Stonehenge, June 15 Eclipse and Summer Solstice

I just received this informative email with a message from Celia Fenn, and I thought I’d share it here. (At the end, she gives permission to repost.) Celia discusses the Stonehenge energy becoming realigned with the Galactic Center, as well as the implications of clicking into Galactic Timing. June 21 is not an official Ocean’s 11:11 Event date, but Summer Solstice (in the Northern Hemisphere) also marks the start of

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  1. Posted by Ben Shedlofsky on June 17, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    I already starting to feel this as well. In a way I have dared the Lord to understand how the universe works. Like you guys I realize how to speed up time in a vortex according to and focusing on accerlating my car according to everything around while using my love energy like a pebble rippling in a pond effect. These two with centering my very being and grounding by accepting what will happen, what won’t happen and what will end up happening allows me to flow in the space time continium a lot faster than I have imagined. I sometimes get place 10 to 20 minutes before I get there or other times I have gotten there completely on time by visualizing it in my mind.

    Ben “Eliohem” Shedlofsky
    6/17/11

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  2. Posted by laurabruno on June 18, 2011 at 1:52 am

    Yes, time is so incredibly fluid. I discovered this in 2001 when I would routinely manage to slow down Seattle buses in order to catch them. It happened so often that it wasn’t a coincidence. At times, I’d even see things stretching, or my legs moving exponentially faster than the bus, so that I could catch it. It was like two glass doors sliding at different paces. I’ve since done lots of time experiments w/ the Reiki distant healing symbols, meditations, past life work and diving into the ever-present now where past, present and future and all parallel possibilities collide. It’s lots of fun! Namaste and thanks for commenting.

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  3. Posted by xifer on June 21, 2011 at 12:41 am

    The exclamation marks are a tad e-bayish for a start WOW! listen to me –lunar eclipse!!! stonehenge!!! solstice!!!! WOW!!! And as for arriving anywhere on time by visuallizing travelling in your mind!!! another WOW!! Comic books use exclamation marks

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  4. Posted by laurabruno on June 21, 2011 at 1:12 am

    Chris, I hope some day you experience a life in which you feel so excited that the dreaded exclamation point just pops out of you. And I hope you find life so fun-filled and funny that you laugh from joy rather than scorn. Peace to you and have a blissful journey!!!! Wow!! Wherever it takes you. I like Celia’s enthusiasm. Maybe she ate too much raw chocolate. I notice I get exclamation point happy myself whenever I do. I have to admit, those are the best days, though. 😉

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  6. Posted by laurabruno on June 22, 2011 at 2:22 am

    Thanks! Yes, I’ve seen this before, but it’s cool. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

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