Wednesday, March 28, 2012

upcoming post

I plan on writing a post on how certain abductees will take on the role of communicator. They will share their experiences as if they simply don't have a choice, or perhaps as if they are impelled to do so from some outside force. And by outside force, I mean them.

I post this here as a reminder to myself. And by reminder I mean kick-in-the-pants.


Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I'm reading a book at the moment called,
"The Healing Wisdom of Birds"
by Lesley Morrison.

It's about all kinds of birds,but she really confesses her love for owls being her favourite.

I don't know if she has had contact experiences,but just see how she writes the introduction to her book...I think you might relate to it in some way;

"When I undertook this project ,many people asked me why I felt compelled to write a whole book about birds.My answer? I was haunted day and night,until I did.The universe has a funny way of making its advice known,and after challenging encounters and rescues with feathered creatures I finally got the message.I became alerted to the silent mission before me,and was compelled by an unyielding insistence to pay closer attention to birds and their world.So I remained haunted until the final manuscript was complete."

I'll write part of her interesting comments on the owl section of her book in the next comment.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

This is the second part of my comment from above.

Chapter on;

"Owl will always be the dearest bird species to me,and I have had many sad and spiritual encounters with this magnificent bird of prey......
The owl has traditionally been very close to the spirit worlds,and associations between the owl,death,and magic are quite prominent and widespread.........
If owl chooses you as a student,you are to become aware of all that move in the dark,These could be hidden motives,thoughts,or emotions within you or others that have been kept from the light of awareness.Or there may be a hidden gift of clairvoyance and magic that needs nurturing when owl appears.Owl is the guardian spirit of many magicians and shamans,and often portends a time of deep learning or training in the ways of magical sight and manifestation.Owl people can pierce the normal boundaries of space and time,and are quite adept at traveling back and forth between worlds.
Having the owl as a totem is not always an easy experience.In fact,I consider owl's medicine to be among the most challenging.....
Owl people are usually solitary and must sometimes take hits from those without a firm spiritual understanding.
Owl spirit guides will often visit their human companions in the dream-time.This is where the owl imparts wisdom through dream symbolism and imagery".

continued in next comment...

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

continued from my last comment;

"The owl person must learn about archetypes-universal symbolic images-in order to decipher owl's hidden messages.Symbolism is the crux of magic,and must be studied carefully by the owl person.
Owl people are often troubled by an innate wisdom of the universe that finds no expression or validation in the affairs of humans.They disdain many social structures,and find it difficult to maintain close relationships with people in general.Many people aligned with owl find that retreat from the disenchanted world is the greatest path to understanding,and owl will often guide those with it's medicine away from their normal preoccupation with everyday activities by instilling a sense of disappointment in the owl soul person.This sense of discontent eventually leads the owl person into deep exploration of the hidden worlds.The spirit of owl seems to haunt their very souls,as if a constant reminder of the illusory nature of life on earth".

Could be worth a looking into her work?
The owl stuff might be interesting?
I came across her book by a sync and then decided to start reading it after this post;

after a sync on a friends sync blog.

And then I tried backing some of those syncs up on my blog...although it could be hard for people who haven't been following my blog...which is just really a diary of my syncs, understand my writings.But here is the link,anyway -

Red Pill Junkie said...

What an interesting paragraph Darren. Muchas gracias :)

Lesley Morrison said...

I thank you for your kind words Darren, and I am thrilled that my message of the owl meant something to you. I am working on another bird project with artist/author Lisa Hunt that i think you may can check out the link on and go to her bird oracle blog. I hope to hear more of your thoughtful feedback again.

Lesley Morrison - author of "The Healing Wisdom of Birds"

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I didn't expect a reply from the author herself,on this blog.
Surprised would be an understatement.
I loved reading your book Lesley and highly recommend it to the bird-lovers out there.I gave it a five star review on Amazon after reading it,I thought it was that good.
I must confess though that I'm not really an owl person...I do like them and am waiting for them to flock into my life,but I am really a crow and kingfisher
(includes kookaburra...I live in Australia)
person,mainly crows though.They are around my house almost 24/7 and I'm quite fond of them,they are very intelligent creatures and if I had a totem bird it would be the crow...or the Sacred Kingfisher;

As you can see in my post above,if you read my kingfisher story,I had placed a sticker/decal on the window to honour the bird that hit it,more as a reminder of our meeting to me,more than anything else.
And I had to chuckle when on page 222 (a number that figures a bit in my life,BTW)
of your book you wrote,
"You can do very simple things to help birds avoid these dangers.Put decals on your windows so birds can identify the glass as a solid object..."
I hadn't thought of that,I just put the sticker on the window to mark the occasion...but I was also preventing a repeat accident by putting a decal there as well, apparently.

When I saw the owl part of your book I thought of Mike Clelland and Chis Knowles,who are quite into owls by the writtings on there blogs.
So I thought I would let Mike know about your work and see if it appealed to him in some way.
I enjoy reading about Mike's owl adventures and I believe there is more than meets the eye to these contacts with olws,just like my crow and kookaburra sightings and songs.There is definitely something 'other dimensional' about these birds and their behavior.I can see why indigenous people take special note of these birds.
I look forward to reading your next book.
Cheers / Daz