January 13, 2020

Taking a Breath

Today, finally, life here in Cedar City has settled down.  Everything is unpacked, my sacred items have been put out on display, and the artwork has been hung.  It feels truly like home, since there is now the energy of so many familiar things that can be felt throughout the house. 

This past week, I took my Intermediate Remote Viewing course with Paul Smith.  The schedule of this course was a lot easier than the Basic CRV course, and there were fewer people there, so it was a fairly pleasant experience.  As always in such situations, there are different personalities to deal with, and the way these CRV courses go, there is a fair amount of wait time while other students are working on their targets.  Being an energy healer, I can’t help but become aware of the other students’ issues.  I try not to spy, but in such close quarters, it happens.  I find human behavior to be endlessly fascinating.  So some goofiness was happening, and I was somewhat surprised at the level of patience that I was able to manifest.   

As one is evolving spiritually and clearing issues all along the way, life’s odd occurrences tend to be less and less bothersome.  I do admit that patience has not been one of my virtues. Just ask my many past students!  But this time, I was mostly unruffled.  That felt good.

During the class, we had a field trip as a break from the pressures of learning CRV.  Paul drove the group up to Kolob Canyon, which is at the northern end of Zion National Park.  Above and below are some photos.

January 5, 2020

Connecting to the Land

Yesterday, I did a repeat hike on a familiar trail about 45 minutes south of Cedar City.  This time, the path I took was part familiar, and part new.  The new part was labeled Turtle Wall.  Indeed, as I walked along, it looked like the huge rock formations to my left were like a series of turtle heads sticking out towards me.
I eventually arrived at a large red rock formation I dubbed Turtle Rock.  I walked out onto it, and immediately felt like I was standing on the back of a huge turtle.  That brought to mind that we are all living on the back of what the native peoples call "Turtle Island".  Sometimes the turtle is stationary, and sometimes she is walking with a rocking and rolling motion.  Talk about life on planet earth!  Below is a photo taken from the top of that rock formation looking out towards St. George.  It felt so grounding and solid to be standing there. 
Further down the trail, more of the turtle can be seen.
On another note, tomorrow I will be starting my Intermediate Controlled Remote Viewing course with Paul Smith.  It will be so nice to be able to drive only a few miles to get to the course location, and sleep in my own bed at home every night!