The Queen and King of Hearts

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When (romantic) love isn’t in our lives, it’s on the way. If you know that a special guest is coming at five o’clock, do you spend the day messing up the home? Of course not. You prepare. – Marianne Williamson

 

Queen and King of Hearts

- When will you come into my life, oh,
my King of Hearts,
pondered Princess of Hearts.

- I´ll enter when you dare to receive me,
when the fears don´t inhibit that,
when you don´t run away from me anymore.
When you realize that love
need not be deserved.
It just is.

As spirits
we have never
been apart.

So Princess of Hearts
began to open her heart more,
explored the essences of love
in many frequencies and dimensions,
experienced the invisible connections,
the wholeness of her own soul
and the guidance of eternity,
She grew and
got inspired,
wisened up

seemingly alone,
but not alone, because
the love of King of Hearts
took multiple forms:
in a smile on the street,
in an adoring gaze of a strange man,
in a fair hand shake of an officer,
in the enjoyment of the now moment,
in the loving power of her balanced inner
feminine and masculine energies,
in friendships,
in healing miracles,
in the beauty of the nature,
in the freedom of the sea,
in the spaciousness of the starry sky,
in the moments when she
loved herself unconditionally
and when she didn´t she often
felt the accepting embrace of
King of Hearts

During meditations and dreams
the sensual energy of King of Hearts
opened up new heavens
to the physical
experience tenderly releasing
blocks of the centuries.

Until  finally,
there he just was
like he´d always been,
guided by a little blessing in disguise
for the mutual timing to succeed,
the sacred twin of Queen of Hearts.

- Deelia ©

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“The infinity symbol stands for completeness. It is composed of a solar right side and a lunar left side and can denote union or balance between the sexes. In essence, it is two becoming one. Ancient mystics said this symbol indicated the presence of twin gods or goddesses. Such twins were praised as magicians, healers, and angels of fertility. In this card, twin water spirits are uniting through the deep, transforming circle of power and change. Although their music is calm, the waves behind them ebb and flow with a rhythm of strength and force. This is represented by the eight musical notes in the shape of Winged Hearts. The blending of these opposing forces is the key to understanding personal transformation. The number 8 is itself a sign for infinity and represents passion, sexuality, power, and regeneration. Realize that you have both male and female energies within your psyche. If each of us were to consciously use our gifts of sexuality and empowerment constructively, together we would create a safer and less destructive world. This card asks you to find spiritual and emotional equilibrium within the realm of feelings. A profound change awaits you when you integrate a personal sense of empowerment with a serene understanding of the universal flow of life. Inner harmony can lead you to a state of divine bliss and actualize your potential as a gifted healer.”

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Myths About Soulmate Relationships

 

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This article written by Elena Krasnova

Myth #1: “There is only ONE soulmate for each of us out there”. It’s important to understand that your soul is compatible with more than one other soul on this planet. Essentially, your soul is part of an energy pool that is shared among many other beings, all of whom could easily resonate well with you and be able to form a soulmate relationship. So, there isn’t just one person out there that is a perfect match for you in terms of a love relationship. That would be like saying that you can only have one good friend in your entire lifetime, which is simply not true. Sure, you can have some friends with whom you have more of a connection than others, but, chances are, you’re going to have more than one good friend in your life.

Myth #2: “Soulmate relationships last forever.” Having met your soulmate doesn’t necessarily mean that the relationship will last until both of your physical deaths. Some soulmate relationships don’t work out, but that doesn’t mean that those relationships were wrong or useless. Certain people must enter our lives at certain points to teach us valuable lessons and contribute to our soul’s growth in some way. But they don’t necessarily have to stay in our lives forever (although, of course, some do and that’s because they continue to contribute to our soul’s growth rather than to its detriment).

