Quan Yin: Your Divinity

We Signed Up For This

Sitting in the Sacred I AM Presence connecting with my Higher Self with Heru and my Spirit Guide Team I connect with the vibration of Guan Yin

Namo Guan-Shi-Yin Pusa,

The only wish of the Divine Mother is that all her children are spiritually free.

I Guan Yin, come forth at this hour to call upon you all to connect with your own Divinity to fall in love with your own Divinity. As you connect with your Divinity you shall see your enlightenment unfold.

I activate you all at this hour with the Divine Ocean of Peace, of realization, of Love and of Unity, within and with each other.

An Ocean that wipes away fear, separation and scarcity and that will bath you in abundance and bliss.

Beloved children it is time for you to carry the torch of enlightenment. Let this torch shine everyday within your lives.

Allow your…

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Running at 3:30 AM…

Running at 3:30 AM…

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Today’s Guidance, April 18, 2018

Debrah Rose Guidance

Today’s Guidance comes from Flower Therapy Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue and Robert Reeves. Interpretation by Debrah Rose www.debrahrose.com

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Wise Soul / Azalea

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Do you hear it? Your soul is calling you, it has information to share, it has support to offer you. You need not be afraid, you are ready. You have accumulated much wisdom over your life times, it is time to access that information and share it with others to help them along their path.

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You will hear your soul speak in the silence of meditation, in the quiet of the moment between breaths. To connect with your soul is as easy as inviting your soul in. Your soul will always speak to you in the language of love, and it’s message will be for the highest good.

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The illusion is that you are separated from your soul, from your angels, from the…

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Japanese Soldier’s Remembrance of Iwo Jima – conclusion

Pacific Paratrooper

“Iwo Jima” by: Mark Maritato

Takahashi Toshiharu’s story continues….

I ran towards the sea.  The day got brighter.  When I jumped down, the enemy shot.  I felt as if I burnt a burned hot chopstick in my chest and I could not breathe.  There are plenty of US soldiers, but I was alive.  Blood flows a lot. Both shirts and pants were stained with blood.  I tried to stop blood even a little, but it didn’t work.

The enemy brought a flamethrower to the mouth of the hole.  The fire did not reach me. It was where I had been before.  The bullet was through, but it hurts because my body swells when I breathe.  It is a suffering to die.

I will die soon.  There is no doctor or medicine.  There is no food or water, death is near.  There was nothing I could do.  My eyes dazzle, I’m bleeding a lot…

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Japanese Soldier’s Remembrance – Iwo Jima – part two

Pacific Paratrooper

Mt. Suribachi

As Takahashi Toshiharu watches the US tanks he continues his story:

No matter how long you wait, the tank will not come up to 10 meters. He is afraid of the march of my army. At another 90 meters I’m staring at it.  I was telling myself that if I made it as close as 90 meters, I could reach it.

While waiting for another 90 meters to advance, one Japanese soldier crawled and approached the first tank.  I approached the tank I decided to attack.  The shell flew and the tank blew and began to burn.  Sgt. Yatter and I shouted.

M4 Sherman on the edge of Motoyama airfield, Iwo Jima, 2/1945

I had woken the enemy.  The enemy was burned out with a flamethrower. The flame is dark with black smoke. I could not see even an inch ahead.  Because the first tank was done, the enemy must have been angry. The second tank…

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Japanese Soldier’s Remembrance of Iwo Jima – part one

Pacific Paratrooper

In this painting by an unknown Japanese artist, Japanese soldiers, taking cover behind a wrecked U.S. plane, fire on Marines approaching from the beachhead.

This article from HERE was contributed by Nasuko.

My grandfather passed away in 1986. Since then, nearly 20 years have passed, but my grandfather left a note of “Battle experience record”. My grandfather was born in Meiji 45 (the first year of Taishō), was summoned four times from the beginning of the Sino-Japanese War, and was serving to “Iwo Jima”, one of the greatest fierce battles during the Pacific War. It seems that after the war, I remembered it based on the memories of that time and the records written in my notebook.

In Iwo Jima, about 21 thousand Japanese soldiers fought and crushed and survived by only about 1,000 people. My grandfather belonged to the hybrid First Brigade Engineer Corps and only 13 out of 278 people had survived.

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CONSCIOUS INK

Have you ever thought about getting a tattoo, but never really (1) wanted the pain involved and (2) we not sure about having something permanent on your body.  Well, in order to see if I would really even like it I decided to try this… consciousink.com

Here is a little about Conscious Ink:

“TEMPORARY ON THE SKIN. INDELIBLE ON THE SOUL.

Can a temporary tattoo leave a lasting impression on our disposition? Solidify our intentions and affirmations? Make a permanent mark on the world? Crazy as it may seem to some, Conscious Ink founder Frank Gjata, offers an enthusiastic yes! Conscious Ink is on a mission is to spread love and raise consciousness around the world, one body at a time!

