Tonight I am totally feeling like a Magic 8 Ball.
My fiance and I watched The Masked Singer (one of my new fav shows) and I guessed the singer. (Keeping in mind, this is the first one I got right.)
Then before he changed the channel he asked me if we won the Celtics game or not and I said Yes we did - and we did.
Then he asked me how many points Hayward (Celtics player) got tonight and I said 12 and he looked it up and I was right.
I like nights like this but sometimes I feel a little like a Magic 8 Ball - which is still kind of cool. lol. :)
Namaste and major gratitude (prayer hands) [as always] to my guides for the insight and for helping me do readings tonight.
And Namaste and major gratitude [as always] to all of you guys!
Lots of Love & light,
My Indigo nature has been really coming out as of recent. I am surprised my fiancé isn’t sick of me yet. I am always opinionated but not much in the way of posting things online. The inner warrior within who wants justice in the world has been really sparked lately and I am feeling very much like sharing. Which is why I have been.
My first hope was if I write to Weight Watchers, maybe they will let us choose which program we track with. (You can read that post here: )
With the energy of the Super Blood Wolf Moon last night, I had a lot of trouble falling asleep last night. She was beautiful though. I did not have the pleasure of seeing her in person but I have been seeing pictures of her on Instagram and she is amazing.
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! He was a force and one that is always in our hearts and spirit. Some of us live our lives with his essence in our soul.
Personally, I love and welcome diversity. I find it so cool and interesting to learn about other cultures, religions, and the like. We all have different stories, different ways of living and being and so much richness within it all. There is so much to learn and we grow from it all in a mind, body, spirit, emotion – whole way.
One of my favorite shows that hasn’t returned was “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman” on NatGeo. While I am not as big of a Morgan Freeman fan as I used to be (due to his outward display of sexual harassment) the television show was awesome. I got to see and learn about other religions and cultures and it was awesome. I watched each episode more than once.
When I went to college, I started out at Anna Maria College in Paxton, MA (next to Worcester) and it was not very diverse, and a Catholic oriented school. It was okay, I made friends, went through 2 roommates before I met the 3rd one who was normal. And things were pretty okay despite it being my first time away from home. While there I had a few complications with the medication I was on for endometriosis, which landed me in the ER and having some difficulties. That year I also had to have my wisdom teeth taken out.
After 1 year at AMC, I ended up needing surgery for endometriosis and so I had to move back home. I decided I would commute and transfer to Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA. (For those of you who are aware of the area, I commuted from Everett to Chestnut Hill, going in and out of Boston every day for 2 years while they were doing construction on Route 9.) Some days it took me 25 minutes to get to school, others it would take 2 hours. (Don’t get me started … I have been stuck in everything from Walks and Red Sox Opening Day’s to blizzards. My longest commute was about 2.5 hours to get in and 4 hours to get home.)
Anyway, Pine Manor College was the #1 school in the country for diversity and I was of the minority. I loved it. It was awesome to be part of such a diverse community. Plus, the class sizes were small (maybe 9, for psych classes or up to 25 for intro classes – like intro to psych). Anna Maria was co-ed and at the time Pine Manor was not. PMC was all girls. Diversity, small classes and no boys.
No offense to guys, but not having guys in my classes made classes easier. At AMC, it took forever to get through the days lecture because guys were clowning around. But at PMC, sans men, we breezed through material.
I had a couple of friends at PMC but more so acquaintances/colleagues. I am not the type really to be 100% social. I am more on the introverted side than extroverted but I can be social when needed. So I was known around campus by a good handful of people and I was friendly with everyone. It was really cool being around such rich diversity, something the other school didn’t have. Like I said, we learn and grow and just become more community oriented in that way when we are open to exploring culture and diversity.
One thing I think is that no matter where you come from, we are all humans and we go through and experience a lot of the same things. Essentially, most forget that we are all made up of energy and we are all connected as one with our planet.
A beef I have, well one of many, with our current President, is that he doesn’t understand diversity and the richness it brings us as a whole. Not just that, but he doesn’t seem to realize that most people in the USA come from or are immigrants. Unless someone is purely 100% Native American, then they come from immigrants. We need immigrants, and we need to welcome everyone into our country regardless of where they come from.
I was saddened to see the Native American Elder be heckled by teenage idiots at a rally. My heart and healing goes out to him, his family and his tribe (and all tribes for that matter).
I feel like people are not born to hate. But that they are programmed to be that way. Some people can be reprogrammed but only if they welcome it. Nature versus nurture is powerful. I want everyone to respect and have a sense of unconditional love for one another. I also think most people are good. Though I have been proven wrong a lot in the past, I still hold on to that truth.
Same with animals. It physically and emotionally pains me to see animals being hurt, abused and mistreated. And that, like all other things, need to be taken seriously and have justice come to those people as well.
It is just my indigo nature – the inner intuitive warrior who wants justice – coming out. 😊
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