Early this morning on my way out to photograph the sun-filled maroon Ti plants, another "light-attracted visitor" caught my eye. Plastered on the backdoor like a calling card, this unusual moth had a message. Moths and butterflies always reflect transformation. The emergence of the moth from a cocoon is the final stage of development, a new birth is awakening. What was hidden inside--talents, blessings,--is coming into full view. As we all know, moths are attracted to the light, and this morning it was especially mystical in the garden.
Curious, I looked up the symbolism of the Ti plants. Turns out they're a member of the lily family. In ancient Polynesia, this colorful plant was an emblem of high rank and divine power. A lily also symbolizes a time of new birth, as the Archangel Gabriel is often depicted in the Annunciation with a white lily for Mary.
How wonderful that these nature messages just appear-- the angels guarantee delivery as they inspire hopeful change is in the air. Nature speaks...and the more you pay attention...the more you'll begin to see the Light. Naturally, you'll gravitate toward the places and things you are meant to experience. Life takes on a whole new dimension, and what blesses one, blesses all.
(The moth plastered on the backdoor like a calling card!)
So be sure to watch for angel messages that may come your way today in many shapes, forms, and sizes, you'll be glad you did.
Love and joyful blessings,