SPEAKING ANNOUNCEMENT

Please join me for Anchoring the Consciousness of Oneness World Summit – a virtual event with 19 experts in myriad fields and modalities – who have come together in the name of helping to create a collective awareness and recognition of the concept of Oneness in mind, body and spirit.

This event begins November 11, 2018, and will run for seven days. Recorded interviews will arrive in your inbox each day for seven days and videos will be available to view until November 22, 2018.

Once you’re signed up, you’ll receive a link to our private Facebook group entitled: Oneness World Summit, where you can engage with all 19 experts and ask us questions!

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BRING ON THE MESS!

BRING ON THE MESSES!

The idyllic American life painted by Norman Rockwell never existed. So, GET OVER IT! Life in America can be messy. Our messiness has been in our faces for at least the last eighteen months and who sits on the Supreme Court is our current mess. It’s a time to face our messes, for lots of questions.
Who among us has never separated from another, judged ourselves or another, thought ourselves to be more or less than another? Is ours not a time to recognize and mend these separations within ourselves, to remember our inherent wholeness, our oneness? Acknowledging our shadow side, our messes heals these separations within ourselves, others, and the world. The process America is currently undergoing seems to be part of a whole-ing process and it will ultimately benefit all of us. Bring on the messes! Air them out so we can rise above them. Don’t get sidetracked by ego’s minutia. Ask hard, fundament questions. Asking anything less is a waste of time, so here are some to consider.
FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS
Is one (or a group) who attempts to disrupt (for political advantage over others) the balance in our three-part system (executive, legislative, judiciary) designed by the founders of these United States violating the constitution to which they have sworn allegiance?
If so:
Should they be subject to removal from office, or prevented from holding office?
Are not attempts to create an imbalance in our three-part system actually treasonous?
What is the new litmus test for representing others in our governing bodies?
In voting we might ask ourselves:
Who among us is sufficiently healed/whole from ego’s tendencies to separate any of us from another, to represent us?
My heart asks lots of questions that my mind alone can’t answer. Some of them might be about giant mysteries like the meaning of life. Others could be more personal or even practical. Logic can take me only so far. It has its limitations. When I feel thrown back into the deep subjective waters of my own insights and personal tastes, that might be just what my heart intended from the start. My heart seems to be asking more of me: Ponder more, ask more fundamental questions so I can grow and remember my inherent wholeness and see that of all others. Then, my wholeness can be reflected and experienced in the world. Perhaps then, Rockwell’s paintings can become my reality and I’d enjoy sharing it you all.

ARCHITECTURE OF THE SOUL’S DESIGN

Be the architect of your life, an alchemist of self-change through self-mastery

Everything changes when we realize that we have a Soul, a non-physical part of our totality. Our Soul designs our human lives, in part to experience forgetting our inherently Divine nature. Communicating with our Soul, we learn that It is actually guiding us to remember our connectedness with all things. Our hearts and minds open to our Soul’s Essence, our Original Way Of Being, a quality of love unique to each of us. Expressing this Essence, we accept and integrate our Soul with our humanity. Life becomes fluid and dynamic when we’re aligned with our Soul’s Essence and Design.

Early childhood emotional traumas are often designed by our Souls to postpone our remembering that we are whole. Traumatic emotional events alter our brains and behaviors. They establish pathways for ego’s reactivity to dominate our thoughts, feelings, and actions. Us versus them becomes our way of living. We become irritable. We get angry. We judge ourselves and others. Everyone and everything seems separate from us, adversaries to battle. Traumas can highjack our sense of well-being and true purpose. Ego attempts to protect us by defining us as helpless victims. Then, hidden beneath a life crisis involving health, relationship, career, or resources, our Soul calls to us to remember our Divine nature and become our authentic Self.

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Will we answer our Soul’s call?

Architecture Of The Soul’s Design programs include:

  • 12 one-on-one 90 minute mentoring sessions
  • 3-day mentoring workshops
  • Inspirational speaking at conferences and events
  • Consultations for individuals, businesses, organizations
  • Meet Up groups
  • Book Study group

 

Architecture Of The Soul’s Design (AOTSD) programs are for the bold and adventurous. They provide mentoring for people to remember and fully express their Soul’s Essence. Clients gain broader perspective about their lives. They find new value and purpose. They become the architects of their lives. In collaboration with their Soul, they are able to solve any problem. They also make no distinction between work and play. AOTSD offers Clients a reliable structure of principles, practices, and tools to be alchemists of self-change through self-mastery. AOTSD programs are based on principles in the book, Eyes In The Mirror, Everything Changed  When He Met His Soul available online from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Request details by email at albertcmoore@gmail.com with AOTSD in the subject line.

