The Bud of Happiness

DSC09478Greetings on this Star of David!

Astrologers say that a double Grand Trine of planets merged to create a star briefly at 7 am today whose effects will be long lasting.  This event has not been formed since 1945 at the end of WWII.

Traditionally, this was the time a king, queen, genius or great spirit was born.     Monday’s rare two Grand Trines, or the mystical Merkabah, as it has been called, is said by some to be a portal of energy, for those choosing to enter, indicative of relaxed awareness, a term we use in Reiki.

It will be interesting to see what influences the star holds for each of us over the coming year.   Love is in the air in every leaf and bud of hope and I’m finding everything in life an intensely euphoric experience, since the lead up to the Summer Solstice.

From a Mayan perspective, Friday 26th July, was the Galactic New Year – HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL!    José Arguelles, now departed from this this realm, initiated the 28-day month, natural time, lunar cycle, with a 13-moon year, based on his vast Mayan calendars research.

Ian Xel Lungold first explained Dr. Calleman’s Mayan research about consciousness evolutionary leaps many years ago with a flip chart. Here’s one link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQRhodz2phg

Significant shifts are imminent within and without, I sense.   Do you feel it, too?

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I touch the Bud Of happiness—it’s in season.
And whatever grief I might have felt before
Simply dies inside me.

Sometimes I think it’s best just to take pleasure
Wherever we want and can.
Look: the twilight is alive with wild honey.

From Your Sex An adaptation of a poem by César Vallejo  by Joe Bolton

DSC09072Rosebud in magical Margravine Edenic Garden of Rest

Everything forms from its own centre outwards, from its seed.

Just as plant seeds are most nutritious when brought to life by sprouting or allowed to reach full growth.   Great oaks from little acorns grow.

The Divine Section, the Golden Mean, the Golden Number, the Magic Ratio (and other names) refer to the sacred geometrical number, form and basis upon which of all life evolves.  It is found  in fingerprints, spiders’ webs, shells, animal horns, the star core of an apple, sunflowers and bees;  in the spiral formation of galaxies and in the power of ancient symbols.

The design energy and vibration of this form is also used in original freemasonry/architecture and in the structure of pyramids.

Mathematicians such as Euclid, Father of Geometry (300 BC) and Leonardi Fibonacci (12-13th c) gave the mathematical spiral intense study and contemplation.   The Fibonacci Sequence* was named after him but also found in other ancient cultures prior.

(* Each number is the sum of the previous two numbers: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377 ad infinitum)

Earlier, “The Great Phidias” (480 – 430 BC), the phenomenal Greek sculptor, studied the Divine Spiral in his work, and it was given the name Phi or pi, the Greek letter.

Kepler (1500s) astrologer and astronomer (when that field of observation was still knowledgeably one; and not a split, opposing pair – nothing is separate);  described the Divine Ratio as “the precious jewel.”

Life is a precious jewel.

DSC09474 Ladybird on the underlying pentagram of what had been an exquisitely scented yellow rose, whose petals have recently fallen.  
bee on fibonacci sunflower

bee on fibonacci sunflower

The electron, like some shape-shifter out of folklore, can manifest as either a particle or a wave.  This chameleon-like ability is common to all subatomic particles.  It is also common to all things once thought to manifest exclusively as waves.  Light, gamma rays, radio waves, X rays – all can change from waves to particles and back again.  Today physicists believe that subatomic phenomena should not be classified solely as either waves or particles, but as a single category of somethings that are always somehow both.  These somethings are called quanta, and physicists believe they are the basic stuff from which the entire universe is made.
From The Holographic Universe, Michael Talbot

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Paradoxically, life is also more joyfully, ecstatically experienced when lived  light with laughter and simplicity.     Enjoying the small.   Feeling in awe, with child-like wonder at all we see and with which we interact.   With pleasing reverence of Nature, relaxed awareness, being in love with life.

And when our eyes meet, it will be
In the hue that happens when light finds dark,
In the secret music of worlds spinning true,
That we will move toward a sort of praise.
From A Sort of Praise Joe Bolton
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Budding Morello Cherries on one of my Father’s fruit trees

Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries (old song 1931)

People are queer, they’re always crowing, scrambling and rushing about;
Why don’t they stop someday, address themselves this way?
Why are we here? Where are we going? It’s time that we found out.
We’re not here to stay; we’re on a short holiday.
 
Life is just a bowl of cherries.
Don’t take it serious; it’s too mysterious.
You work, you save, you worry so,
But you can’t take your dough when you go, go, go.
 
So keep repeating it’s the berries,
The strongest oak must fall,
The sweet things in life, to you were just loaned
So how can you lose what you’ve never owned?
 
Life is just a bowl of cherries,
So live and laugh at it all.
 

With a big, budding bowl of sweet happiness and cosmic blessings to you!

Dawn

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