May 4, 2003

Samuel: Greetings, dears.

Greetings, Samuel.

S: Nice group. You seem to be ready for something. What are you ready for?

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S: No, aside from that. It’s anticipation. Just this with all that’s going on in your world?

Besides anticipating being here tonight, I feel a sense of anticipation just about what’s next, what’s up. And I don’t mean that in a bad way.

S: Yes. And that’s a very healthy anticipation, a very healthy sort of wondering right now: “What’s next? What’s coming up in the world? What will I be expected to do, to be?”

Somebody share with me a personal revelation you’ve had in the last few days. Interesting way I’m saying that, don’t you think? Go with it, Donna.

I had a revelation that I was creating each new day, and that finally for the first time in many, many years I could not wait for the next day.

S: Oh, darling, that’s good to hear. Aye.

One of the reasons that individuals resist acknowledging that they create each new day is because they are afraid of their power or their use of their power to create those days. One of the greatest things that I am constantly battling—practically hand-to-hand combat, certainly heart-to-heart combat—are beings of great love and power not making use of it, not being what you really are. That does, of course, catch up with you, you know.

How about another? Suzie.

I have been having seemingly lots of lessons that have been pointing me in the path of realizing it’s all about me in my response to things, in that way.

S: Give a little more information about that.

Well, all the different situations I’ve had, opportunities to have in my life, with my family and with loss, and now with my niece being ill and not handling things probably at the best—well, according to my judgment, not handling things the way that I think she should handle them—I have lots of opportunities to realize over and over again that it’s my reaction. It’s all about me.

S: Good.

It’s all about me. It doesn’t have anything to do with any of them, or anything else in this wonderfully created imagination, you know, that we have out here, but it really just is about me and how I react. And the more neutral I stay, the better it is for everybody.

S: Would you say that it’s accurate then that you are finding that all of the situations, people, experiences that cross your path are opportunities for you to monitor, to have power over and of, your responses, your awareness? More and more opportunities to see yourself and your lessons in the midst of somebody else’s experience? That, love, is mastery. That is mastery.

When an individual begins a spiritual journey, and they say, “It’s all about me,” usually they are speaking very much as a small human child does in the first stages of life. It’s all about me. And it’s very much the same that way. Whether you be two or twenty or forty, that waking up is very much of a childlike response. It’s all about me. It’s all about me. Well, it’s all about me.

Good that you’re laughing already this night, because everything is about security. When you are unsure of a situation, you revert to your security skills—what makes you comfortable—even if what makes you comfortable is not necessarily the easiest thing to do, not necessarily the right thing to do, but it’s what makes you the most comfortable so you figure you’ll go ahead with that and clean up later. What is that phrase, “It is much easier to ask forgiveness than permission.”

However, as you move from the childlike spirituality into a life of awareness and service, you become aware of a whole different level of “it’s all about me,” and that level is “everybody out there is a part of me, and it’s all a mirror for me.” And the third level for that, the one that is no more a part of awakening but is fully activated is that place of mastery where, once again, it’s all about me, but that “all about me” is what I can do to be of service in this situation. My reactions, my responses, at their highest and best level—consciously, or if unconscious because it is such a habit made into that life that it does not require so much thinking for it to come about. That’s power. That’s good.

How about another? Matthew.

I have been getting more in touch with my creative self. I always kind of considered myself creative, but I never really did anything about it. I mean for the last couple of days I would just kind of sit down and just draw, or listen to music, or actually play music, do music. I’ve been finding [out] more about me by getting in touch with my creative self.

S: Good for you. Good for you, and as you are allowing yourself to get in touch with the creative aspects of your being, what you are doing is linking into one of the most—well, I was about to say easy, but that’s not necessarily your point of view—accesses into your spiritual power, because creativity is a point of access for your spiritual essence to work in this world. In fact, very, very often, for individuals who are—for whatever reason—choosing not to allow themselves the opportunity to function in their spiritual power, or who are—interestingly enough, these work together—are letting themselves get very—what would you call it?—I would call it out of hand and stressed out and not taking care of yourself. What do you call that? Crazy? Yes?


