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Icing

Art by Maria Chambers

We chose to be here in this lifetime as the ones going first, as the ones going through a history-making transformation from carbon based to crystalline based beings.  Many of us have moved through the doubts and the vacillation for the most part.  We are past the awakening and are now into the mastery part.  It doesn’t mean our lives are suddenly picture perfect, but it does mean that we are now taking total responsibility for our life and our expressions. Continue reading


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Is It Time To Express? Is It Time To Share?

Art by Maria Chambers

I have mentioned in other posts that we are always expressing.  And if we aren’t allowing ourselves to express our voice, another part of us will find ways to do that.  Even if it’s through bodily imbalances, and emotions like depression. Continue reading


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Expressing Our Soul

Art by Maria Chambers

Some people say they are not creative or expressive. But in actuality, they are expressing all the time. Perhaps not in the traditional way we know that to be, through an art form, music, writing, theatre and other forms. But being in physical is a form of expression. Our body is expressing on our behalf all the time. It expresses repressed emotions in the form of illness and imbalance. Same for our mind. And our life. Whatever we see around us in our environment, the people, the events in our personal lives, are all forms of expression, telling the story of our life. Continue reading


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The Upgrade

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Goodbye Old Friend…

Today I gave a good burial to my long time friend, my android tablet.  I did try to have it revived at my local carrier where I purchased it.   But after quite a while in their recharger, the woman assisting me gave me the bad news.  The device was a big part of my life.  I took it with me to the coffee shop, worked on it, played on it.  Watched Netflix and Amazon videos on it.  But I knew it was on its last legs.  It wasn’t performing very well, and the battery died quickly and had to be charged regularly.  It seemed to have outlived its usefulness. Continue reading