Sunday, December 9, 2018

Our Health Is Our Wealth...Our ill health is their wealth

Hi, I think what I would do, is give the benefit of the doubt to the tried and tested vaccines. Like with Polio, I would check that the vaccine is the same as it was when first devised, not a modern version, then look at the history of side effects recorded. Then look at the need for it; the prevalence and other founding factors to polio, to establish the risk and need at this time, in this context and the particular child and then say yes or no.  

Since I've been reading a little on HPV I've learned more basic concepts about how vaccines work, how they are trialled and how the results are recorded. The principle of injecting a micro version of a serious illness to trigger a reaction in the immune system is a massive stress to the body and massive unknown quantity as to how each body will respond, short and long term, so I'm completely against routinely vaccinating babies of 2 and 6 months old unless they're really in the firing line amidst an epidemic or major return of the illness in their peers. 

To use a horse jumping analogy, Isn't the key to hold the reins, analyse the 7 points, including your approach, your take off, look at the landing and your chance at getting away intact and weigh things up. 

I'm for decision making, choice and personal responsibility. 

Don't fall for the black and white thinking that the government would have us; some anti vaccination loonies versus some responsible pro vaccine citizens and professionals. We must not let ourselves to blinded to the valid questions, arguments and considerations around our health or, by mistake,overlook the changed motivations of politicians and medical producers. There is now a very sizeable amount of money, industry, jobs, agreements tied up with it rather than well wishes. 

Our health is our wealth...Our ill health is their wealth!!
In America, pharmaceutical companies have an overt mission statement: Have every citizen on an average of four prescription drugs, from cradle to grave. And now those pharmaceutical companies are moving here to Ireland. Wooing the government with money and jobs, testing on our animals, way beyond the regulations on misery you're allowed to and now pushing their sales targets. Meanwhile, we're still thinking well if the doctor says it's a good idea, we better had better do it.

Saturday, December 8, 2018

When Simon Says 'Give the HPV vaccine to boys'...the game's not funny anymore

Now this is what I call violence ...or abuse of power at least.

When people in authority pressure ordinary people into allowing the injecting of their children with vaccines with dangerous side effects, to please the pharmaceutical companies - set to profit massively from their nationwide sale. 

Meet Your Maker...or rather the HPV vaccine maker, Merck

Merck who devised the HPV vaccine were welcomed to Carlow, as an employer, while in America they were facing over 800 lawsuits against them for tragic results of this vaccine. Just think about it, it doesn't add up. 

The vaccine is supposed to protect against cervical cancer - boys do not have a cervix, it is part of the uterus! 

Think about the tests that vaccine has gone through. How many 13 year old girls have they tested it on with a view to their being sexually active and with the caveat that the protection only lasts for five years, until they're 18? None. Not one. Not recording the debilitating symptoms of many girls on the trial

How long has this stuff been on the market? 

What has it been made of? Just tap in to google 'vaccine ingredients'. Notice Mercury, the second most poisonous substance on the planet. 

Vaccines might have been a God-send back in the day when doctors took the Hippocratic Oath and prescribed to their best abilities but nowadays consultants are sponsored by pharmaceutical companies. Political parties are sponsored by them too. It is very big business. 

Tap into google too, 'What is the situation in California with vaccines'. A compulsory programme of 40 something vaccines for every citizen or they are not allowed to be employed. And the doctors are cast out if they don't insist every patient gets the full quota of jabs. Do some soul searching and consider is this happening for the good of the people's health? 

Also have a look at the side effects. 

Again, I'm not saying distrust the medical profession (like I do now) or believe every conspiracy theory (like I do now!!!) but please please please do your research and make your own decision so if the veritable s*** hits the fan and your precious kid is affected, you can handle it better. Blame is barely a second best to prevention.

Who do you empathize with and why?!

Who Was I In A Past Life?

I did a meditation two days ago and had the insight that I had been a farm animal in 3 previous lifetimes and a slave in 6. This is what has given me the empathy for animals and people in powerless situations. But we have all been around the block, known fear and all beings tremble before violence. 

