White Feather Once, long ago, the ruler of a mountainous Asian nation sought counsel from a Tibetan holy man on how he could help lead his people through change. The holy man gave the leader a magic flute that would drastically change his life. This is the story of that flute which led the leader on a journey of self-realization. The flute would eventually lead him to a young farm girl who had the most divine singing voice in the world. When she sang, people wept at the beauty of it and people were also healed. What happened when the flute, the leader, and the singing girl got together is an event of divine proportions. A very moving story.
White Feather The thought-provoking story of a man's life in Ancient Japan. Desparately seeking enlightenment, his life's path leads through extreme situations which inform him of what enlightment is not.... Get ready to travel back in time.
White Feather In a remote desert canyon, Gerghus lived in a small Airstream trailer that was parked on a bluff overlooking a sparsely traveled two-lane desert highway. The trailer was strategically placed so that it was not noticed by those driving the highway, yet Gerghus could watch the traffic from his trailer window. He had been living there for over two years, but could not identify why he was drawn to the spot. It was surely one of the loneliest places imaginable....
White Feather Seeing Paradise is a series of short ebooks on transformational spirituality featuring the collected metaphysical writings of White Feather. This fourth volume includes writings about the nature of truth and absolutes, the reality of change and a compelling metaphor about self-realization.
White Feather Once, in a universe far, far away, there lived some Gods who were bored and in need of something new and exciting. One of the Gods came up with a wonderful idea. This God suggested moving the universe to a new location next to another universe that was very busy with activity. Being right next to this other universe, perhaps new ideas would leak into their universe, and an interchange of ideas could take place. So the Gods moved their universe and began watching for entities from the other universe to either come into theirs or to think thoughts that the Gods could use in their universe.....
White Feather A short story by White Feather. Pedro was a loner, and had always been one. Never in his 55 years had Pedro ever felt lonely, though. So why did he suddenly feel lonely now? Standing on the balcony of his motel room, Pedro stared out at the ocean in hopes of being drawn out of that loneliness......
White Feather This is a fast-paced, exciting spiritual adventure story about the transformations of Sarah Benson, a thirty-something country western singer/songwriter who had fallen into a rut. She had not written a song in over a year, her relationship was on the rocks, and she was working at a job that she hated. Although she desparately wanted to change, Sarah could not seem to bring that change about.
And then the dreams started.... Sarah Benson began having recurring dreams of a mystical bookstore. The dreams continued for months until finally she took action. She went on a vacation! Of course, it was not so much a vacation as it was a spiritual quest to find and unlock the artist within and experience true personal growth. And she also hoped to find that bookstore that she dreamed so much about in the real physical world. In her quest, Sarah's awake life and her dream life started to blend and merge. In the process, her conscious dreams also came under examination. With her life collapsing around her, she wondered what her true purpose was in life and her dreams and her guidance led her to new understandings about that--as well as to new understandings about music.
Sarah's quest also led her straight into a mystery involving Edgar Cayce, a mysterious man in a bookstore, and more intense lucid dreams about times in the distant past. Her attempt to solve this mystery became a quest of its own.
From the backwoods of Arkansas to the mountains of Colorado, Sarah's roller coaster adventure will make you sigh, it will make you laugh, and tears may be shed. And it will certainly make you think.
White Feather Seeing Paradise is a series of short ebooks on transformational spirituality featuring the collected metaphysical writings of White Feather. In this ninth volume White Feather talks about imagination and inspiration and provides a simple yet powerful technique to help us switch from mental/emotional conditioning to imagination/inspiration circuitry. A powerful mantra is also provided that helps us connect to the Source consciousness that enables this transformation. A profound shift in our lives can occur when we become consciously aware of conditioned reactions and consciously choose to instead respond through inspiration and imagination.
