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Posted: Apr 24, 2008 10:17am
Apr 1, 2008
WORLD PEACE Collective Consciousness Meditation at 2:00 PM EDT and 11:00 AM PDT. - CLICK THE LISTEN LIVE BUTTON.

We are focusing our energy on Tibet, The Middle East, Somalia, Darfur and Zimbabwe. As you can tell, this is going to take as much energy as we can get! It would be wonderful if you send emails out to tell people to tune into the meditation. It is 30 minutes of pure love and everyone participating will feel fantastic, perhaps even for days. What a better way to spend 30 minutes by sending pure love to areas in need.

Then: Regular time Law of Attraction Talk Radio Show at 8:00 PM EST/5:00

The 2nd show at the regular time is with GW Hardin, 7 time NY TIMES Bestselling author (The Messengers) will be talking about the most incredible spiritual event that is taking place on June 21 in Yellowstone, Montana. This is called "The Gathering of One" and it is being directed by Angels. Yep! No kidding! This is ushering in THE GOLDEN AGE OF PEACE. I should mention that GW Hardin was a computer scientist with a mathematics degree and stopped that career because of a healing by the angels who have helped him write the books. Now, you can call the Angels his inner source, or entities like Abraham, or divine inspiration, but as we have learned, whatever the Angels represent is simply that of pure loving and creative energy.

So listen to both shows and have a wonderful high energy day!


Sow the seeds of Peace ... the world is ready. Lets see if we can awaken the world to The Gathering of One: Global Eden Event 2008.

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another with the sacred and world geometries used for this event

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Sep 27, 2007

Scientific experiment from Harvard Uni proves that meditation lowers crime in Washington DC. Senegal closed 3 prisons after sentencing inmates to meditation. Now, ain't that a wonderful way to "reform" ex-offenders? Schools with meditation programmes noted marked increase in students' confidence and productivity.

"Art is a collaboration between God and the artist, and the less the artist does the better."
"It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not."
"God depends on us. It is through us that God is achieved."

Andre Gide
French critic, essayist, novelist & Nobel Laureate (1869 - 1951)

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Posted: Sep 27, 2007 12:41pm
Sep 21, 2007

This is the second part of "A Powerful Performance." Here, the Declaration is read by many popular actors, including Mel Gibson, Michael Douglas, Whoopi Goldberg, Winona Ryder, and others. To hear it read with such zeal is very inspiring. Think of this document whenever you think of the role of government.

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Posted: Sep 21, 2007 1:26am
May 15, 2007

Everyone learns differently.  Some of us learn best if we see new information, others if we hear or touch it.  The following website will help you evaluate what kind of learner you are.  When you know your "learning style", you are better able to choose learning strategies which capitalize your strengths (or help you to overcome your weaknesses).

 How to Discover Your Learning Style and Create a Learning Style Profile

Four Approaches to Language Learning Based on Learning Style

The first link leads you to a comprehensive series of inventories (questionnaires), specifically designed to help you determine what kind of language learner you are.  The second link offers four approaches to language learning based on your learning style.


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Posted: May 15, 2007 12:32pm
May 13, 2007

Seed 5: Balance

Sowing the Seeds for Change is a series of blogs looking at virtues which will allow us to change, and thus create a change in the world.  This is the third week for this series posted every Sunday.

Seeds are natural, they don't have to be forced or cajoled into growing - they do it willingly - it's what they do best.  When you plant a seed in the right conditions it grows - it can't help but grow.

The fifth seed is balance.  Throughout our lives we are seeking balance - between family and work, between spiritual aims and other aims, between responsibilities for ourselves and responsibility for others.

When we learn to look after ourselves keeping our mind peaceful, loving and thoughtful, then we have the clarity of mind to know exactly how much time to spend looking after ourselves and how much on other responsibilities. 

I can only give my best to others when I am myself at my best.

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Posted: May 13, 2007 1:10pm
May 11, 2007
The Winged Life
A Dream of Flight
The human desire to fly--physically and spiritually--is a profound way to transcend like the angels.
By Ptolemy Tompkins


 Most people have recurring dreams. I’ve had several over the course of my life, but the one I had more often than any other--again and again during my childhood--was one in which I found myself walking in the big backyard of my parents’ house in suburban Virginia.

In the dream it’s warm, I’m barefoot, and the grass underneath my feet is a lush, summery green. I walk faster and faster, but without breaking into a run. Then, all of a sudden, I’m no longer walking but flying. Not high in the air, and not fast, but just off the ground. The grass moves by, only a few inches away. Gradually, I speed up. Beneath me the grass moves faster and faster, becoming a beautiful blur.

