A few years ago I was diagnosed with a terminal
illness. Although I took the diagnosis seriously, I believed that my
spiritual practice, strict adherence to the Law of Attraction, and
open-minded belief in alternative healing modalities could undo
whatever damage had been done.
Are we closer to the 5th dimension than we were a year ago? If
so, in what measurable way? Are we, as a collective human species,
still evolving in a true progressive sense? I would like to believe so,
but I am unsure. Can you give us an overview of where we are and where
we are going?
The surface of the earth bears certain scars, witness to events of
major historic perspective. Beautiful canyons, rivers and lakes erase,
or least hide, evidence of massive and unexpected devastation.
Likewise, deserts lie naked and exposed, unclothed and unable to mask
the corruption that changed verdant green resources into dry sand.
History has also left scars behind where wars have changed the course
of events, and monuments now stand in place of men.
My channel has found yet
another way for me to communicate with you
directly, a good reason to celebrate. There are many moments
celebrating, especially when there are fewer
demands or limits on experiences. Like a wounded
animal or a man who limps, humanity favors time worn clichés
such as, 'it could be worse' instead of a lighter 'it is
sufficient' or 'it is an
You'd have to be deaf, dumb and blind these days to miss the
messages that nature is sending us. My question is, given that
everything is in such turmoil, what can we really do about it?
Everything I think about doing seems like 'too little, too late' and
doing nothing seems equally disagreeable. I want to be socially and
morally responsible, but I feel somewhat helpless. Please point me in
the right direction?
I have a specific interest in understanding how elements and
kingdoms relate to one another. I have been studying the differences in
how we relate to our indoor environments versus our outdoor
environments. I will be writing a paper to complete my university
degree and I'm sure your answers will prove very helpful.
Dear Gaia, I woke up the other day with these words, "I hope we can wake up in time." Time may be an illusion, but the illusion of time running out is certainly doing something very interesting to human consciousness. Asense of urgency seems apparent in most of us, yet complacency regarding our life and our future still seems to rule of the day.
I have spent a lot of time in Indonesia and the people there are
very dear to me. They are a simple people, but they are filled with
love. For the last several years there have been many natural disasters
there, especially earthquakes. I understand that these events must be
appropriate, so I will not ask about their necessity, but I am