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The Inlumino Global Spiritual Blog

Travellers of the Fields

Many wonders come with winter, among them bird visitors such as redwing, waxwing, and fieldfares sweeping across our cold skies in search of fruits and berries.
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2023: a Year of Shades, Light and Hope

The sun was late to rise this morning, and it was good to see the long night penetrated, at last, by light. We would miss the sun if it were not there: where there is light there is hope, and the knowing that all is well.
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Schadenfreude

It is no coincidence that questions about integrity and principles are preoccupying the public at all levels in the UK, the USA and many other countries besides as revelations about public figures and public bodies emerge shockingly: virtue signallers are proving to be not so virtuous, and more scandal is to come yet.
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Fiery July

You may have known many Julys in your life, and, if you live in the north of the world, your memory of those summer times year after year may be of preparing for holidays, languid heat and school exams, the winding down of institutional life and skeleton staffing in offices, trips to the seaside and […]
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Easter Inspiration

Through the familiar rhythmic spiritual festivals such as Easter and the Equinox we are reminded of endings and beginnings coming together in perfect harmony, balancing each other out perfectly to achieve a new equilibrium.
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The Vernal Equinox

Monday will be a significant day as the planet celebrates her total balance in light with the celebration of the Vernal Equinox, doing so at a time of ambiguity and confusion in our world when everything by contrast seems out of balance.
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COP27: Why Fight with God?

Above the drumbeat of heavy news and dire predictions, nature serenely fulfils her promise of seasonal change and evolution as she has done for all time; whatever the time of year she brings beauty and colour and light, encouraging us to rise above the man-made fear and negative anticipation which holds us down and darkens […]
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Fiery August

So often August is a sleepy month as nature is getting ready for another change of season.  It is a time of holidays, of leaves starting to change colour and there is a hint of autumn – or spring – in the cool dawn mists.  Here in the Cambrian Mountains the house martins are on […]
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Dandelions at Wesak

Many weeds are despised for being untidy and unworthy of a neat garden, just as people are judged too often by their appearance or apparent insignificance.  For some gardeners, plants that appear naturally and from nowhere are unwelcome guests that must be sprayed or pulled without consideration for what good they may bring with them, […]
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Earth Change, Climate Change

It is a reassuring delight to know that many of Earth’s secrets remain undiscovered, and that it is with reluctance and care that she allows us glimpses of the unknown to remind us of our place in the hierarchy governed by Gaia and to test our ability to care and do what is right. 
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