I’m taking an interesting class with animal communicator Elizabeth Ayer Lee called “Becoming Dr. Dolittle.” Elizabeth is a lovely person and a bright spirit, and I highly recommend her if you’re in need of an animal communicator.
In the first session of the class, she gave us a simplfied explanation of quantum entanglement, a mechanical phenomenon where an action performed on one particle affects another, even when the two are separated by great distances.
Elizabeth said that before the Big Bang, we were literally all connected and all one. The Big Bang separated us and all matter in the Universe, but it didn’t separate us energetically. That’s why we’re still connected on an energetic level and can communicate with all beings telepathically.
I’d never heard the Big Bang offered as part of the explanation of entanglement before, and it kind of makes sense. We’re all connected – just spread out across great distances.
Elizabeth is graciously sharing her knowledge of animal communication in the class, and I’m hoping to develop my intuitive and psychic abilities.
On a more down-to-earth note, it’s still cold and raining buckets here, but I’m starting to see early signs of spring. The crocosmias are the first plants to flower in my garden, and they’re in full bloom right now.
The sweet violets are peeking out, and I can smell their beautiful scent when I walk through the front yard.
My huge ceanothus is beginning to bloom, which delights the bees.
And of course the oxalis, which is considered a weed, but I like it’s cheery yellow flowers, so I let it stay.
The birds are beginning to nest, and spring is right around the corner. I’m looking forward to seeing the sun again! It’s been a dark and gloomy winter for us, but I do appreciate all of the rain.
How has winter been for you this year? Are you seeing signs of spring yet? I’d enjoy hearing your thoughts. You can share them with us in the comments section below.
With love and appreciation,
Painintg at top: “Spring Break,” diptych, 36″ x 48″, repurposed acrylic latex paint on canvas