Purrs and thanks to Sue for sending us this lovely meditation.
You close your eyes and find yourself in a large meadow. The grass is a
deep green color and a warm, soft breeze caresses your cheek as you look
to the distant mountains on the horizon. The sky is a brilliant blue
with soft white clouds drifting in the wind.
As you look around you see a path leading out of the meadow into the
forest. As your thoughts contemplate following the path, a large cat
appears on it and walks up to you. It sits down and stares at you
unblinking. You carefully reach down and touch the cat. Itsí soft fur
is smooth under your hand, and you start to automatically pet the
animal. The cat rubs its head on your hand and wraps itself around your
legs purring loudly.
You gently sit down in the grass and continue petting the immense
feline. It looks at you with its large eyes and you feel yourself
pulled into the twin pools of soft colored light. You surface to find
yourself near a small tank of water at the base of a tinkling fountain
with your cat companion next to you. As you look around, you realize
you are in a courtyard of a temple. The air is now dry and very hot.
The grass has been replaced with sand, and the sun beats down on you in
a dark blue sky.
At the end of a long stairway, massive yellow stone columns line each
side of the aisle that leads to the portal of the temple. There is no
one around so you slowly walk up the stairs and go to the doors. The cat
trots ahead of you as you open the doors and enter the building.
Inside the temple light pours though a large round opening in the center
of the interior, and the air is cooler on your body. The walls are
covered with murals, and as you peer at them you realize that each mural
has a cat featured in it. Kittens romp over their mother in one. A cat
washes itself in another. Each one is different, however each one has a
cat as the main character. The colors are vibrant and alive and the
cats look as if they could leap out of the picture and walk up to you.
At the far end of the room there is an altar with a stature on each side
of it. The statures are slightly larger than you are. The lower body
is a human form, however each has the head of a cat. Their arms are
crossed and in each hand they hold a rod and a scepter of office.
The cat jumps lightly onto the altar and gives a soft mew. At the
sound, the very air starts to come alive and you hear a whisper of the
sound of bells in the distance. Suddenly, a stature starts to come
alive and moves toward you. As it comes closer, you feel love and peace
radiating from it and you are comforted. You hear a voice in your head
and you know it is coming from the being that was the stature. It tells
you many things that you have wished to know. You now understand the
links between incidents that have happened to you in the past, the
present, and to the future yet to come. You know there are no accidents
in life. Life is but a grand play that leads us back and forth, but
always brings us closer to the love and light of your Source.
You finish talking to the being, and it steps back into place and
becomes stone again. At the same time the cat once more gives a soft
mew and begins to glow and grow smaller. As you watch, it continues to
shrink until it is the size of large coin. It turns to metal and as you
walk up to the altar, you find it is a small metal pin with jewels for
eyes. You take the pin knowing it is a gift for you from the cat being
and leave the temple.
Going back to the pool you refresh yourself in the water, and as you sit
back and stare into the pool you are drawn into it. Suddenly you find
yourself back in the meadow where you began your adventure. As you look
at the pin in your hand, you know it is a reminder of the information
that you have been told. The knowledge comes to you that if you ever
wish to go back to the temple and the pool, you but have to look into
the jewel eyes of the pin and you will be taken back there. For now,
you are content with the information that you have been given. You send
out into the ethers a mental thank you to your friend, the cat, and come
slowly back to the present.
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