In the spirit of MAY: a mystic’s contemplation

Have you ever considered the meaning of the word May, apart from its indication of the present Month? Have you thought about how often you have used this word throughout your lifetime? I would say maybe every day? There it goes..maybe..

What does it actually mean? 

Wiki: May is the fifth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the third of seven months to have a length of 31 days. May is a month of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and autumn in the Southern Hemisphere.


May Goddess Guide: Maia/MajaInterestingly, you may or may not have known that May was the name of the Roman goddess Maia, who oversaw the growth of plants.  Maia was considered a nurturer and an earth goddess, which may explain the connection with this springtime month. The Greek name Maia comes from a root meaning “mother, nurse, midwife.” Also from the Latin word maiores, meaning ELDERS were celebrated during this month.

Google’s dictionary: 1. expressing possibility. 2. used to ask for or to give permission.

It seems to me that it in some ways indicates a strong possibility for, whilst at the same time granting permission to.
The meaning to and for is a powerful spiritual trigger and a tremendous remedial encouragement for the mind. Thinking Man PNG, Clipart, Thinking Man Free PNG Download
It gives us rights and confidence to pursue and persist with knowledge that there is a possibility, a more than likely chance –  especially when applied with another positive thought, word, or feeling. This excites me – I may be well, you may be well.  Imagine this!
To be, or not to be, that is the Question” - Kwize
William Shakespeare’s famous quote “To Be or not To be.”
How we have focussed on the word Be over the years since, allowing it as the directive, however here, let us see if there is not something more powerful because the To gives the Be-ing power, permission, assurance, confidence, all clear, advantage, condition, destination, and direction, call it what you will, I see a stream of light that may just be the lumination needed on the path.
500+ Prayer Images [HD] | Download Free Pictures On UnsplashIn the famous prayer of Jesus, for is used as a qualifying YES, indicating guarantee of Right and Reason, the purpose of belonging, intention, and connection – “for Thine is the kingdom, Power and the Glory.”
May: Possible? Yes, it very well maybe. So whilst one cannot be certain a thing will happen with a maybe, though indicating possibility, nevertheless, with a ‘you may command’ a thing is certain. And it is this sweet little wisdom that tickles my awareness.
Trees planted by streams of living water - All Saints HighertownMay May find in you a willing participant, an active, avid, ardent pupil, like trees planted by water, sending out roots by the stream, leaves always green, unafraid of the heat;

and finding confidence in Love, shall be called Blessed.

 ~ A mystic musings on May is written by Lady Palmer, Spring 2021

A time of Refreshing…

May is indeed a time of refreshing as it is a time of hope.

As we advance toward the half-year mark we stand on this one step that stands, as it were, between what has been, and what is possible.

So here we get to engage and participate the greatest opportunity of our lifetime, the opportunity to choose.

What will your choices be?  Here you are given the chance to step in and step up, to the helm of your destiny: your unfolding.

Who and what am I? This fundamental question from which answers might well determine the rest of the year, the rest of your life.

At the core, you are the stuff from which you were beautifully formed. Designed to prosper in health and strength, beauty and love. All you could ever wish for and more that these are already within you. This, my friend, is the truth of your beingness.

Image result for mayAnd so, realising the truth about your essence will inform your choices going forward.

The way ahead is clear, inviting you to enter thereon, in the knowing that all is well and better still that all shall be well.

May each of us for the all of us, echo the soul’s sweet refrain ‘and so it is!’

And so it is.