For several minutes he’d stood rigidly, directly in front of me, attempting to intimidate me with his clinched fists and scowl. Adamantly, he refused to pay my invoice, even though I had delivered the promised architectural drawings illustrating precisely the design he’d requested, on the day and for the fee we’d agreed upon two weeks prior. I remained relaxed. A tingling sensation enveloped my body. It coalesced in my chest where the two sides of my rib cage join. I felt it flow out of me and go in his direction. Immediately and without hesitation or another word he walked over to his desk, wrote a check for the full amount of my invoice, then handed it to me. I thanked him politely, left, then sat in my car amazed at what had just happened.      

A similar phenomenon occurred when refinancing my mortgage. I was aghast at the closing when the agent informed me of her large fee due at signing. I had been led to believe from my mortgage broker that I’d be receiving money.  Feeling my shock, the agent suggested we take a one-hour recess from the closing. I left to recenter myself by tapping into that internal tingling sensation I’d felt in similar challenging situations. When I returned to the closing, the agent informed me that a solution had been reached. With my signature, no funds needed to be exchanged by either party and my refinancing would be complete.  I walked away very grateful.   

These are just two examples of magical unforeseen outcomes among many I’ve experienced when I immerse myself in the vibration of Order. Often, when I mention Order, people tend to react, thinking I’m imposing authority over another or a devious sequencing scheme intended to manipulate events in my favor. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, being in this vibration involves the total honoring of the present circumstances, all concerned and a complete surrender of my ego’s expectations. Being in the vibration of Order occurs by being empty of judgements, expectations and any preconceived outcomes.

  If you’ve spent any time in nature, in the forest, the mountains, or at large bodies of water, you’ve probably experienced this inherent vibration. It’s a calm,  judgment-free emptiness where everything is considered sacred, no matter how it appears. Order frees us from the dictates and demands of our ego’s conditioned reactions. We feel balanced, allowing the fluids of Creation itself to flow through us freely to provide solutions that benefit all. With practice, anyone can summon and immerse themselves in Order. It is native to the open human heart. Order is a prerequisite to the peace we seek. And when practiced in groups, Order establishes a wave, or medium, through which unity consciousness flows to organically dissolve our dichotomies, dualities and illusions of separateness. The original peaceful way of being human emerges, opening unforeseen pathways to manifest the New Earth. 



Over  decades on The Road Less Traveled I learned a great deal. I offer this, my first Blog, to share stories of my travels and lessons learned hoping readers will gain appreciation for this path toward self-knowing, self-mastery and dominion over illusion of limiting beliefs that separate us from each other, the Earth and The Creator of all things. This path is only stressful, arduous or dangerous to our fearful and limited perceptions of ourselves and the world. The rewards of this path are expansive and include our return to the original way of being human, living from the Essence of our being from which the New Earth emerges where the union of all things is the guiding directive for all human endeavors.


For many the first step in their creative process involves filling up with research about history, techniques, quotes and practices of noted masters. While these are valuable, my creative process begins with entering what I call the BlueSpace, the unknown where everything originates.

Entering the neutrality of an empty mind is my first step in creating the new. I temporarily set aside my training, preconceptions and conditioning. Readers might enjoy this easy seven step process to begin creative endeavors:

  1. Sit comfortably, eyes closed, hands cradled – right under left, thumbs end to end.

     2. Breathe deeply; allow all thoughts to come and go; thoughts will slow, then stop.

     3. Place your right index finger at your center, mid-chest where the two sides of                      your ribcage meet.

     4. State your intentions to create (whatever) to benefit all concerned and your                          willingness to be guided.

      5. Wait patiently. Soon words, images or new awarenesses will flow into your                           mind.

      6. Observe all that comes in detail until the input is complete. 

      7. Prepare to begin designing, fabricating, writing, speaking, whatever.

After doing this it feels as if Creation itself is flowing through me. Whether I’m creating architecture, art, writing, preparing to speak, or involved with business or personal relationship matters, it works! Surrendering to emptiness yields unique solutions that benefit all. I love and celebrate the results in my life after traveling to the BlueSpace. This process is repeatable, therefore reliable.

Brain Science tells us that lateralization, shifting fluidly between right (creative) and left (logical) sides of our brain, depending on the task at hand, is an important skill to develop. Once I’ve completed my ritual tour into the right side of my brain, my BlueSpace, I shift back to my left brain where I can apply my training, skills and logic to produce and manage my projects.

Necessity to simplify the arduous and costly architectural design and production processes lead me to discover this pre-creative process. One night before sleeping, I sat in bed, closed my eyes and put my hands in my lap. Casually, I said to the Universe (or whomever), show me the design solution for our new project that best benefits all concerned. I went to sleep without any expectation. The next morning during my transition from sleep to awake, a 3D, photorealistic tour of the completed project played out in my mind. Amazed, I grabbed a sketchbook from my bedside table and quickly sketched what I’d seen. Later, at the office, one of my staff efficiently prepared a computer model of what I’d seen and sketched. The client loved it!   

This process is easy, fun and very rewarding. Perhaps you can employ it to co-create solutions to your personal challenges. Or maybe on your next trip to the BlueSpace, you’ll discover the solution to one of the lingering challenges plaguing humanity.  Never underestimate the value of Emptiness. Practice, practice, practice. Have fun with it!