Thoughts On Our Times

I’m aware that sometimes Soul’s incarnate on Earth to behave as clowns performing like buffoons on the world stage. Their purpose is to ask us to look in the mirror at our own foolishness for thinking we can separate aspects of our wholeness. Watermelon man from Southwestern native tribes is such a character and brings wisdom to those willing to look. Could this be the purpose of the American President and many members of Congress?

Looking in my mirror this morning, I was no longer angry or sad at his/their antics. Instead, I was laughing, quite amused that I hadn’t seen their purpose as my own reflection when I attempt to separate myself from anyone or anything. I find my life includes a lot more laughter since I began to see the world as my reflection. What is your mirror reflecting today?

Make no mistake that by offering the above perspective, in no way whatsoever do I condone or excuse any act of separation by anyone.  Yet, I too have had thoughts, feelings and actions that have separated me from others. I have done my best to make corrections with me to sustain my unification with all. While some get away with crimes against man’s laws, no one escapes the Laws of Karma. In that respect, each of us is accountable for restoring to balance, all results of our thoughts, feelings, and actions of separation.

As I occasionally peaked in on yesterday’s embarrassing congressional display of lunacy, when several members berated the testifier I was reminded of the story of Jesus’s defense of Magdalene at her stoning. “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.” He knew that those who first cast stones are usually those most guilty and they cast stones to project and/or deflect onto another, the guilt and shame they hold for their own separations.

To maintain political karma balanced, I propose that those who seek to represent us as elected officials at any and all levels be held personally responsible in both financial and humanitarian ways for those they separate from the whole. That might finally restore integrity to our system. It might also have our representatives act with honor toward all rather than those few interests whom they support or pay for their election.

 

Independence Day Reflections

When I push away my dark side, it behaves like a frightened child demanding my immediate attention. If I ignore it, it might retreat for a while, then it always comes back at a most inopportune time to create havoc.  When this happens, it’s time for me to look inside myself for the pearls of wisdom this ill-tempered child has to teach me. When I honestly examine my own dark side I see that I can separate myself from and project my separateness onto others.

This leads me to ask: Who among us has not separated from our true Selves, others, our planet, or our common Source? Divisiveness would seem to be integral to the human experience. Or could it be just a phase in human evolution? What if there’s another way of being human that would yield experiences in a unified reality? What if we could see those who separate one of us from another as a projection of our unacknowledged dark side? These are questions I’ve considered. A friend of mine thinks I have entirely too much time on my hands but, I tell him I subscribe to the idea posed by Socrates: “The unexamined life is not worth living.” 

During my self-examining periods, I remember that I also a contrasting side,  a light side. I suspect that I’m not alone in this. Each side has great value to me. When I acknowledge both sides, I discover that my self-awareness expands. Applying my dark side to life’s situations, my anger or impatience, I create results that separate me from others. These experiences do not feel good. However, when I apply my lighter side, I create unifying experiences that are quite fun for all. I call my lighter side my original way of being human. Tenderness and compassion are qualities of being that I assign to this lighter side of myself. I think of them as love’s heritage from my Creator. Therein lies my real independence where I’m free to ask: Which of these parts of myself, my light or my dark side, shall I apply to create my next reality?

As I observe the overall human experience, I can conclude that even those dominated by their darker side possess an inner light, dimmed though it may appear to the judgmental. I also notice that the side I focus my attention on is the side I witness being expressed. When I focus on the brokenness of people, they act out with venomous behavior magnifying artificial self-imposed divisions.

Mr. Trump appears to be an example of this phenomenon. The more I focus on his brokenness, the more he behaves in separating ways, regarding immigration, tariffs, with our allies and a host of other things. He seeks to ally with those seeking to separate like Putin and Un. He seems not so much the master of the deal as the master of ego’s manipulative deceptions. As like attracts like, he appears to attract the emotionally wounded as his supporters. Their perceptions of their separateness lead them to believe that it is real. From this base, Trump draws only artificial strength from the angry mob that blames others for their own divisiveness.