The Skill of Self Mastery

On the positive side, the greatest achievement in life is to live harmlessly. It shows that you can overcome your appetites and habits and not yourself stay a slave to society or the norms of your past.

Consider The People And Animals In The Supply Chain 

God bless all the pigs chopped into hams, all the bullocks chopped into steak and mashed into burgers and all the turkeys with their insides pulled out and breadcrumbs stuffed in. Sorry fates in anyone’s book.

Vegan Christmas Alternatives 

I for one have been busy with killer alternatives. Nut loaf with cranberry sauce, mince pies and brandy butter, chocolate truffles, millionaire shortbread, banoffi pie, tomato soup, pizza. Because I don’t heat my dishes above 50 degrees, you can taste every ingredient in all its glory. All veggie, no dairy, eggs, honey, fish. Any substance that someone else was enjoying before I came along, I try and leave it with them. I think it’s a good rule of thumb.

Explain Yourself Only To Those Who Are On Your Level

I met a lovely old man the other day and we talked for ages. When I said I was vegan, he said ‘oh no, not a violent vegan I hope?’ I said I thought vegans were the least violent as they don’t like to harm a fly and use humane mouse traps etc. He said, you know like a vegan who tries to persuade other people to go vegan! I’ve been thinking since does that make all TV violent? All internet? All shops?

Don't Let Anyone Sell you Anything

They’re all trying to get you to do something, buy something. They’d like to persuade you of something and gloss right over the details of the repercussions for yourself and others. You’re just part of a supply chain.

What I’m asking you is to NOT do something. Not do anything without thinking about it first and deciding if it’s something you feel genuinely good about doing. Be a nonconformist. Don’t give a damn what others think of you. All that matters is what you think of you.  

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Identifying and Clearing Residual Anger that could turn toxic otherwise and most probably has!

It was an interesting day for energy clearing yesterday. I have met with a bit of disrespect recently and found that I had no idea how to defend myself. I can never work out quickly enough what bit of anger is justified, which bit isn’t and how to express it or let it go. On further attention, I remembered that anger was not allowed in our house, growing up. No one raised their voices and the general rule of thumb was that if you haven’t got anything positive to say, don’t say anything at all. 

My bro and I at a not at all angry moment it looks like!

But, if every time you think of someone a wave of mixed emotions sweep by, stifling your good feelings and even your energy, that is not healthy and, in an important way, it was me doing it to me! I was allowing hostility and hurt to shut me down. So I identified that there were 7 categories and they emerged thus:
1)  Anger stored in my body
2)  Anger persistent in my thought
3)  Anger from when I was a child
4)  Random anger aimed at me for being female, having an English accent etc. 
5)  Righteous anger – being angry on someone else’s behalf, like about the exploitation of animals or treatment of people.
6)  Justified anger aimed at me plus me feeling bad about it for too many years!
7)  Unjustified anger aimed at me plus confusion as to how to respond.

It took ages to clear actually, a whole drive to Clonmel and back, in fact. I had thought I was going to pick up K rend coloured plaster, but the shop was shut early. Sometimes you need that time on your own in the car to deal with other stuff. Feeling very blessed today to have a clean slate, no judgement and no fear of reprisal either!

A good way to feel grateful for the person you've become


Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Ambient Roadside Diner for Harmony Hall?

Most of my paintings are up with these two beautiful people

in their wonderful cafe in Bray!  
The Kitchen Cafe, Dublin Road, Bray

Happening upon these photos of the exhibition opening and dinner, for PAWS, that I did there, got me thinking about a roadside diner at Harmony Hall. I thought of doing everything people fancy, in a veggie organic styles.

Like organic chips, breakfast rolls, coffee, cakes etc. or more of a chinese take away without the mysterious ingredients! Or maybe pursue my dream of promoting the merits and wonders of raw food or maybe a 'mainly from the polytunnel and new greenhouse' theme or maybe a piano bar, to fine tune visitors back to insane levels of health and resonance. Anyway, there's a building there now with serious insulation and a beautiful stove, so that's the ambience sorted. The rest will no doubt follow!

