Who Inspires The Inspirer?~ Star Seeds Now need to Step Up!

My lovely friend Sue’s post is synchronous on several levels. I’ll repeat my comment to her here on the reblog:

Powerful poem, Sue! I love the cleverly embedded links, too — sure to wake up some sleepers. I keep having the most amazing dreams, so I know that all is well on at least one timeline, though challenges still await. For those willing to face and integrate the Shadow, the blessings are incredible.

Much love,
Laura

Dreamwalker's Sanctuary

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 Hello my beautiful WordPress Family,

The Poem below I wrote the other night, as I woke up in those twilight hours  when sleep no longer comforts. 

During these past weeks, I have written many pages within my journal and like most of you, we all have so much to say, yet somehow when we try to express our thoughts they can sound unreal even to our own ears. I am still in the process of working my way around to you all. But I am taking my return to my blog slowly… An hour here and an hour there.. 

So I will let my poem speak to you, and within it for those who want to and are brave enough to dive deeper you will find more hidden within the words…    But at the end I want to include another video which…

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  1. Posted by Kieron on May 1, 2020 at 11:17 pm

    This was interesting, and I have shared it with someone who self-identifies as a starseed.

    Random thought that dropped into my consciousness today: I personally dislike this mask-wearing trend for reasons that include making speech more difficult to understand (for those of us who depend on lipreading) and because other visual cues are missing. But after an uncomfortable experience picking up on social disapproval for not wearing one (I dropped by the store without thinking ahead, as one may do), I then walked home and thought about this: I wonder if this stuff is going to encourage us all to look one another in the eye. A soul-gaze, if you will. It so happens I had to have an interaction with 2 police officers on the job yesterday and neither of them would look me in the eye when I explained why their intervention was needed, except in passing or a flicker of a glance. I suppose that’s how it is for them. Then this experience in the store today. It bothers me a lot, so I suspect I have eye contact on the brain.

    Well, you know what? I’m going to make a point of looking people in the eye when I’m in the community, especially when they have face masks on. I’ll probably run into someone with shades on, at that! 🙂

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  2. Yeah, I don’t like the masks, because I feel like I need to go totally incognito and covered up if I go somewhere requiring them. I already wear a hat and sunglasses — very fair skin and light sensitive eyes. Adding the mask, I feel like I’m trying to rob a bank! I just walk around outside. David’s been doing the shopping since he drives. 🙂

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