Project Jaguar

Eco Friendly Project Jaguar in Guyana

Rupununi savannah Many projects come across my desk and of all that I’ve seen over the years, Project Jaguar is by far my favourite. Not just because Guyana is the only English speaking country in South America but more because the project is such a great idea for the region and will help to protect […]

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hacking the matrix

Mastery of Emotions

The collective and individual healing work we will need to take on to clear out fields and grid of the lower vibrations we have been stuck in for generations. In order to ascend from he lower grid we must learn the Mastery of Emotions I see people suffering from generational blocks and unconscious curses as […]

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Mastery of Emotions

Great Awakening Aftermath and Overcoming Trauma

Conspiracy theory turned out to be fact Not just one conspiracy theory but almost every one of them. Many people suffer from cognitive dissonance, as the revelations continue to horrify more and more. The great awakening is a process of recovery from a long and brutal dystopian nightmare. Overcoming Trauma is the prescription and truth […]

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Thinking tropical

Thinking in the 5th Dimension

One of the biggest symptoms of the energetic changes is Cognitive Dissonance (broken thinking). The split brain into left and right hemisphere Is brain damage and it’s a result of existing in a third dimensional reality that is trauma based mind control and dark magic that isn’t magic at all – it’s technology and street […]

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Sinners Prayer

Sinner’s Prayer

Sinner’s prayer, also known as the Salvation prayer is said to have converted people just in it’s recital, even though they were not previously believers in Christ. Some folks had no intention of learning if Jesus was the Son of God. Many had never considered if he were raised from the dead, as Christians believe […]

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Donovan Frankenreiter Big Wave

Big Wave by Donavon Frankenreiter

Donavon Frankenreiter From the first strum to the last note, Donavan Frankenreiter had me as a lifetime fan. I might even say that “Big Wave was my favourite song of all time. Once you try this man’s tune on, you may become hooked and learn that he’s been cranking out great music for over two […]

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Mustang Sally and the Pony of China

The year was 1969, my Dad’s friend was the proud owner of a new Mustang GT Fastback. We had the most amazing ride along Skaha Lake and the memory has never left me. At 8 years old the love of cars is already ingrained, we had Hot-Wheels miniature model cars of race cars. Ford Mustang […]

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Girl in a Wetsuit statue, Stanley Park

Girl in a Wetsuit

Girl in a Wetsuit Girl in a Wetsuit is a life-size 1972 bronze sculpture by Elek Imredy of a woman in a wetsuit, located on a rock in the water along the north side of Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Every day, rain or shine, I stop my bicycle on the 10 km ride […]

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Hummus from The Nile

Chickpea or Garbonzo Bean and the Best of Both

Hummus and Pita bread was my first introduction to the humble chickpea. As a young man I travelled to Whistler for spring skiing and the favourite new discovery was Greek food and especially Hummus and Pita bread. When I think about it, this was my first foreign food aside from fake Chinese. Even sushi was […]

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Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness

Wisdom is all we need to Find Happiness

We are all involved in the pursuit of happiness, whether we like it or not. From our first step to our last breath, we are in the process of manifesting happiness, or in the pursuit of it. The Pursuit of Happiness is an essential human right. Both Confucius and Socrates insisted that well-being and personal […]

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