• The Châteaux

    The tepid silence that belongs to these old European chateaus is as much a part of them now as it was when they were first built.  The thick walls let nothing in but frail sunlight to skim the ornate furnishings.  There is something velvety about the nostalgia that lingers in the rooms.  The energetic imprints of centuries upon centuries of lives that were lived here are so present, they make the air thicker as you breathe it.  You feel like you are living your life on top of it.  It is as if each era were nothing more than one more layer of wallpaper layered over the last; and below it, a wall that has never changed. 

    Chateau-de-Pray-DeChaumontCC.jpgSince Tuesday, we have been staying at Chateau de Pray, an affable country chateau that was built in the 1500s in Amboise, France that has been converted into a hotel.  It has been a wonderful little hidden gem of a haven; the perfect place to be restored by the beautiful French landscape, whilst relaxing into the plush pleasure of luxury.  Everything about it, from the layout to the rooms to the staff is cordial.  The chef of the gastronomic restaurant at Chateau de Pray is truly gifted.  They accommodated my vegan diet by preparing a special menu.  Being an obsessive foodie and cook myself, I can tell you that there is a certain caliber of quality that is added to food when it is made by a truly gourmet chef.  Given what the chef did with a vegan course, I can only imagine what this chef can do with a non-vegan course.  The food was absolutely exceptional. 

    This European tour I’ve embarked on is particularly grueling.  There will be days when I will give a talk, go to the airport immediately after, fly to another city and present the entire next day.  Doing this on top of jet lag is impossible.  So I decided to acclimate to the time zone and get centered again for three days in the countryside of France.  This also gave Ale a chance to irrigate his soul with his culture of origin.  There is nothing quite like the look on his face when he gets to taste a fresh French baguette again.      

    Chambord.jpgNeither of us had ever been to this area of France.  It is famous for its castles.  There are castles everywhere.  They are littered along the riversides like proud, lavish guardians of the land they lay claim to.  And I have been touring them.  We began on Wednesday with the Chateau de Chambord.  The Chateau de Chambord was dreamed into creation starting in 1519 by king Francois I.  It is an emblem of the French renaissance; an enormous country castle that is nearly held captive by the hunting woods and Sologne marshlands that surround it.  It is the largest castle on the Loire river.  We spent the day winding our way through the cross like design of the main building and the various wings.  Touring the castle felt surreal due to the mental disorientation of jet lag.  Jet lag makes you feel like your insides are made of melting wax that is dripping and pulling your internal structure apart, but in a downward motion.  Your whole system (emotions, body and mind) protests like a toddler that has been taken off of the security of its schedule.  It is wildly disrupted, but too dazed by the interesting, distracting and totally novel things that surround it to shut down and collapse.        

    To be completely honest with you, Chateau de Chambord was exquisite, but it is not on my top list of favorite Castles.  The Chateau de Chambord, like so many country residences belonging to the gentry, is more of an ornament than it is a home.  It was a place for people to merely pass through.  It was more like a short vacation spot for those in favor of the monarchy.  As a result, it feels more like a museum.  The presence of those that resided at Chateau de Chambord is not easily felt between its walls.  It is a bit like a trophy wife of a castle.  It is architecturally impressive but without ghosts and without the heavy essence of a place that was truly lived in and truly loved.

    download (1).jpegWe spent the rest of the night in a city named Tours, the largest city in the region.  In France, a vegan restaurant is like a white buffalo.  Finding one is rare and its ‘coloring’ is not conducive to the environment.  And a vegan is looked at here like a foreign species; a species whose existence is an insult.  But a white buffalo we found!  In Tours, I found a vegan restaurant called Tahina.  The owner is a man full of heart and passion who transformed his life from implementing software for banks to serving conscious food to the world.  His vision is to have these vegan restaurants in every city in France.  And for him, this vision starts with this little restaurant in Tours.  Starting a vegan restaurant in a meat and cheese loving country like France, is a huge financial risk.  Normal restaurants don’t have to face being a niche trade.  They appeal to and market to everyone.  But this was a risk he was willing to take for his passion.  And I have to tell you, selfishly, I am so glad he took that risk.  I hope his vision comes to fruition for so many reasons.  But one of those reasons is that Tahina makes an eggplant caviar (caviar d’aubergine) that is going to haunt me.  The flavor of smoke rides the creaminess around the backside of your tongue in a way that makes it difficult to think or carry on conversation.  It’s going to be one of those dishes that I pine for when I am thousands of miles away from France and thus have no way to quench the craving.

