That’s Entertainment!

Author’s note: Comments are welcome as always, but I’m sure most of you know that the point of my posts is not to ignite any political debates.

I am spending more and more time devoted to my new reality, the 5D one.  So when I look at the 3D reality it’s more from a place of entertainment. And those of us who are well past that less than awakened place can see the news from a whole different vantage point.

When someone points out to me how the election of President Trump has been the worst thing that has befallen our nation, I tell them, no, he’s the best thing that could have happened.  And here’s why.  It starts with entertainment.

The perpetuation of  the patriarchy, of the toxic masculine, which embraces, among other things, sexism, misogyny, racism, homophobia, transphobia, and xenophobia….is brought to the American people in full, living color in the larger than life, tireless entertainer, Donald Trump. Continue reading “That’s Entertainment!”

Who Are The Brave Men?

Image by Maria Chambers

The brave men are those courageous men who embrace their own sensuality.  Who honor their feminine nature equally to their masculine nature.  Whether they are ‘traditional’ men, or they are gay, bisexual, transsexual or transgendered.  They naturally honor all gender identity and expressions in others. Continue reading “Who Are The Brave Men?”

The Barista

Photo by Maria Chambers

As many of you know, I love frequenting a local Starbucks for what I like to call my morning ritual.  Over time I found the one I like most.  As we know, all Starbucks are not created equal.  They may all look similar, but each one has its own energy signature.

The staff is friendly, and as I observe them over time, I notice they are a close-knit group and seem to enjoy working together.  Of course that trickles down to the customer.  We can sense those things and it can make for a much more welcoming experience.

I always say, one of the most important relationships in life is the one with your barista.

So one morning one of the young male baristas was pouring my dark roast.  He had been part of the staff there for awhile.  He was friendly, and seemed to enjoy working with the others.  We exchanged our usual pleasantries and he asked, “room for cream?” after which I proceeded to say, “Yes, ma’am!Continue reading “The Barista”