I’m sharing a couple of things today – a bit about the current ‘energy weather’, plus my fellow blogger Anne Whitaker’s musing and beautiful photographs from her recent ‘travel therapy’ visit to the cathedral of Salisbury, England.
Anne’s lovely post offered me (and you) a sweet mini-revisit with the Prisoners of Conscience chapel and its unexpected Black Madonna. More on that below.
First, for those who are sensitive to Earth energies and subtle (and thus not so subtle) energies, it’s been yet another intense week.
Different people notice different things, but in recent days I’ve heard from more than a few people who sensed a building energy and restlessness, wakeful nights, mid to late last week, and then waves of sudden fatigue, lethargy, sadness, or outright feelings of despair, since the strong and deadly earthquake in Nepal on Saturday and its devastating aftermath for the people there.
There are, as always, other things in the ‘cocktail’ that contributes to or affects the collective or shared energy field, and thus the jumble that sensitives are picking up, but Earth events like those of the last week elevate the intensity.
If you’re an Earth/energy sensitive, what have you experienced, or what are you sensing? What helps you to be aware and to balance or ground?
One of the things that’s helped me greatly has been being aware of how different energies affect me — how I pick them up, what their signatures are; and then building a good ‘magic backpack’ of practices, resources, and tools for ‘energy hygiene’ — you’ll find some of those in the Empaths & Sensitives Series, or a more personalized session with me.
Feel free to share in the comments; sharing your experiences/sensings and what helps you might help fellow sensitives, too.
About Salisbury, Sacred Space, and the Black Madonna there, Anne Whitaker writes:
“So, after a week of travel therapy, I am now home. Our last port of call was the historic English market town of Salisbury. Much though we loved Salisbury, its world-famous cathedral, unsurprisingly, was the highlight: awesome, in the pre-social media sense of the word. I was especially moved by the Trinity Chapel and its magnificent Prisoners of Conscience window.”
Read Anne’s full post and see the beautiful photos she took of the Prisoners of Conscience stained-glass window, the Black Madonna, and the cathedral spire itself.
To explore the Black Madonna and feminine mysteries and gifts more deeply, delve into my Divine Feminine-stirring audio programs — you’ll see the Black Madonna is a star of the show, and she’s in very good company.
Big Love and Be Well,
See the Halcyon Days story behind the painting above, in the Sophia’s Children post, No Fear. Halcyon Days are Here.