    ob_b3681e2b3f237da8f8239fb29977e032_chenonceau-20-02-jpg.jpegOn Thursday, We woke early to see the Chateau Azay-le-Rideau and the Chateau Villandry with its famous gardens before driving to my favorite castle I've ever been to so far,  Chateau Chenonceau.  Chateau Chenonceau is a castle with a female history so deep it bruises.  It is built right over the top of the Cher river; so much so that its entire architecture is reflected in the waters.  It is a genuinely unforgettable castle and the one I suggest seeing the very most.  It was owned by a succession of women, including one of my personal least favorite and most Machiavellian historical figures of all time (Queen Catherine de Medici in the 1500s).  It was also owned by one of the most hip historical female figures of all time (Louise Dupin in the 1700s).  This castle is everything a person could want in a medieval castle.  It is full to the brim with thought forms.  The people that felt a sense of belonging there, were so identified with it that many of their ghosts never left it.  Louise of Lorraine’s thought form is still attached to one of the gardens.  One of the bedrooms, now called Gabrielle d’Estrees’ bedroom is haunted by a female entity whose thought form is imbued with enough energy that she could very easily create poltergeist effects in the physical dimension.  And in the kitchens downstairs, the servant’s dining room is the most densely haunted of all of the rooms by far.  This room is the most social spot belonging to the chateau.  So many years upon years worth of jollity between employees of the grounds and chateau took place there that the vibration left behind by the people is unlikely to ever diminish.  The Chateau Chenonceau is a castle that was truly lived in.  I am in love with the Gallery, a 60-meter length great hall/ballroom that straddles across the river. 

    Leonardo d.jpgAfter we saw Chateau Chenonceau, we went back to Amboise, where we visited the chateau belonging to Leonardo da Vinci, Chateau du Clos Lucé.  It is the place where he spent the last three years of his life.  Leonardo da Vinci was one of those people who was light years ahead of his time.  He was a vegetarian, which I am astonished by given that it is so hard to be vegetarian in France now, 500 years later.  He pioneered inventions in nearly every field known to man.  Painting was only one of these fields.  He was a mind-blowing inventor.  He is perhaps the most famous human polymath.  His thought form does not linger in the residence, even though he loved the place greatly.  It has been drowned out by all of the projections that tourists who revere him have added to the place by wandering through it and learning about what happened in each room.  People from around the world love him so much that the place is full of the vibration of reverence.  It is a beautiful vibration to behold.  Of all the aspects of the chateau, I am most in love with the view of Chateau d'Amboise from his bedroom.  Ironically, this was his favorite as well.

    Something that interests me intensely is the way that people who lived hundreds of years ago imagined the future.  For example, all of the esteem at the time that these castles were built was about building the biggest and the best possible structure given the money and talent and tools available at the time.  The way of progression was that poor people couldn’t afford their own homes at all and the wealthy owned land and buildings.  Then the poor could afford tiny homes and the wealthy could own castles.  They imagined that as time went on, people would only get more wealthy and more talented and tools would only get better and so they imagined that in the future, poor people would be able to build mansions and wealthy people would build palaces so large, they would cover entire acreages and tower so high, they would reach into the sky.  As we now know, what has happened is the opposite.  Now, penthouse apartments are all the rage.  Today, the progression of human architecture is headed in the direction of tiny houses and eco friendly building.  They imagined that the incredible craftsmanship of the artisans and engineers would improve over time.  Instead, many of the craftsmen and their craftsmanship along with them have disappeared.  Furniture is manufactured at a mass scale.  Now, it makes no sense for even the wealthiest people to have a castle because of the maintenance and utilities as well as the wages one would have to pay for an entire staff, especially given that we do not live communally anymore.  There is no such thing as a ‘court’.  In much of the world, our households only consist of mom, dad and kids.  The closest thing we have to the households of renaissance Europe is intentional community and most of them do not consciously practice a social hierarchy.

