Corona – the crown

As we all know by now, Corona Virus got it’s name from it’s shape – looking like a crown. Another definition of corona is an envelope, or halo even, around the sun or other planets.

Has this virus come nearly 100 years since the last deadly flu pandemic, the 1918 Spanish Flu – come at a time when we were spinning out of control? The world has spent much time focusing outwardly in many forms; expanding territory aggressively through war, global economies, growing and expanding internationally, nationally and even in our own communities. Being busy and productive outwardly, as a sign of status and success. How many activities our kids are involved in, to how many vacations we can go on, houses we can have, hours we can work, all leading (my self included) to a frenzy of activity possibly erupting in forced isolation as a result of the Corona Virus. Did we, in some way, call this to us?

We are being called to look inward to focus on ourselves, our families and re-prioritizing what is truly important to us.

Unee heralded this movement, an emergence of the Great Mother  where home, family, relationships take center stage. We will see a re-ordering of society leading away from war, conflict and aggressive outward movement to stirrings of the spirit, inward growth and spiritual evolution.

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Sitting on the Shore

Sitting on the shore watching life events pass by, sometimes we see garbage floating in the water, sometimes we see beautiful flowers, sometimes just the water. This is how Unee tells us to approach our life’s challenges, don’t wade in the water when things are difficult! You could be hit with garbage and debris flowing downstream, stay on the shore and watch it float by. Don’t be tempted to jump in with the flowers either, just watch them, take in their beauty, don’t try to hold on to them. If the water is calm, just watch it still, sometimes there are alligators under the water, better just to be an observer!

Flow with Unee, sit with her on the shore.

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