S: Stupid, yes, that’s a good one. Stupid human tricks. I will often give the assignment to do some creative work, to perhaps try drawing or writing poetry or looking through art or trying a craft or visiting a museum, or seeking beauty in whatever form you can find it, because beauty feeds your soul and stimulates your ability to appreciate and therefore love. Beauty is a creative act of recognition, because what Louise finds as beauty and what Matthew finds as beauty might be two different things. It’s a very individual act. Recognizing beauty is an act of love. The more you do it, the more easily it flows, as well.

And the reason that so many—I was going to say adults, but you know that’s not true; nowadays it starts very early, the training out of your natural gifts and talents—the reason that many do not explore it and develop their creative selves is because it has not been nurtured in them. And more often than not, and as I look about this room many of you, your creative advances were not encouraged or recognized, or maybe even you learned to do them in secret and not share them with others, because creativity is so risky. And it’s risky why? Because it’s a part of your soul, that’s why. Keep it up. Good work.

You are just on the threshold of a very magical day in your year. A day of great power and a day of great fun. What would that be?


S: Yes, it is. Now, what is Beltane about? You might say “bel-tayn” but that’s about as ridiculous a pronunciation as . . .


S: Oh, you’re so much quicker. That’s really good. Just stay up here, right? And why are people staying away from you? Is there something going on here that is frightening?

I don’t know.

S: Are there a couple of you lurking in the background who would like to be up front. Thank you, Matthew, but that leaves one more.

It’s really fun.

S: And I rarely spit.

You stopped biting centuries ago, you said.

S: Yes, but it ‘s hard to reach you to bite you from here. Oh, Frank. He who lurks in the background.

All right, so, Beltane. What is that about? Bonnie. One of your favorite holidays, isn’t it, dear?

Well, actually, it is.

S: Of course it is.

I got married practically on Beltane. Tomorrow’s Vernon’s and my anniversary.

It’s about creativity.

S: Yes, indeed.

It’s about creating.

S: Absolutely, very much about creative energy. Take it further.

Well, it goes all the way from creating through form on the physical planet. In the ancient times there was a lot of recognition of the fertility of the crops and the animals, bringing fertility into the couples, the human couples. And it was all about the goddess and god energies pairing together and manifesting.

S: Absolutely. The most wonderful time of the year for sacrificing your first-born. Oh, wrong religion! Sorry. Bad ghost—no, no, no.

Now you tell me that was an option.

S: Watch out, Matthew.

The ancients, she said, that’s most of you—and you laugh because every day you are feeling more and more and more ancient, aren’t you? But that was not what I meant. I meant instead that there is not time as you know it and recognize it in your world, and that which right now latched on to this moment might seem to you to be the only now that there is; there is also the now that you think of as yesterday, and the one that you thought of as five thousand years ago, and it just is a matter of where you are on the mountain as to how far you can see.

The ancient ones—well, all right, giving in to the idea of time and history—those ancient ones might have been . . . any ideas, on a when or a who or a what?

The Celts.

S: Certainly are a civilization that was very ancient and is currently continuing on in this world, that celebrated Beltane.

I think if you went back far enough, you’d have the Shining Ones that had such a relationship with light and energy that they would certainly celebrate fire festivals.

S: Absolutely. And as Lisa did say, Beltane particularly is recognized as a celebration of seeding, a celebration of putting energy to work to establish a fruitful life experience, growing season, tribe. It speaks of abundance any time you’re seeing a label of fertility, you can translate it as well as abundance.

So throughout mankind’s current history where you see a representation of god or goddess for fertility—oh, there are not too many gods of fertility, are there?—think abundance. And in your life think about those things that you want abundance for. A couple of for-instances anybody?


S: Abundance of patience. That’s very nice.


S: Laughter. Very, very nice.


S: Health. Good. Good. Yes. Nobody’s said money.


S: Very good, an abundance of humility.


S: Money, yes, yes. Very often money is associated with the rituals of Beltane. Now, that goes a very interesting direction, doesn’t it? I won’t go there. All right.

Abundance. What do you want an abundance of in your life? Laughter. Love. Right power. An abundance of humility, which is the master’s vision, the teacher’s heart; that is humility. What do you want an abundance of in your life? Because this is the time that, by tapping into the energies that are resonating over the dimensions of now and coming to their peak, right here in your now, you can bring that magic into your life.

Beltane is a time of magic. It is a time in which the representations of god and goddess were brought to the earth, made into skin, and bringing abundance to the tribe.


