Monday, April 29, 2013

The Workshop

Sunday's workshop brought together students from different areas on NYC and Long Island, to share in a special afternoon. Dori Ann was the perfect hostess - her home having amazing energies. Of course, there was a birthday event - not mine this time - but Dori Ann's cousin who turned 25. Unusual for me, I didn't think to take pictures, but the memories will remain for each of us. From reality, to energy work, to psychic development, many topics were covered.

A student from Staten Island talked about losing everything when her home - eighth house off the beach - was devastated by hurricane Sandy last fall. She described living in her SUV and how everyone came to her aid with things to help her rebuild. She has recently returned to her small bungalow-style home and still keeps in touch with her neighbors who will need months to rebuild. All across the area, clients are still coming to me with stories about destruction and rebuilding ... and everyone knows ... this is just the beginning. From the seismic Pacific coast to the hurricane driven East coast ... people are waking up to reality and where she is going.

One World Trade Center

Monday April 29, 2013

As of this morning - which is really too overcast to take a good picture - this is what I see. I'll take more pictures when the tower is finished and the spire is in place. My former view of the Twin Towers was much better though the spire concept makes sense. It goes along with spiraling consciousness and the gyre or swirling vortex.

My Facebook banner posted Sunday of the Brooklyn Bridge and One World Trade Center when complete

The Spire

Last pieces of 1 World Trade Center are rising   AP - April 29, 2013
One World Trade Center already is New York's tallest building. And when the last pieces of its spire rise to the roof - weather permitting - the 104-floor skyscraper that replaces the fallen twin towers will be just feet from becoming the highest in the Western Hemisphere. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says the spire pieces plus a steel beacon will then be lifted at a later date from the rooftop to cap the building at 1,776 feet. Installation of the 800-ton, 408-foot spire began in December, after 18 pieces were shipped from Canada and New Jersey. The spire will serve as a world-class broadcast antenna. With the beacon at its peak to ward off aircraft, the spire will provide public transmission services for television and radio broadcast channels that were destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001, along with the trade center towers.

The finished project