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    Dearest Wind,

    Thank you for
    the sunshine you stream
    and the winds that regenerate

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    Thank you, dear RunnigDeer!



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    You must've OBE to my home. Cuz the picture is a perfect match to my medicine bag.

    My new desktop pic.

    It's easy to see why you are here at this time. Thank you, for being You.

    <3
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    Alan Watts - Live fully now



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    Hi Wind. I gave up the blame game along time ago. I know love is not how most percieve it, but i see it everywhere, although dulled in many, it is still present. negative/ or loves deflection comes in many forms, but can never exclude love. we can only look to ourselves to include love! Love peace and joy to you and all avalonions!

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    Growth Isn’t Always Linear: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

    By Lori Deschene



    “If you are going through a time of discouragement, there is a time of great personal growth ahead.” ~Oswald Chambers

    If I were to look back at my life thus far, as I often do, I’d notice a pattern of events and feelings resembling the activity on an EKG monitor.

    For every peak, there’s been a valley. For every leap forward, there’s been a stumble backward—sometimes just an inch, and other times, what seemed like miles.

    Recognizing and embracing this has brought me a tremendous amount of peace, because I once believed that progress required a steady, consistent ascent toward perfection.

    If I struggled with something I’d struggled with before, I felt I’d somehow failed. If I experienced a personal or professional setback, I thought I’d done something wrong.

    Growing, to me, meant always doing and feeling better than I did the day before. But I’ve realized that’s not growth; and when I believed it was, growth wasn’t what I was seeking.

    I was seeking permanently better. I wanted persistent happiness—a reprieve from difficult, overwhelming feelings, and a sense that every day of my life, I was one inch closer to the ideal.

    I’d say that life’s about the journey, but in the back of my head I believed it would have no purpose if not for the destination, which made it hard to truly pull my focus from it.

    In this mindset, ever fixated on getting there, and deeply upset by any seeming break in momentum, I constantly felt angry with myself.

    But I wasn’t supposed to be feeling angry—I’d been cultivating peace for years.

    I wasn’t supposed to feel uncertain of what I wanted professionally—I’d been working on my career for years.

    I wasn’t supposed to doubt myself—I’d been building my confidence for years.

    All this emphasis on where I should be made it difficult to ever experience those elusive positive feelings I wanted to feel.

    Then one day, I considered that maybe this mindset was paralyzing me. I wondered if maybe I was actually hindering my growth by expecting growth to be linear.

    It’s often in our struggles that we stretch and come to better understand ourselves. They’re part of the growth process—not a departure from it.

    We grow when we do our best to learn from and move beyond our challenges instead of obsessing over them and making ourselves feel stuck.

    This may sound simple, but for a long time, it was hard for me to wrap my head around this idea, mainly because of all the messy emotions that came up when I thought I messed up.

    Isn’t growth supposed to feel good?

    That’s the thing, though: Just like a muscle needs to tear to grow stronger, sometimes we need to wade into our own darkness to find a brighter light.

    We don’t need to worry that every setback indicates something’s wrong. So long as we’re making progress on the whole, we can trust we’re doing just fine.

    We will all make mistakes in life. We all go through phases when we need to relearn lessons we’ve already learned, and that can be frustrating when we’re in that moment, feeling regret, remorse, or impatience.

    But if we looked back on our lives, despite the peaks and valleys, we’d recognize how far we’ve come. We’d see we’ve learned and grown, as we do every moment of every day.

    We’d see we’re not the same people we were before, and know we won’t be the same tomorrow.

    Still, while we’re always becoming, we can’t ever experience happiness if we’re fixated on who we could or should be. We can only experience happiness by being who we are, because it’s only available right now.

    We may never attain the ideal, but maybe that’s okay. Maybe our purpose isn’t just to grow—maybe it’s also about growing to love our perfectly imperfect selves.
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    It would be an understatement to say that I like Alan Watts, I love him and his humour & wisdom and I just can't get enough of his lectures! I wonder where he resides these days? Perhaps he is here with us in another form.




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    The great Terence McKenna... Thankfully we still have his brother and Graham Hancock preserving his legacy.



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    We're playing those mind games together
    Pushing the barriers, planting seeds
    Playing the mind guerrilla
    Chanting the mantra, peace on earth

    We all been playing those mind games forever
    Some kinda druid dudes lifting the veil
    Doing the mind guerrilla
    Some call it magic, the search for the grail

    Love is the answer and you know that for sure
    Love is a flower, you got to let it, you got to let it grow

    So keep on playing those mind games together
    Faith in the future, outta the now
    You just can't beat on those mind guerrillas
    Absolute elsewhere in the stones of your mind

    Yeah we're playing those mind games forever
    Projecting our images in space and in time

    Yes is the answer and you know that for sure
    Yes is surrender, you got to let it, you got to let it go

    So keep on playing those mind games together
    Doing the ritual dance in the sun
    Millions of mind guerrillas
    Putting their soul power to the karmic wheel

    Keep on playing those mind games forever
    Raising the spirit of peace and love

    Love...

