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Quiet Reflection: ‘In Dependence’ Day

When “holiday” times come like today, I tend to be in a different state of mind. My take on this “life” narrative has changed dramatically in the past few years. Now, days like the 4th of July, dubbed “Independence Day”, rehash and retrace narratives that are intended to build patriotism, but what exactly *is* “patriotism”? Here’s the dictionary definition: “the…

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‘Dividable’ Americans, Not Trump, Are America’s Greater Weakness

It has been quite the new beginning for 2017. Now let us get accustomed to what seemed like the most unlikely of outcomes; i.e., the election of Donald J. Trump as president of United States of America Corporation, who managed to make it through the inauguration. Perhaps it was never in doubt, but it sure seemed that way. I am…

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A Voice and Power From Within: ‘Dear Diary’

By whatever name or tradition you prefer, I send joyful and sincere Holiday greetings to everyone. As this new solar (and soular) cycle ascends, may our appreciation, awareness, trust for, and use of the Great Power within us, also grow. Did that sound a bit “woo woo”? If so, so be it. It has become evident to me that the netherworld of what mainstream opinion shapers…

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‘The Shift’ and Growing Up

Shift is happening. It’s certainly happening for me. How about you? A couple weeks ago I asked for help to avert a judgment to be evicted from the place that I have called “home” for the past 11 years. Well, it didn’t work. In spite of a rash of product orders that came in and some donations for which I…

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Reflections on "I Am My Body, NOT!"

As this holiday season progresses, I’d like to be signing and shipping hundreds of copies of I Am My Body, NOT! Each day I see, regretfully, the effects of the thoughts that it presents not being part of our social psyche. We may be what we eat, but even more so, we are what we think. And what we think about ourselves,…

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Fund Raising Fun

My desire and need to raise money in order to attend Daniel Smith’s trial vs the DoJ (FDA) in Spokane has kindled actions that, for me, have been long overdue. Instead of the standard, “please send me money” routine (although it will always be appreciated), I have something that I feel is of value to send you in exchange.

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Sound Advice for ‘the Electrical’ You

The next must read book to put on your list just has to be Electrical Nutrition, by Denie and Shelley Hiestand. I learned about it from Wil Spencer (www.bodyelectrician.com), who caused quite a ruckus among some in the Gulf Coast after helping a number of residents gain relief from the effects BP-sponsored environmental toxicity after the historic oil spill with…

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On a Book and a Prayer

This is one of those “one thing led to another” progressions of events. I mentioned in an earlier post about finishing up reading Gregg Braden’s, The Spontaneous Healing of Beliefs. In the last chapter he postulates that reality as we know it is very much like, and could very well be, a computer program, with you and me as both…

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Thoughts on Love: Wisdom for Children, Part IV

[NOTE: This is the fourth of a 6-part essay titled, On Loving With Love, Not Fear. To read the third part, click here.] Fear of Death Another page speaks of the death of the body, but not the individual. The illustration shows a light or energy rising up from what might be a lifeless form. There is a joyful expression…

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