June 2011 Exodus: A mass departure. Or….can we pave a new meaning…A call to move forth?

Regeneration and growth for the season are upon us.  There is no place closer to feel and see this actual occurrence than in farm country.  The fields are planted and beginning to grow.  Asparagus is already on the farm stands out here in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts.

Superb local fresh asparagus at Atkins Market, Hadley, Massachusetts. A local fresh produce farmer's market that supports local farms! Great eats for us locals!!

The delight of fresh asparagus from Hadley, South Hadley, Whately and Hatfield just to name a few, is a stupendously, fabulous treat!  These farms lie along the Connecticut River, one of the most fertile valleys in the world.  Local humanity is working the earth for the benefit of its local communities and for all.  Is this not true around the world in farming regions?

Could we consider this concept of movement an exodus?  A call to move forth?  I bring this idea of exodus to light  theoretically, for consideration of movement at the beginning of a growing season.  We are planting seeds; seeds that will be moved forth into the growth of crops, so we humanity can move forth food to each other.  I see this as a metaphor, a way to rise, a movement into a positive and regenerative meaning to life.  At no other time during the progress of humanity is the nature of this idea more critical for consideration.

Many days I watch the History Channel or National Geographic.  There are so many dooms day programs being aired due to end times prophecies.  In one respect, it is important for media sources to make viewing populations aware to learn how to be prepared for natural disasters and weather related events that may affect mass geographical areas.  However, much of this communication of negative, pessimistic consciousness about end times prophecies spreads mass fear and is harmful to our energy vibrations of universal consciousness.  We are having natural disasters and this is a fact we are all dealing with.    But we have the choice of free will to look at this scenario differently.

Having said this, what if in 2012 we do actually have adverse weather, astrological or earth related events?  Yes, we should prepare.  However, in light of having received these prophetic communications, now is the time for mankind, to plant  more focused and concentrated seeds of prayer, peace and thanks for what we all have.  I am saying strengthen your conscious and emotional intent in your living towards doing these 6 acts daily:

1. Say the LORD’s prayer in an act of will filled with love.
2. Make the choice to love each other.
3. Let go of judging others….what I judge you for, I am actually judging myself for.
4. Forgive…forgive yourself.  When you forgive yourself, you will have it in you to forgive others.
5.Visualize the earth healed, cleansed, renewed…bright vivid land masses and body’s of water in glorious sunlight.
6.Visualize mankind turning their swords into plowshares..continue to help each other, we only have one earth.

To me this is an exodus, a concentrated humanity bringing forth our Creator’s way.  If we do this, we might just have a beautiful beginning to 2012.  Also, we may not!  But the point is for humanity to rise to the LORD in a concentrated way.  Miracles happen.

One day, a couple of years ago, I was driving on Route 91 North in Massachusetts, between Northampton and Hatfield.  I saw a cloud formation in the sky over the highway that hit me like a sledgehammer.  I pulled over and photographed it with my Canon Digital Elf!  This photograph is in my new book, Walking On HIS Footstool, on pages 160 and 161.  Here is the photo and poem along with the Biblical Scripture that kept appearing to me while I considered this photo and poem as I put my book together:


A cloud formation over Route 91 North, near Northampton, Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts, shaped like a Rooster Teapot!

A cloud from the LORD appeared in the sky,
To help us live our lives in joy.
He is the rooster shaped like a teapot,
An offer of love we can pour from His lot.
And where does He choose to place the presence of Him?
Why, over a busy highway,
So when we travel every day from here to there,
We are reminded of the love He shares.

The Gospel According to Matthew
Jesus is Risen 28

5  The angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid; for I know that you are looking for Jesus who has been crucified.
6  “He is not here, for He has risen, just as He said.  Come, see the place where He was lying.”
17  When they saw Him, they worshiped Him; but some were doubtful.
18  And Jesus came up and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth.”
19  “Go therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit,
20  Teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

It is the beginning of June, of summer, a  new growing season.  We are planting seeds in the earth for new life.  Those six choices in prayer and positive thought are possibilities for all of us, everyday.  If your specific religion can call forth a renewal in its own way in the light of  our Creator, that would be fabulous!

When 2012 comes around, our Creator just might be happier with us for choosing every day to lift up our universal consciousness to Him, our universal exodus for the good of mankind and our earth.

Remember to continue supporting your local farmer’s markets!

God Bless!

©2011 Cindy Eksuzian, all rights reserved.

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A trail from individuation to divine respect

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12 Responses to June 2011 Exodus: A mass departure. Or….can we pave a new meaning…A call to move forth?

  1. danroberson says:

    It’s hard to see miracles if we don’t believe in miracles. You’ve got it right. It’s time to rise up and be prepared for the Lord. Perhaps you’re like Joseph, preparing for a famine. In any case, follow your vision.

    • Thanks for visiting my blog! I think you have to go with your gut, no matter what! You have a great opportunity to find your own miracle! Keep your senses open and lift up! Much appreciated! Cindy

  2. rek says:

    Its a beautiful thought that you have expounded on here….Yes, exodus does seem perfect to describe it…the farmers are a kind of miracle makers themselves, coaxing Mother Earth to release her treasures to sustain others. Thanks for visiting.

    • I love the way you described your take on exodus. That is exactly in the right direction, a mass movement of humanity from God’s gifts to us, from us to others. Thanks so much for commenting on my post. Cindy

  3. Dakshi says:

    Wow. A different blog. Enjoyed.
    Thanks for the Visit…

  4. misssarawithoutanh says:

    If only more people would “see” the daily reminders of goodness, within each day. It’s a pleasure to know you not only see it, but you captured it in a photograph and shared with words.

    P.S. Massachusetts is one of my favorite states. 🙂

  5. tigerbrite says:

    Enjoyed your post and its positive affirmations. The future is made by our thoughtforms. The asparagus looks wonderful, it’s always so much tastier when locally grown. We are eating asparagus in Alicante too, it is thinner than yours and I love it served with a little walnut oil.

    • Great! Thanks so much for your thoughtful comment and tip on the asparagus! I usually marinade in olive oil, soy sauce and dried italian herbs then grill gently crisp tender. Yum.

  6. Pat Cegan says:

    I love your blog…full of wisdom and hope. The cloud formation is super…how often we miss these little “messages” which pepper our days. Hugs, pat

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