Fanning the Flames Vol. 5.9
Tir na Nog
Oisín and Niamh
Many years ago, there lived a great warrior named Oisín, son of legendary Fionn Mac Cumhaill, MacCool was leader of Fianna – a group of great protectors who guarded High King of Ireland – and each day Oisín and Fianna the green hills of Ireland protecting their king and hunting for dinner.
One day, Oisín saw the most beautiful young woman he had ever seen riding on a white stallion. This woman approached him and she told him that she was Niamh of the golden hair. She told him that she had long loved him from afar, but he had not noticed her. Oisín fell instantly in love with her and she invited him to go with her to live in another world. He agreed even though he felt sad to be leaving all of his family and friends behind.
He lived very happily with Niamh in Tir na Nog for what he thought was three years, but then he grew sad and homesick. He also had the urge to run but instead he spoke to Niamh about it and she Niamh reluctantly agreed to let him return to visit his family, and lent him her white horse, who would carry him safely there. She warned him not to let his feet to touch Ireland’s soil.
When Oisin arrived in Ireland, he did not recognise it. He couldn’t find any sign of his home, his family or friends. He saw some men struggling to remove a boulder from a field, and went to help them. Through chatting to them, he realised that three hundred years had passed while he had been with Niamh in Tir na Nog.
Shocked, he slipped and fell from his saddle as he leaned over to haul up the rock. Instantly as his feet touched the earth, he was transformed into a very old man, and died.
What was the moral of that story and how is it related to twin flames?
My take on it is, when you met your twin flame you instantly fall in love, you would follow them to the ends of the earth but a time will come where you have to be parted so lessons can be learnt. Oisin was clearly the less enlightened twin, he was the one who wanted to leave, could not be happy until he knew that he did not want to be with his family anymore and the lesson that was learnt by him was he should have stayed where he was because in the end it lead to his death (death meaning of the relationship). He should have trusted Niamh when she told him it was not a good idea to go. As a result Oisin and Niamh had to go through another lifetime before they could be united. Interesting huh?
Have you been drawn to any folklore stories recently, if you have then the universe is needing you to figure out the lesson from that and much of this will be presented to us on the 9th, the night of the full moon. I also have some interesting news about this full moon that many of you may not wish to hear, but there is always good and a silver lining behind every dark cloud. So let’s begin…
“Your conflicts today will be your advice to share with others tomorrow,” ~ Carol Mary 2017
I hope that you all have a great week ahead, I expect to hear from those of you who need help with dream interpretation, help with ego issues or any other twin flame things. I hope you enjoyed this blog if so please go ahead and comment I love to hear from my followers and many clients.
The most important news I have this week, is there has been another reunion!! Congratulations to Jenny and Richard!! I for one am so happy to hear your news, thank you Jenny for coming to me for help as I love to help twin flames unite, want this to be you, contact me, there is no case I can not figure out what to do with!!
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Wow I love that story of Oisin, seems similar to a Scottish one I'm familiar with though at the moment can't recall both names, Dagda is one I remember though.
Thank you for the great blog! I really enjoyed the story, made me think, even the lessons that are still having to learn. I'm hopeful for this, and remaining positive on my journey. Thanks again!
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