Myth #3: “Only lucky people get to be in soulmate relationships.” Forming and maintaining soulmate relationships has nothing to do with luck! Every soulmate relationship is a carefully chosen connection of your energy (essence) to another person’s energy (essence). Calling this “luck” is almost an insult to the soul, as it gives us a loophole, an excuse as to why we can’t have a soulmate relationship. It’s a justification based on our past and/or present situation and/or what the majority says.

The fact is that finding a soulmate relationship is very much in your hands. It is up to you to get your “logical” mind out of the way and attract your soulmate. The main reason that people don’t attract their soulmates is that they have certain mental blocks that don’t allow them to engage in a soulmate relationship (because of a traumatic past, for example). Click here to learn more about how your own mind can sabotage you.

Myth #4: “Soulmate relationships only happen to the chosen few”. As we said in debunking Myth #1, your soul is part of an energy pool that is shared among many other beings, all of whom could easily resonate well with you and be able to form a soulmate relationship. That means that every single person on earth can have thousands of soulmates! You can literally have your pick of soulmates right now! It is only a matter of finding them and putting in a little effort to maintain the relationship you form, which is what The Soulmate Guide is all about.

Myth #5: “Soulmate relationships are hard to find”. This one is kind of like a self-fulfilling prophecy. What that means is that when you hear, say, and emphasize something enough, you believe it, and the outcome turns out just like you believed. In other words, if you think, believe, or say something is hard, your subconscious mind will make you perceive it as hard. This is not only true about soulmate relationships, but just about everything in life. In the case of soulmates, if you believe they are hard to find, your mind will literally make you blind to all the potential soulmates that are out there for you. You will most likely not even see them! So, realizing that out of the thousands of soulmates you are compatible with, meeting at least a couple is quite likely, is a great first step toward attracting your soulmate.

To learn practical techniques to deliberately attract your soulmate please visit http://www.thesoulmateguide.com

Elena Krasnova is an NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Practitioner, who specializes in soulmate relationships. Neuro-Linguistic Programming Entails changing destructive thought patterns and un-serving beliefs at the level of the subconscious mind. Elena helps women all over the world find love and attract soulmate relationships of their dreams.

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Quotes About Soulmate Lovers

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Have you ever met someone for the first time, but in your heart you feel as if you’ve met them before? – JoAnne Kenrick

Instructions are never included. They vary with the strength of your ability to see, the measure of your selective blindness, the limits of your mercy, and the intensity of your desire. – Vera Nazarian

For some people, “the point of no return” begins at the very moment their souls become aware of each others’ existence. – C. JoyBell C.

We were not making love, we did not even kiss, but the inexplicable intimacy we shared left us wordlessly and hopelessly locked into each other’s gaze. – Jasmine Dubroff

I believe in the immeasurable power of love, that true love can endure any circumstance and reach across any distance. – Steve Maraboli

You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams. Dr. Seuss

It is completely possible to have conscious connection through the heart (beyond the experience of the body) with your Twin Flame. This can be experienced in meditation or simply in quiet times of repose. – Yael & Doug Powell /Circle of Light

The true Twin Flame experience is accessed from within you in still moments through divine feeling, through meditation, through a deep opening of the heart. This sometimes takes the form of ecstatic waves or pulsations of energy moving through the body. Or, you may have the distinct feeling of another being in your energy field or a sense of conversations that may come in word-thoughts or simply through silent unspoken understanding. – Yael & Doug Powell /Circle of Light

Coming together in relationship on Earth that is a reflection of one’s Twin Flame, the true Twin Flame from the Moment of Creation, has nothing to do with gender in the body on Earth. The important thing is that in every relationship reflecting a Twin Flame connection, one half is carrying the Divine Masculine and one half is carrying the Divine Feminine. This refers not to gender, but to the grand forces of Creation. These people may both be in female bodies, or both be in male bodies. – Yael & Doug Powell /Circle of Light

