“Your soul is always going to whisper your truth back to you. Your soul wants what is best for you, and if you try to silence its voice, eventually the whisper will become a roar.” ~ Lacey Johnson
Merry Christmas! Seasons Greetings! Happy Kwaanza! Happy Solstice! Happy Yule! Whichever way you celebrate the holidays, may it blessed and full of love. The messages for this week is Spirit’s gift given to you during this holiday season.
*I added a new feature as well. Dream interpretations will be available from time to time to help you with intuitive guidance. I hope you enjoy them.*
Your life is always perfect; you are always at the right place at the right time.
Your guides and angels surround you at this very moment—-stop and feel their presence.They offer unconditional love and support and ask you to remember that you are an eternal flame, constantly radiating love even though you may not be aware of it. Stop the internal conflict created by your thoughts and make love your focus.
What you perceive to be a setback or failure is the Universe’s way of guiding your life to bigger and better things. Let go of perceived past failures. A miracle will manifest when you truly love and accept that there is always a higher purpose to everything that happens or doesn’t happen.
Focus on the light inside your heart, for love will transform your light.
Past, present and future exist in perfect and divine order. Much happiness awaits you! All you need do at present is focus on love.
This message is brought to you courtesy of Universal Wisdom Oracle
The cockatoos are among those animals that are getting extinct. This bird when seen has the physical appearance but only larger than the parrots. They are characterized by black plumage with streak of white, red and yellow on their body. They locate their nests lined with eucalyptus leaves in tree hollows. The destruction of trees in forests caused problem in the balance of the habitat for the cockatoos since they thrive in the trees. With that, population of cockatoos became hard to keep up.
Ancient people says that once the beautiful sound of the cockatoos are heard, it suggests that rain will come.
In animal symbolism, the black cockatoo is the most common. It personifies the power of spirit. The black cockatoo represents spirit and soul strengthening. This may also indicate for you to celebrate the spirits or gods you believe in. Since the black cockatoo indicates spirit, this suggests for the presence of strong energy that represents enthusiasm, alertness and happiness. This energy drives you to fulfil your desires resulting to have the sense of fulfilment.
It is also believed that black cockatoos are believed to bring significant changes in your life. As believed in mythologies, black cockatoos’ cries indicate rain that is being needed by communities at that time. Making the representation that once visited by cockatoos, you may expect for something significant to happen. There are changes that will come into your life that could probably bring you at the hype of your emotions. Black cockatoos are indicative of heralded great joy since these birds are considered to the largest black birds in Australia. As big and great as it is compared to other bird, this creature tells you something about changes in your life which is greatly affecting your emotions and your goals in life.
Since the cockatoos are suggestive of presence of spirits and associated with magical rains, it could be entertained in your thoughts that there can be experienced problem related to your spirituality. The coming of the cockatoo into your though means that you need to refresh yourself once again. Your spiritual life needs to be revitalized and never leave it to experience drought but maintain richness in your religious side.
With its exuding energy, this suggests liberation from your emotional and spiritual concerns. This gives you the drive to express yourself emotionally – whether experiencing grief, anger, disappointment or happiness. The spirit of the black cockatoo teaches you to show how you feel in order to attain your desires and feel contentment. Being expressive of your emotion should not be judged negatively but be considered as freed negativities. Travels are also read in the symbolism of black cockatoo either a short distance or long distance.
Moreover, the black cockatoo is also associated with creative ability expressed through painting, drawing, singing, writing and the likes. Adapt the gift of the cobra and feel yourself nourishing your creativity which is also an expression of oneself and nourishing your spirituality.
The cockatoo shows up as a spirit guide when…
Felt spiritual freedom.
Overwhelming energy to liberate emotions.
Expressively care for others.
Inner self-freed and surfaces.
Summons extraordinary creativity.
Call on Cockatoo as a spirit guide when…
Having problems in finding happiness or joy.
Fear in taking responsibility with family and self.
Finding difficulty to express emotions.
Communication skills need to be developed.
Emotional and spiritual contentment is yet to be achieved.
Spirit of the COCKATOO: Spirit. Rain Magic. Travel. Joy. Crying with Joy. Emotional Freedom. Spiritual Freedom. Finding Spiritual Truths. Your Inner Fire. Creativity. The Muse. Inner Beauty. Inner and Outer Wealth. Preserving What You Care For. Drumming.
Cockatoo’s Wisdom Includes:
* Understands the power of sunrise
* Ability to survive harsh conditions
* Communication skills
The cockatoo is a member of the parrot family. Its most noticeable feature is its magnificent crest, which crowns the top of its head. This crest is used to send signals to other birds in the flock. More than a colorful ornament it represents communication. When raised and used with other parts of the body it can indicate several things from defending it’s territory or its flock, calling for its mate, showing fear or indicating that something is bothering it. True communication is a complex art. The cockatoo knows of this complexity and teaches us how to understand and correctly interpret messages that come our way.