    photo-1-1501726640523.jpgThis morning we woke up in darkness.  We packed and drove two hours to Versailles.  Our friends, the Connan family met up with us there at the Palace of Versailles to tour the empire style buildings and grounds before we had to be at the Paris Airport.  The opulence and splendor of the Palace of Versailles is so awe inspiring it cannot be properly described.  The complexity of the patterns, abundance of décor and depth of the colors actually crosses the border beyond which it is no longer pure pleasure, but is also painful to look at for the senses.  It is overwhelming.  Everything for these great kings and ladies was about pushing the envelope of impression and this presses the envelope no matter which century you are living in.  It is impossible to say anything negative about the palace itself.  But the reality is that the crowd that visits the palace each day is so intense, it is like being in a mosh pit of tourists.  The Palace of Versailles is worse than the Louvre in terms of visitors.  And to tell you the truth, it took so much away from the experience for me that it was sad.  I so wanted to see the rooms and stare at the relics and listen to the commentary, but it was impossible.  It was like being a platelet in a blood stream.  Literally, the crowds in every corridor and room were so intense that you couldn’t actually stand still.  It was like trying to stand still in incoming traffic.  There were so many people, the crowd had its own flow and you were simply caught up in it.  Eventually, after rushing through the rooms, unable to think about anything but the people surrounding me and getting swallowed up in the interference of the seemingly infinite amount of information in their energy fields, I got claustrophobic and had to go outside.  The sheer amount of tourists that have come from all walks of life, have diluted the palace of any residual thought forms.  So much of the palace has been restored that energetically it is more of a depiction now.  If seriously dense crowds don’t bother you and you love history or real estate, the Palace of Versailles is something worth crossing the oceans to see.  If crowds do bother you and you are looking for a deep and intimate encounter with the past, beware that this is not likely to be the experience that you will have there.  I am told that with the exception of Christmas, the winter months tend to be your best shot.

    I am sitting in the airport of Paris now.  I have taken this short hiatus into the past, having peered through the perspective of those who lived so many centuries ago.  In doing so, I have taken a hiatus from my own identity in this life.  I have let myself go in order to remember an identity that I used to have, lifetimes ago.  It is a life experience I used to love so well.  Sometimes taking off the shell of identity renews your sense of self; like taking off old clothes, washing them and drying them out in the sun.  Sitting here, back in the year 2017, I am ready to resume.  I have lived those lives, I am ready to resume this one.  I am ready to teach again.           

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    I gotta be honest, I'm resonating less and less with these blogs as time goes on. I think I'm almost finished. The initial spark which drew me in, creative impulse, self-awareness, and intuitive magic are fading away. Instead travel blogs about places I may never visit, a standard of living far beyond where I am currently, and a discussion which again drifts to food and architecture and a life full of luxury. This not a critique, just a sad afterthought that perhaps fame and notoriety really do change a person and their priorities. It can happen to the best of us  </3

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    Absolutely Beautiful! I love these insights. It helps me take a deeper look at my own life. Thank you :)

    Going to share this info with my mother. I'm pretty sure she was part of royal courts in her past life :)

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    Such a pleasure to see the world through your eyes, Teal.  It has been a long time since I have been to Europe, but the sense of humanity reaching far back into history is so captivating.  

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    6 hours ago, Doug Craig said:

    I gotta be honest, I'm resonating less and less with these blogs as time goes on. I think I'm almost finished. The initial spark which drew me in, creative impulse, self-awareness, and intuitive magic are fading away. Instead travel blogs about places I may never visit, a standard of living far beyond where I am currently, and a discussion which again drifts to food and architecture and a life full of luxury. This not a critique, just a sad afterthought that perhaps fame and notoriety really do change a person and their priorities. It can happen to the best of us  </3

    I too am feeling a deep disappointment in the direction that Teal has taken with her blogs. I posted in her last blog a few days ago that it was particular poor taste and timing. The blog appeared shortly after the Las Vegas tragedy. I feel deeply disappointed and quite angry that Teal has chosen to totally ignore the tragedy and not delve into it with great detail as she usually does. I have been following Teals blogs and articles since Sept 2013 and I am at the point of going elsewhere. What got me hooked was Teal's willingness to talk about such tragedies as the Isle Of Vista shooting where Elliott Rogers filmed himself shortly before killing 5 people in a rage. No other spiritual teacher has the guts or courage or insight that Teal has. It is highly unlikely that Teal will ever see your words or mine. In this blog it is as if Teal is deliberately tryng to confound her devoted followers by ignoring the Las Vegas shooting. I learned a long  time ago that it is impossible to make someone do you what you want them to do unless they are willing themselves.

