2014 Wrap- Up Blog Challenge ~ Present Your Gifts, We are good to go!

Fellow bloggers joining in Linda´s Wrap-Up ~ Present Your Gifts Blog Challenge reflecting on the year 2014. It has been very enriching to read about personal experiences of people on a similar kind of path, where The Inner blossoms and sets the pace.

(Click the links of the list to read the posting of each participant.)

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Can I get a woohoo? Repeat after me, WOOHOO!

Thank you to both Ka and Michael for blessing us with your blogging magic.

Of course, if you still want to join in, I could extend it into January…

Challenge Schedule

Sue 12/8

Tamrah Jo 12/15

Leigh 12/16

Amanda 12/17

Barbara 12/20

Julianne 12/21

Tania 12/22

Sindy 12/23

Michael 12/24

Linda 12/25

Ka 12/26

Pearlgirl 12/27

Jamie 12/28

Glorialana 12/29

Susan 12/30

Shelley 12/31

 Please join us in this end of year wrap up. Last year’s blogging challenge was wonderful. What can we can orchestrate for 2014? Re-blogs and other advertising is appreciated as time is short and there are so many days that are waiting for the right blogger to claim them! We can do this together and make such a difference with our stories.

Please read the details below…

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Monthly Symbol: Flower of Life and Merkaba for January 2015

The Flower of Life is a powerful symbol of creating new. It symbolizes new life even referring to the DNA-strand.

“The Flower of Life is the name that gives to a geometrical figure composed of multiple evenly-spaced, overlapping circles. This figure forms a flower-like pattern with the symmetrical structure of a hexagon.

Drunvalo Melchizedek has called these figures symbols of sacred geometry, asserting that they represent ancient spiritual beliefs, and that they depict fundamental aspects of space and time. Melchizedek claims that Metatron’s Cube may be derived from the Flower of Life pattern, and that the Platonic solids within it were “thought to act as a template from which all life springs”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flower_of_Life


Merkaba: “History has talked about the Mer-Ka-Ba mostly as the vehicle that allows a person to ascend or descend into the higher or lower worlds. But actually the Mer-Ka-Ba is much more than just a vehicle of ascension. It can be, really, anything — since it is the primal pattern that created all things and all universes, both visible and invisible (see The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, volumes I & II).

In Ancient Egypt, this primal pattern was called the Mer-Ka-Ba. It was merkabaactually three words, not one. Mer meant a kind of light that rotated within itself. Ka meant spirit, in this case referring to the human spirit. And Ba meant the human body — though it also could mean the concept of Reality that spirit holds. And so the entire word in ancient Egypt referred to a rotating light that would take the spirit and the body from one world into another.”  You can read more here: http://www.spiritofmaat.com/archive/sep2/merkaba.htm

Wishing everyone the best of energies for the New Year!




Flower of Life images: Wikimedia Commons.  The brown colored one is a picture of one of Leonardo da Vinci‘s (link corrected) drawings.

Merkaba Cube: photobucket.com

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays!


And the human beings
sprinkled love dust
on each others,
and on all the kingdoms
on Earth,
and they lived
happily ever after.


Sending you all cosmic hugs
with gratitude,


“The song ‘Walking In The Air’ from the animated short ‘The Snowman’ by Raymond Briggs. It was written by Howard Blake and in this recording sung by Peter Auty.”


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Poem: Chickadee, chickadee


Hello again
chickadee, chickadee,
my city bird 
jumping for joy
on the windowsill
of my kitchen.
Did you come for
a coffee?
Wanna come in?

And another day
I come from the
and you are flying
inside there.
I did invite you in,
didn´t I,
or is it 
my veggie
you prefer?

“City girl,
city girl,
open the window,
open the window
and even from
the stony yard
joy flows in.”

– Deelia © 



Chickadee Meanings (link corrected) by Avia at whats-your-sign.com


Image: Wikimedia Commons

* What’s the Difference Between Strength and Courage?

Find Your Middle Ground

Courage comes from the French word “coeur” meaning heart. Being courageous means facing our fears and coming from our heart rather than our head. Its a place where we face our vulnerabilities and overcome them through compassion and love. As a child in Scotland I was told I had to be strong.

Scottish-LuckenboothThis isn’t just a family legacy, but a whole cultural one! We Scots are independent and strong. But we also have big hearts, often hidden behind the strong exterior. The Scottish Luckenbooth symbolizes our heart and our national pride…. But I’m getting sidetracked here!

Here is an inspirational poem about the difference between Strength and Courage to help you choose for yourself. If anyone knows the author, please let me know. Val x

The Difference Between Strength and Courage 

It takes strength to be firm,
It takes courage to be gentle.

It takes strength to stand guard,

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Poem: A Healing Gift


I remember the first time
I experienced this,
when feeling really blue,
and then, quite unexpectedly,
your soul´s  loving embrace
surrounded me
supporting, soothing,
offering me an
amorous hue.

And I had thought
that I could sense
such only when being
in a good mood.

The child within
needed not to be
strong for her inner
parents anymore,
nor to do it
all on her own.
The misunderstandings
passed on over
the generations
began to disappear
as Love traveled
to the past,
and to the future
as fast
and unlimited
as is the Light.

– Deelia ©


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