This phenomenon is indicative of Trump’s own emotional woundedness. Behaving like a wounded little boy, he lashes out at those who disagree with him. Oh, what he could learn by engaging with them from an open heart. But, he seems only to apply ego’s false sense of moral superiority. With it, he validates and reopens his own woundedness and that of others. He uses the fallacy of division to garner loyalty to the illusions of his separateness. With his pep-rallies, Trump gains only the illusion of power which must constantly be fed by those outside of himself. He is unable to empower himself from an empty and broken heart. The heart of those severely wounded by childhood trauma cannot speak the truth of the inherent union of all, so true power is denied expression through them.

I’ve learned that which we resist persists is a universal truth. If so, why would we resist this man who sows divisiveness? Resistance to our own dark side makes it more powerful and persistent in its separating tendencies. Mr. Trump is no exception to this principle. Perhaps another tactic, used by many masters could apply here? Are we so bold as to try it? What if we summon all of love’s light within us? Then, what if we extend to him and anyone caught in the web of separation’s illusions, the light in our loving hearts and unifying light of our Souls? Extrapolating on my personal experiences, it just might work to shift our nations divisive situation. As we give, we too receive more light. Imagine radiating the light of love and unity from our hearts and Souls toward Washington, DC and the Whitehouse.

The truth in our hearts and Souls is calling to us all to, “Remember Union!” The Jesus, the Buddha, the Moses, the Muhammad, the ML King and the Gandhi, the Washington, Jefferson, Adams, and the Hamilton I know would implore us to offer love’s compassionate light to all those with wounded hearts. Standing in our finest light, all illusions of separation can begin disappearing. Then, no one is left behind because there is no place real out beyond our union’s inherent truth. As we extend our hearts to others all of us have an opportunity to remember our undeniable Oneness. Is this not the lesson of the lost sheep or the meaning of turn the other cheek? 

If I can be so bold as to update Plato’s ancient wisdom: ”The price good people pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by wounded people.”  (Adapted from The Republic). Those so impacted by the illusions of their separateness have simply lost their memory of our intrinsic unity. This makes them, at least for now, ill-suited to lead anything or anyone until and unless their fractured hearts have mended.

In the meantime, we might consider that criteria for selection of future leaders around our globe, be those most freed from ego’s separating clutches, those able to lead from the love in their hearts and the unity of their Souls. These people are worthy of leadership, uniting not only each member of a country but also the entire world. A real leader knows that true strength comes from an open heart toward Self and all others. A true leader is one who unites, never divides. I trust there are people with free hearts and Souls destined for leadership. Please come forth in our hour of need.

As I reflect on this anniversary of our nation’s independence from the tyranny of King George’s ego, we owe it to our founders to first, free ourselves from its clutches once again. When we free ourselves we will have leaders who reflect our own unity and self-love. Who knows, a new nation, perhaps even a New Earth will emerge as our reflection of love’s light. Our country’s founders left us with processes to free ourselves from internal tyrannies. I’m also suggesting that there’s another way. Employing either or both of these methods, we are the great nation they envisioned and the great people to whom they have entrusted their legacy of true love’s freedom.

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Albert Moore is the author of Eyes In The Mirror, Everything Changed When He Met His Soul. At https://bluespacecreations.wordpress.com you can read blogs about his journey. Al is an inspirational speaker and a coach to men. He resides in Richmond, VA.

Limited Perspective

RE: the 3.18.18 CBS Sunday Morning Show

I have been a regular viewer for many years and always enjoy the diversity of themes presented. The show of 3.18.18 touched a sensitive nerve in me, particularly the segment on Art & Madness and the term Bi-Polar raises my hackles.

Presenting only the prevailing medical/psychiatric model and it’s pigeon holes paints an incomplete picture for your viewers. The spiritual and mystical perspective on the creativity was missing from your presentation.

I’ve been a student of and involved in the creative process my entire life. In 2015, I retired from 45 years as a successful architect and have returned to my artwork, shown in NY, Denver, Santa Fe, Charlottesville, and Richmond. In January 2018, I published my first novel, Eyes In The Mirror, Everything Changed When He Met His Soul.