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    "Dreamed into existence".... That is manifestation power! Everything is possible on the planet of free will. And we even have the power to create life. We are Source.

    love & gratitude

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    10 hours ago, Doug Craig said:

    I gotta be honest, I'm resonating less and less with these blogs as time goes on. I think I'm almost finished. The initial spark which drew me in, creative impulse, self-awareness, and intuitive magic are fading away. Instead travel blogs about places I may never visit, a standard of living far beyond where I am currently, and a discussion which again drifts to food and architecture and a life full of luxury. This not a critique, just a sad afterthought that perhaps fame and notoriety really do change a person and their priorities. It can happen to the best of us  </3

    Your motivation seems to be one of lack and it is a critique because it is not Unconditional Love, and such is the nature of Source consciousness. Are you there yet? Can you love the unlovable? The True Masters smile when asked. They stand above material needs of ego because they have creation power and don't have to draw strength from a Rolex. They can manifest one if they want to. We are Quantum.

    So, are you there yet? Only you can answer that question. I simply hope you will take my comments to heart as a chance to advance expectations even further. This message was especially channeled for you and me too, all words we speak are whisperings of the Higher Self...

    I am Sourcechanneler. Enjoy your day.

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    Hey Teal,

    Really glad to know that you enjoy most of the time in France right now.

    To the people in the comments that 'feel disappointed' about her not being 'deep enough.'

    I honestly don't get it. This is HER blog, she can write whatever she wants. If she wants to write about new awareness/ideas she can do that, if she want to share her traveling experience, I don't see a problem here.

    And yes, there is a Las Vegas tragedy, and I just know it yesterday. ( I don't live in the U.S.)  I don't get why are there be people critical about what she wrote about in HER blog. If you want to express your opinion about the tragedy go do it. Don't put it on somebody else just because you think they should write about it. She is currently in France enjoy herself and prepare to teach. I think it is more reasonable for her to share what she is up to then posting something that she may not even have the time to look deep into it.

    I get people who lives in the U.S or is around/in any way related or even in the incident may be eager to hear what her point of view is, but it is really unfair for some of you to judge that she doesn't care or for whatever reason just because she has her own life to live. Remember, she doesn't have to, but most of the time she is willing to.

    Just think about it, do you yourself knows/understands every single tragedy going around the world. As a person who grew up in East Asian and is one of them, I find it quite annoying when anything happened in the western country it sounds like everyone of us needs to care or know about it. And if you don't know about it your ignorant or whatever. (Most of the time people in the western country are the ones that know the less about other parts of the world - which is not always the case, but some.) This got to stop, people can enjoy themselves and care about the world at the same time.

    She may or may not be writing a blog about the Las Vegas shooting, but it's her choice.

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    On 10/7/2017 at 4:38 AM, Wayne Williams said:

    I too am feeling a deep disappointment in the direction that Teal has taken with her blogs. I posted in her last blog a few days ago that it was particular poor taste and timing. The blog appeared shortly after the Las Vegas tragedy. I feel deeply disappointed and quite angry that Teal has chosen to totally ignore the tragedy and not delve into it with great detail as she usually does. I have been following Teals blogs and articles since Sept 2013 and I am at the point of going elsewhere. What got me hooked was Teal's willingness to talk about such tragedies as the Isle Of Vista shooting where Elliott Rogers filmed himself shortly before killing 5 people in a rage. No other spiritual teacher has the guts or courage or insight that Teal has. It is highly unlikely that Teal will ever see your words or mine. In this blog it is as if Teal is deliberately tryng to confound her devoted followers by ignoring the Las Vegas shooting. I learned a long  time ago that it is impossible to make someone do you what you want them to do unless they are willing themselves.

    I am Source too, but come from a different karmic group namely Europe. Let me give you my perspective, since you are in your own box of beliefs and unable to look beyond an obvious blind spot. Allow me to be a mirror please. From my perspective the US has to start dealing with their weapons industry. When I plug into the US collective consciousness, I sense your country isn't run by a dark government with a narcissistic puppet at the top (a mirror of North-Korea, Source is very funny, lol), but by old energy industries. Oil is one and the NRA is another. And since this Universe is one of manifestation and attraction, the lessons are coming into reality... How much longer are you going to allow this situation to continue? That is what the Universe is asking. On a side note, the US isn't seen as liberators by many other countries in the world but as oppressors. There can only be an enlightened planet when there is peace. And that starts with abolishing all weapons. Old structures are collapsing. Your old way of living is over. Expect more mayhem until at least 2020-2022.

    I am Sourcechanneler. Enjoy your day.

    Edited by Marcel
    Changed one word.

