It's Thursday, May 6th; a '7' day, numerologically (did you take a walk? Or spend time in nature?)
and a 'leaf' day (at this point), biodynamically.
Originally, I had planned a trip to Saratoga - instead, I found myself in the passenger seat of Chris' car, after dropping my car off for new bushings. (I swear! That's what they're called!!)
The ride became a series of happy synchronicities, which included a phone call with Carla and Clara, a trip to two Home Depots, and sushi.
On the way back, I was able to catch a sequence of photographs through the Covered Bridge in Cornish, NH to Windsor, VT.
It made me realize how grateful I am to have opportunities as a passenger, as well as a driver.
It was great to learn that this is the longest bridge in Vermont - see how hard it is to see the 'light at the end of this tunnel'?
Another great metaphor for where we are right now, collectively. Really shadowy, dark stuff is surfacing, including information about Geoengineering and Transhumanism, which Elana Freeland has been writing and talking about for years.
It's easy to want to ignore and dismiss it.
To me, though, it's like this tunnel: the best way out is through.
And as we realize that we are more than just our bodies, that we have souls, consciousness, and a purpose on this planet at this time, we can choose to see this as the grand evolutionary adventure that it is: learning how to transcend the Matrix.
Timely, too, that we are all unifying in awareness of connection, huh?
"Gate 2 The Receptive Gate of the Direction of Self The Driver Receptivity as the primal base through which any response is determined, the root of action. Holding us in the illusion of our separateness."
So, I am the passenger - and the driver?
...and we are all reaching the light at the end of the tunnel!