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Recently, satellites at the Eros Data Center, near Sioux Falls, South Dakota, photographed Paha Sapa from above. When the pictures were developed, scientists were shocked to learn that the Black Hills were the exact shape of the human heart. You could even see the chambers, veins, and arteries.
This finding gives new meaning to the statements of Lakota elders, the former guardians of Paha Sapa, who said all along that Paha Sapa was the heart of all there is. One might wonder how the ancients knew what the land looked like from above before the advent of airplanes. Ben First Eagle, who lives in the center of Paha Sapa, says that mystics had ways of seeing that are in the realm of the unbelievable. But, for the average person, this scientific data confirms the stories they were told.
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Today on the way out from our campsite we saw a converted school bus with solar and a sky light. It was great inspiration for the bus that we’ll be getting soon for our summer trip with the mamos and zagas from July 16 to September 9. Want to hop on the bus? Let me know!
Sedona is miraculously beautiful, but also strange. There are big box stores everywhere blocking the majestic rock formations and visits to places like “Montezuma Well” really call forth need for pagamento. It’s really painful to see sacred sites like these boxed-in and used as tourist attractions.
You can’t really see the water way in this image, but imagine a city in the desert, a true oasis where 1.5 million gallons of water A DAY flow https://www.nps.gov/moca/planyourvisit/exploring-montezuma-well.htm
We’ve been finding water everywhere we go and since we’re in the desert, that’s symbolic to me that we’re on the right track for our water training in July.
Yes I actually did see a UFO unless anyone has familiarity with shooting stars going sideways and could prove me wrong.
I did not see the “tall whites” our government is working with – the ones who wear dark glasses to hide their enormous eyes & are very tall and thin with white blonde hair – but we never made in to LV proper either. Next time you visit LV here’s a final recognition tip – the “tall whites” don’t have the physiology for long strides – they do a sort of short stride shuffle – I have that on good authority.
I didn’t sample the alien fresh jerky (Text Alien to 72000 if you’d like to try) or the meteorite filtered vodka. I have my regrets.
This month’s full moon is in Uranus – the planet of FREEDOM – freedom and change get me jazzed more then anything else and this month has been about rapid change, surprises, revelations and revolutions, and like Alice, who knew who she was this morning, but has changed a few times since then, I’ve whipped out the keys to the costume closet and am exclusively wearing my super-hero uniform to be ready anytime for what’s in the stars – a greater alignment with even more consciousness about what we’re capable of (as a species) from here on out –Can you feel it? Have you been riding the waves this month? Surf or be surfed. Surrender is recommended.
I just added a new item to my store. It’s oil for the face and it’s absolutely divine. I can’t stop smiling or using it. It’s blue because I’ve used BLUE YARROW in it.
An online search revealed this site where I learned more about this wonderful essential oil and where you can purchase it.
Deep Blue Yarrow, Achillea millefolium
- Blood Tonic, Stimulates Circulation: Yarrow relaxes the peripheral blood vessels, improves blood flow. Assists with digestive and urinary problems.
- Promotes Sweating, Lowers Fevers: Chest rub for flu with Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Hyssop or Thyme.
- Anti-Phlogistic, Anti-Inflammatory, AntiAllergenic. Helps with allergic mucous, heals skin; reduces pain.
- Good for PMS & Menopause: For muscle cramps (dysmenorrhea): 2 parts Yarrow, 1 part Mint.
- Meditation Bridge for Expanded Awareness: The Meeting of Heaven & Earth. Use Yarrow with Amethyst.
- Blends With: Melissa, Hyssop. Yarrow is expensive. Use tiny amount in blends.
Energetic Benefits: Blue Yarrow opens the heart chakra and moves through the core, opening all the chakras and flowing all along the nerve channels, healing the nerves.
Energetic Index: Etheric Heart, Nerve Strengthening
I’ve been living in California for 20 years, so I’ve not experienced a harsh winter for two decades. The promise of relief from a hard winter is symbolic and mystical for me, just as it’s been for witches, sages and mages since time began. The logic ignites the magic. Equinox is a time when the shadow and light are in perfect balance. Today we celebrate balance – the exact balance between the Light and Darkness.
That said, it’s a wintery day here in Northern California which is cause for celebration – it’s raining and when it rains it’s like gold pouring from the sky. It’s a beautiful day. These are from my backyard –
The Kogi, Arhuaco and Wiwa mamos and zagas (medicine men and women) I’ve been blessed to work with in the Sierra Nevada of Colombia see balance as the basis of my energetic skill sit, so today is my birthday. It’s a big one! I’ll be 50 this year by Gregorian Calendar accounting. Happy Birthday to me!
We’re between the new and first quarter moon, astrologically that means it’s a good time for new beginnings and my husband and I are selling our loft (which we lived in, used as a photography, rented and used as a yoga studio since our arrival in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1998. It goes on the market in April and we’re leaving soon to go on the road in what will ultimately be an adventure all across the country.
In our weekly group meditation Ginny brought through many gifts as always – this time, including a message from the plant kingdom, particularly the orchids – They wanted us to know why they are here, on the planet:
To teach us how to live in community and collaborate
To teach us how how to live more simply
To make us aware of the beauty and grace in our lives
What a thrill to see this beautiful review of my book today on Barnes and Noble!
This is a book like no other I have read. It unites into an inspiring, cohesive and poetic whole a diversity of themes, experiences, information and emotions. Mary is a vulnerable yet confident, vibrant and, above all, heart-and-soul guide through her unusual life and her story of tragic loss and ultimate redemption. Readers of this book will not only be deeply moved, but learn more than they can imagine.
Thanks so much whoever you are!