It’s amazing that whenever HaShem wants me to mediate on things and be still, he sends a bird. Not just any bird but a red bird. Sometimes a brown and red bird with a very red beak. Crazy right….well, not exactly.
According to the deeper spiritual teachings, anything that makes you stop what you are physically doing to think and rest upon something is considered a “mystical” experience. Things like prayer, supernatural visits from angels or even visions and dreams are all ways in which HaShem speaks to us.
Sometimes, little things like the red bird at my window is all it takes to make someone’s soul open to what HaShem is showing them.
There is a big tree in front of my window. It’s very very big and takes up the living room window and the bedroom window. The entire tree has leaves and is full green except for one branch. This branch is where my heavenly and air rider messengers perch. They just perch and sit and wait for my thoughts, my mind to clear and my soul to open. And at that moment, they often leave, flying away and never to be seen until the next time I need to clear my soul and Selah.
One pair of birds always come in their pair. They are brown and very pretty. Different looking from the other birds around here, which are plain black. The other two birds, the all red one and the brown and red bird with the all red beak, only come every once in a while separate. And these two birds always KNOCK.
Did I say KNOCK? Yes I did. They knock the window, and hit it and will keep on hitting the window until I pull the blinds back to see them. Then they sit only for a few moments before leaving.
This time to get proof, I ran away to get my camera, only to come back to find the red bird had vanished, flew away….It just knew I was trying to take a picture of it…lol.
Which brings me to a point in the human mind. We need proof, even when the supernatural is calling us, even I, a person who has had many supernatural visions and dreams and have seen things that normal people without a spiritual eye just would not understand.
Nevertheless, the bird at my window has once again intrigued me and brought me closer to HaShem through the view of His lovely creation. Selah.