Thursday, April 28, 2011
Reviewers are raving about DISCOVER THE GIFT!
EXAMINER.COM says in a 5-star review:
“Every so often, a film comes along that is not only a work of art and a labor of love, but is in its essence a true ‘work of love.’ Discover the Gift is such a film, a tale of a journey that began with a rekindling of love and then the asking of a simple, yet deeply profound question….[It] both enlightens and inspires.”
SPIRIT & DESTINY magazine says:
“This compelling and personal film is sure to be a word-of-mouth winner…. Discover the Gift follows the siblings’ [Lichtenstein’s and Aziz’s] journeys towards fulfillment, joy and unconditional love, as they reveal that we all have special gifts within us waiting to be awakened and shared. Theirs include storytelling and being visually creative. As well as their own uplifting and heartwarming stories, you’ll be inspired by the wisdom of more than 40 of today’s transformational leaders who share their experiences on finding and working with your gift.”
Discover the Gift will be included in the 2011 Awareness Film Festival in Los Angeles.
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Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Not only did Sai Baba, who many consider a Christlike figure, die this past weekend, but I just have news that an old friend, John Kimmey, has also passed. John was dedicated to spreading the word about the Hopi prophecy, and bringing transformation into reality. You can read about him at http://www.dancingawakethefifthworld.com
I wonder how the passing of people who are major light-holders actually affects the planet and those of us still here in bodies. Perhaps as we become higher frequency ourselves, we will not feel them as gone, but still radiating their essence, in perhaps an even purer way, through the earth's field, or energy body. It makes me think of the many many souls who have incarnated during this time of transition, to assist others and the planet itself, in making the shift to higher frequency awareness and energy. Surely they themselves have benefited from the focused work, but I also think about the fact that they may not be in a physical body to experience what transformation will feel like on the planet. And is that something truly desirable? Anyway. . .so my musings go. My deepest feeling is of gratitude for these lives, and the many other lives that may go unnoticed, of souls who dedicate themselves to helping the conscious evolution process. Bless you all.
Monday, April 25, 2011
If you're interested in Remote Viewing, one of the interesting ways to apply intuitive abilities, you might like to attend the remote viewing conference, which will be held June 17-19 at the Green Valley Ranch, Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada. http://www.irvaconf
Thursday, April 21, 2011
You can read the latest issue of The Intuitive Way eNews at www.penneypeirce.com/newsletters/Newsletter042211.htm
Visit the newsletter archives to read past issues (each one has a short editorial on What's Going On Under the Surface. . .) at www.penneypeirce.com/newsletterarchives.htm
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
I look around these days and what I mostly see is people looking into, or talking or typing into, lit-up screens of varying sizes. Riding to the airport on the airporter bus at 4am, my fellow passengers are checking email on their phone screens, playing music on their ipods, or loudly and self-importantly telling someone somewhere, "I'm on the Golden Gate Bridge now. Now I'm on 19th Avenue. Now I'm just arriving at the terminal." Glancing down into the commuter cars next to the bus, the passengers are texting furiously in an electronically-induced trance, ignoring their drivers. On the plane, people pull out their ipads, laptops, and kindles, and can barely be forced to shut them down for takeoff and landing. We are addicted to SCREENS.
I recently heard some radio reviewers describing a huge computer convention in San Francisco; they were talking about the new phenomenon of "3D Sound," which is different than Surround Sound. It requires large computer memory capacity and involves a way of recording sound at various distances from the body—or something like that that I don't yet comprehend. And they said, "The real Wow Factor at the show, though, was a virtual room, where each wall and the ceiling was a huge video screen, each programmed to give the person inside a vivid experience of a virtual reality.
This got me to wondering about today's "advancements" and what is to become of the generations of people who are mesmerized by these miniature, artificial "realities" and who are experiencing what some clever psychotherapist has dubbed "Nature Deficit Disorder." What is the attraction of merging into a tiny screen or projecting oneself into a 3D television experience on a giant TV screen? Is this a very odd way of seeking inner experience? Is this perhaps a technological shot in the arm, helping people develop collective consciousness by checking Facebook and Twitter all day long and in the middle of the night? I have read articles recently that tell of young people, girls especially, who sleep with their iphones so they won't miss anything that's going on with their entourage of "friends."
Is Spirit perhaps trying to get through to people, in a mass consciousness way, by directing their attention into any means of concentrating, into any means of focusing into something? I wonder why people want controlled 3D realities to project into, to be surrounded by, when they're already in the most amazing 3D reality which surrounds and embraces them totally and responds to their every thought like a supersensitive video game—their own LIFE! I was talking to a young woman at a coffee place this morning, asking for something, and she dourly turned immediately and walked into the back room to get it, never making eye contact, never speaking to me. Perhaps screen addiction is robbing people of interpersonal skills and kindness, as well as a connection to nature and life and their own deeper self? Perhaps screen addiction is a particular kind of mental training which will pay off if and when the internet goes down. Without screens, people will need to transfer their attention to the screen of what's materializing in their present moment. Or there will be the biggest global panic known to mankind, as billions of people are forced withdraw from their windows to electronic worlds.
Lately I hear the ads for ATT vs Verizon concerning new iphone coverage. ATT says they're superior because people can text AND surf online AT THE SAME TIME! Let's hear it for multitasking! People don't seem to value doing one thing at a time with full attention anymore. It's not about pacing oneself or presence, it's about speed and volume and how fragmented we can be without totally falling apart from a nervous breakdown.
How many people are sacrificing their intuition for supposed left brain speediness and the seduction of flashing lights and communication arising magically from the worldwide web? How many people have no idea what it means to be in their body? How many lack intimacy skills in person? How many are emotionally undeveloped? The more fragmented our awareness, the less able we are to access intuition. The more we're separated from our body, living from our mental zone, the less able we are to access intuition. And today, intuition is the way we are going to know what's just right for us to do, each step of the way. As the world moves more into the chaos that ensues as negativity, hatred, and violence surface, we need clear guidance from our soul, or our home frequency, which only flows when we're in the present moment, in our body, and tuned to silence. Intuition is the voice of the Soul. Several college students I've talked to recently tell me they cannot even study unless they have their huge list of music, on their mega-memory ipods, blasting into their heads.
So how about this, if you're a screen addict: leave your ipod at home, turn off your cell phone for one entire day, do one thing at a time with full attention, listen only to the sounds of nature for one hour, go somewhere without your GPS, don't take in information from screens, but let yourself OUT by making art and being creative, by using the senses you forget to notice most of the time. Try striking up a conversation with someone near you instead of looking into your phone. Don't even turn on your computer! OMG! LOL! LIL: Life Is large!!!! It may be a positive sign, though, that we seem to be evolving from the "i" generation (ipod, ipad, iphoto) to the "wi" generation.
copyright by Penney Peirce 2011
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Join Penney Peirce and Host Rhonda Hohmann on "The Soul Knows," on Contact Talk Radio, live at 1pm PT Apr 20, and in Seattle on 106.9 HD Ch 3.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Join Penney and Hosts Meredith Smith and Gillian Holloway on Flash of Spirit, on Sedona Talk Radio, April 14, 11am PT. Listen live: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/flash-of-spirit
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