Then...I wake up.

An original dream? Hardly. In fact, you would be pressed to find a less original one. The dream of flight is perhaps the most widespread in the world. Just about everybody, everywhere, dreams--as children of course but also as adults--that they can fly.

Anyone who’s had one of these dreams knows how curiously familiar the feeling of flight is while it’s happening. Of course, I would think to myself as my feet left the ground. Of course I can fly. How did I ever forget? Flying felt as natural and normal to me, in these dreams, as drinking a glass of water on a hot summer day. Likewise, my surprise as I woke up and realized that I couldn’t fly after all was as sharp as the kind I feel today when I reach into my pocket for a set of keys and find that--unaccountably--they’re not there.

All around the world, traditional cultures have taken the human feeling that we should be able to fly so much for granted that they have assumed that surely, at some point in the past, we must actually have been able to do so. The myths and legends of these cultures usually see flight as part of a whole package of abilities that people possessed in ages past, before things went wrong and fell into their present, less-than-perfect state.

"Whatever the causes of the Fall," writes Richard Heinberg in his book Memories and Visions of Paradise, "its effects are described similarly in almost all traditions. With disobedience, attachment, and forgetting come the loss of contact with the sacred Source; death and the necessity for reproduction; and limitations of various kinds, such as the loss of luminosity and the abilities to fly and to communicate with the animals. Human beings must now labor to obtain what they need to survive, must invent technologies to compensate for the diminution of their various natural abilities, and must wander through life unaware of their real nature, purpose, and collective past."

Cultures with myths like this tend to agree that though most people can’t fly anymore, some can--at least on rare occasions. All the world’s faiths have stories of individuals who, usually because of their exceptional holiness, are able to break the bonds of gravity every now and then--even in the uncharitably thin air of today’s fallen world. And of course it’s no accident that angels, even when they appear without wings, always possess the power to overcome the laws of mundane physics that keep the rest of us stuck to the earth at all times.

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Posted: May 11, 2007 11:24pm
May 6, 2007

Seed 4: Appreciation

A seed, when it is sown, requires warmth and water to sprout and begin its growing process.  A seed is so small, but packed inside one seed is enough to grow a flower, a shrub, even a tree.  A seed is simple - it goes into the ground, you can forget about it - it will emerge when it's time.

The fourth seed is appreciation.  So often we judge others.  It's easy to criticize, to point out the faults.  We have been so conditioned to reject those who don't meet up to our own high standards.

Appreciation works the opposite way - it notices the good in others and in situations.  It holds onto the goodness, keeping a positive outlook.

When we find fault, we lose touch with our own goodness.  Through appreciation of others we gain our own self respect and self worth.

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Posted: May 6, 2007 10:29am
Apr 29, 2007

Seed 3: Adaptability

Sowing the Seeds for Change is a series of blogs looking at virtues which will allow us to change, and thus create a change in the world.  This is the third week for this series posted every Sunday.

Change is not easy.  It takes effort.  It takes determination.  It takes faith - faith that the change we're attempting is worth the effort.

Seed number 3 is adaptability.  We are always facing change, whether we are affecting the change or whether it is our circumstances that change.  Change can be uncomfortable if we harbour fear, mistrust, jealousy, or resentment.  These negative feelings hold us back, creating an obstacle.  If we let go of the negative and embrace the positive - new opportunities, a new freshness in life - we can adapt to new situations with openess and adventure.

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Posted: Apr 29, 2007 11:45am
Apr 22, 2007

Seed 2: Accuracy

Sowing the Seeds for Change is a series of blogs looking at virtues which will allow us to change, and thus create a change in the world.  This is the second week for this series posted every Sunday.

Virtues are qualities we all hold.  Some virtues are immediately apparent in our behavior while others are hidden deep.  Only we have the power to emerge a virtue - sometimes it's just a matter of knowing what to look for.  Sometimes we recognize our hidden virtues when we see it displayed in someone else.

The second seed is Accuracy.  This is not meant to mean perfection, but rather a spiritual accuracy - knowing who I am and to whom I belong.  When we stand firm in our spiritual knowledge of the self, we can then approach every situation accurately and with clarity.    We will know what is required to create harmony in relationships.  And we will be able to inspire those around us with our enthusiasm, trust and confidence.

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Posted: Apr 22, 2007 3:38pm


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