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Salvation Anyone?

Most of the world’s religions believe that god is separate from man and believe in good and evil, and in suffering.  Some refer to it as Karma.  Most teach the importance of striving for spiritual ‘purity,’ of releasing all ‘sensual’ desires, and of transcending their human-ness.

Some religions subscribe to the belief that Jesus Christ died on the cross to save us from our ‘sins.’ That we are born sinners, and only if we embrace Jesus as our messiah will we be able to have eternal life, and go to heaven when we leave this mortal coil. That we must worship an external god, and follow a lot of dogma to prove worthiness, or the consequences could be dire. Continue reading


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A Personal Note To Women

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I have said this many times in many ways, but I feel it is important to remind you of who you are and where you are headed.  I’m addressing those women who are in the forefront of this transformation from carbon based to crystalline based beings.  As women especially, we are releasing so much in such a short period of time.  We are releasing our galactic story.  We are releasing our connection to our bloodline, our spiritual family (whether it’s the family of Michael, or another name, it doesn’t matter).  We are releasing mass consciousness.  We’re letting go of our care-taking roles, of holding energies and processing energies for others.  We are letting go of trying to make the male energy less angry.

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The Game

Recently I was shocked to lose a beloved T.V. character… Not the actor, but the character he played in a T.V. Drama that I was following devotedly on Amazon Prime.  (I don’t own a television.)  He was killed off unexpectedly in the script. This has happened several times, in various t.v. dramas, and each time, I am just as shaken.  It makes me realize how invested I get in some of these shows, and in the characters, even if they are written as having questionable integrity.  Often the producers will ‘kill them off’ because the actors have chosen to move on to new projects.

This time I was hit hard. I had a good cry.

So I had to ask myself, what’s going on here?  Why was this tugging so strongly at my heartstrings?  And then it became apparent that I was not allowing myself to fully grieve my own ‘death.’ What feels like the death of my old self.  I, too am moving on to new projects, to a new life, and saying goodbye to my old ‘story’ was pulling on my heartstrings. Continue reading