White Feather Seeing Paradise is a series of short ebooks on transformational spirituality featuring the collected metaphysical writings of White Feather. In this eighth volume we are presented with different and quite radical perspectives on life cycles. In a reality built from waves of consciousness everything is cyclical and so, too, is a human lifetime. We tend to see a lifetime as one segment of time beginning with birth and ending with death but by playing with these perspectives we can look deeper into the various cycles within each lifetime and see how they apply to our evolutionary and spiritual self-realization. Included are some mind games that are sure to tweak one's perspectives on life, death, aging, growth and choice.
White Feather These 30 teachings are a collection of White Feather's earliest metaphysical writings. They build a foundation of concepts that are further expanded upon in subsequent books. One of the primary concepts is that we already live in a different world but we have yet to awaken to that realization. Through the changing of our perceptions and the embracing of love, joy and beauty we can start living that realization. White Feather uncovers the veils blocking our perception and shows us an awakening to a different world. For those studying White Feather's teachings this book is the best place to start.
White Feather Alimaka worked at the Akashic Hall of Records and could tap into the life-changing moments of people's lives. He wove stories that illustrated the complexities of the human condition and the transitions that resulted. He showed the beauty of the never ending cycles that move us back and forth between spirit and the physical. Most importantly, the stories reveal the intensity of the human spirit in its drive to understand life and to live it fully. Joy, epiphany, beauty, and tragedy combine to show the uniqueness of each human and how that human reacts to life. In the garden outside the Akashic Temple Alimaka explains the fountain of youth and the paths we choose in finding our joy. Through these stories we can walk in the shoes of a wide spectrum of personalities, any of which could be other faces of ourselves.
White Feather Double Rainbows is a collection of autobiographical short stories that reflect on the joys and tribulations of childhood, seen both from the viewpoint of being a child and fathering a child. White Feather reveals his early leanings towards spirituality as well as music. He fondly remembers his father’s Zen-like influence and he relates his mother’s atheism and its affect on him. He tells stories of his first encounter with information about Edgar Cayce as well as his first encounter with the Beatles. Synchronicities with John Lennon weave through two stories. From childhood to young adulthood, the stories move on to fatherhood and a coinciding spiritual awakening involving sweat-lodge ceremonies and the Harmonic Convergence. Psychic prophecy also weaves through some of the stories. Through it all White Feather reveals one of his greatest teachers. This new expanded edition contains two new additional stories.
White Feather This collection of 31 ramblings by White Feather brings together several of his ideas and perceptions on life. The idea that reality is created through perception is delved into as is using wonderment as a tool. Energy sources, resistance, thoughts, feelings, movement, happiness, art, and pushing the envelope are talked about, with intensive rambling about the process of individuation and the creation of a Self. The differences between Sources and Creators are delineated as are the differences between our head noggins and our belly noggins. And that doesn't make sense until you read White Feather's explanation of the all-important donut in our belly. With wit and wisdom, White Feather pushes the envelope of our perceptions.
White Feather We are formless energy and consciousness moving through and manifesting in the world of form. White Feather elaborates on what happens as we move from Source energy into form and then develop identities tied to that form. The separation between our true divine identity and the egoic form identity is the chasm we are trying to bridge in our journey of self-awareness. We build that bridge by embracing unconditional love and the NOW. To begin that bridge building there are choices that must first be made and White Feather illuminates those choices and the ensuing path of loving our selves into existence.
White Feather Through his visionary short fiction, White Feather takes the reader across time and space, opening up new perspectives and revealing unseen connections. From ancient Atlantis to Japan to Persia to the windswept American prairie to the bustling of modern cities, these nine stories show the human quest for enlightenment and happiness enduring through many diverse situations. With insight and humor, White Feather's storytelling takes us into the human heart. Included are some of White Feather's most popular stories, including The Whooping Crane Saga, Valley of Visions, Saving the Planet, Hanging Laundry, The Purple Planet, and more....
