Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 25

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Logion 25: Jesus said: Love your brother as your soul; watch over him like the apple of your eye.



  • Brother: The language back then probably needed to be a little sexist for people to be able to hear it.  So, could be a few things, I think: Literal siblings or soul siblings. Back in those days when people became Christians they were called brothers and sisters, right…?
  • Watch over: keep them as safe as we keep ourselves.
  • I read into this some sort of message that keeping each other on track with a loose, guiding hand is part of our task as humans.



Jesus wasn’t Christian and Christianity didn’t exist back when he was teaching.  He always thought he was reforming Judaism, his own religious tradition. Yes, however, Judaism of his time was very patriarchal, hence the sexist language.  

But notice what he is…

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Sacred Spirit of Australia

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Sacred Spirit of Australia, By SunBôw

What a wonderful and powerful blessing we had today to meet Uncle Wayne Thorpe, Elder and Cultural Custodian of the Gunai People, who came here to do a ceremony to bless our Rainbow Serpent pilgrimage starting in a few days. We were painted with white ochre from this land, ceremonially cut on the shoulder with a piece of green obsidian vitrified by lightning to do a blood offering as our pledge to respect the law of the land, and were allowed to do our songs and ceremonies on Gunai lands.

Uncle Wayne also shared with us treasures of knowledge about ancestral lore, history, language and sacred ways. He will contact all the tribes he knows and let them know about our quest to restore balance, he will ask all the mobs to send healing energies to Uluru while we will be there in the…

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Solstice Meditation December 2019

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Greetings dear LoveLights  🙂

A warm welcome to all joining in this meditation circle for the first time, and gratitude always to everyone anchoring Universal Love into this Earth plane. We have a Solstice meditation through December 21-22 (depending on your timezone, check here for exact location times, if you feel called to do so), with a Golden, Blue & White Light theme for this Solstice alignment. This energy carries right through to the Christmas Solar Eclipse on December 25-26, with a powerful New Moon for planting Ascended Earth energies and visions for 2020.

We’ll post another meditation for the Eclipse, but for now, let’s bring all our highest Unconditional Loving focus into this December Solstice, anchoring the Blue Ray of Divine Will, the White Ray of Purity and Ascension, and Golden Ray of the Universal Divine Child through our beings and Gaia’s light-grids, in…

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Gospel of Thomas with Doug and Noa: Logion 23

Building 4th Cosmic Christ

Logion 23:  Jesus said: I shall choose you, one out of a thousand and two out of ten thousand, and they shall stand as a single one.


Noa:  two as a single one is here again.  unity, kenosis. But also, it seems like “they shall” is referring to the one and two thousand not the one and two out of them.  I see some kind of larger reference to the whole of humanity becoming one. Conscious unity of us all in some way??


Doug:  In order for Jesus to create the collective transformation of his religion, Judaism, and later he learns that his mission is for the whole world, he had to start somewhere.  One person here, two people there…. When those people from their different communities experience the kind of rebirth that happens from heart-field living, they go back and the fire of love spreads. …

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Fear and Floating in a Flemish Forest

Stories from the Wood Wide Web

To be a guide is more than a job. It is a calling. And with callings for other ways, these seeds of wisdom I am collecting offers a path for continuously learning and growing into a life in which we can fully embody our mission: to connect people with the land, the others and themselves. While I learn more and more, I feel I am getting more comfortable in trusting the forest and even walking in dark forests. Last month, I was walking for twenty minutes alone in a dark forest, looking for the accommodation where the first forest bath weekend in Belgium would start, and I felt no fear. But as we grow and learn, it means we have to encounter our fears, anxieties, our edges. In that same weekend, I talked with another guide, with more experience, that there is one forest where I still get…

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Secret Space Program/Nazi Eugenics/Operation Brain Drain/MK Ultra Techniques/Ascended Abilities Disclosed in the Netflix Show ‘Ascension’


I did a lot of research for this particular piece so forgive me if it goes on for a while. I was searching for a sci-fi show to watch and possibly do an analysis on and got an immediate hit when I read the synopsis for a show one can find on Netflix called ‘Ascension’. Although their synopsis is a bit incomplete, I will be sharing my own.

As an added synchronicity, I started this research about a day and a half ago as of the time of this writing. And when I went to check the QAnon posts I saw they were doing a Q&A. During this Q&A it was revealed that secret space programs do indeed exist and that we are not alone:



Let us not forget the fact that the military intelligence community works directly with Hollywood on countless types of shows and movies, some of which appear…

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11~11 Gateway Meditation

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Greetings dear LoveLights  ❤

A warm welcome to all joining in this meditation circle for the first time, and thank you to everyone anchoring Universal Love and, as we come into this year’s 11~11 Gateway, which aligns with a Transit of Mercury and Full Moon, the Silver Flame of Transcendence. From a subtle perspective the Earth’s vibrational field is now brimming with Silver Light, the grace-filled frequency of Transcendence of all limiting energies, influences and imprints, opening the way for maximum reception of this 11~11 Gateway’s highest divine potential.