I experience the creative process as a spiritual journey, an actual communication with the Divine, not as a separate entity, but as being in a state of oneness with the Divine flowing through me. I experience these adventures as ecstatic moments of unity. The re-entry into physical reality, where everything is experienced as – separate – can be shocking to the psyche. To the observer, medical or family/friend, this process can appear disturbing. Self-doubt, listlessness, and depression can occur. These symptoms can bring on the judgments, fears and misunderstandings often lead to misdiagnoses of Bi-Polar Disorder or worse. Common-think solutions include anti-psychotic medication which often dumbs down the creative process. Institutionalization isolates the creative person. I’ve observed that these solutions lead to psychosis. It’s like denying the creative person their ability to feel, know and experience the Divine within them. That is maddening.

I was very fortunate to have been guided to study with great teachers who trained me in mental, emotional, and physical mastery. Yoga, meditation, holotropic breathwork, diet, grounding and daily spiritual practices helped me manage my transitions between union and separation. Now I can enter, communicate with, traverse, and create in a state of oneness with the Divine. This training allows me to re-enter physical reality without the previous trauma. I’ve learned to allow myself downtime to rest and recuperate after a creative frenzy. I no longer think there’s something wrong with me. Learning how to smoothly make the transition between these dimensional realities has been a great gift. I trust that most anyone with a pulse and some determination can learn this process.

Stanislav Groff’s, The Stormy Search for the Self: A Guide to Personal Growth through Transformational Crisis, Wassily Kandinsky’s, Concerning The Spiritual In Art, and Rollo May’s, The Courage to Create among others provide insights into the creative process and the transitions between realities of union and duality.

If ever you undertake another production on this theme, please open your hearts and minds to include other ways of thinking about the creative journey.

2018 – Life’s New Directions

It’s New Year’s Day, January 1, 2018. I find myself restless with anticipation. I sense that my life is about to change, but how? My intuition isn’t giving me any clues about what lies ahead so there’s some fear. Hmm, …sounds like more lessons in patience. However, the fear is tempered by sporadic pangs of excitement, knowing that destiny is calling me like it has in the past.   

Twenty-six years ago to the day, I left those I love dearly to chase a dream, a dream that later showed itself to be an illusion. Am I chasing another illusion now? Or, are there new and exciting people and inner and outer adventures ahead that I could never have anticipated? I am acutely aware of the similarities between today and that time long ago. It’s evident by these similarities that I’ve reached another level on the evolutionary spiral. It makes me wonder if there’s an unseen hand guiding my life toward a destiny.  One thing I do know: this time I have more inner strength and courage to face the unknown than I did at that time. The stakes feel higher now. The more evolved I become, the less leeway I have to stray from the straight-and-narrow centerline of my personal integrity.

In the intervening years since I left, I committed fully to the adage “Know Thyself,” the inner journey, a series on initiations undertaken to break down ego’s dominance over my thoughts, feelings, and actions. That has not been easy, so many of my imperfections have been exposed. People have seen me naked, crying, begging the heavens for help. Nonetheless, it’s been rewarding well beyond anything I could have imagined. This new year brings me to a state of wabi-sabi, the Japanese practice of embracing my imperfections. After all I’ve endured, I can relate to those art-objects that have been shattered into pieces then, repaired using Kintsugi where gold or silver hold together and highlight the broken remnants of its previous form. The object becomes more valuable because its journey through wear and tear, repair and reuse is honored. The rivers of gold and silver used to repair the art-object are symbolic of the acceptance of change and fate as aspects of the life of the object.

Similar to those repaired art-objects, the re-assembled pieces of my life are held together now by rivers of golden wisdom. I’ve seen that ego is the source of the illusion that I am separate from anyone, anything, or Creator. I admit I bought into these illusions hook, line, and sinker.  Through the turbulence of many trials where I seemed to lay broken, I’ve emerged stronger, more flexible, and aligned with the Truth, the unity of all things. I’ve seen that I am (we are) an extension(s) of the light of eternal beings, Souls. Through our Soul’s many journeys into form, we are all climbing the evolutionary spiral ladder, albeit at different rates. I’m more prepared to begin creating a new life today. Recently, I read something important, “Only I can deny myself something.”