I’m wondering if it started out as sort of a recognition—I’m thinking anniversary—of a seeding, an actual bringing of life to the planet which was re-enacted in the manner you’ve taught year after year.

S: Well now, that is a very good relational awareness. It’s just not right. But it’s good, because you are . . .

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S: Yes, you certainly could. And you are recognizing that it is a time in which an abundance of awareness, enlightenment, a seeding of that which is new is recognized and celebrated. And, certainly, there is no greater celebration than the recognition of Source seeded into this world. Sure. It fits, it just is not where it originally came from.

However, I’m really not doing a Beltane celebration with you tonight. There’s something else I have going, and I’m getting there through god and goddess working in the skin, represented by perhaps those in the tribe who had won the lottery, or lost it maybe—it depends on where in time you are for that one. And most of the time, perhaps a high priest, a high priestess would represent the goddess.

And, very quickly, before I go too far with that, let’s make the illustration a bit more real for you right now. When you think god represented through form, goddess represented through form, what are the things you are thinking of? What comes to mind with god or goddess? Yes.

One God is what I think of, and Diana for the goddess.

S: Well, yes, yes. These are representations that have been known throughout your history.

Well, actually, you could basically get down to your modern-day version of your mother, father coming together.

S: Absolutely.

Mother’s Day follows this in our modern day society, which is a symbol, really, of mothering in the goddess.

S: And Diana, and your own mother could both represent the goddess or the idea of Source expressing itself through the feminine archetype of goddess. They could both be a part of that, because they share qualities. What sorts of qualities? Yes.

The god aspects are more like activity, a physical manifestation, and are also represented by the sun.

S: Yes.

And then the goddess is more the internal, the intuitive, the creative.

S: Done your homework, yes.

And the moon.

S: Yes. Yes. Very good. More? More with that?

I think of male as authority.

S: Yes. That works.

And female as nurturing.

S: All right. Let me quickly ask something. Is there any female in here who uses authority?

Too many.

S: He said too many. Is there any . . . Frank, very carefully look around you and consider moving closer to Matthew.

Are there any with masculine energy in here who express creatively? Sure. Yes. Does it mean that the feminine authority is wrong? No, of course not. Does it mean that the masculine creativity is wrong? Of course not. So think for a few moments about the characteristics that are often associated with god or goddess representations, and I would ask you, do you express those in your life? Yes, of course you do.

And now I would ask you, so can you see how the energy of this celebration can be recognized by the god and the goddess you are. Not the god and goddess, pointing to a male and a female, but the god and the goddess that is within you. That is the absolute key to your life at this time. Getting that, well, it just finishes your job here. And since you’re still here, right now, you can see that there is more to it than simply acknowledging I am god and goddess, but it is, indeed, recognizing and living that god and goddess.

This particular celebration is about the god and goddess that you are coming together. Now, with the fusion of masculine and feminine energy, guess what? It is already together. And in your life I would tell you that the difficulties that you might have come about when you insist on keeping them separate. This is men’s stuff. This is women’s stuff. No, this is human stuff.

With that in mind, I want to move into one of the aspects, one of the very, very famous aspects of Beltane, that really needs to be looked at in your now.

[Samuel’s microphone is slipping off.] Stuart, if this was the retreat, you would have someone up here playing a whole lot with this right now. And quickly in that sharp and agile way, he says, “Samuel is saying it’s coming off.” Thank you, dear. Can you do it while I continue talking? Will this help? Aye. Ah, bad coat, bad coat. No, no. What’s next? Not with Frank up here.

One of the most powerful acts amongst ancient people—and still—is the coming together in a ritual mating. I said “and still,” and yet for those of you who are still able to remember the good old days, perhaps you might say, “but I look forward to them.” Look forward to the good old days. You might say, “But wait a minute, it’s not a ritualized activity. It’s just plain good luck.” Or, “it’s just plain my due.”

In your society today, the coming together of male and female, and—I’m going to really get the crowds watching this on the local cable excited when I say, and it does not have to be male and female, you know. It can be male or female. It can be the male and female within you, coming together, as a ritual of mating is an expression of the god and the goddess coming together to bring into the tribe safety, protection, abundance, food, life force, the miracle magic of new life. It is still like that, and yet not in your world. What happened? Aye.

Everybody started creating the outside of themselves, and we became manufactured and packaged and get it at your drive-through window.

S: Absolutely. The next time he wants to sit up front, somebody quickly just fill up the chair.

