Some Notes on Mental Health

Crossing The River- Managing Madness

Dealing with Madness and Insanity on the Spiritual Path In the rather small circles of fellow Lightworkers I’ve been closely associated with, we often, over the years, discussed the bent of those who pursue Ascension Process toward mental instability. Additionally, my Guidance has supplied a good deal of information on this subject over the years. What follows are just a few excerpts:  These people very frequently fall prey to what the world at large defines as mental imbalance or disturbance. It seems that the extreme sensitivity required to espouse the Path of Ascension and become a Lightworker makes this predilection…

Continue reading

Finding The Pearl of Great Price

Working the Light I have not kept up with this blog lately. Truthfully, my outer life is virtually on hold this summer. The energy flooding this world as it shifts toward an ever higher vibrational frequency—as She [Gaia] Ascends into a Fifth Dimensional reality— is flooding through me also. One of the earliest pieces of information I was given upon earnestly beginning my Spiritual Path so many years ago was that I was like a Transformer and Amplifier. I was and am capable of moving the energy from the Cosmos directly into the Earth or to other people or things…

Continue reading

Peace, Love and the Path to Enlightenment

Peace, Love and the Path to Enlightenment

Counting Blessings—What an Awful Life (Awful or Awe-Full?) During a recent meditation I was surprised to find myself reflecting on the word Awful (Awe Full). Like so many words we use without ever really thinking about them, this word originally had a very different definition. The archaic definition: Inspiring reverential wonder or fear… Synonyms: awe-inspiring, awesome, impressive; dread, fearful.   Somewhere along the line, the balance tipped and a word that began as being “filled with Awe” or Wonder became swallowed up by the Fear. Its connotations became almost universally negative.  As I considered the word twisting around in my consciousness, I…

Continue reading

Looking Back—Moving Forward

Early morning looking across the pasture out front toward imminent sunrise.

A Brand New Day Morning has broken, like the first morning Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird Praise for the singing, praise for the morning  Praise for the springing fresh from the word  Morning Has Broken by Cat Stevens on the album Teaser and the Firecat releasd in 1971 I recently realized that I’ve been blogging for eight years as of January 2021. My first attempts at this medium having been on a Blogger Blog called A Glitch in Time  (Taken down several years ago). These have been busy eventful years, and the time has flown.  While that original blog covered all aspects…

Continue reading