Friday, March 27, 2015


When children are 13 years old, they often talk about being a veterinarian because of their love for animals. It's about the way pets and animals make them feel emotionally and spiritually - the unconditional love scenario. Then they grow up and real world issues set in - the dreams of veterinarian school giving way to other priorities. Sometimes they get into careers linked to animals - research, rescue, training, etc.

Today, I am reading a former client who is a surgical vet in southern California. Other female clients in this field included several who deal with animals and their energies in help those with challenges. What also comes to mind is a woman in western Virginia who retired, bought property and lives her dream by raising horses. Another female client in northern California used to make great living growing and selling weed until it became legal and like many others ended to reinvent herself. She discovered a passion for horses and now manages a horse ranch for a friend. It seems we come full cycle as the love of animals and the calmness of nature we experienced when young returns - the dramas of life giving way to simple pleasures.

The Lion Hugger   BBC - March 26, 2015

American Doctors Are Killing Themselves and No One Is Talking About It   The Daily Beast - March 27, 2015
It's estimated that at least 400 U.S. doctors kill themselves every year. Many are struggling with depression, anxiety, or addiction.

Looking for a date with someone of like mind? How about:

The Amazing Kreskin's Supernatural Dating Society

I might prefer a real alien. Hey ... Spring is here and you never know!!

Speaking of ETs, I started a new file ...

X-Files 2015

Depression and the Co-pilot

Life is about healing which takes us to medical professionals and sometimes alternative healers in the quest to make sense of reality and internal drama/trauma.

You think you are the pilot of your destiny as you have been taught and reinforced by others. Not true. You are the co-pilot in this reality guided by your soul.

Most people show the world one side of themselves but often have a shadow, dark, or hidden side based on mental illness and their DNA programming. If you've been following the tragic story of Germanwings Flight 9525 - you know the co-pilot - Andreas Lubitz - was guilty and suffering from depression and mental illness finally "crashing" as many do. It is sad he took so many innocent children and adults along with him. Human consciousness is making many statements - some more horrific than others - it's the suicide thing again and not being able to cope in this reality.

  Germanwings crash: Co-pilot 'treated for depression'   BBC - March 27, 2015
Regular assessments were recommended in Andreas Lubitz's official notes after a serious episode some years ago.

None of this is going to make a difference.

I post the link for people who think it will.

"Being in the dark" always puts people at risk.

March 28, 2015

Earth Hour

Earth Hour 2015

  Earth Hour Google Videos

Earth Hour is a global event organized by WWF held on the last Saturday, asking households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights and other electrical appliances for one hour to raise awareness towards the need to take action on climate change. Earth Hour was conceived by WWF and The Sydney Morning Herald in 2007, when 2.2 million residents of Sydney participated by turning off all non-essential lights. Following Sydney's lead, many other cities around the world adopted the event.