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The Oracle Report | Thursday, July 24, 2014

FROM WISE OWL JOSEPH

FROM WISE OWL JOSEPH

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Balsamic Moon Phase: release

Moon in Cancer

Ruling Mahavidya: Dhumavati (The Goddess of Smoke) and Kali (The Destroyer)

Skill: be watchful

Negative Imprint: projection of negativity, false appearances

Positive Imprint: forward thinking, combining new/old, seeing through falsity

Today’s report is abbreviated. The energy is all about appearances and how well the outer (or what is presented/projected) matches the inner (or what is the truth). We are able to see. We pierce through masks to see the reality. The power of vision is high, so be attentive to what you see and look for the signs. Information, solutions, and key insight comes to us through signs and synchronicities.

We are also able to see how we can combine/add new things and how to recombine existing things for something new.

Projection is also heightened today. The high octave of projection is projecting a vision for the future. The low octave is projecting falsity and projecting feelings (usually negative feelings about oneself) onto others. Spiritual warriors own their feelings and don’t take them out on others. Instead, project something positive forward (like forward thinking and plans). What needs advancing?

Amidst all of this, today’s energy activates our primary instincts. People easily respond from the base level, with hair trigger reactions. This will show up especially in situations where there is limitation and restriction. Frustration arises when we feel like something is beyond our capability. We tend to act out our frustration. We tend to abandon rules; dignity eludes us. What will the consequences be? Keeping this in mind helps to tame these responses.

More than usual, maintaining a mindset where we are grounded (firmly connected mentally) with Gaia Sophia and watchful of signs and synchronicities is recommended today. Mars will enter Scorpio tomorrow and we are getting a taste of it today as the energy ushers forward.

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Debtor’s Prison: A New Reality?

Debtor’s Prison: A New Reality?Jul 22, 2014 7:35pm PDT bysteve1960
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Making the case that American capitalism oppresses the white middle class was a tough sell back when I was a wee lad. For one thing, the thirty five percent of the American workforce that belonged to a union (and most of the rest who experienced the obvious “knock on effect” of a union scale wage) would strongly disagree. Today the story is much different. Such looming threats to the US middle class as predatory lending, union busting, changes in the bankruptcy laws that favor creditors, higher regressive local taxation and the shipping of jobs overseas all pale in comparison to the one only beginning to rear its ugly head: debtors prison! In all honesty, people aren’t actually sent to prison specifically for unpaid debts. But more and more are being sent for “violating a court order” to pay or for simply failure to appear in court when being sued for debt repayment. A report by popular radio show host, Thom Hartmann contained these harrowing lines;

Debtors’ prisons haven’t officially been used in America since before the Civil War. But today, a third of the states in the country allow debt collectors to use the public court system to go after people who owe them money. So, rather than being thrown in jail for specifically owing money, Americans are thrown in jail for not showing up to court hearings or not paying legal fines stemming from their debts. There’s even a law in Arkansas that allows landlords to throw tenants in jail if they’re late on their rent. According to a recent report by Human Rights Watch, hundreds of tenants in Arkansas who’ve fallen on hard times and can’t pay their rent are taken to court and sometimes jailed. So, in a roundabout way, the debtors prisons have returned to America.

Hartmann brought this up in the course of addressing a twenty year old phenomenon; the rapid growth of private household debt which actually exceeded US GDP by the time of the Great Recession/Financial Crash of 2008. His point was that such debt was the real threat to the US economy and not public debt or federal deficits which actually stimulate the national economy. The reason is that private debt is not only larger, it slows consumer spending as households deleverage causing recessions and making recovery more difficult. The point, of course, is that no one ever expected debtors prison to be a solution!

The understandable source of Hartmann’s outrage (and that of any sentient human being who considers the issue) was that while the “banksters” on Wall Street weren’t even prosecuted for all the fraud, abuse and wrecklessness that drove our economy into the worst depression since the 1930s, out court system saw fit to imprison Lisa Lindsay of Herrin, Illinois for a $280 medical billthat was charged to her by mistake! Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan praised Illinois State lawmakers for passing almost unanimously House Bill 5434 commonly known as the Debtors’ Rights Act of 2012 saying,

“Creditors have been manipulating the court system to extract money from the unemployed, veterans, even seniors who rely solely on their benefits to get by each month…Too many people have been thrown in jail simply because they’re too poor to pay their debts. We cannot allow these illegal abuses to continue.”

