By Shakti Thompson
This is such a beautiful time of year when the deer come out of the forest with their little fawns. There are many twins this year again. The nature shows us it’s cycle and miracle of birth. I hope the mothers get lots of nice green grass to produce nutritious milk for their kids. Soon the grass will get dry again and the summer will start. Last night when I walked outside I noticed two little fawns laying and hiding in the high grass. The mother was nowhere to be seen. Before I went to bed I checked on them again and they were still there. I prayed for the mother to find them. When I got up in the morning I went to see if they got picked up by their mom but they were still in the same spot. Finally when I got back from breakfast I saw one deer with one fawn walking towards the high grass area. I watched and saw the two little ones get out from their hiding spot to join their mom and brother or sister again. This mom actually had triplets. I had not seen that before. No wonder she needed a break for a while. The two didn’t waste any time and got their milk breakfast right away. They were really hungry. Then this beautiful family walked back into the forest.
began her studies with Sri Kaleshwar in 2000 and served full- time at his ashram in Penukonda, India for many years. Following Sri Kaleshwar’s instructions, she moved to the US to help manage the Divine Lineage Healing Center in Laytonville, CA and has been helping take care of the Center ever since. One of Kirsten’s many dharmic works is overseeing the Center’s charitable outreach programs in Mendocino County which provide essentials for those in need within one of the poorest counties in California.