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February 2017 Specials

I’ve decided to offer another Timeline Tune-In and Tune-Up Special because so many people keep contacting me with major concerns about the direction of our world and how this will impact them. I’m also introducing a new special this month — “Energy Protection for Empaths.” You can find details below.

FEBRUARY 2017 SPECIALS

Energy Protection for Empaths

This new half-hour offering shares tips and techniques specifically tailored to your own energy field and the challenges you face as a “Sensitive” or “Empath” — someone who deeply feels the emotions and energies of others, including the larger collective energies and emotions. Empaths have intuitive, psychic, and healing gifts that can feel more like a curse when faced with discord, negative or disharmonious frequencies like EMF’s, groupthink, or emotional overwhelm.

As someone whose already very thin veil practically disappeared with a 1998 brain injury, I have learned through trial and error, extensive research and over 15 years as a professional Medical Intuitive, how to protect the energy field so that those “gifts” actually live up to their potential. These tips and techniques don’t mean you stop feeling the energies; however, they allow you to recognize more clearly when something’s “yours” and when it’s not. They also help you much more quickly return to peace, soul sovereignty, joy, and allow you to exercise much greater healing influence in your life and in our world.

$77 for the half hour if prepaid on or before 2/28/2017. This session can also be doubled for an hour at $154. For more information or to sign up, please contact me here.

Timeline Tune-In and Tune-Up

In these current chaotic energies, it’s easy to get jostled onto a negative timeline. Because of the intensity right now, trajectories can shift very, very fast, thus the confusion of how a blessed life suddenly seems cursed. Railing against the chaotic energies right now won’t get you anywhere but stuck. The energies will remain chaotic for quite some time. If you learn how to deal with these energies, then you can use them as opportunities. Learning to acknowledge competing timelines encourages you to stop wallowing in self pity, confusion and grief and instead to recognize openings to preferred realities. This key energy shift brings a present moment consciousness that allows you to surf the chaotic waves instead of getting knocked over by them.

This hour session helps you to recognize your likely trajectory based on current energy patterns, intentions, and habits … and then, I search for the closest parallel reality versions of “you” with very slight differences that lead to more preferred (and more varied/greater opportunities for) positive outcomes. The scan and download are actually easier for me to do than to explain here, but if you’ve ever seen the movie “Sliding Doors” with its alternate reality story lines that intersect at certain points throughout the film, I’ll be scanning you for the “stickiest intersection points.”

I have found that these crossover points – i.e., parallel Universe bleed-throughs – can act like portals into alternate realities, preferred or not. That’s why you want to approach them consciously and respectfully, so that you recognize the power of the moment and choose wisely. The initial shift can look subtle, because if there weren’t enough similarities between the timelines/alternate realities, then the bleed-through moments wouldn’t happen so easily; however, in retrospect, such moments or decisions often seem “Fated.”

This reading gives you a heads up regarding the types of feelings, thoughts and experiences to watch for if you’re looking to sidestep onto a more positive timeline without needing to slog through linear time to get your desired life. In some cases, the preferred outcome even requires a sidestep, because the laws of cause and effect already set in motion on the current timeline are barreling you toward their “inevitable” end result. Fortunately, linear time’s not all it’s cracked up to be! These “timeline hops,” “portal points,” “reality jumps” – whatever you want to call them – are not only possible but powerful, and with awareness and practice, you can learn to surf such opportunities, charting your own course from current to next closest to preferred realities.

$133/hour if prepaid on or before 2/28/2017. Please contact me to sign up.

Jaime Meyer ~ Advice for Survival in These Wild Times

Jaime Meyer of Drumming the Soul Awake was kind enough to give me permission to publish his excellent “Advice for Survival in These Wild Times.” If you’re still reeling from any of the many shockers, chaotic energies and/or collective suffering and revelations, Jaime offers some corrective perspective: if you’re too zoomed in, zoom out!
Advice for Survival in These Wild Times
By Jaime Meyer
Dear Aghast Humans,
 
