Full Beaver Moon


Full Beaver Moon

By Tara Sutphen


The Beaver’s Moon at 29* Taurus will culminate November 21, 2010 9:29am pst/ 12:29pm est (almanac) This moon is about your money, your possessions, and your environment. Idea’s can come to light on how to master what you would like to manifest. Have you been challenged with how the media, economy and politics scare the mass populace? Align and feel the earth beneath you, it’s time for a reprieve, to relax and be less stressful. Bend down and touch the ground if you want, be in wonder of where you are…right now. Become aware of your surroundings, the choices you’ve made and the new modifications you are going to make. You’re ready to step into your life, not away from it, right? Touch your arm, your heart, and your face to reconnect your body. Take a moment to be in full appreciation of you. (10 seconds) Take a moment to value the people in your life. (10 seconds)

Observing and listening to others should be a peaceful and sometimes rewarding experience. It is time to reconnect to your environment. Be the captain of your own ship, sailing in the direction you long to go. The moon, your personal spotlight in the world, asks you to tune in to your physical appearance and inner radiance allowing yourself to shine. You belong to the earth’s glory; attune your personal vibration with the earth’s resonance. It must be you who integrates warmth, sincerity and a constructive attitude. Your life force is affirmed by you. Exercise on how to gain full consciousness. Take a 360 degree turn to embed people, places and things into your memory. Breathe in the experience, the colors, and your feelings.

No more judgment or complaining about people, events and situations. You are going to make the ever present now a reality in your daily life. The holidays are coming, good practice for being open to forgiveness, and thoughtfulness. Leave the past in the past. Problems came into your life to help you stumble forth when you were stuck and not paying attention. No reruns, this is it. Whether you handled them well or not, take knowledge, love, and your security needs to the next level. Be in touch with who you are, “Feel it, See it, Hear it and Know it” – open your psychic centers to enhance every day.


Journal Questions:


What are you Thankful for?

Who are you Thankful for?

What does sacred space mean to you?

  • Do you have a place to create sacred space within your home
  • Do you have a place to create sacred space within your environment


What tests will come up for you during the holidays?

 • Physical level

• Emotional level

• Intellectual level

 • Spiritual level


What brings you joy? 

• Parents

• Children

• Lovers

• Spouses

• Friendships

• People

• Places

• Career Choices


 What brings you pain?

• Parents

• Children

• Lovers

• Spouses

• Friendships

• People

• Places

• Career Choices



 Ideal future situation, create a story

• Parents

• Children

• Lovers

• Spouses

• Friendships

• People

• Places

• Career Choices


What fears has the media, economy and politics created in you?

  • Does this affect you personally
  • What can you do about it with constructive action


Do you take risks?

3 – 10 sentences

• Love

• Money

• Wellness

• Happiness

• Playfulness

• Wisdom

• Contentment


Critique family or friends for the holidays?


• 3-10 sentences each question


  • Is your experience generally happy
  • Is your experience generally sad
  • What is the style of communication
  • Are they aware of your feelings
  • Are you aware of their feelings
  • What is the compromise
  • resolution

Remember it is you that creates light and love. You are the messenger, you are the hope and faith of those around you. Take your place among your family, friends, environment, city, state, country and world. It all belongs to you. Make effort, own your inner luminescence.


“Let your mind start a journey thru a strange new world. Leave all thoughts of the world you knew before. Let your soul take you where you long to be…Close your eyes let your spirit start to soar, and you’ll live as you’ve never lived before.”

~Erich Fromm (German born American social Philosopher and Psychoanalyst, 1900-1980)

Proverbs from the Ancient Temples



Proverbs From the Ancient Egyptian Temples

There are two parts of the temple; the outer temple where the beginning initiates are allowed to come, and the inner temple where one can enter only after proven worthy and ready to acquire the higher knowledge and insights.

