Big S Fork River Rocks

Leatherwood Ford

Come for a walk with me on a rainy day out over the Big South Fork River ….on the ford where horses and wagons crossed, when the water was not too high.  Feel the energies of this long ago time whisper memories to you of a life lived in close relationship to Nature’s Elements.

We stroll on down beside this sweet green river in the woods…visit with the Hemlock Tree magic…then move on to confer further with a city of ancient limestone rocks.

Echo Rock

Look at the face of this old one…the crack running down the left side of his face has been found by the Park service to suddenly be rapidly expanding….perhaps some of you have felt this process in your own head.  In this time of rapid expansion, Echo Rock echoes our transformation, as we do his.

Place one hand on your heart, and one over the area of the respiratory diaphragm…Take a breath…feel the sweet wisdom of this beautiful Rock Spirit flowing into your own heart….bringing with it the awakening of your own ancient wisdom from both the Earth and the Stars…this part of  You waits for your recognition and acknowledgment:  what heartfelt offering will you make back?

In Lak’ech*   –   Denine

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

– The Leatherwood Ford and these rocks, are located along the trail to Angel Falls in N. Tennessee in the “Big South Fork National Park”.  The Park encompasses 125,000 acres of the Cumberland Plateau and extends far into the State of Kentucky from the point of these photos.  It also offers excellent camping and famous white water.

Want a few suggestions for a heartfelt offering?  –Make an apachete (click on the button explaining above at–Take a trash bag with you on a walk along your road or favorite spot and pick up some trash.–Make a donation to an environmental cause that makes you feel good–RECYCLE.–Cut down on plastic bottle consumption when you shop.–“Be the change you wish to see.”

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