Whether you find yourself wanting to hide or wanting to fight, whether you feel enraged and engaged, or stunned and paralyzed, there is a single thing you need in this wild time: power from a source deeper and broader than the energies of fear that are whipping around so virulently.
Zoom Out.
To be effective agents of compassion, to be spiritual warriors, we need to be able to zoom in – see the specific kinds of suffering caused by systems. People inside the power structure, the beneficiaries of the system, often do not zoom in (because they really do not have to) and they literally do not see the suffering, and it seems “made up” to them. Their privileged position allows them to be zoomed slightly out all the time. So zooming in breaks through that layer of resistance. Sometimes we zoom in out of choice, but more often we are made to zoom in through a crisis that cracks our world open. So much of what is happening right now is that so many people are being forced to zoom in.
But we also must be able to zoom out – to see longer historical arcs, and see the even longer and less tangible arc of Spirit. Remember that our political system is designed to change every few years – that is part of its brilliance. Remember that freedom of speech really does apply to all – even assholes who are so goddamned wrong. Remember we survived Nixon and G.W. Bush, and McCarthy, and J. Edgar Hoover. Remember that the mid-term election process has already begun.
And remember the arc of Spirit: remember that human consciousness is developing- more slowly than we wish, but it is inexorable. It’s a big planet made up of people at all levels of spiritual development. Like it or not, we are experiencing this thing we call life together. And the earth, too, is on her own soul’s journey, and each of us are participating in her journey. There are many more unseen layers of reality than there are visible ones. Remember the shamanic motto: things are never just what they appear to be- Spirit is always at work initiating us into the next place. Try this truly challenging shamanic mantra: Fear is never the appropriate response. Really- try meditating with that phrase for 20 minutes. Even though it’s very difficult, try to remember that the power of Love outlasts all, and binds all together.
Staying zoomed in all the time to the unceasing flow of specifics delivered by Facebook and Twitter is inviting yourself to be devoured by anger and grief, and that makes you ineffective as a warrior, change agent, lover, parent, artist – on and on. I can convince myself that staying zoomed in, staying in a state of rage and fear, proves I am committed to a cause. I can believe that others who aren’t as angry as me are less committed. But anger is not commitment, its just anger. Zooming out – coming into contact with powers greater than Trump, greater than the immediate, greater than the human – this is how you cleanse yourself and re-fill your powers. Its not just a good thing to do – it’s life saving.
So make room in your life for a spiritual discipline – any discipline that truly helps you zoom out. Make room in your life to be with your spiritual tribe to do spiritual work together.
I was in the Amazon jungle on election night, actually in a deep ceremony. The next day I began an eight-day period of fasting and prayer and ingesting the next in a series of plants that help me hold more power, to be more effective as a healer and teacher. In a half-dreamy state one day, here is what the plant spirit said to me:
What did Trump promise? To bring the wrecking ball to structures that need to come down. What is the message that resonated? No more business as usual. What does he display? Confidence without shame. These are the energies, these are the messages of this time. Putting aside politics, demagoguery, personality and fear, what would happen if you applied the positive aspects of this message to your own life? What would your life be like if you said, “No more poisonous business as usual – no more tolerating powers that poison me. I’m inviting the wrecking ball to take out that structure that I hate, that encases me in smallness. Without shame, I step into a new structure.
 
What then? 

Gratitude, Flow and a Water Prayer

In these days leading up to Thanksgiving, I just want to take a few moments to express gratitude for my amazing readers, clients, friends and family who engage with me in life, sessions and through this blog. I lead a truly blessed life that at the end of a back-to-back session day, I feel so privileged to know so many incredibly sensitive, powerful, magical, loving and astute people out there.

Thank you from the depths of my overflowing heart for being here now.

Thank you for showing up, and thank you for putting your own love and energy back into the world, even when — especially when — that world seems topsy turvy, scary, wild and unpredictable. And thank you for having the courage to withdraw back into your Self, to fill your own well, allowing your own healing through the waters to and from their Source.

And now, a prayer:

 

May we each flow with the Mighty Element of Water.

May the Undines, Mer People, Dolphins and the Swimming Ones

Join with us as we join and flow with them.

 

May the Mighty Element of Water protect and honor

The Water Protectors at Standing Rock.

May the Mighty Element of Water reclaim Her Sovereignty:

Never again allowing Herself to be forced into abuse.

 

May water cannons reverse upon those intending harm,

Blast away the corporate fascism

And generational brainwashing.

 

May the Mighty Element of Water cleanse all hatred, fear and greed.

May this cleansing purify and irrigate the hearts

Of any souls so parched that they only know The Wasteland.

 

May the Grail pour Awen upon the crowns of all involved.

May inspiration and understanding fill their eyes

Like Salmon of Wisdom leaping against the current

Into Destiny.

 

May the Tides of Change relieve any droughts

And nourish hill and dale, and field and tree.

