Challenging Day, But So Blessed!

Challenging Day, But So Blessed!


It’s our most challenging times that teach us the most. Apparently this woman came here to learn A LOT, but amidst those challenges are always blessings, like the silver linings of every cloud. And serendipity smiles on us with those cosmic synchronicities i do so love to notice, for they are truly nearly everywhere.

While waiting for my son to have a consultation at the eye doctor, I met an older woman wearing a long lavender gingham cotton dress. I happen to be wearing a long tie-dye cotton summer dress, and I struck up a conversation with her. She apparently lost two hundred pounds over the last several years, went from size 5x to size 10. I told her that was phenomenal and we started talking about the kinds of salad we like. She said we could have been sisters. Then she mentioned that she was a widow and had been engaged to be married and she and her fiance were going to travel all over the world together, but he had passed away two days ago. Bless her heart!

I told her I was so very sorry that had happened, and said, “God bless you, you’ll be in my prayers.”

She was in a wheelchair and her brother said I was a youngster, for he was 70.

They upon returning home, my new FB friend from Nigeria who happens to be a writer (and I will be editing his first book pro bono for the experience as it isn’t super long) shared a video about a young boy who had a past life memory of being a woman who died in a fire in Chicago in the Nineties. He was Anglo and had been African American previously, and his mom is sharing his story to show how ridiculous it is to make any judgments about people based on gender or ethnicity.

Also, my friend is passing around my saying, “Rainbow Blessings” and sharing my poetry on his wall, which is getting shared, so exciting!

And just now I have been invited to Amma’s ashram in India, by one of her adopted sons! And just last week a lovely new friend took me to lunch for salad and smoothies and she had met Amma three times! Amma is a wonderful love filled guru deva whom I adore.

So the challenges, which aren’t to be public, were not as overwhelming after all. Upon returning home, an adorable Pomeranian followed me up the stairs and bounced on into my apartment, lol.

I was able to talk to Alyssa, she has taken college entry exams and is at second semester college level in all her English courses, needs a bit of brush up in math. She adores church and says the church ladies told her they see the Light in her eyes. God is with her, He is with us all!

That’s it in a nutshell, Rainbow Blessings of Love and Light!

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Kaypacha’s Pele Report for June 29

Kaypacha’s Pele Report for June 29


This week’s report comes from right next to Hera’s Temple in Peloponnes, Greece. Things are lightening up, folks! Mars went direct Wednesday afternoon at 23 degrees Scorpio. And by Sunday, the moon will join the Sun, Mercury and Venus in Cancer, the sign of emotions, psychic intuition, and getting in touch with our inner feelings. The New Moon next week will be in Cancer, in direct opposition to Pluto in Capricorn. Pluto takes away, and Capricorn is security, hence the meaning of the mantra.

For everything comes in cycles. We win, we lose – our health, wealth, love, all of it. Cancer reaches out for nurturing then turns within to find that becoming self reliant is key. We each need to save ourselves.

How appropriate for this way too cool dude to be giving the report at such an auspicious site, for Hera was a Mother Goddess of ancient times and kind of took a step down when she married old Zeus, king of Mount Olympus.

Neptune, the South Node of the Moon and Mars all in Scorpio will trine with the four bodies in Cancer.

We are infinite spiritual beings. All is well, time to dive deep, have some fun, splash and play. And get real. That’s the basic meaning, this week’s report is rather short as Tom is on a tour bus and fitting the reporter into a tight schedule. Gotta love him! He’s the best.

The mantra: “When I’m in meditation, at one with all creation, there is no lost or found, but the seasons go round and round.”

https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=R_1b2NHjtQI

Tom’s sign off: Namaste. Aloha. So. Much. Love.

Kamea’s sign off: Rainbow Blessings. Om Shanti. Blessed be.

Movie Quotes #1


Jonathon: “Heaven isn’t a place. It’s perfection.” “I don’t like limits. I want to fly faster, learn more. I can fly 275 mph and that’s not fast enough.” “It always works when you know what you’re doing.” “I really am a perfect idea.” “Can’t they see the glory they will be when we really learn to fly?” “Forgive them and help them understand.”

Chang: “So much of loving is giving. Just think love and see where you turn up.” “Like attracts like. Whatever you think – that is where your body will be.” “The only laws that matter are those that set you free!” “Seek out your heart of light. Let your song be heard!” “What is perfect speed? 1,000 mph limit. 1,000,000 mph limit. Speed of light limit.” “Perfect speed isn’t speed at all. Perfect speed is being there.”

This charming movie based on the book by Richard Bach closely explores the life of Jonathon Livingston Seagull (also the title of the book and the movie). As a young seagull, he is not interested in hanging out at the beach looking for fish like the other seagulls. He loves to fly, and flying becomes the sole activity to fill his life.

After reaching new limits of speed with his flying, he is discovered by his teacher, Chang, who then guides him in the ways of the wise seagulls who can zap from here to there and who have transcended all seagull misery. Enlightened zen masters. He teaches Jonathon to go anyplace, anywhere.

When teaching him how to teleport, he tells him, “Begin by knowing you’ve already arrived.” So Jonathon begins by telling himself, “I’m already there. Not limited by time and space. I am a perfect expression of freedom.”

At first he tries to hard, and fails. For always we must surrender. This is when Chang tells him, “”You don’t need faith to fly. You just have to understand flying.”

This movie is also a parable about the life of Jesus Christ of Nazarene, who followed not the religion of his peers, who walked amongst the blind, the downtrodden, the misunderstood. Performed miracles and spoke always of love and forgiveness.

Misunderstood, feared, and persecuted. Jonathon goes through all of this and more. Son of the Great Gull, he was born to be a teacher, to teach kindness and love to whoever wanted to learn.

The movie is available on Gaia TV, directed by Hal Bartlett.