I posted this comment in response to a post about Intelligent Design and thought it would be well to share it here:
There is a fabulous ultimate positive force that created all souls and even created the various gods and goddessess that people revere. However I wonder: does it abandon us once it has created us leaving us to fuck things up as we have, or does it care and feel our sorrows? I don't think it directly intervenes for it isn't like us at all. That is why it gave us the Gods and Goddesses. But sometimes they don't intervene either. It's all a big mystery that I don't claim to understand but will study for all my life because I really do want to know!
In Holy Qabalah, this force is Kether. It is the Sephirah depicted at the top of the tree. It is the Source of All Things. It created all things. All things were created benevolent but some have become corrupt.
Though the force that is Kether is much to be revered, it doesn't directly answer prayers. That is what the Gods, Goddesses and angels who are representatives of the other Sephiroth were created to do. I won't convolute this post with my theories about the Deities and their interactions with humans. I want to focus upon Kether--the Pure, Divine Source of All That Is.
Peace and Blessings,
The Qabalistic Tree of Life
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
I posted this comment in response to a post about Intelligent Design and thought it would be well to share it here:
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 11:41 PM
Saturday, May 27, 2006
I was very touched by this little girl who is facing this serious situation. I saw a Reiki candle charged for miraculous manifestations today and I bought it and carved into it my intention that she may be healed. I put it between my statuettes of Buddha and Tara and prayed to them and to Jesus that she should be healed. Please add your positive energy through your own prayers. The warmth from the heart chakra and the light from the third eye are helpful to imagine but not necesessary. The true positive energy comes from your sincere intent, whatever deity/deities you worship!
Thanks and blessings,
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 12:48 AM
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Please click the title link to read about a young lady who needs a miracle and please send your positive thoughts, energy and prayers to her.
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 3:54 AM
Last Wednesday evening while walking the dogs, I saw one of the most amazing rainbows that I've ever seen. There had been a short cloudburst and when we were walking towards the east I noticed a grand rainbow that extended all the way across the horizon in a gorgeous arc. The colors were very vivid and I saw something that I'd never seen before--the end of the rainbow. I could see it descending onto the hillside and could see the houses through it on the other side. I didn't think this was possible.
It was then that I noticed a second, faint rainbow right above and before the brilliant rainbow. And between the two was a patch of indigo sky. It looked as though if one were actually able to walk through this gateway, one would find themselves in a world in which all their fondest dreams had suddenly come true. I marveled at this and even though I knew I'd never make it through that gateway I wondered: what if it were possible? What if somehow everything I ever dreamed could happen if I walked through the gateway?
It was such a marvelous thought that even when the rainbow faded and my chance was gone, I remained entranced for some time.
There are times when I'm dismayed and feel trapped by my situation. Although I believe that great things are possible there are certain things that I have no idea how to do. On the miraculous level, what if I could somehow go back in time and make it so that a loved one had never died or find a wormhole so that person could be brought back to have another chance? Why does the positive magick I perform take so long to deliver results when those who do negative work often get very quick result? (But always with a dire price to pay in the end, mind. There actually is an answer to this that is the subject for another post.) Why do greedy and selfish people sometimes have so much while decent hardworking people sometimes work hard all their lives just to scrape by? Why are rude, judgmental people often popular?
Sometimes I dismay at having been given bipolar disorder in this life. It makes me wonder if all my emotions aren't simply a reaction given me by my hyperactive limbic system rather than being genuine feelings. Sometimes I look at the amazing mountains where I live and feel as if I am trapped in a great pit. I want to fly away and see the rest of the world. I want to see the oceans, to see the places where other people live, to meet people on the other side of the world. I believe it can come true. But when? I want to do it before I'm too old to truly enjoy it. I want to know the feeling of being free. I don't want to waste any more time!
The rainbow gateway shone on the other side of the police impound yard, which is right behind the mobile home park where I live.
I wonder what would have happened if I had been able to walk through?
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 2:55 AM
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Although I don't agree with the good minister that Christianity is the only true way to salvation/spiritual growth, I very much respect her peaceful approach to presenting the views which she has a strong conviction to. I am interested in presenting all points of view even ones I do not agree with if they are given in a respectful, nonconfrontational way. Whatever your beliefs, it is worth giving this website a look.
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 11:47 PM
I am pleased to announce my psychic reading service. Please click the title link to learn more!
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 1:50 AM
|You Are 56% Open Minded|
You are a very open minded person, but you're also well grounded.
Tolerant and flexible, you appreciate most lifestyles and viewpoints.
But you also know where you stand firm, and you can draw that line.
You're open to considering every possibility - but in the end, you stand true to yourself.
