Beloved Flower Lover,
It’s your turn to rest…
to move away from the emergency, the fight or flight, it’s time to rest…and feel the love that never changes.
We have just finished harvest time and moving into the time to be still. And just as the fields are resting and going fallow, we also feel that tug. The time to withdraw inwards. Yes, it’s also a time for us to prepare for deep stillness, and sleep. Yes, the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year, when we have withdrawn inwards to the point of complete stillness is very close. The time to appreciate our return to the source of peace. A time to reflect on our beloved desires and dreams.
We really all need that down time to dream, to re-imagine, the time to just lie fallow. But our culture, which believes in endless activity, has a difficult time with this. And sometimes, the only way to “get a break” is to literally break a bone or get sick.
Well, we encourage each of us to replenish ourselves regularly through rest and restoration. The more you can, the better life gets.
Yet even though it’s a cosy time, we also recognize and witness that it’s a time when much is going on in the world. Typhoon Haiyan has left 10 million people in desperate need. And we can use ourselves in prayerful rest to help and support all of us. To join in with our world family and acknowledge that this Typhoon is not against us and it can help us to discover even more compassion, love and care.
So from that restful gap you are taking with yourself or with your dear beloved, perhaps you could turn some of your attention into also creating a clear picture of healing for others. Your simple prayer as you look at the simplest of flowers.
As you are sitting in your restful appreciation, and noticing the source of creation, you may like to know that Typhoon Haiyan has galavanised DEC, a group of 14 UK aid organisations, said it was already responding but there was still a need for water, food and emergency shelter. DEC comprises the charities Action Aid, Age International, British Red Cross, Cafod, Care International, Christian Aid, Concern Worldwide, Islamic Relief, Merlin, Oxfam, Plan UK, Save the Children, Tearfund and World Vision.
The UK government said it would match donations to the appeal pound for pound up to £5m.
The unified field is how scientists might explain what is going on between us. They give us all another way to acknowledge how we are all one. We offer a scientist who links it to personal transformation.
And whilst you are exploring this invisible energy and are experiencing your inner calm, you may like to know that your picture, that image in your heart truly can help those in far away lands too.
You may like to prepare to donate your heart energy. How? Well we think Larry Dossy talking with Oprah may explain. Please see their videos below.
In essence he also explains how we are all ‘One Mind’ and by acknowledging that, we can go into prayer and elevate each other, by elevating ourselves first in the intimate quiet place of the heart. We can change the dreams of our hearts by actively re doing it in our imaginations. Doing it without force. Without demanding that it must happen. Just by enjoying its lovely presence. That’s how it comes about.
Yes, we here at The London Flower Lover are all about giving as much energy to exalting the power of tapping into the original earth grid of peace, happiness, beauty and joy and imbuing ourselves our prayers with that energy for the benefit of others and ourselves too. We use flowers for this. The most feminine expression of our source.
So today, in your restful awareness, we offer our flowers as a reminder, a trigger for that prayer. Your pleasure. Your enticement into that happy, fragrant energy. A source of love for yourself and others.
So in closing, thank you, for leading the way
by using flowers,
for leading the way, by being our happy, fragrant, beautiful selves enticed by the sweet love of peace and calm and sharing that love with all those in the world who need it too.
As we do that, we are changing the world. Thank you, thank you, thank you from those in the Philippines
The London Flower Lover