Lisa Renee: “Nonjudgmental Awareness”

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ByLisa Renee| SourceEnergetic Synthsis

Nonjudgmental Awareness is the simple action of refraining from automatically cataloging experiences with people, places or things with immediate terms that assign positive or negative beliefs, such as good or bad labels that generate bias, division and closed mindedness.

Our learning experiences in life are manifested through the major contrasts that we encounter, the catalytic movement that occurs between the pairs of opposing energies as they meet in the physical. When we accept these opposing poles as the nature of reality, we find more acceptance for ourselves, and we stop trying to control and judge others. We realize that others are enduring the exact same learning process we are, meeting many different contrasts in the pairs of opposites that show up in life.

When we move through very challenging circumstances that throw many disruptive contrasts into our life experience, in hindsight we will…

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Agonies & Ecstasies

Winging with Whitehawk

Surrendering to the Unknown

When kundalini is active, the body may go through… well… various agonies. Yes, ecstasies as well, but the going can get pretty rough and even downright frightening when one’s body is manifesting an often overwhelming variety of difficulties due to something as mysterious and in total command as kundalini.

Trickling K is one thing; full-throttle K on a deep, aggressive roto-rooting mission can be something else altogether.

We’d do well to remember that what we think of as these bodies are really complex, interwoven layers of energetic frequencies flowing and interacting with living biology down to the cellular level. When kundalini takes over the wheel of the vehicle, all of these nested and entangled layers may experience K’s power in ways previously unimaginable.

For instance, as Brooke Robertson shares in this 11-minute video, I too went through many, many episodes of what felt like heart attacks…

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Kuthumi via Natalie Glasson, March 9th, 2018


We Signed Up For This

Kuthumi (channeled information) What is Love? by Master Kuthumi 9th March 2018 Channeled through Natalie Glasson – 9th March 2018 – Original Source:

Sacred School of OmNa The question, `What is love?’ is of equivalent value, meaning and depth as `What is the Creator?’ or `What is the meaning of life?’ In fact, these three questions invite you to explore beyond yourself into an unknown space where deep knowingness can be accessed.

They lead you along a journey of exploration gathering your focus into the core of All That Is. You question how all that is known on the Earth comes to creation and manifestation, why we act and react in certain ways and what existence really is. Some souls do not even risk asking such questions while for others there is no earthy life without the presence and exploration of these questions.

That which we all seek cannot…

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A NEW Landing With A Higher Set Of Stairs — HighHeartLife

I’ve often used the term Stair-steps to indicate the many energy phases and stages within the Ascension Process (AP) and Embodiment Processes (EP). I’ve also used the term Landings with this same symbolism to show those landmark points where the Forerunners of the Forerunners, the First Ascenders, the First Embodiers etc., reach another higher frequency point, […]

via A NEW Landing With A Higher Set Of Stairs — HighHeartLife

Stargate Files Shed Light On Some Astonishing Secrets The Government Never Told Us About Mars

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The picture of a small region of Mars above is from the European Space Agency.

What is the STARGATE project? Well, it was a joint effort by the CIA and NSA, along with SRI and a few other academic institutions around the world to study parapsychology (telepathy, ESP, remote viewing, etc). The program lasted more than two decades, and was funded by millions of dollars. You would think that a black budget special access program that ran for more than two decades had some success, and it did. The STARGATE program was used in multiple missions for ‘national security’ and ‘intelligence collection’ purposes, and the United States wasn’t the only country interested in this type of phenomena. For example, here is a document going into detail about certain people (studies by the Department of Defence) with ‘paranormal’ abilities. Here is a…

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Nature Walks – A little Lox and Wako


Nature Walks – A little Lox and Wakodahatchee

Being retired has both pros and cons.  One thing, you need to be self-motivated to get out and do anything.  Another pro… is that you can set your schedule.  Still, living in a heavily populated area, I tend to plan around commute times as I dislike traffic and noise.  BTW, the drivers here in SE Florida, at least 10% of them are seriously whacko driving and winding through traffic at about 65 MPH, way over the speed limit.  Anyway, despite the traffic, this week I made it out to Loxahatchee and today to Wakodahatchee.


The birds were thin on the ground in Loxahatchee, at least for any attempts at photography.  I could hear them okay, but the tall grasses and reeds were effective camouflage for the now nesting birds.  I didn’t see any alligators and just a couple of turtles, but they’re around, hiding.  The weather has been quite a bit cooler, so the reptiles are probably a little slower.  With the exception of a heavy rain shower on Tuesday, the weather has been quite dry, with low humidity, a true blessing for humans, but dangerous for the wildlands as wildfires can easily start up in the grasslands and dry forest plots.  The wildfire season here is almost the exact opposite of what I’m more accustomed to in the West, where fires were mostly limited from mid-summer to mid-autumn, depending on the winter snow/rain.  There was plenty of rain here last summer and into autumn, but that just encourages the growth of grasses which later dry out in the dry winter winds.  Such is the paradox of Nature’s cycles.  Add careless humans into the mix and you have trouble.


Two Wood Stork Mates greeting each other. They sometimes clack their beaks and waggle their heads…

In Wakodahatchee, the nesting season is going strong.  I saw some fledglings popping their fuzzy heads above the nest material today, as well as some young Anhingas enjoying the cool sunshine on one of the many pond apple trees.  Again, the alligators were not evident, probably hiding out in the warm shelter of grasses and reeds.  They will venture out later in the season.  It was quite cool this morning…for Florida… with the thermometer hitting the low 50’s and upper 40’s, with light breezes.  I added a sweater for a little extra warmth and needed it until the clouds parted and the sun decided to make an appearance.


Sleeping Anhingas


Up a tree…


Glossy Ibis


Portrait of a Black-bellied Whistling Duck


Wild Elderberry, a common marsh plant


Cattle Egret


Young Anhingas


Seeking balance…


Pensive Tri-colored Heron


Bright-eyed Grackle


Green Heron

The Wood Storks are doing very well in this relatively new nesting grounds (for them).  They have taken over several more pond apple trees that are spotted throughout the preserve.  The pond apples are short but sturdy trees that can thrive in water or on land.  Their “apples” or fruit are edible.  Late last summer I witnessed several turtles chasing “apples” around the dark waters, as they nibbled at the sweet fruit.  I haven’t tried it myself yet.

That’s all for now, folks.  Enjoy your weekend.



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