Of course, these are no ordinary tats. And we’re no ordinary temporary tattoo company. In fact, we’re not a temporary tattoo company at all. We’re a consciousness company that utilizes temporary tattoos, hats, and everything we can get our hands on, to support people on their path!

Conscious Ink Manifestation Temporary Tattoos consist of a dream list of positive words, inspiring quotes, healing affirmations and empowering invitations. Even at the most basic level, these messages can have a profound effect on us by simply reminding us of our intentions as we go about our day. Not to mention how they may impact those fortunate enough to get a glimpse of your provocative ink and its message. Perhaps, gifting them with the exact sign they need in that exact moment! Pretty cool.

Of course, the influence of these positive messages can extend much deeper. Read about the latest research on the mind/body connection here. (See videos on Dr. Emoto’s research on how even water molecules are impacted by our thoughts, words, and feelings.)

Now let’s consider aesthetics for a minute. Plain and simple, these are beautiful tattoos that look like the real thing. We don’t think there’s anything superficial about beauty. Each Conscious Ink Manifestation Tattoo has been thoughtfully designed specifically to convey the essence of the word, quote or affirmation.

Aside from never having to worry about getting your Conscious Ink tattoo painfully removed, another benefit of the temporary aspect is that you can change them out as often as your mood, or as you shift from one intention to another. Nor will you get immune from the power of the messages like you might if they were permanent. Our tattoos are safe, non-toxic, and exceed safety standards for the US/FDA, Canada and the EU. Made in the USA. They contain no animal products. No testing on animals.

So join us! Let’s raise our consciousness, so we can uplift the world!”

As for me, I purchased a few different ones, but am trying out the below to see how it looks …

 

ANGELIC INK

I have it on my wrist and so far I like it.  8)  It reminds me of ALL my Angels that surround me and look after me.  It reminds me to keep the Faith, stay Positive, and always “look up” because you never know what you’ll see.

Check out the site or their blog at https://consciousink.com/blogs/conscious-inklings

Happy Inking Angels!

Always with Light and Love!

Pentatonix …. “🎼🎼 Ed Sheeran’s Perfect Cover …. 🎼🎼 …. “!!

It Is What It Is

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~~April 13, 2018~~ 

PERFECT

~Pentatonix Creates ‘Perfect’ Harmonies in Latest Video~

THEY NEVER CEASE TO AMAZE ME!!

Another cover from one of my favorite music groups.

Their talent is amazing.

Another hit for sure!!

Just downloaded their new album to in music library.

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Pentatonix, the a cappella quartet, released their latest album of covers, PTX Presents: Top Pop Vol. 1 on Friday (April 13). The group has followed the premiere of the album with a new video – this time for their take on Ed Sheeran’s”Perfect”.

For “Perfect“, the well-dressed singers harmonize in various rooms of a muted old-school building as baritone Scott Hoying takes lead. At the video’s peak, cellist Kevin Olusola’s solo leads to a ballerina pirouetting, right before the group joins in on the swoon of a chorus.

#ACapella #Pentatonix #FiveMemberACapellaGroup #ScottHoying #KirstinMaldonado #KevinOlusola #MitchGrassi #MattSallee #Awesome #DebutsNewVideo #Cover #OfficialMusicVideo #Cover #RecentSmash #PTXPresents #TopPopVol1 #Perfect #EdSheeeran

#WeAllAreOne…

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Gardeners Can Improve Plight of the Honey Bees

Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

Our local, and national newspapers and agricultural news journals have reported in recent years the plight of our beloved honeybees and their demise as a result of colony collapse disorder. Although the honeybee is not native to the North American continent and was originally brought over by European settlers, they have been successfully raised here for several hundred years and have become one of the main components of pollination systems responsible for approximately one-third of all pollination of edible crops. In other words, our food supply has become dependent on the health and activity of the lowly bee. So how might this affect us personally and as gardeners, what can we do about it? I am frequently reminded of the plight of the bee when perusing the multitude of seed and plant catalogs I receive or view online. And as most of us are currently in the process of selecting…

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Honey Bees; Heros of Our Planet

Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

Have you ever had the opportunity to observe the busy work of a tiny honey bee as it meanders from flower to flower on a clear, sunny day? There’s something truly captivating about honey bees that draw us deeper into their world. We see honey bees frequently in books, movies, and television, where they are often associated with making hives filled with delicious, golden honey. You might recall reading about a hungry bear character in search of the honey bee’s golden treasures in various children’s stories. Honey bees are known for their production of honey and beeswax, as well as the large role they play in the pollination of plants and flowers. Honey bees can also be considered super-organisms due to their complex social systems and dynamic, tight-knit interactions with one another and their environments.

