The Cosmic Surf 2012 to Infinity

Riding Life’s Big Wave of Love

June 2012

This year is whizzing by, and we are already past Summer Solstice. Everything seems to be communicating in new ways, plants, animals, Redwoods from far away, big wave surf from around the corner to Fiji. I notice more and more that vibrations, situations, attitudes, beliefs, fall away or transform with each moment. What was a strong belief, or one I didn’t even know I had, shifts and twists. We are in an amazing time right now, where just about anything can capture our attention in a joyful way. What is captivating you now? What new vibration are you enjoying now? The way we use energy within our own bodies are changing too. There is more aliveness to experience. The last time I updated this blog was November 2011, and it seems light years away from how I am experiencing my world today. I notice more love, more fun, and more exploration is out there. So keep it up earthlings!! Keep surfing these waves!!

Wave Talk Reviews

Just finished another great one. Maybe I just love all books.

I loved Countdown to Coherence Countdown to Coherence: A Spiritual Journey Toward a Scientific Theory of Everything and had the opportunity to interview author Hazel Courteney. I love how she weaves science and spirituality and leaves room for your own connection to the universe join into the conversation as you are reading. Courteney lets us explore the evidence found by Professor William Tiller about the coupling of the molecular physical world and the magnetic information wave level to Dr. Miceal Ledwith work with the study of orbs, to the descriptions of the community intent around the spirit of service of Damanhur. Courteney invites the reader into a new world of wonder in a beautiful way.


March 23, 2011, Currently I am reading four books at once. I do not usually do that. Or, maybe I should say that I didn’t use to do that.  I think its a new multidimensional thing.

Walking Through Illusion by Betsy Thompson

I have finished up Walking Through Illusion, by Betsy Thompson. It was an amazing dive into the relationships Jesus and his colleagues.