Sun-LIGHT Blessings ~ Bee

The other day after returning from a couple of errands, I opened my car door, and heard the buzz of bee. I didn’t see the bee immediately. I went to open the trunk of my car, and I could see the bee in the back window trying to escape. I turned the car back on, and opened the back windows so it could (hopefully) escape. Poor thing looked a bit frantic!

Bee asks us to examine our productivity versus enjoying the honey our endeavors provide to us and putting them into balance. Bee also reminds us to enjoy our labors and activities. These wondrous creatures are so helpful to our environment, because they bring us flowers, fruits and food (honey). And, when the nests are in the ground are better for the soil than even worms. 

Bee reminds us to create what you want in life. Their homes, are hexagonal honeycombs, and this shape is a symbol of the heart, and thus the sweetness within our hearts. The hexagon also symbolizes the sun and the energies of the sun, giving us beautiful Sun-LIGHT blessings! 

Bee lets us know our dreams can be fulfilled when we pursue them, overcoming challenges to build our best life, while promising us de-LiGHT-ful treats, as we pollinate our precious lives. Who doesn’t want that? Thank you, Bee!

May we all savor the honey of our lives! 🙏💖🌟 ~ Heather

Published by Heather Lang

Through challenging and beautiful life lessons, I’ve grown, healed and discovered my true life’s purpose, which is to help others heal themselves, guiding them to find their true life purpose. As my journey of healing and transformation continues, I have been guided to share through the written word on my Facebook page and blog site, teach yoga, become a Reiki Master and intuitive guide. I also enjoy doing Tarot Card readings for clients. I AM an intuitive lightworker, and my former lives as many different types of healers along with many types of spiritual entities bring knowledge and wisdom to me, assisting in my gifts.

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