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I have moved out of my East Scott Avenue office into a house. It is still in North Knoxville in a quiet little neighborhood. I still have boxes to unpack, but the Reiki treatment room is up and running (and is beautiful and calming). I also have the furniture moved in, so it is possible to do coaching on the couches and tarot on the dining room table!
It is a little charming house that I am naming "Blue Jay Meadows". As per British tv tradition, every good house needs a name. When I signed the lease, I saw a very prominent Blue Jay, and he was back when I started moving in. I took this as a good sign; one of my spiritual symbols has been a blue feather for many years. I added "Meadows" to the name because the yard is quite large and full of other birds and rabbits and squirrels. And my name, Leslie, means "from the low meadow." Anyways, I totally recommend naming your house too!
Onto the next Chapter of the WiserheART Center!
Check out the cool symbolism of Blue Jays:
"Likewise, those with the blue jay as their totem are quite loquaciousness, and have the gift of gab. Common vocations of those with the blue jay as their totem are sales people, lawyers, politicians, public speakers, and teachers. Animal symbolism of determination, assertiveness, and intelligence is also a shared trait among those who claim the blue jay as their totem (and also common attributes with those having the vocations above listed). We see these characteristics in the blue jay because it is fiercely bold against its enemies.The jay is fearless when it comes to protecting its partner, young and territory. So too are those with this animal as their totem. They will defend their positions against adversaries who seem much more powerful than themselves - often with successful results.Blue jay animal symbolism resonates truth, faithfulness, and solidarity because they are vigilant in their tasks. They also keep the same mate for life, which is symbolic of endurance, patience and loyalty. The jay is an excellent symbol for those wishing to honor their long-lasting bond between friends, family and lovers. In the spiritual realm, the blue jay speaks of clarity and vision. In Native American symbolism (namely the Sioux Nation) the azure of the jay against the blue sky indicated a "double vision" or double clarity. This visual/spiritual "blue on blue" concept speaks of purity of the soul, truth of the heart, and clarity of thought. In dreams the blue jay animal symbolism also deals with clarity - but of higher thoughts, and taking action. When we dream of blue jays our deeper selves may be telling us that we are not being honest with ourselves about something, and it's time to "come clean" with our thoughts. Blue jay's in dreams are also symbolic of taking action in the direction of our highest truth. The jay asks for honesty, and forthrightness - any other action taken (such as deceptive or dishonest action) will mean double jeopardy for us in our waking hours."
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