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Soul Role for Spiritual Awakening

Soul Role

Soul Role. Let your soul bring sparkle to every day of your life.

Soul Role. From a spiritual perspective, what is the role of your soul? What you think matters. Even paying attention in the first place. That matters, and it’s up to you.

This article will give you some ideas about how you can live with lively soul thrill.

Although now? With all respect, your soul expression is probably more sleepy-like.

For example, twice this weekend I facilitated Soul Thrill® Aura Research to help a newish client. Joe and Gladys had each done a few sessions of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES). But this was their first session with this kind of research.

And guess what? Both of these accomplished, psychologically savvy, super-smart people had soul thrill like…

Ayahuasca Alert. How Guillermo Arévalo's Aura Is Almost Unbelievably Ugly

Underneath the lush of an Ayahuasca high, consciousness turns spiritually barren

Underneath the lush promises of an Ayahuasca high, consciousness turns spiritually barren

Thanks to all you Blog-Buddies who have supplied background on Ayahuasca, the fad drug that supposedly gives people a powerful spiritual awakening.

Supposedly, you can get clear awareness of God — or a cooler equivalent — without paying any price whatsoever — beyond the cost of drug tourism. Can we humans really obtain anything of value without paying the price?

If you go to What Does Ayahuasca Do for Spiritual Development? Welcome to a New Kind of Group Contest, you’ll find a series of comments for a quick introduction to the latest seeker’s wonder drug.

Encouraged by you Blog-Buddies, today I’m starting a new series of consumer articles on Ayahuasca: Some written by me, with guest posts a-coming from other members of this informal online community who have, also, developed solid skills of everyday energetic literacy.

Confusion about The Age of Awakening. We Can Overcome.

YES! We can sort through the energetic mess of adapting to The Age of Awakening

YES! We can sort through the energetic mess of adapting to The Age of Awakening

Emerging from confusion, from great big mess — yes all of humanity can do that.

And you don’t have to wait for anyone else to live in a way where you are well adapted to life in The Age of Awakening.

Yesterday’s article went into some detail about the mess and confusion running rampant in this new Age of Awakening.

Now it’s Giggle Time. I’m going to share an example of…

Let's Get Un-Messy. More Clarity about The Age of Awakening

Many are struggling to adapt to the Age of Awakening. I'm here to help.

Many are struggling to adapt to the Age of Awakening. I’m here to help.

Aren’t teenagers great? One reason I love them is how they notice everything people say and do — directly present to human life. There’s no fooling these smart kids!

By contrast, we adults can develop overlays of belief and expectation. We use them to tidy up everyday reality, sorting as we go. Although useful in some ways, those preconceptions can muffle our hearing, dim our sight.

And that’s really clobbering many of us now. In the early years of this Age of Awakening, this adult-type “sophistication” can cause the equivalent of intermittent deafness and blindness, like that picture at the top of today’s post.

Why are so many good people today struggling to face reality? So many of our expectations come from living before the Age of Awakening, preceding today’s messy problems of adjustment.

Vibrational frequencies work differently now.

Not just energy, but vibrational types of energy and how we notice them — that’s what The Age of Awakening is all about.

Lessons from My Garden: Is Spring Supposed to Be This?

little tree

Yes, it’s the first day of spring. Yes, but.

Today I had big plans for planting. Four svelte and shiny little evergreen trees are perched in their pots. Plump bags of fancy soil are my new purchases too; promises written on the packages inspire me; this soil ought to help my new arborvites get off to a great start.

All my gardening plans are in place. Except for the forecast today: cold rain and maybe even snow.

But everything has been scheduled! A nice piece of time set aside, after church, is to be my glorious time for planting. Well, glorious except for that weather forecast, which is so not included in my official plans.

I’m Not Ungrateful, Not Really