One of the concepts that the Egyptians held was that man was the microcosm of the universe – the macrocosm. This is the reason for the saying: “know thyself.” Their spiritual aspect of this concept held that within man (which they symbolized as a five-pointed star) is the divine essence of the Creator and the Heavens. And this finds expression in their teaching: “The kingdom of heaven is within you; and whosoever shall know himself shall find it.”(1)

Below are some of the teachings, proverbs, and maxims gleaned from the works of Isha Schwaller de Lubicz who, under the direction of her husband and teacher, R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, lived for fifteen years among the temples and tombs of Luxor and Karnak, in order to try and “penetrate the secret symbolism of the hieroglyphs.” Isha has written a two volume work of a fictionalized account, based on her research, of an Egyptian initiate progressing through the stages of initiation to attain “self knowledge and cosmic wisdom.”(2) She explains in her works that if one were to focus on the principles underlying the concepts of the gods, i.e. the Neters (Neter is often translated as “god,” but it actually refers to something more like a fundamental principle of nature, or a sort of causal agent.), of ancient Egypt, then one would readily see the commonality of the concepts running throughout the differing expressions of their cosmology. Many of these teachings, proverbs, and maxims relate directly to these concepts, and are reflections others.

From the Outer Temple(3)

  • The best and shortest road towards knowledge of truth [is] Nature.
  • For every joy there is a price to be paid.
  • If his heart rules him, his conscience will soon take the place of the rod.
  • What you are doing does not matter so much as what you are learning from doing it. · It is better not to know and to know that one does not know,than presumptuously to attribute some random meaning to symbols.
  • If you search for the laws of harmony, you will find knowledge.
  • If you are searching for a Neter, observe Nature!
  • Exuberance is a good stimulus towards action, but the inner light grows in silence and concentration.
  • Not the greatest Master can go even one step for his disciple; in himself he must experience each stage of developing consciousness. Therefore he will know nothing for which he is not ripe.
  • The body is the house of God. That is why it is said, “Man know thyself.”
  • True teaching is not an accumulation of knowledge; it is an awaking of consciousness which goes through successive stages.
  • The man who knows how to lead one of his brothers towards what he has known may one day be saved by that very brother.
  • People bring about their own undoing through their tongues.
  • If one tries to navigate unknown waters one runs the risk of shipwreck.
  • Leave him in error who loves his error.
  • Every man is rich in excuses to safeguard his prejudices, his instincts, and his opinions.
  • To know means to record in one’s memory; but to understand means to blend with the thing and to assimilate it oneself.
  • There are two kinds of error: blind credulity and piecemeal criticism. Never believe a word without putting its truth to the test; discernment does not grow in laziness; and this faculty of discernment is indispensable to the Seeker. Sound skepticism is the necessary condition for good discernment; but piecemeal criticism is an error.
  • Love is one thing, knowledge is another.
  • True sages are those who give what they have, without meanness and without secret!
  • An answer brings no illumination unless the question has matured to a point where it gives rise to this answer which thus becomes its fruit. Therefore learn how to put a question.
  • What reveals itself to me ceases to be mysterious—for me alone: if I unveil it to anyone else, he hears mere words which betray the living sense: Profanation, but never revelation.
  • The first concerning the ‘secrets’: all cognition comes from inside; we are therefore initiated only by ourselves, but the Master gives the keys.
  • The second concerning the ‘way’: the seeker has need of a Master to guide him and lift him up when he falls, to lead him back to the right way when he strays.
  • Understanding develops by degrees.
  • As to deserving, know that the gift of Heaven is free; this gift of Knowledge is so great that no effort whatever could hope to ‘deserve’ it.
  • If the Master teaches what is error, the disciple’s submission is slavery; if he teaches truth, this submission is ennoblement.
  • There grows no wheat where there is no grain.
  • The only thing that is humiliating is helplessness.

