Jan 08 2015

If you can create tapestries of emotions or experience – when somebody says I want to be happy; happiness isn’t something you get, it’s something you earn. Every time you’re happy, remind yourself. That’s one tapestry. The next time you’re really happy again, bring these two tapestries together. And the next time, until you create a whole blanket, a quilt, then you have joy on a regular basis. The part of your being that you’re beginning to dive into is a complete blank canvas. That black void; it’s a room of complete darkness. In reality the room is not dark, but that’s how your mind perceives it so we’d overlook it. When you are experiencing this moment of connection, silence, or knowing you are in the vast void, that is one tapestry, one square.

Nov 11 2013

In the last year there have been a lot of changes. There’s a massive shift your spirit has been crying out for for centuries. And a lot of people are now on the brink of tremendous change.

Sep 13 2013

Your sustainable energy of the future – your soul. “you already have years of wisdom, intellect, intelligence, Consciousness, awareness, and connectivity behind you, start using it instead of using your mind and emotions.”…“Go soular!”  I love this play on words from Dr. Williams. The following text is an excerpt of the Akasha’s Den lecture July, 2013 by Dr. Williams, a spirit entity coming through the body of deep trance channeler Bart Smit. His words are global, and at the same time so personal… inspirational… “Go soular!”

Jul 09 2013

The last time Bart and Dr. Williams spoke at Akasha’s Den they shared some of their wisdom about living, dying, evolving, transcending… not necessarily in this order… maybe…

Nov 13 2012

Part 2 – Pathway to self-realization are transparency, vulnerability, and love.

By the time I was 8 years old, I was sold 12 times as a slave. My faith in humanity did not exist. My faith that God was watching over me had been destroyed. The food I ate was so sparse and sporadic that my body could barely grow properly because of malnutrition. My innate ability helped me to survive and sense when a master was either going to beat me or make me work until exhaustion would make me hit the ground. As a young man I’d not only lost my connection to my family, I’d lost my connection to any dignity, sense of self-preservation, or security. I had been raped from every dignity in the world. Through constant deterioration psychologically, and the endless

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