Before we begin, and I rip the lid off your most cherished knowings about how things are around here, I think it fitting to celebrate by rocking out.
Matthew Sweet’s first album “Girlfriend” is, for me, so heavily keyed, like a few other collections of music. The music, the artist, the sound and message of the music is not only elevating me, but reminding, teaching and seducing me back into memory which applies specifically to the here and now.
I listened to him intently and relentlessly, right around the time The Teachers blew in. This song has been repeating in my head lately, and, listening to it today like I enjoy best, on my bed, hands clutching over-the-head headphones, rocking and belting out with the singer, I thought, “Wow, of all the songs in the world, I think this is the one I’d like to have playing during the eclipse on Monday.”
My hunch is the eclipse will pass for us as it will for many, in silence the body insists upon, and the mind gladly agrees with. But, if there were a soundtrack, this would be in the top ten choices, at the least.
Take a listen before I blow your mind.
This is a stunning Cap Stone to a lifetime’s body of work.
I speak for roughly 15 minutes, and it really is some wonderful stuff, to see the ease and comfort shining through.
Then there is a channel from my usual channeling place, a place I reach with ease, eyes open, but which leaves me, often, with a fuzzy memory (or at least it used to.)
This video ends with an EXTENSIVE and, I think, explosive channel from the Sanat Kumara Group. It is simply fascinating information. It brought me all the way home.
Sure, I guess I still have questions, and there are still questions without answers, and answers without questioners, but what I am living out is extraordinary, unexpected, familiar and brand new. I felt it appropriate to share my wonder joy and information with you as it is given to me.