Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Drumming a New Song: An Angel Message

This BIG beautiful pileated woodpecker sang out at lunch time yesterday, heralding an unusual call. I wasn't sure what bird song until  his expansive wings flew over the fence and he landed on the old orange tree.  I stopped eating lunch to run for my phone. 

He was busy doing the woodpecker drill, hammering the old tree trunk. I thanked him for being messenger and he soon flew away in the sunshine.

 But the show was not over.  A half dozen smaller red headed woodpeckers glided over the garden and joined us for lunch at the birdfeeder.  One by one they dropped down from the trees to grab a seed or two.

Woodpeckers were significant and so I did some research. One of the signals of the pileated woodpecker is to follow your own unique rhythm.  Be wary of others trying to nudge you into a rhythm that is not comfortable for you.  It's time to trust your own instincts even if you do not quite understand them.  Do what works in the manner best for you as the foundation is there.  Take your thoughts and give them action.  It is safe for you to do so.

Take flight and keep praying for guidance.

Enjoy your day with the Angels.

Love and joyful blessings,

Rae Karen

(Reference: Animal-Wise Ted Andrews)