Home. I'm finally home. All the wishes I made last year and early this year have finally come true in the most unexpected way. We started house hunting in the summer and closed on our house at the begin of this month. I am filled with gratitude for your support and upliftment during all these wishcastings of mine.
This experience of finding our home has stretched me in so many ways. I had to trust that there was a home out there that would meet all of my family's needs for space, security and comfort. I had to learn to hold the feeling of what I wanted in my home more than what I wanted it to look like. I had to learn to say yes to trusting that Goddess/God/All That Is truly would take my dream of a home and make it bigger and brighter than I could have imagined it. These are the thoughts that came to me as I searched my heart for an answer to Jamie's wishcasting question today.
What do I wish to say yes to?
I wish to continue to say yes to the feeling trust that brought me home.
This is my favorite season filled with celebrations just to celebrate. The last weekend in September was the fall festival in the town where I live. Local crafters and businesses sharing their goodies while local musicians provide the background music. This is the perfect place to practice shopping locally. My son got into the spirit using his own money to play game, one of which he won. He is now the proud owner of three goldfish.
We've been the proud owners of goldfish before but have been less than successful keeping them alive for more than a month or two. This time I've decided to improve my track record and learn all I can about the care and keeping. Among the many things I've learned one thing in particular stands out for me as I'm writing you today. Goldfish enjoy regular periods of being in the dark. Besides being an absences of light I'm sure you know this also can mean not knowing all the steps in a project. While homeschooling my son I feel as though I am in the dark ALOT. I know what I intend to have happen for him but I have to learn and relearn to step back and allow his spirit to guide each lesson to be what he needs.
As I move Goddess Tea House forward I'm working on being more comfortable with being in the dark as well not knowing the end result of everything before I make a move forward. In both of these instances I of course set the intention of what I want it to look like but I have to trust and allow Goddess to move through me to bring everything to light in brighter and shiner ways than I can imagine. And when I feel as though I'm in the dark I'll just put on some yarn hair for extra comfort until I can see which way to go again. It tough and scary. And it's also a big part of being a priestess.
I'm Dionne, a Natural Rhythms Creation Coach and Elemental Forces of Creation Oracle Reader. I teach people how to tune into to the power of the elements and rhythms of nature to design a life they love