As you radiate soul love you may feel a shift in yourself. Some of you will feel this shift as an “aha,” a release, or a feeling of greater love. You may feel a physical sensation of some sort, such as a lessening of tension somewhere in your body. You may discern a change in your attitude. All of these are indications that your heart centers are awakening. – Soul Love / Sanaya Roman

A soul mate is not found. A soul mate is recognized. – Vironika Tugaleva

Before you find your soul mate, you must first discover your soul. – Charles F. Glassman

A soulmate is someone who has locks that fit our keys, and keys to fit our locks. When we feel safe enough to open the locks, our truest selves step out and we can be completely and honestly who we are; we can be loved for who we are and not for who we’re pretending to be. Each unveils the best part of the other. No matter what else goes wrong around us, with that one person we’re safe in our own paradise. – Richard Bach

We recognize a soulmate by the supreme level of comfort and security we feel with that person. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t issues that remain to be ironed out. Rather, it means we know intuitively that we can resolve issues with our soul mate without losing his or her love and respect. – Linda Brady

A soulmate is an ongoing connection with another individual that the soul picks up again in various times and places over lifetimes. We are attracted to another person at a soul level not because that person is our unique complement, but because by being with that individual, we are somehow provided with an impetus to become whole ourselves. – Edgar Cayce

I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. I love you not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me. I love you for the part of me that you bring out. – Roy Croft

People think a soul mate is your perfect fit, and that’s what everyone wants. But a true soulmate is a mirror, the person who shows you everything that is holding you back, the person who brings you to your own attention so you can change your life. – Elizabeth Gilbert

Love is like a friendship caught on fire. In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. As love grows older, our hearts mature and our love becomes as coals, deep-burning and unquenchable. – Bruce Lee

A soulmate is someone to whom we feel profoundly connected, as though the communicating and communing that take place between us were not the product of intentional efforts, but rather a divine grace. – Thomas Moore

The minute I heard my first love story I started looking for you, not knowing how blind I was. Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere. They’re in each other all along. – Rumi


Sources:

Goodreads: Quotes About Soul Mates http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/soul-mates

Circle of Light http://www.circleoflight.net/

Orin and DaBen http://orindaben.com/

14 Famous Quotes About Soulmates to Use in Your Wedding / The Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rev-laurie-sue-brockway/14-famous-quotes-about-soulmate_b_5268769.html

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Newness of Energy During and After the Solstice

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Look to this day,
For yesterday is but a dream,
And tomorrow is only a vision,
But today, well lived,
Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness,
And every tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well, therefore, to this day.
 
– Sanskrit Proverb

 
“I feel new energy and aliveness
touching every part of my body
with every breath I take.

I trust that the world is safe
and that it is always working
FOR me and WITH me.

I release all my limits
and embrace the new.”

- Sanaya Roman at Orin & DaBen, Embracing the New /weekly meditations

 

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Love Transmissions

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I´m sending you
love as soft, pink
waves of
energy.

And if your free will
allows it,
you might suddenly
feel your ears
heat up,
a warm breeze in
the middle of your chest,
and perhaps you
wonder might
you have
forgotten
something…

- Deelia © (ages ago) /  from: Pastel Lights blog

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PS. Clean energy transmissions are always free from the wishes of the personality/ego of the sender.

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The True Nature of Dreams – Shared Dreams by Laurie Conrad

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This article written by Laurie Conrad 

SHARED “DREAMS”: An Introduction

There are special dream experiences that we can share with another incarnated human or humans, and I call these “shared dreams”. These sorts of dream experiences are not psychological dreams, i.e. not dreams comprised of only our thoughts and memories and desires, they are not the product of our own personal psychology. Shared dreams can be to other places on earth, or to other realms, or can be about the future. In these shared dreams two or more people go to the same place, on the same night, and have more-or-less the same experience there. Often the two people will see each other there, sometimes not. But both people will describe the realm, and the events that occurred in the realm, in a similar way – even though they might have had their own individual and private experiences there.

