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By Dayvid Clarkson

      Nov 26: A spiritual journey is never easy, as it is fraught with detours and pitfalls. It takes patience and perseverance as we seek our own truths. The journey is also exciting and exhilarating as something deep inside urges us on.

      I ask that you are mindful this is your journey do not compare it to others or try to live the paths of others. I do not speak to dead people, I do not see auras, I do not astral travel, and I do not sit cross-legged to meditate.

      In this day of social media, everyone has advice, how to lucid dream in seven easy steps, ten easy exercises to cleanse your chakras, twelve health changing foods, and ‘back handed’ spiritual messages. I simply ask you to awaken in the morning start where you are, use what you have, and just move forward. vThere are no measurements of how far along you are or how far along others are; it is not a race. Please know there is at least one other person who understands.

      Sleep well, dream deep my Friends. Humble bow, Dayvid

      Nov 27:The windsong carried me along this eve. Grand Mother Moon gently chided me to wash behind my ears so I could hear the silence. The sound between the whispers quickened my heart. A sense of accomplishment filled my soul.

      Yet I don’t know what I accomplished. I pause and quietly look around trying to see what is not there. I talk in riddles to myself; yet I know, surely I know. Surely I know.

      The mist draws about me and I am ready. It is time, it is time. I shall venture forth to see the new day but take time with the night. For at this time and in this place a peace shall surround me and I will share with all. This is our time.

      Sleep well, dream deep my Friends. Humble bow, Dayvid

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