We stopped ritualizing and therefore took away the sacred nature of the act of co-creation.

S: Absolutely. Absolutely. And, of course, when you’re in the throes of hormonal excess, who wants to take the time to ritualize? I will tell you this: One of the greatest power doorways in your world is that act of—I like your wording—co-creation. Procreation is co-creation. I like the phrase “making love,” and yet that’s considered a quaint phrase. You have all sorts of other ways of expressing it down at the corner, don’t you? Well, maybe not you precisely. I’m sure that you spend all of your time only talking about making love, and only doing it in highly ritual fashions that allow the god and goddess to have their greatest expression in your life at any given time, right? Or not. Because making love expresses the power of that activity in this world.

Because of that, more or less what I would like to talk to about tonight is how to ensure you can catch a ride on that train. The official guide to getting some. It will surprise you, I promise. Well, then again, it might not. Many of you are familiar enough with my teaching methods to know that it may not exactly be what you expect.

That’s the reason to let go of expectations.

S: Absolutely. The act of making love is an act of power, and by your recognizing it as an act of power, it changes your awareness throughout the process. By allowing yourself to choose an act of power rather than an act of hormonal abundance, you are moving an instinctual security method into an act of communion with Source. That alone is powerful. Simple awareness might be all you ever can give it to begin with. Before your hormones take over altogether, the simple awareness that this is an act of communion with Source gets things started in a different function.

But as a whole, one of the most important things that you need to remember about making love is that it’s all done here and here. The head and the heart have much more to do with it than the lower body parts, like feet and toes.

The second thing that makes quite a difference, after the recognition or awareness, is the acceptance of your particular role in the process. Several years ago, when I would give talks, teachings, about spiritual lovemaking, one of the things I would say is that at any given time, you were functioning as the god or the goddess by giving or receiving within the process of making love. But with the fusion of masculine and feminine energy, there is a change. And that change is you are, at any given time, the god and the goddess. And all that you do is a reflection of that oneness. Your awareness that you are a living, breathing god-dess, tunes your spirit into the process and brings about change.

The whole process of making love all leads towards the same conclusion, so to speak, physically speaking, as having sex. Right? It’s not a trick question. Physically speaking it is the same thing. The difference in the spiritual version though—well, there’s so many differences, but ultimately—the communion with Source creates a different energy between the two who are taking part. That energy exchange is what you seek for the spiritual power. For simply a physical coupling, it is also the exchange, but that has to do with the actual physical release that is involved. The physical release in a spiritual coupling represents the exchange of that energy. In a physical one, it tends to represent that it’s time to turn on the late show.

And all of it for the power that it brings into your life is not possible, for the joy and the love and the openness into a greater experience of beauty in this world, it’s not possible until you have made some changes within your own self that allow you to be worthy of being that god-goddess that can move into a relationship with that attitude.

And what sort of attitudes might they be? What sort of changes might be required to bring that about? Well, for many of you, the most important change is getting over the idea of having to have somebody else in your life to be whole. “Excuse me, Samuel, aren’t we talking about making love here?” And yet I’ve just said the first thing that you need to do is get over the idea that you require somebody else to be whole, because, you see, being able to experience the power of sacred co-creation requires, first, that you have a relationship. But the relationship has to be with you. You and—say it, Sherlie.


S: Source. And that, my friend, is the foundation of all great loving, on all levels, of all kinds, because when you allow yourself to accept and recognize a loving connection with Source, then you have allowed yourself to accept the nature of your being at its highest and truest sense. When you can allow yourself . . . And I’m going to use the vernacular that’s very familiar in this culture, but know that although the label I use is a common one, it is ridiculously limited—you will understand as I say it. Until or when you allow yourself a relationship with God—you see, ridiculously limited, isn’t it?—then you are allowing yourself to be worthy of that. Until you allow yourself a relationship—and maybe for a few of you I should tie that down just a little tighter—a positive, wholly functional relationship with Source, you will never have a positive, wholly functional relationship with another human. That is a promise, a sad one. It is a threat, a bad one.

What are the things that you do then to allow your relationship as Source, with Source, to happen? Well, interestingly enough, it’s not at all different than the things you do to have a relationship right here. Think about that for a moment.