    I want you to make love, not war

    I know you've heard it before


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    This I believe, with all my heart and soul. The times of change are at hand!


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    There’s goes another one…

    Grand cross energies? I’ve lost count. It’s either the 4th or 5th emergency vehicle and/or fire truck teams that’s blasted by on this country road today. Usually, one every couple of months is a lot.
    • Look both ways before crossing
    • Turn off appliances when finished
    • Don't play with matches
    • No texting while driving
    • Wear helmets while biking/motorcycles, if not for yourself, then for your loved ones
    • Fill in the blank
    John Lennon and Yoko Ono on Love


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    Soup Kid
    Meditation of another kind.

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    I've got two tunes for you, the other one will energize and cheer you up, the other will relax and make you tranquil. Take your pick!

    Music never lets you down
    Puts a smile on your face
    Any time, anyplace
    Dancing helps relieve the pain
    Soothes your mind, makes you happy again
    Listen to those dancing feet
    Close your eyes and let go
    But it don't mean a thing
    If it ain't got that swing



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    Staff Pick - Timelapse of the Lunar Eclipse, April 15th 2014 : “Lunar Odyssey,” from Andrew Walker of 599productions.com

    (Note: it may take a minute to upload. Runs for 2:58 minutes.)


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    Here is something else to admire...

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    5 Strategies for Keeping Your Sanity in This Insane World



    Some of us have achieved a balance of sorts in these dark times, and have grown to be able to view the world as it is, honestly acknowledging all of its suffering, yet somehow maintaining a healthy connection to happiness and inner peace. In part, that’s really what this website is about, developing the grace and strength to ride out that often times thin line between terror and joy in a world that held hostage by chaos, confusion, fear, destruction and madness.

    The recent suicide of the renowned investigative reporter Michael C. Ruppert is a shocking reminder of just how thin that line can be at times. Michael Ruppert was a figure who, for decades, had tirelessly exposed the corruption in government, and the horrifying truths behind the environmental calamities we are facing. He was a person who helped to expose 9/11 truth, and someone who was compelled to gather a set of facts and not permit delusion color his interpretation of them. For this, he will be missed amongst the alternative media, and the fact that such a leader in the truth movement could crack under the pressure and take his own life is a reminder of just how devastating truth can be on the human psyche.

    The earthly world is a cauldron for the soul, and the spiritual side of human kind is being sincerely put to the test these days. Some say these are the end times, others say this is the Kali Yuga, but, as people who feel concerned enough with truth and refuse to engage in denial, it is essential that we restructure and maintain our personal lives in such a way that inner peace is the norm, not the exception.

    The last podcast that Michael Ruppert hosted, recorded just hours before he took his own life, can be listened to here. It is rather dark, in retrospect, as you can feel the despair in his words and in his voice. He says conceals his good-bye, offering his gratitude to many of the truth seekers that he had met on his path. He also speaks directly about how his life had absorbed so much ugly truth that he could no longer awaken each day without experiencing complete terror, and how he could no longer sit in public watching people go by without projecting onto them only all of the horrible things he had come to learn of the world.

    He is not alone in his dark perceptions, and it is easy to forget how common it is for people to find themselves in similar frames of mind, filled with dread, doom, gloom, despair, sorrow, worry, fear, often just underneath a veil of feigned happiness.

    For those out there who may be experiencing life in a similar manner these days, fully consumed with the bad news out there, seemingly completely disconnected from source, felling totally at the whims of dark and powerful forces, it is crucial to remember the value of life and the value of our precious personal time in this cauldron. As a practical matter of achieving this awareness, there are things that people can consider and focus on to alleviate the fear, anxiety, and concern of living in these interesting times.

    1. Tune out, take a break – If things are seeming dark, unrelenting and hopeless, and all that you can see is the bad news happening in our world, take a break. Turn off the TV, the computer, stop talking about it all, and find something else entirely to occupy your attention, at least for a bit.

    2. Re-connect with nature – Get outside, leave the city, take a vacation and visit some place beautiful. Mother nature, although she is under duress right now, still has plenty of beauty and joy to give, and there are many places still to get away and re-connect to the natural rhythms of the earth and the plant and animal kingdoms.

    3. Re-build your routines – The mind is a creature of habit, and a persistent dark mood is as much a matter of habit as anything else. The mind can become addicted to negative thoughts and grim ideas, and what we think, we find, so when the mind is in a serious negative rut, one will attract news and sentiments that reflect and support this. Change your habits to give yourself some space to alter your routines. Take a break from hanging out with the same people, change your homepage on your internet browser, listen to new music, get up earlier than usual. Any way that you can shock the mind into having to adopt new patterns will help to overcome the despair and fear that our society encourages.

