How I Survive the 'Dark Days'

Submitted by illuminator on July 8, 2018 - 11:32am

I recently received an email from a dear, immensely talented, nymph-like, ✨Divinely inspired✨ friend, which I posted, along with my reply, on the Illuminations Facebook page.

She wrote:

Dear Louise,
How are you faring in these troubled scary times? What are you doing to stir up courage and love? It is a challenge to be here on this earth plane right now. Sending you lots of love dear friend—connecting with those dear to me is part of my survival plan.
Hugs
Maria
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My reply:

'Retrocausality'

Submitted by illuminator on June 19, 2018 - 4:55pm

Quantum physics principles are often way over my head, but I like to explore ideas that relate fo my work, particularly those involving 'time-travel.'

Here's an interesting principle:

RETROCAUSALITY means that, when an experimenter chooses the measurement setting with which to measure a particle, that decision can influence the properties of that particle (or another particle) in the past, even before the experimenter made their choice. IN OTHER WORDS, A DECISION MADE IN THE PRESENT CAN INFLUENCE SOMETHING IN THE PAST."

How to Let Your Spirit Lead the Way!

Submitted by illuminator on April 11, 2018 - 12:11pm

I'm hearing that some clients are feeling crunched for time, given all they're needing to accomplish within a short period. I offer them a technique I've used for years, a way to move forward — in the flow!

Let's say you find yourself passing by your desk on your way to the kitchen, excited to try a new recipe, or perhaps you're heading to the workshop to continue with a project. You spot all that unfinished business taunting you — bills to pay, calls to make, whatever needs your attention — but your heart's simply not in it. It's not the time! Your spirit is pulling you elsewhere!

RENEWAL! (Happy Easter / Happy Passover!)

Submitted by illuminator on March 31, 2018 - 11:00pm

When my two children were growing up, every morning I’d go into each of their rooms to wake them up for school. Tiptoeing over to their windows, I'd open the blinds, and then exclaim — “OHHH!”

“WHAAAT?” they’d ask, sitting up, trying to focus their sleepy eyes.

“OH, MY!” I’d say, looking out — “WE’VE BEEN GIVEN ANOTHER DAY ON PLANET EARTH!”

“Ma-ummm!” they’d reply, sliding back down into their beds, pulling their cozy comforters around them.

These days, I greet MY mornings — first thing!— by expressing that same proclamation:

"THANK YOU FOR ANOTHER DAY ON PLANET EARTH!"