I have not spoken about the geese or lake much this summer. We, the Lakeland Beach Club finally decided to put rope across the whole beach even under the dock to the other side to see if it is true that the geese see it as a barrier and won’t cross it. It worked. All that remains is to have every one remember to reclip the rope across the sandy part when they leave. Yesterday, I noticed that the neighbors did not remember to reclip the rope. Since I just cannot run down to the beach all the time, I waited, hoping another club member would come down and see that it was down. All of a sudden there were 28 geese starting to get on the beach. Soooo, I took off ( I laugh because my timing in rushing is liken to someone walking) and started clapping my hands and yelling GO. They stood there waiting to see if I was seriously going to walk to them and then realized that I was not kidding, so they started honking and flying everywhere. They, the geese, remembered my voice so that made it easier.
Then they just moved about 2 houses down and waited for me to go back in the house. I did but I got dressed for kayaking and went back but they still waited. They know me and know my patterns but I surprised them. Instead of kayaking to the left as usual, I went to the right and went right up to them with my kayak. Again, they honked and flew and this time went down to the opposite end of the lake. They had been waiting for me to go that way and they would have tried to get back on the beach, except I had reclipped the rope so it was all in vain anyway. I got a good laugh at that.
It feels so GOOD to open the house up to the fresh air. In fact, as I was sitting here talking to you, I felt this beautiful breeze come in and go across the tops of my legs. What ecstasy that was. It is amazing what we miss but we don’t realize it’s gone until it comes back again. In my kayaking I came across 15 regular ducks which is so good to see. Now that the geese cannot monopolize our beach, we have seen more of the smaller ducks. They do not see the rope as a barrier. I don’t know why, but this year I have been able to view so many baby birds coming to the feeders. The Baltimore Orioles even stayed past July 4 and I still have a young one that comes to my feeder occasionally. This was my first year of seeing the new Orioles as they usually leave around the 4th because of all the noise. The catbirds are still eating the grape jelly so I have been refilling those feeders. There is a lot of noise at the feeders right now as the young birds are being taught where the food is and how to get it. Of Course, with the windows open, I get an earful and it sounds so joyful.
Are you happy that the challenges of July are now giving way to you living freely from your heart? Even if you understand the ways of the stars, moon, sun or planets (which I don’t) you are not exempt from their energies. Read what happened to Kari Samuels.
To add another wayshower who had July Challenges, here is Eckhart Tolle. Have patience as he attempts to give peace to his throat so he can share his wisdom with you. Even he is not infallible to the energies.
Were you able to join the Inaugural Project Revolution where people from the USA and many other countries joined their energies together in creating a global love resolution? Here is the first meeting of the minds and hearts of this fabulous initiative and another opportunity for you to join for free and share your energy with the world (and you don’t even have to fly halfway across the world to be with them). It was held yesterday and the replay is available for up to a week. Please listen to Matt Kahn as he leads this global revolution. Just in case you need it, password is 688#
Emmanuel Dagher is not a newbie to the energies but his forecast for August carries so much information that will be very helpful. Give him a listen.
Do you know someone who is touched by Parkinson’s disease? This sounds so simple but life was designed to be simple, it is us humans who complicate things unwittingly.
Love and Light