Swine flu hullaballoo

I guess I need to address this again since I’ve gotten a lot of questions about it. We’ve worked on the swine flu issue several times in the chats, mostly trying to negate the media fear-mongering about the flu itself and the supposed forced vaccination scheme. I hope you all realize that there is no way they can enforce that vaccination plan. They don’t have the manpower to force 300 million Americans to be vaccinated, in my opinion. I was recently accused of being a faker and disinfo artist because I’m not terrified about the forced vaccinations. Oh well….

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Bad blogger

It’s true, I’m a bad blogger. I realized that I haven’t blogged since July! My only excuse is that on July 12th a forest fire ignited (supposedly by lightening, but I have my doubts) near our home and we spent the rest of the summer stressed out about it. We had to pack up twice for possible evacuation, and nothing puts your priorities in order quite like that. The fire is mostly out now, so I’m trying to get back on track with my etheric duties while also dealing with some health issues. If anyone is still checking this blog….thanks … Continue reading

The labyrinth is completed!

I managed to haul the last two cartloads of rock out to the labyrinth today to complete it…finally! The interesting thing I noticed while building it was that many of the rocks embedded in the ground here happened to fall exactly in line with the rock border of the labyrinth. It must have happened a dozen times. Also, when I was finishing today, I happened to choose exactly the right number of stones that I needed to finish the last path. I didn’t have to shove stones together or move them apart just to avoid going and picking up more … Continue reading

Charlie grows up

Charlie has been a changed dog ever since Black Jack died, and I believe he’s in his own mourning period. In a chat after Jack died, Carol communicated with Jack, who said he was worried about who was going to protect us and that Charlie was “willy-nilly” in his protection duties. I think Charlie must have picked up on that because he sticks close to home now and has started following me around sometimes, as Black Jack used to do. When I’m outside working in the garden or on the labyrinth, he just stands around watching me and watching all … Continue reading

Why a labyrinth?

My friend Kathy asked in a comment on my last post what a labyrinth is actually for, which I think is a good question. Here are some quotes from my labyrinth book (“Labyrinths,  Ancient Myths and Modern Uses” by Sig Lonegren):

“…these magical single-path mazes can enhance the possibility of bringing together our analytical or rational mode of consciousness with our intuitive or spiritual levels of consciousness.”

I think this is really true. Stevo and I have been walking our labyrinth, even though it’s only 3/4 completed, and every time he walks it Stevo says he feels like the left … Continue reading

Building a labyrinth

I decided to do something that I’ve been wanting to do for years, so I’m building a labyrinth in our front pasture. A labyrinth is a Celtic design, dating back for probably thousands of years. It’s essentially a walking path that sets up a particular energy for the person who walks it.

We have about 3 open acres in our front pasture, some of which we have used for garden beds. I decided to use part of it for this project. I’m building a seven-circuit labyrinth using small rocks from our property. The first thing I did was ask Stevo … Continue reading

Life After Black Jack

We’re still kind of reeling from the loss of Black Jack, but things are slowly getting better. I still see him everywhere, he was such a part of our daily lives. He sent me another dream in which he was pressing up against me as I cried. I woke up crying. The Saturday chat group boosted me this past weekend and that seemed to help. I’ve been literally frozen with grief, unable to boost or feel my heart chakra. I can’t even really love on Charlie, and he’s lonely without Jack I think.

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Remembering Black Jack

 We had to make the sad decision to put Black Jack down last week. His health problem was more immediate and severe than we had hoped. He had some kind of mass on his spleen, most likely a tumor, and it began to cause other problems. On May 27th, he woke up in the middle of the night panting and shaking. I sat with him for two hours until he went back to sleep. On Thursday morning he rallied, but by the afternoon he couldn’t walk, wouldn’t eat or … Continue reading

Just one of those days

You energy sensitives out there will understand this…

I had to go to Missoula today to do my weekly organic food shopping and it was really hard to be around other people today. That’s why Stevo and I are kind of hermit-like. Sometimes it’s just really hard to brush up against other people’s energy. Most of the time I can protect myself enough that it doesn’t bother me, and sometimes I really enjoy being around other people. Today wasn’t one of those days. :-)

I hate feeling like that because I know … Continue reading