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Are we willing to awaken?

Are we willing to awaken, dear Ones? Or are we resisting our awakening in some subtle, possibly unconscious, ways? I found the excerpt from Christine Clemmer’s newsletter a beautiful continuation, or segway, to what we discussed last week, Perhaps she … Continue reading

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Three part Darshan series by Djwhal Khul and the Vajra Flame Foundation

Dear Ones, I greet you with the unlimited divine energy present in all of us. In relation to the theme of this blog, Nurturing the Gift of Seeking, I would like to invite you to attend a three-part series offered … Continue reading

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Total self-honesty is an essential aspect of the awakening process by John Smallman

Humanity’s return to full consciousness, its awakening from the illusion, is proceeding apace. A massive awareness is growing that life on Earth followed by death are not your final destiny, that in fact what you are experiencing on Earth is … Continue reading

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Remember — Joy Harjo

Remember Remember the sky that you were born under, know each of the star’s stories. Remember the moon, know who she is. I met her in a bar once in Iowa City. Remember the sun’s birth at dawn, that is … Continue reading

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Awakening by Eric Cockrell

  Storms, time, seasons, from planting to nurture to ripeness, and then harvest. till once again the fields lie quiet in the arms of death. yet knowing that too is a call to birth! and so the layers that would … Continue reading

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Your Awakening is Imminent!

Hello Folks, I usually don’t post long messages from other authors as posts on the main page of Nurturing the Gift of Seeking, but this one struck a chord as I watch the snow falling upon the land. It is … Continue reading

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