Intensity & Heaviness – April Energy, Lee Harris

Lee Harris’ April Energy Report video here. Many seem to be feeling a kind of heaviness, or dark night, or grief, or anger and the like coming up lately. I can say I’ve been feeling a bit raw myself.

Lee’s take is that the Love & Light Brigade is giving way (or maturing, maybe?) in response to a need to claim & maintain stronger presence/discernment/personal boundaries in ways that will become more noticeable during this month.

That said, he also anticipates psychic/intuitive/energetic gifts will become more & more prevalent in people’s experience. Continue reading

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Riding the Storm Out

“It’s a shit storm!” yelped a friend. I’m throwing the gauntlet down before MYSELF and am sharing the challenge with you, if you are also experiencing “interesting times,” to suck up the Grace!
ox W


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7 Truths of Ascension

by Michael Hallett

There is an ancient Chinese curse that runs, “May you live in interesting times.” We are certainly living in interesting times—the time of  Ascension—and it often feels like a curse. The physical, mental and emotional symptoms of Ascension can be debilitating for long periods. The anxiety, pressure and sense of always being on edge can feel overwhelming.

At such times I have cursed the Ascension process and wished I were back in the good old world of 3D. There is no way back. There’s only the next day, the next wave of ever-higher energy, the next insoluble problem to be solved. To escape the curse of Ascension, it helps to know some home truths about it:

1. Ascension isn’t pretty

Spiritual growth. Getting our angel wings. Tuning in to the messages of the heart. It all sounds lovely. Ascension has you lying on the floor howling in pain. Driving in your car screaming with rage. Everything collapsing around you; the loss of dear friends; the need to distance oneself from family…

Ascension changes you from a caterpillar into a butterfly. This, too, sounds lovely—except that, in its cocoon, the caterpillar melts into a primal soup with no recognizable DNA. Continue reading