April 24, 2022

April Launch


Four members of our launching group met this morning for another interesting and life affirming set of launches.  As a general theme that showed up today, there seems to be a lot of moving and the changing of modes of being for everyone who participated.  I expect that we will have a lot to talk about at our next launch! 

Everyone needs to have an intent for their launch so that the journey can be as productive as possible.  As I lifted up and out, I expressed my intent as “show me my next step”.  This launch was a bit unusual for me.  I expanded out pretty fast, but then ran into a clear wall with writing in white all over it.  The closest I could find is the above photo.  It is a version of Arabic.  The wall was about 5 feet high and very long from side to side, and also thin. 

As I was studying the writing and trying to decipher it, the wall rolled up from one end to the other, and I was then facing a vertically oriented tube or column. The next thing I knew, that rolled up tube of writing entered me.   I proceeded upwards, and was surrounded on all sides by those symbols floating in mid air. 

The next part was sort of unusual.  I then found myself traveling down and deep into the earth.  I ended up in the center right next to the Heart of our Earth Mother.  This was unusual because during these journeys, I very rarely go there.  I am more of an up and out person!                 

Once there, I kept expanding my Core Essence until it was as big as our planet.  It was also filled with those symbols.  I could see that the substance of our planet was being transmuted and transformed into a golden white energy from the inside out.  It seemed like she was turning into a star!  This reminded me of the “ascension” that our earth is supposed to be attaining. 

At that point, I turned to the Earth Mother who was next to me, and saw the most amazing thing!  She was not in the form of a person, or even a glowing globe of light.  What I saw was a combination of sacred geometry and a view through a kaleidoscope.  The patterns were pale white, and constantly moving into various geometric figures.  The photo below gives an approximation of what I saw, but without the colors and moving all around.

So is this the soul of our planet in her natural form?  A lot of people say that a giant crystal resides in the center of our planet.  Maybe they were tuning into this.  I sat with this energy for a while before I was called back by the group. 

Along the way, I was also receiving guidance for my next step.  I need to simplify my life, and eliminate what no longer serves me.  I will probably be cutting back on my remote viewing projects in favor of more meditation time and expansion at the core of the planet, and more blog posts.  Will I be helping our planet raise her vibration and become a star?  Will that activity assist in any way to clear up all of the violence happening right now?  Will all of those symbols permeate the planet and have some kind of effect?   I don’t know.  At the very least, I think it will be a very productive way to pass time, and perhaps write about more of these experiences in doing so.  Who knows what will happen! 

April 16, 2022

Mid Week Road Trip

One of the advantages of being self employed is the ability to have a flexible work schedule.   Several weeks ago I blocked out 2 days in the middle of this past week to take a short road trip.  I didn’t go far.  I drove down to Kanab, Utah, about 2 hours.  It is located in a gorgeous part of the state, in the very southern central part. 

There is a company in Kanab called Dreamland Safari Tours.  They do hiking trips all over the Kanab area.  I had been on their mailing list ever since I moved here, and was just waiting for an opportunity to take one of their excursions before the summer heat set in.  I chose a half day trip to the White Wave and the Peek-a-boo slot canyon.    

On the way down to Kanab the day before the excursion, I stopped at one of my very favorite places, the Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park.  I had been there several times before, and written about it in this blog.  Each time it is different because of the time of day, season, and weather.  Last week it was very windy, although that is what creates the dunes!   There is something magical about the isolated parts of the park, and the shifting sands that covered up my footprints very quickly.  I was reminded of the Navajo saying about "Walking the Beauty Way", and "leaving no trace".  What a wonderful way to go through life!  

I spent about 2 hours there trudging along through the loose sand.  Upon arriving at my hotel, there was quite a bit of sand to be poured out of my hiking boots!  Below are some photos.

Bright and early the next morning, I drove over to the Dreamland office to start the tour.  Both of the highlights of the trip were located north of Kanab.  Our first stop was the Peek- a- boo slot canyon.  We drove first on a paved highway and then on an unpaved road for about 6 miles.  We were driving through very deep sand, and it seemed to take forever!  Luckily, our group of 6 adults and a 7 month old infant was in a very heavy 8 passenger vehicle with an excellent tour guide who knew just what to do.  Most people use dune buggy type vehicles that they own, rent or are a part of another tour. 

A slot canyon is defined as a deep crack in the sandstone where you can touch both side walls at the same time with arms outstretched.  I have walked through the Antelope Canyon slots 5 times, and was very interested in seeing how this one compared.  Of course, one has to pay a fee for those, whereas this one is on Bureau of Land Management land, so free for all to enjoy.  I was not disappointed in the least! Here are a few of the MANY photos that I took there.  

After another 6 miles or so of driving through the deep sand, we came to the White Wave formation.  This is also sand stone, but it is white as opposed to the pinks of the slot canyon.  Here, it has eroded in a wave formation.  We hiked to the top, and then back down for more deep sand driving and then on to the highway and back to town. 

I am so lucky to be living in an area that is a geologist's paradise!  So much to see and do.  I hope you enjoyed the photos.  

PS--After I posted this I was reminded by my good friend Diane that the full moon in April, on the 15th, is the Pink Full Moon! 

April 9, 2022

Finally a Break

Lately, work, remote viewing, and extra activities have kept me pretty busy.   I did set aside a day to drive down south of here for a nice long hike.   I hiked the Chinle Trail, which is actually part of Zion National Park.  This is not a summertime hike because of the lack of shade.  In spite of it being spring, it was pretty warm for this time of year, getting up to about 80 degrees by the time I was finished.  This is also the best time to photograph the spring wildflowers. 

Zion National Park is quite large, and there are ways of getting into the park for hiking along the perimeters without going through the visitor center on the main road.  This is what I did yesterday.  I drove south and then east for about an hour to Rockville, which is before Springdale, the gateway town to the park.  I then drove north through a pretty fancy subdivision to get to the trailhead.  Not too many people know about this trail, and I only met one man and his dog while hiking. 

The hike was 6.5 miles round trip which took me 3.5 hours on a sandy and fairly flat trail.  Many consider this a boring trail, but it does go through the very western edge of the park with nice views of some of the park’s mountains to the east. 

The main impressive mountain is Mt. Kinesava to the east of the trail.  Kinesava is the Paiute Indian “Deity of Trickery”.  Below are some of the many views of this picturesque mountain.

Here are some of the wildflowers that were in bloom along the trail.

At about the 3 mile mark, the trail skirts along the edge of a deep canyon.

The end point for me was a petrified forest.  The ground was strewn with chunks of petrified wood. 

There was even a petrified log embedded in the trail above the deep canyon!
More nice views looking to the south as I returned to the trailhead.

Below is the very top of the West Temple to the east, which is the flat mountain on the left.  It is the highest point in the park at 8,000 feet, and was named by the famous explorer John Wesley Powell.
All in all it was a lovely day and a needed break!