The Wand Position

The Wand Position
Often Used for Magic

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Feeling Rainbows

Rainbow on the Brazil side
Originally uploaded by kimbar
Have you ever looked at a rainbow and felt an odd feeling - slightly uncomfortable. This is not typical is it?

When looking at a rainbow, normally we admire its beauty and sometimes are even thrilled to see it unexpectedly - to say nothing of a double rainbow eh - but there are moments, times occasionally yes, when you'll look at a rainbow and you'll feel an odd sense of discomfort.

Know that there is nothing "wrong" with the rainbow but what is going on is that this rainbow is actually meant for others.

That doesn't mean that you're being excluded from viewing the rainbow but the energy that the rainbow gives off, and they do give off energy, is meant for others and they might not even be human beings. They might be animals or they might be a group of people or beings - one does not know.

Here's what to do. If you ever get that feeling but you want to see the rainbow take a quick glance but towards the top of the rainbow not towards the bottom where it's touching the earth or it seems to touch the earth.

If you do that and don't stare at it, it won't feel uncomfortable but the best thing to do in that circumstance is take that quick glance and then if you're not driving or doing anything with machinery or holding the baby or anything like that close your eyes because the picture of the rainbow will still be there. It won't last but it will be there and you can enjoy it.

Now there are other occasions when you might look at a rainbow and it feels marvelous - even better then usual - even extraordinary, not just its beauty but it feels wonderful. On this occasion it's very possible that that rainbow was meant for you and/or for people around you or for a group in which you're included.

So just know that rainbows do give off energy. They do support us, not only with color but with the light particles that one can actually see if you're close enough.

Just a reminder about the beauties of Earth and how we can assimilate them in the most benevolent way.

Goodlife to you all and goodnight.

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