Message from White Eagle, Hopi indigenous on 16/3/2020

Message from White Eagle, Hopi indigenous on 16/3/2020

“This moment humanity is going through can be seen as a portal and as a hole. The decision to fall into the hole or go through the portal is up to you. If they repent of the problem and consume the news 24 hours a day, with little energy, nervous all the time, with pessimism, they will fall into the hole.

But if you take this opportunity to look at yourself, rethink life and death, take care of yourself and others, you will cross the portal. Take care of your home, take care of your body. Connect with the middle body of your spiritual house, all this is synonymous, that is to say the same. When you are taking care of one, you are taking care of everything else.

Do not lose the spiritual dimension of this crisis, have the aspect of the eagle, which from above, sees the whole, sees more widely. There is a social demand in this crisis, but there is also a spiritual demand. The two go hand in hand. Without the social dimension, we fall into fanaticism. But without the spiritual dimension, we fall into pessimism and lack of meaning.

You were prepared to go through this crisis. Take your toolbox and use all the tools at your disposal. Learn about resistance with indigenous and African peoples: we have always been and continue to be exterminated.

But we still haven’t stopped singing, dancing, lighting a fire and having fun. Don’t feel guilty about being happy during this difficult time. You don’t help at all by being sad and without energy. It helps if good things emanate from the Universe now. It is through joy that one resists.

Also, when the storm passes, you will be very important in the reconstruction of this new world. You need to be well and strong. And, for that, there is no other way than to maintain a beautiful, happy and bright vibration. This has nothing to do with alienation. This is a resistance strategy. In shamanism, there is a rite of passage called the quest for vision. You spend a few days alone in the forest, without water, without food, without protection. When you go through this portal, you get a new vision of the world, because you have faced your fears, your difficulties…

This is what is asked of you. What world do you want to build for yourself? For now, this is what you can do: serenity in the storm. Calm down and pray. Everyday. Establish a routine to meet the sacred every day. Good things emanate, what you emanate now is the most important thing. And sing, dance, resist through art, joy, faith and love.”

12 thoughts on “Message from White Eagle, Hopi indigenous on 16/3/2020

  1. Thank you for sharing this! yess. waauw. it reaches. me and many others

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  2. This is exactly what I needed to see right now. Thank you

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  3. Massimo Michelini April 30, 2020 — 9:52 am

    🙏 thanks #love #gratitude #weareone ❤️

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  4. Bridget Ortiz May 27, 2020 — 6:02 pm

    Thank you ever so much for sharing this. Peace and health to you.

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  5. HI Nomad, on June 17th 2020 about 2:30PM as I was driving south on Kipling Pkwy I saw what I thought was a pure white hawk or eagle, it was to high in the Colorado blue sky to see the wing feathers. It was an amazing moment to see such beauty. Given I’m a scientist in trauma recovery and the service of animals affects on people, it was truly kismet. Read your write up, while we might not see the same life patterns, I do agree we are going through a transitional time – and keep moving forward……….. and CHANGE how we think and treat others.
    Being a redhead – sometimes I do sound off with inappropriate behavior – however, this was a synchronized serendipitous moment to see such a lovely raptor soaring and it was soaring higher and higher, wish I could have stopped, too much traffic to get a shot via cell camera.
    Thanks for your write up……Sincerely MicheleElys


  6. Uplifting message for life 🙏🏼


  7. Thank You. Love , Light and Blessings, from a fellow spiritual follower.


  8. Printed and hung where my nose must graze by it daily.


  9. Beautiful sentiment that seems to apply across cultural boundaries, sadly, not all in our great country cannot embrace it’s true meaning of love and acceptance. Deeply thankful for this wisdom in our country.


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