It was a cool yet sunny day. The afternoon hinted of a chill whispering upon the setting suns breeze. I was ready for the cool air about me however, with my short brown jacket. I busted out my front door set to go on my kindling shopping trip around our bare and grey aspen laden property. We love to burn the aspen in our wood burning stove since it burns cleaner than the pine. Each species of tree has it’s own beauty. The pine, and fur trees still holding fast their deep greens. The aspen’s now dormant for the winter exhibit a grey and white color with hints of black along their tall trunks that stand so tall and straight in the cool breeze. They stand alert and awaiting the time in which they will again welcome the fresh little bright green fragile, small leaves of spring. But for now, I collect my kindling for a nice warm fire before an oncoming storm. A couple of bags in hand I bumble out my front door and run right into my deer herd! I didn’t seem to startle them much. Perhaps they were too busy feeding before the storm as well, to worry much about me. They know me. They know that I am always collecting things off the ground. The buck was too interested in the doe that was coming up towards me. That is when it hit me. Was she trying to shake him off her tail quite literally? She got very close to me in fact and as she did so Mr. Buck decided he didn’t want to be so close to me. She’s a smart doe she is. She knows just how to shake him alright. So at that point I went off to work finding my fill of wood. As I worked my way down the property I started to feel as if I was being watched. I stood up and looked around, sure enough, there were about 8 tall fuzzy ears pointed towards me. The does had all figured out the best way to keep Mr. Buck from bothering them was to walk along with me. They had been traveling along with me the whole time! It was so cute to see the four beautiful does looking directly at me as if to be asking me, “what cha doin?” It’s hard to describe how deep the brown of their eyes is or how loving the gaze they have when they look at you. The furry brown and thick coats they have are so inviting that I wish I could reach out and pet them. Mr. Buck was still trying to figure out how to work out a deal with one of them. He was really feeling quite amorous. I needed to be a bit careful as I didn’t want to be mistaken as a doe of his, not with those horns of his. Yikes! Well, I had collected my fill and headed back to the house and funny enough, so did my herd of does. Of course, with Mr. Buck in tow. I spent a couple of hours mingling with this herd of deer. They were always within about ten feet of me. I can’t say for sure that Reiki energy helped to bring it about but it sure can help because Reiki brings a certain peaceful energy about a person and about a place. I got home feeling as though I just experienced a Magical journey with some special friends.
Published by peacepawz
I have fluttered about in several different but rather related industries searching for what is best for my soul purpose. Despite some physical set backs I have managed to graduate with honors and worked as a Diagnostic Ultrasonographer, as a Speech Language Assistant before exiting the formal work field. Then I started creating Candles and soaps and various other items as Rocky Path and loved doing that but it didn't really cover the bills enough. Several back surgeries later I'm still above ground and finding new ways to be of service to this planet. I have been told I could work as a healer with the ability I possess. Well that sounded great to me. So I embarked upon that journey, first towards Shamanic practice and eventually angling towards the Reiki energy healing that I found was a beautiful soul fit. I gained my First and Second Degree Reiki Practitioner certificate the 23rd of Feb. 2020 and have used it constantly ever since. I find it is a informational art form with gifts that transcend what we think of as possible. View more posts