The Red Road is a Journey Not a Destination

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Remember if you go back to the issues you missed and take each section and paste it into a document you will end up with a teaching on that subject.  For instance, start a document on Using Sacred Space and each time copy and paste what is here into the document.  After you have added, all of the information, you will have a teaching on Using Sacred Space.  If you missed any of these go to the link above and you can see the missed issues.

Thought for the Day
 
The
Red Road is a journey not a destination

Learning to walk in a good way will take the rest of your life.  There is never a point where you have arrived, and the journey is over.  The lessons you learn will change and hopefully get easier as you learn to listen and grow.

We believe that each person walks their own path.  Each person is responsible for the consequences of their actions.

When we learn to take responsibility for our own life that is when we can start to change our lives.  As we change and learn the things around us change.  That is one of the universal laws that you hear people talk about. It is set in stone that when we change things around us change.  Over the next few days, we will spend time talking about change in our lives.

Sacred Space

When in Sacred Space you should always remember to pray for others.  It can be children, grandchildren, soldiers, family, friends, and the list goes on.  When you pray it is important that you do not interfere in someone’s life with your prayer.  Do not pray for specific outcomes for someone.   For instance if someone has a problem with alcohol you would not pray for them to stop drinking you would pray that they would learn what they need to quickly so whatever is best in their life can happen.

We always spend time praying for whatever is best for the people whom we pray for, but at the same time we think we know what is best for them.  For instance, if one of my daughters were in a bad relationship I would not pray for her to get out of the relationship. I would pray that whatever is best for my daughter happen.  That if is it best they stay together then heal the relationship and if it is not best for them to stay together then for Creator to show her that.

It can be hard to pray that way because we want our outcome or result and that may not be best.

Cedar

Next issue we will talk about Juniper.  In the meantime do a little research on your own and see what you find.

Here is a good place to start http://botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/j/junipe11.html

This site is owned by the people I get my herbs from Mountain Rose Herbs

Labradorite

Labradoritestone

The reason I mentioned that is if Labradorite cleanses or chases away negative things like anxiety, depression and hopelessness then it has to replace it with something. Labradorite brings strength, enthusiasm, new ideas and an increase in self-confidence.  It also brings to us clear thinking, and helps us cooperate with others in a good way.

People who have rheumatism and arthritis this is a great stone to carry.  The energy from the stone is said to help heal joint problems, bone problems and to help with back pain.

If the surface of Labradorite becomes cloudy, then you need to clean it by placing it in water, in the sun for at least four days.  It will allow the stone to regenerate and refresh.

If you want to know more about cleaning and caring for stones, here is one of the best that I know of   Secrets of Crystal Healing Luc Bourgault

The Wind is my Mother

As you read chapter three your challenge it to find four things that you can take and apply to your life.   You are looking for four things that if you apply them, it will make a difference in your life.  There are more then four things that you can use in the chapter, so it will be easy to find four.

All the books we talk about or read together that should always be your goal.  Finding things that you can apply to your life and change things for the better

Talk Soon

Firebear

About Fire Bear

I am a professional storyteller, Native American Flute Player, herbalist and a seeker of knowledge and sharer of what I have learned. My wife and I run Acorn Haven Spiritual Center in Kentucky. I have been a Rodeo Clown, Deputy Sheriff, Newspaper Editor, Business Owner, Truck Driver, Part-time College Professor, spiritual counselor, teacher, alternative healer and much more. My wife and I have been helping people with addictions for over 20 years. We help by helping them find the spiritual tools they need to make changes in their lives. I believe this gives me the ability to write about diverse subjects. My writing is always sprinkled with a unique point of view and humor.
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One Response to The Red Road is a Journey Not a Destination

  1. Annie Marie Peters says:

    Lately, I’ve noticed that I have a hard time feeling comfortable where I am in life. I’m always reaching for more. As you said, life should be about the journey, not the destination. This is a great point for me to meditate on today. Thank you for sharing your wisdom, Fire Bear!

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