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Hello world! May 29, 2009

Posted by artemia in Mt. Shasta.
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Welcome to the blog of Blue Star Woman Walking.

On a journey across the States…jotting down thoughts, pics to share with friends and family back home. Mainly personal …who knows see where it goes……………

Wasn’t sure if I was going to stay here in this lovely house in the forest. Just starting to get to know people locally. Planting gardens with Kathryn’s friends who are going to help me out when she leaves for her course tomorrow so that i can get some food in the house and connect with the town if i need to. I am looking forward to a slower pace. Will be responsible for my four legged friends one of whom told me last night to stop struggling. Yes, they talk and communicate.

I wondered what the ancestors thought about the struggle with money and resources we were putting ourselves through. It seemed the universe was providing us with all we needed yet we allowed our thoughts and fears to get the better of us. I was attempting not to get pulled into the whirlpool of energies, thoughts, demands that were being made around me.

What happened to the natural flow! flowers, streams, animals dont ask where their food, nutrition, sunlight is coming from…….. it just is. Yet here we are humans supposedly advanced, what ever that means demanding more and more of our guides, mentors, the earth to provide us with all we need to keep ourselves what? busy, motivated, happy? I sort of get where the buddhists are coming from on that one…is it just so that we can fulfill our destiny as the One..or do we go with the flow and learn about how to get along with each other again….what does that take to happen ….for all of us demanding me, me to be pushed into a position of having to learn to relate, play with each other again . Do we have to wait till we get to a position of needing another rather than learning to connect through joy, love,f riendship.¬† It seems that many of us are externalising our knowledge, our health, our wellbeing waiting for others to give us the answers rather than integrating that which¬† we have already been given previously.

It seems that those who feel that they communicate well through speech have all the answers when nature does not have a voice as we do..She still manages to get her message across in quiet ways. I would love to learn more about how indigenous people communicate and allow for all people of all types of disposition to have their say. Why do we feel we have to kick and scream to be heard. I am finding balance in this. It seems I am connected to the quiet ones, maybe my journey of opening is aligned with theirs. There is creative power in silence that cannot be wasted. I know I will find the strength and the courage for the child within to say what needs be said for those who have ears to hear.