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Life is becoming stranger and stranger. Fortunately there is a place I can recount my observations and relay any messages I stumble upon.  That place is here.

Let’s begin with peach roses. Occasionally I try to contact my spirit guides. I decided that seeing peach roses in person or as an image would indicate spirit contact. Days went by and I began to forget about it. My resolve faded.

Fast forward a few more days and I am in the hospital. I am surveying my hospital room, taking in the decor. The curtains and wall paper was decorated with peach colored flowers. No identifiable roses, but close enough.

Then a few days later peach roses appeared here at WordPress, in my reader. They were featured on Theanne’s blog, Out of My Mind Images . Please check out her uniquely creative artwork and check out the roses too!

By Rexness from Melbourne, Australia (Faithful Friend) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

According to this site, peach roses can mean gratitude, appreciation, admiration, sympathy, or friendship. I did not know the symbolism when I chose peach roses. I like the unusual color and went with it.

It is interesting to me how spirit confirmation can appear in its own way and on its own timeline. I had tired of waiting and then they appeared. Or one could say that I surrendered and manifested in due time.

Which brings me to a second odd occurrence. I was to attend an astrological lecture by Michael Lutin. I arrived early and took in the beautiful Spring day with a few folks on the porch. As more people began to gather, it became obvious that no one had a key to the front door. Right on cue, Michael arrives. We have met before, but he does not recognize me. That’s okay ; I am quite satisfied that we have had brief exchanges over the years at lectures and conferences.

Michael was quite calm while people shuffled to resolve this missing key problem. The situation seemed surreal. How could this be happening? I am sure you have found yourself here before. I know that I have, and have been known to become angry and frustrated. But the weather could not have been more perfect and I was in the company of a few friends I have not seen in years. I was showered with hugs and plenty of good vibes.

Eventually it was decided that the lecture would be rescheduled. Michael’s main concern was that no one would be uncomfortable or inconvenienced. He did not make it about him. I was quite impressed. We had a short interaction in which I was surprised about his lack of upset about traveling all this way for nothing. He basically stated that things happen, so what are you gonna do? Maybe that was the key we all were in search of, to just allow life to move through us.

 

By Leander Schiefer LeSch (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)], via Wikimedia Commons

I learned more about grace under pressure and that our reactions are everything. Messages from Source can be extremely subtle and often subject to discernment. I was grateful to be outside among like-minded folks on a gorgeous April afternoon. While I do not know when the lecture will take place, perhaps I already received what was needed. The lecture topic is about staying happy during trying times. I find the irony here quite delicious!

 

image credits ~ header image and 1st image wikipedia.org public domain

2nd image by Rexness from Melbourne, Australia (Faithful Friend) (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

3rd image by Leander Schiefer LeSch (Own work)  (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)], via Wikimedia Commons

9 comments on “Peach Roses and Unlocking Life’s Secrets

  1. Theanne aka magnoliamoonpie says:

    Thank you litebeing for the link to my peachy roses 🙂 It’s funny cause I thought of you when I saw the reference to peach colored roses…but didn’t realize at the time you’d created a link. 🙂

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    1. litebeing says:

      Your blog was part of my guides’ reveal so of course it was included. We are all connected in some way 🙂

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      1. Theanne aka magnoliamoonpie says:

        🙂

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  2. So very ironic given the topic of the lecture Linda.. My daughter is a huge inspiration to me.. She says constantly.. ‘It is was it is’ and allows the mayhem to flow over her when chaotic things happen..
    Loved the Peach rose.. Spirit really do know what they are doing and wait a while just to see if we are Paying attention.. 🙂

    So happy you got your confirmation Linda..
    Sending you Loads of Hugs my friend.. Take care, rest and be at Peace my friend

    Love Sue ❤ xxx

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    1. litebeing says:

      Agreed I wonder if others at the gathering were on to the irony also. Spirit is being more obvious lately, but again, sometimes the signs are so subtle and can be easily missed.

      Thanks again for your loving care. I will drink it in and hope you know I am also here for you.

      xo Linda

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      1. Hi Linda.. Yes those subtle signs are there.. My PC had to have major surgery LOL.. a new hard drive.. lots of lessons in there 🙂 of Letting GO..

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  3. Karin says:

    Lovely stories! I love peach roses. I made sure that we got some planted in our garden. Great that they showed up for you at the hospital room.
    The story about the rescheduled meeting is also interesting. Yes, maybe the lesson was to stay calm in trying times. What a great way by the universe to teach that.
    Peace and hugs,
    Karin

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    1. litebeing says:

      I always appreciate your supportive comments. I bet your garden is wonderful! I like roses with unusual colors so peach ( I typed peace,lol!) is on the list.
      The drama with the key was so bizarre, but I learned an important lesson. We don’t always get what we want, but we can get what we need.

      peace and hugs,
      Linda

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