Another year gone by

It’s hard to believe that it’s already the end of 2014. It seems like only a few weeks ago that Stevo and I were sitting out on our front porch watching some really bizarre lights come flying over the mountains just past midnight. We’ve spent the last few nights up late, neither of us really feeling sleepy or wanting to go to bed. When that happens, we figure we’re downloading information from the etheric realm. I’ve posted about this happening before, and we haven’t really figured out what’s going on. Last night it happened again and I dowsed that we were downloading information about how to protect ourselves.

The night before, Stevo had experienced a particularly nasty assassin dream so the timing was right for us to get some etheric help. When stuff like this happens we tend to roll with the punches, so we stayed up until we couldn’t keep our eyes open anymore. It’s pretty interesting to be wide awake at 2 a.m., feeling like you’ll never to go sleep, then 20 minutes later you’re nodding off over your book or computer. I just have to trust that our etheric helpers know what they are doing and try to integrate the energy as best I can.

It’s not always easy to have one foot in the 3D realm, and one foot in the etheric realm. You basically have to pay attention to everything. You can’t decide “oh today I’m gonna take a day off”. No. That doesn’t work anymore. After many years, I realized that this kind of discipline is better than being asleep. Sure, I have to ground every day, check my energy every day, check the energy in my living space every day, etc. But what’s the alternative? A life of being a sheeple.

Each new year brings a new opportunity to make a change in the world. We were watching the movie “I Am” again last night and I got re-inspired in a big way. It’s not a theosophy movie, despite the title. It offers hope and optimism. We have the power, in each of us, to change the world. You just have to keep trying, and never give up. I spoke to my Grandma two days before she died and we were talking about how frustrating it can be to try and help others. You know what she told me?

Try again.

~ Dooney

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