If you are wandering around the grocery store, and you see somebody over in produce that you would like to meet, could be a friend, could be somebody you saw having an interchange with somebody else, you want to talk to them as well. You’re just minding your own business and into your path comes somebody that tweaks your interest. For most of you, the number one action that that awareness brings about is you immediately go to the frozen foods. Not produce, not over in the right direction, but the other way.

And you do that with Source, too. You have in your life one of those incredible moments of pure love. Maybe you have several of them. Maybe you have a whole experience that you feel so safe and so alive and so connected beyond this pitiful skin, and what do most do? They run off to frozen foods. They start processing through the head. “Oh, that could not have been anything because . . . I just made that up because . . . That’s not real. That’s not acceptable. That’s not something that’s allowed in this world because . . . That’s not something I will allow in my world because . . . “ You do not think you can handle it well enough so you don’t give it a try.

Well, now, granted, going up to somebody in produce, “Hey, about those melons? Liked the carrots today, did you?” is not necessarily the same sort of patter you’d have with Source, but it’s the same idea. Give me an example. Right in line with me, aren’t you? Jennifer.

We could say, “Okay, I’m really happy that this has happened, it has brought this and such into my life. I’m really grateful for the opportunity to practice these skills. Thank you very much.” You could talk to the breeze.

S: Absolutely. It’s a brain acknowledgment of the heart’s experience. Thank you. Gratitude. Yes. It’s also real useful for those of you who are rather relationship-impaired generally. Gratitude is very helpful. Works with Source. It’s all easy from there. Another couple. There were thoughts in there. Frank, dare I risk.


S: All right.

And it’s a variation of what Jennifer said, but when I take the dogs to the park in the morning, I’m always thanking the trees for the leaves or the blooms. The honeysuckle’s blooming right now, and I’ll walk and I’ll get an awareness of giving of love and I thank it.

S: Well, we’ll go right back to that important point. Gratitude. In your day-to-day experiences in this world, your relationship, be it with your lover or one you hope eventually might be, your friend, your co-worker, your boss, your grocery clerk at the checkout counter, gratitude creates a bond. Gratitude is a step for manifestation, and manifesting a relationship—in your life, in your heart, by the power of spirit or by the power of form, either way—gratitude will help you manifest it.


Recognition, you know, you could say like, “You know those dogwoods were great last week, but I thought you’d done it perfectly, but these lily of the valley . . .” Compliments always help.

S: Recognition. Recognition of what works. That’s the trick there. Now, Jennifer also made reference to that in what she said. It was recognizing what you’re grateful for. Be grateful for that moment of bliss and love and power. Recognizing it is required for being grateful for it. And in the relationships of your life, recognizing what is good is one of the least done and most powerful things you can do, whether it is making a friend or making love. “Thank you for that last move, it was good for me. Thank you for bringing that over this way. Thank you for getting that off the shelf. You are always so good about . . . thank you for that,” changes relationships.

You want to change the people you love, Well, theoretically you don’t want to do that, but let’s say that you have in your life a child—a forty-year-old child rather than a four-year-old one—you have a child who has some behaviors that are really unpleasant. How are you going to help that evolve into something that works? Well, you’re not going to do it by constantly saying to that child, “Don’t do this any more. Don’t do this any more. That’s bad. That’s unacceptable. That’s not good.” Few things make you look less like a lover, by the way. Instead look at what works, look at what you love.

Two directions with that one: Look at what works; amplify the good. When that one you love does the action that you don’t like, but they do it right for once, thank them, acknowledge it, recognize it, make it known. And the next time they do it, make it known, and the time after that, make it known. Pretty soon, even the most dense of human skulls will get that “I get happy when I do this. I will choose to do this.”

All right, I’m hearing in this room, “What if you’re not going to be alive enough years to be able to say, ‘Good work,’ that often?” Keep trying.

The second aspect of it is not only do you want to recognize what works, but you want to recognize what brought you to that place of love to begin with. Don’t forget what drew you originally. That’s particularly important when you are having a difficult time with somebody that you are in a very intimate relationship with. You come to an impasse, sometimes after thirty years together. All of a sudden things are very different. What is it that made the heart beat faster thirty years ago? It’s still in there. What is it that made you laugh? What did you like to do? What did you share? It’s still in there. Find it. Recognize it. Bring it out.

Relationships require work. At the retreat, I made quite a point of that. If you want a working relationship, what have you got to do?


