Monday 19 September 2011

Change is the Prelude to Growth

You can't change the world, but you can change the way you look at it.......

After watching and listening, just sit back and feel the message of this beautiful and insightful clip........ 

Friday 12 August 2011

Grain Moon ~ Sturgeon Moon

The Full Moon in August is called the Grain Moon, because this would be the month for harvesting the barley and wheat. 
The fishing tribes of North America are given credit for the naming of this Moon, since sturgeon, a large fish of the Great Lakes and other major bodies of water, were most readily caught during this month.

Picture from Photobucket

Other names for this Moon are, the Full Red Moon because, as the Moon rises it can appear reddish through any sultry haze. It was also called the Green Corn Moon, Lightning Moon, Dog Moon.

Friday 15 July 2011

Hay Moon ~ Buck Moon

The Full Moon in July is called the Hay Moon or Buck Moon as this is the time for harvesting the hay that will be used for feeding the horses and cattle throught the winter months. It is also when the new antlers of buck deer appear with their fuzzy coating of velvety fur.

July's Moon was also called the Full Thunder Moon, due to the thunderstorms that are frequent during this time.


Wednesday 22 June 2011

Summer Solstice Cloud Angel

The 21st of June was the Summer Solstice, which marks the longest day of the year and which has been celebrated for millenia. Whilst sitting in our garden and enjoying the long hours of daylight on that day, we happened to look up and noticed this beautiful cloud Angel overhead
Blessed Be.....

Wednesday 15 June 2011

Rose Moon ~ Strawberry Moon

The Full Moon in June is called the Rose Moon or Flower Moon in Ancient England, but the name Strawberry Moon was universal to every Algonquin tribe, because of the relatively short season for harvesting strawberries that comes during the month of June.

Wednesday 25 May 2011

Blue Medicine Buddha

The Buddha Akshobhya, known as the Medicine Buddha is a very important part of Tibetan Medicine.
Tibetans believe the Medicine Buddha is so powerful, that the mention of his name or seeing an image of him has profound beneficial effects.
Tibetan doctors will start their day by chanting the medicine Buddha prayer or mantra over their medicines or patients.
The Medicine Buddha is acknowledged as an Enlightened being, with unbiased compassion for all living things. He protects against injury and illness and has the power to help eradicate Dis-ease.
He also is seen to represent the healing energy within ourselves and the universe as merging together in unity.
Simply ask the Medicine Buddha to assistance you with healing whenever you need that extra energy.


Tuesday 17 May 2011

Milk Moon ~ Flower Moon

The Full Moon in May is called the Milk Moon, so called because of the abundance of milk after the livestock have given birth to their young. Also called the Full Flower Moon as plants begin to bloom in most areas of the Northern Hemisphere at this time. Other names include the Full Corn Planting Moon.

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