I've created a social media diet for myself. I invite everyone to join me. After all we're consuming social media like it's wine during a pandemic because we long for connection and togetherness. Let's do this diet together!
What resonated with me when I did this research was how the politicians saw an opportunity in the fear people felt about desegregation and used it to gain control of not only of the politics but also the public education system.
I hold a mystical Christian belief about God. It’s from a woman who was married to a psychic and researched clues left through the ages by St. Peter and his reincarnations, most notably Sir Francis Bacon and others before him. She told another woman and that woman wrote a book. And I found the book … Continue reading Creatrix
So all this is to say that it’s the ether of Hawaii, the resonance with the vibration from my connection on a soul level with Lemuria and the merfolk that have called me here.
I’ve come to realize that grief is the ultimate human experience. It’s why we’re here. That may sound crazy since we all do everything and anything possible to avoid the experience of grief. Grief is painful. No one wants to experience the death of a loved one and most of us would go to extreme … Continue reading Good Grief
I saw a friend’s post on social media that suggested there are two camps. The wear a face mask, keep your kids home from school get the vaccine as soon as it’s available camp. Or the don’t wear a face mask, send your kids to school, refuse the vaccine camp. And the latter camp also … Continue reading Dualistic Camps
When I put someones birth day, time and place into the software that calculates their birthchart what comes out is a map of the sky with the sun, moon, planets and lesser heavinly bodies all mapped out from a center point.
I am starting to understand this moment in history more clearly as a birth. Currently we are in the pain of contractions. An old way of life, one void of what is coming next is ending. Its trying to be in control, to focus the mother's thoughts, coaching her but truely that man in the … Continue reading This Moment in History is a Birth…
Growing up in Los Angeles I was always aware that prejudice existed. I can remember as young as 5 years old hearing my older white father debating the cons of interracial marriage with my adult sister and my adult sister resisting the notion that there was anything wrong with inter racial marriage. I also remember … Continue reading Parenting through Privilege and Prejudice
I had to look up the definition of this term today. Not because I don’t know what it means but because I needed to confirm that what I was witnessing fit the definition. It did. Several times I’ve been in conversation circles, talking about race issues with a diverse group of people and I’ve found … Continue reading White Fragility