As in other “dream” meetings and visits, these shared “dreams” feel more real than ordinary dreams, and are more vivid than ordinary dreams. Some of these shared dreams are ongoing – and some are a one time visit. And either sort of dream meeting can be to another place on earth, or to a place in another realm. If there is a specific event in another realm, or somewhere on earth – then two or more people will dream about it on the same night. For example, if a concert is scheduled for eight o’clock in the evening in this realm, and you and a friend both wish to attend it, then you both have to show up at the right place and the right time. The same is true in visits to other realms.

An Example of a Shared Dream: SPRINGTIME at CORNELL – The BELLS

I had an interesting shared “dream” during the time I was living at the State Street house, over twenty years ago. I remember this “dream” vividly. In this dream meeting, I am floating over Ithaca, and fly through the air to the Cornell campus. It is a beautiful day, and as I approach a lawn near Sage Chapel, from the air I see what looks like a large outdoor celebration of some sort, a party. People are happily bustling around, eating and drinking; many people seem to know each other. Some clump into various small groups, some people travel from clump to clump, or wend their way between the other groups in order to get to another desired destination on the lawn. It looked like a vast, sprawling, happy party. It is springtime, all the spring trees are flowering, and I can hear the bells of the Cornell clock tower ringing. Hundreds of people are there. I “land” on the lawn and join the party. I meet my friend Frieda, and more-or-less stay with her and our small clump of people. Frieda is the only person there that I recognize. As I stand before my friend, our futures unfold symbolically in the space between us. We smile at each other and the “dream” ends. The next morning I told a friend who was visiting the State Street house about the dream. She laughed and said: “You were there too? I didn’t see you there. Everyone was getting married, all sorts of people.” When she said this, I realized this was true. Two people in our cluster of celebrants did appear to be having a private ceremony of some sort while others, including myself, watched. Although my over all feeling was that I missed most of the weddings, and instead got there in time for the receptions.

When my friend Diana was visiting Ithaca last month – this is over twenty years later – she went up to the Cornell campus. When she returned from her errand, she said that one spot on campus had been the scene of a dream that she had had many years earlier, a dream about a big party at Cornell. She recognized the lawn and the buildings nearby, and it all looked just as it had in the dream. I smiled to myself and asked her when she had this dream. She said it was over 20 years ago. I then asked her if it was spring. And she said, with some amazement – “Yes. It was spring.” I asked her if she was at Sage Chapel, and she answered, “No. But I was on the lawn at Olin Library, which is right across from Sage Chapel.” I then asked her if the dream seemed different from her other dreams and she answered, yes, it left her with a visceral memory, as though it had been a real event. She also said it had been one of the most vivid dreams she had ever had, and that it had stayed with her throughout the years. Moreover – she had never been to Ithaca before the dream. Nor had she even heard of Ithaca, nor seen the Cornell campus, not even in photographs or books. She said, ” I had this dream before you and I ever met, before I had even moved to Ithaca. This dream brought me to Ithaca.” She added that on her first trip to the Cornell campus, many years ago, “It was exactly as it had looked in that dream!… It was the place I saw in my dream.”

Neither of my two friends, nor I, knew Diana at the time of the shared dream. At least not on a conscious level. And my future did unfold as foretold in the dream, as did my friend Frieda’s.

SHARED DREAMS: More Thoughts

These special dreams can unlock a few mysteries for us if we allow them to. For one, these dream meetings and visits can teach us that we are not just the physical body, that there is a part of us that is not limited to the physical body – and that there is a truer, perhaps even eternal aspect of ourselves that we are not ordinarily aware of, a self that can even travel unfettered among the stars.

Am I saying that all astral travel, or out-of-body travel, or dream travel is sacred and that of the Soul Itself? No, I am not. We can also go to lower realms in these special dreams, and fall into our own lower nature while there. We can plummet to the base of a cliff as others easily float in a “dream” visit, because we are beginners, neophytes, and have much to learn.

