A Native American view

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Essential Oil Hair Detangler

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Have you been looking for a natural and effective alternative to commercial hair detangling sprays? Well, we have the perfect solution for you! This essential oil detangler is easy to make and works great for helping you comb through tangled hair without the pain!



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Depression and Spiritual Support

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

You might know someone who suffers from depression, and if you do, you probably know that life’s a struggle for them. As hard as they try, they can’t seem to overcome the harshly negative thoughts and feelings that swirl deep down, and they basically have a little bully in their mind that won’t go away. You might try to help them when the bully surfaces and does its damage, and you might succeed for the most part, but it’s sure to surface again another time soon.

The best thing we can do for a depressed loved one is to be there for them, and we don’t want to do or say anything that could cause them to spiral back down (or fall even further down if they’re already low). We don’t necessarily have to walk on eggshells, but we do want to…

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RT 6-30-15… “It’s official: New York bans fracking”

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frack_not_10fracking_New_York_bans_rt_150630This is the beautiful (to me) result of what we all did in late 2013, during the “Turtle Island Journey” mission at the Finger Lakes. Many, many awakened BEings have been a part of this.

Congratulations, New York State, and those who supported this.


It’s official: New York bans fracking

New York State officially banned fracking for natural gas by issuing its final environmental impact statement, concluding a seven-year review. The environmental agency said fracking posed risks to land, water, natural resources and public health.

The release of the environmental impact statement on Monday concluded seven years of analysis by the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). It first issued a moratorium against fracking in 2008.

The agency received a staggering 260,000 comments over various drafts of its environment impact statement. In 2009, more than 13,000 public comments were made on its draft. A revised draft issued in 2011…

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Benjamin Fulford 6-29-15… “Greek Domino falls, China moves in to pick up the pieces”

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benjamin_fulford_ottowa_senators_shirt_78For myself, a very instructive posting by Benjamin.


Greek Domino falls, China moves in to pick up the pieces

Posted by benjamin, June 29, 2015

So, it has finally happened, Greece has shut down its banks and imposed capital controls. And so the dominoes start to fall. This is only the first act in a grand opera that will continue to unfold in the coming months. To try to guess what is in store for the European Union, it is good to take a look at how the fall of the Soviet Union took place. The fall of the Soviet Union began with a widespread sense of dissatisfaction with the government among both the working class and the elites. This gave birth to strikes and demonstrations in Poland that led to the fall of the Polish government in June of 1989. In November of that year the Berlin wall…

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Office of Poofness 6-28-15… “New World Coming”

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poofness_office_of_156Finally got this one up. I’m basically doing a “post like a machine” dance for now, until I return fully to this planet, in this dimension (currently, still the 3rd).

The highlights below indicate that, yes, much correction and upward movement is occurring.

Music video and lyrics at the end.

[Poof] “It is often the darkest times in one ’s life that leads one to either choose to give up or choose to pursue a course of action that one would not ordinarily have chosen. That is where you are now… in spite of all of this, you’ve held on. Continue. Do not let go.


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Corey Goode and David Wilcock on Open Your Mind Radio 6-28-15 [now with UPGRADED MP3]

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david_wilcock_corey_oym_150628[The original show MP3 was upgraded by volume-leveling a bit and amplifying. I may make multiple parts of this after I’ve rested for a bit.]

Found this at Corey’s FB page. Apparently there will be a YouTube of this available soon as well. For now, I’m just posting the player.


Download Upgraded MP3

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Where Have I Been? Where am I Going?

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I also have been feeling drained, and in the midst of great change.

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After spending 24 hours with Lydia (in blue) and Rose (in pink) at a house right on Kealakekua Bay, and swimming off rocks and feeling at one with ocean, I’m feeling extremely drained and in a place of renewal energetically.

I’m in bed now. And not sure when next post will be.

Massive transformation. All I can say.

Aloha until the next post,

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a link, a show, Susan Kennard The Amit Kainth Show

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Weekly Newsletter: A Long Creative Journey

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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I wrote the following for the one hundred and fifty-third issue of The Culture of Awareness Weekly Newsletter, which you can subscribe to for $11.11 a month via PayPal (the subscribe button is at the bottom of this post) or via check/cash (head herefor more information).

Income from the newsletter helps my family and I get by and ensures I can continue to offer free content, and every subscription is appreciated.

When we discover our passion (or passions), we begin a long journey of commitment and expansion. It isn’t always as easy or free-flowing as we prefer, and there will always be challenges we can’t seem to get past and disciplines we require along the way. Ultimately, it’s a process that teaches us about ourselves and how we can expand our abilities, and while it can be uncomfortable, it gets easier as…

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