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Following my spiritual journey in Bali, I began to receive poetry and prose from my guides and to write prolifically. I call these downloads.

Third eye

Also known as the inner eye, the third eye refers to an invisible eye, one that provides vision that is beyond ordinary sight. It focuses upon the inner realms and spaces of higher consciousness. This third eye is located behind the middle of the forehead, between the brows.

Ascended Masters

Ascended Masters are spiritually enlightened beings who have experienced lives as ordinary humans, and have undergone a series of spiritual transformations (also known as initiations). They are self-realized beings, now working to serve humanity from dimensions beyond the physical. They do so by raising their vibration to a sustained frequency of light.

Twin Flame

Twin Flames, sometimes known as Twin Souls, are the two complementary halves of one soul. They are distinct from soul mates. Should Twin Flames meet in the present lifetime, which is rare, it is for the purpose of birthing a project that will be of service to the world. The recognition between such souls is instant and powerful. It is not necessarily a romantic connection, though it can be and often is, should they meet in an earthly lifetime.

Twin Flames become instantly one, yet retain their distinct identities and unique attributes, like two sides of one coin. It is rarely an easy relationship, as Twin Flames will undoubtedly challenge each other to the core. Romance can confuse the issue. When they are at a similar stage on their respective evolutionary paths, and if each remains true to the larger purpose they share, Twin Flames are a wellspring of creativity and manifestation.

Soul Mate

A soul mate is a member of our soul family; it is someone with whom we have a deep, unspoken affinity. While each soul has only one Twin Flame, we have many soul mates. The common understanding of soul mate is a partner with whom we can have a romantic, harmonious union of bliss. This is possible; however our soul families are more like our earthly families, so some of our soul mate connections are harmonious, while others are not. Our soul mates most often appear in our lives as beloved relatives, partners, teachers and/or close friends. However they can also be a so-called “chance” meeting or short-term connection, arriving at the perfect time in our life to assist us on our journey back to living in our Source.

Amma – The Hugging Saint

Born Mata Amritanandamayi and now lovingly called Amma (Mother) by her disciples, this powerful 63-year-old figure is known as the Hugging Saint of India. Revered as one of India’s foremost spiritual leaders, the only religious teaching she offers is love. Her darshan is hugging, and over the past 30 years she has received and hugged over 40 million people around the world. While Amma does accept the concept of karma – that our past actions have consequences that must be rectified – she asks, “If it is one man’s karma to struggle, then is it not our dharma to ease his suffering?” It is with this ideology that Amma embraces the world.

St. Germain

Ascended Master St. Germain is the champion and steward of human freedom. Though he has long since transcended the physical plane, he has appeared on Earth in human form many times and in many guises. His mission and dedication is to the complete spiritual liberation of humanity. He is a prominent figure in the history of alchemy, and master of the Violet Flame of transformation.

Lemuria

Lemuria is the name of an ancient civilization that existed prior to and during the time of Atlantis. Their land, also known as Mu, is said to have been located in what is today the Pacific Ocean. The Lemurian civilization was highly advanced intellectually, technologically, culturally and spiritually. While concrete physical evidence of the ancient continent may be difficult to confirm, many people feel a strong connection to Lemuria as soon as they hear of it.

Lucknow

Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, a state in northern India. Its unique architecture is influenced by both the Mughal Empire (16th through 18th centuries) and the subsequent British Raj period.

Braj Bhasha

Braj Bhasha is a variant dialect of Hindi and Awadhi (a variety of Eastern Hindi). It was one of the main literary languages of north-central India before the switch to Hindustani in the 19th Century. At present, Braj Bhasha is mainly a rural tongue, predominant in the nebulous Braj region centered on Mathura and Agra in Uttar Pradesh and Bharatpur and Dholpur in Rajasthan. It is the predominant language in the central stretch of the Ganges-Yamuna Doab.

Mt. Shasta

Mount Shasta is a 14,000-foot high, potentially active volcano, located at the end of the Cascade Range in northern California, in the United States. It is the site of extraordinary lenticular cloud formations, and its snowmelt is the source of the pristine waters of the Shasta River. It is the earthly
domain of St. Germain and one of the key energy centers on the planet.

Mt. Batur

Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is an active volcano in the Kintamani region of Bali, Indonesia, situated within two concentric calderas that span eight miles and overlook Lake Batur. The legend of Mt. Batur is that it was placed on Bali by the east Javanese god Hyang Pasupati to secure Bali in its place, and that it was the first place human beings settled on the island. Mt. Batur is also sacred to Dewi Danu, the Goddess of the Lake, provider of water for irrigation of the fields of Bali, in the form of the bubbling natural springs that issue from the lower slopes of the mountain.

Mount Kailash

Mount Kailash is a peak in the Kailash Range, which forms part of the Transhimalaya in Tibet. Cosmologies and the origin myths of several religions speak of Kailash as the mythical Mt. Meru, the Axis Mundi, the center and birthplace of the entire world. Sacred to Hindus, Jains and Buddhists alike, Kailash lies near the source of some of the longest rivers in Asia: the Indus River, the Sutlej River, the Brahmaputra River and the Karnali River.

Lord Shiva

Lord Shiva (whose name means the Auspicious One) is one of the main deities in Hinduism. He is known as The Destroyer. In his highest expression, Shiva is regarded as limitless, transcendent, unchanging and formless.

He also takes on forms both benevolent and fearsome. He appears as the yogi on Mount Kailash, the fierce slayer of demons and the breadwinner for his wife Parvati and children Ganesha and Kartikeya.

Lord Indra

The anthropomorphic god, Indra, is the Hindu king of the Lords of Heaven. He is also the deva (lord) of rain and thunderstorms. His weapon of choice is a vajra, a thunderbolt.

Ajahn Brahm

Ajahn Brahm is a British Theravada Buddhist monk and is the Abbot of the Bodhinyana Monastery in Serpentine, Western Australia.

The Rainbow Brotherhood

The Rainbow Brotherhood is a group of beings that presented themselves to me in 2014. Their communication style tends to be extremely direct.

Night- Blooming Cereus

One of the strangest plants of the desert, the night- blooming cereus is a member of the cactus family that resembles a dry, dead bush for most of the year. It is rarely noticed in the wild because of its inconspicuousness. But for one midsummer’s night each year, its exquisitely scented flower

The PoEM

The PoEM is an acronym for The Palace of Extraordinary Miracles. The PoEM vision is to make miracles the norm, and its mission is to transform human relationships (thereby elevating quality of life on the planet).

The PoEM project is vast in scope and has multiple facets; Mynoo Maryel is the vehicle and vision keeper for their expression. The PoEM begins with programs and protocols designed to cultivate optimum wellbeing for human beings – physically, emotionally, mentally, socially, spiritually and environmentally.

Bua

(Aunt) father’s sister

Nana

Maternal grandfather

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