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Meat, plastic and two pesticides - Ireland's Diet

Two things I don't eat - animals and sugary parasite and cancer inspiring birthday cake...although I loved the gesture and the pigs liked it a lot!

Legend smiling his broadest smile as he eats his half!

So it's hard to believe that we are having a referendum on blasphemy which will essentially make very little difference to anyone and not having a referendum on the use of animals in industry. The latter making all the difference in the world to million of animals, fish, birds and wildlife caught up in food, dairy, animal testing, research, clothing, entertainment. You name it, they're in it being ...choose whichever term you like... 'bled dry' or 'completely milked'.

Let's ask the people of Ireland what actual harm to others they want to participate in and what they want to legislate against. A little bit of objective information would go a very long way. 
What I do eat! Organic aduki beans, brilliant for the kidneys , epic rocket salad from the polytunnel and a squeeze of lemon and of course able cider vinegar and organic olive oil...which are good for everything else. Basically you can squeeze lemon on any meal and step it up a great deal on many levels!

The following was the referendum I drew up three years ago: My concern is for the treatment of animals and respect for nature. 

Even today there was an exciting call to action, to go vegan as the only way to stop climate change

Then there's the health argument: Go vegan because dairy and processed meat both cause cancer. Our local heart surgeon, Michael Conway, at St Luke's Kilkenny proposes a 'veganic' diet. Obviously, to me combining the priorities of vegan and organic: No animal proteins and no chemicals.

Something else I eat - roast usually - and also work at at the moment!  Wow, they're a cheerful colour. I say thank you to each and everyone I meet on the conveyor belt. They seem to like it and roll around for joy!

Today, they're also talking about banning one use plastics and people from 12 countries were all found with plastic in their stomachs. And don't forget every vegetable that does not say 'organic' on it, has been sprayed  countless times with pesticide - Round Up or something else. It kills the insects that we need for pollination and it accumulates in the body, disabling our enzymes and causing intolerances and then cancer.

If you're interested in religion and blasphemy, I even happened upon a great new book, looking at how the different faiths tell us to treat animals. It's pretty clear that that is going to be with a lot more respect than the dire conditions and treatment of the factories and some farms and the surplus - calves to dairy, dogs bred for testing only. All to never see daylight, but kept alive for a while anyway.

However, if you want to talk about blasphemy do...nothing else of important to ask the country about. No! Nothing at all!!

First Handbook of Religion and Animal Ethics

First Handbook of Religion and Animal Ethics
The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics is delighted to announce the publication of the first Handbook of Religion and Animal Ethics. The result of more than five years of research, the Handbook comprises thirty-five original chapters by leading world scholars.

The first part provides an overview of fifteen of the major world religions, and the second features five sections addressing the following topics:
* Human interaction with animals
* Killing and exploitation
* Religious and secular law
* Evil and theodicy, and
* Souls and afterlife.

Published by Routledge, the Handbook shows how insights from the major religions of the world can inform a compassionate and respectful attitude to animals. The volume is edited by the directors of the Centre, Andrew Linzey and Clair Linzey, with contributions from more than ten Fellows of the Centre.

The Linzeys commented: “At long last, students and scholars have an authoritative reference work to stimulate new thought on this much neglected topic. It will serve the increasing number of students who are taking courses in Animals and Religion.”

Please recommend the book to your university or college library.

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The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics ( aims to pioneer ethical perspectives on animals through research, teaching, and publication. It has more than 100 Fellows drawn from a variety of academic disciplines from throughout the world.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Architect Michael Rice on Reframing

Architect Michael Rice on reframing 

Be it timber, mental or emotional

Whether you have a home or not, you can make a start. Everyone who comes to Harmony Hall breathes a sigh of relief and feels a sense of excitement. They compare the big windows with their wee cottage portholes or narrow town house outlook and think they could never have this. That is not the case! 

Vesica Pices geometry at work

The perspective, energy and proportions are absolutely transferable! Michael Rice who specializes in 'creating a space of beauty and truth' can help. He designed this place and I’d recommend running any house plans past him before you build. The changes he will suggest will be subtle but make the difference between you creating a life of accord or discord. 

