Living in OnenessKnow Only Love
Karen Danko, a long-time friend, recently shared with me stories of her expanding communications with nature spirits. So few people take the time to venture into the world of the elementals who share our plant and I was excited to hear about Karen’s adventures. I was guided to invite her to share some of her experiences of this past year and she accepted.
Is the world going insane? Is mass consciousness suffering from mental illness? In the days since the Paris bombing, I have heard many people asking these questions. The answer to these questions could be yes, or no. Let me explain.
Learning how our lower-self fits into the big picture of ourself as a multi-dimensional being is not always as easy as it is simple. The teachings are generally straightforward – we are spiritual beings having an experience in a human body. All we need to do is remember who we are; but, how does one come into the experience of multi-dimensionality? Most practices have a trinity of some sort to explain our multi-dimensional being:
Have you read the headlines lately? Greed is breaking out all over. Contrary to what the character Gordon Gekko in Oliver Stone’s 1987 movie, Wall Street, had to say – greed is not good. It is important to remember that money is not bad. Money is simply a form of energy. It is neither good nor bad. It just is. The issues come around the use of that energy and the motivations behind it.
Who doesn’t love to sit on the banks of a lazy river or beside a cascading mountain stream and let everything go? I have had many opportunities to relax at the lakes and rivers of the Colorado mountains this summer, and I have taken full advantage of that wonderful energy. Water is a perfect medium for letting go of our old stuff. While fire represents the cleansing energy of the Divine Male, water represents…
No, I have not lost track of time. Yes, I know it is August, not December. However, why aren’t we always celebrating? Why aren’t we always in holiday mode? In the USA we take a vacation. In Britain, they go on holiday. Both of these events are designed for us to get away from the everyday grind and have some fun. The thought is…