Blessings for True Law and the Return of Truth
The Crow Kingdom
Crow represents the keeper of true law. True law is founded upon karma, and karma determines the dance of relations in present time and in ascension. Karma holds a particular dance in place until it has been released and transcended in full. It is through transcendence that freedom from karmic relations is found. As karmic relations are transcended more and more in the human dance, unity becomes the outcome with humans dancing together in equality and joy.
It may be difficult for humans to understand that all human relations are karmic. There is not one friend that one has that one holds not a karmic bond to. There is not one family member in one’s birth family that one does not have karma with. There is not one job one has ever had that was not the result of requiring to settle a prior karmic debt. Furthermore, there is not one product that one purchases in human form, nor one institution one relies upon such as the bank, that is not founded upon a karmic debt. Crow is the keeper of the knowledge or karma, what is true karma, and what is false. We are also the keeper of the information on how to balance the scales relieving oneself of all debt over time through ascension.
Blessing One’s Food Source
Crow has an ocean counterpart, which is Salmon. At one time, Salmon was revered by North American Natives as a food source, which sustained their life and well-being, particularly as salmon moved upstream to spawn its young. Much like Buffalo for the Native American plains people, those in the Northwestern regions relied upon salmon fat to endure the lengthy winters.
Salmon like Buffalo has agreements to support human well-being and does so in love, although not much love until recent times was returned by humans harvesting Salmon global wide. This is changing at last as more humans remember to bless their food. In the act of blessing, one honors the kingdoms that sacrifice themselves for the sustenance of one’s existence, and returns the chi in a balanced dance of giving and receiving so that more young ones may come forth to continue to feed humankind. This is true law in action, which equates to balance in giving and receiving.
As salmon moves upstream to spawn, bear feasts. In the feast is a dance of communion between the souls of salmon and bear. In the communion, bear returns equal chi to the life ingested in the feast, which cause more eggs to be laid so that there are plenty of new salmon in the year ahead. The Natives consuming Salmon would remember this law and honor the kingdom, and in exchange were blessed with plenty of salmon in exchange year after year to feast upon. Read more