I was on some sort of expedition thing with a team of all men to South America. We were going to study a temple ruin to find out what it was used for and why it was in the location that it was. It sat less than 100 yards from a pretty large body of water, it could have been a large lake or river. Our translator was killed early on by a large snake. As we continued, we were unaware that the temple was still in use by a native tribe. I remember them wearing some type of blue and white tunic. As we ran to try and find a place to hide (we assumed we would be killed if found), three of us were separated from the rest of the group. We tried to make an escape by going into the water, but we were spotted. I guess the natives thought that we came from the water and they stripped the three of us and started some type of ritual in which I was meant to have sex with both of the men with me, but it’s like we weren’t allowed to leave the water. Then I woke up.
It’s been one of those dreams where you just can’t shake the feeling you have about it. It was just so weird. I’ve never had a dream like that before. Does this sound familiar to anyone or did I just have a super weird dream?
Any comments or info for me?
We’ve always had a garden, but I’m trying to make some positive changes in my life and I thought spending a ridiculous amounts of money on plants would be a great idea. :P I have to start finding ‘theraputic’ outlets for stress and what not so I thought hey, I like herbs, they like me, I like tans, I need the vitamins, so why not? And hopefully this will give other people some inspiration. I think it’s just one of those things that you really have to make sure you set time aside for. I have trouble getting my butt out there everyday, but I always feel really good when I do, even if I’m just pulling weeds or raking.
I’ve got a new link coming for you soon. I don’t know what to call it yet, but it’ll be a link to a page about my garden this year. I’ll log all of the plants I have, their names, and things you can use these plants for. YAY!
I have a little over 20 babies in my herb garden this year. I’m also going to build/buy a toad house and a fairy house. I’m looking into a bird bath and bench as well. I want to document it all for you guys! :D
I have like, six different strains of sage alone.
Pretty sure it’s my favorite lol.
I hope you guys are having an awesome Beltaine. I’ve been doing a little homework and pulling a lot of weeds to give our lily of the valley breathing room. Now mom is grilling pork chops and I have vanilla incense and a honeysuckle candle burning. It’s such a stunning day. I’ve been getting some serious sun and enjoying hanging out with the snails, bees, and our nest of newborn wrens.
Brightest blessings to EVERYONE! :D :D :D
I also pulled some yucky weeds that are suffocating our Lily of the Valley. At least I got some very minor outdoor productivity during this massive finance assignment.
- 1 brown candle (best for healing pets, but white also works)
- 1 clear quartz or selenite crystal (rose quartz or green apatite are excellent as well) that will fit in your palm
- eucalyptus oil *keep away from pet*
if you wish, you can carve your pet’s name into the candle. anoint the candle with a drop of the oil, then wash your hands. make sure your pet is nearby, and light the candle. as you do, say:
“I light this flame to relieve my beloved companion’s pain.”
if it doesn’t cause your pet any discomfort, hold them close to you now. if you cannot do this, just place your hand on their side or on their head. pet them while keeping the crystal in your palm as you do. try to very gently rub the crystal over where their pain is, or at least hold the crystal above the spot. as you do this, lend your energy to your pet. send them your loving and positive thoughts, and visualize the energy collecting where their pain is worst. as you do all of this, speak softly to your pet, to comfort them as well as to state your intent (“I lend you my energy to give you strength, to ease your aches and pains,” etc).
blow the candle out and keep it, as you can repeat this ritual as necessary (even daily).
This means I’m working my buns off to get all my homework done so I can get out and plant my herbs. YAY!