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From our Earth view, Mercury will be crossing in front of the Sun for about 5 hours on November 11th…and Mercury in its fully unveiled soul expression, anchors and radiates pure Silver Light, the vibration of Divine Grace which transcends all limitations and non-benevolent etheric/psychic/astral influences.

The Silver Soul Light of Mercury opens the way…

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More Amazing Street Art

Mitch Teemley

Temporary, permanent, sweet, shocking, whimsical, thoughtful… Art can be anything, I think, except boring. And while a picture may be worth a thousand words, it is much more than mere information. It speaks to a different part of our selves. Art is more of a waking dream than a speech, and it should never be simply “understood.” It should be felt, intuited, in short:  It should be experienced.

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“If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.” ~Edward Hopper

“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” ~Edgar Degas

“Life beats down and crushes the soul. Art reminds you that you have one.” ~Stella Adler

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” ~Henry David Thoreau

“He has made everything beautiful in its time. He…

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Lunar Samhain Blessings & Offerings

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“Each person who follows his or her own light is a light in the web.  When what we do grows out of inner conviction that whatever it may be that we choose to do in a moment or in our lifetime is meaningful, there is soul in the choice.  Who we are inside needs to find authentic expression in how we live.  The love we feel for what we do brings us joy.  The belief in the capacity of the human heart to love in spite of the expressions of despair and hatred that we see happening keeps that light glowing.  It has to do with keeping faith; to believe that we matter and can make a difference, or even act as if this were so until it becomes an inner conviction…


Within ourselves and in the world, there are cynical forces that try to snuff out the lights–to make…

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What Is It About Doorways?

Mitch Teemley

What is it about doorways? As surely as doors have handles and hinges, they have feelings attached, as well. Wonder. Doubt. Hope. Fear. No doorway is ever just a doorway. It’s an opportunity or an obligation. A way into someone else’s life, or a return to our own. A beginning or an ending.

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“Every doorway, every intersection has a story.” ~Katherine Dunn

            “Enchanted worlds still exist because the child within us never dies.              The doorways may be more obscure, but we can still seek them out.” ~Ted Andrews

“Look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else.” ~Tom Stoppard

“If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things…

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A Culinary Herbal…

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Culinary herbs are the herbs I use the most for cooking, growing and remedies. I would be lost without Rosemary, Thyme and Sage, and they are so familiar to most people, that often they can be overlooked as great medicinal plants.

Culinary herbs, as well as adding depth in flavour to our foods, have many rich and diverse medicinal properties, below are some of the properties of my favorite herbs and how I like to use them, which is always really simply.

Sage; the king of the antibacterial backyard herbs, sage is perfect if you have a virus, and will help clear chesty coughs. The easiest thing to do with sage, is to drink a warm tea of fresh or dried sage leaves at the first sign of a cold, or a bladder infection. You may want to sweeten with honey – it doesn’t taste great.

Rosemary; possibly…

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Questions about Meditation

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Questions about Meditation.

From a reader:

You were saying last time that you went into the forest to meditate; I know quite a bit about meditation in particular the one they practice in Thailand which is “Vipassana” but what I would like to know is when you meditate yourself how do proceed? Are you using mantras or are you repeating a sentence or sentences? I need to know if you’ve received some advice from Kamooh about meditation. If it’s to long to write it down I’ll not mind calling you. I need your opinion about this as soon as you can.
Merci Thierry

Reply from SunBôw:

Meditation is addressed in Book 2 and 3 (of The Sasquatch Message to Humanity).

There are many ways to meditate, depending on the needs and situations. The first technique I learned is the silencing of the mind consisting in clearing the mind from…

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Animals: What are They Thinking?

Mitch Teemley

Have you ever wondered what animals are thinking? More than we realize, actually (see facts after pics below). What’s up with these guys?

