I've been concerned about how many Monarch butterflies I've not seen. Only one of these beauties made it to my garden this year. I thought that maybe my intention to nurture the milkweed plant so the Monarchs would have a place to breed was too little too late, but apparently this isn't the issue.
It seems the problem - as I understand it - is that a combination of genetically modified fruit and vegetable seeds plus bug killing fertilizer is to blame for wiping out 95% of the butterfly population.
As I spent part of this morning in photoshop creating a thumbnail image my mind wandered into my imagination. I began to wonder what the Divine would have changed if photoshop had been available at the beginning of time. Maybe all the wrinkles on an elephants skin would have been photoshoped out, or the leaves as they change from green to gold would be one color instead of many, or maybe sunsets would be every color of the rainbow with a multitude of sparkles to add extra interest.
Essentially we've taken over the job of the Divine by photoshoping out all the butterflies on the planet. Can you imagine summer without butterflies? But it's not just butterflies it's birds, bees and other animals too. The problem is, other than messing with nature, we're eating this food as well. So what might it be doing to us?
There's a message here. I realize that GMO seeds have been developed to strengthen the food chain for a growing global population of people, but I feel our fellow creatures are telling us that we need to honor nature and stop trying to make everything perfect. As we attempt to wipe out what we perceive as imperfection it creates an imbalance elsewhere and that imbalance is coming right back into our bodies.
It's not in everyone's budget to eat organic, but we can make little changes. Read the food packaging labels and if possible (and if it feels right for you) opt for Non GMO foods. Use naturally organic fertilizer. Plant Non GMO seeds, etc. As I write this I see my guides smiling and lighting up.
It's not my intention to make this a political statement. I said last week that as a Lightworker you can make a difference. Honoring the planet, honoring her contribution to your welfare, and honoring your health and wellbeing are all part of making a difference.
I have food in the fridge that I'm sure originated from GMO seeds. So I put the whole fridge in light and asked the Divine to bring the energy of everything I eat into alignment with the highest vibration of love. And guess what, the papaya said thank you - no really!!Try it! Let me know in the comments below if you can sense the shift and if you receive any communication from your food.