REPLAY LINK for Patricia Cota-Robles and Jacklyn Johnston Interview and guided meditation

I hope you will enjoy this inspiring message, meditation and invocation from Patricia Cota-Robles. The interview is wonderful to listen to . The meditation begins at 48 minutes.
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This is the link for the FREE REPLAY of the Activity of Light and the Celestial Sharing that Patricia Cota-Robles and Jacklyn Johnston participated in on Pentecost.

You may download this REPLAY for FREE and have it available for your service to the Light whenever you feel the Heart Call to do so.

On Pentecost we were joined by Lightworkers all over the World and together we formed a Chalice of Light through which the Holy Spirit, Our Mother God, Baptized Humanity and ALL Life on Earth with the Sacred Fire of Transfiguring Divine Love.

This rare frequency of Light has been permanently secured within the Divinity of every person’s Heart Flame by his or her I AM Presence. As we listen to this REPLAY and focus on the Love of God now blessing the Earth and ALL Life evolving on this Planet, the Baptism by Sacred Fire that we received on Pentecost will exponentially expand and expand. Through this Gift of Divine Love from On High, with every breath we take, the Light of God is now increasing in our Earthly experiences moment by moment.

KNOW that YOU are the Open Door that no one can shut and, for that, our Father-Mother God and the Legions of Light are Eternally Grateful.

Jacklyn Johnston and YOU AWAKENING

If you would like to have access to the enlightened teachers and mystical information Jacklyn presents on her wonderful Online Broadcast YOU AWAKENING, please click on this link and register.


God Bless You,

Patricia Cota-Robles
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The information in this sharing is being given to Humanity by the Beings of Light in the Realms of Illumined Truth. The Divine Intent of these celestial sharings is to encourage, empower, uplift, and inspire Humanity by allowing us to see the bigger picture during these wondrous but often challenging times.

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This Week in Ashland at The Historic Armory and The Haven: Community Healing and Wellness through Universal Indigenous Wisdom by Navajo Ceremonial Lineage Holder, Patricia Anne Davis, MA, ​Choctaw Navajo/Chahta Dineh


One of my favorite teachers is in Oregon this week!

Originally posted on Native American Concepts:

After a lifetime of serving through ceremonial healing and teaching, traveling to 9 countries to share this gift, Patricia Anne Davis is delighted to make her first major appearances to Ashland, OR this week.

PAD With Headdress0516151020Due to a recent health emergency, Patricia’s major Ashland event is a last minute surprise booking for Sunday, May 24th, 12 5pm at the Historic Ashland Armory. She will still be holding her previously scheduled engagement at The Haven in Ashland on Friday, May 22nd, 6 8pm. Both events are by donation.

The Armory event will offer two main time slots with differing areas of focus on Sunday.

12-2pm will be all inclusive focus of life affirming, win win Indigenous wisdom.

3 5pm will focus on veterans of war, people struggling with addiction, and the teaching of balanced relationships.

2 3pm will be potluck, mingling, and tea ceremony. Everyone is welcome to all parts of the…

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Somewhat Occasional Cloud Newsletter

Somewhat Occasional Newsletter
The atmosphere and its phenomena are everywhere, and thunder rolls, and rainbows glitter in all conceivable situations, and we may view them whether it may be our lot to dwell in the frozen countries of polar ice, in the mid climate of the temperate zone, or in the parched region which lay more immediately under the path of the sun.

[Thomas Forster, Researches About Atmospheric Phenomena (1813)]

Dear Karah Pino (Member No. 7972),
Welcome to our Somewhat Occasional Cloud Newsletter. We are very pleased to report that our society now has 38,096 members in 94 countries.

Jon Stewart Buys Farm to Help Animal Victims of Cruelty; Top 10 Good News of the Week!

"Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after another." – Walter Elliott
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Translation of the concept of “compassion” from the Navajo language


Patricia Anne Davis has affirmed my understanding of life in so many ways, her insights are always astounding and humbling.

Originally posted on Native American Concepts:

“There is only oneness in the spiritual realm where we cannot be separate or disconnected, thus compassion is a living word that affirms our interconnection with creator and creation and each other in the oneness of the spiritual universe.”

The word “compassion” can best be translated into English using the word “proxy” meaning that another person can experience another person’s experience because we are all related by our inherent divinity given to each person equally. It is an all-inclusive experience where there is unity in the natural order and everyone is interconnected.

Therefore, our spiritual work in ceremony can be done by proxy when sitting for a loved one and this process offers healing to all who are commonly afflicted. This is how our personal work is amplified and exponential. The wellness restoration template for our personal experience of healing is already built within us and within the spiritual realm…

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Preschool Land Art Class in the Arboretum with Artist Karah Pino

I had the wonderful opportunity to spend an hour making Land Art with preschoolers at the Fiddleheads Forest School in the Arboretum with my son’s outdoor class.

The excitement of their motivation to make these works and their careful placement of objects was so inspiring!

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Less Stress, Better Work, And 6 Other Ways Meditation Can Transform Your Life

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Left Brain vs. Right: It’s a Myth, Research Finds

by Christopher Wanjek   |   September 03, 2013 12:21pm ET published in Live Science

An artist's depiction of the human brain.

The idea that one side of the brain is dominant is a myth, researchers say.

It’s the foundation of myriad personality assessment tests, self-motivation books and team-building exercises – and it’s all bunk.

