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- This is a picture of me, a year ago.
The day my book launched at our Come Together lunch,
for Miss Lilly's Angel Trust.
On this day I was so nervous and really wanted to rise money for our trust so we could start building our app and platform Thrive ME.
To empower families and communities to be and become more resilience.
I had a clear vision one morning in meditation with spirit, so clear that I could touch it, and than I asked my guide how am I to serve, whats my part in this.
And was clearly given steps to take.
Something that if I honest I haven't owned and really shared. And Thrive ME was part of that step
About a month ago I was ready to give up on this vision, I couldn't see how it was going to come in to fruition.
I believe soul heartily it needed to be birthed but I didnt know how.
And what I have learnt, is spirit, my guides than showed me a different way..... A way I wasn't looking at...
A different pathway that I couldn't see.
And through this now I can say by August this year,
Thrive ME will be a platform to help our rural communities be and become more resilience.
Just when you think its over, if you truly trust,
they will step forward and show you another pathway.
#goddess #goddessbylilly #trust #divine #misslillysangeltrust #thriveme #ownit
- Dea della caccia e della guerra, Neith era particolarmente venerata a Sais, nel Delta occidentale. Il principale tempio della dea guerriera, costruito proprio a Sais, era denominato “Castello dell’Ape” e l’ape stessa era l’animale sacro alla dea.
Neith, dea della caccia e della guerra. Bronzo. Epoca Tarda (722-332 a.C.). The goddess of hunting and war, Neith was mostly worshipped in Sais, in the western part of the Delta. The main temple of the warrior goddess, built in Sais, was called "Bee Castle" and the bees were the sacred animals of the goddess.
Neith, goddess of hunting and war. Bronze. Late Period (722-332 B.C.). #ape #api #dea #goddess #collezione #collection
- Yesterday night I was listening to a podcast (by @ellagracedenton ♡) about a woman telling about the point in her life when she freed herself by remembering her truth - her wild feminine essence. In that moment I became very emotional and felt a sudden rush of huge gratitude pulsating through my body. A gratitude for life. A gratitude for my own path of freeing myself from a life dictated by society. - I remember the time in 2012 when I just had moved to Berlin and was taking regular yoga classes in a studio in Schöneberg. At the end of these classes, the teacher always asked us to feel and visualize our soul in Shavasana. And every time I saw my soul as a beautiful white dove with large wings flying around in my chest. I felt her longing of freeing herself. Then, finally in 2015, I set her free. ♡ Writing this still gives me big tears of gratitude for my own courage. Now, a few years later, I finally came to the knowing that the dove is the symbol of the SHEKINAH - the goddess of the old testament and Kabbalah ♡
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- In case you forgot for a quick sec ✨✨✨
- ✨MOOD✨ Happy #Gemini Season! Tag your favourite Gemini’s🌟
- Happy Tues!
Is everyone still enjoying all the mermaids everywhere this month? Getting sick of them yet?!lol! Here is a sea dragon moon mermaid for you today!
Moonlight - #aisarinemm and #afterglow - #mermaywithel
Have a good week, beautiful people!