Thursday, 26 November 2015

Gratitude & Blessings

I am deeply grateful to all the people in the world who are quietly involved in midwifing the New Earth and the New Humanity, particularly those that are working with children and providing experiences that allow them to be all of who they have come to be.  

I recently received this picture from a greatly esteemed friend of mine, Jaqueline Joy, who is master teacher of Reiki (South Island of New Zealand) and who has been teaching Reiki to children.

I got goose bumps looking at this picture.  I have had so many experiences myself with the new children during the past year, that I totally expect that humanity will actually make it through the Great Shift and help to create the New Earth.

When I asked for her permission to share the photo with others, she sent me a few more photos:

She wrote, "The three boys giving their tomato plants Reiki did this by themselves.  Their Mother found them like this and took the photos through her kitchen window so as not to disturb them.

The oldest boy Jordan is learning Reiki One.

How magical is that!"


I, myself, have even received energy transmissions from a couple of 5 month-old babies during the past year who, even at that young age, are already radiating such incredibly powerful energies.  

The first experience was on a flight from Brisbane to Los Angeles.  I was seated next to a young family and was immediately drawn to their infant son, Matteo.  Matteo and I took one look at each other and giggled and giggled and giggled.  His parents told me they'd never seen him do that before.

Reaching my final destination in Portland, Oregon, I expected to go through the usual fatigue/adjustment I go through after 40+ hours of traveling.  Instead, I felt like had received a "jump start" energetically and found myself feeling extremely happy and even frisky much of the time.  I now call my experience with Matteo a "Baby Blessing."

My second Baby Blessing occurred when I met this young man in Hilo, Hawaii.

After sharing stories with his father about the EarthSong work that I do as I travel around the world, he asked if I would like to hold Makoto and sing to him.  When I held Makoto in my arms, it didn't feel like I was holding a baby.  It felt like I was hold a master - a being who facilitated what I can only describe as some sort of energetic merge with me, allowing me to feel our Oneness.  It was an experience of a sensation that I will never forget, and one that I expect will become more and more common on the planet as these brand new, old souls arrive to help with the shift in global consciousness.

"And the children shall lead the way . . . "

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Feeling vs. Thinking My Way Through Life

Greetings From Wood Valley, Big Island of Hawaii!

The first time I was visited by a creature with incredibly long feelers was in the dark of night, inside my tent while I was camping in Portobello (on the Otago Peninsula of the South Island of New Zealand).  A very large critter (maybe 3 inches long) surprised me by hopping abruptly into view, perching itself on my suitcase, just a few inches away from where I was lying in my sleeping bag.   I have no idea how it got there and it was too dark to discover what it was exactly.  But it’s long feelers definitely caught my attention.  They were just about as long as its entire body!

Because its appearance was so magical, I felt it was bringing me a message.   Reminding me to feel my way through life, using the awareness of my heart and how I truly feel in each situation to guide me, rather than letting my rational mind dictate my next steps.

The second time one of these hopping, long-feelered creatures appeared,  I was staying at a home in Volcano, here on the Big Island, again trying to figure out where I was meant to go next.  Although I was being asked to leave, it just didn't feel right to leave quite yet.

My visitor hopped right onto the table where I was eating a meal and most adamantly resisted being taken outside, hopping back in through the doorway each time I tried to release it.  This one was smaller, but also black.  Although I longed to get a picture of it, my camera was deeply buried in a suitcase and not readily available.  I remember thinking at the time that I really wished I could have gotten a good picture of it. 

Early this morning, here in Wood Valley, I went out to pick some kale leaves in the garden to include in the soup I’m making today.  Back in the kitchen, washing the leaves I was surprised by this little creature, my third long-feelered friend.

It burst forth as I turned on the faucet and ran the kale under water to wash the leaves.  Hopping right onto my hand, it then rode along quite willingly as I went to the living room to search for my camera.  And it patiently stuck with me the entire time as I dug into my luggage . . .  found the camera . . .  took it out . . . and got it turned on!!!

If you enlarge the video below to full screen you'll be able to check out the size of the feelers on this thing.  A great teacher for reminding us to feel our way through life, huh?!

May we all remember to drop our focus down into our higher hearts, aligning with Source, Mama Earth and our personal Truth, so that we can most compassionately feel our way though each moment of life.

Thursday, 5 November 2015

Finding the Soft Places

Greetings from Volcano Village, Big Island of Hawaii

I have been having a love affair with the thick, soft moss that grows abundantly here where I am currently staying in Volcano Village.  

On Monday I took a guided tour through a section of nearby rain forest that has existed here on the lava slopes of the volcano for at least a couple hundred years.  The guide was showing us the moss-covered mother logs and how they provide a nurturing, nutrient-filled space for all sorts of seedlings to get started.   

The decaying, moss-covered wood provides a softer, easier place for the newly forming roots of baby plants to grab hold than the rocky lava soil beneath.

Here, near the house, I have taken time to explore the moss, walking barefoot through the yard, grateful for it’s soft, cushiness beneath my feet.  

Out in today's world there are so many old structures dying and crumbling around us, that I find it very comforting to feel the softness of this moss.   It is inspiring to observe how the moss participates in the breakdown of old, .disintegrating forms of life while simultaneously providing optimum nourishing conditions for the growth and development of brand new life forms.

There are many rocky places and sharp edges to deal with during these times of rapid change and evolution.  May you find the soft places that best nurture your new, tender roots and provide comfort and deeply nurture your own personal emergence and expansion process!



PS  I have just listened to an interview with Ev Zepernick about the profound wisdom that comes from taking time find a soft place and to be in stillness to receive it.  If you feel called I strongly recommend you listen to the entire interview.  What she shares is very, very clear, and is very important information to have at this time in our planet's evolution.