Live Comedy – The Stevie Zone: Coming to my web site this week!

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May 142012
 

Live Comedy – The Stevie Zone: Coming to my web site this week!

OK, OK! When it comes to getting techie tasks done, my pace becomes a slow chew like a snail, rather than the mega-bites gorging across the net. Hardly, in alignment with the kind of lightning turnaround everyone demands, or at least expects, in this day and age. But, this medium, (if you’ll pardon the pun) is supposed to be of service to us, not me to it!

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The Stevie Zone has entered new dimensions!

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May 052012
 

Holy Hangover Batman!  The Gathering at 7 Oaks was a personal milestone for me. Seldom in my life can I recall feeling such great success at my own endeavors. Being with colleagues and fellow students some of whom were in the original MIchael Group aka Messages from Michael – vis-a-vie Chelsea Quinn-Yarbro, granted me a place in the constellation of the Michael Universe that was only a glimmer for me before. Continue reading »

2012 Update – Michael on Passion and Growth

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Apr 162012
 
[Michael Assessment]
“Growth does not always attend acquisition or expansion. Sometimes, the betters angels of one’s nature arise, and as a result induce strength and improve integrity, when hardship or adversity seem to be the dominant theme. Summing up the year to date, many have found a rather slow coming to terms with that one can still have trust in. The King demands for itself a reliable source of trust before it ventures into something new.

Prayer: Attention to Intention

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Mar 192012
 

Some recent channeling I received explained more about the nature of prayer, its function, what it does for us, and how with repetition, it can move your mind and emotions into an attitude where action becomes more immediate and more effective.

About Prayer: Or call it focused intention.

Prayer is talking to myself! Oh yes, I might believe that I am being listened too by whatever one calls God, no matter if you refer to it as: Jesus, Allah, Buddha, Spirit, Universe, TAO, or Source. But if I speak my invocation aloud; my intended target might be God, but it is my own hearing which is the first receiver! Continue reading »

Emotionalism and The Good ol’ Days

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Mar 142012
 

This article is in response to a submission by a reader.

The subject expressed nostalgia for the “good old days.” In my opinion, they exposed the negative pole of the Emotional Center, sentimentality about the a past that people espouse and seem to yearn for.

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I’m taking the 5th…Internal Monad, that is!

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Mar 052012
 

In a conversation with a friend of mine, she mentioned that while reading a couple of my recent newsletters, she determined that their short length was a hint that something had happened to me. Her actual words were “what have you done with my Cocconi?” The implication, of course, that since I am better known for my verbosity, than my brevity, something was amiss with me. I’m taking the 5th! No not a fifth of tequila (though it sounds tempting); nor the fifth amendment – where I withhold from you in fear of being self incriminating; but the 5th Internal Monad.(IM)..aka “review of life task.” Continue reading »

Examining our Stories – Is your narrative thick or thin?

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Feb 272012
 

Recently my Priest friend Richard and I had a lengthy discussion. He introduced me to a method of study that caused my mind to light-up with the implications. Thoughts and images began reshuffled in my mind while new ideas were formed to fill in the gaps.  He contrasted the notions of thin narrative versus that of a thick narrative.

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