“I am the light” it said. “I am the light” - The Little Soul and the Sun
An evening of community shared in Love and bountiful Blessings for the celebration of our 120th day of pregnancy.
We gathered together with our beloved friends and family to share in story time, feast and meditation for the arrival of our little soul to come into the womb.
This is celebrated in many different traditions around the world. Some share different days and others believe that the soul comes and goes. For me this is a tradition that was shared to my during my Kundalini Yoga teacher training "The Khalsa Way" with Gurmukh many years ago.
That night we had our friends and family offer a shared dish and blessings for the evening. We feasted and communed for an hour together before we all sat in a circle to read one of my favorite books "The little Soul and the Sun" by Neale Donald Walsch. Everyone read a page from this sweet parable of the "Conversations with God". It created a sweet tone for the meditation to follow.
Earlier that morning my husband and I sat with a Facebook live stream with our beloved friend and teacher, Guru Jagat. Who lead us through a beautiful Adi Mantra Meditation for 15min. It was beautiful.
We decided that we would share in that same meditation for the evening. As we began the meditation about 5-7min in we had a little glitch with technology, however everyone carried the sound current and we continued with the meditation, it later resumed playing. We all closed the meditation together and soon then after we joked that during the glitch the baby's soul had arrived. I actually believe it to be true... as soon after I began to feel actual movement in my belly and it was not something I eat.
The evening was magical and I truly felt blessed and nurtured by all the love and support by our sweet blooming community. Beyond grateful.
“In a country where woman is secure, she will give birth to a secure children, which will grow into a secure men and this will make the nation secure. Security of the woman is the security of the nation.” - Yogi Bhajan (remixed)