    4. Practice inner peace – There are many tools one can quickly learn and play with in order to cultivate a sense of peace and overcome the darkness that can so easily overcome us. The best approach is to consider that each day is a new and unique opportunity to achieve peace, and as such, starting early with a practice before you do anything else has the power to affect your whole day. Give yourself at least a few minutes each morning to re-program your mind for inner peace. Find a simple meditation practice that you can do before you start your normal day, teach yourself how to express gratitude for life before you set off to your work, learn to give thanks for whatever you can think of, no matter how insignificant seeming. Doing this before setting about the business of this world will help you to attract an entirely different energy into your life.

    5. Join a new positive group of people- The power of being around positive, honest, and hard-working people is unrivaled. In my case, joining a martial arts school completely healed me of the despair associated with constantly acknowledging the hard truths of our world. Yoga, meditation, or any other kind of interesting group of non-dramatic, positive, energetic people can help you to recalibrate your sense of well-being.

    These are just a few things that came to mind when pondering the value of life, and the practice of life, after hearing the discouraging news about the fate of Michael Ruppert. Ideas have the power to change people’s lives, and these are just a few ideas I’m offering to the world with the hopes of helping someone to mitigate the pain and suffering of being in and of this insane, yet, breathtaking world.

    I know there are many more things that can and should be added to this list, so, what do you recommend? Please leave your ideas in the comments section below.
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    Bob Marley is one of my favorite artists of all time. Why? Because he preached love.

    One love, one heart
    Let's get together and feel all right
    Hear the children crying (One love)
    Hear the children crying (One heart)
    Sayin', "Give thanks and praise to the Lord and I will feel all right."
    Sayin', "Let's get together and feel all right."
    Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa

    Let them all pass all their dirty remarks (One love)
    There is one question I'd really love to ask (One heart)
    Is there a place for the hopeless sinner
    Who has hurt all mankind just to save his own?
    Believe me

    One love, one heart
    Let's get together and feel all right
    As it was in the beginning (One love)
    So shall it be in the end (One heart)
    Alright, "Give thanks and praise to the Lord and I will feel all right."
    "Let's get together and feel all right."
    One more thing

    Let's get together to fight this Holy Armageddon (One love)
    So when the Man comes there will be no, no doom (One song)
    Have pity on those whose chances grow thinner
    There ain't no hiding place from the Father of Creation

    Sayin', "One love, one heart
    Let's get together and feel all right."
    I'm pleading to mankind (One love)
    Oh, Lord (One heart) Whoa.

    "Give thanks and praise to the Lord and I will feel all right."
    Let's get together and feel all right.

    "Give thanks and praise to the Lord and I will feel all right."
    Let's get together and feel all right.



    No, woman, no cry,
    No, woman, no cry,
    No, woman, no cry,
    No, woman, no cry.

    Said, said, said, I remember when we used to sit
    In the government yard in Trenchtown,
    Oba - obaserving the 'ypocrites
    As they would mingle with the good people we meet.
    Good friends we have, oh, good friends we've lost
    Along the way.
    In this great future, you can't forget your past,
    So dry your tears, I seh.

    No, woman, no cry,
    No, woman, no cry.
    'Ere, little darlin', don't shed no tears,
    No, woman, no cry.

    Said, said, said, I remember when-a we used to sit
    In the government yard in Trenchtown.
    And then Georgie would make the fire lights,
    As it was logwood burnin' through the nights.
    Then we would cook cornmeal porridge,
    Of which I'll share with you,
    My feet is my only carriage,
    So I've got to push on through.
    But while I'm gone, I mean,

    Everything's gonna be all right!
    Everything's gonna be all right!
    Everything's gonna be all right!
    Everything's gonna be all right!
    I said, everything's gonna be all right-a!
    Everything's gonna be all right!
    Everything's gonna be all right, now!
    Everything's gonna be all right!

    So, woman, no cry,
    No, no, woman, woman, no cry.
    Woman, little sister, don't shed no tears,
    No, woman, no cry.

    I remember when we used to sit
    In the government yard in Trenchtown.
    And then Georgie would make the fire lights,
    As it was logwood burnin' through the nights.
    Then we would cook cornmeal porridge,
    Of which I'll share with you,
    My feet is my only carriage,
    So I've got to push on through.
    But while I'm gone,

    No, woman, no cry,
    No, woman, no cry.
    Woman, little darlin', say don't shed no tears,
    No, woman, no cry.
    Eh! (Little darlin', don't shed no tears!
    No, woman, no cry.
    Little sister, don't shed no tears!
    No, woman, no cry.)


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