 Reconnection and Resonance

But also, he is well able to shift the energy of an existing place with his artwork; he can help you represent your adherence to the principles of nature, simply with images and even rebalance your relationships and make them more authentic and connected that way. 

Goodness knows, every other aspect of life, work and society is so divisive these days. I think you’d be mad not to tip away at making your inner space and home intact and a positive place to be. Working with him this week, he challenged me on my mental and emotional associations. Without realizing it, I had allowed some negative associations masquerade as mindfulness and so I was able to let them go. Such is the power of clarity and remembering that all reframing is to achieve proportion and ‘a harmonious relationship between the parts and within the whole’ as Alberti wrote.

Friday, July 20, 2018

Hertz are the number of vibrations per second.

 I didn’t know until this week what hertz were. I knew that they were a measurement for the strength of an earthquake. From space clearing and the energy work, I knew that a home should register between 4 and 7 hertz but that many houses were off the richter scale and up in the 700s. I had found that any geopathic stress over 300 hertz was quite possibly life threatening. It was also obvious that we are so hardened and used to brazening it out, in the face of electro magnetic charge from appliances, cables and wifi signals that we can endure a lot more than before. 

But at what cost? I could mention learning and developmental difficulties, anxiety and physical illness but these are the higher-end tensions where we’ve ended up. Actually, it’s the lower register I’m interested in. The whole magnitude of our subtle energy bodies has been distorted: Intuition not engaged and emotional guidance system skewed. 

That is why I encourage you to come over for some fine tuning! Instead of the enforced 440 hertz that you’ve been dealing with in music – however heart-centred and skilful the musicians might be – here we have 432 hertz. I had the piano tuned down using the twelve-tone equal temperament tuning and an even temperament seems to be what can now be guaranteed. No more drama or bad feeling, a genuinely new dawn.  One of the things the piano tuner observed was that he found the new base notes ‘non comprehendible to the human ear’. That reminded me of something I read about the 432. These tones and this numerical code to reality were not of human agency.

Who better to celebrate these new base notes and possibly beat them at their own resonant game than David Corley! Who better than Chris Brown to raise the consciousness further. I’ll have to wait and see tonight what frequency the Stephen Stanley band and Hadley McCall Thackston are vibrating at. From their recordings though, I’d say epic. 

They’re playing Waterford and Kilkenny tonight and tomorrow but the big day here is Monday!! 7.30pm Hope to see you here! 

Monday, July 16, 2018

Can Gentleness Be Overrated? Today, I think not!

 There has been overshadowing of my spirit this week but I’ve written about that in very small print above – inperceptible to the naked eye I hope - and now will persevere in telling a different story.


I had done a very good job of hardly drinking any alcohol over the last two months. I didn’t like the balakans that it let into my aura – dark entities that embed plausible but demoralizing thoughts in your mind that quickly depress the vibrancy of all your cells, from head to toe. Also I was on a pretty successful health drive, no bread, no crisps or processed sugar and taking a full complement of supplements in case I was called upon to do something heroic. 

However, I found that one or two drinks really fuelled my feng shui reshuffle over the couple of weeks. I painted the gate, the low wall, the front door, I got my paintings back and up, I moved the piano, I forged a path into the office. The long sunny evenings and a glass of Guinness or whatever I had making the jobs fifty thousand times more enjoyable. A real occasion. It came to an end, when I was down at the plaza (the 24hr garage where I go on line – no wifi mayhem for me at Harmony Hall, thank you!

It was like divine intervention. One friend rang and said pick up a couple of beers and meet me in the woods for the surround sound Dark Side of the Moon experience. I hadn’t even drunk the beers, I had just taken them to the counter and they had already disorientated me. I left my laptop on the array of chocolate bars and went home. Three whole hours later, I at last wondered where the laptop was and raced back down to see if it was stolen or rescued by staff. Not only was it there, safe and sound, but I bumped into another friend who said that there was to be an end of term concert on Friday – four days later. 

