For those of you inclined to prayer, any and all energies that can be spared for my Mother would be appreciated. She went for a mammogram yesterday, was called today and was told she needs to go back for more tests and to see a specialist. They have not said if it is cancer of not. I am concerned because she has had pre-cancerous/cancerous cells removed twice already. She is already ill with Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and Spinal Stinosis, among a handful of others. She’s 59 years old. I’m trying really hard not to freak out about this. Instead I will pray.
This week a friend asked me if there was anything I wanted to ask over her morning coffee with Odin. There are points in my life where I ask others, because even as someone who has developed the set of skills needed to listen to the Gods I still have moments of discernment voids. The answer to my question was Focus on yourself.
This is the message I’ve been getting for 6 months now, and it comes back to me each time a little less patient. This isn’t the answer I want, and until recently I fought it a little more than I probably should have. I’m a mother. I’m a teacher. I’m a wife. I’m a woman, which more often than not means society places the role of caretaker upon me. And most days I’m entirely content to be one.
Focusing on myself isn’t something I have a lot…
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So a little while back I wrote a post about the darker aspects of Poseidon; You can find that here. I mentioned a dream where I saw Poseidon as a black shape. The image below is very close to what I saw. In my dream every thing was dark though, dark background with a inky shape instead of the white and grey below.
I’ve been haunted by bee’s and hives and honey and I wasn’t sure if it was Apollon or if it was Someone else. I came across this. The green dragon is Himself(it’s a long story from my childhood), the bee is, well a bee, right beside Him. So bees and Hermes. That totally makes it easier Love. *eyeroll*
If anyone knows the artist please comment so I can give proper credit.
As I watch the first scene in The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, I felt Hermes press right up close behind me, His firm chest against my back. He breathed the word into my ear, causing a shiver, “Watch.”
This is a new incarnation of an old theme for U/us. As a younger person I was madly in love with the image of Kevin Costner as Robin of Lochley in Robin Hood: Prince of Theives. That was one of my first memorable brushes with Himself when He appeared as Cernunnos.