The Bridge……Crossing to a New Reality.

by Celia Fenn

Jean luc solar unicornimage by Jean Luc Bozzoli at

20th January 2014 : The Importance of Grounding. It has been an intense and rather chaotic beginning to the year of 2014! The recent Full Moon in Cancer/Capricorn and the run of powerful Solar Flares has meant that everyone has been feeling the power of the energies. Added to this is the coming “online” of the new energies of Nature that Archangel Michael has spoken about, the powerful elemental earth energies that are forging a new relationship between humanity and the environment. It is indeed a time of exciting and intense change.

Most of the questions that I get from people are about how to cope with these powerful energies. The answer is always twofold… awake and aware and know what is going on, and be fully grounded, which I guess is really the same thing!

So, briefly, let’s look at why the energies have been feeling so intense. Firstly…the Sun. We are in a period that is called “Solar Maximum” when the Sun is continually releasing powerful Solar Flares towards the Earth. In Metaphysical terms, this is the release of Solar Light Codes or information that is absorbed into the Earth and into the Body and Light Body of all living beings. If your Light Body is fully activated to the Solar Level, this information is absorbed into your Light Body and transmitted into your Physical Body via the Pituitary Gland and the Meridian system. When these Light Code waves are particularly strong, then it can cause turbulence in your own body system. This is because the Galactic Human System is designed to GROUND these energies or run them into the Earth Grids. The Galactic Human or New Human is a Bridge between the different levels and dimensions.

This only works well when the person is grounded and can allow the energy to flow through them and into the Earth where it is absorbed and used by the Earth. When you are not well grounded, then you get what is known as “Ascension Symptoms”. The intense energy cannot be grounded and it simply circulates within your energy system, activating any and all patterns that you might be holding at that level. Most common is that the energy feeds into the second and third chakras, the levels of the emotional and mental and you begin to create “old patterns”. I hear many people saying “I thought I had cleared this but it came up again!”. Well, yes you had cleared it but it was reactivated by the intense energy, not because it needed to be cleared again and again and again, but because this energy is intensely creative and absolutely needs to create. So if you are not creating anything new then it will simply create the old again and again.

So, it really is up to us to start new creations and begin to ground these new creations. The energy is here to support us, but we need to step into this New Reality and this new relationship with Nature. When you see old patterns coming up, why not simply say no and move on, don’t give them energy, move on to something new and ground the energy in a new creation and not the same old same old. Again.

It simply is that with our history of 20th Century Psychology, we seem to imagine that we need to heal and process for ever. Actually, in the New Reality we need to accept that if we focus into the Present Moment….the NOW….then the past is not an issue. We don’t need to recreate it again and we simpy say no if we see it coming. We do have choices. But we have to be awake and aware of what we are creating in order to make those choices.

In this way we can step into the Full Power of the New Galactic Human Template and enjoy the intense creative power of the Solar Light Codes as they are received on the Earth. But we do have to make sure that the energy is not “stuck” in the emotional and mental patterns of the past and is allowed to flow into new creations and new realities.

So, with all this happy “Sun Dancing” that we have been doing, we have also been doing a Moon Dance with the energies. The Full Moon in Cancer was particularly potent at this time of high Solar activity because it was in Cancer….a water moon. Water Moons activate the Flow of Emotions and Feelings, especially around the Home and Family. So, in the last few days you may have felt an intense energy around these areas. It’s creative energy and feeling energy. You may have felt weepy and ready to cry at anything! You may have felt intense loneliness or anger or any amount of feelings. Yes…celebrate that you are reconnecting with your feelings.

In the old reality we became so immersed in “mental” pop culture on TV and media that we were often unable to disntinguish what we were really feeling and what we were being urged to feel by mind control through media. Now, as we wake up, we start to own our own feelings, and these can be very intense at times. They are meant to be. It is only the numb controlled “feelings” that have no intensity. We are learning to be ok with intensity and not allowing it to become dysfunctional or aggressive. Rather, celebrate the power that flows through these feelings!

In the New Reality we need to be Strong and Grounded. We are Masters of Light and Solar Warriors. We have to make choices all the time and we are creating at every moment! The New Elemental energy of the “Spirit of the Forest” is seeking to work with us, to create and manifest on the Earth level, and to bring into form new creations that will carry the Imprint of Divine Creative Intelligence and the new Light Codes.

It is an exciting, powerful and challenging time on Planet Earth as we head into the New and knowing that we are Creating the New with every choice that we make!





“The Power of Love”

Nancy B. Detweiler, M.Ed., M.Div.

In the early 2000s, I wrote a series of lessons to help Christians, and others who choose to use Jesus as an example of an individual demonstrating the Christ Consciousness, to get know him as a Wayshower.

As many know, whether or not Jesus was actually crucified has recently become a hot topic of discussion.  Truth—in 2014–is pouring out, shocking many and pulling the rug out from under others’ worldview.  However, for many, whether or not the Roman government actually crucified Jesus is of less importance than their rejection of the theological reason for that crucifixion as stated in orthodox Christian teachings.  The orthodox reason is that God sent his Only Begotten Son to die on the cross to save a sinful people, whom He would otherwise sentence to eternal punishment in the fires of hell for their sins.

