I AM: The Oppressor and The Oppressed

Recently I had a session with Annie, my Nurse Practitioner in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She put straps around my ankles, wrists and head, which were connected by wires to her INDIGO Biofeedback System (http://www.indigobiofeedback.net/). The purpose this technology serves is revealing my voltage, amperage, resistance and other electrical calculations, all of which may be… Read More

The Mighty Power of One

A very powerful intention fills me with joy and excitement—“I intend to touch every person on the planet with the S.T.A.R. philosophy!” As an expert on this philosophy, I have surrendered (S) the intention, trusted (T), allowed (A) and am receiving (R)with appreciation and gratitude. Let me tell you how my intention recently began to… Read More

Mushrooms and S.T.A.R.

The point of this short story is: as sovereign beings, we create our reality, but very often we don’t notice. This time, I can see what I created clearly, and it’s all about the mushrooms in my back yard! Last October, I sent to my adult children this photo, of a small portion of the mushrooms… Read More

Mother’s Earrings: The Miracle

Perhaps it was fifty years ago, perhaps more, that my mother, Lanta, bought a pair of gold, sapphire and diamond earrings. I remember them as having been purchased from an estate sale, so they might be even older. The diameter of each is about three quarters of an inch and the shape can be described… Read More

Summer Solstice, 2014 Unlocking The Time Capsule

The following account tells how the details of the summer solstice ceremony were revealed. It all began on May 21, 2014 during my daily telepathic communication with inter-galactic beings. I was told that it was time to release, another time capsule, the second-level Wisdom Codes from beneath the Giza Plateau. However, a little background information… Read More

Soil and Telepathy

Soil and Telepathy by Nina Brown A friend calls my lawn a Santa Fe meadow. All around my house are Mexican Hats, Gallardia, Rudbeckia, Lobelia and wild aster plants intermingled with blue grama native grass. Unlike the lush green manicured lawns I remember from my youth growing up in Philadelphia, blue grama is a densely… Read More

No Playing Doctor in the Isolation Ward

I don’t know the details of what my eldest son, Armand, is doing today in Guinea, but I remember well the details of his assignment in Uganda ten years ago. He presented in that East African country as a physician, representing Doctors Without Borders, to assist the numerous Ebola patients in the isolation ward. Since… Read More

What Do I Think About Suicide?

The act of suicide has just touched my life, so it is time for me to ponder what I think about taking one’s own life. I remember Dick as a strong, tall young boy who was the same age as my eldest son. His parents were good friends, and I especially cherished the times that… Read More

Inspirational Connections

From my friend Joanne Sprott: As I was participating in one of Nina Brown’s lovely S.T.A.R. Circle Google+ Hangouts, I started seeing some interesting relationships between the S.T.A.R. (Surrender, Trust, Allow, Receive) approach and Don Miguel Ruiz’s original Four Agreements (be impeccable with your word, don’t take anything personally, don’t make assumptions, always do your best).… Read More

New Video / I Am Worthy—Be The Love

In case you missed the live video, here is a recording of one of our recent S.T.A.R. Circle Gatherings. It features Kristy Sweetland, Ja-lene Clark, myself and some S.T.A.R. Seeds from our community! The topic is “I Am Worth—Be The Love”. Enjoy and share your thoughts on the video in the comments section below. Do… Read More