Holmhirst Safari Hotel
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... flows easily & then obstacles will then begin to dissipate. The keeper of the directions came in through the cosmic soul cards & around the ceremony all doorways are been opened up for us all. Messages are ready to be received & many codes of light language were shared. 7 of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers came into the ceremony & shared their wisdom & there was an exchange for each of us.
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... It is all so easy when you are in your heart, bringing in divine flow. Been so lovely bumping into old friends in town & having the connection rekindled.
On this journey I had always thought (& maybe this is where things unfolded) that we would be going to Scotland but when we tried to make plans I had a knowing that we did not need to go that far. As I sat with this feeling ...
... he said he would take me to Canberra. Finally I thought all of my nagging had paid off and we were going home, but whilst I was packing the suitcase, he said "what are you doing". I said you said we were going to Canberra but when he explained in more detail that it was less than an hour away I knew were weren't going home. Oh well, silly me. Hmmm. Did have a nice day at Canberra ...
... lady. Really tempted to buy it at £68 but concerned about the weight and Julie admired a necklace for £26. Said we would have a drink and discuss if we buy or not. Had the worst latte, the milk had been burnt, and it had no taste. Julie had a chocolate thick shake which she said tasted like coffee. I had a sip and it had no taste ( are my taste buds going along with my sense of smell?). Asked the cafe owner where else to look for antiques and ...
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The plateau grassland is probably an ancient fragment of Lincolnshire Wold downland, and there is a rich variety of chalk plants here and in the quarry, including localised species such as felwort, yellow-wort, basil thyme, kidney vetch and pyramidal and bee orchids.