As part of our star family and another ourself we would love to know more about you. What brought you to Galactic Spacebook and what facets are you most interested in?
As I learn more about our energetic bodies and systems, I want to further understand my and our cosmic role to help guide my work/play. More importantly, to make soul connections with others and develop our abilities together.
We've noticed that, more often than not, it is a fascinating story when someone shares how they learned about the Law of Time/13 Moon Calendar/Dreamspell. How or when did you learn about it? :)
I get a newsletter in my email from Enoch Mind Reality (Not sure how it got there!) Anyhow, although I usually don't pay a great deal of attention to my messages, about a week prior to signing up I opened one that was based around the power quadrant system - which has its origins in the Mayan Calendar, and then provided links to 13moon/law of time.
What are your favorite books/music/art/movies?
I usually find my self reading books around the topics of spiritual development, philosophy, yoga, travel, polarity, adventure, plants. Music - anything from Frank Sinatra to down tempo dub. Fairly eclectic in my music tastes, just depends on what kind of mood I'm in. (However I am particularly partial towards anything I can create dance to or link music with movement.) I like any kind of art but, as far as paintings I prefer psychedelic and visionary artists. I love any movie that ignites my imagination or enchants me : )
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