Beautiful in color and appearance the cockatoo holds the teachings of self-esteem and confidence. The rose and grey colored galah teaches us spontaneity and fearlessness. The black cockatoo helps us understand the mysteries of the occult and the white cockatoo helps us ignite the purity of our spirit.
Cockatoos have a bald spot on the top of their head that is covered by its colorful crests. This spot is often referred to as a spiritual portal into the heavens. Unique to the cockatoo this portal gives them a direct link into the world of spirit. Those with this medicine are spiritually conscious at an early age. They make excellent priests, teachers, and spiritual leaders.
These birds are intelligent, affectionate and acrobatic. Adults take care of one another and mate for life. Cockatoos are social birds and enjoy companionship with others of their flock. When danger appears they will either fly off or become very still hoping to remain unnoticed. They are always conscious of their surroundings and are masters in the art of survival. As pets they are inquisitive and affectionate as well as unpredictable. Known as great escape artists they will use their powerful beaks to open locks on cages.
Coming into contact with one of these birds in the wild or as a pet can be an unforgettable experience. They are extremely ingenious. Watching them perform is like watching a magician pull things out of a hat, you never know what the cockatoo will do next or what hidden skill it will use to complete its task. The cockatoo is a great teacher. The secret of their teachings lie in the awareness of the student. Perseverance, dedication and a willingness to learn is all that is required.
White Cockatoo – Illumination
Cockatoo can be seen as a messenger of light at the end of the tunnel for anyone who is lost in their own personal darkness.
Cockatoo – A symbol of inquisitiveness, communication skills and unpredictability. When a cockatoo appears in a dream or meditation, it is indicating a need to work on your communication skills. As a totem or power animal, the cockatoo is there to teach you how to communicate in unpredictable ways.
Wednesday’s Dream Den~Holiday
This may mean you are feeling relaxed, or changing your feeling state. It may also show you feeling independent; satisfying your own needs; reaching a period of your life in which one can rest on ones laurels.
An attitude that allows you to explore or express in ways you usually refrain from, or a way it discovers new things. Some holiday dreams end up being nightmares because of relationship difficulties through spending time together. Other ‘dark’things occur in holiday dreams because we are relaxed and have time to think and so what had been held back through being busy can emerge.
A religious holiday can mean you are feeling a connection either with your religious beliefs of with the seasons of the year that such holidays represent. For instance, Christmas represent the birth of the sun as the days start to lengthen after the sun apparently dying. Because we have a real connection with such festivals we may dream of them – we are all a part of the great cosmic cycles and were represented by many faiths before Christianity became dominant. To quote just two of them:
Mithra was born in a cave, and on the 25th December. He was born of a Virgin. He traveled far and wide as a teacher and illuminator of men. His great festivals were the winter solstice and the Spring equinox (Christmas and Easter). He had twelve companions or disciples (the twelve months). He was buried in a tomb, from which however he rose again; and his resurrection was celebrated yearly with great rejoicings. He was called Savior and Mediator, and sometimes figured as a Lamb; and sacramental feasts in remembrance of him were held by his followers.
Osiris was born on the 361st day of the year, say the 27th December. He too, like Mithra and Dionysus, was a great traveler. As King of Egypt, he taught men civil arts, and “tamed them by music and gentleness, not by force of arms”; he was the discoverer of corn and wine. But he was betrayed by Typhon, the power of darkness, and slain and dismembered. “This happened,”says Plutarch, “on the 17th of the month Athyr, when the sun enters into the Scorpion” (the sign of the Zodiac which indicates the oncoming of Winter). His body was placed in a box, but afterwards, on the 19th, came again to life, and, as in the cults of Mithra, Dionysus, Adonis and others, so in the cult of Osiris, an image placed in a coffin was brought out before the worshipers and saluted with glad cries of “Osiris is risen.” “His sufferings, his death and his resurrection were enacted year by year in a great mystery-play at Abydos.” Quoted from Pagan and Christain Creeds by Edward Carpenter
Useful Questions and Hints:
Was it a good holiday or did difficulties arise?
Did you use the holiday for something good?
What feeling arose during the holiday?
Just For Fun~What’s Your Beautiful Angel Name?
Friday/Weekend~ Goddess of Knowledge
Some two thousand five hundred years ago, Plato, the great ancient Greek philosopher wrote, ‘All learning is simply recollection.’
While study is important, remember also that all you truly need to know is inside you.
The Goddess of Knowledge has appeared in your reading today to encourage you to start to put all the wonderful knowledge that you already possess to good use. You do not need to do further courses and obtain further certificates or accreditation in order to be effective in the work you would like to do. Simply start doing it now. Start to apply what you already know and trust your intuition. Focus on love and light and ask the universe to guide you. When your intentions and motivations are driven by love, the universe and the Goddess of Knowledge will help you act in the best interest of all concerned.
This message comes to you courtesy of Angels, Gods & Goddesses Oracle
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