May the Crystalline Grid support the rivers and streams

That lead to Great Lakes and the Pulsing Ocean.

 

May the Mighty Element of Water

Re-member Her Way as we ride Her Waves.

Indiana: The Wasteland and The Grail

This past weekend, David and I took a mini-getaway for his birthday. Our ultimate destination was Turkey Run State Park in West Central Indiana, but we decided to go via Lafayette, home of Purdue University — mostly because it afforded the most gluten-free, organic and/or vegan dining options. I had read that Lafayette and West Lafayette have the highest density population of anywhere in Indiana, so we prepared ourselves for hustle bustle, despite our intention to relax and go with the flow.

After years of caring for David’s parents and more recently my own, this was our first non-family, non-must-do-event getaway in as long as we can remember. No plans other than a 6:45 dinner reservation at Restauration and prepaid hotels in Lafayette on Saturday and at Turkey Run Inn on Sunday. Imagine our surprise when we arrived in Lafayette to find it almost completely deserted. Purdue must be out of session, because we saw hardly any students and even fewer adults. We actually referenced the Twilight Zone on several occasions, because the streets were that empty!

We checked into the Baymont and received an immediate upgrade to a corner room with a king bed. We had stocked up our cooler for the rest of the trip at the Mishawaka Whole Foods (which David helped open in 2013) and planned to wander around Lafayette art galleries and quaint shops, but we found most of them closed. With unexpected time before our dinner reservation, we headed over to Clegg Botanical Gardens, just outside of town. Reviews warned that it was more of a “nature trail” than a formal European garden, but that suited us just fine. The hills and dramatic views of Wildcat Creek cleared our heads and made me smile. Although we only spent about 20 minutes on steep steps and a winding trail, we felt the industrial views and dilapidated buildings of our trip there — and daily life in Goshen — fade away. I felt water begin to pour into my soul.

When we arrived back in Lafayette a mere 45 minutes later, the city suddenly seemed fully inhabited! Nary a parking space anywhere. All the restaurants were full, and we needed to tap our parking angel connections to make our reservation on time. More Twilight Zone jokes: when did they all land? As became a theme on this getaway, we got seated in the furthest away corner table, snugly tucked into our own universe. We enjoyed the food — mostly local, mostly organic/heirloom, with numerous vegan and gluten-free options, organic hard cider, and homemade bread from Einkorn wheat. It didn’t knock-our-socks-off, but we didn’t care. As we decompressed over dinner, we realized just how difficult the past three years have been for both of us, and we realized that we have made it through. We can feel the restoration after a very long time in the Wasteland.

I mentioned to David how many synchronicities I’ve had lately surrounding the Grail story. It seems everything that crosses my path somehow references the tale in new, deeply resonant ways. Sharon Blackie’s book, “If Woman Rose Rooted,” explores this ancient Celtic story in both its sanitized and Christianized forms, as well as its wilder forms — recognizing the Wasteland of what humanity has done to our Earth and our responsibility (and ability) to re-enchant the world. I highly recommend this book for both men and women, btw, since it reveals how the sacred masculine needs the divine feminine principle in order to return to its own balance. Sharon’s book interweaves her own story with that of many inspiring and deeply rooted women. Various iterations of the Grail story punctuate the cloth like repeating jeweled colors and patterns of a rich tapestry.

In any case, I fell asleep on Saturday night after reading another Celtic retelling of the Grail with women as its sacred protectors … and with its mythological connection between abusive, disrespectful patriarchal leadership and barren land. So often when I look upon the once tree covered Indiana, my heart and soul weep for this very same situation. Our world faces so many ecological crises, but the flat, industrialized, blight ridden, grey, dilapidated, toxic and ugly assault me whenever I leave my faery haven cocoon. Fortunately, the restoration of our Land continues, inspired by the complete contrast and a sense of urgency that I feel bubbling up not only from my soul but from the Land itself.

Because we live in a beautiful little house, with a beautiful and colorful magical office house next door and beautiful, lush, abundant gardens everywhere around and in between, I tend to lose sight of what I’ve done in three years. Only when I leave this sacred, healing spot does the harshness of Northern Indiana yank the magic carpet from beneath my soul until I remember that I’m the one who flies. I’m the one restoring this land, nurturing perennials, bulbs and fruit trees, planting native wildflowers, and designing sacred”rooms” inside and out.