White Feather White Feather always wanted to be a writer. As a young man he figured that one of the best jobs he could get was one working in a bookstore. He would be surrounded by books every day, he could read voraciously, and he could learn a lot about books and the book business. Working in a bookstore, he was like a kid in a candy store. Over the course of three decades, he worked in several bookstores and even owned and managed his own bookstore for nine years. White Feather has many stories from all these years spent in bookstores and these nine stories are a selection of his favorites. Spirituality, reincarnation, synchronicity, and love weave through these stories as events are related that are often far more bizarre than one would normally attribute to life in a bookstore.
White Feather A middle-aged cashier at Wal-Mart, Penny Crawford led a dismal existence. Everyone she loved had left her. Her financial situation was bleak. She suffered from numerous physical ailments. She had no social life. And then one day she sat down on a park bench....and everything changed. Hers is a story of radical transformation brought on by a secret she learned from a mysterious old man. Her dreams had all died but they came alive again after utilizing what the mysterious old man taught her. But when they came back alive they were very different. Indeed, Penny herself was very different......
White Feather Seeing Paradise is a series of short ebooks on transformational spirituality featuring the collected metaphysical writings of White Feather. This seventh volume includes writings by White Feather on pheromones, marriage, lust, divorce, sex, emotions and unconditional love. Readers' questions are answered about the dynamics of human relationships.
White Feather This is volume 1 of an ongoing magazine of White Feather's writings. Written from the heart, White Feather's articles and short stories pierce through the veil separating the physical and non-physical worlds. The messages are about the heroic transformation of human consciousness and the connections between people's journeys. One-ness, beauty, and joy are revealed in all of life's places. Included are the short stories; Teenage Girl in the Forest, What You Resist, Persists, A Tale of Two White Christmases, Leaving the Office, The Cliff, and A Life-changing Cup of Coffee. Articles include; Energy Cycles and Disease, Celebration and Contrast, Crazy Horse Races, How Often Do You Bless? Blessing a Nuclear Bomb, White Buffalo Calf Woman, Can Smoking Be Sacred? Listening Without Thinking, and Playground Music.
White Feather This is volume 2 of an ongoing magazine of White Feather's writings. Written from the heart, White Feather's articles and short stories pierce through the veil separating the physical and non-physical worlds. The messages are about the heroic transformation of human consciousness and the connections between people's journeys. One-ness, beauty, and joy are revealed in all of life's places. Pieces include: Annie and the Train, A Banana a Day, The Best Ice Cream of All Time, The Gratitude Mini-chakra, Opening the Heart, Umbrellas and Sunscreen, Death of a Legend, Loving Haters, The Snowy Mountain, Seeing Paradise, My Grandfather's Pocket Watch, Throwing Rocks, Judgment, Discernment and the Noggin, More on Judgment, and Bite Me.
White Feather White Feather has been going on picnics throughout his life. The nature of those picnics have changed considerably with time. The picnics of his youth were fun but very different from the picnics he went on as a father. Later, his picnics became solitary and took on near spiritual dimensions. Through three very touching stories, White Feather shares what he has experienced and learned about picnics and their importance in our lives. Every day millions of picnic tables across America go unused as going on picnics has become less popular. Western culture has undergone a severe disconnect with nature and White Feather suggests that if we all start going on more picnics it would not only better our own lives but it just might help save the world.
White Feather Animals are part of many families in today's world. Peace and harmony can be maintained between species to create an idyllic family unit. One particular family that lived in an old two story house in Colorado, however, found out that peace and harmony can very suddenly be shattered. They experienced the gripping and horrifying pandemonium that can result from the introduction of a new and different specie to the family unit. It was by no means easy to restore order and tranquility to the household. This is the story of how that family handled their unexpected crisis.
White Feather What would you do if you were suddenly thrust into a position of leadership in a field you knew nothing about? What if hundreds of people were anxiously awaiting for you to do something you did not even know how to do? What if the success of an entire event was completely up to you? What if the clock had ticked down and there was no time left to escape the situation? Would you suffer from performance anxiety? How would you overcome that in order to do what you had to do?
This is the madcap story of how one person dealt with exactly this type of situation. Take a crazy ride with this person on an adventure that would paralyze most people.