Amazing Power of Thank You by Carolyn Thompson

Amazing Power of Thank You by Carolyn Thompson

In English speaking countries, Thank You is an expression of gratitude, and used often as a social way to honor someone. It is used as a closure for something. It is related phonetically to ‘think’ as ‘song’ is to sing. Most people know when to...
Healing Song of the Lakota

Healing Song of the Lakota

WANI WACHIYELO   WANI WACHIYELO Wani wachiyelo ate omakiyayo (x3) (Father help me, i want to live) Hey a na hey nei yo we Atay nimichikum (Father you have done this) Hey a na hey nei yo wa Oshiya chichiyelo (humbly have pity on me) Wani wachiyelo atay omakiyayo (x2)...
Time Shift Blog: Dissolving Chakra Membrane by Lisa Renee

Time Shift Blog: Dissolving Chakra Membrane by Lisa Renee

This is the touchstone in time, when we start to put our toe in the aqualine waters, which changes the movement of ripples of energy and the direction we are moving in our personal consciousness body. As we move into that relative balance of a higher expression of...
Some Spirits Really Stink!  by Carolyn Thompson

Some Spirits Really Stink! by Carolyn Thompson

Beach front vacation rental, that’s what what Patsy wanted right now!. She had worked in the corporate world with a bundle to spend on her visit to Kauai. Patsy and Carla found this great beach rental that was on a small point of sand on the north shore by a...
Exploring the Human Energy Field with Dr. Barbara Brennan

Exploring the Human Energy Field with Dr. Barbara Brennan

I went from exploring outer space to exploring inner space! ~ Dr. Barbara Brennan Dr. Barbara Brennan is a leading pioneer in the Human Energy Field. As a former NASA scientist who held a Masters in Physics, Barbara had a unique observation and understanding of what...
Emotional High Tide by Carolyn Thompson

Emotional High Tide by Carolyn Thompson

Early morning dreaming about deeply flooded streets in Brazil, something that is not a reality but a metaphor for floods of emotions. The streets were deep and wide rivers. As I floated in a large boat with others, we looked at the older homes that housed several...