An Amazing Trip

Here I am in my quiet hotel room this evening after a wonderful weekend of another Divine Cosmos Convergence Conference. This one was in Miami FL, and we had a great group of people. It really seems that each conference is better than the one before. David was getting over a sore throat, so we didn't perform any music from Wanderer Awakening, which David sings. But Larry and I provided music during the meditations at the end of each day.

David's presentations are always interesting, and he keeps adding new material to every conference. He brings such a positive attitude to what is going on in the world and in the cosmos, and it is very reassuring as well as fascinating. Larry gave a talk on oneness and forgiveness, and I spoke on how to bring magic into our lives through the process of dreaming, believing, and then creating a satisfying life, all beginning with love.

Compton Rom and Stephen Huntsman were there again, with their terrific products from their company, Ascended Health. Compton gave us all some really good information about our health, and how the earth provides so much of what we need to be healthy and strong. And Keith Cini, who works at Hippocrates Health Center in West Palm Beach, gave a class in QiGong, which was marvelous.

Today David and Larry and I visited Coral Castle in Homestead FL, and that was a magical experience. You can learn about it by going to It has huge structures made from coral and limestone which one man, Edward Leedskalnin, single-handedly carved and constructed by himself from 1923 to 1951. A lot of the pieces of coral weigh between five tons and forty tons, and it is incredible that this man who was barely five feet tall could figure out a way to cut them and move them into place by himself.

He claimed he knew the secrets of how the pyramids were constructed. To this day, no scientist or engineer has been able to figure out how he did it, but people theorize that he understood how to levitate the huge pieces of stone. Our tour guide there, Raoul, was very knowledgeable and had a lot of insight into the man and his creation.

All in all, this has been a most extraordinary trip, and I am thankful to be a part of Divine Cosmos. Our next conference will be in Dallas in March, and I'm looking forward to it.

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