20.12.2011 update from leslee


I just realized that today is 2012! (that explains a lot...) I'm sharing this brief post to deeply and sincerely thank ALL of my new friends who've visited this site (thanks to Wes Annac), and to let you know that I've been getting some nearly overwhelming downloads about what we'll be posting in the near future.I … Continue reading 20.12.2011 update from leslee

discernment and self-confidence


STEERING OUR OWN WAYS? [by Leslee] I still feel like a novice at this blogging thing. And at this channeling thing. It's been almost two years, but that's a really short length of time in many ways. Still, I've noticed a few things and learned a few lessons that I'd like to share, in case … Continue reading discernment and self-confidence

discernment and self-confidence


STEERING OUR OWN WAYS? [by Leslee] I still feel like a novice at this blogging thing. And at this channeling thing. It's been almost two years, but that's a really short length of time in many ways. Still, I've noticed a few things and learned a few lessons that I'd like to share, in case … Continue reading discernment and self-confidence

BOOK TWO: chapter one: how to make progress


So, now that you have the basic instructions and some concluding advice, how do you “Practice like your life depends on it”? What does that mean? What is ‘practice’? What is progress, anyway, and how can you tell when you’re making it? How does the average person do this on their own? First of all, … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter one: how to make progress

BOOK TWO: chapter three: reducing grasping


[From Buddhas Heruka and Vajravarahi] What is grasping? Grasping is not letting go. It’s that simple. It’s holding on tightly to how you think things are, and/or how you want them to be. It can show itself in things as wide-ranging as racial profiling, conspiracy theories, and seasonal depression. It can cause marriages, and it can … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter three: reducing grasping

BOOK TWO: chapter seven: finding love in yourself and others (part 4)


PART FOUR: Feel The Love Now let’s talk about love. Flowery illustrative words give you a warm and fuzzy feeling... The fierce, abiding, confident love we’re talking about bears no relationship to warm and fuzzy feelings. Warm and fuzzy often blurs the mind and its vision, and we desire clarity. Please understand: love’s soft and … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter seven: finding love in yourself and others (part 4)

BOOK TWO: chapter nine: the nature and meaning of dreams and visions (part 01)


PART ONE: Welcome To Your Dream World [from Buddhas Heruka, Manjushri, and Naropa]Most people use their dreams to work through their issues and questions. Some people with highly-developed minds use their dreaming time to go to places and do things that they can't do with their human bodies. Only a small percentage of people can … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter nine: the nature and meaning of dreams and visions (part 01)

BOOK TWO: chapter nine: the nature and meaning of dreams and visions (part 3)


PART THREE: Some Times You Have To Let Go <<previous [ From Buddhas Heruka and Naropa]Whenever you chose a new path, at some points you have to let go of your old ways of doing things. This applies to your dreams as well. Please note that everything We say about dreams in this book applies to … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter nine: the nature and meaning of dreams and visions (part 3)

BOOK TWO: chapter five: letting the buddhas take over


[From Buddha Heruka]Having a spiritual path lets you allow others to help you more. Sometimes your path may be more important than your pride. Many people take pride in doing things for themselves, going it on their own. When you take a lot of pride in your independence, you can miss out on a lot … Continue reading BOOK TWO: chapter five: letting the buddhas take over