Monthly Archives: December 2015

Happy New Year! — from the Unified Field of Love.

Back in 2003, about three months after my husband Jeff Joel died, I awakened in the middle of the night to a sensation of being immersed in an intensely sweet, swelling, all-encompassing field of Love. This sensation felt so tender, … Continue reading

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The people, the “guards of the system,” and the revolution. When?

About a week ago, I noticed this post, and was decidedly intrigued. Police Whisper into Protestors’ Ear: “Keep on Protesting” And now today I see this: Paradigm Shift: An Unusual Number of Cops Quitting to Join the Push for Legal … Continue reading

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Uranus! Oops! And a movie, walks, plus not so light-hearted reading matter

If you recall my warning to “watch your tongue” and “watch your step” — due to the stationary to direct motion of the accident-prone Uranus on Christmas day and the days surrounding Christmas . . . Well, I didn’t do … Continue reading

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PHOTO ESSAY: four full days before Christmas . . .

On the Solstice, December 21, I travelled with son Sean to Kripalu for 48 hours of yoga, massage, wonderful organic meals, treks in the rain up wooded hills and down to the Kripalu beach, and lots of great discussions, both … Continue reading

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Christmas Full Moon plus Uranus turns to go direct!

I woke up at my son’s house in Acton Massachusetts at 6:20 A.M. this morning, eleven minutes past the time for the exact Full Moon, the first Christmas Full Moon since 1977, and the only one until 2034. So it’s … Continue reading

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Be Here Now, but “track the data”!

I’m in a mood of deliberately ignoring all the ghastly stuff in favor of just “being here” with my son Sean and grandkids. However, two pieces hit hard today, particularly in view of the difference between them. Dalai Lama: On … Continue reading

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Best birthday present ever!

I went out to dinner with my son Sean and grandkids Kiera and Drew tonight. ‘Twas my 73rd birthday, during which I insisted that all screens remain dark and that they all sing to me, quietly, Happy Birthday! So they … Continue reading

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Note: Not much going on with this blog for next ten days

Writing here from my temporary perch in Acton, Massachusetts, in a second visit in only a month with my son Sean and grandkids Kiera and Drew. (Decided that, since I was sick during Thanksgiving when they visited me and Sean’s … Continue reading

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Are YOU an ET of the species “Raptor”?

At lunch this week, my son Colin Cudmore recommended that I listen to Kerry Cassidy’s summations of her interviews with imprisoned Mark Richards on Project Camelot. I came home and watched the latest one, and it was indeed interesting. Even … Continue reading

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How to Mitigate Drought in California

I haven’t watched this yet, but one of my permaculture mentors, Keith Johnson, sent it via facebook, and I trust his judgment as to how much my precious time is worth! I have to leave at 3 A.M. tomorrow for … Continue reading

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