Eliza: November Full Moon & a Visitor
This morning I started my morning walk at 6:17 a.m. or about ten minutes before the ‘crack of dawn’, just after the main street lamps went off and the Eastern skies were beginning to glow with the approach of the sun… or the planet making its usual rotation.
There were fewer clouds in the sky, which was turning from an inky gray-blue, to a faded blue and then finally, to a robin’s egg blue, splashed with golden rimmed clouds. The full Blue Moon of Halloween was now a silvery disk in the pale sky to the west.
Every morning, I encounter all kinds of little animals. This morning, I encountered a small garter snake, a wiggly little creature who soon retreated out of my way. As usual, I was curious as to the message the snake (first one I’ve seen in this neighborhood) had to share. Of course, there are many interpretations of snakes, but I thought the following was interesting:
“Snake symbolism can mean many different things. These differences are especially true when you consider that it is indigenous to most parts of the world. You can find its mythology in many different cultures. Therefore, in some places, the snake meaning can be entirely dissimilar than that of its neighbors. We have touched on several distinct species with their local interpretations. On this page, we divide snake totem into categories of “common,” “constrictors,” and “venomous.”
Snake Symbolism and Meanings
“Traditionally, snake dream interpretation is varied, so you will have to consider other aspects of the dream. It also explores the colors and actions of this intriguing creature. In this case, snake symbolism is letting you know that transformation is now in progress. In other words, you will be shedding old skin and emotions and transforming them into something bigger and better. Thus, similar to the growth and transformation of the angelfish, snake meaning is letting you know that change is in the wind. It also reminds you that you are at the center of it all as the catalyst. Therefore, to smoothen the process, make sure that your intentions are clear. You must also have a clear sense of the direction that you wish to strikeout. Moreover, the snake’s meaning is letting you know that these changes are safe. There is no need to fear them.
“In some cases, snake symbolism is also reminding you to stay connected to yourself. There is information that you require. Observe both the tiny vibrations in the earth and the warmth and smells of the air and sky. Furthermore, when we learn to connect with our surroundings, we can continue to grow. Thus, we can discard the trappings of the past.”
GARTER SNAKE SYMBOLISM
“When this type of snake meaning shows up, it is an indication that you are now entering a highly creative period in your life. Thus, you should be initiating and acting on as many ideas as possible. Do this even if it seems that these actions are premature. The percentages are with you at this time.”
P.S. Snakes also represent Kundalini, sexuality, sensuality, Earth energies
Depending on the timing of certain upcoming events in my life, change is certainly a possibility, a high probability I would add. Which is fine with me. I am ready to move on, adjust, and see what’s new on the horizon, whether in meeting new people, exploring new regions, or diving head-long into creative endeavors.
I encourage all of you to discover what truly resonates with your inner soul and make the needed changes in your world, whether releasing old fears and outdated beliefs, relationships that no longer support your growth, moving home/job/location… depending, of course, on your financial means.
I continue to write my books and travel through inner space via meditation and contemplation.
Discover the peace that exists eternally within your own Heart space. It’s there for you to enter, free of charge!
I AM Eliza, sending love and encouragement to all of the brave hearts who are here on the Earth plane today experiencing the major shift of consciousness we are transitioning through today and into the next several decades – one day at a time, one step at a time, individually and as a collective.
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