Cat’s Morning Bits Monday March 13, 2023
Good Morning Beautiful Souls! Grab a cup of your favorite morning brew and start things off with “Today’s Inspirations”. I hope you find something here that will make you feel good or help you on your path today.
“It was cold and windy, scarcely the day
to take a walk on that long beach
Everything was withdrawn as far as possible,
indrawn: the tide far out, the ocean shrunken,
seabirds in ones or twos.
The rackety, icy, offshore wind
numbed our faces on one side;
disrupted the formation
of a lone flight of Canada geese;
and blew back the low, inaudible rollers
in upright, steely mist.”
Elizabeth Bishop, The End of March
March 7 Full Storm Moon 4:40 am PST/ 5:40 am MST / 7:40 am EDT
March 12 Daylight Savings Time Ends at 2am
March 17 St. Patrick’s Day
March 18 Celtic Month of Alder begins
March 20 Spring Equinox/ Ostara
March 21 New Moon at 10:23 am PST/ 11:23 am MST/ 1:23 pm EDT
Spirit Library: TURQUOISE AURA MEANING: UNDERSTANDING THE ENERGY AND SYMBOLISM BEHIND THE COLOR
As humans, we are surrounded by different colors, each with its unique energy and symbolism.
Sigil Magic Spell Bag For New Beginnings – How to make a magic sigil – Magical Crafting
Spirituality & Health: How Birdwatching Can Help Manage Depression, Anxiety, and Grief
by Tammah Watts
A mental health practitioner explores how her birdwatching practice supported her—and can support us all—through some of life’s greatest challenges.
Learn Religions: Celebrating Ostara, the Spring Equinox
By Patti Wigington
Updated on July 03, 2019
With the arrival of March comes the promise of spring—the month is said to roar in like a lion, and if we’re really lucky, roll out like a lamb
MBG: Why Astrologers Want You To Look Out For “Emotional Landmines” This Week
This is a week to stay alert and think twice before signing yourself up for anything you can deliver on. Here’s your horoscope, from the AstroTwins.
Exemplore: 100 Strong Pagan Names for Mythic Men
JENNIFER BOVEFEB 26, 2023
A to Z Male Names From World Mythology
There are thousands of fascinating names found among the world’s ancient cultures, ranging from sun gods to volcanic spirits, storm bringers, and sacred trees.
Treehugger: 8 Owls You Might Hear at Night & Their Haunting Calls
Who said that?
After the sun goes down, daytime birds turn over the airwaves to an eerier night shift. Of all the bazaar avian voices darkness conjures, few can fill a forest with nocturnal ambience quite like an owl.
Patheos-Pagan: Mermen in Myths and Folklore
MARCH 2, 2023 BY NIINA NISKANEN
Origins of the Sea Folk
Stories of the seafolk have been told around the world since the beginning of time. Mysterious waters have always captivated people´s imagination.
Pagan Playlist: OMNIA (Official) – Fee Ra Huri
RESPONSIBILITY BRINGS POWER
“To be tested is good. The challenged life may be the best therapist.”
— Gail Sheehy
What holds you back from being all that you are?
In your journal, list at least 5 things that hold you back.
Now review your answers. Have you blamed people or factors outside of yourself?
It’s important to understand that ALL obstructions are rooted in our internal blocks. Even the problems that appear to be outside of us are only reflecting back to us problems we have inside. Once we address our inner issues, the outer problems disappear.
Be personally accountable for everything in your life and watch your perspectives shift. We claim our power when we accept responsibility for our lives.
“Conscious evolution begins as we take responsibility for clearing our own obstructions.”
— Dan Millman
A Note from the Universe
You can make anything happen,.
After all, who do you think put the stars in the sky?
Who do you think teaches each bird to fly?
And who do you think I mean when I say, “Me, myself, and I”?
Life, good –
Today’s Recipe: One-Skillet Mexican Quinoa
This Mexican quinoa dish is one of those one-skillet recipes that’s perfect for feeding a large family. And the kids love it! Serve it for Cinco de Mayo or any night of the week.
Magical Correspondences for Monday
Magickal Intentions: Psychic Sensitivity, Women’s Mysteries, Tides, Waters, Emotional Issues, Agriculture, Animals, Female Fertility, Messages, Theft, Reconciliations, Voyages, Dreams and Merchandise
Incense: African Violet, Honeysuckle, Myrtle, Willow, Wormwood
Star Sign: Cancer
Power Colors: Silver, White and Gray
Herbs& Plants: Night Blooming Flowers, Willow Root, Orris Root, Birch, Motherwort, Vervain, White Rose and White Iris
Sacred Stones: Carnelian, Moonstone, Aquamarine, Pearl, Clear Quartz, Flourite, Geodes
Oil: (Moon) Jasmine, Lemon, Sandalwood
Deities include Artemis, Diana, Luna, Selene, Thoth
Daily Tarot: Death
The Death card in Tarot is a card of major transformation and new beginnings, and it probably won’t be easy. The Death card meaning in a Tarot reading is about transformation, passage, and change. The basic symbols of the Death card are Death as a skeleton in black robes or armor. There may also be a scythe or a flag featuring a five-petaled rose. There may be other figures in the field, the most common and recurring is that of a child.
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