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    2 hours ago, Marcel said:

    I am Source too, but come from a different karmic group namely Europe. Let me give you my perspective, since you are in your own box of beliefs and unable to look beyond an obvious blind spot. Allow me to be a mirror please. From my perspective the US has to start dealing with their weapons industry. When I plug into the US collective consciousness, I sense your country isn't run by a dark government with a narcissistic puppet at the top (a mirror of North-Korea, Source is very funny, lol), but by old energy industries. Oil is one and the NRA is another. And since this Universe is one of manifestation and attraction, the lessons are coming into reality... How much longer are you going to allow this situation to continue? That is what the Universe is asking. On a side note, the US isn't seen as liberators by many other countries in the world but as oppressors. There can only be an enlightened planet when there is peace. And that starts with abolishing all weapons. Old structures are collapsing. Your old way of living is over. Expect more mayhem until at least 2020-2022.

    I am Sourcechanneler. Enjoy your day.

     

    On 10/7/2017 at 4:38 AM, Wayne Williams said:

    I too am feeling a deep disappointment in the direction that Teal has taken with her blogs. I posted in her last blog a few days ago that it was particular poor taste and timing. The blog appeared shortly after the Las Vegas tragedy. I feel deeply disappointed and quite angry that Teal has chosen to totally ignore the tragedy and not delve into it with great detail as she usually does. I have been following Teals blogs and articles since Sept 2013 and I am at the point of going elsewhere. What got me hooked was Teal's willingness to talk about such tragedies as the Isle Of Vista shooting where Elliott Rogers filmed himself shortly before killing 5 people in a rage. No other spiritual teacher has the guts or courage or insight that Teal has. It is highly unlikely that Teal will ever see your words or mine. In this blog it is as if Teal is deliberately tryng to confound her devoted followers by ignoring the Las Vegas shooting. I learned a long  time ago that it is impossible to make someone do you what you want them to do unless they are willing themselves.

    I appreciate different perspectives on the tragedy, thank you for sharing Marcel. It is all helpful with closure that we can discuss and share, and I am sure Teal will address it also when the timing is right for her.

    It is resonating within me as true, that he is trying to bring awareness to unrecognized mental illness... The way USA views and treats mental illness is another issue that can largely be improved upon. (As an american living in germany, I have both perspectives).  The channeling erik video shares some perspectives from Stephen Paddock

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    Teal is enjoying life as much as she can while on a working tour and lately I can relate to this because

    I also essentially had very little childhood and I am seeking comfort at the spiritual plateau where I am at now. I'm aware that I have many shadows that I am seriously bypassing to indulge my relatively comfortable zone. When the shadow-parts-inner child work is ready to be healed then I'm sure it will come up. I imagine Teal is aware that she has shadows and will do that work when it needs to be done and maybe even blog about it. I personally think it is important to the collective consciousness that her shadow work evolves. 

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    Am enjoying the 'chat' from you fellows above; but I for another, am also willing to let Teal say what she has to say when she says it. This means it may not be to the same timing as some of you above want, or are indeed willing to allow - sad judgement methinks... Teal is going into a tough schedule - give the lady a break!

    Rightly said, @Kitty C and @rawmelody and @michael scordato - Teal is having a momentary break - and in doing so we reflect and change where our thoughts go as a nice respite from everything else. She does not have to be all woe is me and sad about world events all the time. But if you others want to comment on a perspective of massacres and tragedies, feel free to write you own Blogs rather than slide along smug-faced on the coat tails of others. Of go watch the News that resonates with fear and negativity on these things. Go find elsewhere to use your judgement.

    On another matter, Teal said rightly about Versailles after mentioning other palaces. I commented yesterday that Versailles as well as St Pauls in Rome both annoyed me greatly. Rome was first that I visited then Paris-Versailles. Wandering these places at the height of tourist season was a little much - and I would not care to repeat it. The audaciousness of money and the show of monarchal superiority robbed the palace of much of it's beauty and grandeur. I much preferred Vienna's Schonbrunn palace but then I only visited the gardens by jogging around them rather than visit the inside of the palace itself. Versailles gardens didn't overly impress me for beauty; it was more like bending structure and nature into some amusing arrangement because it suited the powers that be to do so.

    Anyway I enjoyed Teal's commentary on French castles, with nice photos provided - more so the woodland photo of dear Teal herself at the end of the Blog....

    And I look forward to Teal's upcoming change of tempo that she sees Humanity is needing at this point of time....