Bee Species

There are actually seven recognized species of honey bee within the genus Apis…

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LEAVING HOME

When you have to leave for work and look up only to find two (2) of your babies staring down at you with that look… “please don’t go mommy – don’t leave us at home.”

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Broke my heart to leave because all I wanted to do was turn around and go back in to snuggle!

Happy Friday Angels!

The Importance of Crystals on the Earth by Master El Morya – Natalie Glasson

ENLIGHTENMENT

en·light·en·ment  (inˈlītnmənt,enˈlītnmənt) : the action of enlightening or the state of being enlightened.

Have you ever wondered what else there is to learn about Enlightenment and/or where it even came from or started?  Thank you to the History Channel for opening our eyes and inspiring all of us even more so than we could have ever imagined … https://www.history.com/topics/enlightenment

European politics, philosophy, science and communications were radically reoriented during the course of the “long 18th century” (1685-1815) as part of a movement referred to by its participants as the Age of Reason, or simply the Enlightenment. Enlightenment thinkers in Britain, in France and throughout Europe questioned traditional authority and embraced the notion that humanity could be improved through rational change. The Enlightenment produced numerous books, essays, inventions, scientific discoveries, laws, wars and revolutions. The American and French Revolutions were directly inspired by Enlightenment ideals and respectively marked the peak of its influence and the beginning of its decline. The Enlightenment ultimately gave way to 19th-century Romanticism.

The Enlightenment’s important 17th-century precursors included the Englishmen Francis Bacon and Thomas Hobbes, the Frenchman Renee Descartes and the key natural philosophers of the Scientific Revolution, including Galileo, Kepler and Leibniz. Its roots are usually traced to 1680s England, where in the span of three years Isaac Newton published his “Principia Mathematica” (1686) and John Locke his “Essay Concerning Human Understanding” (1689)—two works that provided the scientific, mathematical and philosophical toolkit for the Enlightenment’s major advances.

Locke argued that human nature was mutable and that knowledge was gained through accumulated experience rather than by accessing some sort of outside truth. Newton’s calculus and optical theories provided the powerful Enlightenment metaphors for precisely measured change and illumination.

There was no single, unified Enlightenment. Instead, it is possible to speak of the French Enlightenment, the Scottish Enlightenment and the English, German, Swiss or American Enlightenment. Individual Enlightenment thinkers often had very different approaches. Locke differed from Hume, Rousseau from Voltaire, Thomas Jefferson from Frederick the Great. Their differences and disagreements, though, emerged out of the common Enlightenment themes of rational questioning and belief in progress through dialogue.

Centered on the dialogues and publications of the French “philosophes” (Voltaire, Rousseau, Montesquieu, Buffon and Diderot), the High Enlightenment might best be summed up by one historian’s summary of Voltaire’s “Philosophical Dictionary”: “a chaos of clear ideas.” Foremost among these was the notion that everything in the universe could be rationally demystified and cataloged. The signature publication of the period was Diderot’s “Encyclopédie” (1751-77), which brought together leading authors to produce an ambitious compilation of human knowledge.

It was an age of enlightened despots like Frederick the Great, who unified, rationalized and modernized Prussia in between brutal multi-year wars with Austria, and of enlightened would-be revolutionaries like Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson, whose “Declaration of Independence” (1776) framed the American Revolution in terms taken from of Locke’s essays.

It was also a time of religious (and anti-religious) innovation, as Christians sought to reposition their faith along rational lines and deists and materialists argued that the universe seemed to determine its own course without God’s intervention. Secret societies—the Freemasons, the Bavarian Illuminati, the Rosicrucians—flourished, offering European men (and a few women) new modes of fellowship, esoteric ritual and mutual assistance. Coffeehouses, newspapers and literary salons emerged as new venues for ideas to circulate.

The French Revolution of 1789 was the culmination of the High Enlightenment vision of throwing out the old authorities to remake society along rational lines, but it devolved into bloody terror that showed the limits of its own ideas and led, a decade later, to the rise of Napoleon. Still, its goal of egalitarianism attracted the admiration of the early feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and inspired both the Haitian war of independence and the radical racial inclusivism of Paraguay’s first post-independence government.

Enlightened rationality gave way to the wildness of Romanticism, but 19th-century Liberalism and Classicism—not to mention 20th-century Modernism—all owe a heavy debt to the thinkers of the Enlightenment.

My Angels ~

Let yourselves be free both mentally and physically in order to become your true self.  Let go of things which do not inspire and push you in the direction of becoming your higher self.  Listen to your inner voice and guidance, keep an eye out for signs from your Angels that will help to direct your attention back to your inner self, and always look to be inspired and inspire.

Always with Light and Love Angels!

Open up and allow a new canvas to be revealed – Christine Day