Full Strawberry Moon

ImageFull Strawberry Moon The full moon that appears in June is called the Strawberry Moon. In North America, the peak harvesting season for strawberries in June gives that month’s full moon its name. The Strawberry Moon is one of the few full moon names that is universal to every Algonquin tribe

this moon is known as the Mead Moon. During late June and most of July the meadows were mowed for hay.

“June’s moon is also known as Mead Moon, Strawberry Moon, Honey Moon and Flower Moon. This moon is the moon of summer, and we can start looking forward to the warm nights to come. This is also the time for lovers. Before the height of summer use this time to strengthen your weaknesses. The zodiac association is Gemini

JUNE: Mead Moon (June) Also known as: Moon of Horses, Lovers’s; Moon, Strong Sun Moon, Honey Moon, Aerra Litha (Before Lithia), Brachmanoth (Break Month), Strawberry Moon, Rose Moon, Moon of Making Fat
Nature Spirits: sylphs, zephyrs
Herbs: skullcap, meadowsweet, vervain, tansy, dog grass, parsley, mosses
Colors: orange, golden-green
Flowers: lavender, orchid, yarrow
Scents: lily of the valley, lavender
Stones: topaz, agate, alexandrite, fluorite
Trees: oak
Animals: monkey, butterfly, frog, toad
Birds: wren, peacock
Deities: Aine of Knockaine, Isis, Neith, Green Man, Cerridwen, Bendis, Ishtar
Power Flow: full but restful energy; protect, strengthen, and prevent. A time of Light; Earth tides are turning. Decision-making, taking responsibility for present happenings. Work on personal inconsistencies. Strengthen and reward yourself for your positive traits.

June 13th

I am the Flower bringing forth the fruit of my full potential ‘
what yummy fruits are you bringing forth into your life




You Are the Artist of Your Own Heart


You are the Artist of Your Own Heart


The heart it beats for millions of lifetimes without stopping and floods the world with color the pinks and blues the reds all come together like a painting and shows what is real to each of us who actually beat with the same music but hear our own tune according to the sound of our heart. We hold it near and dear as a memory we can touch others like a hand reaching out we love but what is love can you taste it hear it feel it like texture  what does it sound like this tune that is called love sweet music we hear  what does it taste like sweet on our lips this love what does it say to each one of us if the heart had a mouth to speak what would her words be what would we hear if we but listen you can not hear the music or voice of the heart unless you sit in silence for a moment in eternity and listen quietly hold in your ears open to her voice. This love what colors would you see if it were a painting what brush strokes would love paint.. Monet or Mondrian or Rothko… Love is expressed in an individual way each of us have our own canvas colors and brush what would love paint You are the artist of our own heart and express it in the colors that you truly are

 What color are you?



Chakra Colors

Meaning and Symbolism

It’s a perfect time to talk about chakra color meanings Springtime is the seasonal theme is all about blossoming, awakening, colorful perception and transition


Wishing Upon a Star





When was the last time you gazed up into the night sky and wished upon a star or simply closed your eyes and made a wish.. A wish is communication with our souls the very act of wishing brings about change and puts energy behind it… The very act of visualizing and verbalizing your wish gives it a chance to materialize in physical form as you give voice to a thought, your longings and dreams.. visualize the sun setting and see the blue black ceiling of a sky with sparkling stars a place where wishes come true and with all your heart wish upon one of the stars and throw it into the universe, Write your wish down and list the reasons behind your desire and think of ways you can make your wish come true. Be specific and clear.

what is your wish?

Contemplation and Creativity

The lakes hidden among the hills are saints, and the sea too is a saint who praises God without interruption in her majestic dance. The great, gashed, half-naked mountain is another of God’s saints. . . For me to be a saint means to be myself. Therefore the problem of sanctity and salvation is in fact the problem of finding out who I am and of discovering my true self. Trees and animals have no problem. God makes them what they are without consulting them, and they are perfectly satisfied. With us it is different. God leaves us free to be whatever we like. We can be ourselves or not, as we please. We are at liberty to be real, or to be unreal. We may be true or false, the choice is ours.

—Thomas Merton, New Seeds of Contemplation




All is Sacred


                                             Sacred Trees Illuminated Night
                                                                 by Joy Hellman

For Hildegard all life was sacred: human, animal, plant…all of creation speaks of the wonder that is God. All life from insect to person deserved to be respected and celebrated. These sentiments can be sources of inspiration today. —for all those efforts that seek justice and harmony with the earth and all that is in it. Hildegard believed that all creation sings, shouts, and speaks of divine revelation, inspiration, and consolation. Through creation—be it a sunrise, a butterfly, a child’s laughter, a lover’s serenade—God reminds us of God’s presence to comfort us, hold us, and help us get up again when life knocks us down. Creation in its vastness and diversity reminds us that we are never alone. –