Made of Starlight

Made of Starlight Written by Elizabeth A. Van Cleve Descending in to an abyss, I awoke, and it was dark; But fireflies flitted about. I laughed and danced and chased them, tried to catch them, until I tripped and fell and descended yet deeper, where it was darker. The fireflies flitted about and I cried… […]

Good Energy Verses Bad Energy

Which Wolf Are You Feeding? Many of us have heard the native American parable of the good and bad wolf within, and how we all have both wolves within and the one we feed is the one that wins. We can look at energy or vibrations in the same context. There are good vibrations and […]

The Eye of the Universe

I wanted that bean burrito with warm refried beans and mounds of sharp cheddar cheese oozing over them I craved that bean burrito topped with dollops of creamy white sourcream and a handful of salty black olives I stirred a small pot of warm the beans in mounting anticipation proud of choosing to eat what […]

Seven Ways to Harness the Full Moon Energy

  Tonight is a full moon so everything we do will be amplified. Here are some ways to positively harness the intense energy of the full moon. Take an aura-cleansing bath. Add a few drops of Frankincense and one of your favorite floral scented essential oils to 1-2 cups of Epsom salts. Place this in […]

Dear in the mist and light

The Essence of God

The Bible teaches that God is a Spirit and we must worship within our Spirit and truth. God is the breath of life; Yogis call this prana. God is neither male or female but rather energy- consciousness; Spirit is our unifying being. The Old Testament Bible forbade making images of God to worship- this practice […]

Pacific Grove on the Pacific Coast

Point Pinos Lighthouse Lunch at Victorian Corner Restaurant  We arrived around 11:30 a.m. and were seated fairly quickly. The decor was quaint and cheery. We were given two menus- breakfast and lunch. The picture shows the lunch menu. I felt a bit overwhelmed with all the choices. The waitresses were in street clothes; our server wore all […]

Frosty Thanksgiving Morning

Woke up to a chilly and ethereal Thanksgiving morning. Grabbing my camera I rushed out into the frosty outdoors.  

Caterpillar and the Butterfly

Perhaps its time to cocoon. The caterpillar slowly and laboriously rummages on the earth munching away at the green foliage, leaving its mark of destruction wherever  goes. Then one day it just stops eating and instead it anchors itself onto the foliage, builds a shell around itself and disappears. Inside the cocoon, all of what it once […]