Our drive to and around Lafayette reminded me, yes, of what feels so offensive to the inner artist in me, but it also registered possibilities. As we drove through neighborhood after gardenless, unlandscaped neighborhood, I began seeing gardens everywhere. “Do you realize how beautiful this world could be, David?! Do you realize how much food we could grow and how lovely it would all become?” When he mentioned poverty of both pocketbook and spirit, I wondered aloud, “Yes, but what if those come from a lack of imagination, a lack of vision? What if planting flowers and throwing colorful paint on old buildings could charm the poverty away? What if getting hands in the dirt really did heal depression like scientific studies continue to show?” Re-enchantment.

The next day we drove the hour to Turkey Run State Park. It was too rainy to go to the reportedly quieter Shades State Park, since that one can become treacherous in wet weather, so we got to Turkey Run Inn early. Once again, we found our room ready and tucked away in a quiet corner. My friend Dana from The Druid’s Garden had told me months ago that she had experienced one of the most sacred spots on Earth ever — not just in Indiana — at Turkey Run, and my soul hungered to feel in real life (not just my imagination) that deep, restorative healing it craved from Nature.

Despite all my gardening –and in all our travels I discovered that I actually have the most extensive garden I’ve seen for hundreds of miles and many towns in multiple states– I frequently feel starved for Nature in Northern Indiana. Instead of receiving from the Earth as I have in so many of my homes, with few exceptions, Goshen feels like everything I enjoy here, I made or co-created myself, usually through passionately love-filled vision and hard work. People appreciate the effort, but I knew I needed to replenish all the energy going out of me since we moved here in November 2 012. For months, I’ve anticipated this trip, expecting to feel cleansed by Nature’s holiness.

And quiet.

We arrived on Mother’s Day, which was maybe not the best planning, but synchronously, this experience triggered massive downloads and focus, so no mistake. When we began our hike, I immediately noticed the crowds. I don’t do crowds, so they seemed even larger than they probably were. At first, I assumed my ears deceived me about the volume of noise. “Don’t be so picky, Laura, that’s just a bird squawking in the distance. Nature’s not silent. Try to enjoy all Her creatures.” As we continued our walk, though, I found that in fact, those squawks were not birds, but children. Shrieking, yelling, rambunctious kids.

Again, I tried to talk myself out of my sense impressions. “Laura, it’s Mother’s Day. They’ve chosen to celebrate by bringing their kids in Nature. Chill out.” As the volume increased, we stopped at a sign describing how Turkey Run exists as a preservation of life on Earth 20,000 years ago. Microclimates offer enormous diversity in such a small area of land, and this spot stands alone outside the rest of the similar areas in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. David lovingly calls Turkey Run, “The Indiana Dells.”

The sign’s reverence for the unique and sacred aspects of this park warmed my heart. Instead of simply saying, “Stay on the trails,” the sign explained how “the greatest threat to this 20,000 year old preservation is you,” going on to note how park visitors’ actions can change the delicate balance required to maintain this Land. In addition to not trampling delicate flora, signs carefully explained all sticks should be left in place to decompose and add to the soil’s fertility.

With that in mind, we turned a curve to find the source of much of the squawking. Pre-teen boys covered in mud ran recklessly around a bridge and stream. They had huge sticks and smashed them — loudly and aggressively — in the water, while their father egged them on. Passersby with children allowed their own children to join the fray, climbing boulders and shouting from the top, splashing mud on themselves and others, yelling to each other from dozens of yards away or up close. Volume had nothing to do with proximity. I covered my ears and tried to identify one set of parents to connect with to begin to turn the tide, but the volume continued to rise and rise until my head began to spin.

“This is worse than a Walmart,” I said to David.

“The irony,” he said, “if that no one would act like this in Walmart.”

“It’s like screaming in a cathedral,”I whispered — outraged, as I knew we just happened to be standing right in the most sacred spot that Dana had mentioned. It looked truly magical. How could these children and their parents be so oblivious to the wonder here?!

“I didn’t come all this way to experience a Chuck E. Cheese or bumper car birthday party.”

“It’s Mother’s Day,” said David, hopping off to take some photos.

Turkey Run 2Turkey Run 3Turkey Run

I continued covering my ears, because the sounds of the yelling echoed in the canyon walls, amplifying each voice as more families began to arrive and thoughtlessly smash sticks on the rocks and water. It was the first Mother’s Day I’ve ever pondered the virtues of population control and plagues, and doing so felt as horrible as the shattered dream of sitting near a waterfall or spring and just communing with our real Mother … Mama Earth. Seriously, how could so many people come to such a gorgeous, sacred place and desecrate it? I’m usually so optimistic about humanity’s ability to turn things around, but I began having serious doubts on Sunday.

