These are the prompts for the next week. Have fun!
Again, all credits go to Berthe van Soest.
October 1 : Squirrels are gathering nuts, acorns etc. for the coming winter. What do I have to gather for this winter?
October 2: In the Catholic church it is the feast of the guardian angels. What does my guardian angel ( or spirit guide or patron….) want to tell me?
October 3: The trees have to let go of their leaves in order to bud again in spring . What do I have to let go in order to receive something new?
October 4: Today is World Animal Day. St Francis talked to the birds and tamed a wolf. Wolfs can also exist within ourselves. Which wolf in me should I show compassion for?
October 5: Sparrows and blue tits are finding insects to eat, especially beetles and earwigs, between the seeds of a sunflower. In what unexpected places do I find nourishment?
October 6: When the Rowan berries go red, summer has come to an end. These berries are said to have protective properties. Put some in a vase in your home and ask yourself: What needs protection in my life?
October 7: The grapes, apples and pears are harvested. What can I look back to with satisfaction? What is my harvest of the last season?