In October 2010, The ACLUpublished a long report entitledIn For A Penny: The Rise of America’s New Debtor’s Prisonsin which it details cases in five states of abuse of the law in order to incarcerate indigent people over past debts. The ACLU report begins by citing a 1983 SCOTUS decision that held that “…imprisoning a probationer who, through no fault of his own, had been unable to pay his debts despite making bona fide efforts to do so violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.” This was the majority opinion in the Supreme Court decision in Bearden v. Georgia whereby Daniel Bearden was imprisoned by the State of Georgia after failing to make the balance of outstanding restitution payments to the state after losing his job. This momentous decision is expected to provide precedent for other such decisions in states where debtor protection laws, such as the one recently passed in the State of Illinois, have yet to be passed. The ACLU argues that the new debtors’ prisons, where people, mostly Black and Hispanic, are imprisoned for failure to pay what is termed LFOs (legal financial obligations), reinforce the existing two-tier system of justice in America.

Most of these LFOs are criminal justice related fines and restitution that debtors can’t pay because of hardship, unemployment or simply indigence. According to the Brennen Center for Justice at New York University, many states are adding new categories of fines all the time simply to increase these states’ shrinking tax base. It is sickening to think that poor people, often supporting families, are sent to jail for being unable to pay fines and fees that probably wouldn’t be “necessary” if the rich paid their fair share of taxes! The entire situation is reminiscent of Dickens’ England!

The Brennen Center for Justiceof New York University published a report regarding fifteen states it investigated regarding incarceration for debt, generally LFOs owed to the states and municipalities. What the Center found was that many states, frequently those with the highest incarceration rates nationwide, are increasing the debt burdens of the poor by adding user fees for legal services and increasing the cost of existing ones. All this makes imprisonment more likely for the debtor. The report asserts;

Across the board, we found that states are introducing new user fees, raising the dollar amounts of existing fees, and intensifying the collection of fees and other forms of criminal justice debt such as fines and restitution. But in the rush to collect, made all the more intense by the fiscal crises in many states, no one is considering the ways in which the resulting debt can undermine reentry prospects, pave the way back to prison or jail, and result in yet more costs to the public.

What is especially galling is that all this revival of Victorian era methods of oppressing the poor comes at a time when the rich and corporations are refusing to pay their fair share of taxes putting pressure on state and local governments to resort to unconstitutional tactics to soak those least able to pay. The main way this is done is the rise, mostly in the deep south, of private probation companies. When municipalities find that they cannot pursue all those owing fines they contract with private probation companies such asJudicial Correctional Serviceswhich collect fees and fines, manage people put on probation for non-payment of fines and bill the full costs to those put on probation. Then the JCS begins to pile fees on top of fees until the costs of managing their case loads are paid along with a significant profit for the private firm.

Fees payable on criminal justice debt often accrue to private probation companies who manage a case load often threatening debtors who fall behind on payments with prison terms. The Brennen Center found that all fifteen states under investigation (except Texas) allows criminal justice fees to compound for delinquency and late payment. The Brennen Center also found that probation could be extended beyond judicially imposed terms for non-payment of criminal justice debt in thirteen of the fifteen states examined. It is the debtor that funds the entire system of debt collection. At a time when profit seeking private companies are looking to pick the bones of revenue starved local governments, private probation management offers more profitable opportunities to transfer income from the very poorest debtors to the rich! The link cited above regarding JCS describes how the system works;

N LATE 2010 police in Childersburg, Alabama ticketed both Kristy and Timothy Fugatt for driving with expired licence tags. They were fined $148 each, plus another $198 for Mrs Fugatt, whose licence had expired. They could not afford to pay, so they were placed on probation under the supervision of Judicial Correction Services (JCS), a private company that manages probationers for roughly 200 misdemeanour courts in the south-eastern United States. JCS also charged each of them a $45 monthly service fee. When they fell behind on their payments, they were charged more fees and threatened with jail. In February 2012 they claim that a Childersburg policeman arrested them at their home, threatened them with a Taser, told them their children would be placed in state care and took them to prison. They were released only after relatives brought $900 to the Childersburg jail. (Robert McMichael, the head of JCS, refused to comment on any of these allegations.)

