I want to give this to you.
She hands me a ring. It’s beautiful. Composed of amber & silver.
I used to wear these big rings all the time. They made me feel real earthy and connected—it felt good to practice in them so I did. I don’t really wear them much any more and when I was talking to you earlier I realized “Hey! I recognize that spirit!” I’m Native American and there’s a word called patshwan. It means to pass on. I want to pass this on to you. So on your travels you are reminded. Reminded of us all who seek.
I was speechless for a few breaths, taking in her sweet & spontaneous gesture. Finally I formed the words. Thank you.
Thank you. It’s charged with you- charged with your energy, your sadhana.
Well not just me, but all of us. During this time of your pilgrimage may you remember all those who are doing the same. May you always feel supported.
I am touched. Thank you so much.
It makes me happy that you enjoy it.
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There are so many amazing human beings out there on this round planet of ours!!! I feel humbled, blessed and amazed that I get the pleasure and opportunity to meet you, to share precious moments of life with you, to talk with you, to gaze into your eyes, to get to know each and every one of you. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I’ve got labadorite on my wrist, laboradorite, green fluorite and silver in my ears, gold, ruby, silver, amber and amythst on my fingers, sandalwood & lotus seed around my neck and silver around my ankle. All received from my fellow trekkers of this infinite abyss. Thank you, thank you, thank you
May you always feel supported on your journey. I sure do.