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Elemental Spirit


The other day, I was sitting out on my grass listening to the wind play in the palm fronds. As I closed my eyes to listen to what the wind was whispering, it started to sound like rain on a tin roof or waves crashing on rocky shores. And as I kept listening, I began to see a fire circle with a large cackling fire. It was in this moment I finally realized the thread of Spirit that connects us all together and to the elements of this world.

I am so humbled.

Love and Blessings,
Marissa Moondaughter

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Arizona Part 4: More Sedona

Tuolumne by Eddie Vedder on Grooveshark


On the trail by the creek there was naturally growing Moonflowers (the white flower in the middle)!! No wonder I love this place ;)

I hope you enjoyed my pictures and thank you for sharing this experience with me.

Love and Blessings,
Marissa Moondaughter


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Arizona Part 3: Sedona Part 1


I looooove Sedona. I didn't even have touch up these photos, the colors are so so vibrant My eyes were blown away. I have so many pictures of Sedona, I am splitting it up into two posts, and it's not even all of them! The town was so beautiful too, I got a few trinkets there (I will show them in another post!) and then we hiked up to Cathedral Rock. It kicked my butt!

The terrain was so amazing, we started by Oak Creek on a forest trail, but ended up rock climbing! I will show pictures of the creek in the next post. While we were hiking, I stopped to pull an oracle card and my card was the Weasel. Basically telling me to enjoy this moment and take it all in. Jimmy got the Wolverine. The last pictures are of us at the very top. We were enclosed by there rock towers, hence the name I am sure. I felt pretty victorious up there. It was such a fun day.

I am so happy you are all enjoying these pictures, it's not over yet!

Love and Blessings,
Marissa Moondaughter

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Arizona Part 2: The Grand Canyon


The Grand Canyon was so so surreal. When we first got there it was so bright and sunny, the canyon looked like a painting; a vast backdrop of reds and browns. So amazing. As the day grew long, the wind picked up and clouds loomed overhead giving the canyon so much depth and shadow. Again, S.U.R.R.E.A.L. We climbed and explored for hours, and I took that little pine cone as a souvenir :) It is now on my altar.

I also had to put a picture of my handsome boyfriend up. This picture was too good to pass up. I am so blessed to be able to go on adventures with that loving soul of his.

Next time, we will go hiking in the canyon. I am so grateful for this beautiful earth we live on.

Love and Blessings,
Marissa Moondaughter

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