1. Saying ‘thanks’ is a good thing. 2. The refugee crisis.

Oct 24, 2016 | Events, Services, Spiritual & Esoteric, Water & Earth | 0 comments

I’ve noticed how it’s becoming the norm for some people not to say ‘thanks’ for a gift. Saying ‘thanks’ is part of relating and love.  Relating is the essence of the Feminine. So, if I give something to someone and they say thanks, I know they’ve received my gift. Then my brain has one less thing to strain it and I can feel the flow between me and that person. It’s manipulative not to say ‘thanks’. It keeps the giver hanging on for a reply, wondering if the other person is well, or has the gift got lost in the post? It’s polite to say ‘thanks’ and being polite is a part of being kind and considering the other person.

In the Age of Aquarius, the Water Bearer in astrology, water has a container. The crisis in Europe, if you see it from an earthy place, is about millions of people having no safe container. Broken bones and bodies and relationships: people put under a strain that no-one should have to bear. If the Feminine was in life at the next level, this would not have happened. It’s not only about ideas and values, it’s about limits and the needs of each individual person and animal and all living creatures. There are no women in politics yet who stand for the soul and body, but this will come.

For the books and tools to help this next stage, read my books and the information on this web site. Come to a group or talk. I look forward to hearing from you.