If You Know Anyone Who Has Cancer Please Read And Pass On

Posted in Health on September 24th, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

There are jillions of articles promising some new or better way to do something usually attached to a product or service. I have survived cancer and when this came across my e-mail it said read and pass along. It is written by a doctor who has cancer for the third time. It will be worth your time.

Subject: Shocking Cancer Information…worth reading…
Written by a doctor who suffers from cancer and he uses alternative rather than conventional medicine that involves chemo, etc.

Good to share with family and friends.

Cancer treatment is about making money… - provoking thoughts
I posted this article, which may have some provoking thoughts:

The below is absolutely 100% true and as a doctor I have been telling people this for 15 years now.  No one wants to listen. Folks need to wake up.  Cancer treatment is about making money.  It is a 120 billion dollar a year industry in the United States alone and estimated to be a 600 billion dollar a year industry worldwide.

A successful cancer case according to the American Cancer Society and the American College of Oncology and Hematology means that the person survives for 5 years.  Both the American Cancer Society and the American College of Oncology and Hematology admit that a person is likely to survive cancer for 7 to 10 years even if they do absolutely NOTHING.  Of course, only the doctors get those magazines – not you, the cancer patient.

Alternative medicine’s track record of curing cancer is 10 times higher than that of conventional medicine.  Note that I say CURE.

Remember another thing.  A TUMOR is just a symptom.  It is not the cause of cancer.

Science is cause and effect.  Remove the cause and the effect disappears.

I am in my third battle with cancer right now.  I have not done any chemotherapy or radiation or surgery for any of my bouts with cancer.  I survived leukemia, I survived Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and now I have Glioblastoma which is supposedly an incurable form of brain cancer.  I was given two months to live 5 months ago. read more »

Another Way To Think About The Value of Art

Posted in Discoveries, Health, Thinking Patterns, travel on September 4th, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

I have just returned from Seattle where I spent a couple of hours in the mind blowing exhibits of Dale Chihuly, the artist who has redefined what is possible in the medium of glass. The permanent exhibition of the Garden and Glass museum is stunning.  As I wandered through it I thought about how inspirational it is to see the “best.” While art, music, and the performing arts often seemed to be scrapped as the economy falters, the one unknown is what kind of impression good art makes in helping our own creativity blossom, and of course the payoffs for that.

Poking my head in the theatre complex I caught the part of the film talking about how a Chihuly exhibit in Jerusalem had attracted over a million Israelis and Palestinians. For what ever their differences the power of the art seemed seemed to set aside those differences for a higher calling.

I remember being in a seminar with Terence Mckenna once in which he was paraphrasing Plato’s observations that truth, beauty and goodness were one in the same.  From Terence’s point of view,  truth and beauty were difficult to determine, but beauty seemed to be apparent . So perhaps art at some cellular level connects with archetypal patterns that are part of  our deeper wisdom.  Sure seems like we could use that today.

I certainly felt better for having been immersed in this display.

How Those Invisible Partners Can Save The Day

Posted in Thinking Patterns on August 31st, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

SFO United check in when computer was down

I always try to go to the airport early, sometimes a couple of hours early so as to have time for the unforeseen. It came in spades. I was coming up to Seattle, the Emerald City,  to celebrate my birthday.  Also Seattle is in technicolor for two months out of the year and this is one of them.  However, when I got to the San Francisco airport this picture  gives you an idea of the the total chaos. The main computer was down so nobody could get a boarding pass. I had had an hour buffer so was hopeful in the beginning, but that soon evaporated.  I realized it might turn out to be a long long wait to finally get a flight.  Slowly the counter began to process people. The lines were snaking back and forth and I was calculating that I was an hour, perhaps longer, no real chance. I had an I phone and was trying to access my flight info to see if I could get a bar code boarding pass. No luck but I did have my record locator. For some reason I stuck my phone up in the air and pointed to it. A counter attendant saw me and waived me through the snaking line, perhaps thinking I had my bar code boarding pass and just needed to check my bag.  I gave her the phone. She quickly accessed some magic screen on her computer, pushed a button, gave me a boarding pass and took my bag. Next was the other ordeal we all know so well, the TSA gauntlet,  but I had forward momentum. Disheveled but determined I scampered  to my plane just as my section was being called to board.

In one sense you could say there was nothing remarkable about this “break.”  They happen to us all, all of the time. As you know I have been writing about how I like to think we have a partnership, a camp of followers on the other side, whose job it is to help move us along in certain directions. I like to believe that when we recognize this, we strengthen the connection, and the process occurs more frequently. In that sense we are in the flow. I don’t believe there are any definitive studies on this so we are gathering the data as we go,  and in blogs like this we can share the info.