But we can also go to higher realms and learn and evolve, just as we can learn and evolve here on earth, in the physical body. We can take the lessons we learn from these dream experiences and try to put them into our waking state lives.

And these dream experiences can also lead us to question the concepts of time and space as we ordinarily experience and think about them.

For example, if my friend Diana could visit the Cornell Campus (in the story Springtime at Cornell) in a dream, years before she actually stood there physically – then obviously there are modes of travel other than busses, cars and airplanes that carry us from place to place. And we would have to question the very nature of time and space. But that is not the aim of this book, that would have to be another volume.

Shared dreams are a fairly convincing proof that we are not always working out our own psychology in our dreams, but at least at times are going to other realms or other places on earth while asleep. For if it were just an individual mind’s dream – a working out of an individual’s own personal psychology – then how could two or more people both be there, while in dream state, in the same place, and describe it in the same way?

If we were just sharing thoughts, melding minds so to speak – then our dreams would be identical. And this is not the case. Even though my friends and I were in the same “physical” place on our small earth in our “dreams”, we did not have the same experiences there. We were all at the same party at Cornell, and described it in much the same way – which tells us that we shared the same “reality”, in the same way we do in waking state consciousness here on earth. In other words, it was not just our individual reality or personal psychology creating the party scene at Cornell – as in an ordinary, psychological dream – where I would say it was in the winter and my other friends would say it took place in summer, or I would say we were in California and they would say, no it was Paris.

In this shared dream, Diana was with people who were playing music and strolling around as though at a music festival. Frieda, my State Street friend and I, in our shared dream visit to Cornell, were across from Diana on the Sage Chapel lawn. Where we were, people were happily interacting or getting married, and there was no music playing. Undoubtedly it was all the same party, yet we each had our own experience of it. My State Street friend and I did not even see each other there, even though we would have readily recognized each other. Perhaps we were there at different times of day. Diana said she did not hear the clock tower bells ring, whereas I did. It is very possible that Frieda and I arrived either before or after my other two friends had already been there. And to make it all more interesting, Diana and I had not yet even met in this reality.

In this shared “dream” example: we seemed to be in the same place on the same night, but we had different experiences there. Just as it is for us on earth, in waking state consciousness.

You could say that the Divine Mind, as Paul Brunton calls it – or God in my terminology – gives us earthlings a common framework, a common reality to work with in our conscious, waking state lives here on earth. Then we choose, within that shared framework or reality, our own experiences and perceptions of those experiences which we then call our life. We have the whole world to choose from, and a world we all agree on – where a tree is a tree, Australia is of a certain latitude and longitude on the globe we call earth, the sky is above and the earth below. Yet three friends can attend the same party on a Cornell lawn, and one person attends a wedding, one listens to the rock music and another speaks to other friends at the party and hears the bells ring. That is free will, a personal decision within the larger, shared framework.

We can also examine these dream experiences and let them lead us to know and understand that our true relationship is soul to soul, and that we are in some mysterious way connected to all other sentient beings.

Dream meetings – whether shared dreams, or visits to or from someone we know in other realms or somewhere on earth – can lead us to this simple truth of connectedness. In these dream meetings we are connected in Mind, soul to soul, for the physical bodies have been left behind. Sometimes in these dream meetings we will either meet or help or be helped by people we have never physically met, and will never physically meet. In my view, we could not even find each other for these unembodied meetings, unless we were already existing in a mysterious Oneness on the soul level.

Peace to all who read these lines.

Laurie Conrad is the Author of two books: “Realms of Light: Clairvoyant Experiences of Life After Death” and “The Spiritual Life of Animals and Plants”, both collections of true stories. “Visits With Angels”, another volume of true stories, is scheduled for publication in 2010. She is currently working on a new book, “We Meet in Dreams/ The True Nature of Dreams”, also scheduled for publication in 2010. Website: http://www.figarobooks.com

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