Truth transcends illusion.– Colette Baron-Reid
Once Upon A Time
the Mayan Goddess, Ix-Chel, bore the Sun God four sons, named for the four directions. Each son was responsible for holding up his corner of the sky.
Sadly, the steamy love affair ended tragically when Ix-Chel’s grandfather expressed his disapproval by striking her down with a lightening bolt.
For the next 183 days she laid lifeless as hundreds of whimsical dragonflies surrounded her corpse and sang to her. Miraculously she was revived, and returned to the palace of the Sun God.
The dragonfly teaches us to be open to wisdom beyond the three-dimensional world. There is much that we cannot see with our five senses. Pay attention to the divine signs to see past the illusion of our linear world. They may be nudging you to fulfill your soul’s highest calling.
- Golden Labradorite
- Honey (Amber) Calcite
- Blue prehnite
- Lily of the Valley
- Blue Tansy