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Divine Knowing

What do you know for sure? And how do you know this? Spiritual teacher Krishnamurti once taught, “The day you teach the child the name of the bird, the child will never see the bird again.” The child will lose its innate connection with the spirit of the bird and see...

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Life is about Decisions

Over the Thanksgiving break, I listened to a book on CD on my drive to Kansas. I was enjoying the suspense and action of the novel called The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille. The protagonist had been in the army, but was now a private charter boat captain in Key West....

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Love Flow

This song has been playing in my mind recently, so I'm going to share it with you in The Bellamy Brothers' own words. Let Your Love Flow Just let your love flow like a mountain stream And let your love grow with the smallest of dreams And let your love show and you'll...

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Divine Resilience: Willingness to Remember Who I Truly Am

Today's blog entry is an excerpt from the upcoming Teaching and Potluck on November 10 called Divine Resilience: The Willingness to Remember Who I Truly Am Earlier in the year, we worked with the energy of Transfiguration. We were working with the energy to transform...

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Is it Safe to Help?

While working to master my own fears of scuba diving, I was guided to take the PADI Rescue Diver course. In this course we learn techniques and procedures to help if another diver is panicked, has run out of air or has had a physical injury including loss of...

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Believe in Yourself

Do you believe in miracles? Really believe, not just as an idea, not just as a vague thought that they are surely happening somewhere. Are you holding miracle consciousness and welcoming them actively in your life? Have you asked yourself why not? A few months ago, I...

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Back to Basics

I recently enjoyed a lovely vacation in Hawaii and was asking my Soul what primary resonances and energies I should focus on while I was there. The phrase “original source” immediately came to me. I thought about how the land itself feels particularly connected to its...

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Snow Fall

Author’s note: I have been cleaning my office on this August day. I found this channeling and although a little early in the year for snow fall, even for the front range of Colorado, I thought the ideas this blog entry raises are welcome no matter the season....

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Balancing Intelligence and Love

“The brain gives the heart its sight. The heart gives the brain its vision.” These are the words of Rob Kall, a biofeedback engineer. I like Kall’s idea that we need both the functions of intelligence and logic of the brain balanced with the compassion and love of the...

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Allowing and Detaching from All That I See

There is a tremendous amount of change going on in the outer world, in our personal lives and globally, that appears to be unusual, outside of business as normal. From the perspective of the mental body, it can seem like chaos that is taking us nowhere or even...

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No need for labels

With the Fourth of July holiday upon us, my friend, Marsha Hankins, suggested a few books by authors who explored their inner freedom even in the midst of physical imprisonment. Viktor E. Frankl, a Nazi holocaust survivor, tells his story in Man’s Search for Meaning....

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Enjoy the Film!

Recently, I was guided to go see the movie A Quiet Place in the theater. Yes, I was guided by my Soul to see a horror film! In the past, I avoided horror films because I didn’t like the tension building, feeling anxious or being startled. I put off seeing this...

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