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 12:44 AM
Monday, May 15, 2006
Click the tile link to access the official Lazaris website. Lazaris is an evolved spirit being channeled by clairvoyant Jach Purcell. He offers gentle, nonjudgmental wisdom and spiritual growth techniques. His teachings can be utilized by persons of any religion. The materials are affordable even on a limited budget. I hope you will look at what Lazaris has to offer!
Love and light,
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 12:19 AM
Saturday, May 13, 2006
Because I have no idea what a "meme" is other than a stupid survey, I shall continue calling them Stupid Surveys.
This one has been floating around awhile and I had been refusing to do it because the fact that I'm damn weird is inherently obvious. So pretty much everything I do is weird. But I had to stop and ask--is there anything about me that people don't necessarily know? Or something that I can scar their sanity with?For the sake of saving space, if not your mind, I will limit my List 'O' Weirdity to 13.
If you have triskedecophobia, I now say to you...MWAHAHAHAHAAAAA!!!!
And now, the List 'O' Weirdity!
1. I'm claustrophobic. I don't even like taking elevators. I'm not so bad off that I can't get in an elevator but I'm always very happy when it opens up.
2. I'm afraid of the dark. I have to sleep with a night light. No joke!
3. I'm afraid of large insects. When I was 6 years old I once had a dream that a stink bug was crawling up my leg. The next day, a stink bug crawled up my leg. It really freaked me out! Which leads to...
4. I sometimes have precognitive dreams. When I was 3 years old, I dreamed that my mother was pushing a baby carriage and I knew my baby brother was in the carriage. The next day my mother told me she was having a baby. I said it better be a brother! And, so it was!The night before my father had a stroke I dreamed he was lying with his head in my lap looking upwards but not speaking. I said "Dad, I'm sorry. Please be ok." (We'd had a big argument the day before.)
Most recently (and I'm sure I'll lose at least one of my two readers at this point!) I dreamed that I had several people in the examining room at work and the only part of them I could see was their butts. Realize, I work with the elderly. In the department I'm currently in I don't deal with butts as much. The next day I found out that there's talk of eliminating the night shift in the department I'm currently working in. Which would mean the threat of possibly having to return to Long Term Care and work with a hell of a lot more poo again. (Actually, I don't think I can work in long term care again. I developed a severe curvature in the spine from doing that kind of work for too many years and it could only deteriorate further.)
5. I also sometimes know things about people and situations before anyone has revealed the information. Usually it's useless information but sometimes it turns out to be important!
6. Even when I don't have precognitive dreams I'll have free-floating anxiety before an important negative event that disappears after the event.
7. I am empathic. I can pick up on strong painful feelings even if a person says nothing. I can also pick up on feelings from photographs.
8. I believe that I have the ability to communicate with spirits. I don't usually see spirits, although I have seen one human spirit and I used to see animal spirits when I was young. My great grandfather could see spirits but didn't speak with them.
9. I literally have a GHOST writer working with me on my novel.
10. I have done past life regressions on myself. One allowed me to get rid of my needle phobia.
11. I have Type II Bipolar Disorder. I did not know this until I was 39 years old. Until that time I had been diagnosed as having depression with anxiety. None of the medications they used on me worked, in fact they tended to make me worse. The correct diagnosis is essential!
12. I used to get a real kick out of mooning people! I secretly (well, it's not a secret any more!) hope to moon the entire world before I die. Get your wide angle lenses ready, Folks!
13. I really, truly, genuinely look like Miss Piggy.
Miss Piggy's a likeable character though. Even if she's a little arrogant. I'm like Miss Piggy without the arrogance!
Think: Miss Piggy with a crystal ball.
Actually I'm lousy at scrying. I'm much better with Tarot cards.
And now you are welcome to thank me for making you feel normal!
Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 11:56 PM
Thursday, May 11, 2006
Here's one of those little personal tests and the results.
Cara, Having Alone Time renews your spirit
In our fast-paced, round-the-clock world, we often forget to schedule time with the most important person of all: ourselves. And for free spirits like you, alone time is the precious commodity you need to relax, refuel, and rejuvenate.Whether it's a leisurely walk around the block or a cup of coffee at a quaint cafe, a solo outing is sure to refresh your outlook and renew your spirit. It also makes the return to daily life and other people that much sweeter. So, what are you waiting for? Make an appointment for some quality one-on-one time!
Often people who like spending time alone are seen as antisocial. It doesn't mean that I hate the world because I tend to be a lone wolf!
My son tells me that he needs one day a week where he's by himself to think. My family thinks there's something wrong with this. I see where he's coming from.
If you want to be alone all the time, it can mean depression. But sometimes it's great!
Here's the link that was at the bottom of the test. Who knows, maybe you could win something!
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Posted by Cie Cheesemeister at 3:36 AM