About Me

July 2011

About Me

by Cyrus Etessam

Times were hard for ordinary working folk in the English Midlands between the wars. Boys quickly donned the caps of men. 14 years was age enough to pass through the factory gate. The cost of keeping England’s far flung possessions in check fell heavily on the shoulders of common working people in the form of crushing taxes. Work was scarce and many, in search of a better life, fled to far flung corners of Empire before its dissolution a few decades later. Others came over from Ireland to work in the coal mines. My maternal grandfather, Richard Joyner, came to work in the mines until he died of “black lung” when my mother was very young. He had a beautiful tenor voice and used to sing The Rose of Tralee to her when she was a little girl. My mother, Elizabeth, then had to go to live with her Aunt on the English side of the family. They were, according to her, puritanical, staid middle class people who thought the temperamental child should spend hours listening to boring Sunday School lectures and made her wear the obligatory black Sunday School uniforms which were de rigueur at the time. Spending hours in Sunday school did not sit well with her. She was a Sagittarius, an adventurer possessed of a sharp northern sense of humour and and an Irish temper.

It must have been a dream come true for young adventurous Elizabeth when she met and fell in love with a handsome young Iranian graduate of Birmingham University who was in the RAF. They got married in ’41 and after the war, he got a job at BP (then under a different name). He was sent to Iran to work as liaison for the oil fields there.

His side of the family were a well traveled sophisticated lot belonging to the ranks of doctors, lawyers, ambassadors and the like. My grandfather had a real zest for life and excelled in horsemanship in his younger years. My mother loved him.

Neither of my parents were religious. My father was agnostic and thought all religions were for the ignorant and uneducated. He was nominally Anglican. My mother was saddened by the god-fearing hellfire and damnation thing that she felt Christ’s teachings had been twisted into. Her spiritual leanings were eclectic, mostly gnosticism, Indian mysticism and astrology.

I was born in Iran in ’46.  After the Brits pulled out of India, they pulled out of Suez as well. This meant greatly reduced military and navel presence in that area. In ’52 Prime Minister Mossadegh saw his chance to nationalise the oil fields. My father suddenly was seen as a traitor and our home had to be guarded by troops. The political situation seemed to be deteriorating with no end in sight. A few years earlier, my sister was born in England.  Now with two small children in the family, my parents decided it was too dangerous to stay in Iran. My father did not want to return to England, complaining bitterly that the country had gone “to rack and ruin” after the war, placing blame mostly on Prime Minister Lloyd George. Because of his knowledge of jet engine design, he eventually landed a job at GE in the States. At that time most planes were either prop or turboprop, but things were changing.

I went through the school system, mostly in Ohio, spending most of my time day dreaming. My father showed me how to convert an old DeWalt AM radio into a short wave receiver. I spent most of my time messing with my short wave and my telescope. I knew all the names of the major stars, their locations, spectral class, average motion, mass, mythology and astrological significance. When my father asked me what I wanted to be when I “grow up”, I told him I wanted to captain a star ship. When I was 16 the local bully bashed my head against the sidewalk. I came home bleeding profusely. My parents, worried about my mediocre performance in school, became further alarmed. In class I listened to and observed everything around me except what the teacher was saying. When I wasn’t ignoring the teachers, I spent a fair bit of time staring out the window. My parents decided that something had to be done and hoped that boarding school would somehow knock some sense into me. Finally it was decided that I be placed in boarding school…in Europe.

After spending some time in Europe and the States, I went off to India where my desire to connect to God-Source intensified. I felt a deep connection with the land. Everything I experienced felt intense and seemed to trigger deep soul memories. I felt as if I was re-living a past life. I joined a band of Sadhus, free spirits of India. We wandered the breadth and depth of the country visiting temples, staying in ashrams and sometimes sleeping in the rough.  At one time I was walking alone on my way to Benares(Varanasi).  I became very ill  and thought I was near death. Penniless, homeless and delirious with fever, I could walk no further and I lay down under an old banyan tree on the outskirts the city. I said to myself, “Cyrus, old son, you’ve lived a varied and interesting life. Time to lie down and die.”   Somehow I managed to drag myself into the city. To this day I don’t know how I did it. When I got there I felt like I was in a time warp going back to 3000 BC. It looked like an ancient Vedic city you read about in the Ramayana and other sacred writings. There were temples everywhere. Someone told me that if I drank the Ganges water I would be healed. I crawled down to the burning ghats where they piled dead bodies on funeral pyres and unceremoniously dumped the ashes into the river. Thick black smoke billowed up to the sky and the smell of death was everywhere. The water was filthy and black in colour. I had nothing to lose. I thought if this doesn’t kill me, it’ll surely cure me. I drank the water. It tasted awful. Two hours later I was completely cured and never got sick in India again. Believe me, that is saying something.

Don’t get me wrong. I don’t intend to convey romantic notions about India. It is no place for tourists unless you plan to stay in big air conditioned hotels, eat sterilised food and drink bottled water. If you veer from the tourist traps, you are faced with wall to wall flies, deadly snakes, insects and virtually no sewage system. During the monsoon season temperatures regularly climb to well over 100. It’s like living in a steam bath. Friends had told me that after being on the road in India, you’ll never be the same again. They were right. Every concept I ever had about how things were supposed to be was totally blown.

Back in the States, I eventually settled into a sort of humdrum existence working the usual slave jobs. People told me I was a gifted astrologer, but nah, I was too busy indulging in low self-esteem to be bothered. In Atlanta a learned about trauma clearing and emotional healing. This gave me profound insights on the nature of unresolved emotions and how toxic they can be. I learned how to use trauma clearing tools to acknowledge love and transmute my unresolved emotions. Finally in Atlanta I passed my astrology exams with flying colours and got certified and licensed. I am truly grateful for learning these techniques and I am willing to share them with anyone who may be interested. These days I prefer to do most of my traveling on the inside. When Ramana Maharshi was asked if he should relocate, he answered: “Where can I go? I am here”, thus epitomising the non-local nature of the higher consciousness. I am truly glad to have the gift of life. Every breath feels precious.

With love and gratitude, Cyrus

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114 Responses to “About Me”

  1. dreamweaver333 Says:

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  6. dreamweaver333 Says:


  7. MollyB111 Says:

    awwww… ❤

  8. dreamweaver333 Says:

    You’re welcome. Glad to be connected to your creative blog.

  9. MollyB111 Says:

    ❤ and thank you for your support and connection. Blessings!

  10. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Jamie. I’m glad that you enjoy my sharing. Yes, I love Ramana’s response as well. Thanks for creating your wonderful blog. Blessings.

  11. Sophia's Children Says:

    Thank you, Cyrus, for sharing this journey story of your parents and your self. Those are truly powerful and transformative experiences, when we ‘see’ differently and our conditioned ‘notions’ are blown! I appreciated the Ramana Maharshi response: “Where can I go? I am here.” Perfect. Thank you for what you’ve shared in this cyber-garden. Blessings, Jamie

  12. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Greg. Sorry about the long delay in responding. Looks wonderful. Glad you’re doing the good work.

  13. Greg O'Neill Says:

    Hi Cyrus, namaste, this is Greg O’Neill http://whitetiger511.tripod.com is my site online, I hope you will visit and learn what I’m up to, would love to compare notes on collaboration to bring clean energy, food and water, to all people and nations, along with the means to end homelessness. Solutions exist, it’s time to bring them forward. Peace

  14. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Hi Sheryl. Of course. Yes I know Shirley. My email is violetgold@comcast.net.

  15. Sheryl Rajbhandari Says:

    Cyrus. Thanks for responding. My mom’s name is Shirley Rogers. I’d love to be able to connect the two of you via email so you can catch up. My email is sherylraj@gmail.com if you’d like to send me your contact info. She mentioned you were a wonderful writer:)

  16. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Hi. Yes I attended Mt. Healthy High. Cyrus

  17. Sheryl Rajbhandari Says:

    Hi Cyrus – By any chance did you attend Mt. Healthy High School in Cincinnati. My mom has mentioned your name and I’m just wondering if you’re the same guy she speaks of. Thanks!