    Light

     

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    i enjoy these blogs because they are the lighter side of Teal. Affluent and entitled? sure but so what? She puts herself out there to her public in ways I can only imagine dimly if at all. If you want the deep painful gut wrenching stuff she does watch her workshops She goes deeply into peoples issues with them and comes back out bringing light to the darkest deepest most painful places in their souls. I have to forgive her for the timing since production delays can put the blog days or weeks behind the events that inspire them. But hey if you don't like what's here then find what feeds your needs. For me Teal is the real deal, honest, open, psychic, intuitive, gifted and as genuine as anyone i have ever found. Enjoy the ride. Be blessed, be a blessing!

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    Hey honoust, critical friends,  

    Teal did react  before, after a tragedy. 

    Re-read 'blood and soil they cried'. My favorite blog. The deep compassionate  insights she gives are relevant in case of Vegas. In any case in which a human kills (a lot of) other human beings.

    That is.. if it is insights you are looking for..

    What are you looking for? Did you ask yourself that question? And why are you looking for it here, in Teal's diary. 

    I try to ask myself those questions when I feel like criticizing somebody. Usually it has to do with projections and unfullfilled needs...

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    I have read some of the previous comments about her focusing so much on the architecture and the luxury.    For me, if you read all the way to the bottom of this blog, she says it was a re-visiting a life she once lived.   Not the current life she lives.    She is ever the spiritual catalyst.   If you had the choice to stay in a chateaux or a cardboard box on a filthy street, which would you choose?    It is decadent to indulge in such things, but it is a perspective.   We are here to have pleasurable experiences too.    I will add this , I don't hardly watch movies or TV or the main stream media anymore, because it promotes an over the  top, out of reach materialistic world, and it is setup to make you think, you need that as well.    The first half of Teal's blog feels like an ad for everyone to take an extravagant tour through the European countryside.   And if I had the money I probably would, but I'm not going to feel less than, because those aren't my circumstances.   I still read Teal's blog for the most part and I watch some of her videos.  But at some point you have to stop following other people and follow your own internal compass.    

    As far as her ignoring the Vegas shooting, that is what is known as a false flag to induce fear in our culture, which certain entities feed off of.  It does you no good to get all caught up in such things.  You pray for and ask those souls to be blessed, guided and healed.    Feeling extreme sadness and a sense of loss, doesn't do anyone any good.    That puts you in a low vibration.   I do love all beings, positive and negative, light and dark.   But you have to have boundaries in this life and you have to have mutual respect.   It would be a great world, if there was no need for a weapon.   But if some poor wayward soul, breaks into my home in the middle of the night with malicious intent, I will defend myself and my home.    It is your responsibility to do so.    You don't just lay down and let someone kill you.   I will do everything I can to help that person, but some people won't allow themselves to be helped.     

    We live in a very polarized divisive world right now that is set up to show us how we are all different.   What we need to focus on is how we are all alike and to love another, and to love yourself.    

     

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    On 10/8/2017 at 8:40 AM, rawmelody said:

     

    I appreciate different perspectives on the tragedy, thank you for sharing Marcel. It is all helpful with closure that we can discuss and share, and I am sure Teal will address it also when the timing is right for her.

    It is resonating within me as true, that he is trying to bring awareness to unrecognized mental illness... The way USA views and treats mental illness is another issue that can largely be improved upon. (As an american living in germany, I have both perspectives).  The channeling erik video shares some perspectives from Stephen Paddock

    Thank you Rawmelody for the You Tube link showing the after life interview with Stephen Paddock. I would have never found it without your help. I had looked for something like that a few days earlier, but was not successful. Everything I heard confirmed what I already knew and suspected, and that Paddock was a disconnected soul unable to feel love or caring from others. I was highly disappointed however with the immaturity, anger, and personal judgments coming from the interviewer: Dr. Elisa Medhus. Her lack of healing was apparent and she should not have been the person conducting the interview with Paddock. Thanks again.

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    I love the blog, as always. Just around the same time, I met a vegan awesome cook too, that envisions her own restaurant here too, but is afraid there will not be enough demand. I encouraged her and will be her most loyal customer, as she is really amazing. It's difficult here though to carry out personal businesses, but things are changing. She made me a great vegan burger, no flour or bread, loved it. 

    I love the referral to the ghosts/thought forms, and how alive actually is a haunted place, while the general public finds it terrifying to think of and/or feel, experience it. It helps, to have this perspective. 

    Enjoyed it, as usual. Unify,muah 

    Edited by Mai-da

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