By Roslyn Russ
When we think about a bridge, what comes to mind? A crossing-over point, an iron and steel carrier for vehicles (like the Golden Gate Bridge, for example), or a picturesque wooden structure found in some of our wonderful parks.
A bridge is a form of a conveyance between Points A & B; one that all are required to use who desire to get to “the other side”. A bridge can also be flexible in its nature, giving and bending or stretching, like the precarious suspended or hanging bridges found in some of the more remote wilderness areas.
But there is another type of bridge, besides the card game, that is. The greatest and perhaps most powerful bridge is humanity. Each and every one of us are Living Bridges, comprised of Stardust, the Elements of Nature, Mother Earth, water, DNA/RNA, and a myriad of other ingredients. We are, in essence, the “modem” or link between Heaven and Earth; moreover, we are Heaven and Earth in embodiment! More »
Sometimes the Tides Are Low
By Chris Dunmire
The irony about writing about “Going with the Flow” and not resisting our own creative nature — or life as it unfolds — is reflected in the days when it feels like nothing is flowing. Of course, even when it feels like nothing is flowing, it really is. Some people will tell you that all of life is energy — including humans — and that all energy has a vibrational frequency and is always moving, pulsing, vibrating, even when we’d swear it has stopped.
Some would call days like this a lull, recharging, regenerating, resting. Others might refer to it as low energy, imbalanced hormones, or depression. It could be any one or a combination of these things, or something else entirely. But one thing is for sure, the Tides are Low, perhaps life even feels numb. Motivation and enthusiasm wane. More »