Showing posts from December, 2022


  Coexist To exist at the same time or in the same place. (of nations or peoples) exist in mutual tolerance despite different ideologies or interests. People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness. Just because they are not on your road does not mean they have gotten lost  - Dalai Lama Learning more about each other is a great way to coexist. For you all here tonight watching you might see other friends watching have made friends because of watching this show. You are coexisting, you are learning about each other. The more we learn the more we are able to appreciate each other and overcome our fears of what we don’t know.  Fear is the absence of Love - it keeps us in a place of ignorance.  We learn to accept others and different situations by experience and knowledge, learning.  Acceptance is a way to Grace. There was a lady candlemaker at the last event I did. She made excellent candles and I referred her to Spirit Fest. She said she couldn’t do that show

Sacred Sites - Glastonbury, Somerset, England

Glastonbury, Somerset, England What this site offers -  heart Centeredness entrance into the Earth’s Heart Chakra Connection to landscape energies Understanding of the vast cycles of time Acceptance of change and evolution Access to the continuity of all life There are several sacred sites within the town of Glastonbury. We are going to talk about each one.  Glastonbury has been inhabited since neolithic times, a time when people started being more domestic, farming, less hunter gathering. They are creating home and community at this time.  Glastonbury Abby was established  circa 712 reestablished 1539 Founder - King Ine of Wessex The Abbey was founded in the 8th century and enlarged in the 10th. It was destroyed by a major fire in 1184, rebuilt, by the 14 century Glastonbury is one of the richest and most powerful monasteries in England.  The Abbey was suppressed during the Dissolution of the Monasteries under King Henry VIII of England.  Through out history Glaston