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The Many Faces of Change

Artwork by Maria Chambers

I have to admit, when I am bored and want a distraction, I will sometimes check out the news, specifically the latest on the current administration. I find it ceaselessly entertaining, like a well written soap opera. I am certainly not dismissing the serious nature of the goings on, but I am detached enough from all of it to see it much more clearly for what it is: the galactic story being played out beautifully. Continue reading


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Martyrdom Is Dead

 Are any of you still dragging your misplaced sense of obligation, and of emotional responsibility toward others with you into the new energy?
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Artwork by Maria Chambers

Maybe you are disguising it in terms like, “wanting to be of service to others, and to humanity.”  Wanting to “be there” for friends and family.

This will not lead you to your freedom, any more than it will help anyone else. Continue reading


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Ascension: Feeling Lonely or Just Detached?

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 Today at the café I was sitting with a couple of people who I see there pretty regularly. I would consider these people pretty entrenched in 3-D reality.  At first I was much more resistant to sitting with them, finding the company of others difficult, especially as I move more and more into my sovereignty. 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