I, and countless others, rejected this theological viewpoint decades ago.  Since Jesus is regularly proclaimed as Savior/Redeemer and therefore worshipped as such, many Christians were left in limbo without a Wayshower to guide them through the stormy waters in which they found themselves once they stepped outside the orthodox box.

Christ Walking on the WaterAmedee Varin, 19th Century

  It is for this reason that I am re-posting this series of lessons … one a day for the coming 10 to 12 days.


Part 10 of Series
“The Power of Love”

Scripture: Luke 10:25-37

During Jesus’ ministry, the religious leaders attempted frequently to trick him with their questions. In the above scripture reference, one of the scribes asked, “What shall I do to inherit eternal life?”

Jesus turned the question back to the scribe, “What is written in the law? How do you read it?” The scribe answered, “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself.” Jesus responded, “You spoke the truth, do this and you shall live.”

God’s gift to each of us is eternal life based upon our capacity and willingness to live a life of Love. A Jewish scribe was required to know religious law, to interpret the scriptures, and to teach the people. Intellectually, a scribe was highly educated and could speak truth. Many of us know a portion of truth as it is taught in the surface words of the Bible. However, as we see in this biblical story, knowing truth is not sufficient. Jesus commanded the scribe: “Do this and you shall live.” We must DO LOVE.

Unity’s co-founder, Charles Fillmore, taught that each of Jesus’ 12 disciples signified one of the 12 powers possessed by humanity. Ascension involves the development and/or refinement of each of these powers: life, elimination, order, strength, wisdom, love, power, zeal, imagination, faith, understanding, and will. (Charles Fillmore, The Twelve Powers) Learning to integrate these 12 powers into our lifestyle requires dedication to spiritual growth. The intellect can study and talk about these powers; however, it is their integration that grants us eternal life. We must DO THE 12 POWERS. Part 10 of this series concentrates on the power of Love as Jesus, a Wayshower, revealed it to us.

The Greek word translated “to do” means “to make, to undertake, to bring about, to produce.” We often hear the comment: “I’m tired of doing; I just want to be.” This statement is often an expression of weariness due to our hectic lifestyles; however, it can lead to confusion. The Greek work translated “to be” means “to exist, to live, to be available, to be present with.” In effect, be Love, so you can do—or bring about—acts of love. Jesus’ words and life demonstrated the importance of being love and doing acts of love, being faith and undertaking acts of faith.

The scribe quoted the greatest commandment: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself.” Who is this God? The God indwelling each of us—our I AM PRESENCE. To obey this commandment means to love God with all that we are.  Love of God is to consume our lives. Love of God, self, and our neighbors is to leave no room in our heart for hate, revenge, jealousy, or resentment. During this incarnation, our love for God, self, and others is to be the guiding light on our soul’s journey. There is to be no room for self-serving or harmful behavior. We are to saturate our minds with thoughts of love, leaving no room for clinging to victim-hood or negative thoughts. The greatest commandment leaves room for neither compromise nor exceptions. TO BE LOVE IS TO DO LOVE.

Why would being and doing love be the criteria for eternal life? A very helpful book, Twelve Powers In You, by Williamson and Knapp, gives a practical answer to this question. Each of the 12 powers are linked to specific parts of the physical body. The power of Love is centered in the heart, which means it is also related to blood circulation and to the organs that work to purify the blood—the liver and spleen. Our immune system is greatly impacted by our ability to express love. Blood pumping through the heart is the physical foundation of life. Love manifesting through our physical plane lives is the foundation for eternal life and good health. Medical studies are revealing a link between love and the immune system: those who are involved in a loving community tend to be healthier and to live longer, the benefits of loving a pet is now evident among the elderly, and the rewards of participating in a career that we love result in people working far beyond the normal retirement age. Love plays a major role in the healing of self and others. Researchers have found that persons—who feel loved and supported—have fewer blockages in the arteries. On the other hand, impediments to our release of the love energy within us can create clogging in our circulatory system. Dr. Knapp, a medical doctor and co-author of Twelve Powers In You, believes the key to healing any circulatory disorder is Love. As we love God with all of our heart and with all of our soul and with all of our strength and with all of our mind, we ensure good physical health and eternal life.

The scribe asked another question of Jesus: “Who is my neighbor?” Jesus answered with one of the most familiar of biblical parables, yet one of the least understood in terms of integrating that understanding into our lives. Think of those persons we are taught, by our society, to hate and fear. Consider the words of the Peace Song: “With God as our Father, family all are we.” Who is our neighbor? The answer is radical. Our neighbor includes those we are taught to hate and fear.

In the parable, an unidentified man is traveling, likely on foot, from Jerusalem to Jericho. On the way, he is beaten, robbed, and left by the roadside to die. The dilemma within the parable encourages us to assume that the man was Jewish. Traveling along the same road, three persons see the injured man. These three persons represent three possible responses to the question: Who is our neighbor? They denote our own conflicts as we debate within ourselves how to respond to a member of God’s family – our neighbor. I use Williamson’s interpretation, as found in Twelve Powers In You.

