One of the participants, Deborah, had heard my question to Linda on An Hour with an Angel, about what we should do at the conference – should I strew flower petals over the group?
Deborah brought a very large bouquet of roses with the invitation that I actually do strew them over the group and I got a great deal of pleasure walking around the group and tossing rose petals over everyone. Very nice touch, Deborah. Thank you for that. Too bad you didn’t bring the toutou.
Linda began the conference with messages from the Divine Mother, Archangel Michael, St. Germaine, and others. This is the first time in my recollection that I’ve heard a series of speakers and it was very interesting to see the differences in their delivery and style.
The Divine Mother was regal and loving and St. Germaine was playful and mischievous. The Divine Mother made the point that the New You was really the old you, the original you, implying that we were mounting the same Jacob’s Ladder of Consciousness that we had descended eons ago.
St. Germaine talked more about the re-assumption of our powers of creativity and revealed a little more than he already has about how he manifested large diamonds at King Louis XIV’s court – a very famous incident that startled courtiers.
He explained that he wanted to reawaken a jaded aristocracy to the wonders of the universe and reminded us that we have forgotten our own powers of creation and manifestation.
Taka led a meditation with an instrument I’m not familiar with, which he whirled over his head and made a sound that sucked our attention inwards.
He followed that with a performance on the Tibetan bell and the digeridoo that was haunting and again added to the atmosphere of us being in uncharted waters. Taka and Linda have been collaborating at workshops for I think 18 years.
Deb Cone was slated to play the gong but found that the instruments available at Joshua Tree were inferior and simply would not allow for the delicate work she engages in. She explained that using tinny instruments could induce effects that were counterproductive and so with a great deal of disappointment she had to make the execu