....all photos for sunrise/afternoon are from July 22, 2017
'OLDER THAN GOD' BAUBO
heart shell at ocean jacuzzi
"....from behind the clouds of separation."
July 22, 2017
BEYOND ANY TELLING OR GRASPING
ALL SENSE OF THE ABSOLUTE’S JOY AND FREEDOM
CANNOT BE CAPTURED OR CLAIMED
NO SELF REMAINS
“The one who secretly hears this is senseless.”*
See below link for full poem/comments:
The Reed Flute’s Song -
Fierce Grace - Ram Dass
Ram Dass says repeatedly.
. The film is an effort to explore what this means.
Read more at
My mind is made up.
(When becoming much more "elderly" said this quietly to her youngest son
who was trying to gently "reason" with her...re: an issue..
....probably dealing with how she was spending her money!!)
whose door is blown away.
Too busy gold-plating the cage
to soar to their ultimate possibility.
dmm/ew MET WITH IN PERSON
KAUAI HAWAII OCTOBER 2005
Where we first heard the term/concept SANCTARII
Below are wonderful links below Re: her bk re: ELVIS PRESLEY
Blue Star Love – on my book about the mystical and spiritual life of Elvis Presley
In his dialogue 'the Banquet ',
Plato relates the myth of the androgyne.
In the beginning, human beings had both male and female organs,
they were all both male and female,
and this double nature gave them capacities
such that the gods ended up feeling threatened.
and from then on there were men and there were women.
This myth stresses that human beings' power
came from the fact they had both male and female organs.
But despite this kind of mutilation,
humans nevertheless possess the two principles physically.
their tongue is the masculine principle,
their two lips are the feminine principle,
and together they create a child: speech.
Sometimes, just a few words are needed
to bring them the same results material means would.
Through speech they create and destroy,
gather together and separate,
restore peace or trigger war,
bring healing or disease.
of the words you say.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
"Joyfully do something 'wrong'.... It's OK!!!"
approx 5 minute video
both the ones who give it and the ones who receive it.
~Karl A. Menninger