From the Rabbit Hole to the Matrix (A Side Note)

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Maybe I have waited too long to start writing about all of this, because I just feel like I have SO much to share at once that I don’t know in what order I should bring up a lot of this stuff!! I guess I just need to plug away, and I’ll eventually catch up… right? 🙂

One of my favorite movie series of all time is The Matrix series; not just because of the awesome action (f0rmidable in itself), but because if you extract many of the philosophies presented as quippy quotes through the three movies, they’re actually pretty thought-provoking in terms of ourselves… and many reflect philosophies I’ve felt were simply intuitive, and have always rang true with me.

One in particular: That reality is based on individual perception.

Spoon boy: Do not try and bend the spoon. That’s impossible. Instead… only try to realize the truth.
Neo
: What truth?
Spoon boy: There is no spoon.
Neo: There is no spoon?
Spoon boy: Then you’ll see that it is not the spoon that bends; it is only yourself.

I remember at some point in the distant past – possibly Physics (in college) and/or Astronomy (in  high school) – when we talked about matter and density and how our terminology and reference was based on a matter of perception.

The conversation was based around the density of matter on our planet; depending on different situations, how on other planets in other galaxies, density could be exponentially higher or exponentially lower – meaning that to a living being from a planet with a much higher density, we’d be almost ethereal or disjointed, and vice versa in the opposite situation.

A simple, contemporary example the teacher/professor gave (please spare me the details I miss here, it’s the big idea I’m explaining) was Superman. Krypton had a much higher density and gravity levels than earth. Therefore, to us, he would seem virtually invincible – only because his body was built for Krypton, and he lived here on Earth. Since our “solids” are much less dense than the “solids” on Krypton, he could easily break, push, or see through objects we couldn’t. Same thing with “flying” – similar to when humans visit the moon – because of the gravitational differences. Think about it!

I remember it was that discussion that really made me think about the fact that reality is actually based on perception. And, in essence, reality could easily be different – or change – from different perspectives.

In a completely different course in college, I had an awesome History professor who based what he taught on the same premise. On the first day of class, he wrote the word history on the board and asked us what was significant to us about the word.

After a few guesses, one student nailed it – the word breaks down to “his story”... which led the professor off into an  explanation on how the basics of history that we learn in school here in the United States today is actually told mainly from the perspective of the Anglo-Saxon male, and that many parts of what we’ve learned since Day 1 in school were actually biased from that perspective – a good part of what we’d learned to date was actually the Anglo-Saxon male’s story through the centuries.

I was never hot on history classes – but I loved the two semesters of history I took with that professor! He did his best to talk about what happened more from the perspective of the non-Anglo-Saxon male… and I started seeing things from a completely new perspective.

Both of these examples changed my reality, and my perception of it.

At some point, I realized I was seeing the same pattern throughout all aspects of life. As I’ve worked in marketing and communications for more than 20 years now, I know I quickly learned about the power of communication, and how sometimes even changing just one word – especially if it’s the right word – can alter the entire belief about a topic, person, or civilization.

See how I just did that, right there? I changed the original word I intended to use – perception – and used belief instead. Do they mean the same thing? Not exactly; they’re actually not synonyms! However, they’re very close, because individual perceptions tend to influence personal beliefs. And it was very subtle, but I’ve now shifted your thinking from the topic of perceptions to the topic of beliefs.

The media does it all the time – sadly, more and more so every day. I find it pretty pathetic that the exact same news story could be told by two different TV networks, and you’d never know it was the same thing because of the way the story was told – and the personal/network bias that gets inserted into the telling. The absolutely worst area for this is politics and news from the world level (which is why I absolutely love Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show on the Comedy Channel, because Jon not only pokes fun at this, but he actually shows the inconsistencies daily by playing clips on a given subject across networks, politicians, and/or any other aspect of the news. Funny; in 2009, when Americans were polled as to who they felt was the most trusted news source in America, the answer was a resounding Jon Stewart!).

