This morning, after swimming in the bay, I stood in my backyard getting ready to take a shower. I was talking to a friend on the phone and I turned around and there in my garden by the rock wall was a statue of Ganesh. I have lived here for over a year and a half and I never see him sitting there. I had no idea how he came into my backyard.
According to Wikipedia: Although he is known by many attributes, Ganesha's elephant head makes him easy to identify. Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom. As the god of beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rituals and ceremonies. Ganesha is also invoked as patron of letters and learning during writing sessions. Several texts relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth and exploits and explain his distinct iconography.
As many of you know, I have begun writing again. The information that I have been getting for the book is channeled information from another part of myself. I find it interesting that he is a patron of letters and learning during writing sessions. I did not know that about him until I read the above paragraph from Wikipedia.
There is a lot going on right now that I'm being guided to do. The book, was to be a fun science fiction fantasy based on past life experiences that I have seen in the past. I had the thought that it would be fun to have a friend help me by doing hypnotherapy to fill in the details about these lives. Well, it turns out that I had no idea what I was being guided to write. This other part of me is showing me the origins of the Earth and how it became settled. Also she has shown why we came, and the vastness of the energies of the universe all the way down into the energies of the cells in our body. I have really been blown away.
Every time I turn around and look at the clock it is 11:11, 4:44, and any other reminders that we are not alone.
Last night I almost cause a fire in my home. I know that Ganesh came here to let me know that I am protected. I have no idea who might have put him in my yard, but I do know that I was supposed to see him this morning.
How often do we forget that internal guidance that we get? When we become afraid that we won’t have enough, that someone’s watching out for us, I am always reminded by those little nudges that everything seems to work out no matter how hard things at the time.
It is my belief that we are connected through beautiful matrix of light. In fact this morning I was out swimming and the dolphins swam way to the other side of the bay. I was asking for guidance which way they had gone. I was using a technique that they had shown me to send sonar out to find their energies and bring them to me. All of a sudden there were three of them that swam right in front of me. One looked up and just headed out very quickly as if I had called them and they weren’t happy about being put on the spot. I saw them for only about two seconds. It was a very strange feeling because most of the time they come up and swim all around me. They told me that sometimes we can misuse the ability to bring things to us and that we can always create, but that is not always the best thing for everyone. And that comes back to one of the ‘four agreements’ that we need to be impeccable with our word.
What are words? We use them to tell a story. They carry an energy. Our thoughts are silent words that carry energies. Be impeccable with our thoughts and our words.
Ganesh came to me today. I am now understanding why. The universe has gifts for us if we only turn around and see. Be open to the gifts of the universe. And always be in gratitude.
My book is started, and I tried to keep you informed about its progress. This story is unraveling. I will try to be impeccable with my words.
Don’t be surprised when perhaps a wood elf or other deva comes to you to let you know that you are being guided. And don’t forget to say ‘thank you’!