Popular culture would have you believe that logical, methodical and analytical people are left-brain dominant, while the creative and artistic types are right-brain dominant. Trouble is, science never really supported this notion.

Now, scientists at the University of Utah have debunked the myth with an analysis of more than 1,000 brains. They found no evidence that people preferentially use their left or right brain. All of the study participants — and no doubt the scientists — were using their entire brain equally, throughout the course of the experiment.

A paper describing this study appeared in August in the journal PLOS ONE. [10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Brain]

The preference to use one brain region more than others for certain functions, which scientists call lateralization, is indeed real, said lead author Dr. Jeff Anderson, director of the fMRI Neurosurgical Mapping Service at the University of Utah. For example, speech emanates from the left side of the brain for most right-handed people. This does not imply, though, that great writers or speakers use their left side of the brain more than the right, or that one side is richer in neurons.

There is a misconception that everything to do with being analytical is confined to one side of the brain, and everything to do with being creative is confined to the opposite side, Anderson said. In fact, it is the connections among all brain regions that enable humans to engage in both creativity and analytical thinking.

“It is not the case that the left hemisphere is associated with logic or reasoning more than the right,” Anderson told LiveScience. “Also, creativity is no more processed in the right hemisphere than the left.”

Anderson’s team examined brain scans of participants ages 7 to 29 while they were resting. They looked at activity in 7,000 brain regions, and examined neural connections within and between these regions. Although they saw pockets of heavy neural traffic in certain key regions, on average, both sides of the brain were essentially equal in their neural networks and connectivity.

“We just don’t see patterns where the whole left-brain network is more connected, or the whole right-brain network is more connected in some people,” said Jared Nielsen, a graduate student and first author on the new study.

The myth of people being either “left-brained” or “right-brained” might have arisen from the Nobel Prize-winning research of Roger Sperry, which was done in the 1960s. Sperry studied patients with epilepsy, who were treated with a surgical procedure that cut the brain along a structure called the corpus callosum. Because the corpus callosum connects the two hemispheres of the brain, the left and right sides of these patients’ brains could no longer communicate.

Sperry and other researchers, through a series of clever studies, determined which parts, or sides, of the brain were involved in language, math, drawing and other functions in these patients. But then popular-level psychology enthusiasts ran with this idea, creating the notion that personalities and other human attributes are determined by having one side of the brain dominate the other.

The neuroscience community never bought into this notion, Anderson said, and now we have evidence from more than 1,000 brain scans showing absolutely no signs of left or right dominance.

Anderson said he wasn’t out to do some myth busting. His team’s goal is to better understand brain lateralization to treat conditions such as Down syndrome, autism or schizophrenia, where the left and right hemispheres have atypical roles.

So, should you trash your app that tries to determine if you are a left-brain or right-brain thinker? Both sides of your brain, as well as neuroscientists, say yes.

Christopher Wanjek is the author of a new novel, “Hey, Einstein!“, a comical nature-versus-nurture tale about raising clones of Albert Einstein in less-than-ideal settings. His column, Bad Medicine, appears regularly on LiveScience.

The Art of Chess: Playing with Fire – a personal collage for Valentine’s Day

A humble man playing with Fire overseen by the intent eye of Gaia

Collage by Karah Pino 2015

Collage by Karah Pino 2015

This collage represents a lot of my personal history.  I was on the chess team in grade school, making it to the state championships in my 6th grade year.  I used to blame my dad for my obsessive game play, but I eventually recognized that while he did introduce me to the game, he certainly didn’t make me play 10 games a day with my brother or team mates.  I loved to play.  Winning was nice, but mostly, I enjoyed an interesting game.  It was my first form of meditation and mental training.

Later, after I abandoned the dreariness of early college science classes for the playtime of Art, I discovered the power of fire through blacksmithing, eventually taking an apprenticeship with Stoker Forge in Santa Fe, NM.  This 6 months was a whirlwind of intricate metallurgy and oozing black mucous from the smoke of the coal forge.  It was during this time I played and won my final chess game with an overzealous intellectual from the Los Alamos National Laboratory.  I say it was my final game because I decided then to abandon zero sum games entirely.

My father bought my son a beginning chess set for his 4th birthday and he pulled it out recently.  I showed him the basics of the game, how the pieces are set up, how different pieces move and how captured pieces are removed from the board.  Mostly he enjoyed the clacking of the pieces interacting directly and the game quickly devolved into a melee.

Throughout my life, I have always had a deep connection with the Natural Order of life on this small blue green rock floating in space.  While I have a deep faith in the powers of human creative ingenuity, I have watched for 4 decades a continuing pattern of destructive decision-making perpetuating suffering for the living beings who dwell in this place.  It is troubling and confusing.  And yet, with the training of Vipassana Meditation and QiGong, I am able to come into contact with the miracle of peace and love that emerge between the dysfunctional thoughts and actions of my fellow man.

When we play with the spark within our own hearts, we are in perpetual collaborative game of life.

-Karah Pino

Celestial Grace – A soul collage of light and hope

Dancing Between Dimensions

Collage by Karah Pino 2015

Collage by Karah Pino 2015

Celestial Grace

I am the one who is illuminated by celestial grace, bounding between the stars.

What I give to you is the freedom to rest in trust of the majestic structure of the divine universe.

What I want from you is to joyfully surrender to the cosmic joke, dancing between dimensions.

How you will remember is by noticing how the light shines from within the weightless space between.

-Karah Pino