Ancestral Wisdom and Deep, Deep Roots

Sophia's Children

Priestess of Delphi, by John Collier. Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia. Priestess of Delphi, by John Collier. Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia.

To hallow is “to make holy or sacred, to sanctify

or consecrate, to venerate”. (Wikipedia)

It’s a fine time for drawing up insight and guidance from the depths, and sustenance from our very roots.

Yesterday, I had the privilege and joy of giving the Sunday lesson for a wonderful group here on this very topic — deep roots, and the power of blessing.

The Energies of Now support us even more than usual in that gathering back and sinking roots. More on that just below.

But first … if ‘to hallow’ is ‘to make holy or sacred, to sanctify or consecrate, to venerate,’ …

What might we want to ‘make holy’, sanctify, consecrate, bless, or venerate?

What might we be, by default, venerating or worshipping that might not be worthy of that devotion…

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Author: dreamweaver333

I love to listen to the whispering of spirit.

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