2018, The Year We Remember!

Here’s one I wrote a few years ago and have been saving for the right occasion. The Time Is Now!

These are the times the ancient ones told us about. If we all work together we can usher in the Golden Age, the New Renaissance, a bit faster. Any objections?

This song holds a dear place in my heart because it helped me find my voice. Many years ago I went off to college with the vague idea of being a writer. I liked too many things and had trouble settling on anything for a few years. Now, decades later and much water under the bridge, I still feel like I have something to say. Rather than just scribbling for myself, it’s time to share this with you.

Remember

We’re here to remember just how beautiful

The world that we live in was intended to be

We’re here to remember and to celebrate

How it feels for us all to be free

Can you imagine a world where everyone

Joined their hands together as one big family tree?

We’re changing the world now ‘cause we have the vision

That in each of us resides divinity

We’re tools of transformation if we choose to be

And we’re discarding what bound us to the past

The fears that had controlled us were illusory

And now that we found love, love is all that will last

We spent many lifetimes in preparation

For the liberation of humanity

The trials and tribulations we experienced

Were lessons in learning to live joyfully

We’re here to remember just how beautiful

The world that we live in was intended to be

Came back to help you remember and to celebrate

How it feels for us all to be free

 

Happy 2018 everyone! The best is yet to come!!!                    -d13

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Building self-confidence with meditation — Kadampa Life

Wow! this is excellent, just what I needed, a synchronous solution. Thanks for sharing this!!!  -d13

 

7 mins read I got the chance over the holidays to house sit in the Rockies, taking care of 2 Dogs, 2 Cats, and an unspecified number of Fish. I took the time to do lots of meditation, in between animals jumping on me, that is, and hiking up snowy mountains. Never since I was […]

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Healing Inner Emotional Wounds

This video by Teal Swan is excellent! I’m looking forward to working on some things on myself when I get home tonight. Doing the inner work brings clarity and aliveness. Rather than being one who is constantly triggered by things and overreacting, we can live in the present time unencumbered by old BS that we haul around with us.                                             Many thanks to Doreen at Ourgreaterdestiny!

 

Process of Integration

May 17. 2014
By Teal Swan

What most people call the emotional body is the truth of who you are at a feeling level. This layer of you contains the imprints of the emotional aspect of your memories as well as your current emotional state. It is the bridge between your physical self and our thinking self.

 

 

 

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Allow Tree Power to Transform Negative into Positive Energy

Thanks to Doreen at Our Greater Destiny for this gem!

Potentialize natural resources to heal and purify within and raise your signature energy Wednesday, 25 October 2017 Gostica Trees are very powerful according to Taoist masters. Aside from absorbing carbon dioxide and turning it into oxygen, trees also have the ability to absorb negative energy and transform it into positive. The roots of trees dig […]

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Climate Change Just Changed! STOP THE CHEMTRAILS!

Chemtrail sky, we see the lines that you sprayed
Exterminating us like you got a can of Raid
But when the light comes on you scatter to the shade
A spade don’t like it when you call a spade a spade.

Need we say more? Well, yes. Because we’re not done here until we liberate the planet. Read on. Keep eyes peeled for spades.

CO2 models overestimated by 50%! STOP THE CHEMTRAILS! Geoengineering Is The Primary Cause Of Global Climate Change, Not CO2 http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=27876 MAURICE STRONG The Yellow Brick Road to Climate Change https://climatism.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/the-creator-fabricator-and-proponent-of-global-warming-maurice-strong/ Please! Spread the word and take action. How? Post a response at blogs, videos, eco and news sites that blame climate change for weather wars, […]

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Late Observations of the Eclipse of 8/21/17

The real story of the eclipse was the wood ibis. Yep, that wood ibis, the lanky stork like denizen of the shallows and close relative of the spoonbill.

We left ourselves 4 hours to make the 2 hour drive (on most days) to the black stripe on the map as the eclipse passed through South Carolina. After making fairly good time for 2 hours, we bailed on making it the final 15 miles after the third hour on the road netted only 3 miles, opting instead to find a nice spot to stop and eat in Murrell’s Inlet, SC.

The food and service were excellent and we made friends with everyone we talked to. We reached the 99% point, only 10 miles or so from the black stripe on the map, path of totality, or whatever. Thus, it never got pitch black. But it became increasingly spooky as a twilight mood hit…

The first wave of ibises came by when the moon was over halfway into the sun. The groups numbered from a handful to about a dozen, and they sailed silently past, looking like they were on a mission. Every 10 or 15 minutes they made another appearance, probably about 75 birds total, though I feel sure we had many repeats. Were they thinking of settling down for the night? Or were they interested in giving us lots of photo ops?

The big deal about the ibis lay in the pages of the portable edition of the late Ted Andrews’s Animal Speak. He enumerates the meanings and messages carried to us by our furry, feathery, and scaly friends. We got our copy from the car and it said, “Healing, magic, and protection surround you. Take on opportunities to learn new healing and magical arts.” Woohoo!

Some folks predicted Woe of the Eclipse in their forecasts- we’d have the wool pulled over our eyes, the moon pulled over our sun- but we were having none of that! With all the people on the road aiming for a similar destination (see black stripe of total vindication above), plenty of opportunities arose for folks to lose their cool. Throughout the day, whether on the road or elsewhere, civility and comeraderie ruled the day. We are all residents on a planet who’s giving us a highlight show. What’s not to love?

The dreamy quality of Kathy’s picture above captured the magic of the day for us. Look closely to the right of the birds and you can make out the small image of the eclipse reflecting off the eclipse glasses back at the lens!

Our trip down to Oak Island was truly magical, and don’t forget: the best is yet to come!