We are Interconnected: Tragedy in Our Seas

Yet another example of how we are interconnected, for better or worse. In this case, Hawaii’s beaches and sea life are struggling with the aftermath of the tsunami in Japan, two years later. In the birds and fish, plastic has been found in 100% of the wildlife tested. Our food supply contaminated, we are reminded of why it is in our best interest that the products we manufacture be made of materials that are environmentally-friendly and biodegradable.   We are…ecosystems within ecosystems. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp=50002132&#50002132

Giving Thanks

I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday. I know I did. I’m very grateful for having had the opportunity to spend it in the mountains with my loving husband. Ah…the Macy’s parade, the lighting of the Christmas trees, the delicious aromas of herb buttered turkey and of course grandma’s stuffing, roasting marshmallows around the dancing fire, the sight of countless stars blinking throughout the indigo sky, the relaxing sounds of acoustical guitar, and excitement of college football buzzing from above the crowded bar…all embraced within the golden glow of the candlelit pine and rustic stone lodge we shared with others. But there is so much more to be grateful for beyond our own immediate lives. In our distractedness, we regularly forget the many angels that work to keep our world together, literally. I’m thinking of all of the good people who put others’ needs before their own, and who can be found in every organization quietly attending to the greater cause. They are the rock upon which this world stands. Believing in abundance and blessings, they share what they have. These are the world’s true leaders, who love to serve more than serve to be loved. They understand that the children of other countries are as precious and deserving of our care and concern as those in our own homeland, and that our economy is interdependent upon fair global exchange and support. Serving as an example to us all, they consistently demonstrate compassion for the empty-hearted who are more needy to win than to love. Full of light, they resist temptation to engage in the fight, and steadfastly prove their goodwill. They are the pioneers of our day, who courageously nudge our understanding into wisdom, and who brave the stormy criticism of those who are afraid they might have to change their ways when their thinking is proven obsolete. They risk everything, but think of it nothing. For all good people of the world who love, let us be abidingly grateful.

Who Am “I”?


I am a drop of consciousness emerging from an ocean of consciousness.

And yet I am the ocean of consciousness from which my atoms and cells themselves emerge as individualized drops of consciousness.

Drops within drops within drops, I am an infinite array of consciousness.

Hologram within hologram within hologram, I am conscious being, life and love itself.

Consciousness, the Cross, and the Spiritual Path


crossangelYou have been born from the cosmic night to send love rippling, horizontally and vertically, at the break of light.

The son of consciousness, you travel a spiritual path symbolized by the cross of love, even if you know it not. Blinking in and out of existence, your journey travels up and down the ladder of consciousness, into higher and faster speeds of quantum vibration, into lower and slower material realms. Carrying love across the space of time, you find your way into wider and broader circles of inclusion and beingness.

So when you see the symbol of the cross, contemplate where you are on your spiritual path. How high and how wide do you cast your net of love? Are you a “fisher of all men” as is the Christ and all those who truly follow him? Or are there those who are excluded from your love? Carry the cross as a reminder that, as the son of God, your responsibility is to share love with all that is, here on this earthly plane as well as multidimensionally on all planes.

As taught by the Tibetan, where the vertical intersects with the horizontal, there is the Cross.

What is Energy? (A Reference for Our Conversation)


“Energy” is the capacity and power to move or exert force.

“Energy” is, generally speaking, any field or matrix of moving waves carrying information, which cannot be created or destroyed by humans, only transformed from one type or arrangement to another.

The term energy “signal” usually means the information communicated by slower electromagnetic waves that take time and space to travel. However, here it is used more generically to indicate the “information” communicated by any type of wave, even torsion fields that are in touch with one another immediately and symphonically, even at seemingly great distances.

“Pure energy” carries the signature message called life, the source field which animates all particles and atoms with various levels of consciousness.

“Force” might be differentiated from “pure energy”; the former existing within matter, and the latter existing prior to being organized into the shapes we call matter. When form is shattered and is no longer structured, perhaps we can say that “energy” is released. No longer pure or original, but energy existing in wave form.

When speaking about ourselves, we could say that our energy bodies are our nonmaterial bodies. Nonmaterial to our eyes, that is.