chameleon-1900816_1920Chameleon is a trans-permeable being and a friend to the Wedeme. Chameleon is master of the permeable membranes that separate the dimensional realms. Each dimension has a “skin” or membrane that is the lens one travels through to move between them. Chameleon is able to move through the dimensional portals by sinking into them and becoming one with them. Each dimension also has a color and a sound. Chameleon can call in those colors at will and move through a dimensional portal by pulsing its color back at it. There is no hiding from chameleon. To chameleon we are transparent.

A diviner’s goal is to become like chameleon.

Chameleon can see over the horizon without limitation. Chameleon can look into or through something that you can’t see through. Chameleon can know with its skin. It becomes what it senses.

The Wedeme have learned from chameleon how to understand the colors of our experiences and how to help our hearts in this way. Our hearts have the potential to be this psychedelic presence, like the chameleon, giving us complete access to the all.

The planet needs more transmission and less noise. Wedeme encourage us to become more like chameleon, which is a lower impact way of being on this planet. Humans push out at life. This feels aggressive to Gaia. Rather, be like chameleon, listening, being, feeling, sinking through the many dimensional layers of your experience.

We are too focused on the 3D experience, forgetting that we can permeate the other dimensions but not by pushing and tearing at them. As humans, we have this potential encoded within us. It is a primitive potential that we did not activate. Chameleon can guide us to activate this now.

©Theresa C. Dintino 2017

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Theresa C. Dintino is an ancestral Strega (Italian wise woman), Earth worker, and initiated diviner in the West African Dagara tradition. For more than 20 years Theresa has studied and practiced an Earth-based spirituality. She currently helps others reclaim their personal lineages through her divination work. Theresa is the author of seven books which include her Tree Medicine Trilogy. Learn more about her books here.