I’ve been using Genesa Crystals in my gardens and in my home for many years. I use them for the work they do with energy. They take energy in, condition it, and then send it back out again. I’ve made … Continue reading
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As I mentioned in a previous entry, there have been many changes to the gardens in the last year. The garden that is in the side yard next to the house has an all new bed configuration. This is how … Continue reading
I don’t know what it’s like for Machaelle Wright or the folks at Findhorn, but for me, I have not ever been able to completely silence the nagging little thoughts that say, “what if the information you think you’re getting is just a bunch of BS invented by your own mind?” Some people are able to use inner vision or inner hearing to get information, but it doesn’t work that way for me. I am only able to use a sense of inner knowing. It comes as fully formed thoughts and feelings. Sometimes it comes as cravings. And example was an experience in which a friend asked for help communicating with her garden to see if there was anything it needed that it wasn’t getting. While communicating with one of her crops, I experienced a craving for milk. I told her that her plants needed something white like milk, and that it was probably one or more of the components of milk, like phosphorous.
But these are such amorphous ways of getting information that it’s very easy to question whether or not they are real. When we are learning how to recognize what’s real and what isn’t, when communicating with nature intelligences or other non-physical life, we can gain confidence by just trying it out, and seeing what works. If you get information that you can act on, go ahead and act on it, and see if it produces good results. If it does, you have a success upon which you can build.
When I find myself questioning my own abilities to get information, I remind myself of the things that have worked for me in the past. Here’s a couple that continue to help me keep my confidence up… Continue reading