A priest is the first to arrive. As he passed by the dying man, the priest thinks to himself: “I will pray for him, but I don’t want to get involved. I choose to maintain my high consciousness and see everything as perfect, not look upon this man’s troubles.” In that moment, was the priest being love? Doing love? Or, was he creating a blockage in his arteries by hiding behind what sounds like a statement of truth: “I want to concentrate on the good and see everything as perfect, not focus on the negative and look upon this man’s injuries?”

A Levite follows close behind. In biblical times, the Levite was a priest in charge of administering religious law. He, too, ignores the dying man, thinking to himself: “If he got beaten and robbed, he must be reaping the result of his negative thinking or behavior. So, why should I help?” In that moment, was the Levite being love? Doing love? Or, was he clogging an artery to his heart? Restricting the flow of love from our spiritual heart (the etheric heart chakra) to others restricts the flow of blood to and from our physical heart.

Neither the priest nor the Levite disliked the injured man. He could have easily traveled to Jerusalem, from Jericho, in order to worship in the temple where they served. Possibly, they had seen him in the temple and recognized him. They passed by simply because they did not want to get involved with the problem at hand. They wanted to be love, but failed to do love.

The third person to come upon the dying man was a Samaritan. At that point in time, intense hatred existed between Jews and Samaritans. Jews considered Samaritans—who were also descendants from the 12 tribes of Israel—inferior and impure because they intermarried with persons of a different religion. Samaritans were not allowed to enter the temple in Jerusalem. Most Jewish travelers went around Samaria rather than be in the company of Samaritans. A Samaritan coming upon an injured Jew had reason to keep walking. If he had been the one lying by the roadside, the Jew who hated him would very likely allow him to die.

Regardless of the racial hatred toward him, this Samaritan strives to be love, to do love. He responds from the heart with compassion; he sees the dying man as his brother, not his enemy. He chooses to be fully alive by expressing loving kindness. He touched the man with love, not repulsion, as he bound his wounds and lifted him to his own donkey. He was present with the man as he walked beside the donkey. The Samaritan was love. When they arrived at an inn, the Samaritan undertook the care of the injured man. He spent the night being present with him. The next morning, he gave the innkeeper enough money to pay for his continued care, even promising to stop by on his return trip and pay any additional expenses incurred. The Samaritan acted out love with no thought of return. Were the two men to meet again in Jerusalem, the Samaritan knew the man he had assisted would enter the temple and leave him standing outside—forbidden to enter. The Samaritan knew he would not be invited into the man’s home, nor would he be allowed to share a loaf of the Jewish man’s bread. To share bread with another was a sign of trust and friendship. Jews and Samaritans could not be friends. The Samaritan knew that even though he had loved, cared for, and befriended this Jewish man, he would be considered unfit to worship with him or to eat with him. Love knows no such limitations. The Samaritan chose to be love and to do love.

We have heard the saying: “Love is not love until you give it away.” If we fail to give away our love, we end up blocking the good in our own lives. Rather than cling to fear, resentment, and hatred; rather than accept society’s teaching that “they (those differing from us) are our enemies,” we are to BE love and to DO love. Love has the power to heal both self and others. Love, as the eternal life-giving force, must flow in a never-ending circle—from God > to us > and out to others. Love—flowing eternally—removes the blocks to perfect physical health, strengthens the immune system, reveals our Good, opens the passageways to communication with those who are different, and shows us the path to worldwide peace and familial love. Love is the greatest harmonizer in the universe.

During this time of planetary upheaval and transition into full consciousness, we have the opportunity to use our power of Love to calm the forces of destruction within nature and to stop the devastation of wars. How? By loving the instruments of destruction, we can neutralize their harmful potential. Love is the greatest power in the universe.

Jesus, as a Wayshower for the power of Love, neutralized the harmful potential of a storm on the Sea of Galilee (Luke 8:22-24). Every facet of nature possesses angelic overlords. Jesus knew this truth and spoke to the angels within the storm. He commanded them to be calm; they obeyed and stilled the turbulent waves. Jesus demonstrated the power of Love by speaking from his stance of Being and Doing Love.

Love is all that is. As we lift our consciousness to a higher plane, we can know that what appears to be destruction is, in reality, paving the way to a greater Good. That greater Good is that all of us come to know the tremendous power in which we live and move and have our being—the power of Love.

The Light of God surrounds me,
The Love of God enfolds me,
The Power of God protects me,
The Presence of God watches over me.
Wherever I am, God is.
And, all is well.


Go in peace, knowing that the Kingdom of Love is within you.

“Love is my ability to know oneness with all and to desire that good comes to all. Love is my ability to share, to draw together. Love heals, harmonizes, renews, prospers, and unites.”Twelve Powers In You






Although I have heard of Kryon for years, I have not followed his messages.  However, this one resonates with me big-time.  He states 2013 was a year of recalibration … he describes how our DNA communicates … how homeopathic medicine works.  He is describing some processes that are not yet understood by Earth scientists.  This message is one that needs to be printed or saved for future reference.  It is packed with insight!