Mother Earth is stirring

11/02/2014 at 4:44 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 16 Comments
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Mother Earth is stirring,

Mother Earth is waking.

Changes are occurring

in every stone and flower.


Touch me with compassion

at this electric time,

and I will realign.


This is what you do:

hold the planet in your hands,

hold the planet in your heart,

and you will be a channel

for the Mother.


Mother Earth is stirring,

Mother Earth is waking.

Changes are occurring:

can you feel the power?


The image: Silbury Hill is Europe’s tallest prehistoric human-made structure. Why it was built is a mystery. One theory is that Silbury is a representation of the Earth Mother – specifically, her pregnant belly rising above the ground. The water is only present during rainy times such as now. This is the most watery I have seen it.

A seer’s tip: Sit comfortably in front of a body of water such as this one. Formulate a question in your mind. Study the surface of the water, taking your time, noticing every detail. Then, let your mind go a little out of focus. Remember that the surface of the water is an illusion, and let your mind, and the question, slip between the molecules of your perception and into the mystery beyond. Let the question go. Let any expectation of an answer go. Simply be. Simply breathe… simply breathe. And be open to any answers that emerge.


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  1. I love the idea of holding a planet to my heart.

    • Thank you, awordofsubstance. Just taken a peek at your quirky blog and love, love your personification of objects in micro-fiction. What fun. 🙂

  2. Wowawee! The professor thinks he may have watched a program about this awesome site recently. Have you seen it in person?

    • Yes! I live nearby. It’s a magical place by the side of a fairly busy road, that still manages to keep a sense of mystery and mythology.

      • Is it scary?

      • Not at all. But it does have a neighbour, called West Kennet Long Barrow, which is proper scary. It’s an old burial chamber. I’m planning to visit soon, but perhaps not at night…

      • For a visit at night you’d have to take the professor and his katana along.

      • Now there’s an image to conjure with!

      • Professorish, isn’t it?

      • I suggest warm clothing – no professor’s robes. With the gales currently blowing through the UK, you might get blown away.

      • Are you in the UK?

  3. Very nice! X


  4. Thank you ….you brought one of my heart places to me and my heart sings…bless

    • So pleased, Janet. A heart place is truly special.

  5. […] Silbury Hill on the road between Calne and Marlborough in Wiltshire is a curiously haunting sight. I stop there often. You can see a photo from last winter here.  […]

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