The concert
Typical me, I picked up the pendulum and asked, should I take this opportunity to get the Chopin Nocturne up to the best I can? Yes. How many times would I need to play it in order to carry it off? 45. So that was the end of the boozing and dancing and writing and gardening, it was simply play, practice, repeat, study, experiment. I played it with the intention of heart and that was quite beautiful, like melting icecream. I played it with the intention of accuracy and that really stepped it up a gear. I tried also consciousness and unconsciousness and the latter was far superior – the conscious application, I had given the piece, moved to a new realm of presence and familiarity and left out all the conscious thoughts that used to trip me up, like ‘this is going well’, oh no, this bit coming up is difficult, I hope I do it justice’ etc.

I was also giddy with it, the idea of being able to record it on garage band as a before and after the new tuning. Tomorrow, the piano will be tuned from 440 hertz to 432 hertz but I have written about that excitement before. It also turns out that C sharp is another universally important frequency and number 272.  So playing that nocturne in the key of 272 on my 432-tuned piano is going to be a game-changing and life-changing, if subtle experience. Feel free to report back if you notice any external changes in me, or my perspective!

On the Friday, I woke up with a fraught heart. I couldn’t do any practice as I’d already bent the ear to much of my flat mate and our other friend who was staying was really holding out for the 432 tuning before being open to listening. I oscillated inside, thinking ‘it’s my house, just brazen it out’, but instead I drove to Kerry – 4.5 hrs there and longer back, with just 1hr just on Valentia. I borrowed the keys to the church, like the old days and snook in to play my piece 3 times – yes the 43nd, 44thand 45thrun throughs I needed. It sounded like the Exorcist or some such horror movie sound track on that harmonium – organ that you have to pedal to get a sound out of!! 

I played at my friend’s wedding there about 15 years ago and that’s what got me back playing. Memorably, I had rung a teacher in the golden pages and asked would she listen to the hymns and she had replied, I’d love to, I start back in September. To which I had said ‘can it be today or tomorrow, as the wedding is this weekend?!’ I was also the celebrant at another friend’s wedding there 2 years ago so the place has always been significant. Oh yes, and this is the day when I first clapped eyes on the boy who was to be my first love, when he came in to dance when they heard the organ going!  

Castlecomer Academy of Music Concert 

I arrived just as Seamus was reciting some of his poems from his newly released book about his and his family’s coal mining past. Where Seamus Walsh's In The Shadow of the Comer Mines can be found They were so moving and his voice so brilliant, I was sort of instantly gutted. 

My performance went well, some beautiful moments, nice partnership between piano and player, good walk on a long rein…etc etc (these are the comments I used to get on my dressage sheets, when I was competing in dressage on my horse so I thought I’d translate them over for the occasion!)

Then someone did an unbelievable recitation of the interviewing of ‘Bird’ by the bishop and the gardai, from The Field. So brilliant and funny and what amazing accents and ardour.

The party continued with lots of songs on guitar and some really lovely singing and the few that couldn’t sing or wouldn’t told us why and we were all grateful and highly entertained.

The Dog Adoption Day

I have been to so many animal orientated events and this is the first I think that was genuinely buzzing with adults and children, all mesmerized by the puppies and Oliver the lurcher and the whippet, the beautiful white german shepherd pup and wonderful brindle trusty hounds. People were spilling out on to the pavement and all the brilliant Protecting Pound Dogs crew were there, filling in forms and taking names for adoptive families to get ready with a home check. I asked one little family whether they were thinking of getting a dog and the woman said ‘oh yes, that’s why we’re here’. Dammit, it was so refreshing to hear that enthusiasm rather than the wiggle-out-of-it ‘oh no, one day I’d love a dog but this that and the other’ 

I held every dog and puppy in the place that wasn’t busy being cuddled by someone else and did energy healing. I cleared their past, any cruelty, near death experiences, their fears, their health issues and cleared a way forward for the forever homes, love and affection they deserve.  
Highbank Organic Orchards 
How wonderful to see Rod and Julie Calderpotts, two of my favourite people in the whole world, and drink strawberry water – the frequency of which must have been positively intergalactic, considering the topics we covered. I still haven’t told them that I want to change my name to Calderpotts as it is just the best name ever and so reminiscent of the game Cludo and so intrinsically cheerful in its annunciation!

