. . . Is A Tower Of Strength And Light
Walk In The World As A Child Of The Light
You are spirit, you are immortal, you are a radiant being, a child of God! Live in your spirit and allow nothing to bind or limit you.
The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle
Heaven and Earth
This is the same interval of non-time that occurs many times each second as the atoms of the physical world vibrate back and forth. This is an opening into the nagual, a doorway into the Presence from which all Life-energy springs. What happens when a universe stops expanding and begins contracting? What happens when an entire cosmos reaches the exact point of directional change and comes to a moment of absolute rest? You will have the opportunity to see for yourself very soon, for this event lies just before you in linear time. It will provide an opening for the emergence of something incomprehensible. Before we touch upon the nature of this occurrence and its implications for human beings, let us consider, however briefly, something of your nature as you existed prior to the Fall. The entire biological history of this planet has been but the shadow cast in matter by your approach. It is the way that rocks and water and air have begun to respond to your presence, for you are Life itself. You are that which lies beyond all duality, beyond all materializing tendencies, beyond all restraints of time and space. Your consciousness is both infinite and eternal. It can dwell in the limitations of matter and perceive through whatever filtering systems you so choose, but in healthy function, it is not bound or limited by those systems. Rather it uses them as instruments of perception, exploration, and adventure.
From Chapter 3 Read more . . . The Starseed Transmissions, Ken Carey
Field of Play
Chariots of Fire (1981)
From Rolling Stones list of their top thirty sports movies.
It’s remembered today primarily for its pulsing Vangelis synthesizer score and that shot of Olympians running along a beach in slow-motion — but director Hugh Hudson’s Oscar-winning sports drama is anything but an easy callback punchline. Recounting the true story of two early 1920s British track and field athletes (one a devout Christian, the other Jewish), the film doesn’t hinge on any single winner-take-all race despite its lead-up to the 1924 Olympics; rather, it focuses on both the men themselves and the temper of the times in addition to the competitive triumphs and tragedies. The result is both uplifting and an elegiac look at Europe in between world wars, as well as a tribute to the stiff-upper-lip fortitude of England’s fleet of foot.
The American Presidency
Last night Former President Bill Clinton offered up a spirited endorsement of his wife at the Democratic National Convention, calling her “the best darn change maker I ever met in my entire life” and saying that she was never satisfied with the status quo.
I didn’t have any expectations for this speech and was still surprised.