S: Work, that’s right. If you want a working relationship, what you must do is work at it. But what you want to do as you work at it is have a vision that the two of you share, whether it is we’re going to get this project finished by November, or whether it is we are going to increase in our understanding and growth with one another for the rest of lives. A common vision that you are both working toward.

To people who are choosing to see the best, to amplify what is good, to remember what works and bring that into life, these things work with Source. Source not as a long-bearded wise old man on top of heaven’s highest mountain, up in the clouds, somewhat inaccessible. And you’ve got to be careful. Is it one of those smiting days or smiling days? You never quite know.

That’s why it’s so hard to fill in these front rows.

S: There is a connection in there somewhere. I’m not exactly sure what it is.

And, that’s not right. It’s not going to work, because the Source of all things is a part of all things, and guess what, beloved one? That includes you. All things includes you.

As you allow yourself to recognize Source—god, goddess—within yourself, and you allow yourself to recognize those things that make you fall in love with you, those things that bring you a sense of wonder and joy, a touch of power, those things that make Source real, the very same things that work in a human relationship are the things that work to amplify your relationship with Source, with the Source that is, as well as the Source that you are.

There is a lot about relationships that could make a big difference in your life. Relationships, as many of you know who have heard me speak over time—ages and ages of them—know that I will tell you repeatedly, relationships are the means by which you do the growing and the learning and the empowering within your life. Relationships are the way you work through all of the challenges in your life. Everything that you resist and everything that you love is going to show up in your life’s relationships. How you get along with others, or don’t. Your personal human tricks for hiding and building walls around your heart to keep you safe. From love? Hmm. What are you defining love to be if you must build walls to keep it out? The things that you do that get no further than the outside, and never reach in and grab ahold of what not only you, but the people you love, really want. That’s all. That’s all relationships.

And allowing yourself to think, The primary relationship that is going to have an effect on all other relationships is my connection with Source, and my connection with Source, with god-goddess energy within me, is particularly amplified throughout the ages at Beltane. The fire festival, the power and energy time, dedicated to relationships, being the god-dess, embracing the god-dess is what this time is for.

And, dear ones, it’s tomorrow. It’s tonight. It’s every day of the rest of your life. And it’s every relationship you’re in. The god-goddess I am recognizes the god-goddess you are. I choose to come together with you to share the power of this moment, in love. That changes everything.

And that’s what this stuff is about.

There’s one of these for each of you, so Matthew and Frank and Jim and Sherlie, would you take them and make sure that everybody who wants one, has one.


S: These are pencils.

Magic markers.

Permanent markers.

S: They are magic? Because in this day and age, permanent is magic, isn’t it?

Yes, especially in relationships.

S: Gwendolyn, if you would, love. Would you just scatter these about? They are something that will need to be shared. Suzie, would you as well? They are something that will require sharing.

And what I would like to suggest that you do is that you put your name on this. And once you’ve put your name on it, I would like to suggest one of two things that you might do with it. This is the gift of Beltane, the power of Source merging with you, recognizing, acknowledging, living love with Source, being the god, the goddess, making love with you. That puts you as the emphasis of this fire festival. And using it as your recognition that you are the power of Beltane, that you are the god and the goddess and that making love with that aspect of yourself is one of the most important things you can do, you put your name on here and you keep it.

But there is also a second option, and for those who just can’t decide, there are a few more little lights for those who [say], “I just don’t know which to do.” The second option is recognizing that your relationship with Source is also expressed in all of your relationships in this world and that that is where you want the power of Beltane to go. And in that case, give this with your name on it to the person you wish to help you keep that promise. You would, perhaps, give it to your best friend. The relationship of living the love of Source in this world is what I am choosing to do, and I ask the bond we share to keep me in your thoughts, your prayers, your mind, your heart, as I do what I can to live love of Source in this world. And it has your name on it and you give it to them. Perhaps you give it to your lover, and there’s a whole lot of easy-to-imagine rituals that go with that. Perhaps you give it to a parent, a child, a friend. Give it to you. Give it away. As with everything in life, that is the order required for the empowerment of Source in this world through you. Give it to you. Give it out.

Your next few days are days in which both planetary energy and cosmic energy is focused on the love of god-dess, and the abundance available through that for this world. Choose to love. And choose to be worthy of that love. That is magic.

Glochanumora, dear ones. Happy trails. Happy loving.