From the Inner Temple(4)

  • An answer if profitable in proportion to the intensity of the quest.
  • Listen to your conviction, even if they seem absurd to your reason.
  • Know the world in yourself. Never look for yourself in the world, for this would be to project your illusion
  • To teach one must know the nature of those whom one is teaching.
  • In every vital activity it is the path that matters.
  • The way of knowledge is narrow.
  • Each truth you learn will be, for you, as new as if it had never been written.
  • The only active force that arises out of possession is fear of losing the object of possession.
  • If you defy an enemy by doubting his courage you double it.
  • The nut doesn’t reveal the tree it contains.
  • For knowledge … you should know that peace is an indispensable condition of getting it.
  • The first thing necessary in teaching is a master; the second is a pupil capable of carrying on the tradition.
  • Peace is the fruit of activity, not of sleep.
  • Envious greed must govern to possess and ambition must possess to govern.
  • When the governing class isn’t chosen for quality it is chosen for material wealth: this always means decadence, the lowest stage a society can reach.
  • Two tendencies govern human choice and effort, the search after quantity and the search after quality. They classify mankind. Some follow Maat, others seek the way of animal instinct.
  • Qualities of a moral order are measured by deeds.
  • One foot isn’t enough to walk with.
  • Our senses serve to affirm, not to know.
  • We mustn’t confuse mastery with mimicry, knowledge with superstitious ignorance.
  • Physical consciousness is indispensable for the achievement of knowledge.
  • A man can’t be judge of his neighbor’ intelligence. His own vital experience is never his neighbor’s.
  • No discussion can throw light if it wanders from the real point.
  • Your body is the temple of knowledge.
  • Experience will show you, a Master can only point the way.
  • A house has the character of the man who lives in it.
  • All organs work together in the functioning of the whole.
  • A man’s heart is his own Neter.
  • A pupil may show you by his own efforts how much he deserves to learn from you.
  • Routine and prejudice distort vision. Each man thinks his own horizon is the limit of the world.
  • You will free yourself when you learn to be neutral and follow the instructions of your heart without letting things perturb you. This is the way of Maat.
  • Judge by cause, not by effect.
  • Growth in consciousness doesn’t depend on the will of the intellect or its possibilities but on the intensity of the inner urge.
  • Every man must act in the rhythm of his time … such is wisdom.
  • Men need images. Lacking them they invent idols. Better then to found the images on realities that lead the true seeker to the source.
  • Maat, who links universal to terrestrial, the divine with the human is incomprehensible to the cerebral intelligence.
  • Have the wisdom to abandon the values of a time that has passed and pick out the constituents of the future. An environment must be suited to the age and men to their environment.
  • Everyone finds himself in the world where he belongs. The essential thing is to have a fixed point from which to check its reality now and then.
  • Always watch and follow nature.
  • A phenomenon always arises from the interaction of complementaries. If you want something look for the complement that will elicit it. Set causes Horus. Horus redeems Set.
  • All seed answer light, but the color is different.
  • The plant reveals what is in the seed.
  • Popular beliefs on essential matters must be examined in order to discover the original thought.
  • It is the passive resistance from the helm that steers the boat.
  • The key to all problems is the problem of consciousness.
  • Man must learn to increase his sense of responsibility and of the fact that everything he does will have its consequences.
  • If you would build something solid, don’t work with wind: always look for a fixed point, something you know that is stable … yourself.
  • If you would know yourself, take yourself as starting point and go back to its source; your beginning will disclose your end.
  • Images are nearer reality than cold definitions.
  • Seek peacefully, you will find.
  • Organization is impossible unless those who know the laws of harmony lay the foundation.
  • It is no use whatever preaching Wisdom to men: you must inject it into their blood.
  • Knowledge is consciousness of reality. Reality is the sum of the laws that govern nature and of the causes from which they flow.
  • Social good is what brings peace to family and society.
  • Knowledge is not necessarily wisdom.
  • By knowing one reaches belief. By doing one gains conviction. When you know, dare.
  • Altruism is the mark of a superior being.
  • All is within yourself. Know your most inward self and look for what corresponds with it in nature.
  • The seed cannot sprout upwards without simultaneously sending roots into the ground.
  • The seed includes all the possibilities of the tree. … The seed will develop these possibilities, however, only if it receives corresponding energies from the sky.
  • Grain must return to the earth, die, and decompose for new growth to begin.
  • Man, know thyself … and thou shalt know the gods.