Are events like this happening for you?  I would love to hear.

Why You Might Want To Investigate The E.T. World

Posted in Thinking Patterns, travel on August 23rd, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

Majestic Mt. Shasta

I am sure by now many of my friends think that I have gone completely bonkers.  But part of what I have been writing about is to check things out personally you find interesting or compelling. I  spent two months in the crop circles in Wiltshire, England and found them quite compelling. Some are saying that up to 80% of them are man made. Exactly how eludes me. I don’t know how anyone can do these things in the dark and get them perfectly executed. But for talking purposes say that 80% is correct. That leaves 20%, a sizable number. I imagined that were I from another dimension crop circles would be the perfect way to begin a dialogue. They appear, some extremely complex, leaving us to ponder the mathematical, spiritual, and message in the designs. Yet they feel benign. Maybe they affect us with archetypal patterns meant to  connect at the cellular level.  I found the most astonishing thing to be how little these creations are really noticed by the locals living there. They are passed off as creations of nutty people.  Yet as we all are realizing by now, these are no ordinary times. Countries are going bust economically. The consumption of earth’s resources seems to be moving at a non-sustainable pace. Democracy as we thought we knew it has  morphed into a contest of special interest groups. It is all a bit insane.  Many of my posts have been directed towards learning to follow our intuition. figuring things out doesn’t seem to be working.  It would not surprise you then to find me, after England ,to be attending Dr. Steven Greer’s CSETI ambassador training program to make contact with E.T.’s  I Would like to say, ” just go to that website and read about what is happening.” I just returned from the week and it was compelling. read more »

Why Are So Few Paying Attention To These Crop Circles?

Posted in Uncategorized on July 25th, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

crop circles makers

I know this is a bit tongue and cheek, and no doubt lots of crop circles are made by people with planks, some openly taking credit for them. But a large number of them simply defy any logical explanation.  I find so many people even those living in the heartland of Wiltshire, willing to accept the idea that these are all made by people. I can say one thing definitely. I would like to meet the people responsible for some of the complex patterns. I used to run an ad agency and anybody familiar with  design knows that even with a perfect design, how to actually get it made on the ground would be a logistical feat, and in some cases, pure genius. not to mention the complication of doing it at night. Many of these patterns are extremely large. We are talking in the hundreds of yards.

So what’s the answer?  I think you will find that those following the phenomena seriously have come to the conclusion that for some of the designs, “we just don’t know.”

People usually don’t want to think about things that are unexplainable. In a way it interferes with everyday life.  I say it is good to be curious, to ask the questions of who and why. By engaging in the process we begin to attract the answers: maybe not right away but we have put the process into play, and if enough of us do it with intent then we may all be surprised. The very act of being drawn in this direction may in itself  a form of communication that we simply do not understand.  Yet, but may be be a higher intelligence gently drawing us towards something we need to find out about.

For example if you want to see one explanation go to  this site on You tube. You will find the light balls  fascinating.


Walking in the "Wormhole"

Absorbing the energy

More on 2012 Crop Circles

Posted in Architecture, Discoveries, Thinking Patterns, travel on July 11th, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

Metatron 3d

On our way back from Oxford to Wiltshire just off the M-4, was this formation.  It took us a bit of navigating to find our way. We finally found it in a very flat field. It was quite large and on the ground almost impossible to tell what you were in. Yet walking inside spending time just being quiet was well worth it.  One school of thought is that these designs resonate with patterns deep in our psyche. So we can receive the benefit by looking at them and or walking amongst them gathering the energy.  Amazingly we were the only ones there. This image was taken from crop circle connector.

Later in the afternoon we were lucky enough to catch the sun shine and walk into this site. It had been mowed on the inside by the farmer as many of them are, but the energy is still there and as my microlight pilot showed me the ground can provide a ghost image the next year with a different crop. It seems that the new crop in the ghosted area has more vitality.  I took this shot from the air while in the microlight.    The shot on the left was also taken and right in the same area. more to come.

view from air microlight

Alton Barnes White horse location

What on Earth is This?

Posted in Discoveries, Thinking Patterns, travel on July 6th, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

Crop circles never cease to amaze. I cannot understand why more people are not drawn to these wonderful creations. Even here in England in the mother lode, Wiltshire, there are relatively few people drawn to them. In one sense they are like wonders of the world. Even if they are being done by people, the question is who and  what is compelling them, and why?  They are intricate and if done at night, which most  seem to be, how in the world can people make them with no mistakes?  From Crop Circle Connector here is the same circle as seen from the air.  We had to search for this one. A smart phone really helps.  You walk into these wonderful spaces and simply try not to think about anything. Maybe you feel like walking. Perhaps just  standing and gazing.  Or maybe  lying down and shutting your eyes. You are in a special energy. I like being in the mystery of it all. Next step a microlight flight to see these circles from the air. The country side here is idyllic and I do feel at home.  Can’t wait to see it from the air.

