Blessed By Birch and Eagle

Posted By on March 27, 2011

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10 Responses to “Blessed By Birch and Eagle”

  1. Pootz says:

    Again Randy, I am so grateful to you and Mrs LFM for welcoming me into the world you share. This was indeed a celebration! I am also grateful to Ryszard for both of you.

  2. Leroy Hearn says:

    A wonderful experience of spiritual animism in recognizing the living spiirit within all things. Powerful story, beautifully written, that emphasizes the mystique of spiritualism. We cannot see the wind, but it is there. Thanks, Leroy.

  3. Laurie says:

    Well, that is truly a beautiful and moving description of the events of that day. Profound and powerful, indeed! Everything happened in a very good way. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    How propitious that Diana should have seen the Eagle when she took the dogs outside on Saturday morning.

    What can I say? Again, thanks for sharing it, and for making me part of the experience. I’m honoured.

    All the best,
    Laurie

  4. Peter says:

    Hi Diana , Randy
    We have all seen Ryszard healing, after his touch with death, up at Keji. All who was there saw his spirit lift burning a piece of Birch bark. He would never fail to make a comment on the beautiful aroma it gave. It would take him on a voyage of memories and stories of his life. I am sure if it were not for that Magical Birch bark we would never have heard the stories, and in turn got to really know him. Randy I have known you for many years. Many before you knew the Kleszczynski’s; Ryzard , Izabella and Diana. I saw you looking like a shot up Lancaster toughly flying on. Diana I never knew how much a spirit could feel inspired and soar. As I saw your two wings touch it was and still is inspiring. Ryszard’s heart would be happy to see you enjoying a piece of his Birch bark .
    Diana Your Dad lives on in you and Randy.

  5. Randy says:

    Thank you to everyone who has commented, or will come to comment, on this piece.

  6. […] to Mrs. LFM and me, and was the place in which the ceremonies spoken of in my 27 March 2011 article Blessed By Birch and Eagle […]

  7. Gary Carbone says:

    What a beautiful way to honor your father in law. Nothing could be better than connecting with the Nature that the body goes back to when the Journey is over. I am learning a lot from your blog–it is just what I need, right now. Thanks again.

  8. Randy says:

    Thank you Gary. It says a lot that you found my blog when you needed it.

  9. […] Burning the Birch bark in memory of Mrs. LFM’s late father, Ryszard Kleszczynski. […]

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