The initiates spent years in the temples, decades even and sometimes lifetimes. The Egyptians priests took great care in the selecting and accepting candidates into their temples. See the list of virtues given by George G. M. James in his book, Stolen Legacy, that the Neophyte was required to manifest.

(1) See Gerald Massey, Ancient Egypt the Light of the World, Volume I, page 438.
(2) The quotes are taken from the back cover booknotes of Her-Bak: The Living Face of Ancient Egypt, by Isha Schwaller de Lubicz.
(3) The quotes were taken from Ihsa Schwaller de Lubicz, Her-Bak: The Living Face of Ancient Egypt.
(4) The quotes were taken from Ihsa Schwaller de Lubicz, Her-Bak: Egyptian Initiate.

Egypt Tour – May 11-22, 2011

Egypt Tour

May 11-22,2011

You are invited to reawaken into the Mystic Realms of Ancient Egypt. Your guides in this adventure will be Tara Sutphen and Andrea Smith.  You will be exploring Past Life Regression and Life Force Activation in the Great Pyramid of Giza. And we have special permission to visit in the paws of the Sphinx. We will help connect you psychically to your past, present and future possibilities through the Temples of Isis, Hathor, Horus, Ramses II, the Valley of the Kings and other sites. You will go through healing exercises, psychometry, and learn to sorce in magical places of time immemorial. We will stay in 5 Star hotels and be taken on a 5 star cruise along the Nile. May 11-22, 2011 -Price is $3900. excluding airfare and some meals. 




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13* Scorpio New Moon



13* Scorpio New Moon

By Tara Sutphen

13* Scorpio New Moon (no moon – starry dark sky, the time of dreaming), culminating November 6, 2010. This Scorpio New Moon is about communicating on a deeper level, a time to convey thoughts into meaningful words. Thinking deeply doesn’t always give way to articulation. We can do an awful lot of talking without necessarily creating a constructive flow. All talking including chatter to your inner you or to others should be constructive in nature, not destructive. Are you harboring personal secrets, misleading yourself of what you want or fooling yourself. What dynamics or issues are within your love life, family, friendships, career or health, this may be a chance to come face to face with your needs.  Why not free your mind and voice to find your power within. Keeping effective counsel in your dreaming, speaking and functioning is a way to create positive thoughts, words and deeds. Make changes to alleviate some of the stress you experience. What is your inner dialogue, in your mind or under your breath, are you listening to what “you say”.

Sometimes we find others having a certain hold on us, and we may feel they keep us from achieving our full potential. In actuality, we cannot blame others for our lack of success in any area of life. We can wonder how we found ourselves on rollercoaster loop to loop’s, but do we know when we should get off the ride? It might be time for an attitude adjustment and maybe even a physical change. Our viewpoints come into focus when we are thinking more clearly and precisely. We may have expectations that everyone will someday click into deeper reasoning. That is not necessarily so. And the sooner you concentrate on your abundant self worth and your inner beauty. True consciousness will come to light. For finding the resplendence within gives you the ability to shine for others. Hold your inner counsel.

Journal Questions:

Describe dialogue to yourself on these subjects: Go ahead and be critical if you want. -For your eyes only-

1-7 sentences describing how well you do in these areas or not.

  • Exercise
  • Meditation
  • arguing
  • ignoring
  • processing
  • dialogue with others
  • Counseling
  • Unsettled behavior
  • Over reactions
  • Under reactions
  • Busy errands
  • Crying
  • Irrational
  • Realistic
  • Steps to solve
  • Dilemma
  • Home
  • Inner
  • Outer
  • Personal
  • Secret
  • Love
  • Health
  • Work
  • Career
  • Success
  • Friendship
  • Family
  • Sexual
  • Overweight
  • Bad habit
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Learning
  • Self esteem
  • Confidence
  • Money
  • Anxiousness
  • Frustration
  • Overwrought
  • Grief
  • Non issue but making a dilemma
  • Boredom
  • Panic
  • Out of control situation
  • Holding on
  • Letting go

Are you doing every constructive criticism you made for yourself?