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Did you know that…

  • Cats imitate crying babies, called “solicitation purring,” in order to get food or petting, knowing that humans consider it more urgent than regular meowing.
  • Dogs prefer to do their business facing north. They can detect Earth’s magnetic fields (magnetoreception). But why?
  • Cows face north or south when they graze. Like dogs, they have magnetoreception. Think of it as GPS (Grazing Positioning System). But again, why?
  • Koala fingerprints are indistinguishable from those of humans, and have sometimes been confused with human prints in break-in investigations.
  • Crows are tricksters. A Swiss Zoologist observed a crow punking a more dominant raven by pretending there was cheese in an empty container, then sneaking…

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Eliza Waters

Flower arrangementThe red maples (Acer rubrum) seen above are starting to show their signature colors as the cool temps of the past couple weeks have brought us an early fall, but luckily, no frost. We officially celebrate the Equinox today, ushering in autumn. However, Nature has given us a short reprieve these past three days with highs in the 80sF (upper 20sC). A cool front passes through this evening, so we’ll be back to more autumnal temps tomorrow.

My favorite aster (also seen above lower right), the lavender Heart-leaved aster (Symphotrichum cordifolium) is peaking and I used it as a base for today’s arrangement in my vintage Art Deco vase.

With the garden still producing lots of annuals, I’ve added purple Angelonia (A. angustifolia), Zinnias (Z. elegans), pink and white Spider Flower (Cleome hasslieriana) and perennial pink Phlox (P. paniculata) and a few Christmas fern fronds (Polystichum acrostichoides).

Another simple…

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Damson Jam

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We spent a wonderful day picking fruit at a Pick Your Own fruit farm. We had baskets full of damsons, strawberries and a few green beans. The site that we visit, is old and quiet, lots of trees and birds. It has a gentle, stillness.

Last year I burnt my damson jam, so this year I was determined to get it right….and I did!

Here is the recipe I used, it has a much reduced sugar content from many jam recipes you will see, but the jam has ended up being much more tart, which I really like. We did stone all the fruit beforehand, manually – there is just no easy way around it.


  • 1.5kg Damsons (stoned)
  • 900kg Sugar
  • 400ml Water
  • A good sprinkling of cinnamon


  • Cook the damsons in a preserving pan with the water gently for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Then add the sugar slowly…

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Desirelessness & Karma Yoga

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“Insight shall always expand in harmony with continuous effort; patience, determination, persistence and positive mental attitude effort are all comrades of timelessness, working together as one team, creating an eternal motion of ‘Cosmic Consciousness’, a dimension where effort becomes effortless, and desire becomes ‘Desirelessness’, and determination becomes Karman, and persistence becomes Karma. In this field of existence Peace becomes more peaceful, Love becomes lovelier, Freedom flows knowing no limits, and God of Creation merges as one with those spirits who live its essence.” (i)

(i) Source ‘Eternal Life’ by A.I.





Desirelessness does not mean eliminate all desire. It simply means eliminate negative desire. And replace it with wholesome desire.

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Desirelessness within self.

“The ‘Reservoir of Cosmic Consciousness” replied Alien, is the link between all dimensions. All dimensions draw their expanding insight and contribute new awareness…

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A Simple Ritual for the Autumn Equinox

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The Autumn Equinox is the gateway to the Autumn and Winter. It is the time in the year when we give thanks to the beautiful sun, and the rich earth that have provided endless harvests over the summer months. I feel blessed to live in a Country that has such vivid seasons, they keep us moving forward and remind us gently that nothing lasts forever.

I like to keep my seasonal rituals simple, so here are a few ideas of how to say your own thank you to the wonderful sun and our beautiful earth…

Gather any of the below items to make a small ‘altar’, you can also make an incense to burn from the ideas listed, or pick some herbs to dry to make a smudge stick. I like to try to be outside for the sunset on the equinox. Have a small fire, somewhere safe, the back…

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AMERICAN PIE – What’s in your slice?


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The sixties was a turbulent time with many attacks on America’s youth from within. Drugs, sex and rock and roll were the weapons. Saul Alinsky’s rules for radicals were an easy push to youthful heads that were rocking higher than a kite. The same heads that relentlessly pushed and pushed and made their way to govern in powerful seats, little by little taking over DC, Hollywood and beyond with a powerful weapon that would be used to touch deep into the soul and mind – psychedelic drugs with a promise of a commune utopia, full of peace, love, flower power (whatever that is?) and doing your own thing, accompanied by MUSIC.

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Many warned of the blindness of glittering stars of “fame, fortune and stardom” in the eyes of hopefuls easily led down the yellow brick road. From the Clintons to the Fonda’s and those that can’t be seen.  America was…

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Wood weaving & forest bathing in Nagano, Japan

Stories from the Wood Wide Web

Last weekend, I co-organised a trilingual forest retreat weekend in Nagano, Japan I helped to organize. Yes, trilingual 😃. At some point I was mixing Japanese, Spanish and English 😅. On the program we had wood weaving, yoga, core tuning, hot bath (onsen) and the forest therapy session – which I guided. We stayed in a 200 year old wooden house. Japanese style in the countryside. It has an irori, a sunk fire pit in the wooden floor. In this blog I will share some impressions about wood weaving and forest bathing.

