It's been a while since I posted; there was that thing with having to pay, and although I knew it would be easy to figure out I just didn't have the energy/feel it was time for me to do much here. Lately, tho, I've been feeling and itch to get back involved in the community. And, as I figured, it was a piece of cake to pay a bit of money and get back into things.
I've been posting on my own blog regularly. I kept thinking to myself "I really should post this on the…Continue
It wasn’t the first time that day that Jesus had gotten into a boat. Now evening had come and it was time to get back into the boat and cross over to the other side.
I doubt there’s a person here this morning that will not at some moment hear these…Continue
Added by Charles Asher on June 27, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
The Permaculture Sprout Cellar Network (A Transition Buckle).
New Myth 23 by Willi Paul, permaculture exchange
In 2015, Northern CA, Oregon & Washington seceded from the United States of America in a sacred coup d’état fueled by a feverish localism bent, new agriculture values and Transition spirits. That same year the new Union, called Cascadia, created a…Continue
Added by Willi Paul on June 23, 2012 at 6:14am — No Comments
Well, this next week we can definitely say, the 60s are BACK! …Continue
Added by Cathy Pagano on June 18, 2012 at 3:17pm — No Comments
What is needed to make a group function?
I asked my higher self and I was given this vision:
We are a group of people sitting in a circle connected by tree circles of white light - we are by holding hands.
The first circle we kind of sit on - the second one is running through our hearts - the third one runs through our heads there where the pineal is placed.
We sit here for a while concentrating on the circles, then it seams as if a light is growing in the…Continue
The old man lived on a wooded point of land on a deep glacial lake. His home, close to the water, yet still partly hidden by pine, oak and ash trees, was modest. It was wood, two stories, with a large picture window overlooking the water. There was a two foot rock wall, which he built with his own hands, in front of the window and between the grass and shrubbery…Continue
My experiences with UFO`s - will be glad if others have UFO experiences to share
It is Easter 1988 I think and I meditate more these days than normal.
I feel as if the air got thick and intensity surrounded me. Later the oil heater started, usually it made a terrible noise, but now suddenly it played the most wonderful music, “this must be music from space” I thought. I sat down and opened to the music and enjoin it.
The air got more and more comprehended and I…Continue
Zikar is a contemplative practice from the Sufi tradition. It is often translated as remembrance. Through spoken or singing repetition of sacred phrases, combined with simple body movement oriented to the heart, one opens to remembering their true nature. The vibrational field created through chanting, along with orienting to the heart and its powerful energy field (the electric field is 60X and the magnetic field 5000X more powerful than the brain) help us move beyond our ego mind to…Continue
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Mythic Sound Ring - Solar Flare Journey
New Myth 22 by Willi Paul, openmythsource.com
Checkout the Video …Continue
Added by Willi Paul on June 10, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments
A few weeks ago, I Woke-up with words in my head: “As long as you have self-knowledge, you don’t need much else.”
Later that morning, while going through some of my old journals, I opened one at random to an entry having to do with Pramila Jayapal’s story about the…
Noah’s honey rust fortress ("junk yard permaculture").
New Myth #21
by Willi Paul, openmythsource.com…Continue
Added by Willi Paul on June 5, 2012 at 7:47am — No Comments
Sagittarius Lunar Eclipse, June 4, 2012
Added by Cathy Pagano on June 1, 2012 at 9:07pm — No Comments
Hi, everyone! I'm Sandy Nathan. I led the Book Club back in January with my book Numenon. I was just having fun reading the posts and articles on this site and thought you might enjoy an article I recently posted in my blog for writers, Your Shelf Life.
Like many in our culture, I am obsessed with winning. I carried my obsession into my life as an author, entering book contests galore, and winning many of them. (I've got…Continue
Added by Sandy Nathan on June 1, 2012 at 12:29pm — No Comments