Around the world, never lose, Unseen Sea, rules of life, good news/bad news, Gemini new moon, and Abraham


A blog post to help you appreciate the beauty and diversity of the world we live in…



# 1 – Seems like a good perspective to have in life…although personally I think it’s even better to let go of the whole win/lose thing and just see everything as a learning experience…..


# 2 – Here’s a staff pick on Vimeo called The Unseen Sea. Very soothing and mesmerizing….


# 3 – Short and simple…..


# 4 – Stimulation from Dr. Sue Morter…..

Ok, Do You Want the Good New or the Bad News First?
Yup.Which?Uh Huh… (Turns out, there’s nothing but Good News out there.)

We try to avoid half of life, and then wonder why we feel like we are missing something. We try to avoid the unpleasant situations, and then wonder why life doesn’t flow like it should. We only want what we think we want, and then we wonder why we don’t feel good about ourselves, don’t have enough energy, and can’t get people to see us fully.

…All because we don’t build the circuits for managing miracles. 

Life would never provide you with anything other than that which serves your Soul. Always the Miraculous. Only ever. Don’t get caught up thinking you’re smarter than Life itself!

Embrace it All.

When you do, you’ll find your creativity flowing. You’ll find a Love for yourself that you wanted others to deliver. You’ll see life from the wholeness that it is.

FYI, Wednesday evening, 5/28, Dr. Morter is offering a free live interactive Q & A session:


# 5 – Wednesday is the new moon in Gemini and here’s Simone Butler’s take on things (and please pardon the text position; I can’t seem to make it go where I want. Hey, maybe that’s the effect of  the new moon at work ;-)…

The recent Scorpio Full Moon conjunct Saturn combined with a stationary (extra powerful) Mars brought this year’s second heat wave to San Diego – resulting in a series of devastating fires in North County. Friends evacuated their homes as the Santa Ana winds whipped through vulnerable areas. Facebook proliferated with scary photos and breaking news—such as the century-old Harmony Grove spiritualist center burning to the ground, leaving many homeless. Now that things are back to “normal,” some are counting their blessings while others sift through the wreckage and contemplate whether or not to rebuild.

The past few months have been challenging for most of us. You may have sailed right through the extreme planetary happenings and even felt energized by them. But many of us had a rude awakening in one form or another, and may now be starting to realize that certain things in our lives, no matter how worthy, are no longer workable.

With Mars finally direct and the dust beginning to settle, the question becomes:“What do I want next?” If you’ve been resisting the way things are, or feeling upset that something or someone is slipping away from you, it may be a sign that the container you’re in has become too small for you. Like a plant that’s outgrown its pot, choking on its own roots, you’re ready for a transplant. Like me, perhaps you’ve been waiting for something outside of you to change so you won’t have to. I suspect it’s time to accept the truth: We’ve grown, and it’s time to move on and begin again.

You can read the full article here:

# 6 – Sometimes being “picky” is a good thing…..

You’re picky about the car you drive. You’re picky about what you wear. You’re picky about what you put in your mouth. We want you to be pickier about what you think.—Abraham



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