FT8 This forest weekend retreat was hosted by the yoga studio Mind Body Space in Nagoya.

Wood weaving

Hinoki is one of the most elegant types of wood in Japan. This tree is a type of cypress that is considered sacred and only grows in this part of the world. Hinoki has been used since ancient…

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When the blackberries hang
swollen in the woods, in the brambles
nobody owns, I spend
all day among the high
branches, reaching
my ripped arms, thinking
of nothing, cramming
the black honey of summer
into my mouth; all day my body
accepts what it is. In the dark
creeks that run by there is
this thick paw of my life darting among
the black bells, the leaves; there is
this happy tongue.

By Mary Oliver.

Artist Valeriane Leblond.
Text and image source: Snowwolfs Woodland Nook on Facebook

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Smiles always win the day

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Let’s be honest—life in Africa can be tough, really tough.

In the course of our travels, I’ve met people who don’t have jobs but who want to work. Others have been employed, but don’t have enough money to send a brother or sister to school. Some find it hard to look after a parent who is blind or unwell. And way too many are generally unwell.

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There are people who have lost family members to AIDS or horrific road accidents. We came down a mountain road to find an overturned/crushed ute (pickup) that had been fully loaded with passengers. It had toppled over a missed curve. Hard to believe that anyone survived.

Yet, in the face of all this hardship and heartache, Africans still manage to smile.

So this post is about the many smiles we saw this year. As I go back through photos, I’ll probably find more, but…

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Rosemary ‘to remember’ Infused Oil

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Rosemary is one of my favorite herbs, and it has a lore stretching back to the ancients, so maybe it is fitting, that more than any other this is the herb of ‘remembrance’.

It is such an attractive plant, with long, slender limbs of the darkest green, and delicate, pale blue flowers that the bees absolutely adore. If anyone has a large rosemary bush in their garden, you will know well the smell on a hot summers day, as it releases its essential oils into the air – it is truly magical. It is what I imagine ancient Rome smelled like, I am not sure why!


Rosemary has always been used when events needed special remembering and so it is associated with birth, weddings and deaths. Guests at weddings could be greeted with a branch of rosemary and the famous herbalist Grieve talked of it being weaved into bridal bouquets…

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Birding and Chasing Here and There…


This is a down period between my 50/50/50 trips which will not resume until I head off to some of the prairie states in September.  While not as goal oriented as in previous years, I have been filling in some Washington species not yet seen in 2019 and also chasing some special birds hoping to add to year or life lists for either Washington or the ABA area.  There have been some disappointments and some very happy successes.

On June 23rd, I had a chance to add Heerman’s Gull to my 2019 lists visiting the fishing pier in hometown Edmonds where they visit each summer.  Bonus photos were of a pair of Marbled Murrelets, one with a small fish in bill.  Not really a chase – just some nice birds.

Heerman’s Gull

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Marbled Murrelet with Fish2

Two days later there was a chase.  Cindy and I went over to Sequim to…

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Trees Provide 5D Activations Of Our Sacred Humanity

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By Jelelle Awen

I’ve spent so much glorious time connecting with nature and Gaia in the last few months, filling back up again after the long winter months spent indoors. The big, ‘ancient’ (at least to our 3D timeline, up to 1,000 years old) trees have been huge teachers for me. With each one that I’ve touched, as my flesh meets their bark, whether clear or moss covered…I feel a reunion and a remembrance. 3D filters these magical BEings as ‘just trees’ and I’ve watched as so many people stopped to ‘take a selfie’ with them yet never extended their palms to actually take in their energy or wrapped around them to get a wonderful tree hug.

As I was communicating in light language with my palms facing flat on the bark of a particular chatty Douglas Fir in a popular grove here on Vancouver Island, I could feel people…

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Summer Bubble & Squeak

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I love to find recipes that use what I have growing seasonally in the garden, and at the moment I have a crop of potatoes, kale, fresh herbs and a few peas and beans. My peas and beans have not done well this year at all, and seem to have been a target for every slug and snail in my garden. My herbs have also had a bit of munching from my rabbit who escaped his run…he was absolutely delighted when I found him knee deep in basil, parsley and coriander, he gave the chives a miss.

This is a wonderfully versatile recipe, based on a bubble and squeak, and you can mix and match some of ingredients as below…you can also play around with the quantities, which is great if you have an unreliable crop like me.


  • 500g potatoes
  • 250g cabbage/kale/spring greens etc
  • 3 Spring onions
  • a giant…

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