I nearly got polytunnel plastic but instead got a thorough insight as to how the plastic must be measured for the assembly of the thing and so it was back to the drawing board to get more accurate dimensions. It is really a beautiful tunnel already. Golden mean in its geometry and good feeling scale. I always prefer these things before the plastic goes on sadly. It was actually the same with the house; I loved the starship enterprise foundations and would have been happy enough just living on that landing pad without all the faff of building a house on it.

Hothouse Flowers and The Riptide Movement

Castlecomer might not be a festival destination in your minds yet but wow, that was a great night and line up. Even the earlier bands were resonant as anything and just the right volume to enjoy sitting on the bone dry grass and chat a little first but these two bands were mesmerizing and such flipping command of their instruments. I thought Peter O’Toole, for example, the bassist was there just as eye candy perhaps but they each did a solo when they were individually introduced and what a bunch of pros! Vocal songs etc all very different but so inspired and funny and accessible. Same with Riptide Movement. I thought they might just have one or two good songs and your man’s voice might have been reverbed up during recording but no! What a good singer, lovely quality of tone and brought every new song to life right away. Every song except ‘It All Works Out’ was new to me!!  

I have finally discovered the merits of an epic DJ. Last night a DJ saved my life from a broken heart…well, that was in the olden days. This guy was catering for a new generation of people with a concentration span of 15 seconds, who crave stimulation and continual distraction from any mention of heart or connection. He would start with a tune, some old some new, just the 10 second classic hook and then descend it masterfully into a killer beat. After another 15 seconds he’d wind it down, leave everyone wanting more and mix in the next unforgettable song, again just the hook and then descend it down into another killer beat. No two were the same and no one was less brilliant and energizing than the last. It must have taken him months to put togother a set like that and he was enjoying himself too, taking selfies and snippets of the crowd and the crowd was heaving. So I learnt something, that if you get it right, you can dance for 2 hours straight, maybe 3 and still be engaged.

I also learnt, don’t wear flip flops as everyone’s too drunk to mind each other and I spent the time, trying to avoid losing a limb or toe. Not much violence, good security and only a very disturbing vodka and orange cordial drink served up at first. Real congratulations and thanks to everyone who made this week’s music and animal happiness possible, including me. On that note, I better go and feed mine, or they might start thinking about moving to greener pastures!

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Insights from the Heart of Darkness

After some lengthy dalliances into caring, gardening, dancing, energy clearing and music, I still get that what I’m supposed to be doing is writing about consciousness so here are some of my insights from the solstice this year. 

It does not honour a dead swan to involve its lost wing in a healing circle. What would a swan want to happen when it dies? It would like to be buried (immediately or over time) as acknowledgement that half its constellation is now under the skyline (this came to me after I heard the reference to how St Patrick brought the cross symbol to pagan Ireland. He pointed to The Swan constellation, which at that time of year was partially hidden under the horizon, so showed only as a simple but massively present, irrefutable and not coincidental, cross in the sky. They went with everything he suggested after that!)

I sat around a fire with kebab after kebab of venison dripping blood and fat onto the wood only a metre or so away from me – approximately one every forty minutes, for 5 hours. Everyone, even long-term vegetarians, were having some to honour the occasion. Over the hill, where the sun had gone down, there was another gathering and camp with a wild salmon to enjoy. 

I felt so depressed. There was one other who I could hear saying ‘why is it the only vegetarian who keeps having to pass this around? But I couldn’t talk to him for solidarity as, somehow, it would have been a kill-joy and judgmental to question the eating of the God-forsaken creatures. How was I so slow on the uptake that this was perfect and fitting for this spiritual gathering, for this ancient celebration and as a way of doing honour to the sacred spirit of the animals? So a few of us set off on day two and went to meditate with some critters who still had a pulse. My joy was down to 2% but I wanted to ask the living some straight questions: 

Divining For Clarity on Emotive Matters

Does it honour a dead animal to eat it? No
If it is road kill? No
If it is reared for slaughter? No
If it is sung haunting and beautiful songs to, while it is being ‘processed’?
Let’s not dwell on this word ‘processed’. Chopped up? Skinned? Marinated?
One of the girls had processed over a 100 animals in this ‘sacred’ way with singing.
But what about the word ‘sacred’? 
The deer is sacred, they said. The swan is sacred. The salmon are sacred. Well, I get a yes to that. In fact, on reflection, I get a yes to all animals, birds, fish and plants being sacred. Even stones. Maybe especially stones. 

