My first blog post! Stay tuned for musings on anything from Numerology, the Essene Gospels, Gnosticism, Sound and Vibration, and of course, Journeys, both inner and outer.
But I'm starting with something more whimsical. Anyone remember Teslas’ song, “Signs”?
The chorus goes:
“Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs
Fuckin' up the scenery, breakin' my mind
"Do this, don't do that", can't you read the sign?”
My website has recently been re-activated with a new look, and may have its own “Signs.” For example, I took a trip to Florida recently to join Lorraine Hendry Meyer, a Eupsychia-certified colleague, in offering an Integrative Breathwork event. She was also kind enough to arrange for me an evening book-reading from my novel, The Crystal Cave, that included providing attendees with an experience of Jonathan Goldman’s chakra toning. I’m very grateful to Lorraine for also giving me the privilege of using her healing room for some tuning fork sessions while I was there.
So…. You may be wondering what does this have to do with signs?
I am one who tends to read signs. I can also speak from experience that there are those who do not. Which is OK. But here are some signs I’m very glad I caught.
When crossing the Georgia/Florida border, on I-95 going south into Florida: “Goodbye peaches. Hello beaches.” Clever, no?
On the approach to Blue Spring State Park in central Florida the road goes up a slight rise. I mean, slight. Perhaps like overpasses on the Interstate in Illinois, where jokes have it that those overpasses are the highest points in the state. It would barely qualify as a bump in Spokane where I live, and would be non-existent in mountain states like Colorado or Wyoming.
The point, please? As one comes up to this rise, there’s a sign on the right – you know, one of those diamond-shaped yellow traffic signs – that reads “Hill Blocks View.” I had to guffaw. You think??? That merited a photo. Call me crazy if you like.
There will be more on signs "down the road somewhere" in a future post. (Perhaps on the other side of that hill!)
Till then, keep an eye open for those little treasures!
Susan C. Moyer, MSW
Is a sound healer and transformational coach. She has 25+ years experience in using alternate states of consciousness to access deeper healing on all levels: physical, psychological, mental and spiritual.