by Shakti Thompson
It is very exciting every year to watch the deer come out of the forest with their fawns again. It is a highlight when someone sees the first fawn, like the best news of the day. After this rainy winter it seems that more twins are being born. We never get tired of watching them play with each other and exploring the nature. When the fawns get a little behind the mother then they make this amazingly sweet noise to call for their mothers help. That always brings up my motherly feelings and I wish the fawn will be quickly united with the mother and be fine again. We are blessed to live in this beautiful nature so close with the wild animals. I realize that even more when we have visitors from the city. When they see the deer and the turkeys so naturally around it opens their hearts and they receive healing from the beauty of the nature. Watching the animals makes them peaceful and happy.
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.