Thankfully, David insisted we keep walking, even when that walk turned to the “rugged” portion of the trail. I was so frazzled from the shouting that I did not trust my balance on a slippery, narrow rock ledge covered with moss, but my Taurus David had set his mind on reaching “The Punch Bowl.” I could either remain at the bottleneck of screaming, splashing pre-teens, or I could slip and slide my way through to the next phase. I used to rock climb, and those skills returned as the waterfall’s roar covered the human shouts.

David planned to turn around after “The Punch Bowl,” but I told him I could not face returning to that bedlam. My soul needed quiet, and as we began to get a little bit, my prayers became more focused. “Please, please, please, lead us somewhere peaceful and restorative.”

David went down to the Punch Bowl, and I climbed up a path to sit at the top of the waterfall he wanted to photograph. While there, the water washed away my earlier frustration and soothed the raw nerves. A warbler began to chirp on a nearby tree, and from the spring that fed the waterfall, I felt a strong Mother presence holding space for me, as my soul unwound. Un-twined, but also unwound as in un-wounded, un-hurt itself. I felt my soul heal by those holy waters.

Having passed the slippery threshold, we agreed to walk this longer, more rugged path in order to experience the quiet restoration we came here to receive. The rest of the journey did not disappoint, and several historical markers along the way revealed that the horror, outrage and sorrow I felt at desecrating the sacred actually helped to birth this park and the entire Indiana State Parks System. I found communion with the humans who recognized the beauty and power of this place and who did something to preserve it. Perhaps I will tell that story in depth another time, as this post grows long, but suffice to say, the people who created and maintain Turkey Run State Park are deeply reverent, soulful beings who honor the Waters and the Land. I felt humbled and inspired.

We returned to our room for a snack and lazy afternoon nap, then wandered out to Sunset Point at day’s end. I expected to find a crowd there, too, but David and I found ourselves alone with the woods, taking a magical walk at twilight.

After our cooler saved dinner, we talked and read in bed for awhile, both feeling freshly washed by our day outside. I continued to read “If Women Rose Rooted” and came upon the Breton version of Arthurian legends and the Grail. I have a special connection to Brocéliande due to a faery who visited our yard in 2014 and helped with the landscape design (its own long story!). In any case, I again fell asleep thinking and dreaming of the Grail. The next morning I realized I was a day behind in Celtic Spirit: Daily Meditations for the Turning of the Year. As usual, the delay proved synchronous, since May 8 just happened to discuss not only the Grail but ways in which we can ask for the Grail to help restore whatever exists as a Wasteland in our lives or communities. Sharon Blackie had just been urging a similar process in “If Women Rose Rooted.”

Grail Celtic Meditation

I immediately presented my own need for healing as it relates to healing our Land in Goshen, and then Indiana at large. This state once housed the most magnificent trees! If not for people like state parks creator Richard Lieber and writer and activist Juliet Strauss, the rest of Indiana might have fallen to the timber companies devouring everything in sight. If not for those of us in Goshen loving the Land, planting trees, supporting the farmers market and creating and supporting the Arts, Goshen would not be bubbling forth with new, fresh waters of life. If not for people doing similar things in other spots, our entire Earth would turn into corporate cookie cutter buildings, ravaged land and poisoned wells.

But people do care. In lots of places. Some places need more care than others, and Indiana is such a place. Six months of dreams called me to Northern Indiana from Northern California. It has been difficult, and I came by way of Chicago’s Lake Michigan and Madison, WI. But I did come, and I did plant and root and grow. Others have preserved. I sent out my prayer yesterday for the Grail to pour its healing waters on the Wastelands of Indiana. As soon as I finished my prayer, I drew a card from Wild Wisdom of the Faery Oracle Deck and placed it on the Indiana blanket where I happened to be sitting upon the bed:

Grail Faery

The Grail Faery!

Just then, David returned from a little photo jaunt outside to snap pictures of a statue in honor of Juliet Strauss:

Subjugation close up

Indeed, the Grail is present within the Wasteland, pouring healing waters upon the Land. May we each do our part to restore and re-enchant the Mother we all share.

 

 

 

 

Lee Harris ~ November 2014 Energy Forecast

Another gentle message from Lee Harris. Full transcript below the video:

 

 

Lee Harris ~ November 2014 Energy Forecast

 

Hi everybody and welcome to the November 2014 Energy Forecast.