  18. L. M. B. Says:

    In a culture where truth is increasingly subjective, Jesus is objectively truth.
    “You are a king, then!” said Pilate. Jesus answered, “You say that I am a king. In fact, the reason I was born and came into the world is to testify to the truth. Everyone on the side of truth listens to me.”
    Great Blog,
    Live long and prosper _/\_

  19. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks and thanks for sharing. Glad you are appreciating who you are and being authentic. Take good care.

  20. katelon Says:

    Glad to know more about you. I remembered past lives since early childhood and talked to Jesus and the disciples in my backyard when I was nine. Then, in spite of continued traveling through different dimensions and seeing spirits, I tried to be “normal”. It led to feeling suicidal and many deep depressions but finally I learned to appreciate who I am and what I know and I met others who were more like me, thus giving me permission to be authentic and not hide anymore.

    I’m so glad you survived and thrived and are able to be yourself as well!

  21. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks for commenting. Hugs, C.

  22. bluebutterfliesandme Says:

    Thanks Cyrus, a fascinating story. You are always so supportive.

    Wow I use to hang out at Lightworkers too. I see the comment above, back in like 2003.

  23. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Hugs, C.


    You’re welcome! Blessings, Emma

  25. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you. that’s very kind. I don’t know when I’ll get around to doing what needs to be done, but thanks for nominating me. Hugs, C.


    I’ve nominated you for the blogger recognition award. No pressure. Congrats!

    Here’s the link :https://emmaonegrete.wordpress.com/2015/12/06/blogger-recognition-award-4th/

    Blessings, Emma

  27. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Hugs, C.



  29. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Emma. Take good care. Hugs, C.


    Hi there, I just nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award: Here’s the link:

    Abundant blessings, Emma

  31. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you katelon for all the passion you put into your work. I can feel it. Hugs, C.

  32. katelon Says:

    Thanks so much. I’m just ready for it to finally succeed. Thank you for all the support you give to all the various lightworkers out there.

  33. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Katelon for your wonderful work. Hugs, C.

  34. katelon Says:

    Thanks for following my blog and introducing you to yours.

  35. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks. Just listened to him. Tells it like it is. Love it. Hugs, C

  36. Letitia Sherman Says:

    I have recently stumbled across your blog and saw that you often blog about confirmation and spirituality. I find topics like this to be completely enlightening. I don’t know if you have ever heard of Kirk Nugent, he is an incredible Light Worker. He writes and lives the same spiritual lifestyle that you write about. I think you may find him interesting. Take a look at the video I have attached and you will understand how life changing he can be. Thank you for your time I hope you find Kirk Nugent as inspirational and life changing as I do. I’d love to know what you think about him.

  37. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you for posting wonderful articles. Hugs, C.

  38. davidalmeida3 Says:

    Thank you for reblogging my posts Dreamweaver333! I appreciate your support! ❤ 🙂

    ~ David Almeida ❤
    Author and Mystic


  39. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Brenda and thanks for the wonderful channels. Blessings and love, C.

  40. lifetapestrycreations Says:

    Dear Cyrus,
    THANK YOU! Both for re-blogging my channels and for the many other messages and channels you share with us daily. Kudos for caring and sharing!
    Blessings, Love and Hugs,

  41. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Blessings and love. 🙂

  42. Sue Dreamwalker Says:

    I mean that most sincerely I have so enjoyed many of your postings. have a relaxing weekend

  43. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Sue Dreamwalker. I am encouraged by your loving comment. Wishing you a blessed and uplifting Summer. Love and Gratitude, C.

  44. Sue Dreamwalker Says:

    Dropping by Cyrus to thank you for all of your posts you present… Wishing you a continued beautiful Summer… With Love and Gratitude

  45. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Oshi for visiting my blog. Yes I live in Atlanta and have been here for quite some time.
    I’ve tried to access Ken Carey as well, but, as you say, a password is required now and there’s no option to create a password. I can only guess that this is now a private blog and he’s not accepting new members. I’ll miss his writings. 🙂 Love, Cyrus

  46. Oshi Nightbird Says:

    While reading your bio, I was pleasantly surprised to hear you lived in Atlanta… are you still here?
    I have lived and worked in this area for a very long time…
    I began my process thru Ken Cary’s work many years ago and was so delighted to see a post from him, but I could not get on his blog site without a passcode. I would love to be able to access his site, if you could point me in the correct direction to do so.
    Amazing body of work you have here. Clear and diverse.

