The Difficult Journey of a Profoundly Gifted Healer

Perhaps you’ve heard of an absolutely amazing German healer by the name of Bruno Groening (or Gröning). He healed people (and animals) by the thousands since he was a boy, just by being in their presence and “radiating a divine wave” to them. He never accepted payment – not even free-will donations. He was a humble servant of God who lived from 1906 to 1959.

Image result for bruno groeningHis “sending center” was his throat, which blew up like a puffer fish when he worked or spoke about his work. I’ve never seen anything remotely like this elsewhere and I’m quite sure you haven’t either! Just mind-boggling to witness!

Bruno’s life was filled with victories – healing many thousands of the previously hopeless – many who suffered incurable illness and also a heartbreaking glut of disabling injuries (physical & mental) inflicted by two brutal world wars.

So many lives lost; so many more doomed to live in agony.

Overshadowing his entire journey were endless attacks by the “powers” that went after him relentlessly to ruin him right from the start. The crucifixions just never end for Christed beings, do they! Or many benevolent endeavors, for that matter.

Much to reflect on here re: humanity’s endless battle between good vs. evil!  .. and what’s possible.

All is captured in the documentary I’m sharing with you now.

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Psychic Insights Into Truth vs. Distortions

The video I’m posting today seems a valuable learning opportunity for all, as it was clarifying for me.

It’s been embarrassing to see the base behavior that emerges over virtually every “issue” that’s viciously churned up by the compromised-to-the-point-of-fully-corrupted news outlets in the US and maybe even the world at large.

A psychic reads Ford & Kavanaugh’s energetic matrices

Magenta Pixie in an unscripted talk (not her usual presentation style) goes deep in this video of her psychic insights into the recent Ford/Kavanaugh bruhaha that completely dominated the media (mainstream and social). The mean-spiritedness was off the charts as I witnessed people to whom I once felt close dive into this frenzy like a pack of rabid wolves on a gazelle. Continue reading

Season of the Witch

A few days ago I awoke one morning with Donovan’s “Season of the Witch” playing in my head. Of all the old, obscure songs to haunt me so to speak (as this has, since), this one would be among the last I’d ever expect to “come calling.”

Finally I thought, maybe if I write about this, the song will leave me alone! :-}

All I knew from memory was the title lyric, “Must be the season of the witch,” which I heard clearly in my mind. Also something about “picking up every stitch,” but for the most part, this mental implant was about it being the season of the witch.

Here’s something about this song, if interested to look into it a bit; I found the first opinion below the lyrics a fair POV. For me though it’s simply the title that came to me in my sleep somehow; I didn’t know the lyrics.

I imagine many readers can relate quite viscerally to the fate of the witch in America, from past-life residue. Witches – typically natural healers˚ – were loved by those they helped and feared by the dominating patriarchy who greedily grasped all power for themselves, with which to control the community “body” so to speak. Continue reading

Personal Full-Moon Check-In

Flower Moon 2-18: May full moon in the skyThis post actually has nothing to do with the moon that reached its max today. I basically put “full moon” in the title to place this post in time. A tad.

I’ve been wanting to share a few random tidbits. Lately I find myself receiving more personal contact from people with questions about my take on events (or lack thereof), or seeking more info about me personally. This flurry has had me typing a lot more than I have in a while, and I tend to peter out after transmitting a few hundred words in any direction. Maybe sharing a few things on the blog will give interested parties a sense of my journey at this juncture.

Like so many, I seem to be in a shift. This has been going on for years (much of which has been more like stuck gears than shifting ones) but lately I seem to be coming into a new phase. Not sure where it’s going; just sharing the free-form ride of the moment with you here! Continue reading

Being Your True Self in a Society That Worships Fakeness


“All I want is the truth. Just give me some truth.”  John Lennon


Fakeness is a behavior I used to roll my figurative eyes at, but since kundalini roto-rooted me to the core, I’ve come to find it downright nerve-grinding. Just please be reasonably REAL with me; it this too much to ask?

Apparently so, for many. People typically seem frightened to show their true selves; we’ve been mass-programmed via exceptionally not-real media to keep everything superficial to be “acceptable” and get those “likes.”

