Monday, June 25, 2007


Mother Nature is a beautiful mirror for me. She shows me how to be in right relationship with myself first, and then with all that is.

I noticed on my walk last night that no matter what I focused on, Mother Nature has an abundance of it. Whether it is rocks, trees, bushes, insects, birds, or the ferns in Oak Creek Canyon, it is provided in large quantities. When I look at the night sky, I see an abundance of stars and what seems to be an infinite black canvas upon which the stars are painted.

Then I turn my attention to myself.
My body is made of trillion of cells. If I were to take a microscope and look at any type of tissue from my body, I would see another reflection of nature. I too, am abundance expressed. Clearly, abundance is the natural state.

So, what keeps me from living my abundance? My thoughts
of being less than, there isn't enough money, enough time, etc. I see others struggle and wonder if I will as well. I have allowed others' thoughts to permeate my thought patterns. Thoughts such as "life is hard" and "life is suffering." CANCEL CLEAR! I erase all thoughts that are not in complete alignment with abundance. I replace them with: I am abundance. Abundance is my natural state.

There. Thank you Mother Nature.

Joan Cerio - Keeper of the Keys to a Masterful Life

Life Lines - Publishing high vibrational words that serve as "lifelines" for self-transformation.

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Bridging Heaven and Earth

We are all bridge builders. We build bridges to form friendships, communicate with other cities, even to find our "pot of gold."

The bridge that I am currently building connects the earthly, the physical, the mundane to the heavenly, metaphysical and the profound. "I have come to build a bridge over a river of sadness for all to see," was one of the first "channelings" of my higher self. Think of your higher self as mission control and these bits of information that come in are your instructions. So, what does that instruction mean? I know that it's not to build a physical bridge. When the instruction first came in, I thought whatever I am to do, will be in the public eye to help people overcome their sadness. That's nice, I thought, and went on with my life.

Fast forward about five years to the present. I see the river of sadness swelling each day. Whether it is another natural disaster, war, poverty, hunger, or people so stressed they are at their breaking point, all of these con-tributaries feed into the river of sadness - and this is just the tip of the iceberg.

So, what is the bridge that I am building? Clearly, it is my life's work to awaken people to who they truly are: powerful co-creators with God. I recently published my first book, In the Key of Life, An Activational Journey to the Soul. I didn't write it with the intention of building a bridge over a river of sadness. Actually, I allowed the writings to flow from me, to be written on different days, with no intention of compiling them into a book. Until one day, I started to construct the structural supports of the "bridge." I typed the writings into the computer and then arranged them. I took each "girder" and thoughtfully placed it. The publishing task was like adding rebar to the matrix, into which the cement is poured. What completes the bridge surface is putting the book in the public eye, doing book signings and talks, conducting classes and facilitating experiences based on the book. What cuts the ribbon to open the bridge? I live as the God that I am. I acknowledge my part of the divine. I am the fully realized being that leads others from their perceived bondage and constraints of the physical 3D world. Through my writings, my words, my teachings and my example others are free to be who they are, connect with the divine spark within them waiting to be fed, allow themselves to be known as love and compassion, and become citizens of the multidimensional universe.

What bridges are you building? Which do you choose to cross? To read an excerpt from my book, please go to my website and click on the products & services page.

Joan Cerio - Keeper of the Keys to a Masterful Life

Life Lines - Publishing high vibrational words that serve as "lifelines" for self-transformation.

Saturday, June 2, 2007

Fine Tuning

The energy around me has been weird lately. The best way for me to describe it is to liken it to changing a radio station (or frequency of radio waves). Remember when the only way to change a radio station was to rotate the knob of the tuner? While turning the knob, searching for the next station, there is usually some static. That's what it feels like now. I am changing from one frequency to the next and in between stations it feels scratchy and staticy. The energy is haphazard and dispersed versus focused.

Yesterday was a prime example. Almost every event was not quite in sync, like being between radio stations. Things occurred that prohibited me from completing my "planned" tasks, my router stopped working, and twice I was almost in an accident.

I am readjusting to a new frequency. And I know not to get comfortable at this frequency. The message, "Don't get comfortable," came in loud and clear last year. Who knows how long I will be at this frequency, on this "station." Like anything else in life, I enjoy it while it is here and I don't get attached to it. I allow the flow of my creation without placing limits on myself.

In truth, nothing is stationary. Everything moves and changes or it ceases to physically exist.

My life changes in every moment. Who I am now is different than who I was a moment ago. I am in a constant state of change that spirals endlessly in the eternal moment of now.

Think of now as a single point in which everything that has ever occurred, is occurring, and will ever occur, exists. Now is the universal reference point. When I live in the now, I am able to connect my heart center, my reference point, to the reference point of now, through which the universe exists.

I am fine tuning...making incremental changes as I use my heart center as my reference point. Yes, this is fine tuning. Mighty fine.
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