Unity in Diversity

The energy around us feels heavy and painful. Old issues cropping up right now and emotions stirred some good, some bad. But its all part of the process to build us up and make us stronger. Stand tall and stand proud of who you are and what you stand for. I had a few minutes to myself this evening so I sat in my power, to be still, to quieten my mind and to receive. My spirit family offered Yellow Bear who helps me  with my mediumship. I am always humbled and grateful when any of them come forward to help me develop. After a few messages, he made my right hand twitch and I felt myself reaching out for a pen. I saw my left wrist and there was a pattern emerging on there. Once I was out of deep meditation, I saw that I had drawn a symbol on my wrist. It looked like a tattoo.

Native American symbol channeled by Yellow Bear

Native American symbol channeled by Yellow Bear

The obvious interpretation of this is that to get a tattoo using the design but I am into tattoos at all and I am not about to get one now. I do admire beautiful tattoos and body art in general but I don’t think I want to go through the pain in the name of art. Anyway after some digging, I found a Native American symbol that looks similar. It means Unity in Diversity. There is another image I saw which has a similar meaning but of crocodiles from Africa but I felt drawn to the Native American one. Once I was aware of this, the message flowed. My guide wanted to me to channel a message about the challenging energy and current world events. The way forward for humanity is to embrace the diversity and unite to bring peace and love back to our world. Somehow the only way for peace and love to survive is to bring people from different races, religion, nationalities and culture together. Fractured we are weak, together we are powerful.

Do you remember the story about the old man and his sons? He used sticks as an analogy to remind them that unity is strength. Its a lovely story and hope you will share with your little ones – Bundle of Sticks 

Terrorists and Governments are using religion to divide and terrify us. Isn’t it typical that the less we know about something, the more we fear it? It is like walking down an alleyway and you see someone at the other end. Because all you can see is a shadow and a shape, you cannot help but feel scared. You will see the person for what they are when they step into the light.  The shadows cloud our judgement. It is easy to fear what we don’t know enough of. Increasing our understanding and information about different religions, means there will be less “us and “them”.

The way forward is to change our mindset, from the Media to the man on the street. The few that try to break us will break themselves as they will be powerless.

This is a message of patience for change, opportunity for change and to bring love , joy and acceptance into our world.

I am as always humbled by messages from my guides. Thank you for reading.

I’d love to hear from you if you have seen this symbol elsewhere and think you know what it means. Feel free to comment if you want to share any thoughts or have questions.

We will walk together, We will heal

Today is a heavy day for everyone who was directly and indirectly affected by the 7/7 bombings in London. Just like 911, regardless of whether you lost someone or were there, tears were shed and hearts were broken. It is the act of terror, the pain of innocent lives being taken in a pointless and violent manner that brings us to our knees. The fact that another human being decide to take so many lives in one cold action is unfathomable. Every single life in this planet and any others that exist, in whatever shape or form is important. The annoying neighbour, the dog that won’t stop barking to the pleasant lady at the post office – they all matter. Couples who spend thousands of money and tears to have a baby through IVF know the value of life. They spend days, months and years hoping and clinging on desperately for hope for a new life that will bring so much joy and love into their lives. Doctors and frontline medical personnel know the value of human life. They dedicate their lives to save people and they know how fragile it is. The family who have lost someone will tell how hard it is to not have that person around anymore. One moment they are saying goodbye and have a nice day and the next they waiting to be buried. Then the grave, the ashes, the memories and then the pain of letting go. You go through the motions and you try to reconcile this phase in your relationship with that person. You start to think about your own mortality and what your loved ones will feel when you are no longer there.

Terrorist do not value life. That is all we need to know. There is no other explanation that can bring any form of clarity over senseless killing in the name of a person, religion, political belief, culture or conflict.

While we look at the sadness and heart-breaking stories that is appearing on our news feeds, let us also focus more on the bravery and the astounding stories of hope that have emerged from this tragedy.

Let us now heal.  Release those who suffered and lost their lives to the light. Let them be free to heal our world. And send love to the 700 or so who have spent the last 10 years rebuilding their lives. Give them courage to get past their fears and live their life. Send comfort to those who hold on to guilt for the “should and should haves”.

And finally, send love to the men and women who worked tirelessly to rescue the victims and to bring London back up on its feet again.

I would like to leave you with the inspirational piece in the Daily Mail today. We will never forget.