Do you see what is and what else it is?

You might have heard people say, ‘what you see is what you get’.  What I have learnt is there is so much more to see than just what is on the surface.

Tribal cultures talk about there being ‘spirit’ in all living things.  In the clouds, animals, trees, water and stones etc.  I subscribe to this belief too.

So what does that have to do with seeing what is and what else it is?

When I see a bird, I see the bird, but then I might see other things.

Take a look at some of these photos I have taken and I will share what I see and what else it is.

Firstly I see a magpie, then I see a whale (on it’s wing)

I see a stone, then I see a man who is like a coyote with a buffalo headdress

I see a palm frond, then I see a native American headdress, a porcupine and a swordfish

I see a cloud, then I see a Pheonix rising from the ashes.

The act of firstly seeing one thing and then seeing something else as well, is called scrying.  As spirit is in every living thing, that is why this occurs and that is how a spiritual message is given to you.  Spiritual messages will appear in all things, you just have to see what is and then really see what else it is, so you can get the message.

It is a great way to get you to think laterally and outside the square.  Sometimes taking pictures of things help you to really see it later.

Why not try it today, go out and look at things, really look at all things.  See what messages are about for you.

Enjoy Tracy x

10 thoughts on “Do you see what is and what else it is?

  1. I could see all these things too. I also love looking at clouds
    and seeing a landscape of mountains or hills surrounding
    a lake. It brings me peace.

  2. Love this Tracy, I see things in my house,in my curtains, in the floor and I am always looking at clouds….but you have inspired me to look further … particularly in nature. Thank you.

  3. What you are talking about Tracy also encourages us not to ‘judge a book by its cover’. Often our many and varied exteriors cover a deeper truth, a spirit, an essence that is not revealed unless we look more closely.

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