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instinctual
Posted 5/28/2008 11:40 AM (#6044)
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Hi everyone- I thought I would start a separate post for our group effort on Sunday- Tracy- hope that's ok- I just can't seem to find where we started in the threads ( der)

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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/28/2008 11:52 AM (#6047 - in reply to #6044)
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Macchu Picchu, PERU Astral Travel Adventure!!

Astral adventure, meditation adventure. Let's meet at this sacred site.

Sunday, June 1st. 10:00 AM Pacific Time

It will be 6:00 PM in the U.K., Midnight in Japan, and 6 Am in New Zealand

It will be 1:00 AM Eastern, 12:00 Central, 11:00 Mountain in the U.S

If you cannot make the exact time, no worries, the astral planes are not limited by our conceptions of time and space. The Winter Solstice just passed in Macchu Picchu, the time of the Light is returning!

Machu Picchu

Thanks! Let us know if you are planning to be there!

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instinctual
Posted 5/28/2008 3:15 PM (#6049 - in reply to #6044)
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Oh, so excited!!!!! I'm there with bells on...What an awesome opportunity, Ms. Tracy..yay!
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Posted 5/28/2008 4:31 PM (#6050 - in reply to #6044)
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I hope I can make it! =)
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sunflower
Posted 5/28/2008 5:20 PM (#6051 - in reply to #6044)
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hi all,looking forward tremendously to sunday,like a child,i,m so exited,got it in my diary,and am reading up and preparing,ha!ha!,sound like a scholkid don,t i,i am putting my all into this,heart and soul,so looking forward to see how it goes,feeling very positive about it,okay,i,ll keep popping in,see how many join in,thanks instictual,tracy,molly b,love to you all xxx
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/28/2008 5:54 PM (#6052 - in reply to #6044)
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It is exciting! I think the photos are already helping to orient me to the place. I can feel the sharpness and clarity of the intention.

Molly, don't worry about the exact time. You could actually do a meditation tonight and we will hopefully be aware of you on Sunday!

There was a student report on Astral Projection who said that he actually moved himself into multiple (3) astral bodies and met himself in the astral planes! We are already there!

I am also preparing and studying. I plan to clear my space with sage, find a few crystals to assist, and meditate beforehand. Any other suggestions?

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instinctual
Posted 5/28/2008 6:20 PM (#6053 - in reply to #6044)
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The reading you are doing, Iris to learn about it is awesome, you have such pure intention...sometimes I want to reach into my computer and just hug and hold you!
Tracy, you too! And sage is an awesome idea!!!! As well as the meditation and crystals. I to am going to use sage, I do have a nice crystal of choice, and I will probably take a cleansing bath with epsom salt, cayenne pepper, just a pinch ( careful you have no open cuts if you choose to do this..OW but using that was recommended to me when I got my first Reiki attunement to remove toxins and promote purity of thought )- and maybe some lemon verbena oil....laughing here- salt, pepper, lemon- sounds like a nice salad dressing to me.
I cannot wait to "talk" afterwards with everyone about our experiences.

Love to All!
Lor
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instinctual
Posted 5/28/2008 6:25 PM (#6054 - in reply to #6044)
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Oh Sorry, it actually sent fast today...Molly...Hope to see and feel you there! PS: Where are you relative to Olympia? I may be heading out there next month..would love to meet up and say hi if you desired and or had the time..xo
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sunflower
Posted 5/28/2008 7:01 PM (#6056 - in reply to #6053)
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hi,all,instinctual,i echo your thoughts,i,ll send you a thought of a pink rose,a petal for your pillow,when you wake,to smell the sweetness,one for the heart,to love,and bring peace and love.Yes,i,m going crossed eyed, with the reading,ha!ha!,i get so lost in it,and can,t put it down.I have quite a few crystals around my home,love them,i,ve chosen 2,and will sprinkle lavender,and jasmine,around where i lay,i,ll also have a shower,to wash any negative energies i may pick up,whilst out during day,a thing i always do,and imagine the golden spirit light,flow over me.ha!ha!,you do sound like it a salad dressing,but a special one,made with love,luv and hugs,irisxxx
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sunflower
Posted 5/28/2008 7:18 PM (#6057 - in reply to #6053)
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hi,all,its 12-15am here,so im off to get my beauty sleep,been trying for years,hasn,t worked yet,still same old face in mirror,ha!ha!,so good,night all,look forward greatly,till the next time,love and hugs iris xxx
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 4:14 AM (#6065 - in reply to #6044)
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Think it started on the DiY chatroom. I have only just put on my picture, well, recently, and see Lori, gthat you have moved off photos ? Should I do that too then? Oh dear ... technology & doing the 'right thing' !! ...
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 4:38 AM (#6067 - in reply to #6065)
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I'm sure an astral trip might be better for M .. P ... than an actual one even, since I read that the governement were worried about over-visiting wearing it away, like our English Peak and Lake Districts ... when we were in MP there was a huge group of business folk doing some kind of mass bonding and chanting and running all over the ruins disrepsectfully, I felt .. but my old fogeyness is showing .. I did a poem there, but will only send it if folk one as I do not want to contaminate the freshness of your spiritual journeys... though may I just say, look out for the temple of the Condor (that I magically discopvered alone and by accident) and the grave of the tiny princess ...

