Vibrations of Love – Blissful Days with Bees

As I walk around the garden singing to the plants, I watch the bees. Which plants are they collecting nectar from? Which plants are at their peak and most beloved by Venus? I follow the bees as they are perfectly evolved to sense the plants communications as they have co-evolved in a sacred dance of love over millions of years.

Once I know which plants are at their peak, I spend time with them and sing of their sacredness, beauty and medicines. I thank them for offering their medicine to the world and all of the beings they have, are and will heal.

Thank you Lavender. Thank you Lavender. You are beautiful. Thank you Lavender. Thank you Lavender. May your heart be full. You fill me with love. You fill me with calm. You sing to my heart and fix all that is wrong. Thank you Lavender. Thank you Lavender. For sharing your medicine. Thank you Lavender. Thank you Lavender. For all that you will be, are and have been. You fill me with hope. You fill me with love. You cleanse my full being, connect me to above. Thank you Lavender. Thank you Lavender. For sharing your medicine. Thank you Lavender. Thank you Lavender. For all that you will be, are, and have been.

Once they are lovingly collected into sacred hexagons, there is no higher vibration of love than bees to fully enliven the plant medicines.


A day learning from the bees is a day spent in dizzy spirals of love, connecting what is below to what is above.

 

 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Tinah Bee says:

    Mmmm, Lavender. Smells good❤❤❤

    1. Yes! There was valerian, St. John’s Wort and mugwort as well, but thought I didn’t need to share the song for every plant! Smile!

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