It has been some time since I have shared my sacred space here on the blog. During this last full moon I created a new space in my home for my intentions and questions. This space has moved around my home so many times, but change like this always feels good and moves the energy around, so I love it.
As you may have gathered from my blog over the past month I have had some deep emotional things that have been on my heart. And alot of synchronicity has been showing up for me. I kept having dreams about bats, so I looked them up in my Animal Speak book and learned they are associated with the Tarot card, The Hanged Man, so I pulled the card out of my Medicine Woman deck, which in that deck its titled Vision. Then the next day, on the full moon I did a 3 card spread with my Earth Magic deck and the first card I pulled was Vision Quest, essentially the same card. And its an intense card. I won't go into all it meant for me, but it was cool pulling both of those cards in unison. For months now I have been pulling the same cards over and over and over again and I'm beginning to see a real pattern in the answers, its been a really amazing experience.
I added a few other animal elements that have been speaking to me through my dreams, including peacock and turtle. I didn't have anything the represented the frog or he would be up there too. Also a few stones Ive been working with for a while including shiva lingum, lapis lazuli and a selenite that was recently gifted to me.
Creating space for time and intention to go within has been such a good experience for myself and my personal growth and emotional healing.
Oh, and and fun animal experience I had this week was getting to see a porcupine in person up close! We were out at my parents house having some dirt dumped to fix the driveway, and while James was waiting for the guy to arrive, I went down the driveway to go walk around a bit. I spotted a tree I had never really paid attention to before and was so drawn to it. I walked up closer and was just in awe of the leaves that had turned yellow and the amazing knotted roots of the tree. It is one of the most magnificent trees. I was standing there in awe of it and then I looked up and right above my head was a porcupine in the tree!!! At first it spooked me b/c I was not expecting to see that, but I quickly realized from his body language that I did not need to be afraid. He was in his own little slow world. For the most part he was just taking a nap, but at one point I did get to see him slowly move around and even get up and scratch his belly. It was the cutest thing I have ever seen. I felt like a child in magical amazement over this creature. It felt so intimate, something I knew I may never experience again in this lifetime. The only time I have ever seen a porcupine is either dead on the road (sadly) or scurrying into the bushes at night. He was so cute. So cute. Im honored I got to experience him and learn a little more about this creature. Just the night before I was excitedly showing James a few porcupine quills I had just received in the mail that I'm going to use for a project, so that was another fun synchronicity.