Preparing for Anything Hummingbirds and Spring
As a strongly gifted intuitive person, practiced in seeing the subtle nature of life, it’s easy for me to step back from the picture and let the connectivity of thoughts and events take place. I’ve seen this in sessions, with symbols and signs appearing between scheduling and the actual session, with strong, powerful examples appearing that help explain and support the shift that my client seeks. I see it in my writing as well, with one simple observation tying somehow to another in a way that soon inspires a message. In a sense the moments of my day and early morning insights are my spring. Consciousness will always give us a way of preparing for anything the future holds, whether it is a hummingbird moment, the sessions with my clients for realization and release, or whatever else the day may hold.
Preparing for Anything
Already I see the trend toward buying new hummingbird feeders, and I’ll admit that I’ve even been caught in that stream of thought. I love the fact that the bird shop is only a few doors down from Trader Joe’s, assuring that everyone in my circle gets good food. But it is still winter, and though the hummingbirds stay in my area year round in many places the hummingbirds are yet to return. Why such a strong desire now?
In nature there are few things that are not preceded in some way by some unseen activity. A flowering bulb begins in the earlier fall by setting roots so that in the springtime growth can come quickly and secure. What more could we ask for ourselves than to have support when we are ready for a change?
Our anticipation is a gift, one we exercise in one instance but somehow forget when it comes down to something for ourselves. How often do we prepare for the little things in life: happiness, a well-deserved rest, a visit with a dear friend. Looking back we can see the outcome of our investment, find those happy memories. Where else in our live can we turn this same ability to help feed the fire of success?
Spring is just around the corner, and even though it may be months away the time will pass quickly. How prepared are we for our next step, our desired changes, and the future of our world?
Setting the tone of support
I know its a very simplistic way of giving, but every time I replenish those hummingbird feeders I am practicing my abilities to anticipate need and respond. What cannot be measured is how much this “wave of thought” influences the bigger world, the network of events and the consciousness that surrounds us? We’ve seen how the power of prayer works, and may speak of it but how much do we believe in our power to influence?
Spring Is Here Ready or Not
The ground may still be frozen and the flowers yet to break ground, but in a sense spring is already here. We choose how to apply our energy, time, and resources. Ask those who have lived in the spirit of success and they will agree that there are many other unseen resources that lead to success. In times of economic breakdown we can see it as a dying away, or we can see it as an opportunity to break new ground and build something new. During lulls like the winter we have the opportunity to turn inward, intuitively or insightfully, to plan, design, and review. Spring is here, ready or not, in nature and in business. Now is the time to invest our energies into a strong root, a solid foundation, so that we are ready for the next step, the leap we long for in our lives.
My greatest love is assisting others shift into the comfort of acceptance and appreciation. This relational, open-hearted energy carries into my many interests: photography, symbiotic gardening, long walks, and enjoying nature. Ready for a shift in your own world? Sessions available by appt.