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Re: Angels & White Feather

Post by Sandy » Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:38 pm

I love the Santa Claus greeting for Shane, Eric...That's how I think of him too. :sunflower:
Hey Shane :hithere I was just thinking about you earlier today and you just made a good night even better with your post. :bana:

We are freezing here too! Today was the coldest yet...but of course I am enjoying it. :roll: Bring it on! I am so jealous of the Alps with their recent snowfall. I suppose it would be a little too much to ask for a dusting of snow here on the coast, eh? :mrgreen: Ah well, such is life. I will settle for the heavy frost we received this week and be grateful. ;)

I've been seeing 1234 a lot lately too, feeling rather peaceful and accepting the past couple days. Not sure why but grateful all the same. :scratch:

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Re: Angels & White Feather

Post by Seeker13 » Mon Aug 12, 2019 2:35 am

Shane,
I guess thanks to Eric you will forever be Santa Shane on the boards! In our neck of the woods, Santa has to have it cold! Been near perfect windy 80's
for us. That will change in a few months. What is considered bitter cold for you down under?

It's interesting the images change for you, always something new to contemplate. Usually that way for me too. It's weird that my niece and daughter, who have multiple spiritual gifts do not see images in things... so of course they think I'm crazy. I just laugh and tell them they don't know what they're missing! Ahh, just remembered there was an image of a demon in the grain on my brother's bedroom door..., :shock: makes sense now.

Sandy,
Winter always feels colder with low temperatures and no snow, snow makes it feel cozier, insulated. You're welcome here any time you need to experience snow, especially when there's shoveling to do!

As for me I'm just drinking in the warmth and loving the water!

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Re: Angels & White Feather

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Sandy wrote:
Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:38 pm
I love the Santa Claus greeting for Shane, Eric...That's how I think of him too. :sunflower:
Hey Shane :hithere I was just thinking about you earlier today and you just made a good night even better with your post. :bana:

We are freezing here too! Today was the coldest yet...but of course I am enjoying it. :roll: Bring it on! I am so jealous of the Alps with their recent snowfall. I suppose it would be a little too much to ask for a dusting of snow here on the coast, eh? :mrgreen: Ah well, such is life. I will settle for the heavy frost we received this week and be grateful. ;)

I've been seeing 1234 a lot lately too, feeling rather peaceful and accepting the past couple days. Not sure why but grateful all the same. :scratch:

Love to all of you,
Sandy
Hi Sandy, :hithere
Well I knew that you'd be quite cosy with this weather.
We're going to have to break out the sunscreen this weekend as it's going to get to 15 degrees!! :bana:

Well number sequences are really hitting me in abundance recently. Nice to know that they are always there.
Keep warm Sandy, I'm sure you will.

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Re: Angels & White Feather

Post by Heavensabove » Mon Aug 12, 2019 5:58 am

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:santa: :king: :santa:

hey shane! :hithere
HO HO HO Eric, I hope you're well! :santa: :santa:
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Re: Angels & White Feather

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Shane,
I guess thanks to Eric you will forever be Santa Shane on the boards! In our neck of the woods, Santa has to have it cold! Been near perfect windy 80's
for us. That will change in a few months. What is considered bitter cold for you down under?

It's interesting the images change for you, always something new to contemplate. Usually that way for me too. It's weird that my niece and daughter, who have multiple spiritual gifts do not see images in things... so of course they think I'm crazy. I just laugh and tell them they don't know what they're missing! Ahh, just remembered there was an image of a demon in the grain on my brother's bedroom door..., :shock: makes sense now.

Sandy,
Winter always feels colder with low temperatures and no snow, snow makes it feel cozier, insulated. You're welcome here any time you need to experience snow, especially when there's shoveling to do!

As for me I'm just drinking in the warmth and loving the water!

Kim
Hi Kim,
Well I don't mind being known as Santa Shane.....could be called worse...lol
I just love playing Santa in Japan every year, and I'm just busting to get over there and do it again this year.
The year can't go quick enough! :santa: :santa: :rendeer: :rendeer:

I know exactly what you mean Kim. I can see many things in the photos I have taken and I get so frustrated when others can't.
In that photo I sent you I only yesterday saw my mother in law standing talking to what looked like a nun. Left hand side near the tree.
I just burst into tears. The most wonderful person I have ever met.

Keep cool Kim,
Santa Shane.

Well cold for us here in Melbourne would be 8 - 10 degrees celcius, but it's the wind that's the killer.
Soon we'll be saying it's too hot!
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Re: Angels & White Feather

Post by Sandy » Mon Aug 12, 2019 10:06 am

Well cold for us here in Melbourne would be 8 - 10 degrees celcius, but it's the wind that's the killer.
Soon we'll be saying it's too hot!
Yeah that wind yesterday was a killer. Completely different today. Much warmer and no wind. My friend started talking about Spring earlier and I (sadly) felt like "throttling" her. :shock: :oops: It's not that I'm against flowers and such. :lol: I know... I am being reminded to appreciate all seasons of the year for their gifts in the cycle of life.

okay...trying.... :sorry:

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Re: Angels & White Feather

Post by Seeker13 » Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:31 pm

Holy Moly Shane,
My husband and I were having a conversation with our niece yesterday. She has never known my husband other than the wonderfully supportive uncle that he is. She is twenty, I was explaining to her that neither Dave or I had it easy growing up. He was painfully shy and lonely, took after his mom. I went on to explain the obstacles she faced being a wife and mother. She passed away in 1996, a tiny woman who, "Was the strongest person I've ever known." It's not everyday I think about her, but I did yesterday and burst into tears.

