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Thursday, June 24, 2010

My Prayers

Praying is so important to do throughout the day. I am constantly praying. Whether it be for my loved ones or the homeless guy I notice on the street, or for guidance. How you pray and your attitude are the key ingredients for a good prayer.

By definition a prayer is an energy or power that emanates out from us in all directions. Everything we expect, good or bad, conscious or unconscious, we are helping to bring into being.

There are two types of prayers that most of us use in our misunderstanding of God's nature. A prayer that asks God to intervene, assumes that God can intervene, but only if he decides to honor our request. The second, a prayer that assumes that God is ready and willing but has set up the laws of human existence, so that whether the request is fulfilled depends in some part on the certainty of our belief that it will be done.

Our field of prayer act very quickly to bring us exactly what we expect. When we go into these negative expectations, our prayer field collapses, because we lose our connection with the Divine. Pray with clear intent and an outpouring of love. Prayers should be affirmations and not requests. Become detached from all outcomes so to open yourself up to the synchronicity that can guide you to a true direction to go in.

God speaks to us in many ways. I often will be sent a message in a dream, or a series of events (synchronicity) will guide me as to what to do. Be open to all possibilities and truly love!

Resource~Celestine Prophecy

Friday, June 18, 2010

My Thoughts

~Fearless requires presence.
~I'm trying to get to the root of me. The process is painful.
~When in despair, retreat within.
~Heal my heart God, so I can deeply love.
~Your my silent joy. Your well being requires nothing. Your thirst for truth keeps the desert from being barren.
~The more I understand my dreams, the better I can navigate my life.
~When you listen with your heart you hear the truth.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

My Conversations with God on Purpose

Everything you do should have meaning and purpose. It should be directed above. It should rise up in you and spill out joy. It should be effortless and balanced in the middle of pain and happiness. It should not be the ends of a means, or the beginning of some thing. It is the journey of the soul traveled; timeless, complete in me- not of me. Don't make me an idol to be worshipped. Be worthy as I have made you worthy. Prepare to join me above. For now may I dwell in your heart- until once again we come together for all eternity.


Sunday, June 13, 2010

My UFO Sighting

On September 14, 1998 My neighbor and I saw 3 strange lights in the sky. It was summer in Phoenix about 8 PM. I was living in an apartment on the 4th floor. I had a balcony facing the west sky. My neighbor was over and we both were out on the balcony. To my amazement we saw 3 orbs in the sky. They were in a horizontal line formation at first. Then they began moving irregularly, but they conformed to a linear movement. The speed of the orbs movement was quick, like a jolt. Their brightness would vary from really bright to dim. This went on for 15-2o minutes. Then they took off at lightning speed and were gone.

The next night I went out on the balcony at the same time. I couldn't believe it! The orbs were back. I was by myself, so no one could witness what I saw. The UFOs moved in the same fashion.

The Phoenix lights were first witnessed by thousands on March 13, 1997. They were seen again on April 21, 2008. Some say it was a hoax, others say the military was doing an experiment. I know what I witnessed, I can't explain. Needless to say I'm always looking up!

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Astral Drifting

From Journal Entry May 14, 1999

I'm standing in front of a house, ringing the doorbell. A woman answers the door. She is 35-40 years old with short black hair, and not that attractive. Four guys are sitting in the living room watching T.V. The woman asks who I am. I reply, "I'm Madison-this is an astral projection." I said it with attitude. She says she doesn't know whom I am. I respond by saying, "Someone wished me here and I want to know who did." She acted as if she didn't understand. She finally says, "Your out of your body- and if you don't figure this out it will eat at you until you die." I suddenly was jolted back into my body.

In its usual state, your consciousness has three vehicles: The physical body, the astral (emotional) body, and the mental body. In astral projection, part of the astral body remains with the physical body to keep it functioning, and part of the substance of the astral body goes forth. You can go wherever you desire in your astral body. Since it is the astral body it is governed by emotions.

When you find yourself anywhere without any volition (clear intent) whatever, this is called drifting. These people are referred to as "astral drifters." In the beginning that's what I was. I simply wanted to experiment and did so foolishly.

I will blog more about the different levels of the astral plane and etheric plane. There are different degrees depending on vibration. There are techniques I use to execute a projection. I will also explain the astral plane and what happens after death depending on your vibration in relation to the astral and etheric plane.

Resources~ Messages from Heaven by Patricia Kirmond Astral Projection by Denning & Phillips

Friday, June 4, 2010

Poem- Coat of Arms

I'm not all put together,
tied up in a pretty bow-
I have flaws that I tend not to show.
I know my limitations that keep my ego in check-
It keeps me humble knowing I'm not perfect.
My wounds inside of me run deep-
I keep them hidden so no one will see.
I admit I don't know it all,
and in God's presence I will most likely fall.
Humility is my coat of arms,
it keeps me from inflicting any harm.
My vulnerability creates my honesty,
and in all my relations I create intimacy.
My imperfections are what makes me complete,
and in God's eyes there is nothing I lack or need.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Tonglen Meditation

For years I have used this meditation to empty myself of my pain. By ridding yourself of pain, you make room for joy. This meditation always brings me to tears, but afterwards I feel a profound connectedness with the Universe.
Tonglen is the meditative practice of taking in the suffering of others and sending back love and peace. In order to develop true compassion we must be familiar with suffering. It means we explore what causes heartache or pain to others. This act is not the same as inviting pain into your life- it is the act of trying to feel as he or she does. Tonglen invites his/her pain away, transmutes it into love and tenderness, and sends it back in a warm bath of love.
Step 1- Breathe in suffering. The worst thing that ever happened to you. That thing you wish you could take back. Recapitulate it in breaths.
Step 2- Now breathe out joy, soothing golden warmth. See joy, feel joy, hear joy. Now do it for other people's suffering. Start with someone you care for. Visualize them sitting directly in front of you. Inhale his/her agony. Exhale comfort and transformation. Turn it into light and give back compassion and tenderness. Eventually expand out to acquaintances, people you've never met, remote communities and countries in need.
To learn more about the pain body and its role with the ego, I recommend reading, "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle.