I'm so thrilled to have found this film. I need to watch it twice - it's filled with love and beautiful messages. I think you need to click on the "cc" button to get the english subtitles - I'm not sure if it will let you do that on the embedded version, you may need to use the link to watch it on You Tube.
I hope you're all doing well, and that spring is sprung in your part of the world - or fall is giving respite from the heat, for the folks down under.
I'm writing tonight because I'm slogging through a lot of tough emotional stuff and wondered how everyone else is doing. And if my slogging makes you feel less alone, than that's a good thing, too.
I thought some of you might find this interesting, I get the impression that the author has a bit of a skewed perception, but I think he makes some interesting points about "New Age" type thinking and some of the flaws. I've only read half of the first chapter, its very long, a book almost.
http://humanoperatingsystem.org/phoenixtrial/ I apologize that I only post a link, I have a glitch in my computer that for some reason interferes with inserting an image or video, shuts me down immediately.
Much Love Carol Anne
Fred suggested that I post the below as a separate forum topic, although it was he who called if forth as a response (slightly edited here) to his post under this same forum titled "Inner Pioneers: We ask questions from the inside out." Thanks, Fred. It's wonderful that we can all call forth things from one another to share. It's as if (or maybe actually) we're all just nodes of the same conscious Being, wishing to be more conscious.
I feel recently like I'm just going through the motions, waiting for something to occur. Analyzing the news and world events and looking for links to the coming changes is nearly all consuming to my mind at times, and going to work and getting through the day is seeming like a monumental task, and an equally large drain on my energy.
Here's a link to a talk given by John Mackey, founder of Whole Foods. While I didn't agree with his take on the cause of war, I really related to his ideas about the freedom movement, personal responsibility and personal growth. I think this might stir up some good discussion.
Hello dear Team, I am blogging this Newsletter from a channeler I personally have worked with, and recommend.
Theo Salvucci's November Newsletter
> Dear folks,
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