Mother’s Day ’11

This exquisite mother nene goose and her 3 precious children come to us from their home by the Hanelei River, next to the tarot fields on Kauai.  Their bond creates a unique field of light.  The nene is both the Hawaii state bird and an endangered species (not unlike the sacred feminine in today’s world).

On Mother’s Day this year, let us take a few moments to honor the mother within each of us – whether you are a man or a woman; whether you have a child or not.  And let us love and honor the sacred mothers all around us – whether they be human, animal or the great Mother Earth herself.  Thank you, Mother, for life.

In Lak’ech*   –   Denine

(*Mayan greeting: In you I see another me, in me another you.)

– Big Island medicine still coming next week…..

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