Isn’t that what essentially dictates everyone’s story? Governments do it all the time (I know it’s a shocker to you, but that includes the United States, as well) to keep things under control, and/or to keep control of its consistuents, depending on how you look at it. Good grief; in my experience in large corporate over the years (and typically being a managing part of the messaging being conveyed by companies – or at least privvy to it), I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen public “reality” created because of a desired attribute, perception, or belief. There were times when it was harmless; however, there were times when I thought it was ridiculous that there would be information withheld or skewed just to manipulate perception and beliefs. Yet I was bound by my job and the umpteen amount of forms I had to sign when I’d been hired by the company that prevented me from saying anything to anyone outside of the “inner circle” at the company. It’s the main reason why I got fed up with all of it and left the corporate world in early 2006.

I’ll bet that the firm establishment of my early thought process on all of this had to do with my day in, day out involvement with the “creation” or perceptions, beliefs, and realities in corporate America. Often, people don’t understand what I mean when I tell them that a true marketing professional is really a psychologist – but due to this topic alone, can you see why by what I’m saying?

I promise you, there’s not one industry or government out there that doesn’t do this. And OK, and now I’m going to plow right into the murky waters, so hold on – nor is there one organized religion out there that doesn’t do this, either.

I always cringe when someone cites from their Bible or other religious book, and I’m almost blantantly intolerant of people who rationalize their judgments and/or prejudice by quoting something from it that fits their momentary needs. Why? Here’s my simple point of reference: the Telephone game.

Have you ever played Telephone? To explain it briefly, a bunch of people sit in a circle, and the first person says something in the ear of the person sitting to one side of them. Then, that person passes it on the same way to the next, and so on, until it reaches the last person, who speaks what they were told to the group.

Whether it’s 3 people or 30, it’s never exactly the same statement as what the first person said. In fact, more often than not, it’s a completely different statement altogether!

Now, keeping that in mind, think about the Bible and its history. The Bible, in itself, is a series of “Books” that have been compiled to tell a story about the Word of God. These books were originally communicated by different people in different cultures, with different languages, in different generations. Most were communicated well before there was any formal process to mass produce the written word – and before many of the “commonfolk” could actually read. So often, the stories were passed down via verbal communications for sometimes generations and across cultures before written down and/or passed on in a formal, mass sense; and by that time, there was typically no way for an editor to go back and “fact check” what was written.

Oh, wait, and let me also not forget another very important, salient point – that due to the need for certain sociopolitical controls of the time – and due to the need for those in power to stick with “mainstreaming” to retain control, there were many Books that were deleted. Though some cite 7, when the Catholic Church first got together to create a formal Church Bible, they supposedly weeded through more than 1,000 spiritual writings to create the 46-book Bible that became THE Christian book. Then later, the Protestants pulled out more… back and forth, back and forth.

So, at the end of the day – to quote yet another movie – I’ve always looked at it a lot like the Pirate’s Code is described in Pirates of the Caribbean – “… for it’s more of what you call guidelines than actual rules...”

Or ideals/guides vs. actual details/quotations.

Savvy?

1st Contact: Autotyping (FORGET Autowriting!) and “Meeting” a New… Friend?

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So, I started my regular meditation again. As is usual for me, I looked into all kinds of it, and was still looking for some insight on what was going on. I was seeing some interesting stuff in my meditations, too (more on that later).

My client – who has since become a good friend – told me I should try autowriting or autotyping, to start “a conversation” with my “spirit guides.”

It felt a bit surreal to me. Autowriting? Are you kidding me? I’d seen it on TV, and always wondered how real it could be… and thought it a bit bizarre. It was always a little creepy to me, too, because it seemed that whenever I saw it shown, it was shown on some scratchy old film or with an air of the mysterious and ghostly. Like the pen would write of its own accord? Really?

