Thursday, June 01, 2006

Messages in stone

Something I do every now and then is 'read rocks'. Just like reading cards or reading palms, only each rock that is chosen has a message which is written by the oracle of Nature. See example here. Sometimes aspects of the answers may seem very clear, sometimes they may come across as 'cryptic', but they sink in gradually and make sense in ways that are not always logical. They offer guidance.
Today's reading
(from a rock in my new batch collected over the weekend at Balandra):
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You are being called in a particular direction. Don't look with your two eyes. See with your one Eye and you will be able to rise above and beyond the surface of that which you are currently trying to understand or put into logical terms. Be aware of a particular structure/building along a straight, wide road - near to water (small or large - e.g. river, fountain, pond, noticeable birdbath, large drain/canal, ocean, etc.). This place will stand out for you on account of its entrance ... something about the steps and/or the kind of pathway that leads up to it will be very striking. Energy-wise, it is a healing place. How can something so 'heavy' be so 'light'? (How did Jesus walk on water?) You will be drawn inwards - something is in there for you. Go in. Words in association: grounding, imagination, native, visionary, Mary, water.
P.S. I have not forgotten about the mint messages. I will attempt to get the story within the next week or so and will post it when I do.


Blogger Kaivalya said...

My reading:
You are being called in a particular direction. Don't look with you two eyes, but see with your whole being and you will realise that you're very hot and sweaty.

Become aware of variations in temperature, finding yourself drawn to one that is cool, comfortable, that will allow you to sit quietly without breaking into a sweat. Your spirit will draw you to a healing place, a place of icy can someplace be so cool? so inviting? do devoid of heat and heaviness?

You are drawn inwards. Inside this place is something you've been longing for, something that can't be held in your hand or placed in a box. Something that will make your whole being feel refreshed.

The coolness invites. Go in.

It's an igloo!

7:51 AM  
Blogger Elspeth said...

Your reading makes me think of a fridge. But yes, at first glance the stone looks like an igloo, which is what drew me to it - and yes, it's very hot here right now and an igloo would be welcome ... or at least some rain.

7:57 AM  
Anonymous Guanaguanare said...

That's not an igloo. It's an Amerindian bohio...and you would find a cool and shady retreat inside its walls. All Trinidadians would be better off if they lived in bohios.

Elspeth, you will continue to be given messages because you are willing to be told. Everywhere you go, you question the land and sky. You say, like the song demands,

Hablenme montes y valles
Gritenme piedras del campo

Talk to me mountains and valleys,
scream to me stones in the fields..


12:17 PM  
Blogger Elspeth said...

I love those lyrics, Guanaguanare. Actualy the could-be-an-igloo-or-bohio image on the stone also reminds me of an old mud oven.

12:31 PM  

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