Happy Halloween goblins, ghosts and ghouls!
Photo Courtesy of ML from Orient Point, Long Island, NY
Does anyone else think it strange that day 313 of year 2 is on the 31st day of October?
Cindi’s costume is a stegosaurus and she will be greeting Trick or Treaters.
As I get ready for my Chakra Classes that start next week, compiling and sorting and typing up info with graphics, accumulating assorted chakra enhancing goodies to share and trying to organize it all, I realize I may never even get to give the class if I don’t get another student to come.
So, I am sending it out into the Universe; if you need to be in this class, have them show up, guide the right persons to me. The worst that can happen, is I reschedule it for 2015.
Meanwhile, I am clearing spaces, cleansing people and everyone is getting great results.
My desk is gridded and I am moving forward. After this Thursday, The Social Media classes begin right after The Secrets of Business series end.
Archangel classes continue. Retrograde ended. Plus I reunite with two friends I haven’t seen in a while this week.
The cats are super interested in all my shenagnanins and I am going to have to set up a new area of sacredness – away from pets!!!
How was your retrograde? Are things moving along more smoothly? Do you find yourself with the flow? Are communications better? What will you be for Halloween?
“Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” – Harry S. Truman
As I contemplated this quote, I thought of all the great readers I know and how different they all are. To be certain there are a few leaders, but most are entertainers, nurturers, seekers and creatives. In the field of ideas, there lies a sea of phrases, comments and key words that nail what the author has wanted to transmit to the other side – to the reader. If that reader is not interested or skims over a sentence, the genius is lost. It is when the reader and the writer meet at the same apex and mount, that the magic occurs, transforming both the giver and the receiver, albeit at different points in time but on the same wavelength.
“What say you?” – Paris asks Capulet.
From our garden –
Orange trumpet bush which the hummingbirds love to gather nectar from, holly looking berries but not holly per se, amber grass, maidenhair fern, purple ivy bush (from our other house @ 20 years ago) and one white peace lily (obstructed).
From the top of the “easy” trail that was not easy.
Cindi, our dog, is like a mountain goat, leaping and climbing steep crags.
“Taripay Pacha: Quechua for time to find yourself. This time is now. Alternately translated as the age of re-encounter, encounter of the universe, or encounter of oneself; refers to a prophesized golden age of human experience in which we encounter ourselves once more as being one with the universe and thereby re-create the dream of the Inca Empire in a new and better way.” – from a text on the ancient Incas.
Taripay Pacha my friends.
Howdy Partner – From the Wild Wild West – In Modjeska Canyon, CA
Scented with a sweet and light fragrance the Fangio lily is a hybrid and is a unique variety. Each stem has three to five buds per stem.
They were closed up tight buds when I received them and overnight they opened up to bloom and I took this photograph.
The flowers are showstoppers and the fragrance is not overwhelming yet there is a subtle aroma.
The flower petals are pale pink near the edges of each and then gradually, like ombre, are painted in plum brush strokes.
Scrumptious MARZIPAN!! In the shape of fruit and veggies, in the colors of fall. How thoughtful and cute and yummy!!!!
My friend J, went to DC and NYC and I am the lucky recipient of this box of ?
“Friendship is born at that
moment when one person says to another: “What! You too? I thought
I was the only one.”
Tune in tomorrow when we have the big reveal. Hint: It is Vegan, Adorable and Delicious.
On another note, I just received my Certificate of Completion for Space Clearing last night which proved to be an amazing class with rites and ceremonies to perform. If you need help with any negativity or are at your wit’s end about something – let me know. If you have just remodeled, brought anything new into your home, purchased anything new or feel icky – let me know, I can possibly help or make sure there are no negative or past attachments of energy to your space or person.
There is a mystery at Bower’s museum and it will be there exclusively until March 15 of next year. Today was exclusive member day.
It is the sudden discovery of an ancient Chinese civilization dated from 1250 – 1100 BC.
No one knows who they are or what happened to them. Archaeologists found the site back in 1986. The fascinating exhibition contains over 120 rare objects mostly in bronze and jade. The rooms are staged so you can view slides and films of the actual dig, on certain walls. Most of the artifacts have a photo of exactly where it was found and what condition it was in at the unearthing. There is also a film room with a documentary and lectures are given throughout the day. There are headsets with numbered commentaries for each display. Conveniently, there is a gift shop set up at the end which is in addition to the permanent store. Twenty percent off for members (only today) immediately had my guest and I intrigued.
I was enthralled by the fact that some masks had gold inlays and the experts are perplexed as to how that is even possible when absolutely no gold has been mined ever from this area in China. Also, many sacrificial urns with art pieces and a cemetery of tusks were dug up but, strangely, no human bones nor burial grounds were ever found.
Add your own version of “Twilight Zone” music here as I did as I questioned every open -ended and scholar suggested explanation I read throughout the museum exhibit of…
China’s Lost Civilization – The Mystery of Sanxingdui.