A new transition
Last Friday Rosie gave birth to quadruplets and this morning I noticed she was missing a lamb, her tiniest of ewes. I found the lamb laying in the NW corner of the shed and when I picked her up, she felt a bit cold. I could tell that she was in the midst of transitioning and so I sat on the shed floor and held her close to my chest. I talked with her and asked if she wanted to tell me her name. The name Trina came almost instantly in my mind and I thanked her for sharing her name. I held her, stroking her tiny head and looking into her eye thanking her for allowing me to witness her walking between the two worlds…………the physical to the spiritual. I continued to stroke and talk to her calling her a lamb of God and thanking her for being a part of my tribe.
She wants me to help others to understand that there is no death and that she chose to leave at the tender age of 6 days old. I felt as if her tiny body could not contain her huge spirit and she can help others more from the spiritual realm. Tears flowed as I spoke with her but I did tell her that I am learning more about the spirit world and I am was so grateful to be with her at this time. I told her I knew that even if I had not been there with her, I knew she would not be alone because Joy, Cupid and all the others who have previously walked over the rainbow bridge were waiting there for her. I also let her know that my Grammie and Grandpa were there, along with my angel babies. I asked if she wanted to assist my purpose work bringing comfort to mother’s who have lost a baby and it is the lamb that a mother can hold during her time of grieving. Grieving is a part of the human experience but the animals nor our beloved family members want us to mourn their loss for years as I did for my first born daughter, Lisa. Take whatever time you feel necessary, but know that when we place all our energy into grieving we actually push away those on the spiritual plane who are wanting to connect with us.
Everything is energy and energy cannot be destroyed, it only takes a different form, therefore those that we love are still with us. We are light beings, like a ball of energy and we use this term when talking about a young child or animal yet we see ourselves only as dense material. It is in this dense material that we are able to experience life in physical form. As light beings on the spiritual plane we are unable to have experiences such as wrapping your arms around someone you love on the earthly plane.
Trina’s mother Rosie had already released her tiny daughter because as she lay in the midst of transitioning, Rosie was not calling for. Rosie’s tiny lamb was now in my arms, held close to my heart comforting Trina until she took her last breath. I looked up the meaning of the name Trina and it a nickname for Katrina and the name Trina means pure/unsullied. I was unfamiliar with the word unsullied so I looked it up in the thesaurus. Other adjectives for unsullied were pure, clean, unblemished, faultless, untarnished and immaculate. These words totally expresses everything this beautiful tiny white lamb embodied. I don’t know how long I held her tiny body close to my heart asking for her transition to be with ease and grace, and even though tears flowed, I felt at peace with what was transpiring. Some of the ewes came up to visit, but her mother Rosie never came as she was tending to the other 3 lambs.
Holding the little lamb Trina close to my heart as she transitioned, triggered the memory of holding my angel baby Lisa as she too had transitioned in my arms. The tiny white lamb Trina, symbolizes all the babies mothers have loved, and who transitioned in utero or in infancy. My experience with Trina this morning was to remind me of the circle of life, while lambs symbolize our angel babies. Thank you beautiful Trina for allowing me to care for you during your transition, it was my honor. I love you Trina and know that you are with me.