    In love,

  47. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Irene for your kind comments. That is very encouraging. Love, C.

  48. Anonymous Says:

    thank you dreamwalker for reminding me and encouragin me again to write to C and thank hím agaian and again for his relentless work and tireless work to assist humanity in lifting us out of the density and reaching our places of divine love through his endless love for humanity and endless good spirit when consulting him and his loving kindness that shines through the articles thanks C for you loving lindness always alwasy and your perseverance and inspirational work YES 2013 to you and all of us…love IS the answer

  49. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Sue Dreamwalker for your kind and thoughtful comments. I am encouraged by them and it makes me feel that blogging is something worthwhile.

    Blessings and love in the New Year. May you be blessed in the unfolding of the New. Love, C.

  50. Sue Dreamwalker Says:

    Cyrus may I just say how much I have enjoyed the posts you have reblogged here upon your site.. And how enlightening your site is for all who visit… I thank you for your continued work in being a centre of love and light..
    Wishing you a wonderful 2013 and best wishes in all that you do…

    I know I do not come to comment often, but I do so enjoy reading the posts that take my eye… May you continue on your own Journey of spreading Light and love across the ‘Web’ of life..

    Wishing you a Very Happy New Year http://wp.me/16xW7 Hugs Dreamwalker xox

  51. dreamweaver333 Says:

    body{font-family: Geneva,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;font-size:9pt;background-color: #ffffff;color: black;}Dear Nicola,Thank you for your wonderful offerings.As regards to your copyright comment on my blog, I was under the impression that I had already asked for and received  permission from you to copy your posts.However, I will be happy to post one paragraph only with a linkback to your blog and trackback  according to your Copyright guidelines if that is your preferencePlease let me know if my original copyright request  still applies.Gratitude, Cyrus

  52. nicolabosdet Says:

    Hi Cyrus – My copyright guidelines are as follows – http://fifthdimensionalgirl.wordpress.com/my-copyright/
    You can use 5D Girl content as long as these guidelines are respected. Please ensure that you retrospectively comply to these copyright guidelines and that you do the same moving forward. Best wishes, NICOLA (Bosdet).

  53. Laura Says:

    I would be very glad for you to do so dear Dreamweaver333 ❤

  54. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Laura. I love your new website – Multidimensional Ocean. I wold like to post some of your messages from that site as well if that is ok with you. Love and gratitude, Cyrus

  55. Laura Says:

    Thank you so much dear friend! as i am in full active life, I prefer to keep my photo away from employers for now.. google search is such a powerful machine… so for now.. i prefer to remove all identifying pictures also for the protection of family members who could lose their job because of me.. or worse… namaste, greatings and blessings to you dreamweaver333 🙂

  56. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Laura. I have removed all your posts from 2011 and I have removed all the photos from your 2012 posts. Are there any approved photos of you that that I can post? Please let me know. Hugs and gratitude, Cyrus

  57. Laura Says:

    and also here: https://dreamweaver333.wordpress.com/2012/01/19/laura-tyco-20/

    please check if any other pics remain and remove them. i would be extremely grateful!! ❤ hugs, laura

  58. Laura Says:

    here is one of the links where my pic appears:
    ugs and love bro! Laura

  59. Laura Says:

    Hi there, this is laura tyco, could you please remove all my photos, as they were published without my permission on all the blogs who display my photos. Please email me if you need on lauratyco@gmail.com

  60. Laura Says:

    Hi dear Dreamweaver333! good to find you again. I have a small request if you could please oblige:
    this is laura tyco, could you please remove all my photos, as they were published without my permission on all the blogs who display my photos. Please email me if you need on lauratyco@gmail.com

  61. Perianne Says:

    I love your bio taking in ancestor’s, countries and ancient history. Very vivid. I have arrived on your bio page and am looking forward to discovering your site.