Manton Drove

There are people being drawn here with a variety of perspectives. Some have theories and are looking for evidence to support their ideas. Others are simply wanting to embrace the unknown energy: they are not obsessed with who, what or why.  I am drawn here this year because I feel  2012  represents a special energy watershed and the circles might be particularly interesting.

Just before quitting for the day we were told about another formation and were able to hike up a hill to see the following:

Wilshire formation as seen from hill top

It had just appeared. You can see the farmer and his tractor and the relative size gives you some idea the size.

Stay tuned. Would love to hear your comments.

Why The Crop Circles Make Such Perfect Sense

Posted in Discoveries, Thinking Patterns, travel on June 25th, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

Silbury Hill

Once you have started to seriously look at these designs and then hear the rationale for how they could have been made- by human means in the dark of the night, perfectly without any error you do question humans making them all, especially since many of the designs are so complex and many on over an acre.

From another point of view perhaps it doesn’t matter. They are exquisite aesthetically.  Whether they are instantly created by some other force or they are made by people who somehow feel compelled to do it, the ultimate influencing source, you may argue, is responsible for it either way.

To me the circles  represent communication from a higher intelligence gently and benignly expressing itself in a way we have not completely pieced together. It could be like a jig saw puzzle where every year pieces get added, and ultimately we will get the overall meaning.

These incredibly beautiful and often unbelievably complex formations have not created any panic in the public, nor have they received any really serious press. Perhaps it is  because the press requires neat and tidy stories, which these designs do not offer.  So why I say they make such perfect sense is that a higher form of intelligence would like to communicate in a way that draws the curious and does not panic the rest. That seems to be the case.

Aerial crop circle at Silbury Hill 2012

England is wet and chilly, but exhilarating. I have come to Avebury in Wiltshire and the first circle  found is opposite Silbury hill: it is famous for being the largest manmade hill in Europe. Every year for some unexplainable reason, the majority of circles have appeared in this Wiltshire region.

On the ground you really can’t  discern the design but you can experience the “energy of the field.” I carefully walked  into this simple but beautiful design,  and sat down.There was no dramatic experience but a feeling  of connectedness and serenity: my first contact had been made.

More circles will appear and I hope to get to them.

Inside Silbury Hill crop circle

Frank Lloyd Wright Dejavu

Posted in Architecture on May 28th, 2012 by Sandy – 1 Comment

Lewis "Spring" house Tallahassee by Frank Lloyd Wright

I am on the road now and visiting the town I grew up in, Tallahassee. Today with Billy Gwynn I am standing in front of the Lewis house here in Tallahassee. It is abandoned and in total disrepair. How sad. Billy  and I grew up together and had the privilege of building an original Frank Lloyd Wright designed home. We built it in Kamuela on the Island of Hawaii and it gave me a wonderful adventure, not one so much of ownership, but of the fascinating  people and experiences surrounding this process. I write about the entire process in “How Frank Lloyd Wright Got Into My Head Under My Skin And Changed The Way I Think About Thinking.”

Today there is a bit of sadness in seeing this great work of art in such a state. I read about now how collectable art is now selling for huge sums and yet the art form of our greatest architects sometimes just languishes. It is one of the great disconnects. Perhaps because it is an art form that requires constant attention, that requirement alone, diminishes all value beyond the utilitarian aspects.

From the ashes a “Pheonix” often rises. I ponder on what could happen here.

Everyone Should Read This Interview

Posted in Discoveries, Thinking Patterns on May 1st, 2012 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

Every once in awhile whether on the net, seeing a film, reading a book or magazine or simply having the good fortune of being in the right place at the right time we get a truly impactful piece of information.

This interview with Tony Robbins is one of those. Tony has mastered a good many endeavors in life and has been paid the really big bucks as a life coach. In these few paragraphs Tony seems to sum up a life time of experiences and the essence of what he believes really matters.

I have been writing about manifestation, intuition and synchronicities as thinking patterns. My stockbroker called me today and said “Hey I have just read this great blog in the Huffington Post on an interview with Tony Robbins.” I said, “What interesting timing, I am reading it right now.”  When I finished reading it I felt I needed to post simply urging people to read it.

Here are just a sample of Tony’s comments:

“Life supports what supports more of life.”

“A sense of service makes all else disappear.”

“What ever you give your brain to answer you will get an answer.”

“What makes people feel alive is a life of meaning. Pleasure is in the body. Happiness is in the mind.”

Check the whole interview out by going to:


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