Dear Beach Walkers,
There is something magical that happens at the beach. The barefoot grounding to Mother Earth. The calming of the ocean. It naturally sets our rhythm. We slow down and appreciate the moment. We breathe again.
Three years ago, my husband, Pierre, walked Moonlight Beach. He was thinking of me and praying for me. And two sunflowers washed up from the Pacific Ocean. This happened on Sunflower Guerrilla Gardening Day. He was overjoyed because sunflowers are my favorite flower. They represent God’s love.
This week, Pierre encouraged me to get out of my office and walk the beach with him. I was exhausted, but I needed the outing. He brought me to his favorite rock where he meditates. We removed our shoes and just sat. He asked me to come closer. I did. And we breathed as the water washed our feet. I came home and was totally rejuvenated.
Yesterday, Pierre ventured to the beach.
And yes, I remained at my computer, typing away.
Pierre texted me. It was a picture of him, holding three sunflowers. Three years later, three sunflowers washed up to his favorite place… the rock where he meditates… the rock where we connected and rejuvenated.
I received the image, and I cried because my eyes, ears, heart, mind are open. I received confirmation that we are guided, loved and supported from the universe. God has our back!
I opened up my Angel Numbers 101 by Doreen Virtue. Three is Pierre’s favorite number. And I read: “The ascended masters are helping you – usually this means an ascended master you feel close to – for example, Jesus, Quan Yin, a saint, or some other spiritual/religious figure.”
Life is beautiful. Life is magical.
Life moves at a fast pace. You must slow down, tune in, and connect to the array of wonder. It brings meaning, understanding, compassion, love, and confirmation in every moment. It settles us!
Next time you walk the beach… May you delight in the wonder. May you notice the synchronicities. May you let go and let God. May you receive all the goodness and joy in every moment. May you keep your eyes, ears, heart, and mind open. May you discover the treasure in the present moment.
Pierre just discovered three sunflowers on the beach near his favorite rock.