Give  yourself  1 -10 – 1 being least effort , 10 being greatest effort

      “Honor is the inner garment of the Soul; the first thing put on by it with the flesh, and the last it layeth down at its separation from it.”

 ~Akhenaton quotes (King of Egypt, 14th century BC)

Yenunduh Wuy-Wuy Waddy

Yenunduh Wuy-Wuy Waddy

Australia is calling, and excitedly Cheyenne and I board a plane for Sydney. Richard is coming too. We are featured speakers at the MindBodySpirit Festival held at Darling Harbor. I am conducting Native American meditations, while Richard will be helping his group find ‘Answers from Spirit’. Cheyenne is going through the troubling teen years. As a mother I am aware of her need to be doted on and I take the opportunity to arrange a ‘kid trip’. I book the Oz Experience Bus. Here is their advertising: The Oz experience bus travels by day because you came to see ALL of Australia!  There’s a stack of included activities en route; learn to surf, barefoot bowling, bush walking, outback experience, mini-goat rodeos, beaches…

Years have gone by of this experience, but the magic of this time is still present in my life now. I want to share it with you.


It is one thing to be in Australia’s lovely cities and quite another to venture out into a land that has deadly creatures. Richard has read me bits and pieces of Bill Bryson’s “A Sun-Burned Country” and although comical, the fear factor is strong. And on our first day we experience a locust swarm. The bugs splat against the windshield and there aren’t just a few, there are millions. Our poor young driver is having a heck of a time seeing out the bus windshield. We are in the middle of a bug storm that lasts hours.  Somber, we all watch and give the driver gentle confidence. Luckily getting out of the bug zone, we continue to a farm on the edge of the outback that borders the location to the biggest telescope in the world. We decide to take a walk before dinner. Many Kangaroo are starting to come out to feed. They stop to stare as deer would do.  I send pink light from my third eye. They in turn send me a spiraling vibration.  At dinner I ask the farmer if Kangaroo ever get bit by ‘Brown Snakes’ and he say’s “No”. At that moment I realize that Kangaroo have an ancient way of letting the snakes know they are not food or danger.



Siding Spring Observatory — Oz’s foremost optical astronomy research center sends over an astronomer during the evening for a lecture on stars and space. Afterwards we are sent to our luxurious cinderblock cement floor rooms, the bathrooms are at the end of the building. Cheyenne is bunking with some of the other young travelers to make some friends. I dream.

I begin this lucid dream where I am just west of the farm, a rounded mountain is off to my left. An old Aboriginal Shaman is smiling into my face, dressed in a maroon tunic and has a black and yellow staff.  He draws a circle in the dirt and takes my hand and places me in the circle, we are facing west and he looks into my face and then points west. Oh, and I get it right away, he wants me to travel further west into the outback. And I laugh saying, ‘oh I don’t know about that’.  And he smiles at me, again pointing me west.

I awaken and open my door to seven kangaroo. Why are they only at my door? I realize they are waiting for the pink light. I walk down to the bathroom, they are still waiting for me when I re-emerge, wanting more of the pink light. At the processed breakfast, down to the instant granule coffee, I ask the farmer to tell me about the rounded mountain off to the left of the farm. “It’s an Aborigine Sacred Mountain. The region is called Warrumbungle National Park.”


Later I am playing with teal colored crawfish.  Richard shouts as the bus prepares to leave. Off for days of traveling, we are headed to watering holes to swim, hikes, sights to see and to horseback ride. On the ride there is an option to wear your bathing suit, we are given Standardbreds off the racetrack, I let my horse out at his full pace. The smoothness is heavenly. Cautiously we swim with the horses in the river. Our guides don’t seem to be bothered.  “No worries, the crocs are in Queensland”. We are only a short distance away from the border.


