Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

November 7, 2011

Animal Dreaming (Grey Kangaroo)

The painted telephone pole outside of my house.
The Grey Kangaroo on the spine of Scott's book.
I was flicking through Scott Alexander King's book  
Animal Dreaming and came across the Grey Kangaroo entry in his book, which read;
Grey Kangaroo - Abundance
When questioned about what wealth means to you, would you say that having copious amounts of money would definitely seal the deal?
If so, it would be a good answer - but a misguided one.
To focus exclusively on the acquisition of money only amplifies how little you have.
When you concentrate on your desire to attain money, you are effectively nurturing a poverty mentality; a state of mind supported by society and inherited ways of thinking.
It feeds poverty mentality because it prevents you from seeing the wealth that surrounds you everyday; the wealth that comes with family and friends.
To know true love is to hold supreme wealth.
When you know that wealth rarely takes the form of money or gold, you release the monetary mindset so fear of lack can be transmuted into trust.
In doing so, the block preventing your stream of abundance may be removed forever and greater cash flow will result.
Letting go of lack will essentially result in gain.
Grey Kangaroo once offered its rich meat, warm pelt and strong bones, which were useful as cutting and digging implements.
Prosperity meant healthy children, a full stomach and a warm dry sleeping place to the people.
They believed the land would provide all they needed and, if they lived in harmony with the Earth Mother, their life would be safe and plentiful as a result.
So long as the Grey Kangaroo was there, the people knew they would never know hunger or suffering.
It's mere existence promised true abundance.
If Grey Kangaroo has vaulted into your life today, your life will soon be rich with productive emotion, thought and knowledge.
These fundamentals will abundantly serve the personal needs of both you and your family.
What you require is currently manifesting and  your needs are soon to be met.
Grey Kangaroo reminds us to always separate what we want from what we need, though,before commencing the hunt for either.
To seek what we materialistically want above what we realistically need often results in continued stagnation.
Getting what we want rarely shapes an abundant life, while securing the things we need does.
Grey Kangaroo's appearance acts as a reminder that as children of the Earth, it is our birthright to have all our requirements fulfilled - so long as our requests are offered in a sacred way.

It's funny that the kangaroo has been on the telephone pole in front of my house for the last five years, but I rarely notice it anymore. 
Each pole in the street has a different animal, or tree painted on it by a local artist, which was paid by the local council, mine just happens to have a Grey Kangaroo on it.
It's a good reminder not to take things for granted, and to appreciate the good things in life like health, food and a roof to come home to every night.
Sure, I would love those lotto numbers to come up, and chuck in the slave routine of paying off the mortgage, but like Scott says, sometimes we are blessed and we think we are cursed.
It's the little things in life that make you rich.
Like The Beatles sing;
"The best things in life are free"
 ...although they do go on to say  
"But you can keep 'em for the birds and bees...
Now give me money (that's what I want)
That's what I want (that's what I want)
That's what I want (that's what I want), yeah
That's what I want".

But I think you get my drift ;- )  

2 comments:

Mike Perry said...

I like the idea of animals on telephone poles, never seen that anywhere before.

"To know true love is to hold supreme wealth" - how true, how true. So much of the world seems to have a very skewed opinion of what success and wealth really is.

I also remember when learning about visualisation that we should picture the article that we want and not the money to buy it. If we ask for the cash something else may crop up for which the money may be needed - and often does.

Trish said...

Wow, how cool is this? Animals on telephone poles? Brisbane must be a wonderful place to live, Daz. Good advice, Mike. Picture the article itself, not the moola.