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Adapting To Grace – Eileen Meyer – Harmonious Wishes From Santa Fe – 25 August 2014

Eileen MeyerGreetings All, I just wanted to share a clip from the House Concert last night. I haven’t expressed my musical side in quite some time, so I wanted to wave to you and share a small clip from Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Fall is in the air… my favorite time of year. And my heart is open and I’m engaged with my Natural Self. I feel joyful and truly ready for anything. Join me!  ~ EM

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Adapting To Grace – We Are Now Off-Script! – A Vision – 26 July 2013

eileenmeyerI know that I am on blog hiatus, but this vision came through powerfully this morning. It echoed a vision I had back at the end of 2006 – and is even more applicable today. Here it is folks – Kiri Campbell has just pushed us all off-script. Thank you Kiri, from the core of my being, we can now seize this opportunity to enter full-on Improv Mode. In this morning’s vision I was shown little pockets of people still clinging to their scripts, feverishly shouting out their lines – as if volume and force would help to bring back the “old reality show”. The sooner we let go of all these old scripts, and trust and act from our instincts within, the sooner we will collectively improvise our way to a whole new stage… a whole new benevolent world. This post is dedicated to Kiri – arrested again today and taken into custody 6pm New Zealand Time. If you don’t know who Kiri is, click here for more on her story. She is the divinely feminine power in action Continue reading

Adapting To Grace – Eileen Meyer – The Songs That I Am – 3 June 2013

 

I’ve been asked to be a part of a local music event in Santa Fe towards the end of the month. My focus will turn to this now, along with finishing up some new music. I notice that I get way more excited about live performance when I have fresh material to share. Nothing earth-shattering there I suppose! This will be an unpaid performance. More often than not, they are – with the chance of earning dollars and coins from CD sales. Such is the life of the artist… for now. I never allow money to be a factor when I feel inspired to do the musical and healing work. I have learned to trust that I will be cared for. Continue reading