Do you hear that rustle and that whisper! Is a part of nature, it’s a part of who you are! It is your birth right. It is what makes those manifestations appear in your life, good or bad. So start to own your power. You are not a victim to life. You are a part of life, so start to own your actions or your lack of actions.
It isn’t a faery tale only told to children. It is something that’s been brain washed out of you. Do you see that rabbit, are you sure it’s only a rabbit? Or is it really a faery dressed in a bunny suit to make you more comfortable with nature. Nature and magick, have all kinds of wonderful things to offer. Those things that go bump in the night, is it spirit or nature or a myth that you’ve been told never existed! Funny how all those Myths are starting to take on a life of their own! Boo!
Thought we were only a fantasy in someone’s mind! Funny how those things are coming running out to the mind and into reality. Are you strong enough in body and mind to face that which is yet to come. I hope so, for reality is about to tap you on the shoulder and say Hi! No this isn’t a joke! It’s time for you to grow up and face fact and stop living in fiction. Your children have more of a grasp on reality than most adults.
Faeries and Nature have been sending messages for quite sometime. Some have paid attention others have dismissed them out of ignorance. Those flocks of birds, the weather changes, animals showing up in your life for no reason. Mysterious messages on your voice mail that go on and on. The signs are all around you if you will only wake up and stop sleep walking.
The truth is about come out like a raging river that won’t end. The thing is? Are you ready to start facing it. After all it’s time to put your big person pants and shoes on. The truth has never been more in your face than ever before. Are you brave enough to face it. After all the truth is that dragons are much more friendlier than you’ve been led to believe. When we face the truth, there can be so much opportunity for growth. It can be scary at first, but you are not alone. You have never been alone and will never be alone. So be brave for you will find that you have more allies than you ever thought.
Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)
Most healers, psychics and spiritual people will get this. There are times in our life when no amount of action will allow us to move forward until all is ready for us. We often work ourselves to exhaustion because of the expectations of our society. This rigid mindset does not serve the individual. The people who are empaths, have an even harder time keeping up with the demands of society.
The Universe gets that we are not all the same. Those that hear the messages of the Universe and other dimensions walk between both worlds. This is a very exhausting path. The emotional and spiritual path is more exhausting than even physical work. Even in sleep they are constantly crossing the realms of both realities.
It can be very hard for these individuals to be able to relax. It can feel very foreign to actually have breaks and know how to approach them. The Universe will only allow us to move forward when we are healed and re-energize. Learning how to play again can feel like moving through mud. This healing process is gradual. There is no forcing it. By feeling through it you are able to gauge the temperature more accurately.
Penny J. (MN, USA)
Raven Hawke, Llc
Here’s the thing, as a society we are sick and damaged. This is the part that makes the least sense though. We have many agencies that are supposed to help people and families heal. Violence in our lives is not an economic thing or even an occupation thing. We have batters of women, children and even men in our society.
We as a society should be healing and growing. We should be trying to change our family dynamics so that child abuse, battery of women, men and even rape are no more. Some people will point the finger at the Justice System. Here’s the thing with the Judges’ depending on the state the Judges’ hands may be tied by what their allowed and not allowed to do. How do I even know this? I studied criminal justice once upon a time.
I can’t even say I have the answer. None of it makes sense, it used to be people thought many of these crimes were more likely to happen in families that were in poverty. This theory soon goes out the window when you see this same pattern in middle class and upper class families. Is it a learned behavior? Maybe, yes and no. Children are especially vulnerable to this pattern when picking their future mates. I don’t think any person sets out to carry this on as a family tradition. In many, cases each generation is a little less violent than the one before.
The agencies can be the problem themselves, some people go into social work to make a difference or to appear to make a difference. The child protection agencies aren’t that great either. Some of these agencies step in too late. Part of the problem is that the case workers don’t know what to look for? They ignore the calls from neighbors telling them the children are being neglected. They have no idea what a starving infant or child looks like. Almost sounds like some shit out of a third world country right.
It’s amazing how developed countries are still sick themselves. Now to get to that part about violence being a learned behavior. Here’s why I said maybe and no. Law enforcement and soldiers have in some cases been known to batter their families. In some of these cases seeing so much violence can start to desensitize them to it. Stress can also play a part. Everyone has a different breaking point.
As far as we’ve come as a society, we still have much further to go to become truly civilized. I don’t think this is just an American thing either. We don’t truly have a culture, since we are composed of lots of subcultures. It’s surprising to have so much violence still going on in the 21st Century.
Penny J. (MN, USA)
Raven Hawke, Llc
Our melting pot culture sometimes leaves much to be desired. Especially when it comes to romance; because the US’s is composed of many sub-cultures. There is no standard norms as a culture for Americans. We each bring our sub-culture norms to the table, allowing for many hurts and misunderstandings. Be it table manners? How people raise their children? How we show love and affection. The list is endless.
Men and women, have misunderstandings in general just on how they think and react to situations. Now add the sub-culture to romance and based on their own sub-cultures you can have a variety of expectations. Varying from realistic to expectations from families to romantic partners.
Is it any wonder there is a high divorce rate and lack of satisfaction with relationships in general. Depending on the culture, some people can come off as stand offish. Other’s being interpreted as overly affectionate and depending on societies trends. These cultures can be looked as acceptable or lacking based on the popularity of the trends.
There seems to be so much lack of satisfaction and judgment going on in relationships. It doesn’t seem to matter if its young couples or older couples. There seems to be such a clash of expectations in the courting ritual. It’s almost amazing when the right couples finally find each other.
The perfect romance starts in the brain and when the reality starts to clash. The end of the relationship isn’t far behind. One starts to wonder if the ideal romance isn’t some unrealistic script written off the pages in Hollywood where none of the characters could ever live up those expectations in the real world?
One starts to wonder if it is truly fate that plays a hand in matching up the two people or something else entirely.
Penny J. (MN, USA)
December has been a very interesting month. It has brought with it some blessings and some challenges. The challenges are those funny moments that you don’t know are funny yet. The Universe has all kinds of twists and turns up its sleave to keep things interesting.
Technology that really should be replaced more often then you would like. All of us have that stubborn streak where we want to get the very last drop out of something before having to replace it. Also trying to find the damn spell check button only to find that they’ve hidden it some where?
It’s not that I don’t like technology, it’s just I don’t want to have to chase it with my money every five seconds. I had to recently bite the bullet and replace a modem. Here’s hoping it last five to six years. I’m cheap like that on somethings. This week has also had many pleasant blessings where a lot of things just fell into place and everything went right.
There been some really nice gifts that came unexpectedly too. 2015 has been a very windy road, more so than 2014 which wasn’t such a picnic either. It will be interesting to see what 2016 will bring? More turmoil or finally some calmness as more and more lies are exposed?
Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)