Monthly Archives: April 2013

Controlled Folly

Controlled Folly In light of his focus and detachment, a spiritual warrior also understands that his life consists of equally important acts, and these actions are also equally unimportant. Sounds like a contradiction in terms doesn’t it? This premise warrants further explanation because it is … Continue reading

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Lightwarriors

Looking back at this week, i have to say i am a little more than distressed at the events we have all witnessed in our country. The tragedy in Boston taking center stage. There is so much going on behind … Continue reading

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Stalking yourself

The art of stalking in the life of a spiritual warrior is an exacting discipline.  It requires rigorous attention to an aspect of our awareness that most of us generally ignore-our thoughts. Why would anyone want to stalk their thoughts? … Continue reading

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Ways to move the assemblage point

This is a follow up on my previous post. Please excuse if some of the terms used may seem foriegn to you at this time.  If you continue to follow these missives and also read back thru the archives you … Continue reading

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The Assemblage Point

Surrounding every living person is a vibrating Energy Field. It is an egg shaped pressure field that contains and characterises our individual consciousness as distinct from that of others and the universe at large. Other descriptions are, the human aura … Continue reading

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Transmuters

I have been exhausted this past couple of weeks with all the downloading of energies…all sounds very familiar to a seasoned Lightworker – except that we are needed more now than ever before. Our “time” has indeed arrived, and all the … Continue reading

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The Law of the Last Screw

Our minds can be terrible things at times. Certainly not our best friends when frustration sets in. I grew up with a father who was a mechanic/philosopher. We were constantly engaged in the repair of automobiles and other man made … Continue reading

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