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
I enjoy sitting alone at cafés. I love just sipping my dark roast, writing in my journal, working on my blog from my tablet. Staring out the window. Between coffee refills I like taking a walk outside in the sunshine. This is my morning ritual. It seems to work for me. Starts me out on the right foot. Feeling good. Once in a while that ritual gets interrupted when someone who knows me spots me, and then I have a choice to allow them to sit with me, or tell them I need my space. I have done both, depending on my mood.
But more and more, it’s getting too uncomfortable to sit with these people. So I know that something’s gotta give. I can’t avoid them entirely because the community is not that large, and it’s inevitable I will run into them. So, I know I am going to have to send them away. Feelings will get hurt. But my feelings seem to be the most important now. And that is the most interesting point to me. Continue reading
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.
As I sit here at a cafe sipping my Gold Coast, I notice an elderly man in a wheelchair, on his own too. I feel a deep honor and compassion for him. For the road he is traveling can’t be an easy one.
So there is also that part of me, as a woman, that feels compelled to talk to him, make him feel cared for and loved. But now I am becoming more aware that those feelings, as powerful as they are, as much as it feels like it’s in my DNA, those ARE NOT MINE!
I am becoming more and more aware that there is also another part of me that doesn’t need to nurture. It is not my job to nurture the male because he may or may not feel lost or abandoned by the feminine.
At this point doing so just thwarts my light body and ascension process. Continue reading