The article goes on to stress that private probation companies collect fees that are a source of private profit by rendering services that fill the gap left by cash strapped municipalities who can no longer fund the bulk of their normal operations. Rather than fines meant to deter infractions of the law, these fees fund the criminal justice system in lieu of adequate tax revenue while allowing private firms to profit.

An even more heart breaking case was featured in a recent documentary called To Prison for Poverty. It details the case of Halli Wood a poor, unemployed teenager from Columbiana, Alabama originally fined for a mere seat belt infraction! The report asserts;

Halli Wood, an unemployed 17-year-old from the small town of Columbiana, Alabama, told Brave New Films she was placed on probation with one of the largest of these companies, Judicial Correction Services, or JCS, after she couldn’t come up with the money to pay off a seat belt ticket. Although Wood couldn’t afford the $41 ticket, the company charged her an additional 45 dollars in fees. Like other private probation companies, JCS bills its services not to the court but to the defendant, a policy that helps explain its appeal to cash-starved municipal governments. If these defendants then fail to pay their debts to the company, they can end up in jail. According to the film, that’s where Wood may be headed.

Wood was assessed $41 for the ticket and $45 to JCS for fees associated with their “costs.” This is how it works. Companies like JCS work out a payment schedule with the debtor which must be strictly followed. In some cases court imposed fines of only $100 turn into long, drawn out financial ordeals costing poor families thousands mostly in private service fees which if not paid can result in jail terms.

Still more outrageous is that most of the time these illegal practices are doggedly pursued even when highly cost ineffective! One example cited by the report of this growing problem makes the point well;

Brennan Center analysis of one North Carolina county’s collection efforts found that in 2009 the government arrested 564 individuals and jailed 246 of them for failing to pay debt and update address information, but that the amount it ultimately collected from this group was less than what it spent on their incarceration.

The ACLU also published as more recent and focused report on the state of Ohio in April 2013 in which it detailed the abuses occurring there. Most of the evidence coming to light is still largely anecdotal and case by case as debtors’ prison is a very new phenomenon. Yet it is quickly growing where it already exists. The 2013 report examined eleven counties in Ohio finding especially egregious violations in seven of them. The report points out;

Courts in Huron, Cuyahoga, and Erie counties are among the worst offenders. In the second half of 2012, over 20% of all bookings in the Huron County Jail were related to failure to pay fines. In Cuyahoga County, the Parma Municipal Court jailed at least 45 people for failure to pay fines and costs between July 15 and August 31, 2012. During the same period in Erie County, the Sandusky Municipal Court jailed at least 75 people for similar charges.

One of the reasons this has become a larger and larger problem is that due process rights of defendants are violated by directing hearings on these matters to “mayors’ courts” which are neither courts of record or regular trial courts under the supervision of the Ohio Supreme Court. They are state courts established by municipalities originally to hear mostly traffic cases in order to relieve the overburdened circuit court system. Now they’ve become a way to circumvent due process and deprive the poor of a jury trial. A magistrate appointed by the Mayor presides over the court instead of a judge and there is no jury to decide guilt or innocence.Such courts are clearly being used in an unconstitutional fashion! Currently, at least 318 jurisdictions in Ohio try debtor’s cases in mayors courts. The ACLU report discusses how the state of Ohio abuses the system in order to violate the rights of poor debtors;

Ohio law makes perfectly clear the rights of defendants and the obligations of Ohio courts. Nevertheless, according to Ohio Public Defender Tim Young, municipal courts in Ohio often ignore these laws in three ways: •holding defendants in contempt for failure to pay fines and costs without due process, notice, or counsel; •ordering defendants to “pay or appear,” and issuing arrest warrants for those who fail to comply; or •jailing defendants who are too poor to pay their court costs or restitution. Many Ohio mayors’ courts use similar practices to incarcerate individuals for failure to pay fines, and mayors’ courts operate with even less accountability or oversight than do municipal courts.

