Ah, the beauty of new beginnings. That’s April!
This month we talk about the necessity to begin from the right premise. That we are all one. That we can stand within the center of the circle, or the center of the pause. That we can and must “see” much more than meets the eye.
We also cover the number twelve in great detail, the collapse of the wave function, and what Mad Bear taught Del.
Plus, the hawk, the east, the event horizon and black holes, Taiji, and the somersault into the inconceivable.
When Del and I began this series on the months, we started with April, a perfect place for new beginnings.
Our intent was, and is, to expand the framework of Perception and in doing so, reveal more proof that we are all One.
Del begins this podcast with a discussion of 3 different kinds of symbols. A great place to begin as we shift the story together.
Show Notes – Episode 43
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Helpful BooksThe Tracker – Tom Brown
Help with intents: The Intent Course: Say Yes To What Moves You (The Shift Series)
Help With the different modes of perception:Living In Grace: The Shift To Spiritual Perception (The Shift Series)Dancing the Dream: The Seven Sacred Paths Of Human Transformation Medicine Cards: The Discovery of Power Through the Ways of Animals Spirits of the Earth: A Guide to Native American Nature Symbols, Stories, and Ceremonies Sacred Path Cards: The Discovery of Self Through Native Teachings The Thirteen Original Clan Mothers: Your Sacred Path to Discovering the Gifts, Talents, and Abilities of the Feminine Through the Ancient Teachings of the Sisterhood Earth Medicine: Ancestor’s Ways of Harmony for Many Moons Other Council Fires Were Here Before Ours: A Classic Native American Creation Story as Retold by a Seneca Elder The Sacred Path Workbook: New Teachings and Tools to Illuminate Your Personal Journey
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