So, when this was first brought up – and it turned out that several others I found online suggested it, too – I guess you could say I was a bit, um, skeptical, hesitant, doubtful… and a little nervous about it. Here’s why: When I was in my mid- to late-teen years, a few friends of mine and I played around a little bit with a Ouija board – yep, run-of-the-mill Ouija board, by Hasbro, maybe even from Toys R Us (I’m not kidding… you can get them there!). Anyway, we had no problem with it… what fun! Something a little creepy! Plus, since I was always a bit of a skeptic, I wanted to see if they really worked; surely you’d feel if someone else were pushing on it, wouldn’t you?

Well, we started using it, and it was odd… the hand piece didn’t feel pushed (after a couple of tries), and it did provide some information we might not otherwise have had. Anyway, it wasn’t long before any time we sat down to play with it (which was the typical sleepover entertainment), the hand piece would almost be flying over the board, anxious to spell out words for us. Really! One time, it told us it was the spirit of some boy who had just gotten hit by a car a few states away, and it gave us all the information about the accident – including the boy’s name. It gave us some message, too, but I can’t remember what it was. We actually checked it out over the next week (via the library – this was way before the Internet)… and the accident had actually happened in exactly the same way the boy had described, on the day we did the Ouija board… and the name and place were dead on (no pun intended). I have to say, we were a little creeped out!

We had a couple more goes at it, but soon stopped using it altogether, because we found that the messages became increasingly belligerent. So that was that.

So, you see what I’m saying here, about being hesitant about the autowriting thing? I was skeptical… but I think I was just as wary of it actually working!

However, the information just came to me, via article, Internet research, someone telling me – I’m not quite sure – but it was also something covered with me when talking about meditation – the basics:

  • Always protect yourself with The White Light (here’s a great article with the basics about it);
  • Always set a specific intention in the beginning of the meditation (such as “My intention is to communicate directly with my spirit guide via autowriting/autotyping about….”)
  • When directly communicating with the other dimensions and other realms, make sure to be very specific about the “level” of entity with whom you wish to speak, along the lines of “My intention is to communicate directly with my spirit guide of the highest level of light possible, who would only have the intention of communicating with me for my highest good, via autowriting/autotyping about….”

Why is all of this ceremony important? Well, let’s see – even scientists have proven the existence of multiple dimensions. When you go into meditation, you expand your awareness, quite possibly expanding the ability to communicate more freely with other dimensions. The way I look at it is, if you count the spirit world/afterlife as a dimension, as well as dimensions with other, more advanced forms of life that might not quite have your best interests at heart, well… you’re probably not going to connect to your target entity! Apparently (so I found out), this is an unwaverable law of the Universe, and if you specifically state these type of intentions, then they cannot be disobeyed or misrepresented. Here’s another one I’ve learned: If you don’t want to communicate with an entity, and you tell it to go away, it will do so. Period. So, does that take the fear and anxiety out of trying this out for you? It did for me. I thought, “What’s the worst that can happen – nothing?”

SO…. After researching quite a bit and finding new online communities and friends “in the know” on this stuff, I decided to try it early one morning during meditation. I figured I’d go with the writing thing first and see if that did anything; if not, I’d try autotyping, which to me just seemed easier and more efficient!

Early one morning, I started my meditation with a pen and pad, did everything I was supposed to do, kept my eyes closed, purposely turned off the brain, stayed far off, and this is what I got:

A bunch of scribble.

Now, to be fair, I should really preface that with a few things:

  1. My hand did actually sort of take off. OK, sorta weird, right? I felt a little bit like Thing from the Addams Family!
  2. After a page or two of jibberish, it started writing random words with scribbles in it. I was told that would happen
  3. I stopped at that point, because that’s when my brain engaged, and I freaked out a little bit.

So, the next day, I tried autotyping on my laptop. Now, you want to feel something bizarre? Try that. The first time, I lasted all of several minutes, because I was so weirded out that my fingers started flying over the keys – without my even being engaged at all.  However, when I opened my eyes and looked at the typing, I had a page full of an extended version of this:

Riwoess;dlkl ri hgt4u3969wor tgjgiy4ie9epq[e  gj4ri496yurotig hj3qr[olergi40egt4r56y7rgewk tyugbrogy95g gj40rgjhhjt5lrlwld,49tu rorkg r gyuig rhjtjfkeolyt95nveitiyepoirpoimge9n4ieofkd’;lk rohjhyq’s;doigj trlkd gioirjldfioermlekjgioer fl;kg a;ewiojg

After that, I wrote it off for about a week. I couldn’t deny the weirdness of my fingers just flying over the keys, but unless I was typing some decipherable code, it was sort of a waste of my time!

