Flower Moon – Portal of Authenticity

Flower Moon – Portal of Authenticity

This last supermoon of 2020 is in Scorpio and is also referred to as the flower moon. This Moon is a portal of authenticity, this mean that with the Moon being in the Scorpion energy ruled by Pluto.  The energy of this Moon is all about letting go of all that is not you. Shedding layers of illusion that are holding you back from reaching the core of being that you are. Those perceived limitations that you are allowing to hold you back. So much is coming out into the open with these energies. Layers of illusion are disintegrating allowing the truth to be unveiled. Each of us will see this truth from the energetic frequency we are in. This portal will help those of us who have the eyes to see, to gain clarity from this energy. This Moon is magnified in his energy as it is a supermoon, this means that the magnetic energy of this Moon is intensified as it is closer to the Earth. For those of us who allow the energy into our being with consciousness. There will be real moments of revelation and clarity. Those past lives, karmic lessons that have been holding us back this lifetime will show themselves to us. This Moon is like a mirror, a true window into our Soul. So I urge you to ask the questions that your heart is yearning to know. The answers will be revealed in ways that you may not anticipate. Yet your heart will decipher what your mind cannot. To gain the pearl you must dive deep.

With this Flower Moon it has been Goddess Blodeuwedd that came through to me.  Blodeuwedd is known as the Welsh Virgin Goddess of Spring, or “Flowerface,” and there are many who believe that she was just as deadly as she was beautiful. She was known, as well, as “The Ninefold Goddess of the Western Isles of Paradise,” and her totem was the owl, a bird of wisdom and lunar mysteries. The Festival of Flowers, also known as Beltane, is held in part to honor Blodeuwedd, the Welsh “Flowerface” Goddess, who is often associated with, among other things, sex and death. For that reason, if you look at Blodeuwedd quite carefully, it might appear to you, that she actually might be a Goddess of the Cycle.

Since she had been created from flowers, then flowers were and are a primary symbol for Blodeuwedd. Flowers demonstrate, in their very brief existence, exactly how short our own lives can be, and how we only have but a fleeting moment within which to blossom, before we too will just whither away and die. Flowers can also remind us, that we need to live our own lives to the fullest, even though there might be others who might try to hold us back. That is, perhaps, an excellent way of looking at Blodeuwedd, the Flower Maiden Goddess, who wanted nothing more then to be herself, as she began to blossom, grow, and live her life in the manner that she believed it was meant to be lived.
Blodeuwedd was a Goddess who should be admired, rather then admonished, for attempting to break free from the restraints placed upon her, by patriarchal rule. She was trapped in a situation that was not of her own making, and she did exactly what any other woman of great courage would have done. She drew upon the strength deep within her, that of the Divine Feminine, and then she attempted to escape in the only way she knew how, thereby freeing herself through the use of her own free will. 

This is a portal where Goddess Blodeuwedd the Flower faced will assist you to gain clarity and stand in your own authentic power freeing you from the  illusions that have been placed on you by others or through your own fears and limitations. Goddess Blodeuwedd is also the Owl energy.

Owls love to sit quiet and still so that they can observe their surroundings. Therefore, the owl symbolism indicates that you may need to remove yourself from the noise of life. Become still and silently observe your surroundings.  Moreover, slowing down and becoming stable will allow you to access the wealth of information and Owl meaning that surrounds you. Whenever this bird is present, it will share its ability to see what others may miss. In other words, owl meaning prompts you to open your eyes and truly examine how things are. You will be surprised by what you can suddenly see. As an example, other people’s motives may now become clear to you. External appearances will give way to the truth and meaning hidden beneath.

Alternatively, the Owl symbolism is often thought to come to those who need to let go of some part of their life that is no longer needed. With this in mind, owl symbolism cues you to listen carefully to your inner voice and allow yourself to be guided to recapture the knowledge of your correct path in life. This birds’ senses can pierce through shadows, beyond fear and darkness, through to the other side that promises light, happiness, and knowledge.

As always I send you lots of Love

Layla

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