Now, I know that pigeons and doves are closely related. I also know what they each look like.

I feel the need to say that because while my life has been pretty magical lately, even I sometimes am astounded.

Today I was pulling into a parking lot taking my girls to swim lessons and two cars down were two doves. Not pigeons. Doves. Just sitting as still as they could be looking at me.

It was I who noticed them this time. I pointed them out to my girls, but they were clearly there for me. They watched us get out of the truck and walk away, never even moving.

They are beautiful birds with clear, knowing eyes.

Dove/Pigeon’s Wisdom Includes:

  • Brings peace and love

  • Understanding of gentleness

  • Spirit messenger

  • Communicates between the two worlds

From http://www.geocities.com/~animalspirits/index20.html


While thinking about the term “Womb Whisperer,” I came across this last night:

From the book Shakti Woman: Feeling Our Fire, Healing the World, The New Female Shamanism.

“A woman shaman, like a spider spinning, must learn to lead from the womb. To move our attention from the head to the belly, from the mind to the body, a woman must learn to read the signals and learn to trust them. Otherwise she’ll never be sure of the difference between her intuition and those little fearful voices in her head that tell her to be careful, stop, don’t and so on.”

I’m feeling the need to give my other grandmother some credit today.  My father’s mother is the grandmother I spoke of in an earlier post, the one who spoke to animals.  She had many other mystical qualities too, but mostly she was an Earth mother.  She was very much connected to the Earth and its inhabitants.

My mother’s mother on the other hand was very “airy.”  She was an Aquarius.  She was also a nurse.  She finished nursing school in the 1930s when there really weren’t that many women in colleges at all.

She was a healer.  She worked in a hospital for a little while but mostly she made house calls.  When I was a child I went with her on some of these calls and many of them did not involve traditional nursing practices at all.  Sometimes it only involved Love.  Do you understand what I mean?  Sometimes these people only needed my grandmother’s love.

That is what healing is really all about.

My teacher says that sometimes the people who come to her only need to be touched.  That is the healing for them.

Several months ago I decided that my new field of study would be LOVE.

And here I am.

Thanks grandma GG and grandma T. 🙂

I have suddenly developed a gift for super intuition.  I have been practicing remote healings (really they are energy readings) on friends and people I don’t even know.  Every time I  do this I  know things about them all that I would have had no other way of knowing, other than intuition.

Every time I am right.  I haven’t done one yet that was not on target.

I told my teacher about this on Friday.  She called me a “Womb Whisperer.”  I really like that term.  She said she can also do this and that it was my gift.

She is going to teach me other things that I can do remotely, especially for healing, but for now my instructions are to keep practicing.

I created this category so that I can keep track of all my whisperings in one place.

I’ll be back to post about ones I’ve already done.

The first time I saw my teacher take out her feather fan, I gasped.  My heart sang and danced.  Just seeing them had an instantaneous and profound affect on me.  They were beautiful.

She wouldn’t let us touch them.

This weekend I found out that they were given to her when the Native People initiated her as a Shaman.

My question was answered.

I took my daughter to the E.R. the other night. She woke up from a long nap with a fever and had been complaining about painful urination. I knew it was a UTI and rather than wait to see the pediatrician whom we haven’t been to in almost two years, I brought her to the ER. I knew she’d need an antibiotic.

When we got there we pulled into the parking lot next to a mini van with a roof rack. My three and a half year old immediately pointed out two birds sitting on the roof rack of the van. They were so still. I told my daughter that they were not real but they were nice. She assured me that they were real. Finally I saw one of them blink.

They were doves. I know doves well because my younger daughter and I hear them all day long. We have pictures of them and often listen to their call over the computer.

The parking spaces at the hospital are tight. Those birds did not even flinch when I opened our doors, got out, closed them and walked away. They sat right there.

I took this as a good sign. I had been manifesting no waiting, and an easy visit at the ER. That’s just what we got.

My daughter and I even sat outside on a bench in the hospital courtyard when it was all over just gazing at the night sky together. It was beautiful.

The next time you’re out walking around try to see everything as if it were YOU. Look at everything as if you are looking in a mirror. Do it for more than a minute. Try it for as long as you can. If judgmental thoughts creep in, let them move on through. Keep looking around you and seeing yourself in everything.

See yourself in a squirrel, in a tree, in a road sign, in another human being – maybe an “ugly one” or an “unhappy looking person.” See yourself in the sky, in the traffic, in the sounds tht you hear.

Sometimes I’m really good at remembering this throughout my day. I should be, I’ve been intentionally practicing this for several months now. It’s helping me release judgment about things, which is a requirement for real spiritual growth. Other times, one judgment after another comes and it’s hard to release and know that we are all the Same. IT is all the Same.

Practice with me and let me know how you feel afterward!

I guarantee that if you do this exercise with regularity it will completely change your life experience. This is a sure pathway to Bliss.