ACLU investigators in Ohio consistently witnessed due process violations in dozens of debt proceedings. The report asserts;

In-person court observation likewise demonstrated a court that openly disregarded the legal rights of defendants. ACLU of Ohio staff members attended several contempt hearings in the Norwalk Municipal Court, weekly occurrences in which as many as 30 people faced contempt hearings for failure to pay court fines, and observed a process that did not make even a pretense of compliance with Ohio law. Instead, the court rushed debtors through a truncated process leading, invariably, to a sentence of “pay or sit in jail.” With some variations, this basic approach is followed in many counties across Ohio.

At the moment, most of this abuse of the legal system at the state and local level regards debts owed state and local government. Cases of debtors thrown into prison for privately owed debts that are still considered civil matter is relatively rare. Reworking the system so that debtors are increasingly made criminally liable for debts owed to private sector creditors seems to be a clear option if the authorities enjoy widespread success with LFOs owed to government. It almost seems as though what is going on in places like Ohio can be considered a pilot program for the real endgame, the reworking of the legal system to stealthily restore debtors prisons which have been a dead letter in America for nearly two centuries. Could it be that debtors prison is late capitalism’s proverbial Sword of Damocles over the middle class and especially working poor?

We know that bankruptcy laws have been changed to favor creditors. The 2005 bankruptcy reform law made bankruptcy more difficult and costly for consumers while increasing credit card company profits. Lenders figure financial delinquency rates into their fees and interest rates to begin with so that a law further advantaging lenders at the expense of the middle class is really unnecessary except as another piece of special interest legislation to benefit the rich. We also know that bankruptcy and debt write downs help the economy by restoring spending and growth. But what we see today is a new form of oppression that is as egregious as any found in Victorian England!

As the crisis of late capitalism deepens and the socioeconomic divide worsens democratic rights formerly taken for granted begin to be eroded as the rich seek to extract ever more surplus from the poorest elements of society. The new debtor prison phenomenon is symptomatic of how widening economic inequality erodes democracy and invites deepening oppression. A progressive backlash is required to restore the legal rights of the working poor and middle class as well as an array of policies to bridge the economic gap caused by three decades of supply side economics and union busting. Economic and political equality go hand in hand. No highly unequal society has ever sustained democratic institutions, practices and rights for long. The new debtors prisons are just a symptom of growing economic inequality. They are a dangerous harbinger of the collapse of our democratic system.

http://m.dailykos.com/story/2014/07/22/1315659/-Debtor-s-Prison-A-New-Reality?detail=email


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Truthout Daily Digest Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Backed by Big Telecom, GOP Takes Aim at Net Neutrality and Community Broadband

Mike Ludwig, Truthout: Why are members of Congress trying to derail popular efforts at the Federal Communications Commission to protect local broadband competition and establish meaningful net neutrality rules? The answer is easy: just follow the money.

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New Blueprint for US Workplace: Ellen Bravo on the Fight for Paid Family Leave

Amy Dean, Truthout: Too many Americans are going to work sick or unable to take time to care for a family member. Ellen Bravo, who has worked to organize women and men around this one policy goal for several decades, explains how we can change that.

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Israel’s Grinding Ground War in Gaza

Richard Silverstein, Truthout: For there to be a viable Palestine, Israel and the international community must recognize Hamas as a valid political interlocutor, rather than purely a terrorist organization.

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Meet the Online Tracking Device That Is Virtually Impossible to Block

Julia Angwin, ProPublica: A new, extremely persistent type of online tracking is shadowing visitors to thousands of top websites, from WhiteHouse.gov to YouPorn.com. This type of tracking, called canvas fingerprinting, works by instructing the visitor’s web browser to draw a hidden image.

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Screeching to the Choir: Anti-Abortion Terrorism and Christian Fundamentalism

Douglas Jamiel, Truthout: Like a social thermostat, the virulence of the anti-abortion movement has intensified with every victory in women’s rights, its rage stoked with each instance of female empowerment and self-determination.

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Legalized Bribery Has Allowed Sheldon Adelson to Buy and Sell Politicians

The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program: Sheldon Adelson, the same man who dropped a cool $150 million during the 2012 election cycle, is now talking about spending tens of millions more in the 2014 midterm elections. Make no mistake about it; when rich people or corporations put money into politics, it’s an investment, and they’re expecting a financial return.

