Upon moving into our home in Colorado, the first thing I asked of the family was to commit space on the property to nature which I labelled the “sacred space” It was to be owned and run by nature with no interruptions from us. It remained innocently committed to the elementals for many years.
While taking a class, teamed with 2 wonderful ladies, it was decided to have our guides or guardian angels answer one of the questions posed to us. I don’t remember the question. I do remember the answer.
I chose to go and sit in the “sacred space” to meditate and see if I could hear the answer from Guides or Angels. I sat for at least 20 minutes, experiencing a quiet mind, feeling the breeze at my back. At 30 minutes I gave up and decided to try again later.
Then I heard this voice say, “right beside you”. I looked and saw nothing but pine needles and dead branches. I put my hand down as support to get up and I felt a pinch coming from the branch my hand touched. I picked up the branch to see what pinched me. As I looked at the branch, there, formed by off shoots of branches from main branch were my initials. All 3 initials.
I realized that I was the answer to the question. I began to cry and I cried for several minutes. Magic had just occurred. Now I realize it was the elementals reflecting the answer back to me.
My husband and I have talked extensively about elementals. My husband realized he had experienced elementals. He related to me how he experiences them. I was fascinated. I realized then just how much time and energy we spend in nature. We hike together at least 4 times a week in nature. I thought of all the times I’ve hugged a tree and felt the energy emanating from the tree. Of course, I made sure no one was on the trail was watching when I did it.
I then remembered all the times I have admired the flowering of grass that hasn’t been cut. I thought of the plants at the end of summer season I couldn’t bear to watch die, brought them in the house and they made it through the winter. I just think about all the birds, plants, trees, and insects that I watch outside of my office window and I tear up. I’m that thankful.