  62. Anonymous Says:

    Hello, some time ago we added you to our “Star Born Wisdom Keepers” links webpage. Would you please post the Summit flyer which is the url below on your site? Please click on the reply button and let us know if you will do this or not. salude…Celest and David

  63. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you for commenting Subhan Zein. I’m glad you enjoyed my bio. I enjoyed reading your wonderful poem. Blessings, Cyrus

  64. Subhan Zein Says:

    Hello my friend,
    I like your writing up here. I think if you keep doing what you’re doing now, you will have good future. So keep it up my friend! 🙂
    I have a joyful ride in your blog, and now I’d like to invite you to visit mine. Thank you and have a wonderful day, my friend! 🙂
    Subhan Zein

  65. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you for commenting Astrosurfer333 and welcome.

  66. Astrosurfer333 Says:

    O! Hey! Another 3! This is a happy coincidence. I know why I am here but I chose the repition of numbers completely by accident. When I started seeing the repeat of the numebr happening over and over I looked into the matter. I was very surprised. Don’t know whats going on but I am really enjoying the experience. Very nice to meet jou. Im not a bad guy. Ima just a guy. In south africa on some kind of mission even if its just very small I do it gladly. Can we stay in touch please? You are the second 333 I’ve met by complete accident ^_^

  67. Sorayah (Yamyah) Says:

    thank you 🙂 i’m glad you like my blog too. Namaste ~

  68. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Soroyah for commenting and welcome! I have been looking through your blog. I think it is wonderful. Love, Cyrus

  69. Sorayah (Yamyah) Says:

    i believe your blog will help find some of the answers that are asleep within myself, thank you ~

  70. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you jennygoth for commenting. I’m glad you liked my bio. It sure helps to get some altitude. When your flying really close to the ground, things can seem pretty hairy and confusing. I know, ’cause I do that too. It’s always good to step back and look at the bigger picture. That’s not always easy in the kind of world we’re in. Meditation helps. 🙂

  71. jennygoth Says:

    such an interesting blogs must be lovely to know where you are in this world my heads like a jigsaw puzzle that needs sorting through each day i find a small piece that fits xxjen

  72. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks for commenting Debbie and welcome! Three is a master number. Three times three is three again and adds up to nine, the number of completion.

  73. Debbie Says:

    what is the signifigance of 333?

  74. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks Irene. I am glad you feel this way about my blog. That alone makes it all worthwhile. 🙂 Love, C.

  75. irenealomar Says:

    dear c so many people who come to your blog have many interesting stories and they also ahve the ability to describe their stories well..it is an amazing site and I am excited every day to get on to it and express my feelings and read others too of course and your input too

  76. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Gillian. I am honoured to connect with you and find your wonderful website. Thanks for being here. 🙂

  77. Gillian Says:

    Loved reading about your life, Cyrus. You have a wonderfully complex heritage and are – absolutely without a doubt – a child of the Stars. Really glad you communicated with me and I visited your site. Blessings and love to you, dear one. Gillian

  78. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Irene for commenting. Hearts, C.

  79. irenealomar Says:

    Brenda I also love your posts and enjoy them yes to this;most lightworkers wayshowers…dreamweavers peacelovers have had very turbulent years behind them the reason as you mention must be the choices we made as souls before we came here ..yes this must be complicated or tumulteous and hard and much pain in order to have gone through all these expereinces so when we meet people we FEEL INSIDE I knwo what that feels like I have experienced it myself but of course at the time of the pain it was not completely known to me and I lost my way at times..wondering what I was doing here longing to go “HOME” which I could not define really..now I am beginning to feel that HOME is within and nowhere outside at all..coming home is findoing oneself one´s capacity one´s birthplace within the essence the core the innermost being the sacred golden egg..within..I amso grateful to YOU C for allowing all these articles to come through so we can learn more and more..lol

  80. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Brenda for commenting. It’s nice of you to stop by. I always enjoy reading your blog and look forward to reading your story as well. It is wonderful that we have chosen to be on planet during this time so that we can come together and share our experiences. Love and gratitude, Cyrus

  81. lifetapestrycreations Says:

    Hello Dreamweaver!
    Wow. Your story is absolutely wonderful. My story also has a number of “how is that possible” movements.