Crystal Clear New Reality

But a ‘no’ to people being sacred. (If you have truth-finding tools of your own, just check in now and see if you get the same answers). I got that we are the ones that have lost our nature and sense of the sacred. We are the ones that the Earth has to protect every other form of life from. 

Put more simply, there is no such thing as ‘spare ribs’. Whatever creature they come from, they had just the right amount. It hurts to break a rib and I’m sure it hurts on many more levels to have some taken out. I have merely felt like a spare part sometimes and even that feeling was pretty torturous.

If you find yourself justifying what you’re doing or trying not to think about it, then you are in the realms of unconsciousness. Please remember everyone that this is how the New World Order wants you – unfeeling and unmindful…or highly emotional with only negative emotions to choose from. They want you to shut the f*** up and shut the f*** down so don’t give them the pleasure.

Control Mechanisms - e.g. the media and mediums of the internet and TV.

This is how we are fed ludicrous ideas which are sometimes adopted unconsciously, to our detriment. There has been no improvement at all in years, in that the first 'posing with a gun in an apparently positive way' was Monsanto's original TV advert for Round Up. Now the whole of the plaza (aka Apple Green garage) is trying to present petrol as an environmental choice, in the same way!    

And now this:

They're calling it a 'revolution' as well, to appeal to those attempting to even think outside the box!

Recently I have cleared the influence of these control mechanisms from my life and I highly recommend it. Admittedly the shifting sands are unnerving. I have to re evaluate my dreams and motivations constantly to check in whether they are imposters to my peaceful, effective, compassionate, true nature or necessary parts of the healing and future. I also have no one delivering mini successes to keep me hooked any more. These were, I realize, sweet nothings! Angels finding me parking spaces, bumping into friends, words of affection, opportunities to make money, people taking a momentary interest in my work…all these things were there to keep me persevering and thinking I was living in the flow and sustained by synchronicity. It was hoped that we wouldn’t notice the invisible ceiling, where all our energy, creativity and humanity were being syphoned off for misuse and to wear us out. 

Yes, it will be a process and we must remain vigilant but this is an opportunity that I think we should all take: Self referencing, independence of mind, following your heart away from violence towards what and who make you feel good. Let’s detox this emotional guidance system of ours and then follow it to the letter.  

To this end, I have cleared 800 misplaced energies from Harmony Hall and soon will have my piano tuned to 432 rather than the 440. Isn't it bang out of order that for the last 100 years or so, manufacturers have made instruments (and no doubt digital stuff as well) to produce sound at the 440 frequency? Some say it makes the sound 'brighter' but actually it is subtly abrasive and provides a pathway for mind control via the disturbance in our natural structural integrity and resonance. We have been held in a state of discord, even at our very best, but not any more. 

How does consciousness help? You can just look and see and sort out. It simplifies life and enriches it tenfold at the same time.

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Upcoming Events

 Yes, that's 23rd July 7.30pm at Harmony Hall!!! €15 Total happiness gig.


Exhibition of Paintings 

Opens on Wednesday 11th July at Graignamanagh Library. Hitting the big time now, after the brilliant 6 weeks in Castlecomer with two talks and a multitude of other developments. People are loving the chance to talk about and get back their souls. They're loving the pictures, the inspiration, the energy work and the raw desserts. Nearly everyone bought a book. So they're loving the writing too. Long may it last...or is it more of a Blake thing?

"He who holds to himself a joy does the winged life destroy. He who kisses the joy as it flies, lives in eternity's sunrise!"