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Weekly Writing Challenge: Haiku In Threes

“Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.” Joseph Addison

Weekly Writing Challenge: Haiku In Threes holiday lights deer

Weekly Writing Challenge: Haiku In Threes … holiday lights deer

Good things come in threes
Three turtle doves, glowing deer
Magic triangles…

From sun, moon, and sky
Eyes lift up … eternity
Three Magi bear gifts

Three is a divine and lucky number. If you believe in the blessings and meaning of threes, then you probably consider it a magical number that holds enormous power and yet brings harmony and good fortune to all. When I think of Three, the Holy Trinity and the triangular shape of the Ancient Egyptian pyramids come to mind.

It is significant in another way; it reminds us of the three stages of life; birth, growth and death. There is something about three that creates a sense of the balancing of energies. Whether we consider the seat of power in government, or the Holy Trinity, the vibration of the number three is considered one of spiritual balance.

“By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.” Confucius

Weekly Writing Challenge: Haiku In Threes Shamrock

Weekly Writing Challenge: Haiku In Threes … Shamrock

Irish love for Threes
A lucky three leaf Shamrock
Precious gifts unfold…

Balance found in threes
From power seat to clover
Harmony secured

A fellow blogger friend shared that Three is the magic number for Ireland and that it  is reflected in the Shamrock. The Irish and many others believe in the sacredness and good that comes in threes. In a previous post; The Power Of Threes, I had shared how three is considered a powerful and sacred number in numerology. If we look at the US Federal Government, it is made up of three important branches: the legislative, executive and judicial arms. Each branch plays a critical role in maintaining peace, balance and harmony. We can imagine the balance of heaven and earth; the sky above, life forms in the middle, and the earth that sustains us. What comes to mind when you think of threes?

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Reflections: A Circle Of Five…

“O Lord! May our ears listen to nothing but auspicious words, may our eyes see nothing but auspicious things, may we have healthy bodies and be blessed with long life.” Rig Veda

Reflections: A Circle Of Five...  As above, So below

Reflections: A Circle Of Five… As above, So below

Every day offers auspicious moments for us to learn and grow…  Today is a particularly auspicious day because it brings our attention to a set of numbers that occur in a unique sequence; 12-12-12. If we added up just this sequence alone, we would have the number three; a powerful spiritual number. In reality, today’s date is really a 2 because the full numbers are 12.12.2012. Some folk have predicted that today prepares us for 12.21.12 which, depending on your beliefs, will mark the end of the world as we know it.

The way I see it, the end doesn’t mean destruction but a shift in energies and attitudes. For those who believe in numerology, the number 2 is about harmony and peace, and stresses the importance of building co-operative and considerate relationships. How we interact with each other, and under what conditions, will matter in the coming months and years. So if the world shifts today and on the 21st, we are shifting in a good way.

“I am free and unlimited; there are no chains that bind me…” Unity Daily Word

Reflections: A Circle Of Five...  Circle of Words

Reflections: A Circle Of Five… Circle of Words

What does any of this global shift story have to do with the Circle of Five? or as WP put it, Which five people would you like to spend your time with? If we are going through a global energetic shift, the company we keep will be as important as the way we organize and spend our time… For as long as I can remember, my parents warned us to keep the company of disciplined, peaceful people because “no one wants to be found guilty by association!” As I thought about the impending global shift and its relevance to this topic, I realized that the quality of our relationships might experience a shift too.

As we embrace a more harmonious world order and seek cooperation and compassion in our relationships, our idea of the five people we choose to spend time with will change. Instead of naming five specific people; living or dead, to spend time with, I decided to choose characteristics that fit the change we seek to be in the world. So I chose Freedom (from unproductive behavior), Compassion (for all living things), Love (for life and all), Happiness (because we all deserve to be blessed and happy), and Duty (which includes service to self/others, honor, responsibility and Dharma/right action). What about you? More below!

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