Jesus + the Raccoon

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DAY 9

Kim: Jesus

Kim found a picture of Jesus in her house today and claimed she hadn’t a clue about owning a children’s Bible. I’m guessing Zoey is brushing up on these stories herself.

Michelle: A Raccoon

I crossed paths with a raccoon today hangin’ around on my woodland themed Christmas tree. I should have thought to look there right away. As I was laying presents under the tree, its’ eyes met mine and triggered my memory of manifestation for today. It’s a really cute raccoon.

Lessons Learned:

Jesus loves you. Woodland themed Christmas trees are awesome. Be like a present under a tree - present. Be here now. Pay attention.

The Ottericorn

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DAY 10

Kim: An Otter

An otter was found in a pack of playful Animal Spirit cards. The otter represents playfulness, child like nature and to go with the flow. We all need a little more Otter in our lives.

Michelle: A Unicorn

I did not manifest a Unicorn today on my own, but Zoey found one for me instead. I was working another long shift and not one of my patients brought unicorn energy with them. Thanks for helping a girl out, Zoey!

Lessons Learned:

Nurture your inner child. Go with the flow. Play. Sometimes you don’t get what you want. Sometime’s you need help. Children never miss a magical opportunity. Unicorns are magical. Zoey is magical.

Green Juice (Jews?) + A Birdcage

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DAY 8

Kim: Green Juice

Kim was working a long day in the hospital and all she wanted to manifest was a green juice ( a fat chance in this environment!). This particular day, the first day of Hannukah, my brother Adam happened to be visiting me from Albuquerque. As Kim and I were checking in about each others’ status, I told my husband and Adam that Kim was wishing for a green juice. Immediately, in perfect comedic timing, Mike said “look, it’s green jews!” Adam scooped up the menorah, stood by Mike and boom! This moment was captured on camera. So brilliant. So impromptu. Leave it to my husband and my bother. Two of the funniest people I know. Two of my most favorite people. Kim eventually found her green juice the next day, but not in the hospital.

Michelle: A Birdcage

I almost didn’t go shopping today because I hate shopping as much as I hate crowds. But alas, I went and ended up at a really cool local Makers Market in the mall. However, I was thrilled to work against my own resistance for a couple of reasons. The first reason is that I found a really cool booth called the Yarn Benders where I found a great pair of crocheted earrings for a friend. The second reason is that I found my birdcage! Because I was indecisive on which pair of earrings to buy initially, I left the booth and returned later for a second round after perusing the rest of the market. Upon my return, I decided to be bold and ask if the vendor is she had a birdcage anywhere onsite. She pointed to the display directly before my eyes and said “well, this is technically a birdcage, a decorative one I got at a craft shop”. SCORE! I love decorative birdcages. And the gift I bought for a friend. I’m still not sure about shopping.

Lessons Learned:

Stay patient. Allow for improvisation. Maintain a sense of humor. Be bold. Ask questions. Shopping for others’ can be fun.

Black Tourmaline + A Horse

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DAY 7

Kim: Black Tourmaline

Another simple find for Kim today. Black tourmaline is known for its’ big time purifying properties, like a disinfectant for the soul. It is a bodyguard of a stone offering protection and elimination of negative energy. This stone provides security and serves as a stress reliever. Perhaps this is just what Kim needed today without even realizing it.

Michelle: A Horse

I called on a horse this day. My family and I stopped at a local Marketplace this evening for a quick dinner. We ate in the back of the restaurant and as we were leaving we decided to sit down at a different table for a treat, a table next to a Christmas tree. At that moment, I remembered my quest for a horse, turned around towards the tree and poof(!) there it was.

Lessons learned:

You know what you need. So does the Universe. Listen. Follow your gut. Keep your eye on the prize. Keep the magic alive.

Fairies + Love Arrows

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DAY 6

Kim: Fairies

A pair of fairy wings Kim thought she had donated were found in Zoey’s closet this day. She also discovered a coloring page with the word fairy at the bottom as she was picking Zoey up from school. Zoey is surrounded by fairies. She is one in fact.

Michelle: A Cupid’s Arrow

I was sitting in my meditation chair in my room this morning when making my decision to manifest a cupids’ arrow. After a full day of searching, I entered my bedroom that evening and was practically pierced by two arrows. Perched on my bedroom wall directly above my meditation chair was a picture (I apparently forgot was there) with arrows intersecting the word LOVE. It was literally looking down on me that very morning but I wasn’t paying attention. And it was a lovely moment.

Lessons Learned:

Look around. Notice. Pay attention. Our subconscious is always at work. Surround yourself with fairies and with love.