NOTE:

I’m happy to be back blogging again on BlueSpaceCreations after taking a year and a half to complete writing and editing of my book, Eyes In The Mirror, Everything Changed When He Met His Soul. My self-publishing company, iUniverse estimates it will be available in paperback, hardcover, and digital formats through Amazon, Barnes & Nobel, and local bookstores by Mid-March 2018. If you enjoy my blog, I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading my book. I hope it opens many hearts to remember our original way of being human, from which, New Earth emerges.

Strength

I’m not talking about the chest-pounding bravado type of strength we’ve seen on playing fields, courts or in our gyms, gangs, board rooms or war rooms. These have had their time and place and I honor them for the part they’ve played in human evolution.

I am talking about the inner strength of the Divine Masculine. Largely dormant for eons, this ancient form of inner strength is being called forth now from our Souls. While I’ve known about it and have explored it, I’m beginning to understand its value to me and the world. This aspect of the mature masculine rises from deep within each of us when ego’s fears are neutralized; when guilt, shame and other manifestations of our perceived separateness cease to dictate that flight or fight are our only options.

In my immature state I was terrified of the dark, even as an adult. The turning point for me in releasing this fear came when I recognized that my fear of darkness in the physical was a metaphor for fearing my own dark side. From childhood I was warned constantly about my inner darkness: “Your temper will get you into real trouble someday, son.”  It did!

To discover my inner strength I’ve had to learn to allow the voice of my dark side to speak to me and teach me about its purpose. It said: “Your fear of me is very painful. I come to you to help you find the light within you through contrast. When you honor me this contrast will diminish in intensity.” I took that voice to heart and came to understand that the rage I felt as a young man was born of being conditioned to fear this dark part of myself, my mean streak, my rush to judgment, my self-doubt.

I’ve been privileged to undergo processes to free me from fear’s conditioned responses. I was led to people, groups and gatherings of fellow seekers and sharers of ancient wisdom. We learned through trial and error to explore the spaces within us where the Divine Masculine lay dormant, awaiting its return to Earth. The strength of the mature masculine emerged when we embraced and honored our fears as great teachers. Then we became free and open to the guidance of our own Sacred Hearts and Souls.

After many trials and tests of courage a light began to shine from within each of us. It healed our wounds and we had less need to act out angrily. We claimed ownership of the Divine Masculine, earning the right to express its strength. In true brotherhood, we had no further need to fight external wars. Its strength lives in each human being whether in a masculine or feminine body. It’s a powerful way of being human. It’s expressed uniquely by each of us. For me, it’s expressed through tenderness and compassion. The role of the Divine Masculine is to support the creativity and nurturing of the Divine Feminine within each of us. When these two aspects of ourselves are honored as equals, they come into balance and sustainable new forms emerge.   

The strength of the mature masculine in each of us is needed during the turbulence and uncertainties we experience in today’s world. We are approaching the end of the age of our perceived separateness and I’m reminded that it’s always darkest just before the dawn.

The dream of WE is fulfilled when the Divine Masculine rises again to wed the Divine Feminine. Celebrating their long-awaited reunion, we return to our original way of being human, where in balance we manifest a beautiful New Earth.

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With publication of this Blog, the 24th of 2016, I have fulfilled my promise to myself to write from and express things I’ve learned from my journeys inward. I’ve enjoyed sharing with the world a few highlights and learnings from my travels. I am very grateful to my readers from around the world who have encouraged and challenged me and the ideas I’ve expressed. In 2017 I expect to write one Blog per month, probably a bit longer and more in depth. On 1.15.17 I intend to post a blog on my thoughts about community. In 2017 I also expect to publish my book of inspirational fiction, Eyes in the Mirror: everything changed when he met his Soul.    

Loyalty

I’ve come across many meaningful books, stories and statements while traversing the inner and outer landscapes of my life’s journey. Among the most impactful is this statement by Socrates: “The unexamined life is not worth living.”  It rings true for me. Like Socrates, I too trust that the expansion of self-awareness arising from self-examination is crucial to my fulfillment: expansion. Without self-examination and adjustment I am likely to repeat the subconscious fear-based patterns of ego’s conditioning. These patterns tend to create anxiety and turmoil in my life. Self-examination provides me time and space to bring these patterns to the light of my awareness. Light dissolves these patterns that limit the expression of my Essence: tenderness and compassion. When these patterns are dissolved my life is often infused with ease and grace and fun. 