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Stop Calling Soldiers “Heroes”: It Stops Us From Seeing Them as Human

Cara Hoffman, Salon: Last month the Institute of Medicine released a study showing that only half the veterans with PTSD are getting treatment for the condition. While this might seem a failure on the part of the Veterans Administration, there are likely bigger cultural issues at play.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: Fewer Than 12 Percent of US Workers Belong to Unions, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: Today, fewer than 12 percent of all workers belong to a labor group; since Congress can’t agree to increase the minimum wage, perhaps we should let small businesses decide; a Bush-appointed federal judge in California has declared that the death penalty in that state is unconstitutional; and more.

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Jonathan Schell | The Path to a New 1914? How the United States Chose War After 9/11

Jonathan Schell, TomDispatch: After 9/11, the Bush administration summoned into action the immense, technically revolutionized, post-Cold War US military machine, licensing military operations anywhere in the world. In the ensuing months, the aims and means of the war expanded. “Regime change” was established as a means for advancing the new policies.

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As Winds of Change Blow, South America Builds Its House With BRICS

Diana Cariboni, Inter Press Service: While this month’s summit of BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) might have been off the radar of Western powers, the leaders of its five member countries launched a financial system to rival Bretton Woods institutions.

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Generational Warriors? Secure Your Wallet

Jenny Brown, Labor Notes: Those trying to drum up a war between the generations claim Social Security won’t be there for younger folks when they retire – but carefully avoid mentioning that Social Security is there for us now, supporting our parents.

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Lack of International Pressure Permits Endless Assault on Gaza

Anton Woronczuk, The Real News Network: Vijay Prashad, the Edward Said chair at the American University of Beirut, says that without international pressure, Israel will not be held accountable for the crimes it commits against the Palestinians.

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BuzzFlash

An Eye for an Eye Makes the Whole World Blind, Said Gandhi, and Israel Is Losing Its Sight in Gaza

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: There is no exclusivity to victimhood.

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Federal Appeals Courts Clash Over Obamacare Subsidies

Read the Article at Talking Points Memo

“True Blood”‘s Ted Cruz Fundraiser at Bush Library Driving Wingnuts Crazy

Read the Article at Crooks and Liars

Eight Key Questions That Will Decide Control of the Senate

Read the Article at PBS Newshour

Nancy Pelosi Supports Jump Start for Middle-Class Women

Watch the Video on The Colbert Report

Twenty Million Americans Get Insurance Under Obamacare, Report Says

Read the Article at TIME

Evangelical Group Aims to Convert Children as Young as Five at Portland Parks and Pools

Read the Article at Talking Points Memo

World Breaks Temperature Record for June After Hottest May

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Earth Guide, Sun in Leo, 2014 . . . from our own, special Zooey!!! What a read :) ~J

ohnwentsya:

Thank you for sharing this Jean! I love Zooey! What a wonderful uplifting analysis of the coming month. If you are reading this and don’t click through to read the rest-unless you totally ignore astrology, you will be missing something awesome! :-)

Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:

    “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.”

      – Pablo Picasso

They say only a sane person knows they’re crazy; and for most people that comes from some hard-won insights. Or a bottle of tequila.

For me it’s all relative. I have so many Leo friends in my life that almost everyone I know is crazy. These are the folks who tiptoe through the tulips while wearing a cape, whistling a tune, and painting the sky with geraniums, gold, and generosity.

They shine! And that’s where the Sun is headed for the next few weeks, the creamy, caring, crazy, uber-creative vibes of the sign of Leo. Yay! Who couldn’t use some of that right about now?

Many people are turning inside out in frustration because nothing seems to have…

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A message from Mother

ohnwentsya:

Thank you Aisha! I Love it that the stone people talk to you and your sister too. I’ve been telling people they are alive and aware since I was a toddler-with the predictable reactions of being ignored or called “crazy” of course:-) It appears that every living being is joining in on this creative Shift and changes. I’ve been feeling very trapped inside and missing the wilderness lately. I so deeply appreciate your photos of the gorgeous landscape and skies there!

