Monday, November 14, 2011

letting go and newness ...

I am letting this blog go, as it has served it's purpose
and I felt called to create something fresh and new.

is now where I will be.

Thank you ALL who have read and supported this blog over the years!

Blessings & Love to all, hope to "see" you there!

Monday, March 14, 2011

Choose Carefully

Friends, I tried to write this as a facebook status, and obviously I had too many words to share. I am being guided to share some insights I have been getting over the past few days. It's not easy to share, since it can be contrary to what we feel we are supposed to "do" as lightworkers and healers. Please just take this guidance as you wish.

As so much happens on the planet and in our own lives, it can be easy to get caught up in the dramatic stories and replays and information about tragedies. There is no doubt that it is all sad, the human lives lost and changed, the threats of even greater disaster as potentials. There is certainly a greater compassion in all of humanity that awakens when tragedies strike.

Words and images carry energy (especially when water is involved, as it amplifies everything and is emotional). (For those of you not aware of this fact, please see Masaru Emoto's work or the movie What the Bleep Do We Know?) As we feel moved by all the suffering, pain, destruction, heartbreak, etc, in Japan and elsewhere around the world, the video's, news stories, and images can flood our inbox and our facebook pages, and we may feel an inspiration or obligation to share these images. We simply propagate the fear even more as we spread the news clips and updates.

Anything based in fear, even if it moves your heart, continues to spread that fear and can hold the energy of the tragedy. Because of group consciousness and so many millions of people focusing on the tragedies, these situations can have a challenging time doing the work they need to do (from an energetic & soul perspective). Is focusing on the tsunami's destruction a help or hindrance? Thanks (or no thanks) to facebook, youtube, email, etc, we keep spreading fear, even if unintentionally.

What we focus on, expands.

What we think about, grows.

We can still surround the situations in light, love, and wholeness, have compassion for the world, but it is so much healthier and clearer from the state of Love. Simply ALLOW the situation to be what it is. Allow the situation to move at it's own pace and work on its own healing pattern. What we may *think* the situation needs may not be the case at all; maybe another nuclear disaster is what Mother Earth or the Universe has planned. (That is just an extreme example, I am not intending for that to happen.) We never know the Divine Plan, and there always is one.

Focusing on LOVE, simply love at its highest, purest, most divine state, is absolutely the best help and healing we as lightworkers and healers can offer. Surround the area's and people in LOVE, not focusing on specifics or aiming to be "the healer."


That is all that is needed. Hold it in your heart. That's all.

Consider what you are posting on facebook.
Think about the words you share.
FEEL from your heart what you are meant to share with the world.

We CAN and WILL shift it to a higher vibration of light and love, but only if that is what we focus on.


(PS ~ Find positive websites to share such as the Mystic Healing Portal or Do As One to help in sending positive light.)

Monday, January 31, 2011

8 days

In 8 days, I leave cold snowy Minnesota for warmth, sunshine, vacation, and the Tucson Gem Show. Finally! After 9 consecutive years attending, I had to miss last year due to family health issues. So my BONES are literally aching to go again! If you have read my blog for any length of time there are a few posts and photo's from previous years, but I have come across some great pictoral blogs that will give you a taste of the show:

Great descriptions, and the Crystal Man looks familiar!

She is a bicyclist with some good photo's.

Great food and great gem shows in Tucson!

Local Tucson News:

But not to worry, I will be blogging and facebooking lots of pictures and stories too! (I don't have immediate internet access while in Phoenix (where I am staying most of the trip), but I will in Tucson.)