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White Feather: Eternal Flow

We live, breathe, change and die. But we do not disappear.

Ann: White Feather?*

White Feather: Yes. I come in this season of burgeoning life when spring is in the air but not quite yet the fullness of blooms and greening thickets of leaves, berries, and nourishment.

Our Mother Earth comes back faithfully every season, and now she is asking for your help, for your consideration, and for your understanding that everything has a season and cannot be exploited indefinitely and still have something more to give.

We see this in our own lives, the cycles of birth, want, growth, blight, refreshment, and closure. We see them repeated, we see new life offered us after each loss until we finally can no longer reach out our hands for the gift.

We are microcosms of the earth. We live, breathe, change and die. But we do not disappear. Our energy is eternal yet we have choices. We can move with the eternal flow or set ourselves against that natural process.

With Earth, as in each individual life, we must choose when to accommodate, when to shore up our defenses, and when to let go. All are complementary skills. Beneath the intractable flow of multiversal energy is the eternal creative force that asks us to move in concert with her larger purpose, the evolution and expansion of empowering love.

You will know if you are moving with this cosmic generator if you feel love in your heart at each transition. As you nurture your bodies and your souls along this continuum, I ask that you also take the time to give thanks and consideration to your Great Mother, the Earth that sustains you.

And then, when it comes your time to move back into the universal flow, you will give way with a glad and grateful heart.

April 7, 2021

*Referred by Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab. Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or readings at

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only

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Jan 14, 2022

A timely, poignant message; a storm of severe proportions is eminent in my part of the country, foretelling of years to come.

Such an expediently timed message - sincere thanks, Ann et al.

Jan 15, 2022
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Apr 07, 2021

Such beautiful and encouraging words. Full of love. Thank you!

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