The myth of post-truth

I’m also aware that my inclination for “real” can make people uncomfortable. My experiences of high strangeness, for instance, are seeking open expression more and more with time, like contents under pressure. Disclosure of such things across the board is integral to humanity’s collective graduation from “grade school,” imho, but I still grapple with how to manage this in my personal universe.

Meanwhile I aspire to be true and gentle and discerning with my various output – still a work in progress, depending on the day and situation. Moreover, let’s consider that the time approaches when our energetic signatures and thought-forms at any given moment will be transparent to ALL. We may as well practice preparing for this, ay?

It’s been a while since I’ve shared something from Lonerwolf, a site worthy of attention for its authenticity of voice & service.  I’m happy to do so now. Love to all ~W.


Fakeness. We all know what it looks like. We all know what it feels like.

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The Primary Aim of Your Life

I almost took a pass on this video (below) but glad I didn’t, because this man’s message spoke to me. (It also got me writing a lot more here than I had anticipated when I sat down!)

As you may know

A good chunk of my professional life revolved around writing, editing, publishing, and producing media & events that inspire. I grew up pretty much inhaling the classics that encouraged us to, basically, “believe and achieve” . . . and as the joke goes, I evolved from a user to a pusher of this genre that has exploded in myriad directions over the years.

As time went on, my inherent mystical nature expanded greatly and eventually my kundalini woke up and roared. I surrendered to this experience as opposed to seeking a way out of it, ie medical “help,” which of course would involve drugs and diagnoses that would never approximate the truth of what I was experiencing. I felt that kundalini had stepped in to take care of some major business on a soul level, and I was not going to sabotage it. Continue reading

Synchronicities: Hello, You’re On the Right Path!

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Synchronicities – aka “winks from the universe” – are always such fun to experience and ponder! The stories I could share about synchros!

You too, I bet :)

I believe that once we settle into the next octave of frequencies, synchronicities will be the way we will be finding our way, making our connections, and (the acid test) learning to live without money as a matter of course. We’ll feel what we feel, and those feelings will magnetize synchronicities (ie signs, connections) that signal we are in fact drawing our wishes, goals, and precious dreams into our reality.

This is happening now, of course; just more subtly than we’ll experience once all the “3D debris” clears.

In other words, synchronicities will grow from flirtations into full-blown engagement with the enigmatic quantum… which I find very uplifting to anticipate!

Thanks to Jeff – who seems on the brink of following his passion to become a Hawaiian islander – for forwarding this article by Gregg Levoy, a writer who beams joy and passion in his words and presence. Gregg is one of those people whose gift to the rest of us is his way of emanating enthusiasm and encouragement. His now-classic book Callings has been devoured by the seeking masses for years, and his talks really do rouse a room.

Gregg’s most recent book is Vital Signs, which could be worth a read (or listen) if you are needing to cultivate enough wonder to engage with some passion and move your life toward, or into, whatever it is you want next. Visit Gregg online via the link at the end of this post – you’ll find a generosity of excerpts from Vital Signs there.

Go forth and live your joy!

Whitehawk


Synchronicities: A Sure Sign You’re on the Right Path

by Gregg Levoy

Synchronicities are meaningful coincidences. Here’s how to understand them.

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I used to be a reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer, back in my 20’s, and for roughly half of my decade-long tenure there I kept hearing a call to quit and become a freelance writer, a decision I largely ignored for years because it was Scary Stuff.

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Aligning with Conscious Intention

Want a life of purpose? Make decisions with intention.

by Lisa Kentgen

In our culture, convenience is the supreme shaper of individual decisions. At least, that’s what law professor Tim Wu argues in the Feb. 18, 2018, edition of the New York Times Sunday Review. In his article, “The Tyranny of Convenience,” Wu writes that “convenience is all destination and no journey.” Wu suggests that resisting convenience takes a special kind of dedication. He also raises an important question: What is the cost of our collective default to convenience, both to ourselves as individuals and to us as a country?

In my work with hundreds of clients, both in psychotherapy and other settings, I’ve seen how a conscious and active relationship to the way we make decisions is essential to experiencing life as purposeful and our selves as authentic. Convenience can be helpful when it is consciously chosen. Too often, though, it is a habitual default. Unconscious defaults negatively impact our capacity to be the primary shapers of our own lives. Continue reading