We arrive into Bryon Bay at dusk, what a sweet sight to see the Ocean and experience this little town which reminds me of what Maui must’ve been like in the 1970’s. We again are whisked into sleeping with a load of other folks and we decide it might be time to consider our Oz Experience over and find another hotel. We step into a nice place off the sea.  The hotel’s bathroom is black and white stone, Cheyenne lies on the floor moaning in bliss at having a real bathroom. I’m elated as well, we have amenities.

On the ‘to do’ board, there is an ad of an Aboriginal didgeridoo maker who will teach you to make one for $175.00 Australian dollars. Cheyenne says she’d like this, I start tracking this man down before the sun sets. I have her starting the next morning making her own didgeridoo. They will create the instrument from total scratch and the process will take 5 days. Her teacher Ken Dickson asks if we’d like to go into the outback with him to gather more didgeridoo wood. He’ll charge us $500.00 Australian for the three of us to accompany him. Going over and over in my mind is the Shamanic dream I had, pointing me westward. I talk it over with Richard and Cheyenne, who of course consider the idea insane. I tell them I’ll be back in a few days, as I know I have to go. There is no question for me, I’ve been called to go to a holy place or meet a holy person.


The next morning, the three of us check out of the hotel and climb into Ken’s newly acquired vehicle. He has wood in the back that I have to sit on riding over to his house. I feel I could have the heebie-jeebies as the spiders are god-awful in Australia but I am calm and trusting in the process. We are less than a few miles down the road when we run out of gasoline. Ken walks off into the distance to find petrol. Richard looks at me and says ‘this can’t be a good omen’ as he knows my whole existence is reading signs. I tell him to look up at the hawk, as it’s shadow casts over my body. I say, “you can go back to town and stay, but I must go”. Ken comes back with his gas can.  Did I mention there is no air conditioning in his vehicle? Soon again on the road, we’re heading out into the outback with our chain-smoking Aboriginal guide.


Along the way, Ken lets us know that he’ll have his friend joining our convoy. At 11pm we stop into a roadside diner and meet up with Ken’s friend, Howie.  Ken would like to ride with Howie so Richard takes over driving. We still have the windows down, it’s December and the summer season. Joining us are lots of ‘Christmas Bugs’ – black spider looking flying bugs. They are incredibly ugly but don’t bite. Richard flicks one off the windshield and it lands on my bare legs where the coffee I am holding goes flying. Richard’s even more upset as he’s now in the middle of Australia not knowing where he is going and for what reason. To make matters more intense, whenever you see the “Road-Trains” coming, you must move immediately to the side of the road and stop. They can easily cause you to lose control of your vehicle as they haul 2-6 container trailers at a time.


At 2am we come to a little motel and head to our rooms. We are off again at 8am  to beat the heat. At noon we stop for a few minutes and I decide to ride with Howie.  After all, he has a brand new Mitsubishi 4-wheel drive with air conditioning. I ask Richard and Cheyenne to join me, but they are content driving with all the windows open even though the sun is scorching. I haven’t met our co-guide yet and find myself in deep metaphysical conversation very fast. He didn’t know he was going to meet us. He reaches in the back seat and pulls out a book. “This is for you, I ran back into the house to retrieve this before I left”. The book’s title “When you see the Emu in the Sky” Elizabeth Fuller, an American woman’s experience with the Aboriginal people.  Howie is kind and articulate. He tells me of his work, and that the most magnificent sight I will see in the outback will be the sky at night.

Boy, Howie is right.  As I stand in the middle of the darkness, the sky becomes a planetarium as though I can reach and almost touch the stars. They are 360 degrees around me, rising from the ground in front of me to the outer reaches of space.  I spend hours every night in wonder. The peacefulness of it all gives me nights of deep restful sleep.