Then my daughter walked in and started talking about the faces she sees in objects. I was stunned. The day before I tried pointing out the Native American woman I saw in a slice of agate my niece showed me. They acted like I was bonkers... which come to think of it, happens quite often also! :roll :lol: :shock:

8 degrees Celsius converts to 46.6 degrees Fahrenheit, which we use, too warm for snow. Average temp in the winter here is about 14 degrees Celsius. Not unusual to have -20F for a few weeks in the dead of winter. Received only about 93 inches of snow last year. A few years ago we had 264 inches(you're turn to make the conversions). Yup, could have used Sandy's help with the shovel that year! When I say I love the wind, that probably does not include the wind speeds you guys have. Everything is perspective isn't it?

Sandy,
I'm with you, trying to enjoy the weather as it comes. Love the warmth and showers summer brings, rejuvenating precious blossoms(my phone is full of pics of flowers and kids). Wrote a poem yesterday about Queen Anne's Lace and Chicory, my absolute favorite wild flower. Banks along side the roads are full of them this time of year! But! Nothing beats walking in a blizzard at midnight, frozen white crunching beneath your boots, snowflakes sticking to eyelashes, rattling of bare branches. Maybe the people you talk to haven't experienced winter as you have, therefore not the memories to relive and the feelings they evoke?

Love to all, no matter the weather or thought provoking images you see!
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Re: Angels & White Feather

Post by Heavensabove » Wed Aug 14, 2019 1:00 am

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Holy Moly Shane,
My husband and I were having a conversation with our niece yesterday. She has never known my husband other than the wonderfully supportive uncle that he is. She is twenty, I was explaining to her that neither Dave or I had it easy growing up. He was painfully shy and lonely, took after his mom. I went on to explain the obstacles she faced being a wife and mother. She passed away in 1996, a tiny woman who, "Was the strongest person I've ever known." It's not everyday I think about her, but I did yesterday and burst into tears.

Then my daughter walked in and started talking about the faces she sees in objects. I was stunned. The day before I tried pointing out the Native American woman I saw in a slice of agate my niece showed me. They acted like I was bonkers... which come to think of it, happens quite often also! :roll :lol: :shock:

8 degrees Celsius converts to 46.6 degrees Fahrenheit, which we use, too warm for snow. Average temp in the winter here is about 14 degrees Celsius. Not unusual to have -20F for a few weeks in the dead of winter. Received only about 93 inches of snow last year. A few years ago we had 264 inches(you're turn to make the conversions). Yup, could have used Sandy's help with the shovel that year! When I say I love the wind, that probably does not include the wind speeds you guys have. Everything is perspective isn't it?

Sandy,
I'm with you, trying to enjoy the weather as it comes. Love the warmth and showers summer brings, rejuvenating precious blossoms(my phone is full of pics of flowers and kids). Wrote a poem yesterday about Queen Anne's Lace and Chicory, my absolute favorite wild flower. Banks along side the roads are full of them this time of year! But! Nothing beats walking in a blizzard at midnight, frozen white crunching beneath your boots, snowflakes sticking to eyelashes, rattling of bare branches. Maybe the people you talk to haven't experienced winter as you have, therefore not the memories to relive and the feelings they evoke?

Love to all, no matter the weather or thought provoking images you see!
Kim
Kim,
Well that's quite amazing.
My mother in law who was Japanese didn't speak any English, and I who has broken Japanese got along so well.
We didn't need language to communicate. She had an amazing sense of humour, and I know she loved me to bits as I did her.

I remember every time when it came to leave for home after holidaying there, my wife would get in the taxi and without fail had to drag me to the taxi as I couldn't leave her, so difficult. I would stand there and hold her hand and tell her (in English) to look after herself and that I would miss her terribly. (Have got tears rolling down my face as I type this)
We would both cry. I'm sure she knew what I was saying.

