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From a new level on the ascending evolutionary ladder of being.
Red Magnetic Dragon is the Primordial Mother Waters from which All is Birthed.
It is the vibration of Origin; Source; The Cauldron from which All is Generated; The Realm of Nurturance and Wholistic Renewal.
This Restart offers us a potent invitation to forgive our “mistakes” or inadequacies of the past cycle, and start fresh with humility and connection to our own inherent innocence and wholeness.
May we also extend this peaceful vibration by compassionately forgiving All of our Relations, thus offering our hearts and minds as a “clean slate” for the Universe to once again create upon.
The Red Magnetic Dragon always takes us back to the beginning, The Source, The One.
Red Dragon is the primal Mother birthing energy.
Here we are invited to surrender to the unity of source, and immerse in the cauldron of renewal that we may start again, anew, refreshed, reborn…
Red Dragon reminds us to nurture ourselves with mindful compassion, to nurture one another, and to make space to receive the nurturance and riches the Universe has to bestow to our sincere, humble hearts and to our receptive bodies.
The Universe is Abundant with Nurturance for All Beings; All of The Web of Life is Held by the Embrace of the Primordial Loving Beingness the animates us and sustains us. We visit this place of abundant benevolence when we tune into our inner silence, the place that precedes thought and concept – before identity and duality – the empty fullness of blank divine existence conscious of itself – the transparent, gentle glory that thrives and pulses in our heart’s innermost chambers, a seamless breath of Totality.
That feeling awareness is our beingness; it is our interconnectedness; our true nature and home.
As the Indian masters prescribe: “Established in Being, Perform Action.”
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