Over the past 4 years of birthing 72 essences, it has been exciting, challenging, terrorising and humbling experience. At times I was galloping down the road at a fast pace shouting to the world of our discoveries, while for the other part of time I wanted to hide under the covers terrorised by the responsibility of it all. I've had much to heal and reconcile. Now I am learning about the profound qualities and value of patience, allowing myself the time to absorb the lessons offered. Moving it from intellectual data to heart-full integration. Patience and I have always struggled with each other, but now I can see what patience has to offer and what can be solidly built with it.
You can see that we have a new look and format. I have decided to give the newsletter format away as it was always a big job and caused me much procrastination. I feel the blog format will be much easier, simpler and to the point, in other words, short and sweet. We have a new website address www.onegardenessences.com . As a techno challenged person, I met many fears and obstacles to create this website. I am really pleased with the result although there is still much tinkering to do. I invite you to have wander around in our e-garden.
I was reading my last newsletter with the announcement that we had completed the full range of One garden Essences with the birth of Divine Father. I both blushed and chuckled when I read this as there have been a few more additional essences since then. There is an old saying..."show God your plans and She laughs", I can imagine the belly laugh that went across the cosmos when I sent that newsletter out (although in reality I know She would smile and love me anyway). In the next edition I will talk about the new additions, one being Divine Compassion (see photo) and the others are our New Earth Essences. Here is a link to a preview on the New Earth Essences (photos below).
My focus now is to refine One Garden's information/messages. I am now embracing their potent overall message. They certainly are a refinement and new generation in the way we view healing. With anything new, I realise it takes time for people to open to embrace the changes. It comes down to being open to receiving the unique gifts that One Garden offers. I know deeply in my heart that One Garden are the early messengers of new beginnings in the way all healing will be conducted in the future.
I will leave you with this beautiful quote I found the other day, for this has also been my experience with nature.
"I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in." ~ George Washington Carver
I hope you enjoy the spring in the south and the fall in the north, to take time in the garden as precious moments of reflection and soul nurturing.