On the subject of faces, I seem to be seeing them in so many different objects these days than say 6 months ago. Yes and people say I'm bonkers too!! :roll :roll
I lived in Austria for 6 years so I think I've forgotten what real cold is..lol

Sandy,
lol. I know each season has a reason but I know that it will make you jealous that I'll be going back to Japan for another Winter. Well it's only right that Santa does his best work in the cold :bana: :bana:

Keep well all,
Santa Shane.
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Post by Sandy » Thu Aug 15, 2019 4:46 am

Yep, now I am green with jealousy, Shane. :D I will live vicariously through your visits to Japan though. Those videos are on par with a walk in the snow I think. ;) Snow! Yep, I adore snow! ...It's really everything that goes along with it too...the crunch that Kim mentioned the frosted panes of glass the warmth of the feeling when your body comes back to life after being a Popsicle. Well now that I think about it that last bit is not so great. If I am remembering properly it hurts a bit like pins and needles. (we always stayed outside way to long in the snow and cold. :roll: )

Did any of you guys get out and under that beautiful full moon lat night? Oh wait a minute...that would be happening as I type for you guys in the Northern hemi...But Shane is a Southern hemi. :) So as I type this is for him. :) It was so beautiful and clear. I took a mirror outside and it was perfect in the sky to catch the moon and the trees around it. As I watched it felt almost as if I was viewing another world... Funny how much like an artist who can hold a painting or drawing up to a mirror to discover perspective mistakes, a mirror too alters the image enough that it seems strange and new. Objects become more focused.

Anyway, I enjoyed a lovely evening on the banks of the Illawarra...just me, the moon, my mirror and the loving celestials who love to share moments of quiet contemplation.

Sending love to all the "snow birds ", :love
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Post by Seeker13 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 11:58 pm

Shane,
Think you sent some of those tears my way. That is the sweetest thing. My mother-in-law was very guarded with her feelings, even with her kids, but I greatly respected that lady. It was a great honor that my husband and I were with her when she passed. She hung on and hung on. Her relatives believed she was waiting for her son to arrive from out of state, but I knew she was waiting for me. I knew she was going to die when I was there and was terrified of death. Long story short, that's exactly how it happened. I was able to release my fear and help her pass on. Had a vision as her soul left and extraordinary dreams both the night before and after her passing. The whole thing was life changing for me actually. Just commented on the thread of Being Grateful For Nothing. I'm truly grateful for the gifts received from Joan.
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On the subject of faces, I seem to be seeing them in so many different objects these days than say 6 months ago. Yes and people say I'm bonkers too!!
When visiting Sedona Arizona a few years ago, I was so excited to pick up a book on photographs of faces and elementals! They were mind boggling!

Sandy,
While not feeling exuberant talking about snow at this time of year, picked my first ripe cherry tomatoes yesterday(YUM!!!), I can relate to having special moments in the winter. Skiing(both down hill and cross country) is especially wonderful with only the moon to light your way. And lying in a snowbank at night while snowflakes melt on your face, is the most peaceful feeling. A favorite winter memory is, before my mom passed away. The family Christmas present from her was the whole crew going on a sleigh ride pulled by two huge black work horses. It was several miles of singing carols, and laughing. The driver said that was the first time people had ever sung on a ride. We couldn't even comprehend that idea! Half way through, we stopped in the woods to roast marshmallows over a bon fire, drinking hot chocolate and of course having a gigantic snowball fight! It was dark when we got back.

Sigh, missed The Sturgeon Moon. Sandy! That sounds... magical, so happy you were able to experience it! Never would have thought to use a mirror. "Objects become more focused." Sounds like there's a spiritual message in your statement. Would love to see a painting of that.

Thanks for sharing guys, heartwarming indeed,
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Post by Heavensabove » Sun Aug 18, 2019 10:54 am

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Shane,


On the subject of faces, I seem to be seeing them in so many different objects these days than say 6 months ago. Yes and people say I'm bonkers too!!
When visiting Sedona Arizona a few years ago, I was so excited to pick up a book on photographs of faces and elementals! They were mind boggling!

Hi Kim,

Speaking of which another element that came out of this same photo is maybe a Goblin. This is basically the same photo of the wedding which you saw yesterday but I had cut this bit off before. To me it looks like a Goblin looking over the fence. You will see it in the original photo I emailed you.

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Post by Seeker13 » Mon Aug 19, 2019 7:47 pm

Wowzers!
LOL! In the smoke, I see a young woman's face looking left. That image turns into a small child looking out a window. In the foliage I see five images one above the other. The top one looks like Jacob Marley in Scrooge. The second one down from that, a laughing goblin type creature. Third one down a small kitten. Under that a baby, with a gorilla at the bottom.

Shane I don't recall seeing images like this in photos before..., unless I've forgotten that, which is entirely possible. :shock:

This is so interesting!
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Wowzers!
LOL! In the smoke, I see a young woman's face looking left. That image turns into a small child looking out a window. In the foliage I see five images one above the other. The top one looks like Jacob Marley in Scrooge. The second one down from that, a laughing goblin type creature. Third one down a small kitten. Under that a baby, with a gorilla at the bottom.

Shane I don't recall seeing images like this in photos before..., unless I've forgotten that, which is entirely possible. :shock:

This is so interesting!
Kim
Hi Kim,
It's amazing what you can see. The more that I look at this photo the more I can see, however I'm not as experienced or as skilled as you. To me this photo is like a painting where so many different aspects of life have deliberately been put all together. Like a mural.

Kim what do you think? Is this telling me something about my life, and why have I attracted all of these things?

These may be difficult questions to answer, but something keeps drawing me back to this photo. Was taken on the spur of the moment by my wife in Feb this year.
It is interesting isn't it.

Shane
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