I grew up severely ill with asthma and other respiratory illnesses. Doctors told my parents I wouldn’t live past 30. I spent a lot of time in emergency rooms, doctor’s offices, hospitals and at home, struggling to breathe for hours, days, weeks. I’ve had two near death experiences. I have outlived my entire birth family, and outlived my predicted demise by decades. I am absolutely certain that the only reason I’m still alive is because of my study and practice of using spiritual techniques and alternative therapies and natural medicine; many wonderful counselors and teachers; sheer will, and Source and other light beings keeping me alive so that I could do this work I’m doing for the planet. Just like the invisible spider web holding the rain drops that show up in this photo, Source and the light have been shoring me up through all the challenges to my body and being over the years. So still being alive, being able to dedicate myself to this work and the work I’ll be doing after the new timeline is in place, deserves acknowledgement and celebration! Woo hoo!!!!
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I left West Seattle, Seattle, WA Nov. 1, 2012, thinking I would only be on the road for a month until big positive changes happened on the planet Dec. 21, 2012. I’ve been on the road ever since, staying here and there, living on donations and faith, barter at times, and only twice in a friend’s home briefly. I heard the call and leapt. I had started another blog a few years before, then moved it over to here when that website host shut down.
In 1978, while briefly working at Prescott College as their communications directer, I attended a workshop led by people from Findhorn, a spiritual community in Scotland. During the workshop I received guidance that I was to create a wellness center, community. I knew there were certainly others out there but the guidance was clear. Thus began 40 years spent researching various wellness centers, resorts, and communities. I interviewed various people who had created retreat centers and wellness centers, project managers, construction people, organizational development people, spa managers, architects, looked into sustainability and permaculture, and connected with a long time green builder architect. I had a few people join with me at times, attracted a few possible funders that never followed through, and attended many group meetings regarding angel funding. I even had a company who dealt with angel funders interview me about my plans. One of the brief “team members” helped me write a business plan, with the help of some retired business consultants. The architect and I put together some of the details to flesh out the financials. Mostly though I worked on my own, did my own research and managed to get all the building, property, offerings etc. for the financial and business plan in place.
Since I was on the road, I decided to tour various wellness resorts and spas I was close to along my travels. I stopped in Ojai, CA to meet with a woman with a wellness retreat, looking to expand, and we discussed possibly joining forces. I followed every lead. So far nothing has panned out but I managed to complete my own market research. None of these research projects and details are part of my training. As usual, I just follow guidance and figure it out along the way. I’ve since realized that my wellness centers, which I now call “Transformational welcome centers”, will not be created until after we are on a new timeline. They will be places to assist humanity in healing and learning how to live in this new world.
So, long story…shortened a bit, these tours led me to create a second blog https://katelontjeffereys.wordpress.com/ . I’ve since run out of room for media for that free blog and presently don’t have the funds to pay for the benefits of upgrading on WP. So…..I”m sharing here my recent trip to Manito Park, in Spokane, WA.
I’m not fond of Spokane but it does have some pretty parks and nature preserves. My time in nature and walks around neighborhoods are what keep me sane and peaceful amidst this intense work I do daily. Manito Park is a place I’ve visited several times and written about before on my other blog. I’d never visited in the summer though, with all in full bloom. Manito park was created in 1904 and has evolved into 78 acres of landscaped trails and areas, and 20 acres of botanical gardens. It is located at 1702 S. Grand Blvd., south of I-90, in Spokane, WA. There are playgrounds, walking and biking trails, some roads, a pond, a cafe, 5 gardens including a Japanese Garden, and Gaiser Conservatory. I’ve been to the conservatory around the holidays when it is beautifully lit up with holiday lights. So, I’m going to share some photos I took with my phone camera. You can click on a photo to get a larger view. Hope you enjoy them and find some peace in your day or night 🙂
This group of photos were taken in the Gaiser Conservatory:
These photos are taken in the Rose Hill Garden and just south of it. Rose Hill is just to the west of the Conservatory:
This is Duncan Garden, a large formal garden, south of the Conservatory:
These are taken in the large Ferris Perennial Garden, which is north of the Conservatory:
Lastly, here is one of the trails:
Thanks so much for reading, liking, commenting, following and sharing my blog. I appreciate your time, interest and support. The main work John and I do continues. We are making progress and soon hope to successfully help to bring forth a new timeline for all.