Originally posted on aisha north:

And here it is that we begin another cooperation again, for I am the one that will once again raise my voice above the din and greet you all as the female incarnate, the She, the one majestic force that for so long has been kept at bay on you shores. But now, my multicolored robes will once again flow freely around you all as the the state of languishing in hiding is now over. I go by many names, but all of them carry the same meaning. For I am She, the giver of life, the force of nature, the One that will join the other half and become complete once again.

For we are ONE, but for eons, mankind has simply experienced a disjointed half of the whole, a travesty of imbalance, a make believe of existence. But now, you have all helped to give free way to…

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The Oracle Report | Wednesday, July 23, 2014

FROM WISE OWL JAMES - YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

FROM WISE OWL JAMES – YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Balsamic Moon Phase: release

Moon in Gemini/Cancer

Ruling Mahavidya: Dhumavati (Goddess of Mirrors) and Kali (The Destroyer)

Skill: be mindful of what you are spreading

Negative Imprint: hysteria, emotional tornadoes, gossip, losing control, losing self

Positive Imprint: pleasure, satisfaction, belief that miracles happen, emotional balance

Today is the day of the year when things spread like wildfire. Moods, feelings, and sentiments are contagious. The power to spread or widely affect things is heightened, so we want to be mindful of what we are spreading.

The energy also comes with a potential to surprise. We may find ourselves taken off guard or tested by something. After the initial shock wears off, the result may be that we are liberated. Liberation from something that holds us back has been the universe’s mission this month. Today, a clearing of the air comes to discharge things that have built up.

There is a certain element to this energy that promotes hysteria, imbalance, and emotional swings. This comes on suddenly.

If you do not like the flavor of what is being spread (either by you or others), halt it. Walk away or separate yourself in some way. Disengaging changes the dynamic. You can return to it after getting back in balance or after the situation has changed. This includes states of mind and emotional states, not just the environment in which we are physically located.

The creative powers of the imagination are heighted today, as well. It’s dreamy energy during the dreamiest phase of the Moon – the Balsamic phase. The thoughts and feelings we have during the Balsamic Moon phase set the stage for the next lunar month. Heightened imagination is best used to envision desired experiences and the future you want. But an adverse effect can result when our imaginations run wild and lead us into delusion, which is easy with today’s tendencies toward hysteria. To facilitate the best use of this energy, let go and let things flow without worry of practicality or utility. Think pleasure and satisfaction.

It is never beyond the realm of possibility for miracles to occur, but today there is much power for such things. When something that was hidden is revealed or when something that was thought forbidden is seen in a new light, the results can be rather miraculous. Today, let’s engage our imaginations in the Realm of Possibility and hold space for the miraculous to happen.

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Get Over Yourself – Accept Joy

ohnwentsya:

Thank you Brenda! What a wonderful perspective. Especially in the midst of all the violence and horror in the news. Calculated to drag down the hearts of all caring people in the opposite direction from joy.
Emma Goldman once said”If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution! “. She was speaking to the Bolsheviks but her meaning applies to all agents of change.
What kind of change do we want? Well then that’s the kind we have to live and be!
Growing up in patriarchal colonized society, it truly is revolutionary to think that our being joyful can help create change more than our crying over the suffering and mass murder going on right now. It’s hard to grasp with our minds, but it makes sense.
There is an old saying “A nation is never truly conquered until the hearts of its women are laying on the ground.”. Our hearts are powerful!

Originally posted on Welcome to Brenda's Blog:

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Channeled by Brenda Hoffman for http://www.LifeTapestryCreations.com

Summary of Brenda’s July 18, 2014 channeled, free, 15-minute, channeled “Creation Energies” show at  http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/brenda-hoffman: Those of you who cleared your core fear in the past few days will discover that your next big piece is expecting and accepting joy. A seemingly easy task until you attempt to do so.

The title of last week’s “Brenda’s Blog” – her free, weekly, channeled blog for  www.LifeTapestryCreations.com: “What’ and ‘Why’ – New Earth Clearing Tools”

Brenda’s “Creation Energies” show and “Brenda’s Blog” contain different channeled information.

Dear Ones,

Many fear outcomes despite moving beyond the need to do so. You expect the same result true for this lifetime – before your transition – and many, if not all, previous lifetimes. It is as if someone has gifted you millions of dollars and you wonder when it will be taken away. Or…

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