As Sweet As Honey

How I love this country.

I was born here, but I grew up mostly in England and the States.

Still, this country has something which makes a native understand homesickness.It gets into your soul.

My desk at work is angled towards the east, and the rising sun is magnificent in reds, purples and lastly, pure gold as it crests the ridge behind the motorway.The traffic looks so small and fast; mortal insects buzzing before the slow,majestic immensity of an African dawn.

I’m so lucky to be allowed to get paid for doing something which I’m good at and which brings me a good deal of pleasure. I know that programming is not everyone’s idea of fun – but it’s part of my kind of creativity.

Last night I dreamed that the Pied Crow kissed me, and I was given two very long feathers – one black, one brown and white and black.

This morning, I stopped in the middle of recoding a program to bring down purchasing and wagering results from our players – and became aware of the most golden, most sweet energy flowing through me from the soles of my feet to my heart chakra.

Now my heart chakra is the energy centre I’ve had to work the hardest on, as it was closed down for years. So I appreciated this warm flow of good energy in the midst of my working morning. It was just as sweet as golden honey.

This is one of the plus points of following a Pagan path – I get to feel the luscious energy of the world three stories up in a concrete office block.Through steel and through stone, my Lady reminds me of Her omnipresence, and, even for a little while, I have a share in Her eternity.

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17 responses to “As Sweet As Honey

  1. Grace. It’s simply wonderful, isn’t it? Interesting to see that you’re blogging about “sense of place,” as well. Seems to be the theme in Pagan Blogistan this month. Bright blessings.

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  2. The open heart is apparent in so many of your posts, this one included. So grateful you did the work of opening…a great example of how when we open our hearts, it ripples out and blesses all. thank you!

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  3. You seem to have a native spirit, like the natives in my country that I can relate to well. And I could so not work like you do in a cement building. No amount of money could get me to do that because to me money is just an energy that flows around. And I don’t need much of it the way I live. I used to live the ‘good life’, I got over it because doing so is a pain in the butt.All I have is all I need, and it’s all paid for, even my property.After I get more organized here I’m getting back to my inventing on alternate energy projects. Hugs.

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  4. “I think we knew what we were doing when we made it all.”No, hon, we didn’t know, or we would have made it different and better without all the pain. We couldn’t have known back then when we are in fact an evolution also.Hugs, love, peace and light.

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  5. Let me expand on that.Hon, if we were smart back then we wouldn’t have created this mess. Lets not give ourselves credit for being so smart so long ago, we’re still not all that smart, give us another 500 years and we might be. If we last that much longer as humans because lets face it, being humans with thumbs allowing us to do so much are pretty cool. We can create beyond what our basic powers can, now if we were just smart enough to do it properly. Why is it that everyone keeps saying that God creates everything when in fact it is Goddess that creates everything?And being as we are not omnipotent we can’t keep these monkeys in line. But being omnipresent means that we have to keep putting up with them. I share with you the following quote. Whenever your kids are out of control, you can take comfort from the thought that even God’s omnipotence did not extend to His kids. (This backs up my contention that God is not omnipotent, and neither is Goddess).Hugs

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  6. We are not that smart yet, we are stilling learning about ourselves. The scientists parts of us will be figuring us out better as we go along. I just never shut up do I? LOL

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  7. “It’s all illusion, he said.”No, it is our touchy feely physical world. And it is beautiful, if only there wasn’t so many confused monkeys messing things up it would be even more beautiful.Well, I’m going camping next week so I will at least have a little peace and time with ‘one’.

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  8. You don’t have to shut up, BBC-keep talking and just maybe someone will start listening.Certainly, we’re omnipresent, but I think we may very well be omnipotent and omniscient as well.This thing I don’t have words for, but which some like to call the Spirit of Life is Us-you me, my dogs, my annoying neighbours, George W Bush and that rock over there.It’s all us, and has always been so.All making and shaping and creating together-including the nasty surprises.Well, I can’t prove it of course, so I’d not like to get into a theurgy competition with you (or anyone else) -it’s just my take on it all, so far, and it well may change as we start to remember some more.Enjoy your camping trip- give an offering to the spirits of the place, who are Us as well of course but who seem to appreciate being acknowledged.Love,Terri

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  9. Omnipotent, no, if we where we would fix this mess in a heartbeat. Well, we are in a way, but not in a way that we can fix this planet. Omniscient, yes, but it’s hard for our feeble human minds to sort out considering all we are taught as we grow up. I will post more about this on my blog in the morning. Hugs.

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  10. You said on my blog…”It seems to all be part of Our original game plan, as far as I can make out-to have forgotten, and to start to remember around now…”We didn’t have an original game plan, other than to survive and procreate at a cosmic level. That was all the awareness we had in the beginning.Remember…. Evolution. It doesn’t require an original plan. It doesn’t require a biblical God that they think started all this with some plan.We evolved from two original nano particles and went on to create all this. Don’t ask where the first two came from, because there was only one in the beginning. And in another million years we still won’t know how it formed, and it doesn’t matter so why bother to try to figure it out.

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  11. You said on my blog…”It seems to all be part of Our original game plan, as far as I can make out-to have forgotten, and to start to remember around now…”We didn’t have an original game plan, other than to survive and procreate at a cosmic level. That was all the awareness we had in the beginning.Remember…. Evolution. It doesn’t require an original plan. It doesn’t require a biblical God that they think started all this with some plan.We evolved from two original nano particles and went on to create all this. Don’t ask where the first two came from, because there was only one in the beginning. And in another million years we still won’t know how it formed, and it doesn’t matter so why bother to try to figure it out.

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  12. My point is that we created a miracle and we wasn’t even aware of that fact for billions of years. We never started getting a higher awareness until we created life on this planet and started becoming aware of it. Before that we where just cosmic energies that produced all, and still produce all that is forming out there.

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