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We, humans, are capacitors of energy. We emit that energy via vibratory signals. We even speak about our energy levels in terms of “feeling low,” or “high on life,” etc. So, even if we don’t remember the physics of being – our language describes our energy output and often reception too. For example, when you go into a building and get a chill and say, “It doesn’t feel right in here.” Or we’ll say, “this place has a certain warmth about it,” we’re referring to the energy left behind. If we go deeper – what if our mind is a receiver and our heart a CPU (central processing unit)? And what if what engages our mind causes our energy to fluctuate, creating signals that extend way beyond us? If this were the case, what if others are sensitive to the signal output and can “read” it -and respond to our vibration accordingly?

Well, it seems we do this more often than we care to admit or notice. Especially when we reach out to others to inquire about their activity. We may think no one cares about what goes on in our daily lives. But occasionally, someone will ask, “have you seen, watched, listen to, participated in,” etc… The questions seem to be more than small talk and more like a gauge to see where our lives may have intersected. Recently, I’ve noticed when I’m engaged in something that has all of my attention – I attract others who are also deeply involved with the same topic. I’ll get a phone call (yes – the pandemic has brought back phone visits), and sure enough, the conversation will turn to something I may have been reading or even thinking about. Now I have an ally in my quest.

What happens when friends or family connect with you and begin with small talk? Well, this is where reading signals come in handy. I contend that we all have the ability to read each other’s vibrations. We may have forgotten how to do so. So, here’s a trick – don’t censor yourself in the conversation. If the conversation begins, have you seen – if you haven’t, share what you have seen, read, or done. Maybe one more exchange, and I guarantee you, it will trigger why the person called you in the first place. It is there when you will soon realize that you’re riding the same wavelength or train of thought. – Now you can move forward together.

Also, here’s one more thing. I have no idea why I felt compelled to write this post, but here it is.

I’m studying 5G, Ultra-Wideband, Semiconductor chips, sensors, and the Internet of Things. I’m also currently studying kundalini and reading the “Cosmic serpent DNA and the origins of knowledge” by Jeremy Narby.

Happy Friday!


If you’ve ever wondered why “hurt people, hurt, people.” The answer is simple – closed hearts can’t create.

Creating the inconceivable and unimaginable begins in the heart. And it takes a pure heart-mind to produce a Divine creation, a something from nothing.

But a loss of innocence leaves you to wallow in despair with a broken spirit. As if the intent was to lock you in a hell that you can never depart.

But you must! Only you can free yourself.

Open minds open hearts. Heal your mind, body, and soul to create monuments of joy.

Believing is Seeing

“Sometimes things can’t be explained they just need to be believed”

Merry In-Laws (2012)

An open mind will see possibilities; a made-up mind will gather evidence for what it already believes. Sometimes at the expense of a life filled with happiness.

And such is the case in the Christmas film “Merry In-Laws.”

Peter, a kindergarten teacher, must convince his fiancee’ Alex Spencer, that her soon-to-be inlaws are Santa and Mrs. Claus. Alex is an astrophysicist trained in finding proof. But Peter needs her to believe, without reason, before his parents come to town.

But first, he must overcome his beloved’s meddling astrophysicist father who taught her that Santa Claus is a myth. Alex tries to believe. But she loses faith when her ex-boyfriend brings photographs to prove that Peter is using “my parents are the Clauses” story to hide his alleged infidelity. Unfortunately, it’s easier for Alex to believe a lie before her eyes than the truth that would leave her at odds with her father. Alex’s son, 6-year-old Max, has seen the proof that Santa is real but it isn’t enough to convince Alex. She confesses, Santa let her down when she was a child. And without hard evidence, Alex is determined not to fall for the Santa story again.

Except Santa and Mrs. Claus, played by George Wendt and Shelley Long of the long-running TV sitcom “Cheers”, are hard to resist. The two, using elfin magic, help the family, including Alex’s mother, a trained psychologist. Together they knock down the walls the family erected to keep their world orderly.


By the film’s end, Alex gets her wish of charting the Christmas Star. And in doing so, we learn it’s an open-heart that opens the mind. Only then can we see what’s hidden, but right in front of us all the time.

#wednesdaywisdom #christmasinjuly #loveoverlogic

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