Monday, October 12, 2015

MONDAY MOMENTS

I have really been enjoying these wonderful autumn Mondays.....
just a slight chill, which makes for good sleeping. Except the next morning, I just want to snuggle under the covers!!!! Over the weekend I saw a Raven. Funny how I never really enjoy them till this time of year. A shame really, they really are quiet beautiful. Many birds are seen as messengers between heaven and earth, and the raven- no exception.  In addition to carrying messages back and forth from a higher plane, ravens also bring meaning from a darker place, within. If a raven guide has appeared in your life and spoken to you, turn your focus inward, it is time for a change. Though as people, we often fear change, the changes ravens bring are often meaningful and revelatory. Ravens are incredibly perceptive; meaning, that if you’ve fallen under the scrutiny of this bird, that which needs to be changed should be revealed. Ravens are also considered powerful teachers of the mysteries, or magic. If you’ve had a dream about a raven  its meaning is likely that big changes are coming your way or it may symbolize an end to a phase or habit in your life. And of course there are  also many stories of them being tricksters, and seekers of truth. So let's all honor this sleek bird this season!
 
 
 

Happy Monday !!!!!!!!

20 comments:

  1. Happy Monday! Mine is going to be a warm one. Yet another day of 100 degree Fall temperatures where I live.

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  2. Awesome raven photos! And of course, they're the sacred bird of Odin.

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  3. I think you just honor ANY BIRD! A very cool post none the less. Happy Monday!

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  4. Happy Hung Over Monday more like; I love Ravens this time of year. Also thanks for meeting up for a couple drinks for the Outfest. What a CROWD!!!! I love Philly. And funny how I knew you from behind....by your bubble behind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Hello!!!! He does rather have a fine bootty!

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  5. we had lots of ravens in British Columbia. they would walk with us, croaking along. expect they were gossiping about us :-)

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  6. I am adoring the picture of the raven with Tippi!

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  7. Some cool yet haunting images. I sure hope you didn't do anything I would today!!

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  8. Gorgeous ravens, and gorgeous birdcage skirt!

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    1. cool isn't it? I should have one fitted!

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  9. Happy Monday! Love the raven pics. I learn so much of nature from your posts. :)

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  10. Very interesting - I didn't know any of that. I wonder if the grackles here might be cousins of the raven? The grackles are noisy, messy, annoying birds, though.

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  11. I absolutely live this post, as my favorite birds are ravens and magpie!!!!!

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  12. Have you heard about the ravens at The Tower of London, Mistress? It is said that the monarchy will fall when they fly away. I think you would feel at home there. :)

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    1. Why no, I have never heard of that.A neat little tidbit. But are you implying I'd make a nice old raven circling, or a new monarch????

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  13. What a fun post for the season. CALL...CALL!

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  14. It sure was nice seeing you at Outfest!!!!!! I too love this post. I had no idea Ravens were so large.

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  15. I LOVE that first picture!!!!! So swiping that.

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