Balance. Purpose. Enlightenment.
The Solstice is a sacred time for Lemurians, and as we approach the Winter Solstice, I thought back to my Shasta Summer Solstice. Many truth seekers come to Mount Shasta here in California seeking to experience some essence of the Masters and connect with God through Nature, and as a Lemurian Fellowship student, I knew this beautiful mountain was once a meeting place for Lemurian Adepts. So it seemed a perfect place to attune with Nature and the Great Ones and connect mentally with other Lemurians celebrating this occasion. Leaving the trail, I ascended the mountain alone, away from other hikers.
As I took in the mountain ‘s beauty on this clear, cool day, I snapped some pictures. With each step and every breath of invigorating air, I felt lighter until it seemed my whole being was filled with light. Imagining the Great Ones must be near in thought made the trek up the mountain even more special. As dry ground gave way to patches of snow, it seemed a good place for a comfortable attunement. I spotted a rock warmed by beams of sunlight sifting through tall firs and surrounded by patches of snow.
I took my place on the warm rock, illumined by the light from the center of our solar system that surely, I thought, must be from Christ to lighten and uplift our world for those who could sense it. I entered my attunement, enjoying the thoughts that passed through my mind. Thanking the Great Ones, and feeling waves of gratitude for being part of the Lemurian Program, I thought:
How wonderful it would be if I could photograph a nature spirit such as Dr. Stelle described.
How great to be able to show everyone such an image! Inspired, I photographed the towering tree in front of me.
I started down the mountain, taking more pictures along the way. After reaching my car, I decided to look through the pictures I had taken as a reminder of this wonderful journey.
I found the tree picture I took just after my attunement. It was different from the others. There was an oval and an aura or halo above the treetop. Could this possibly be the nature spirit I had imagined capturing? Or just a coincidental artifact of light hitting the lens in an unusual way? Hmm . . . not sure! All I know is I was inspired to take this shot to try to capture the nature spirits. It’s the only picture that looks this way. No other shot I took that day has any auras at all. My camera lens was clear, and I never adjusted or wiped it.
So this picture is a wonderful souvenir of my magical Shasta Summer Solstice . It’s a tantalizing reminder of possibilities of what could be, what we do not yet know or understand. It helps expand consciousness as it leads us to wonder and contemplate the mysteries yet to be revealed about our universe.
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“It’s a tantalizing reminder of possibilities of what could be, what we do not yet know or understand. It helps expand consciousness as it leads us to wonder and contemplate the mysteries yet to be revealed about our universe.”
These are the words that resonate with me in the story of the Mt. Shasta attunement. What mysteries about our natural world lie ahead, what can I understand and use of these mysteries and what must I do to earn the understanding of them?
And as powerful as this thought is, there is one that holds even more allure – what of the mysteries within us, the metaphysical, the supernatural, the unfolding of the truth of our past endeavors on this planet, the divine purpose of human existence?
Perhaps both the inner and outer worlds will be brought into the light simultaneously, but however it happens, I look forward to these enlightenments with much anticipation.
Thanks for sharing your story and picture. It was a pleasure to read. It reminds me of the goodness and wonder that exists in our world. When we work to extend ourselves and learn to connect better, our heartfelt inspiration and enthusiasm is our reward.
Love that area! I hitchhiked there in 1975 looking for Lemurians, caught a ride out of Mcloud, then hiked up to a place called The Gate, spent a cold night then hiked back down. I had been using a search method of hitchhiking in both directions to see where it took me, but when I got to interstate 5, the first car was going south, but I was cold and had had enough, so I went north back home to Washington. I hadn’t yet learned of the Lemurian Fellowship, but I often wondered what would have happened if I’d gone south.
A beautiful word picture of Mt. Shasta and your attunement! I especially liked the thought of light from the sun being from Christ to lighten (or maybe enlighten!) the world.
I did not know the connection between Lemurian adepts and Mount Shasta. I climbed it years ago, about halfway up. I had just lost a baby mid pregnancy, and had to stay behind while my husbqnd and the others went on. I was able to accept my sorrow, and began to grow stronger. Years later I discovered the Lemurian Studies, which have enriched my life beyond telling. Soon after I began my studies, I carried a beautiful baby boy to term. As a child he also studied Lemurian philosophy for children. He is a fine man today. I only now see the fitness of my trip up Shasta so long ago. Thank you. The aura photo is wonderful!