AUTUMNAL EQUINOX IN AACHEN, GERMANY 1

I’ve never made a bucket list, but if I had one, visiting the Cathedral at Aachen, would be near the top.  I learned about it over 30 years ago in Jean Houston’s Mystery School which I attended in New York.  She lectured about it’s importance as the seat of the […]

The author enjoying a quiet moment

After the Gong Bath

MASTER TEACHES CARDIFF THEOSOPHICAL GROUP 2

Every day on this venture angels appear to take care of us.  Last Saturday, Alexis, a VFF student from Wales drove us across the magnificent national park called Brecon Beacons.  It looks very much like Colorado above timberline and it was so wonderful to see the local people out in […]


HOSTED BY THE RED-HEADED GODDESS IN WALES 4

This trip seems to be moving very fast!  It is difficult to convey to each of you the intensity that is apparent in Glastonbury.  It seems as if everything here is amplified: both the light and the dark.  I have always had amazing serendipitous experiences there, along with some physical […]

view of Wye River from B&B in Wales

ruins of glastonbury abbey

GLASTONBURY, YESTERDAY, TODAY, AND FOREVER 2

This afternoon we arrived in Glastonbury and it really looks very much the same.  Soon after we negotiated the very narrow and very steep driveway where we were directed to park, we started walking about the town.  Almost immediately countless old memories started flooding my memory bank with many past […]


EXPANDED CONSCIOUSNESS AT 36,000 FEET 4

Ever since I can remember, I have always been thrilled by flying.  Last night, on my way to London, I found myself reminiscing about my very first flight to New York City when I was about 7 years old.  It was a totally different experience then, as everyone really dressed […]