I am privileged to be on the Earth at this time. This is a time of light and dark, chaos and order all leading to the next evolutionary leap of humanity. At 65 years of age my life experiences have brought me to a place of knowing that I AM –a being that is both human and spirit or divine. For me there have been many highs and lows but I have always known I am loved. It is the love of family and friends that helps me recognize the face of God. My focus now is on the peace and joy at the core of my being which includes recognizing the Grace that flows through my life. I have also been shown that sharing my wisdom is one reason I am here.
From one viewpoint one might say these days are unsettling and sad as we face economic difficulties, war and the earth itself disrupting and erupting as it adjusts to the new energy frequencies. So I know it is important that we come together to help each other in our journey home – in our release of fear that holds so many of us spellbound preventing the recognition of who we truly are- Spirit, God (whatever word you choose) in human form. It is important that we shift to the viewpoint of Love.
In this blog I intend to share parts of my journey and some lessons I have learned in the hope of giving you ideas and practices that may help in your journey. Comments are welcome. Please share practices that help you so we all will be teachers and students.
The unconditional love of my mother, father, brother and daughter supports me and shows me the beauty of the face of God. I am so grateful for the gifts they bring to my life. I want to thank my special friends Carol Fitzpatrick and Mark Torgeson as without their encouragement, love and computer lessons I would not have taken the risk. I thank my dear friend Diadra Price for showing me I AM. And I am grateful for the Grace of God that is always with me even when I am not paying attention.
Ponder the following quote as we set off on this adventure. It is from the “Essence Speaks” section of the book Grace Awakening Essence by my dear friend and teacher Diadra Price.
As to the mirror
Bring eye, the I in you each day.
Stand before the mirror’s gaze,
And see Me there with single eye
Looking back at Myself.
Question not the why,
The where, the when.
Let not the word ‘but’ or ‘if’ gather
In the morning’s light,
Stand before the mirror
And smile at Me,
And I will smile back at Thee.”