It’s a beautiful morning here in Colorado; a little chilly but very sunny and golden leaves everywhere.

It’s been a very interesting month. As usual, ‘interesting’ is my default word that encapsulates so much.

Just a couple of days ago I did a pre-recorded interview for a radio show with Rob Gauthier. At the end of the radio show he asked me, “Why do you think so many people have been going through such a hard time the last couple of years and this year?”  He said that so many people he knows or works with are struggling.

I think in a way that ‘struggle’ is a repetitive theme every time I deliver these forecasts and yet trying to do a video message in a format like this is a little tricky in that we’re all in different places.

So to the best of my ability I try and encapsulate the range of our experiences. But I do notice from feedback that I get through the month or from people that I work with, that there are incredibly varying levels and experiences for everybody at this point in time. And this is a truth that really goes right back to the idea of the journey of human ascension and the changing consciousness on our planet.

I still think there is a hangover from the year 2012.  Many people (and this is what I said to Rob) were hoping for a big overnight change in 2012 or 2013, and that overnight change hasn’t happened outside them. So those people are still in a shock, grief or mourning hangover from that time and struggling to come to terms with what they are seeing reflected in the outer world that they find difficult. So that has to be taken into account.

But as I said at the beginning of the October forecast, there is also a great opening beginning to re-occur on the planet now.

We’ve come out of that period of a couple of years where, if you like, the heart of the shift was occurring in our consciousness and our inner landscapes.

And now we are in the opening times, where in the coming decade and beyond, we each have not only opportunity but perhaps a duty to change things on the planet.

Change does begin within.

And what’s interesting to me are the arguments I will see happening among people about this. I say this about the groups who might label themselves spiritual people or light workers. These labels that we apply can be useful but not if they are used as divisive forces. Labels ultimately don’t mean anything because essentially we are all human beings in this together. But these are labels that people apply to themselves or that might get attributed to a certain group, and it’s always interesting to me to see the infighting that is going on in these groups and the anger that people are having at each other about why things aren’t changing.

Yet if you really stop and think about it, the most inspiring change makers that you know; whether that is the lady who lives on your street who is always bringing the street together to create some solidarity and group spirit, or whether it’s Oprah Winfrey that you’re watching on the television who is doing her thing in her way. Those people carry on bringing change with a certain energy of positivity and more importantly, a certain energy of life. They don’t do it with anger or judgment. They do it with life and faith in the future and each other.

And I feel that our personal responsibility as human beings in this very odd time that we’re living in is to, in some ways, not worry too much about linear time right now.

There is this huge time pressure that so many people have. There are all of these emails going round about the environment and the government talking about urgency, and while they may be important for us to look at and respond to, the sense of alarm around time won’t help any of us. I mentioned the emails few months ago, and a lot of people are using this idea of time pressure to get themselves really het up. And when you get het up, you aren’t going to bring a very peaceful or life-giving vibration to what you’re focusing on.

I recently read an interview with a singer-songwriter and she said she carries round a book about medieval times with her because it reminds her that no matter how bad things might look now, things were a lot worse then. And she mentioned the things that people would do to each other then on a daily basis.

I, like all of you watching or reading this, don’t enjoy seeing the suffering, the destruction and the war in the world. It’s something that I have to continually come to terms with in order to live here. But at the same time, I don’t believe that we are doomed in the future if we, all of us, decide to play our part in making the change that we are here to bring.

We don’t know how long life on Planet Earth will go, but we do know that while we are here, we can be the best custodians and stewards that we can be of bringing that change.

So this brings me back to you.

How are you dealing with your dreams and desires right now? And how are you learning from everything in your life that you might be finding difficult?

Because we do have a responsibility to
A) Learn who we are
and
B) Figure out what we need in order to thrive in our lives.

We are all different. Some of us are more sensitive than others. But once you start to understand who you are and how you are reacting to outside factors in your life, you can begin to make changes that are going to allow you to bring your best to every day.

Within all of that, of course as I always say, if you are struggling on a certain day just take it easy. Have a day of rest. The world isn’t going to go anywhere while you recover your energy. And when you’ve recovered, you can come back out into the world and be ready to play and absorb and give.

So the exercise that was given on this radio show came through Zachary, as a channel at the end of the show. And it was basically just a very quick ‘reset’ exercise to get rid of any density you may be carrying or feeling; because there is a lot of density right now. People are in fear and you can feel that.