And I feel Tracy is absolutely right, the precision of timing is unimportant, as the Eternal Self will take care of that ...

Love
Paul
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sunflower
Posted 5/29/2008 9:20 AM (#6090 - in reply to #6067)
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hello all,i,m getting confused here,i,m posting,looking through posts,no replies,and nobodys posting,make any sense,?anyway,luv and hugs to all,irisxx
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 9:21 AM (#6091 - in reply to #6090)
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Are you sure Sunflower ? I have two posts before yours, and other posts before that too ? Loads and loads of posts actually ... ?!
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sunflower
Posted 5/29/2008 9:43 AM (#6095 - in reply to #6091)
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yeh,your post say 4-14am,4-30 am,last was to mine now,which was 9-21am,oh ok i,ll just get unconfused then,xx
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instinctual
Posted 5/29/2008 9:46 AM (#6097 - in reply to #6044)
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waving to Iris....helloooooooo Iris! How's the reading coming along? I did some research last night myself...never knew half those things about this amazing place-getting more and more excited every minute!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 9:49 AM (#6098 - in reply to #6097)
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There is an interesting website, something like, http://livinginperu.com if you can find it. More about current news & current affairs.
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sunflower
Posted 5/29/2008 9:51 AM (#6099 - in reply to #6097)
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ah instinctual,at last,yeah,i,ve been still reading up,and prepared for sunday,do you know how many are doing it,luv and hugs irisxx
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 9:53 AM (#6100 - in reply to #6098)
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Also this book,

Parisi Wilcox, Joan 2001
Keepers of the Ancient Knowledge. Vega Books, London.

(there is a more up to date version, but she has a web-site, does Joan, and very nice she is too, but I cannot remember the site - if you type in the book her or name, to Google and it will come up). All about Andean Shamanism - the Q'ero peoples
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instinctual
Posted 5/29/2008 10:43 AM (#6120 - in reply to #6044)
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Thx for the site and the book info Paul- appreciated-

Iris, no, at this point I do not-the only ones committed so far I think are Tracy, you and myself...and Molly maybe..
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 10:48 AM (#6121 - in reply to #6120)
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I am minded not to deliberately set out with the intention; mainly because it all brings back too many painful, if lovely, memories, really: but do enjoy. I keep drifting back to the sea of plastic debris in the Pacific ... !
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/29/2008 12:06 PM (#6132 - in reply to #6044)
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Paul, I was hoping you would be a guide, but it's okay. Actually, it is possible that anyone following this post may have a bit of a 'trippy' experience Sunday at 10 (CA time) whether intentionally or not. There is a connection here with the words, the story, the energy, the people, that draw us all together at some level. Of course, the rabbit hole goes even deeper than that.

I would like permission on that day to open a circle, calling on the directions, and the loving intentions of the sustaining energy in all its manifestation, and call your names individually (those who agree).

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instinctual
Posted 5/29/2008 12:59 PM (#6137 - in reply to #6044)
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Agreed by me, lovely and the thought makes me bubble with joy.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 1:03 PM (#6138 - in reply to #6132)
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OK Tracy, then I'll reconsider - how could I refuse? But I've already mentioned some things ...Thanks for the awesome thought anyway
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instinctual
Posted 5/29/2008 1:05 PM (#6139 - in reply to #6044)
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PJ, I share your sentiments about painful and lovely- bittersweet, really.

How those 2 words can be used in the same sentence in my opinion is the crux of what love is. You offer much light onto this thread both in a geographical and divine sense, and your love for this place and the memories of it in your heart are palpable.
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