Fall 2018 edition – Ascension, Resurrections, Shifts and Transformations Unedited & Uncut Musings

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I normally reserve my travel experiences for outside of the country, but for the past 2 years, I’ve changed up a bit. A shift in experience always follows a shift in perception. I believe that my beliefs about the political and cultural environment of the U.S., has clouded and prevented my intimate knowing of the …

Summer, 2018 – Ascension, Resurrection, Shifts and Transformations – uncut and unedited musings

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I wrote a four page entry for ARS&T; after inserting and editing the photos, I tried to save the file. The window continuously opened so that I could hit “save,” even after I “believed” I had saved the file. Finally I get a “Word is not responding.” I copy the document with the idea of …

Berries, Closets, Cleansing and Purging, Gardens and Micro-Brews, Surprising Skies and the Peace that Passeth Understanding – Unedited and uncut musings from my journal

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 I loved this year.    Sure, the political climate was stormy, and I have personally never witnessed so much shit hitting the fan, but the cleansing is on. I’m not much of a political analyst, and I do very poorly when it comes to discussing and writing about politics within the traditional framework. Actually I …

Infidelity: Beyond Non-Duality

Garden marigolds, grown from seed.
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 (uncut, unedited musings from my journal & from my more welcomed thoughts)     July, 2017. In the context of the dominant perception of the world that human beings hold, no life matters. August, 2017.* When the assertion is made that the world is an illusion, more explanation and clarification is necessary, no doubt.  Human …

Ascension, Resurrections, Shifts and Transformations, unedited and uncut musings from my journal. Summer, 2017

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For the past 10 years, my close friend and I have been sharing many aspects of our spiritual journey. One year after we met, and after hearing me mention A Course in Miracles, she asked me if we could read it together. She comments, frequently during our conversations, that it’s apparent that I am an …