Cerato Calling - Following the Signs
I keep getting called to make the 38 Bach flower essences and I have thought oh yeah, I could make that a project SOMEDAY....
Well,- it can be much more graceful than that. They will just show up in the perfect moment- oh how usual.
I have a start- as I already made the Mustard Essence a while back in Peru. (It is called I am Gratitude)
So this beautiful periwinkle colored flower keeps calling out to me, and I'm trying to remember the name of the flower that keeps talking to me. Ahhhhh Plumbago.... otherwise known as Cerato, and a Bach flower essence.
I mentioned to my tea date, Koni, that Cerato kept calling me. She said good, I hope you make it soon, I could use it. (hmmmmm I'm thinking.) Then I was saying that sometimes I get a group together when I make an essence. She added quietly (I don't even know if she remembers she said it) "or you could make it by yourself". It is pleasant to make essences with people, when that group comes gracefully together, and it is also a most beautiful thing to do alone- and it takes lots less organization.
On Saturday (Aug.2) morning I woke up wondering if I would go to Yoga or to Latin Aerobics and realized I didn't want to go to either. Then I found myself fasting in the morning. Then the super strong urge to go to my land. I had the day free, and that was the only thing that seemed fun. That was the only thing that had light and energy around it when I thought of doing it. I put on a white shirt, which I often do when I make essences, but not often when I am going up to the land to work in the dirt... Then the Cerato started talking again...I'm thinking, I don't need this project right now- so much going on with new ideas and web site etc. And still, the flower is relentless.
I had been feeling restless with the eclipse and apparently lots going on astrologically for me- and thinking of making an essence sounded really relaxing and made me feel happy, so I gathered my bowl and scissors and some sacred activated healing water and went to Trader Joe's for some vodka and headed up to the mountain. I drive this drive nearly every day, and this day what do I see for the first time. Cerato. all along the center of the highway for nearly a mile. All blooming and laughing and saying hey- we are a SIGN! I got to the land, and there was the Cerato, in perfect bloom and happy to see me. Everyone on the land quietly vanished, leaving me there in such sweet peace, to make the essence. Everything went beautifully. As I like it, every thing that could go right, went right.
I came home and was talking to my friend Coral and she was telling me what an important day it is. Lammas- a cross quarter day-the day in between the equinox and solstice, and- in the energy of the eclipse. All so good, with so many gracious signs.
The essence is called I am Confidence. I describe the Star Essences from the outcome we expect. The Cerato is very similar to the Bach flower essence, and made in a new octave. I know this essence is something that I am calling for. I am choosing confidence to take Star Essence to the next octave.
I felt Dr. Bach's presence so strongly when I was making the essence, and saw a gigantic smile from him.
I thought I would make a couple of gemstone essences while I was at it, and Cerato wanted all of my attention. In fact, a Tibetan crystal I thought that I would be making an essence completely vanished. (It returned later) As I was making the Cerato essence I looked over, and right there was Mustard- being friends with Cerato-- and I looked behind me, and there was another flower calling. Rock Rose. (another Bach flower) There was one beautiful flower blooming, and lots and lots of buds. It is telling me it wants to be next in that line.
So the prologue to this is that I started taking Cerato- I Am Confidence immediately. (subtitle- I trust my own decisions) and on 8-8-08 I made a decision that has been eluding me for 2 1/2 years. I shook hands and contracted to have a guy do my new website. Then I went into bliss. I will also add that Dr. Bach seems to be sitting with me often these days, smiling.