Re: Angels work in our astral body
- Now that I know you like this kind of story, Bradford, I suggest you
check out: "Sinful Simon and the Holy Inocents" at:
http://southerncrossreview.org/41/sinful.simon.htm It will do
wonders for you astral body.
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> Grandma Butterflygathering,
> Frank, this is just a fine, fine, fine tale, worthy of any
> yikes, it was good. It doesn't get much better than that..What ago
> Bradford comments;
> Wrapped in a winding sheet and Revelation unfurls the wings of the
> Cosmic human butterfly, that was Lazarus...but this is Grandma.
> Grandma is going to take a long journey children. My Grandma
> Anderson of Wheaton made the most striking impression on me. She
> made a striking impression on my cousin David..It is too long to
> into, but she, like other old country souls, rose early, harvestedthe
> in the dew of the Garden, care giver for a whole house of elderly,
> which she was kind of a doctor to, backed the bread, laundered,
> shopped, and it was this thing Steiner said about blessing, that
> touch of certain older people in our lives transmits blessing..grandmothers
> Well, it is too long to go into...but Frank got the essence of a
> real meeting with an Angelic Being in his tale. Our meetings as
> Consciousness Soul candidates means taking images of others home,
> reviewing our day backwards in astral compression and transforming
> inner vision with each person we see, to see their unique agile or
> docile spirit, wearing matter, so that we see the spirit, tone,
> gesture, and identity as this mobile image of the divine.
> Angels are working in the astral body, and some of our
> with gardens and whole flocks of grandchildren held the insightsand
> lived with them warmly and unconsciously...and their touch,brought
> blessing and their Angels appreciated their journey.
> Nice work Frank!
- Most observent of you, Deborah. I assume the artist felt that the nose could
distract the viewer from the other more interesting anatomical features.
> Hi Frank! Nice cover--but where's her nose? I notice other anatomicallikee?
> details seem to be lovingly rendered.
> > The pic on the cover page is Grandma when she lived in China...You
> > Frank
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