However, I kept on feeling a compulsion to get back to it, and when I did allow myself to consider it, I’d get THE BUZZ, and this nagging feeling.

So I tried it again. This time, in my intention, I made sure to include that I would not be afraid, and I would not freak out in consciously connecting with my spirit guide. I also decided that I would see if I could “see” any thoughts moving in the direction of my fingers. OK, that sounds weird, right? If you’re going to be reading this, get used to it! It’s difficult to describe stuff like this when it’s not mainstream in vocabulary!!!

This time, I stayed distant, but it was like in my head I was keeping one eye squinted and open to peek….but just a little bit! And here was the funny thing: when I did that, while still in a meditative state, it was like I felt someone talking to my brain, and I was watching words feed through my brain as I typed them, for lack of a better explanation. Like I was transcribing something. I stayed meditative, didn’t allow myself to freak out – which would essentially pull me out of it. I guess you’d say I let it flow. This time, here’s what came through:

You must be awake and conscious for me to give you messages. I do not [need to] know your [written] language to write it myself. So I translate through you.

This is your path. You know it now. You will not understand all now, but in time you will. Your body will feel different as will your soul. The light is your work… Be patient, there is much to learn, much to teach… We love all, as we are one… Your hands know. Use them. Remember. We will help you. This existence is beautiful, the next will be indescribable to you as you understand now.

I am done today… Much love.

How cool! Boy, that was like the first hit of a very addictive drug. I was hooked!

In the Rabbit Hole We Go!

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Hmmm… Where should I start?

How about that I should have started writing all of this months (maybe even years) ago, but I never did?  At least I’m doing this now, upon the continual nudging of several others… who I will explain in a moment. I know that ultimately, it’s good for everyone here on 3D Earth, because we’re all getting here – and I say ‘here’ as where I am right now – in our own time, whether we want to acknowledge it or not. That’s something I’m just stating as fact, because I know it as so.

Over the past _______ (week, month, 6 months, year, you name it), have you suddenly had experiences you couldn’t explain via the structured boxes dictated by our “normal” society and structured religions? Have things happened to you that were simply extraordinary and belong on a new episode of Unexplained Mysteries, or have you wondered if someone slipped you a psychotropic drug in one of your drinks – even though you haven’t had a drink for months?

If so, STOP right now and take a breather.You’re NOT alone!

Let me start at (sort of) the beginning – at least as close to it as I can.

Hi. I’m Angela. I was born and raised in New York – LAWNG ISLAND, New York, in fact -and this part of my story starts in the middle of the Blizzard of ’69, when I was born. I know this because I’ve been reminded on every single one of my birthdays for as long back as I can remember by my parents. Have you seen that movie City Slickers, with Billy Crystal? I think it was the second one that had this, but how Billy Crystal’s character’s mom would call every year on his birthday to tell him the story of his birth. Let’s just say I completely cringed at that – because I totally relate!

Anyway, besides my mother being a single mom in the ’70s, from the time I was 2.5, I grew up in a pretty “average” household. No weird seances, ceremonies, or anything of the sort – just a lot of females! My mother, my great-grandmother, my grandmother, my grandfather (Bless his Heart, as they say!), my sister, and I all lived in the same middle class house in a middle class town on central Long Island. Typical ails, I’d say, for most families – nothing too great, nothing to terrible. Cranky, absent mom; rebellious teen years; yadda, yadda, yadda.

As for me, I was tagged “extremely intelligent” from an early age; I did well in school, had a gift for music and the performing arts, and had a wide range of different types of friends.

