A Moment’s Glance

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I saw a lady with no hair showing from a crocheted hat at the store.  She was at least ten years younger than me.  I recognized her flair for color and style similar to mine.  Was she a cancer patient? I wondered.

Perhaps she wondered the same thing about me.  In my curiosity, I must have held the glance a little too long. as our eyes met in this quick passing moment.  A minor little social mistake similar to that when you run into someone in a isle because you were not paying attention.

This was different. The moment was a flash, and in that particle of a second there was something familiar, I was looking at myself, unguarded..  We both knew we had much more in common that we would have chosen.  It was awkward, embarrassing and painfully invasive.  Yes, she was a cancer patient.

Anne Carlson

Reflections from a pond

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I’ve been reflecting on what I have learned about my visit to a place an hour and a half away called Montezuma’s pond.  This has attracted national media coverage and professional divers.  All have eventually been turned away through unexplained mischief or sightings of warrior ghosts warning them to stay away.  There have been many odd deaths around this project, the most recent, only a few years ago was the landowner, a man who was a close friend of two people I know quite well.  One of which never returned to the ponds after his own ghost warrior siting.  {http://ahistoryofmystery.com/secrets/montezuma-aztec-gold/}

Other than being an intriguingly interesting story,  what has lingered with me, is the vastness of unknown mysteries of the spirit world with which we all return to.  All I have is little clues, like random puzzle pieces, with not enough for the whole picture.

Those that manage to get a message from Heaven, it’s always the same.  “It’s more beautiful than you can imagine.”  It’s just indescribable.

I guess I’ll just have to trust that they are telling the truth.

Anne Carlson

 

Took the Scenic Route

Had a great time today, my friend Kathy Pace took me on a road trip. 17.4.20

We drove through Zion National Park

as well as many local sites.

Its nothing like hearing about the events first hand.

We have it on good authority that just behind us is where Montizuma’s treasure is hidden.  Many experts and treasure seekers (including a friend of mine) have been turned away by visitations of Spirit Warriors telling them it is not the right time.

Fortunately they didn’t mind us stopping by for a quick photo opp.

Anne Carlson

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Enjoy the …

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My goal with chemo has been just to get through it.

Well, frankly, that goal is beginning to bore me.

While waiting to see what this new brand of chemo is going to do,

Maybe its time to give consideration to what I can glean out of the present time.

or simply said, enjoy the journey.

Giving that some thought.

Anne Carlson

 

Lying to children is Dangerous

Lying to children about fake things like fairies  to build their imagination is dangerous.

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In my opinion.  It looks like fun for parents to play out their own fantasies with their children, as in this video where a mom creates a fairy door for her young daughter, http://bit.ly/2oqu3B9. I strongly disagree with this.

Parents are the child’s reality check, and lying destroys a child’s natural born intuition.  It teaches the child to trust what the parent says and override their spiritual discernment.

One day that “uh-oh” feeling could be the only barrier of hesitation when the “nice” man comes along and says, “Get in my care and help me find my puppy.”

I’m not against inspiring imagination.  Children’s wonderment is limitless if supported.    Provide materials for them to work out their own creations not someone elses.  Let the child build their own fairy world and explore their own rules.   Example:  http://bit.ly/2oqHq4e

Anne Carlson