As you walk out into the the street, you will be affected by the energy of everybody around you. We are an ocean of energy as a collective. And in the same way I have explained that there are cold patches and warm patches in the ocean, you can have the same reaction as you walk through the energy fields of others and you can take it on and become it in your own life.

This is why it’s wonderful to be around heart-open, positive people – it’s infectious. Equally, it can be depressing and depleting to be around negative or downward pulling people.

But not if you look after your own energy boundaries and awareness.

So, the exercise that was given was to imagine yourself as a pyramid; and to imagine the top of your pyramid as reaching about one meter (or 100 centimeters) above your head. And then to see the pyramid going down either side of your body reaching approximately 70 centimeters distance either side of your hips.

Now close your eyes, and imagine an incredible ball of light, a hundred centimeters above your head (at the top of your pyramid). That’s the light of the universe that you’re connecting to. Now just imagine and feel that light for a moment, and see if you can invite the light down through your head to your heart; as low down into your body as you can take it. Let it start to slowly travel down toward and into you.

Then, when you’ve done that visualization for some seconds, start to gently stamp your feet; right then left. And you can do this exercise either sitting down or standing, so just gently start to stamp your feet.

And as you stamp, what you’re doing is your stamping out all the density in your base and the base of your pyramid, that you have absorbed from the rest of the world that day, or from whatever it is that has come up in your own personal energy field for clearing.

And then, after 20-30 seconds, you can stop your feet and go back to visualizing the light. Imagine the light, a meter above your head, and this time you should find it’s a little stronger. It should be a little brighter. You should feel it more and you should be able to bring it down lower into your body.

Then again, after you’ve done this for little while, you stamp again – right, left, right, left.

It’s very simple and actually quite therapeutic to do it. And you repeat this ‘light then feet’ process a third and final time. Imagine the light. And most of you should find that the light is now bigger and it’s something that you can connect into you in a deeper way.

For some of you this exercise maybe a little metaphysical, for some of you will be right up your street, but the reason to do it is there is an enormous amount of light flooding the planet at the moment. So in the human collective, what’s happening because of that is the release of density and darkness coming up for and out of people.

So this is an exercise for you to shift from density to light. It’s short and simple and will help you reconnect yourself with your own light on this planet and your own connection to universal source energy.

That’s what we doing here as human beings. Shifting from density into light every single day.

I think there are so many different ideas of how we should be. And again, I see arguments in the spiritual community about “you should be this” or “you should be that” and none of that’s true unfortunately.

No person can tell another person how to be.
What we have to do is master who we are here to be on the planet and what we are here to show up and give.
And to trust that through that, your unique path, you are perfectly playing your part in this universe.

So of course (as I’ve said in all the recent months), there will be symptoms going on for you through this ascension process, such as;

  • Strong ‘release’ dreams. Some of you will be processing very dark dreams – this is density coming out of your system that you’re choosing to do through sleep rather than waking life.
  • Conflict energies – internal and external. This will also be an area to master the more you ascend in yourself. You may be releasing inner conflicts – judgments and confusion about or toward yourself. There may be people around you that you’re having conflict with, and your mastery is to learn to not engage in the conflict with them, but to gracefully disengage to the best of your ability. If you do find yourself having an argument with somebody or you look back on yourself shouting at somebody in a moment, know that this can also sometimes be necessary catalyst. It may be something you would rather not repeat in the future, but perhaps for that day, that was the very thing that you and this person needed to happen to change the energy between you; because the energy is changing for all of us every single day.
  • Embracing/Resisting Change. In your external world, you will either be right now resisting creating change (or feeling the resistance to oncoming change), or you will be embracing it, flying with it, loving it and feeling very, very alive. Both are different parts of an experience so don’t judge your resistance but remind yourself that stepping through resistance is the greatest gift you can give yourself. Be bold.

So within all of this, remember this light that’s here on Earth for and with all of us. Some of you will reach the light through praying, some of you will reach it through yoga, some of you will reach it through singing. Many different ways to access light.

But we can also just literally close our eyes, take a moment and reconnect to what is here inside us or do a simple exercise like the one I gave.

Our ‘job’ as humans on the planet at this time is to the best of our ability bring in more consciousness and light, and bring more compassion and positive change to a very varied world.

I’m very heartened by what I am seeing happening in the world around the changes that we need. And I have been grateful that I’ve been able to come to the other side of being heartened by seeing how people in the world are working to try and change all of those areas that are threatening the life of the planet, but even more so, working to raise the peace of the planet and the consciousness level of the planet.

