A Sanctuary healing story by Silvia Hartmann which illustrates why we should go to the perfect place in time and space.
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The Project Sanctuary Story
A Project Sanctuary "story" is a sequence of events that has a beginning, a middle and an end and MOVES through its unfoldments.
By starting with a question, an artefact, or a problem, a story comes into being that is co-created by the conscious mind and the energy mind together and this story will eventually lead to a breakthrough on the topic - what we call a threshold shift.
Stories can be short and succinct, or very complex and involved to become a metastory, one of the most profound Project Sanctuary experiences - or any other type of experience, for that matter! - you can have.
Stories hold exponentially more information than lists of static facts; they are complex, organic metaphors. When we have Project Sanctuary story experiences and tell others about them - story telling - spontaneously a natural form of languaging comes into being that is called a metasong.
At the very end of the DragonLords, there is a PS. At the end of the PS, there are 2 sentences that connect The DragonLords to Elory's Joy.
In August of 2021, I started to write a story. I got disrupted and even though I thought about finishing it many times, I couldn't quite "get there." Following the first day of Project SuperStar, whilst doing the homework exercise for Part 1, all of a sudden, the story jumped into my mind. I went back there and completed it today. Here's "Black Rock."
Inspired during the Energy Show "The Spirit of Prosperity," here is the story of The Orb of Prosperity.
Pure Sanctuary magic! :-)
Margarita Foley ascended on December 31st, 2021. She was a beloved GoE Member, GoE Trainer and she LOVED Sanctuary/SuperMind. Margarita was also one of the Soul Pilots research team in 2004. Here is one of her stories.
An excerpt from my Special Report on the Afterlife, the field of flowers really encapsulates why making preparations for the afterlife in this life is such a very good idea.
Metaphors are a fine thing, and breakthrough healing metaphors that can cause an instant world expansion in a lightning strike are even finer. Let's have more of those! :-)
The Dragon Dreams story by Silvia Hartmann, featuring the richest man in the galaxy, a youngling and 5 dragon eggs.
In Sanctuary, I came across this group of people who didn't know they were dead and thought they were still in physical reality and in their own version of the Hard. This, of course, is a problem ...
Many people ask, "Is this all there is? There should be more to life than this ..." and this is my answer.
I enjoyed discovering and writing this inspirational story; I hope you enjoy it too ... :-)
A SuperMind Story in Fairy Tale Format by Silvia Hartmann In a strange time and a strange place, there was a strange kingdom. All the people in the kingdom were obsessed with everything that was wrong their futures, their presents and their pasts; what was wrong with nature, wrong about themselves, wrong about each other, wrong with what they were doing, what they were thinking, what they were creating.
In 1999, a so called "motivational story" made the rounds on the world wide interweb that seriously annoyed my young firebrand of an aspect. To the point that she wrote a second part, The Mountain Pt II, to counter it, to END it. Please be advised that "The Mountain, Part 1" is that annoying story which was NOT written by me, but Mountain Part II was. With this out of the way, let's begin with the first one ...
A SuperMind tip about the straight horizon and two stories from the shores of the Universal Ocean - Ilka Wandel's Galaxies and The Trouble Pebbles by Silvia Hartmann
What are we going to do about it to get a real positive threshold shift in the "self worth" department?
It seems like an enormous topic ...
In 2000, an aspect wrote a distance learning course, The Story Teller. It was framed by a story in two parts, which begins it, and ends it. The Story Teller came across my path today in March of 2020, and I thought I'd share the story of The Story Teller.
"I honestly had no idea I could be this creative." Gen Woodruff