For those of you who are long time followers, you know that John and I have been focused on shutting down the Dark power structure, and all their weaponry, for a very long time. Me – millions and millions of years. John and I working together, with all the others working with us – over 6 1/2 years. It’s been a very long winter. Now I’m a fan of Nature’s winter, but not a fan of the Dark’s winter. During this work we’ve run up against wall after wall of the dark’s agendas and weapons.
Photos by Katelon Jeffereys
It’s been like a mining expedition to chip away at all their reserves. They’ve had a very long time and had many “players” devising and designing these things. (the millions and millions of years) We believe we’ve chopped it down, and cut off as many branches of their machinery as we can, but just like dead trees can sprout leaves, they seem to be able to regenerate more. Plus, just like China’s rogue rocket ready to throw down debris, there is so much weaponry long ago created that still infects the atmosphere and appears to be ready to regenerate or require attention.
But just like nature nurtures the seeds in the ground or within the trees and bushes and fields that burst through the gray and barren winter landscape, progress is made and solutions come.
Some appear hidden and we have to look for them:
Some turn up looking different than we had expected:
Some just line up and are handed to us by Source and others working with us:
Some just come on their own and add such a relief to this what appeared to be barren landscape:
Some require more attention, grooming and care:
But although the final blooming and success of this work appears to be still closed and not fulfilled, I trust that just as spring comes, seemingly on its own, each year, in spite of all the destruction and attempts on Mother Nature, the final end to the Dark’s power/structures/systems/lies etc will come and the beauty and bounty of the new timeline of Oneness and Abundance will bloom for all.
Thank you so much for standing with us and this work, holding the light of truth and success for the light. I’m sure John will be adding more information, which he is great at, so be sure to check out his blog: https://freedom4humanity.wordpress.com/
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Whew!!! I don’t know about you but these huge energy influxes coming into the planet feel to me like an intense roller coaster ride…sometimes thrilling and blissful and sometimes bringing up some of the scariest, darkest fears I’ve had in a long time!I did talk to one person I know, asking him how he is making it through all of this and he looked at me like he had no idea what I was talking about. But he is the only one. Most of my friends have been experiencing the same ride that I have been on and are feeling somewhat confused and exhausted by it. How about you?
For me I can have days of feeling so trusting, so positive, knowing all is well, all will be sunny in the end and other days are spent sobbing and feeling like things are never going to change and this darkness is the best I can expect.Sometimes it is the body pain that hobbles me and other times it is the emotional or spiritual pain that brings me down for the count.
So how can you and I make our way through this with as much grace and ease as possible, with the fewest scars?
I am finding grace in summertime, as I stroll along the paths of my favorite local park, or drive to other favorite nature spots.Seeing the bursts of color after the cold, wet, gray winter of Seattle, lifts my spirit and reminds me that seasons come and go, things do blossom and sweetness can reach my soul once again.Inspired by flowers like the one accompanying this article, I am strengthened by seeing the strong yet flexible stalk that holds this flower upright through the rain and wind, bringing it nutrients from the soil, reminding me that we are supported by Mother Earth. My joy returns as I notice the bright face of the flower as it reaches and opens to let in the sunshine, just as the light that is constantly being shone on us from Spirit can uplift us.
I breathe deeply, spreading my arms, like leaves, to drink in this renewal, storing up nurturing to see me through any possible future storms of doubt or confusion. I set my toes free from shoes so I can wiggle them in the sand and soil, planting my own roots, feeling my connection to this beautiful planet and my commitment to assist in it’s transformation. As I learn to care for myself, I learn to better care for the earth. As I learn to love myself more, I learn to love the earth more. As I drink in the sun, the soil, the summer, I fill myself up so that I have more to give to others, and lend them a hand to guide them through this maze of change.
So please join me in remembering who we are,remembering Spirit and Mother earth who feed us, and the creative energy that we, too, hold inside that has the potential to burst forth in blossoms of beauty, just as nature does.