Things I Haven’t Shared Before Now

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This is Grizzie and Yermo. They don’t like to share. Yermo likes to eat Grizzie’s food, and Grizzie likes to hiss at her.

I’m afraid they know more about me than you do, because I see them every day.

We were all monks together. Yermo stole food, and Grizzie was mean. I scraped by and managed to catch a human rebirth. I promised them I’d take care of them, and here we all are.

Corrinn is not in the photo, but we worked together too. Now we’re working together again. That’s very cool.

Karma, merit and life are funny like that.

I haven’t posted in a while, because I’ve been busy editing and gathering material for an upcoming book, All About Enlightenment. It may come out in 2015, but The Crew tells me that 2016 will be more auspicious. I’m not sure I can finish editing in 2015, so that may be a moot point.

In the past year, I’ve done regression sessions and taken channeling courses with Lyssa Royal Holt. I’ve also written a lot; I just haven’t had much time to share it all. For the past couple weeks, I’ve been on this site gathering posts that I’ve made, and I confess that I feel quite sad to buzz through the pages of posts and see three things:

  1. I very seldom take the time to share with my internet-ual friends anymore, and
  2. I don’t have as much free time as I did in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
  3. A lot of folks that I consider friends seem to have moved on – or at least they don’t post anymore either.

I still don’t have much time, so although bullet lists are quite cliché, I’m going to put one right here on this page in case you’d like a snapshot of what’s been going on with me.

Things I’ve learned:

  1. I’m far more psychic than I realized. That’s both humbling and intriguing.
  2. As I suspected, when people know I ‘know’, they behave more conscientiously. There is hope for mankind, once we think about what it will be like when everyone knows our secrets.
  3. During regression sessions, I learned not that I was being abducted, but that I go home every night. I kind of knew that, but I didn’t realize that ‘home’ is a space ship. But a ship is a world. And worlds are figments of the imagination…
  4. My patience with this world’s ignorance shortens. I’ve become more abrupt and direct, and more friends notice that my energy is at times, just too intense for human consumption. Sorry, I’m working on that.
  5. On the other hand, the folks who are getting on board are doing it at an impressively rapid pace.
  6. Things are less dense – but you knew that already.
  7. Ascension & Enlightenment are states of mind. You already knew that too.
  8. Astrological phenomena profoundly affect the physical world, but we don’t need to grasp at it. It takes care of itself. See item #9.
  9. All things happen with perfect timing.
  10. And time is a complete fabrication.
  11. My roots are mostly Sirian & Andromedan. I prefer Andromedan energy; that’s my Dream World. But I don’t like labels because they are so 3D.
  12. This is my 2035th incarnation here on this planet. Few have occurred during this eon. I much prefer the 9th Dimension. But it’s okay.
  13. My to-do list feels overwhelming most of the time.
  14. Most people cannot see their true nature which is the Union of Bliss and Emptiness, and I feel very sad about that. If everyone could get a glimpse, that freaking “Event” thing would happen.
  15. Neil Gaiman is a Buddha. Tag, you’re it!
  16. I have to admit that Buddhas are ET’s, and that throws a huge wrench in my Buddhist Refuge Vows.
  17. The real work right now is in the trenches: the Hopi need to come down from the Mesa, which they are doing, and the Tibetans have to relinquish their fondness for preserving ritual. We are not special anymore. The world is ready. The Karmapa has a ton of work to do.
  18. We need to feed stray animals: they have been our mothers.
  19. We need to stop killing.
  20. We need to get over our sense of nationality and ethnicity. It’s all a charade.
  21. We need to be more generous, but with wisdom and discretion.
  22. We need to call out the BS and turn and walk away.
  23. Money is more of a fabrication than Time.
  24. We might as well stop hiding, because there is nothing to protect and more people are watching us with loving eyes than we can imagine.
  25. My body is human, but most of my mind is not. It’s a blend of at least 6 consciousnesses at any given moment. It gets crowded sometimes.
  26. No, I’m not crazy or schizophrenic.
  27. 24 items was enough, but I never know when to stop.
  28. I’m beginning to think that everything I perceive is a screen memory. But that’s okay too. It functions pretty well as coping technique.
  29. Despite the appearance of this list, it’s not all about me. I’m not the only one like this, and I’m not special. Show yourselves.

I hope you catch the humor in this list, and I hope Mr. Gaiman doesn’t mind, because I really admire him. I’ve also learned I’m pretty smack dab in the middle of the Spectrum and haven’t a clue about how most people think, but I’m not concerned about that so much anymore. Autism has become kinda cool. It’s the wave of the future, but no less a pain in the butt. I’m finding my people, and they are not of this planet.

Oh, and Disclosure would be futile. We’re all already here.

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5 comments on “Things I Haven’t Shared Before Now

  1. As usual, both laughing and crying at the same time. This is why time is useful to keep the two straight. 😀

    I am so there!

    So much more I WANT to say, but there is too much that wants to be said with such limited forms of expression. My silence in this case is the opposite of saying nothing.

    Why do you put up with those dusty old buddhists anyways??? You know, some of them might actually need a good dusting….

    I’m not sure what gaiman is a buddha of, but he does have that knowing look doesn’t he?

    😀

  2. Teaching the Ultimate

    In early times in Japan, bamboo-and-paper lanterns were used with candles inside. A blind man, visiting a friend one night, was offered a lantern to carry home with him.

    “I do not need a lantern,” he said. “Darkness or light is all the same to me.”

    “I know you do not need a lantern to find your way,” his friend replied, “but if you don’t have one, someone else may run into you. So you must take it.”

    The blind man started off with the lantern and before he had walked very far someone ran squarely into him. “Look out where you are going!” he exclaimed to the stranger. “Can’t you see this lantern?”

    “Your candle has burned out, brother,” replied the stranger.

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