I engage in self-examination regularly. Since my thoughts and feelings create my experiences, I take readouts from them to examine. I celebrate experiences of connecting and make adjustments to my thoughts and feelings when I encounter unpleasant feelings of separateness. This process ensures that I am constantly expanding. Almost every year between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, I take time to reflect on the year. I’ve learned to have fun with these processes.  Now, I can even laugh at my entrenched patterns because I see the foolishness of thinking I’m separate from anyone or anything. 

This year I’m reflecting on loyalty. I’ve attempted being loyal to other people, my career, country, organizations, beliefs and sports teams.  But all these are changeable, as are all things physical, including me. I’ve found that when my loyalty is outwardly focused, it is often divided and goes in different directions. I feel confused, conflicted and frustrated. I’m uncomfortable.

Then I remember that my discomfort is the harbinger of growth. When I openly embrace my discomfort, I no longer fight it or flee from it. I hear an inner voice: “To thine own self be true! Be loyal to your Soul and its purpose to expand your self-awareness.” What does that mean? “It means know yourself, know that you are the embodiment of your Soul. Your Soul is the divine aspect of you that remembers that you are one with all things and you are here to unite spirit and flesh.”

I do my best to answer the Delphic oracle’s call to “Know Thyself.” There’s always something wonderful to explore in my Soul. It knows everything about me, its design for my life and the physical experiences I’m creating along the way. Once I began to answer this call, my loyalty to myself became unwavering. I feel secure knowing that my heart’s fondest desires already exist and I can set intentions for my inner growth in the up coming year. I carry on knowing that I am the meeting place of Heaven and Earth. I am on the Earth but not of it.

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve found that I am expanding faster and growing wiser.  To this process I am loyal.

Willingness

As a willful young man I was critical of myself and others. Expecting perfection from myself, I punished myself for my shortcomings. My attitude toward others was, if you can’t do the job right, then get out of my way. I’ll do it myself. I powered through my life with willfulness. If I couldn’t get the square peg into the round hole, I got a bigger hammer and pounded that square sucker into the round hole. Willfulness exhausted me and made me resentful and judgmental. My heart was closed. My responsibilities weighed heavily on my mind and heart. I felt alone and disconnected leaving a void in my psyche for depression to fill.

I had witnessed my father’s descent into depression’s hell. He accepted the standard treatment of medication and I witnessed his life force and passions wither.  I knew that I needed help but I  also wanted to sustain my passion. I chose people and processes over the artificial life induced by pills. During this time I developed a support network of soulful friends and healing practitioners. I understood from practicing architecture that the best results come from the best process. I established a whole self process involving the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of myself.

Yoga and movement to music stimulated my body at a cellular level, releasing remnants of childhood traumas and opening me to self-love. Massage, chiropractic and energy work helped me rejuvenate and restructure my body.  I began to eat healthfully. I drank a gallon of water a day. Keeping my body well hydrated allowed higher frequencies of consciousness to run through me. I learned how to stay grounded so these frequencies could run through me without damaging my nervous system. Counseling and reading expanded my thinking. I was introduced to systems thinking where I came to understand that my problems were given to me so I would seek their solutions. I learned that problems arise from feeling separate and solutions emerge out of feeling connected. I also learned that solutions already exist. I shifted from mind-centered to heart-centered. As I learned to sustain myself in these new ways, my intuitive guidance became available and my spirit soared. It’s my internal source of happiness. My spirit is now my constant companion. This relationship has helped me shift my thoughts and feelings from separateness to realizing that I am connected to all things.

I began to understand that my willfulness involved forcing my desires to manifest when I doubt myself and the universe to provide. In contrast, willingness is allowing my desire to manifest because I trust my spirit, my vital life force energy, and universal law to provide. Realizing my desires is a matter of tuning the vibrations emanating from my thoughts and feelings into synchronicity with my desires. I’m learning to make my own luck and attract really cool things into my life.

I’m not special. Anyone with a pulse and a thimbleful of fortitude can change their life. Everyone has a part to play in remembering our interconnectedness. When I connect to and express from my Essence, willingness infuses my creative projects and relationships with cooperation, ease and joy. I call these New Earth experiences. I can assure you that New Earth is real and within our grasp. As one of millions who are walking this path, I offer myself and my experiences in service to others. The dream of WE is within each of us.