We settle into a trailer encampment they regard as a motel. It’s on the edge of flat desert type land, and in the town of Hebel. The next little station or town is many miles away. We are in what they call a tin box. There is a small pub where we can make sandwiches and barbeque at night. Ken has made a deal with a sweet family for wood on their land, they have an opal mine. The owner pours opals into Cheyenne’s hands for her to keep. In return all their friends of the area come over to have palms read by me. News travels fast in a place where you think no one lives. I am asking the locals if there are any holy places or holy people to meet. They all look at me rather blankly in this respect. In the meantime, Howie and I talk. He tells me about his tribe affiliations and that he owns a didgeridoo and Aboriginal souvenir shop in Byron Bay. I tell him that we were in it, and that I found it to be one of the most beautiful shops I’ve seen. He seems pleased.


Ken wants to put the didge wood into Howie’s car and have us ride in his car, but I take matters in the planning department and say we are riding in the air-conditioned vehicle. It is 107*-113* every day and although we are fairing the heat very well, I decide we don’t need to stay in Ken’s car. Especially as he chain smokes, though he is nice as peach. The didgeridoo wood is hollowed out by termites and their mounds are everywhere. I don’t know if we’re carrying back any of the little bugs back into civilization. I am happy for the switch.

Howie as he drives along answers my questions, he tells me stories of holy men and women of the Aborigine. I’m a little worried that I still haven’t had a real epiphany or contact with said holy person or place. But as we are driving, there is a spotted cat dead on the side of the road. The fur is magnificent and Howie turns to me in the back seat and says he’s never seen one before. It is a very rare cat and is the fourth animal of his personal ancestry. He turns to me again, and says I now know I am to tell you. He turns his attention back to his driving and begins to tell us that he is being groomed to represent all the tribes of Australia as a great Shaman.

 I have been with my holy person the whole time. May Howie’s genuineness and humanity always rest gently in my heart. I then ask him his tribal name. It is Yenunduh Wuy-Wuy Waddy.

We said our good-byes, but Howie and I remain in contact.

I regard Howie as effortlessly powerful. We came together for those brief days just to stir each other’s energy into greater accomplishment and harmony. His Shamanic power changed my life, and Cheyenne’s. She went on to become Valedictorian of High School.  After she came home from the Australia trip she decided she really liked to study and her whole life opened up to experience love, beauty, learning and happiness. Howie cleared our paths, even though clearing can be a bit painful at times. I continue to honor his ability from across the whole world. He is someone I had to know this life….

And Howie allows me to share a message he wrote to me:

Hi Tara, How you doing there sweetie?

You know, I think about you and your family fairly regularly. You have burnt a permanent spot inside of my spirit all in a good way.

So how has life been treating you? How are your seminars etc going?

I still have not yet managed to get away over to the States, but this year coming is my launching off all over the show, so you will definitely be seeing and hearing from me for sure.

I have been going on a fair amount of spiritual journeys since having met you. It was like the doors opened up for me – like you were the usher to this new wonderful world that I am now receiving and experiencing.

I have been doing “Sundance Ceremonies” in New Zealand over the past couple of years and that has just been amazing.

I would dearly love to see you again. Spirit has been placing on my heart that you are thinking of a return to Australia. If this is what is happening please let me know so that I can support your journey/stay here.

If you were intending to run some seminars/workshops etc, I can certainly help you with venues, advertising etc in the Byron Bay region, as well as other Australian cities etc.

Hope that all is well with you and the family and I look forward to seeing and hearing from you.

Loads of love to you,

Howie xoxox —Yenunduh Wuy-Wuy Waddy

If you are interested in Howie and his work, he’s on facebook – http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=702482590

I feel the generation of light family gatherings to be, becoming more and more increased. It is great to be connecting with light beings from around the globe that are sharing similar visions and pathways. The time is right here for all of us to embrace and take a hold of the intention that we possess individually in our contribution to the “Whole”.  ~Yenunduh Wuy-Wuy Waddy