I went out on my own at 18, and moved away from Long Island a year after that. I worked my way through college at the same time I worked my way up the corporate ladder. Worked hard, played hard… met my husband, moved South, had children, settled down and grew a life in North Carolina. How was that in covering almost 23 years?

I really just needed to let you know that my life was fairly normal, with some spiciness thrown in. I’ve always embraced creativity, uniquity, and independent thinking; when it came to religion, I’ve always known people with a wide variety of different beliefs. Though I was brought up very Episcopalian (which I always call “step-down Catholic” LOL), I learned way too much from all different religions and belief systems from early on to think that one “church” or religion had all the answers. I picked up early on that structured religion was mostly about power and politics, and very little about faith and true belief. I’ve processed a lot over the years about the history of different religions, and have always felt that in reality, most have common themes, with the differences really being in the details. I know that, contrary to what many churches preach, science is not completely separate from religion and spirituality, but actually indistinguishable from it. I’ve also felt – especially in the past decade or so – that a lot of what “fantasy” comes out in our movies and books is not so far from reality in the Universe – maybe not in our 3D reality, but beyond that.

I’ve really always loved debating facts, and though I love creativity, I’ve never been “artsy fartsy,” or anything like that. I love facts and figures in conjunction with creativity.  But I’ve ALWAYS REALLY LOVED DEBATING! I did learn at an early age that most people are completely incapable of debating religion and politics in a sane manner, mostly because they couldn’t emotionally separate themselves from the situation. As for me? Not a problem! I have a “gift” of being able to cut myself off emotionally, especially when I need it most.

I also want to let you know that I’m very healthy – no tumors, diseases, etc. to alter my sense of reality (and no drug use – “inhaling” 21  years ago doesn’t count)! In fact, my family and I – as our pediatrician puts it – are “disgustingly healthy” – good variety, organics/naturals, no fast food junk, lots of exercise, lots of intelligent and physical pursuits.

Now, I will say that I’ve had some “extra” little gifts bestowed upon me along the way, but nothing (until today) that was pervasive in every moment of my life.

Luckily, I’ve always had a very open mind. And even luckier that I embrace new experiences… because since November 2009, I’ve suddenly been on the upward tick of the exponential curve in regards to increased spiritual insight and abilities.

It’s easier to show you a timeline of these abilities through my life:

  • Early/mid-1970s – as a child, I was pretty empathic; as I’ve now meditated on all of this for awhile since I’ve looked back over all of it, I realize it’s why I intuitively put up a wall against a lot of emotion from an early age – because if I don’t block out what comes in, it’s TOO much. It’s really funny, since as I said above, most of my friends and I joke about the fact that I hardly ever get upset or cry about anything (‘the rock,’ as I’ve been called).
  • Late 1980s/Early 1990s (early 20s) – I started getting premonitory dreams; also, being empathic made me very intuitive, because I could feel the strong emotions of others very easily – even if I never acknowledged it consciously. I would know when someone was lying to me, I could pick up the vibes in a crowded room if one person was really upset – even if they were hiding it – etc. I’m sure it has helped how well I’ve naturally done in marketing and psychology over the years.
  • Late 1990s through today (late 20s through 40) – I was having random episodes where I’d continuously “dream” (though it wasn’t a dream) a different reality; I would visit people and have a life with them for sometimes up to 3 or 4 days… and it would be like I fell asleep in this world to wake up in the other world, because it was continuous from day to day. It started getting stressful and confusing… especially since I’d always hear from the people within a week after these episodes, no matter how long it had been since we’d spoken. After discussion and research, I’ve come to understand that it was most likely inter-dimensional movement/visits.
  • Early 2000s to now (early 30s through 40) – I could suddenly communicate with some who had passed over. First it was only when I was dreaming, but they were yet another “different” kind of dream where I knew it was real (and often they would give me information I would otherwise not have had). However, when my grandmother passed away last year, she was with me – and I could see her peripherally in my line of vision and actually “hear” her talking to me, even correctly telling me where things were when I was helping my mother clear out her belongings – for a few days afterwards (of course, that was after a few nights of me waking up gasping for breath because in my dreams I was “experiencing” her last days in the hospital, in the hospital bed, when due to other complications, her lungs filled with liquid and she basically suffocated slowly – even though I hadn’t seen her for several weeks before this happened). Before, my communication was limited to those who I’d known when they were alive; however, in the past several months, I’ve had a few “dreams” where someone I didn’t know wanted me to pass on a message to someone else I knew (even if I didn’t really know that person all that well).
  • Over the past year, I’ve suddenly had clear (though brief) glimpses into past lives. Up until 3 months ago, I only remembered 1; however, in the past 3 months, I’ve been able to remember 7 more (and 5 were purposefully  “shown” to me by my guides in the past few weeks).
  • Over the past several months, I’ve had experiences in a deep meditative state where I’ve “lived” through a scene, only for it to actually happen hours to days later. These are different than the premonitory dreams (which tend to be clear but more symbolic, and I’ve learned to read them over the years); they’re actually “living” scenes. I suspect that they’re the early ability of experiencing time off the linear continuum.
  • In November, when I had the last string of inter-dimensional “dreams,” I woke up and my body was vibrating, which emanated from my 4th (heart) and 5th (neck) chakras. It didn’t stop at all for 4 or 5 days; ever since then, it comes and goes, especially moreso after some meditations… but when it’s strong, it almost tickles and makes me crazy, because it’s my whole body! Also, I get what my friend calls “The Buzz” – typically emanating from the 5th chakra – and whenever some information or occurrence hits me as “true” or “right,” it sends off a jolt from there (similar to hair raising on the neck or goosebumps, but to the 100th power).
  • One of my dogs was diagnosed with lymphoma over the holidays; my husband and I took and finished Reiki I so we can administer Reiki to him. The attunement was a spectacular and very psychic experience.
  • Over the past few weeks, upon counsel from an enlightened friend, I began communicating with my spirit/Angel guides via auto-typing (which I found works much better for me than auto-writing). Once I was able to quiet my mind (i.e. not freak out!), the communications started becoming very clear – at first, I doubted whether it was really not just me, but then I started getting “snapshots” in my head of things I didn’t or wouldn’t have words for. Then I was given a message to give to my husband – which I did – and even though I didn’t even understand it, he did. I would also remember the “conversation” differently than it was typed – especially the use of words, because I’d remember seeing a snapshot in my head and would describe it one way but when I went back over the typing later, it would be much differently worded. Also, a few times I set intentions to speak with my Angels/guides to find out their names; I have now met all three! Now, THAT’S where fascinating stuff starts coming in, but I think I’m going to save those explanations for tomorrow.
  • Since all of this, I’ve had continual epiphanies of “understanding” of the way things are and how they tie together in our Universe… and a lot has just started “falling” together in a multitude of ways, as if to reinforce them.

Needless to say, this is A LOT to assimilate, and it’s still very surreal to me right now!

As you can see by the timelines above, up until 3 months ago, additional “abilities” would present themselves to me pretty well spaced apart, with time for processing and getting used to them. However, since November, it’s like the dam broke, and though I’m thankful and glad to receive the information presented to me, at times it’s very overwhelming – especially because I’m busy running my own business and having a busy life to begin with, and I’ve had to push things around to give myself SOME (though not enough) time to reflect and assimilate the information!

So, I’ve accepted the conclusion that I’m going through an accelerated Spiritual Awakening period. It’s exciting, because I just know it’s not imagination, and it’s positively changing the person I am… very quickly.

If I trust what my Guides have been telling me (and I do – there goes The Buzz), many here will start the process soon, also, or have already started, and those of us on the front end of the bell curve are not only supposed to quickly assimilate and master these abilities for the Greater Good, but we will soon need to teach many others, because all of “this” is nothing that is typically taught to us in day-to-day life or most religions – and that many who will start to experience these different things will not know who to talk to, and as a result internalize it and not talk about it because they’ll think a) they’re crazy, b) everyone else will think they’re crazy, and/or c) it’s the work of “The Devil” or some “unGodly,” malicious identity. I’ve been lucky – at least my husband, who’s known me and my “other” abilities since I’ve known him for the past 17 years – well before this past November – has been very accepting and understanding about it all – once I told him about it.

