Monthly Archives: April 2013

Like Attracts Like is our GPS

It’s so easy to think we know something when we don’t and to believe something is a virtue when it’s not. This is a ‘wrongside in’ world and it’s no wonder we’re full of shadows. Many of us are treading … Continue reading

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Red Pill, Blue Pill: Isn’t There a 3rd Pill?

How do I keep on keepin’ on when my only two choices are compliance with the matrix or ongoing war for liberation? For there to be endlessness, there must be three forces at play. Isn’t that what the wise ones … Continue reading

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The New Way is the Way Through

Now, more than ever, it’s wise to encourage our children’s faculties of perception, some of which are called extra-sensory. They’re not really extra, as we know… they’re natural. Just in the course of accomplishing daily activities, we can create situations … Continue reading

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Resurrecting “Shine It On”

We all know the past has everything to do with today. Right now I’m wondering if ‘being there’ in the sixties and seventies made some of our generation permanent rebels. We do all we can to resonate with the positive … Continue reading

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Nads – Two of My Favorite Things

“Mom, you don’t have any nads.” “Well, it’s just a design issue.” “Women have to have nads too… you have to defend yourself.” “Yes, but I’m not into fighting – I like to communicate.” “You don’t have to fight, just … Continue reading

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Spades Are For Digging In Deep!

Take ownership of who you are. What does that mean? Well, we’re here at the greatest time of change imaginable. We’re trying to not freak out about it… and that’s not easy for those of us who have our eyes … Continue reading

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The Unfolding of the Divine

Last night I happened to come across a videotaped speech delivered by former US National Security Advisor  Zbigniew Brzezinski in 2012. I had been thinking and writing about how we can disengage from conditioned fear and the emotional wave while staying … Continue reading

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