A close friend of mine lost her husband of 50+ years of marriage a couple days ago to Covid. On an emotion level, this is a time of sadness and loss that will need time to process and reflect upon.
This morning I abruptly awoke at about 3 am and the thought popped into my head, ‘I wonder what time Sunrise is up at Mt Rainier?’
Here it is, July of 2021 already. The Incredible Miss Margaret passed to the “Other Side of the Veil” five-years ago this month. She touched so many with her larger-than-life personality and her gift of channeling Maitreya.
The current social and political climate seems to be one of constant grievance and victimhood. Living in a reality where someone has wronged me...
Sometimes, a thought comes to us out of the blue. We’re then then faced with the dilemma of whether to act on this intuitive notion or not, it’s our choice.
It’s hard for me to believe that 17-years (March 2004) have passed since my sojourn to Australia where I took my initial course in Metaphysics with Margaret and Maitreya.
I’ve written often of my struggles with Judgement. I feel very blessed with the knowledge and understanding that I gained from my 12-years with Maitreya, but I must admit when I can’t fathom another person’s point of view or perspective
What a crazy time here in the U.S. relating to what unfolded on January 6, 2021. It will be analyzed and discussed in the annals of American history, if not World history.
It’s been said that there is only one constant in the Universe and that is Change! Often the change is sudden and unexpected, and somewhat out of our control.
We’ve just celebrated Thanksgiving in the U.S. and now we’re entering the holiday season of Christmas and a New Year.
Margaret would often say, ‘What if I’m the only person in the world and everyone else is a figment of my imagination’. We’re all holograms of energy interacting with each other.
Here it is October. Change is in the air as the leaves are changing color and falling to ground as the Fall season is upon us.
This coming weekend is Memorial Day in the U.S., which is a national holiday to pay tribute to those close to us that have passed before us.
The first thing I often do when I have a stomach-ache or acid reflux is to reflect on what food I have just consumed.
Every day life is driven by the choices/decisions we make. A lot of our choices are made like automatic reflexes, s