One year ago today . . .

The Writer

Writer as Evolving Spirit
Clovis, New Mexico

. . . I wrote the following and posted it here on the ‘About’ page to set the context for whoever my come to visit.

March 27 2011

To My Father’s House is a channeled writing that was scribed on my bedside pad around 3am in September 1998. My own spiritual quest had taken on what I would call a conscious intentionality in October of 1990 when, through the seeming mist, pilgrims appeared to me opening doors and windows to a world of glory and wonderment.

I discovered, not so much to my surprise, that I had been under the protection and guidance of powerful forces both present and unseen through all my days. This awareness did not and has not made the road any the less problematic, but the blessings, grace and wonderment have made the journey full of flavor, joy and most importantly given each day a sense of awe that is truly beyond description.

To My Father’s House

Most of the 384 posts have been a recording of my daily devotional readings which evolved over the last 22 years accompanied by images captured from Google images that reflected in that moment what the ancients with some of the greatest spiritual insights. Tao Te Ching, scripture from the Bible captured by Daily Word, A Course in Miracles and The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle all point in the same direction, to me, which is best described as the Sanskrit word ‘Sahasrara’ referring the Divine revelation of unity.

Your comments are always welcome and appreciated,

David Mills

About David Mills

David is the Founder, Catalyst, and Co-creator of Workplace Hidden Opportunities. Workplace Hidden Opportunities is an information management Specialized Knowledge Platform™ (SKP™) focused exclusively on the workplace and corporate real estate. Together with the W100 a book by the same title is in progress.
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