    Just last evening I read in the fourth book of the Dolores Cannon “The Convoluted Universe” series that she found most lightworkers / wayshowers / trailblazers have had very complicated issues to resolve – so they can better understand those they are working with or lighting the way for.

    Thank you for finding your niche and sharing it with us.

    Isn’t this just a tremendously wonderful and exciting time to be on earth?

    Blessings and Joy,

  82. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Nicola, so nice of you to visit. India was certainly a wild ride. In spite of the ‘bumps’ along the way, I would do it all over again. I always felt the profound sacredness of the holy places.

    Looks like we’re in for a wild ride in the coming months and years, so fasten your seat belts.
    I always enjoy reading your thought-provoking blogs and I’ll be over for a visit soon. Grace, Cyrus

  83. nicolabosdet Says:

    Hi Dreamweaver

    I love your tale of India and joining a band of Sadhus. What an amazing experience that must of been! I’ve always wanted to go to India and visit the temples and holy places. I too share your love of nature. Good luck with this site and thank you for making the time to post comments on the Fifth Dimensional Girl blog.

    With best wishes, NICOLA

  84. irenealomar Says:

    I keep you extremely busy with all my comments but I do enjoy them so much and almost each one gets me going and I feel inspired ..so one day C there will be a lenghty one I belíeve or my poetry that I have written over 22 years from 1984 up to 2006 it we shall SEE……

  85. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Irene. I am glad that you enjoy my blog. May it be a place for like minded people to get together and share. Love, C

  86. irenealomar Says:

    congrats to you C..for the nomination..it is wonderful to see how all these good things come your way..I am rejoicing and celebrating with YOU

  87. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Marie. That is very kind of you. Sorry I didn’t respond sooner. I’ve been running a bit late. Peace and Love, Cyurs

  88. sufilight Says:

    Hi Cyrus, I have nominated you for The Liebster Blog award. Please check the link http://dancewithtruth.wordpress.com/2011/11/19/the-liebster-blog-award/

    Not sure if my first post went through…

    Much light,

  89. sufilight Says:

    Hi DreamWeaver, I have nominated you for The Liebster Blog award. Please check the link http://dancewithtruth.wordpress.com/2011/11/19/the-liebster-blog-award/

    Thanks for all you do. 🙂

    Much light,

  90. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Sue Dreamwalker. With much love and gratitude, Cyrus

  91. Sue Dreamwalker Says:

    You have permission Dreamweaver to re-blog that particular post Blessings sent your way ~Dreamwalker

  92. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Dreamwalker. Thank you for creating a beautiful blog. May the spirit of Robin Hood ever prevail. Peace and love, Cyrus

  93. Sue Dreamwalker Says:

    Permission Granted.. wishing you an excellent Day.. and I live not far from Sherwood Forest ‘Robin Hood Country’… And realised you now live in the States… Blessings… Dreamwalker

  94. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Sue Dreamwalker. I would like to post “Finding Our Sacred Centre”. I also mentioned on your blog that I would like permission to post 2 small sized images (188×268 pixels). They are the 3rd and 4th ones up from the dreamcatcher image (woman with wolves and woman with eyes closed). Gratitude, Cyrus

  95. Sue Dreamwalker Says:

    Hello Dreamweaver. Thank you for asking for permission to reblog some of my posts.. I would be happy to spread the ‘Light’ among your pages.. I would ask though if you requested which ones in particular that you would like to reblog, so that I know which ones I have given permission for..

    You have a very interesting site here… and have gathered much information..
    And i see have led a very full and varied life..Coming from the Midlands in England myself, I would be interested as to which area you originated from…
    And yes Every breath is precious and given to us by our Earth Mother..
    Blessings.. Sue~Dreamwalker~

  96. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks for commenting Matariki and thank you for your kind words. I look forward to more sharing, communicating, day dreaming and inner traveling.

  97. irenealomar Says:

    ..now doing more and more of the inner journey..which is fascinating and exciting …and we do not need to go anywhere..

