A Spiritual Publication

Issue # 31
May 2009 - Jul 2009

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Diane's Welcome 

Serione's Message 

Jeffrey's 2 Cents Worth

Great is the man who has not lost his childlike heart.” ~Mencius


It is the childlike mind that finds the kingdom.” ~Charles Fillmore


When was the last time you spent a quiet moment just doing nothing - just sitting and looking at the sea, or watching the wind blowing the tree limbs, or waves rippling on a pond, a flickering candle or children playing in the park?” ~Ralph Marston


Diane's Welcome

These are definitely interesting times that we live in regarding the political realm, the weather patterns, earth changes, and the chaotic energies  around the globe. The issues that we all face in these next couple of years will be a roller coaster of minor to major shifts in our lives depending on the lessons that we are here to learn.

 What I have recognized in myself over the years is that I will worry about what is not here.  How I have dealt with this fear was to recollect the times when I detached from the thought process and knew that everything was going to be alright and it was.  If it was not on my plate—why manifest it?  Part of my lessons were and still are learning to just be, let go and allow. As long as we are still living we are learning.  Perception has a lot to do with the extremes of what we experience.  If we were to look at each situation that we are personally faced and see the positive aspects of its growth—the momentum and outcome of our life begins to shift and validate who we are.  Life becomes easier regardless of the events that unfold in front of us, we learn to move through them instead of dwell on them.

There is going to be  situations where a grieving process is absolutely necessary in order to move forward.  This is so important to prevent stagnancy.  When we become stagnant the rug is pulled out from underneath our feet and the intensity of the lessons escalate to take us out of our comfort zone.  This is not fun as I am sure everyone of us has experienced !!!

Plus, to play is to lighten our load, we are more able to see the truth through the eyes of a child   :-). 

My wish is to keep our hearts open and our faith strong





Much Love, Diane


Serione's Message

Spring offers new birth and your world as a whole is cracking the shell of its residency. Chaos abounds bringing the intensity of growth and the aftermath of renewed life.  Heads of Nations show where their loyalties lie.  Expressions of free will stand out amongst the populations.   

The union between Heads of Nations and the entities who govern them will become more apparent as layers of the facades dissolve.  For so long there has been segregation, now is the time of common interest to come together and build the foundation of integrity and sovereignty.  

As the truth unfolds and becomes clearer there will be much unrest within the masses.  Listen to your internal guidance as it will create ease on this path of              enlightenment.

The stock markets will ride the roller coaster thru much of your year and having periods of false highs to quickly dip into the lows.  Beware of false numbers as there will be many to entice. 

The rebirthing process can be very rewarding for those who look for the growth potential in each given situation and follow driven states with action. 

For those whose intentions are not pure, their masquerades will succumb to vulnerability.  The words which we spoke earlier, “cracking the shell of its residency”  puts this into perspective.

For all who chose to be within your world at this glorious time will discover the true meaning of  alchemy.



We wish you the blessings of wisdom,



"A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity;

an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty."


~Winston Churchill



Your pain is the breaking of the shell that

encloses your  understanding.

~Khalil Gibran



"There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face." 

~Ben Williams


My Two Cents Worth...Not So Deep Thoughts by Jeffrey


Our Kids have commented that our animals are more spoiled then they ever were. My answer was always “ well yea, but these kids will be our dependents for life and don’t have to be productive member of society”  Well I’m beginning to rethink that logic...



Tucker @ 4 months,

around age 4 in human terms

Notice all the toys,

yup the spoiling has begun!

Doesn’t take long for the greed to set in, as he tries to play with all of them at once...


The next thing you know you’ve

got a spoiled rebellious kid, who

gets sent to his room (crate)

almost daily for picking

on his sisters, or worse…


But in the end,

it’s worth the heartaches and headaches of childhood, because unconditional love wins over everything else.



"We long for an affection altogether ignorant of our faults. 

Heaven has accorded this to us in the uncritical canine attachment." 

~George Eliot



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