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April 4, 2010 | Global Transformation
Well, it happened again! I woke up at 5:45 AM and couldn’t go back to sleep. I crawled out of the back of my truck and dawn was getting ready to break. Since it was Easter morning, I decided to have my sunrise service from the tailgate of my truck. I wrapped myself up in one of my comforters and waited for a Sun of God; the Universe of Love, to appear over the horizon. It rose at 6:28 AM. It was a gorgeous sunrise, and I was very grateful to be a part of it.
Once I got up for good, had breakfast, showered and did my morning meditation, I loaded up my truck and headed for Chattanooga, Tennessee. As I was driving north on Interstate 59, I passed the exit for the “Alabama Museum and Fan Club.” I thought about my deceased sister-in-law, who died December 20, 1990. She loved the lead singer of Alabama. I dedicated the song above to her memory.
I arrived in Chattanooga some two hours later.
I then made my way to one of the local campgrounds, picked out a primitive campsite and set up camp for a day or two. Once I settled in, I called a lot of my female relatives to wish them a happy Easter. While I was on the phone with them, a hornet flew into my truck, passing back and forth, in and out of the two front windows.
Hornet brings the following medicine:
- Use of female warrior energy
- Understanding female societies\
- Communal living – Copyright www.animalspirits.com
And then thankfully, after delivering its message, the hornet flew away for good.
After a quick workout in the campground’s tiny gym, I sat down at the picnic table at my campsite and began working on my journal. While I was working there, the sunset behind Raccoon Mountain, and a Cardinal sang to this top of its lung from high up in a tree directly behind me. I hadn’t seen a Redbird in a very long time.
Cardinal (Redbird) brings the following wisdom:
- Understanding the power of the wind
- Finding your soul song – Copyright www.animalspirits.com
That evening I drove into town to visit one of the local pubs. I sat down to have a drink and was amazed to discover that my bartender was legally blind. Not only that, but the guy sitting to my left was also legally blind. I sat and visited with both of them for at least an hour or two before heading back to my campsite.
While I was in the bar, the news about the earthquake in Baja California appeared on the muted television screen. I immediately got in my truck and emailed my friends in Palm Springs to make sure they were okay.
I returned to Raccoon Mountain, drove down to my campsite, parked my truck and once I turned off all my lights, found myself surrounded in complete darkness. Since the campground was not gated, I felt reasonably vulnerable but safe at the same time.
It was 12:34 AM. I drifted off to sleep with no problem.