The Butterfly Symbol
The Butterfly is a symbol of change, joy and love, & metamorphosis.
The Butterfly is a powerful symbol of myth and religion.
For Early Christians, it represented the soul itself. The butterfly used to be thought of as the soul of the departed still lingering amongst the living. What a beautiful thought!
In China, it symbolised conjugal bliss and joy.
In Native American culture, the butterfly is a symbol of Metamorphosis and Transformation. The symbol of new life, letting go of cycles and finding true inner expression
American Indians call upon the butterfly for guidance in change, colour, and happiness.
Butterflies are messengers of the moment and come in a wide array of colours.
The butterfly is one of the most inspiring symbols of the animal kingdom, knowing precisely the time to leave the comfort and limitations of the cocoon flying freely into the world.
The Butterfly Dance
The “dance of the butterfly” can teach you not to take things so seriously. The butterfly has taste sensors on the front legs, enabling them to experience life through motion (dancing, walking).
Butterflies do not know the colour of their wings, but human eyes know how beautiful they are. We can see the intricate details of its wings and the vivid colours of some butterflies. Each one is beautiful in its own rights. No two butterflies can be compared to each one is different. Each one is special. Each one is beautiful.
The butterfly calls you to expand your awareness and spread your wings and call forth your inner joy. Let go of limitations and free yourself to express your own beauty within. Likewise, we don’t always see the good qualities that we possess, so we need to do some soul-searching. Listen to what others have to say as they already see how special you are.
Butterfly brings colour and lightness to your life. Color is an important part of our daily life and can affect how we respond to various situations. (you can read more about colour here.)
Change and Transformation
If you are going through changes or transitions in your life right now, study the butterfly to make these changes beneficial, joyful, and rewarding. All change is good – even if it may not seem so at the time. Change is what life is made of and is necessary to growth, and accomplishment.
The butterfly/Caterpillar’s wisdom includes:-
- The power of the whirlwind
- and magic.
When the butterfly appears to you as your Spirit Guide you will know this is a time of spiritual transition. Symbolic of moving from one place to the next, reaching higher, reaching outward to your goals and dreams. A time of self-discovery and rebirth. The butterfly shows the beauty within.
People who believe in spirit guides believe the butterfly to be a spirit that will continue in life in one form or another. The butterfly doesn’t die, just goes through different forms of metamorphosis People who have butterflies as guides rarely fear death and some of the most likely to believe in such concepts as reincarnation
Post was taken from – https://theseekerofthetruth.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/my-spirit-guide-butterfly.htm
and other sites I used for research,
The Butterfly – Children’s Home + Aid.
Wow. This is one beautifully written post, that I can relate to on all levels. Thank you for sharing.
Taking care of myself doesn’t always come naturally to me. I have been thinking a lot lately of the times I gave in to other’s requests or demands and in the process I ended up abandoning myself and my own needs, not being fully aware at the time. I am not sure if it was totally motivated by people pleasing or a desire to be liked or more so that as a soft person I am often overpowered by those with a strong will, or have been in the past. Anyway what ever happened in the past are mistakes that I need to learn from and leave firmly in the past.
I am aware that one of the consequences of emotional neglect or abandonment in childhood is that we don’t learn to know our needs and wants and value those or even feel we have the right to have them. …
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I can relate to the poem as I also have lived in a prison of darkness. I have also written a poem about a prison, but not as well written as this one. Thank you for sharing your feelings in this beautifully written poem
Connection is the key to helping kids learn how to behave, and parents have to be the calm in the midst of their kids’ chaos. This phrase can help.
A Poem: You Are Who You Are by Russell Kelfer
You are who you are for a reason.
You’re part of an intricate plan.
You’re a precious and perfect unique design,
Called God’s special woman or man.
You look like you look for a reason.
Our God made no mistake.
He knit you together within the womb,
You’re just what he wanted to make.
The parents you had were the ones he chose,
And no matter how you may feel,
They were custom-designed with God’s plan in mind,
And they bear the Master’s seal.
No, that trauma you faced was not easy.
And God wept that it hurt you so;
But it was allowed to shape your heart.
So that into his likeness you’d grow.
You are who you are for a reason,
You’ve been formed by the Master’s rod.
You are who you are, beloved,
Because there is a God!
(By Russell Kelfer, Adapted from The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren)