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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Creatures of the Wind



I received some "Dragonfly" gifts before I left home
A necklace and also some earrings.


Thank you to my family and friends
 for the farewell lunches and dinners
and the gifts and flowers.




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As a creature of the wind, the Dragonfly represents change. 


The dragonfly reminds us that each day is a new beginning.



Dragonflies are also creatures of the water,
symbolism relative to the subconscious or "dreaming" mind.


Dragonflies ask that we pay attention to
 our deeper thoughts and desires.

Our deeper thoughts are surfacing and we must be mindful of the outcome we wish to have.

This exercise is useful when we want to
 "visualize positive outcomes".

Live life to the fullest - a dragonfly lives a short life.

Dragonfly's magic shows us to see through life's illusions and to find our true vision.

3 comments:

  1. LOVE this... I tried to post a comment via my iPhone... but couldn't...

    Dragonflies and butterflies... love 'em

    ReplyDelete

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