Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Happy New Monarch Moon

October's New Moon
is named for the Monarch Butterfly.

There are still a few lingering in my backyard.
They will be gone soon.

This afternoon I am refining my skills.

and learning how to better communicate with the
nature spirits.

Naming the New Moon after the Monarch
was a good start.
I have been crafting.
I have been creating.
I have been having fun.

Happy New Moon!

6 comments:

Mimi said...

Happy New Monarch Moon to you as well

From Mimi and her New Monarch!

Q said...

Dear Mimi,
I am so excited for you and your Monarchs. Did one emerge???
I have never seen this in person.
I hope you are able to get some pictures. WOW!
I love your butterfly work. Thank you from the butterflies...
We are butterfly defenders!
Sherry, friend of the Monarch

Wendy said...

Happy New Monarch Moon to you Sherry. Somehow I knew this moon was going to be a Monarch one. Maybe because the last one was a caterpillar moon?

Do you read palms? I do. I find that I need to touch the person's hand - to feel their energy, as well as looking at the lines.
You learn a lot about yourself and others this way.

In my humble opinion, you don't need to learn much more to communicate with nature spirits. I think they come to you!
Love & Light

Q said...

Dear Wendy,
I do have relationships with the elementals and the spirits of the trees and the blooms and the bugs and the birds...some critters...
Still there is much to learn. I think they all know how much I love them. It is a good place to start. I was sitting outside today with the bees and one stung me! I was not doing anything either, just reading. It did not hurt too bad. I just hope it did not hurt her. I think it did. I was sad for the bee. There is a treatment for arthritis that involves bee stings. Terrible on the bees.
Years ago I read palms. Now I just hold hands.
Hugs,
Sherry

Wendy said...

Isn't that strange - you and somebody else (naturewitch, I think) getting stung by a bee. Naturewitch was helping them and you were just being.
That brings to memory of a time when I was a little girl. I saw a baby bee struggling in a spider web. I instinctively put my hand in the web to help the bee. At the same time I knew he'd sting me, but I hoped he wouldn't. He did. I was so disappointed, but sad for the bee as I knew he wouldn't survive.

Q said...

Dear Wendy,
I am so sad for Naturewitch and the bee. We mean no harm. I know right now it is cool out and the bees are seeking sweet and warmth. I think my sleeve was just to tempting of a spot. Once bee flew in I tried to help her get out but she was scared.
Thank you for telling me about when you were little. This story fills my heart with bee love!
Oh, I love spiders too.
Namaste,
Sherry