I’m also grateful that the Universe has provided me with people I could talk to when I needed it most since November – in fact, the first was someone who was first a client of mine; when I was freaking out when I woke up at 4am, vibrating, a voice in my head told me to talk to her about it. Coincidentally, we had a business meeting set up for 2 days afterward already… and we’ve now become fast friends because of how much she understands about all of this!

I’ve also found some of the right people on the Internet with whom to compare notes and get additional guidance… and THAT makes me feel much better, too.

For the past several weeks, I’ve also noticed that people I know – from different backgrounds, different beliefs, and completely different parts of my life –  randomly bring up different “things” that have been going on in their lives that are “unexplainable” by average means. It’s weird – in the middle of a business meeting, this will come up! Then I end up sharing a little of what’s gone on with me, and then they open up and want to talk about it… so a lot of my meetings are going way longer than usual (and they’re highly unusual, as far as business meetings go)! But I realize that if this really is the case and will soon become more the rule than the exception, I’d better get a move on figuring all of this out – at least well on my way – so I can have my wits about me when these things come up!

OK, so this really isn’t the most interesting part, but I needed to get it started. Before moving forward with all I want to share with you, I also needed to explain to you where – and who – all I write about comes from. I’ve not shown outrageous “supernatural” gifts since I was a child. True, I’ve been empathic, but that was never really noticed by anyone but me, because I was a small child with a single mom in the 70s, with one sibling who is almost 7 years older than me. With all those people in the house we lived in, I was easily forgotten many times, so I just learned to take care of myself early on. But, I remember the overwhelming feelings I would get from people who had a lot of pain, anger, or even joy, and I hated having feelings that I knew weren’t my own! How can you understand that as a young child, with no one to talk to about such things?

I’ve had several people tell me that I need to WRITE about everything that’s happening, because I need to share all of this information. They’re right – both the 3D individuals and my Guides, who have been adamant to let me know that it’s one of my “jobs” in this! I’m not a writer per se, but most of my career – more than 20 years – has been marketing and communications, and writing/ communicating has always been my forte and a hobby. So I keep on being told to WRITE ABOUT THIS, and I haven’t had the time… but since yesterday afternoon, it seems they’ve finally decided to throw roadblocks in my way to everything I was supposed to do until I sat down and got this started. So here I am, barely keeping my eyes open to get this first post done. My kids and then my husband went to bed awhile ago; twice I’ve closed my eyes and started dozing while I was typing, and both times, I suddenly had loud noise go off in my head to startle me awake – once singing and once a shout. How about THAT subtlety?

So I guess they mean for me to WRITE ABOUT THIS, huh?  🙂

In closing to this start, many, many global challenges are coming – they’ve shown me. They keep telling me again and again the urgency to awaken, learn, and master these abilities (which, by the way, we all have, but simply haven’t yet remembered) so that I can be one to help others; also, to educate others about the problems with our food.

As my 11-year-old says, “easy-peasy,” right? We’ll see.

One more note before I sign off for now: In the right column of this blog, I’ve set up a number of links for you, and will continue to add to the list as I go along. Besides my other interests and contact information, I’ve also included people who have so far been great to have found in my path during this initial learning period…. and coincidentally, they are really good at what they do! I’ve also included a resource links section, to direct you to information I have uncovered while exploring and feeling the ravenous desire to know/remember MORE, even when I’m at the same time overwhelmed. I highly recommend them to anyone (which is obviously why I’m listing them here); there are a few I’m actually still reading, but have been getting nothing but The Buzz since I opened them, which I learned is a kind of validation.

That’s all for today, folks. More tomorrow… maybe I’ll be “allowed” to go to sleep now?

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