  98. Matariki Says:

    Hi Cyrus
    What an incredible journey. I am glad that you found me so that I could find you.
    Lovely to see some other friends here too.
    Yes… the day dreaming …the travelling … and nowadays you do most of your travelling on the inside.
    The Rose of Tralee … I have that Irish connection too.
    Your words have such a gentle energy.
    Much Love

  99. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks 1Akabal. I loved your post “Adapting to Grace” I’ll look forward to enjoying more of your wonderful offering. Peace and Love, Cyrus

  100. 1Akabal Says:

    I loved your story Cyrus. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us and for your beautiful site. Oh, and I’m happy you discovered me so that I could discover you. ~ EM

  101. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thanks Sergio, I always enjoy your wisdom and astute comments. I think that allowing ourselves to be who we are in this moment in time is strongly tied to self acceptance. When I am able to accept myself as I am, I’m not as dependent on what others think I should be and I’m not willing to ‘edit’ myself to please others. I have no jurisdiction over what others think I should be, but I can change my attitude towards them so that I am not bothered by what they may or may not think. Cyrus

  102. sergio Says:

    Hi Cyrus, as I have said before I admire your wisdom and having the chance to know a little about you through your short bio here, now I know where that wisdom comes from. I feel I can learn a lot from your insights and this wonderful blog you created. I will visit frequently as I enjoy exploring the net and all it has to offer. Congratulations for this blog and my best wishes for the fulfillment of your heart´s quest for truth.


  103. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Christia for commenting. Welcome and feel free to visit and blog. Peace and Namaste

  104. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Ruth for taking the time to comment. I am glad you get good vibes here. That’s what it’s for. Feel free to comment or blog anytime. Peace.

  105. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Irene, for your wonderful comment. I look forward to receiving your reflections, thoughts visions and dreams. Hearts, C.

  106. irene alomar Says:

    hi dear Cyrus I am so glad you started this wonderful website..just had a quick glance to get the feel of it but I am impressed..I also like your biography interesting to see it all written out this way..I of course wish all the very very best for you and will return often and write my little reflections and thoughts and visions and dreams…LOVE IS THE ANSWER and peace is the way..

  107. Ruth Says:

    such a calming energy, here, at dreamweaver333…
    in just a few minutes, i was well and ready to start this day
    i will come back to see you more…

  108. christiacummings Says:

    Thank you for you being you : ) Namaste

  109. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Dear Courtland, upon re-reading your comment, I was struck by the wonderfully light-filled and poetic vibrations emanating from your words. Thank you for being you and choosing to be on planet.
    BTW, I love your website. I’ve posted your offering on my blog pages and would like to post some more. Hugs, Cyrus

  110. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Thank you Jean for your kind comment. I look forward to you coming back. Feel free to post on my forum page and blog pages as well.

    I am so glad you have chosen to be ‘on planet’ during this time of transition. Namaste, Cyrus

  111. Jean Says:

    Cyrus, I am delighted to read about you and to know you are ‘out there’. Thank you for sharing, and I know I’ll be back. Namesta, ~Jean

  112. courtland Says:

    LOVE Blessings Cyrus …
    THANK YOU Dear One for sharing my offering *divine disclosures* ~ this is happening before our eyes and so many are still searching for that DISPLAY ~ that GRANDIOSE Announcement … many not realizing that right before our eyes … LIGHT is seeping into the darkest spaces … bringing forth all that was kept hidden ~ and will continue to do so and be this way … the vibration of Great Spirit is penetrating and permeating Earth Mother … so says and shares our Father Sun … who continues to send HIS LOVE to HER Body Temple … through the BEAMS OF SOULAR LOVE! What a GRAND & MAGICAL Time to BE … don’t you think?
    again Thank You … and I look forward to sharing here and there!
    Heart ~*~❤~*~ Hugs!

  113. dreamweaver333 Says:

    Hello Jeff. I’m glad you like my blog. Sounds good. I’ll send you and email

  114. Jeff Stevens Says:

    my friend
    I met you on Lightworkers ( jeffchef2)
    i really like your website – i feel a great connection!
    i do numerology.
    i hope we can connect some day

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