heart awakening

An airplane defies gravity while still obeying the laws of physics, and with subtle orientation and correct guidance arrives at its destination.

So does a mind.

The sun rises each morning and travels across the firmament. Obstacles may appear to block its light, to obscure its view, cloud its luminescence. But it shines as brightly nonetheless.

So do you.

History moves in great tidal waves, events come and go. Great rulers appear on stage and depart on cue. Tremulous fear rocks the earth for a while, but calm always returns. One era fades into another, but destiny prevails

So do your dreams.

Wisdom comes, words of healing from afar. The Great Ones return to teach healing and love. And the wisest teach that you already know these lessons.

Your heart does likewise.

When the dawn awakens it looks on all with compassion, the miserable and the content, the prisoner and the councillor.

When you awake you will too.

Music is the strain that binds us all together. It has magic and healing in it and truly can it sooth that wild cry. Although unseen and untouched its power is of note and felt widely and deeply.

As is the love you care to give.

A mountain just sits as if it’s waiting. Waiting. Not for anyone to come, or for anything to happen. It just is. It simply sits and breathes and knows that it is free.

Do you?

The thinker is not really there, not anywhere. You are the dawn of compassion, the mountain of stillness and the music that reaches all souls. When you realise this then it’s safe to put the thinker aside.

That is called peace.

The planet is moving to a new vibration,

Humanity is rising to a new formation.

The great awakening has begun.


1. Selection of poems from Resurrection and Other Works, by George Fennell.

A celebration of the man and his works.


2. Crack Your Cocoon: a review of This Love Filled Sound, by Venus CuMara.


3. Prayer by Eoin Meegan


4. The Awakening Self.


5. The Mayan Calendar.


6. The Demise of the Myth of 2012.


7. Pandora on Fire review of new fiction by Sylvia Warham.



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