The Mother of Water energies prompt: Let the Mother of Waters soothe your soul. release anxiety by nourishing body and spirit. Open your heart and let your intuition flow.
Mother of Water: Queen of Cups
The Mother of Water energies manifest in Oat.
The Mother of Water is a master of self-care. She is kind and gracious to others because she is kind and gracious to herself.
As oatstraw replenishes the land, she takes time to rest. By doing so publicly, she inspires others to do the same. She plants oats in the garden each year to replenish and fortify the soil.
She feels full and complete after a day of good work.
She understands the power of oatstraw and delights in the calming medicine it provides. She knows healing takes time and she has faith in her daily cup of tea.
Just as oats soothe frazzled emotions, the Mother of Water transforms tension into healing. Embrace your emotions; they expand your capacity for compassion.
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your mother or a mother substitute may play a significant role in near future events
those who sacrifice themselves unnecessarily for others
Crafting With the Mother of Water
The Mother energies feature herbs that have long had use as nourishing medicine. They are generally gentle. approachable and safe plants. These remedies go to the heart of the healing. Easy to grow and abundant, they are readily accessible in most climates. These herbs firmly establish the herbcrafter’s role as a community healer. With properties that act deep within the body, they reflect her ability to care for others. They invite her to actively share with others and guide them on their own path.
The Mothers correspond to Queens in traditional tarot decks. They represent the calm, reliable nature we have when we are confident in our craft. They approach adventures with love and patience. The Mothers call us to a time of peace and a slow pace. As healers, they reflect the elements in their most nurturing expression. As guides, they offer the gift of love.
- Drink oatstraw infusion every day for emotional nourishment.
- Take an oatmeal bath to nourish the body.
- Feed oat seeds to squirrels or chickens, or grow them in your garden to nourish the earth.
Get into a relaxing position and close your eyes, make sure you are a comfortable temperature and not likely to be interrupted.
- Take three deep breaths
- Feel your tension melting away.
Imagine yourself doing one of the crafts mentioned above. Use your imagination. Make it as elaborate or as simple as you like. Have whomever you would like to be there come and share the time with you.
Imagine what it would look and feel like, as if it were really happening. Use your five senses and imagine all the sensory details as though you are really there.
Be creative and indulge in this moment.
Spend as long as you like in this visualization and feel the benefits of crafting with nature. Think about your meditation as often as you like as you go through your day. If possible, create it in reality.
An herbcrafter is an afficianada of the botanical realm. She is in love with plants and longs to know them more deeply.
Her approach is driven by a playful, wild spirit.
The herbcrafter embraces the plant world as her teacher and friend through observation and botany, gardening and wildcrafting, medicine and kitchen craft, fiber arts and weaving, art and magic.
She recognizes herself as part of nature. She seeks reciprocity in all things. Through the relationship with the botanical world, she learns how plants and people can be of service to one another.
Always nurture your inner childhood dreams, life will become beautiful.Invajy