What a year it's been! Change is in the air. No longer can we remain stagnant and lethargic. Horrific events are happening on the world stage, new coalitions are being created that will either cause us to take to heart our grave concerns over how we're depleting Mother Earth or continue to minimize the effect our excessive greed, waste, and materialism have had on her health. Relationships are falling apart causing us to dig deeper and deeper into the core of our Being for ways of relating that will restore our child like passion, authenticity, honesty and exploration into our selves and into our Oneness with one another. The clarion call is resounding loud and clear. Wake up! Live fully in the Now moment and become totally immersed in what we are given to do.
Here at NaMestoy Farm we provide opportunities for those who are hearing the call and want to join together with others who long to break through the barriers that have kept us confined to anemic living and explode into the depths and heights of of who and what we can be. My daughter, Carrie, has inspired many to aim for this goal in her book, Making - Millennium. She says:
"Often my concerns about revolution have been to change: to change things, ideas, institutions, people. How you change people, how you make them happy and free, I still haven't figured out. But I sacrificed for all that revolution of change. Yet there was something too external about it, too remote, too many variables. And in too many ways nothing changed. Life moved, but nothing changed.... I can spend the rest of my life trying to tear this thing down or... And, oh, how I've learned to love that "or" ... that possibility for living a life with a cosmic-bent.
That cosmic-bent is the place where you start feeling more responsible about running your own blood ...you build your own Red Cross and pick up mantras that are inherent to your psyche. You start hitching up to the cause of internal revolutions. There are ways of putting your life in the hands of eternal revolutions. These revolutions don't require IRS backing. These revolutions don't give a Popsicle stick about whom you do and do not know or how many degrees they've crammed into your head or the lay of the land on your resume.
It's an appropriate thing to listen to Dante. He was a wise, Inferno man. Dream of heat, burning, going up in flames. Burn yourself out on the Quest. Walk the inner-terrain. Stalk god within; then turn and give that to the world. That is one Hell of a Revolution."