So I invite you to take a moment to just consider for yourself what is it you need more of this month to access your part in our tapestry?
Because it starts with you so you knowing and walking toward what you need is very important.

Being selfish or self-centered is the criticism that will often be leveled at you by people who don’t understand truly what the nature of self-love and self-care is. When we practise self-love and self-care at higher levels than we have ever been taught by society, we naturally want to care for others more. We naturally want to love and share more, because love is a shared energy. It is not an exclusive energy and it’s far more interesting and enjoyable when you share it and watch it grow and multiply.

I hope you can take a moment after this video to do the exercise and to also perhaps think for yourself what do I need a little more of this month?

And if you’re particularly challenged by doing that or you feel selfish in asking yourself that question, it would be great for you especially to write a few things down; because when things remain in our head, they can be very etheric.
When we write them down on paper, we bring them out of the body but we can also see them reflected to us afterwards.

So, I wish you all lots of love for this month.

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And I’m super happy to announce that I’m going to be in New York. It will be my first live event in New York since 2008!
I will be there December the 6th, Saturday afternoon and the event is called “Energy Speaks  – An afternoon with Lee and Friends.”

I will be joined by Natalia Rose and Dana Weekley, who are both part of my latest book, and I will be taking lots of audience Q + A. There are 100 seats for that event and it is online available to book now. Check it out here.

**Link to Radio Show Lee speaks about, broadcasting 11/27/2014 – http://www.trebchanneling.com/#!eeneeh/c1ere

Peace Mantra: Om Shanti Om

One hour of peace. Please spend as much time in the vibration of peace as your life allows. The more the outer world insists upon war, the deeper we need to go within to find and to cultivate peace. From that place inside, peace can sprinkle forth from us like gentle rain on cracked and desolate land. Even five minutes of peace per day as a reset will gradually remind you of your truth. As each of us continues to return to peace, we can more clearly recognize ways of bringing much needed change through peaceful means. Gentle strength exists. We can be the change and bring the change through the creative inspiration that flows from peace.

Om Shanti Om.

Finding Your Own Center

It’s always so interesting to read or watch world or national events “unfold” online and then have a session with someone from that area who usually provides me with very different details and experiences. So far today I’ve spoken with someone in Japan (who initially contacted me right after Fukushima) and another person who just left Kiev and plans to return for awhile to see his lover before returning to his own country. Tomorrow, I speak with a Nevadan who happens to be married to a California farmer who’s well aware of “riparian rights” and the huge implications of “changing regulations.”

I have another friend traveling in Japan and China right now, and Goshen’s got a large Ukranian population — not that I know any of them. Yesterday, I received word that my high school experienced a “three hour lockdown” as someone had called to say armed men entered the school. Police later determined that call to be a hoax, but the students spent three terrified hours with minimal to no information on why they couldn’t go home as usual.

This is a short post, because I don’t have much time today. My point is that wherever dramatic, “newsworthy” things happen, they happen to individuals. No matter what right wing, left wing, ethnic or age group we hear about from alternative or mainstream media, we will never receive the full, true story. How could we when so many people experience the exact same stimuli in different ways? How could we when for every person for whom a policy has helped, we can find many for whom it hasn’t helped?

My own preference, and that of most of the people with whom I speak in sessions, is for peace, freedom, love and respect — for each other, for the environment and for ourselves. No one likes to feel manipulated, and few people realize they’re being manipulated until some distance and recentering allows them to find themselves again. Rather than waiting to recenter after traumatic events, we can make it our own personal practice to recenter every day, every hour, every moment that we feel off balance. We can choose to breathe. We can choose to ask for inspiration to act wisely and calmly and with compassion. We can remove ourselves from situations that become more obvious for throwing us off center. The more we practice this, the less fear we generate, and the more clearly we can walk our own path.

If we live in a world of people centering themselves, we will live in a calmer, more loving, less manipulated world, but we can’t make others’ decisions for them. We can, however, commit to ourselves each day that we will center, breathe and allow that calm presence to radiate from the center of our beings. From that place of inner stillness — even if just for a few moments each day — we can re-member our world and re-create our world in powerful and effective ways.

That’s all I have time to share today, but this post spills over from so many sessions of talking with people in the midst of “danger zones” or “news events” — who are really just talking with me about pretty normal life decisions. Life goes on … and we continue to hold the possibility for influencing the general direction life takes.

Many blessings to you on the journey ….