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At 9:58pm on June 20, 2012, Cathy Lyons Colletti said…

Hello Deb, I'm just getting off line now. The website is new to me so I'll be exploring it over the weekend. Right now I'm not sure this comment will get to you but hope so.

At 11:37am on June 11, 2012, vimal balachander said…

thx wow this is a vibrant place...

At 8:23pm on April 9, 2012, Murray Stentiford said…

Hi Deb. Thanks for your friend request. What gorgeous graphic design and photos you have on your page - some quite wicked. :-)

At 11:49am on March 26, 2012, andrasnm said…

I love your quote about the tomato....cheers  

andras

At 4:50pm on March 23, 2012, annette hallett said…

HI Deb..thanks for the welcome, I am glad I found this site.

At 11:19am on March 22, 2012, Andrew said…
I like the way you think, we will get along vary well..;) their is much for you to know about me so ask away!...
At 10:24am on March 22, 2012, Andrew said…
So what is the first thing you think of when you see 888
At 10:07am on March 15, 2012, Jaakko Matti Johannes Alhola said…

hi again!

here's couple online books from a finnish author pekka ervast and i think you'll find them quite pleasing to read :)

http://www.pekkaervast.net/artikkelit/Esitelmat/1929%2005%2000%20Pekka%20Ervast%20-%20Astral%20School.pdf

http://www.pekkaervast.net/teokset/The%20Esoteric%20School%20of%20Jesus.pdf

http://www.pekkaervast.net/teokset/The%20Sermon%20on%20the%20Mount%20or%20The%20Key%20to%20Christianity.pdf

there would be so much more but these are the only ones I found translated in english..

At 2:22pm on March 14, 2012, Wes Hansen said…

Since you're on the Third Coast as well:

“I wish I could describe the feeling of being at sea; the anguish, frustration, and fear, the beauty that accompanies threatening spectacles, the spiritual communion with creatures in whose domain I sail. There is a magnificent intensity in life that comes when we are not in control but are only reacting, living, surviving. I am not a religious man per se. My own cosmology is convoluted and not in line with any particular church or philosophy. But for me, to go to sea is to glimpse the face of God. At sea I am reminded of my insignificance – of all men's insignificance. It is a wonderful feeling to be so humbled.”

― Steve Callahan

At 1:56pm on March 14, 2012, Wes Hansen said…

When I joined a message magically appeared stating that my membership request would have to be accepted by the administrator. I guess all is well . . .

At 1:39pm on March 14, 2012, Wes Hansen said…

Thank you for your welcome, although I've not yet been formally accepted as a member! Perhaps your friendship will help "seal the deal."

At 3:35am on March 14, 2012, Jaakko Matti Johannes Alhola said…

love and light to you my friend.. hope you'll have a good day!

At 11:46am on January 9, 2012, Lj said…

thanks for invite and comment, always good to meet likeminded people, thanks again :)

At 11:09am on January 6, 2012, James Rutke said…

I've been looking for a new language to learn! Irish may be the next rainbow/Iris bridge I cross into the land of wish-granting syllables.

I've been thinking about your question on musical tone for the color white at the head and its OM. This morning I woke up and ambient electronic music like Brian Eno and Robery Fripp made and David Bowie picked up on started my mind going. The white meditation Buddha Vairochana (the Illuminator) is at the head and like OM he is the light from space that brings the form of all things into visibility.

Or is the ambience the music of neurons and also the music of the sun that has recently been recorded? Then again the sound of Tibetan bowls may be the thing that best picks our head up at dawn. We have a lot of options.

LOL from Jim

At 8:48pm on January 5, 2012, James Rutke said…

"Normally" in Buddhist Tantra the heart chakra is the residence of the meditation Buddha Akshobhya who is blue. The seed syllable is a blue HUM. As with Susan's Practice this is a first step, what you might call a dub version of an old tradition. Thank you for starting to work with it and suggesting musical tones. i will add more later.

Jim 

At 5:43pm on January 4, 2012, James Rutke said…

Hi Deb, thanks for becoming my friend. In mind I'm a Buddhist, at heart a Hindu and I feel that the speech chakra bridges that gap with languages, especiallySanskrit and the language of mantra. Then it takes one to the other chakras where the Greco-Roman traditions and living Wicca nourish us holistically. As for the music of mantra as we tune-up, I think we need to look to the HIndu tradition. Too much Tibetan Buddhist religious music sounds like a funeral. Hindu religious music reminds me of being at a wedding. What do you suggest? Thanks for the beautiful art on your page. I am also a history buff and a lover of the Irish.  Jim

At 1:52pm on December 28, 2011, Ulia said…

Thank you, Deb. I look forward to participating. 

At 4:32pm on December 14, 2011, Janet G. said…

Hey Deb!

Thanks for the invite and Welcome!! :)
J~

At 3:10pm on December 9, 2011, Rafael Arevalo said…

Deb: quite a coincidence also the chance I got to reach you, namely October.

I also wish to request from you tips on astrology affirmations, which I quest to aim rapport.

I´ll be in touch,

Rafael

At 6:59pm on December 6, 2011, S D Tiwari said…

Please join my site http://thatsme.in and start blogging in English. I am a physically disabled person and started this Social Networking Site as a means for earning in the later years. Please help me in promoting this site in your country.

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