An angel, Alesha, spoke about "the grid" several years ago. I knew then that this was a most important event coming into being as we move from chaos to community. To the best of my ability I shall define this magnanimous encounter. "The grid" is a universal network of communication established with human beings as they awaken to their potential one by one.
The Grid is a lot more than that but thus far that is as clear a definition as I can give. What seems to happen when the grid is activated is a direct connection to the universal collective consciousness that spans the sleeping and waking states.
That may sound like science fiction, but it is truly the best way I can define the experience. I have been spending time in the activated grid while I am asleep. I have had several folks ask if it is just dreaming. It is clear to me that what I am experiencing is not a dream. It is beyond lucid dreaming and any other experience I have had in the sleeping state.
I have had glimpses of this kind of connectedness since 1975 when I first woke up to my potential through the unfettered bias of judgment. I was wide awake during a 15 year period and often found the only time I could escape that connection was when I was sleeping. I kept dream journals to describe my sleeping state. I reached a point where I would keep a tape recorder by my bed and in the morning upon play back I would hear stories in other voices talking about some really strange experiences. To me that was a way of life for a long time.
What I am experiencing at this time is different from that state. In "the grid" I am meeting with current people of this planet and having major discussions. No one famous or anything like that, just ordinary folk who are working diligently to make a difference on our planet as we transition from chaos to community.
I don’t remember the full extent of the conversations. I suspect that when the time is right I shall be able to download the information exactly as is needed in the moment. I am not certain that anyone can step into this experience. It seems to me that I have been invited in some way that I don’t fully understand. I do know that I am open to being part of the transition of the people and this planet. That has been my primary focus since I was four years old.
I invite you to begin fine tuning yourself to your potential to tap into the grid. It’s All Sacred and Nothing’s Sacred.
Memphis/Shelby County Anti-Drug Coalition
April 2 at 7 pm The HART Center will host a Town Hall Meeting to discuss underage drinking and what our community can do to address this important issue. There is no charge for this town hall meeting. We want folks from every walk of life to join in the effort to serve our children.
April 21 from 9 am – 4 pm The HART Center will host the CADCAT and Join Together Advocacy Retreat to help build a cadre of leaders from within grassroots community connections that are trained and ready to act in order to improve the quality of alcohol and drug related policies and practices.
Events from the HART
April 11, 12, 13 Rage Release Keith & Jane $225
If you are having difficulty expressing anger appropriately it may be a result of long standing resentment. This three-day intensive will delve into the depth of your anger and the interpretation of conflicts that you have held for a lifetime. You will be able to give yourself permission to really let out the feelings that have kept you locked into unhealthy behavior and replace those feelings and behaviors with a deep sense of satisfaction as you allow yourself to "go clear." All three days are mandatory and a cap of 15 people is in place so everyone will receive the full benefit of this experience.
April 25 6 – 9 pm Trance Movement Keith and Jane $35
Don’t forget your sacred scarf to cover your eyes. Wear loose comfortable clothing and no jewelry.
April 6th & 20th 7 – 9:30 pm Kundalini Laya Yoga Kirantana $10
Bring a yoga mat and 2 meditation pillows.
By Appointment Only Acupuncture Detoxification Jane $10
We offer this to those who want to detoxify their bodies from various substances as well as to de-stress. You must call Jane 901-828-1332 to participate.
Walk for the Water May 30 – June 10 2008 Gary Adler FourStar
On May 30 – June 10, 2008 a group of people, led by native American Elders and indigenous people from around the world will be meeting at the Headwaters of the Chattahoochee River in North Georgia, to Walk for the Water. This is a prayerful walk of thanksgiving for the natural world, our Creator and Water. Join us for all or part of this 10 day walk. Let your voice be heard, let your feet do your praying, let your breath be of thanksgiving. Walk for Water, Water is Life, Walk for Life. Our voice will make a difference.
The HART Center Treatment Services
The HART Center has been named a recipient of Access To Recovery II funds. We will begin taking consumers into the program as soon as we are notified by the Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, Division of Alcohol and Drug Services. For this grant the Intensive Outpatient Program consumer must have Methamphetamine abuse as part of the diagnosis. Recovery Support Services will continue to provide access to those in recovery who want to move deeper into clearing issues that arise in the recovery process. At The HART Center we are dedicated to helping folks find their emotional spiritual physical balance. We offer outpatient treatment for all types of substance abuse, food disorders, domestic violence batterer intervention, anger management, and parenting classes to those needing to address these issues and move into recovery. Call Jane 901-828-1332 for details.
Grace House Regional Training Events
The regional training event for April will be folded into The HART Center Rage Release three-day event. Remember that all three days are mandatory and we are taking no more that 15 participants.
Thanks to all of the incredible the volunteers who have provided Open HART Night and Buddhist Meditation. These community services are suspended for the month of April. We appreciate everything you have done for us as we make a decision about continuing these two community services. We will meet at the usual times the first week of May to discuss the intentions of The HART Center.