sun rays, sun orbs, spirit realm

Morning Greetings from the Sun

By Trina Otero

I felt a gentle tapping on my left arm. I awoke and opened my eyes. No one there. So I laid in bed and looked out the window. The sun was going to peek through in a few minutes to rise over the horizon. I turned on an album that a friend sent me last night.. And the first song was “Children of the Sun.” I laid there in wonder… And then turned on my belly to greet the sun. And this is the glorious sight that greeted me back. May your day be blessed & full of wonder. 🌄💖🌅

sun rays, sun orbs, spirit realm

Namaste 🙏,


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3 thoughts on “Morning Greetings from the Sun

  1. Dewin Nefol says:

    Hey Trina,

    I have heard the phrase ‘fingers of God’ used to describe the fan-like dispersal of sunlight bursting through cloud to create separate shafts of light. It is a beautiful phrase describing a spectacular phenomena, and one that feels perfectly related to the moment of your waking and the light tapping’ on your arm…a very serene way indeed to wake to the rise of another new day.

    I must say, your last few posts have seemed so alive and joyous, and simply bursting with energy and renewed life that one can almost see the shine in your eyes from here! It’s wonderful to see a beaming smile 🙂

    Have a wonderful afternoon Trina. Take care.


    DN – 14/05/2015

    P.S: The new Header for your Blog looks superb and has a magical way of sprinkling even more pixie-dust upon your writing. I imagine you are delighted.

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