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TODAY is all there is NOW

For YESTERDAY is a NOW gone by

And TOMORROW is a NOW yet to come

With the space in between

A Time to Breathe in Life

No More, No Less

Ophelia  2005

This past week, here in Mt Shasta, CA we have gone through the gamut of seasons with the common theme of what I call FREEDOM.

Yet what does freedom mean? Living in the moment for there is nothing else.


This is difficult when the world and life around you seems to be falling apart. When health and money take their place ahead of heart, soul and dream/visions, time and demands become the concrete blocks of stagnation. I have been there often. Even now when I fail to pay attention it is not difficult to fall into these depths, wallowing in oblivion until I finally listen to “the still small voice within” of what to do, feel and BE next.

Slow down and experience timelessness. How is this possible! Frankly, I can’t adequately explain it but when I do go into slow mode that is exactly what happens and so many cobwebs clear away.

Yesterday, along with my photographer friend, Nikki, we spent four to five hours in the last afternoon/evening exploring the Klamath Falls Wildlife Refuge. Within several refuge areas on either side of Highway 97 there are literally thousands and thousands of birds (swans, geese, ducks, quail, hawks, eagles, pelicans, gulls and so many more other bird varieties) gathering, feeding, socializing and soaring in amazing formations of chaos. And there is such freedom within their purpose! This whole scene repeated each day as it has been for hundreds of years because of instinctual memory.

I also see instinctual memories in the snow scenes, the sunsets, the bath and even untimely deaths.

What are these memories? They are the memories each has locked away that keep freedom at a distance and as an illusionary possibility.

Talk is cheap and words empty if not backed up by substance. You surely ask what practical steps I can take to move beyond those confines and see, feel and BE free.

Why should you listen and accept anything I have to say? Good question!

Having the Four Principles of Empowerment revealed to me is how I have been asked to Walk the Talk in order to move along my path. As I said earlier, there are times I stumble, loose my footing and direction until receiving the push to pay attention and follow the steps again.

This is where it is important for you to follow your own guidance and intuition as to what will help you most.


Here I am including the First Principle to Empowerment – TO RELEASE. (These exercises are from my workbook.) Take one issue, situation, relationship, etc. at a time. Apply the questions and answers to it and see what is revealed. Write them down. The process will be like peeling an onion. Deeper layers will be revealed and tears may flow as a result!

In the next posting I will follow this up with the Second Principle to Empowerment – TO CLAIM.

Do not be hard on yourself – there are plenty of others you allow the privilege!

Most of all BE HONEST with YOURSELF, because you are the only one who count here.

What you do for you will also move out to help others…..this is EMPOWERING in itself!

Happy Journeying until next time!

TODAY I Empower Myself to Release!

“whatever serves me no longer and is not in my highest good!”

Today, I release the drama of:……………… …………..…………………………

I am Responsible for this drama!……………………… …………..…………………

If yes, why? …………………………………………………………………………..………

If no, whom does the drama belong to?……………. …………..…………………

I am WILLING to release this drama! …………………………..…………………

Without this drama I expect to feel:……………… …………..…………………

I will now be able to:  …………………………………………………..…………………

(A drama is any person, situation, belief or fear residing within your life field. Think of each drama as an act in your life’s play)

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