Message from Moon Mama

Hello Dear Moon Family,

I know that we are all addressing this time of challenge with hearts of concern for all. I hope this message finds you, your family, and loved ones safe and well.

I wanted to share that, yes; I am open and shipping orders. I am taking great care to insure your products are filled with extra love, because isn’t love what we all need most right now?  To support each of you on this journey, I am sharing a gift with every order.  I hope you find each gift helpful and calming.

In addition, the most recent batch was created under the energy of the Spring Equinox to share in mother earths regenerative power and a reminder of how we can grow even during challenging times. 

I also wanted to share this beautiful story of the transformation of the dragonfly.  It warmed my heart when I listened to Richard Rudd's talk on the 55th Gene Key called, “The Dragonfly’s Dream”. The following is excerpted from his book, I hope you find it inspiring for yourself:

Dragonflies spend much of their early lives underwater. As underwater insects they are known as nymphs, and unlike most pond insects they do not have to come to the surface for air. For most of their lives, nymphs live totally underwater where they are highly successful predators, feeding on anything from leaf litter to small fish. During this stage of its life, the nymph goes through a series of molts - stages of maturity in which it sheds its skin but still remains a nymph. These stages of the insect’s life can last several years, and during this time it has no idea whatsoever of what kind of future lies ahead. It is undergoing a series of hidden mutations. Then, one day, all of a sudden, some sleeping gene deep within is triggered and the nymph does something totally out of character - it finds the stalk of a nearby plant and climbs out of the water. For the first time in its life it tastes air and direct sunlight. Once the nymph has left the safety of its underwater environment, the sunlight begins to work on it, catalyzing what will be its final molt. It is at this stage that the true magic occurs, as the advanced creature hidden within the nymph cracks the outer larval skin. Over a period of several hours, four crumpled wings appear and the distinctive slender thorax begins to uncurl. What is of great metaphorical relevance at this stage concerns the element of water. As the emerging dragonfly rises out of the element of water and prepares to be reborn into a new life in the element of air, the water that still lies within its body becomes the key to the transformation process. Through a process of hydraulics, the water within the nymph’s body is pumped into the emerging wings and thorax, causing them to unfurl and spread out for the first time. In other words, the dragonfly assumes its aerodynamic shape by means of the water from its old life. This water is what drives its mutation from nymph to dragonfly. As soon as all the water is expended and the dragonfly is fully extended, it takes to the air and begins its new life.”

The life cycle of the dragonfly is a perfect metaphor for the awakening of the gift of personal freedom. The raw energy of ones emotions becomes the vehicle for the unfurling of your future awareness and once that awareness is born, your life is forever changed.

And as Charles Eisenstein so eloquently shares in his Coronation essay:

"Covid-19 is showing us that when humanity is united in common cause, phenomenally rapid change is possible. ...Covid demonstrates the power of our collective will when we agree on what is important. What else might we achieve, in coherency? What do we want to achieve, and what world shall we create? That is always the next question when anyone awakens to their power."

Take care dear Moon Family, and please feel free to email me with any questions you may have at I am here.

Love, Peace, & Togetherness.

Wishing you the Moon & the Stars,
Moon Mama

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