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The Source Field Investigations

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“You create a loving space within yourself, which then allows loving energy to fill it.” I’m reading NYT bestseller The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcox right now and it’s a very well thought out work that has some pretty controversial and cutting edge science in it that at the end of the day has […]

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Awakening

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Tomorrow is November 11th, when people everywhere, maybe some people you’ve never met in places you’ve never been, yet people who think, dream and aspire same as you, will all be focusing their minds and intent on what a better world, a more perfect world, would look like through their eyes. All that intent in […]

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Inside Out

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“Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” Theodore Roosevelt Have you considered that everything we see without is a projection of the inner world we each create for ourselves? What’s the difference between a personal projection and a collective projection?  Occupy yourself and perhaps we’ll find out.

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Now is the Time

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An image from the clip below, a revelation… that careens you over a waterfall, a thousand foot sheer drop below.  As you hang, suspended, free floating above the rocks, there’s a feeling of vertigo that fades into a new calm, a visceral beauty and wonder at the gathering mist, at the resultant rainbow, at the […]

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The Elders Speak

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Native cultures from around the world are coming forward today in ways they never have to talk about the state of humanity as it relates to the state of Mother Earth and how the times relate to the prophecies of their ancestors. As I’ve said the Maya believe we’re entering a fifth age.  The Hopi […]

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What IS The Secret?

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Thoughts.  Become.  Things. For years I had successful friends mention”The Secret” to me.  I tuned them out.  They were rich and famous, what could they possibly know? Then a buddy gave me a book on it.  I smiled politely yet oh so smugly, pitying the fool before promptly stuffing that unread bit of fluff into […]