Stormy Road to Mt. Shasta Turns Sunny

“Look at every path closely and deliberately, then ask ourselves this crucial question: Does this path have a heart? If it does, then the path is good. If it doesn’t, it is of no use.”  – Carlos Castandea

DreamBlogger Ken Sheetz, AKA “Eagliscious”

Marta, Dr. Sarah Larsen, Mica Monet and little Cloe

Only a little over a month ago I was at Mt. Shasta with a sweet Hollywood producing couple Cali and Chris Rosen to meet 10/10/10 sponsor Lee McCormick.  Until Lee’s timely invite I’d only heard of Shasta as a soda pop.  Now, here I was on December 19th tossing my stuff into Dr. Sarah Larsen’s minivan, on my way to American spiritual mecca Mt. Shasta to pop some power into the DreamShield.

Our planetary Mt. Shasta mission: Heal the ozone layer and start the battle to rescue humankind from cancer.  A cancer that is at this very moment threatening to kill my father and a close family member of Sarah Larsen’s.

It is raining heavily as I hop into the van with Mica Monet, an amazing hypnotherapist and healer who can channel higher powers.  I am happy as this gives our team the advantage of direct spiritual communications for this Mt. Shasta healing journey.  As I take the wheel I am concerned that this Shasta trip does not coincide to the binary dates that have become the pattern of the events.  Dr. Larsen, a palm reader and holistic doctor, had convinced me the trip was a must based on the coinciding of the lunar eclipse and winter solstice, but I am worried about driving in such horrible weather.

The psychic Mica Monet sits up front beside me.  Mica is, like so many people I meet in this work, male and female alike, is as beautiful on the inside as the outside. Mica’s serene beauty takes my mind off the road and relaxes me a bit.

Earlier that day I opened the energy to power this mission to Mt. Shasta in the middle of a rain storm in NoHo park, rain that was flooding the coastal areas of California.

Mica meditated that the storms would clear and, sure enough, after we crossed the mountains of Simi valley the rain became less, and with the help of a new windshield wiper I purchased from a gas station along the way, we had clear road vision for the vision work ahead.

Mica plays navigator for this trip. As the road spins out before us I recall missions in deep space where I am captain of a planetary scale spaceship and she my navigator.  Mica is planning to do a lot of inner child work and self love development in her practice in 2011.  So she chose to warm our 4 person dream team up with a meditation on what we most loved about our self.

My dear father was drill sergeant in the Korean War.  His lack a father from the age of 8 in his life meant my dad had learned all his nurturing skills from the U.S. Army.  What a drill sergeant does to make a obedient solider is to tear them apart in boot camp, making my childhood 21 year-long boot camp.  So I welcomed Mica’s exercise as she started off with, “I love my big beautiful brown eyes.”

“I love my nose,” softly offered the sweet and shy Mexican American Marta, a client of Dr. Larsen’s, from the back seat.

“I love how I love life,” said Dr. Larsen, grateful for Mica’s love meditation.

Now it was my turn and I was stumped.  But everyone waited patiently.  As a child my father told me I had “fat ugly lips” so I finally started with, “I love my full and sensuous lips.”  Immediately I felt my spirit brighten and the inner child within me smile.

Sarah Larsen, giving up time to be with her family for the holidays to do this vital planetary healing work, chimed in, “I love the beautiful family I’ve created with Greg where we all live in bliss.”

On and on for the first hour of the 9 hour trip we spoke of what we each love about ourselves. And with each answer became funnier and funnier until we were all laughing hysterically.

My last self-love was for an amazing a scalp condition that causes my hair to fall out in clumps when stressed.  The hair then grows back white.  My head’s been doing this natural tattoo work for the past dozen years.  In the past I’ve masked the calico of white patches with hair dye.   But every summer I take a break from the hair dying and check what patterns emerge on my head.

7 years ago when I moved from Chicago I discovered a map of North and South America.  I’ve lost the picture or I’d share it with you here.  I had no idea what to make of that and showed it to my brother who will tell you, photo or no, I am not making any of this up.

So here I am 7 years later in a minivan with three angelic DreamShield planetary healers on a mission thankful for a scalp condition I found embarrassing for a dozen year saying, “I love the eagle shaped hair pattern on my head.  People spend fortunes for tattoos and here I grew my own!”

The ladies had me turn on the minivan’s dome light to show them the eagle made of hair.  Their giggles prompted me to add. “I’m eaglicious!”

The trip quickly passed with fun and work on self-love and self discovery.  We did one of my favorite exercises from SoulDrama where you tell you childhood superhero and then have that hero speak about how they help you even today to achieve things and protect you.  Mine is Superman, Sarah’s is Wonder Woman along with Marta and Mica.  Mica rethought and made her hero the Bionic Woman.

Eventually Dr. Larsen’s dream team of super heroes got drowsy at the end of the 9 hour ride.  Mica and Marta were sound asleep as we hit a blizzard about an hour out from Mt Shasta City.  But I am from the midwest where snow driving is a normal thing.  Now, after a stressful last hour filled, we arrive safe and sound in the winter wonderland of Mt. Shasta at 6 AM as the sky was just getting light.

After a breakfast at the Black Bear Cafe we set off to get into our rooms and join with the other amazing members of the dream team that have journeyed from as far off as Arkansas for this vital mission to heal the ozone layer and battle cancer.

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2 thoughts on “Stormy Road to Mt. Shasta Turns Sunny

  1. Grace Garneau

    Really enjoyed hearing about your trip. I’m going to try a few hours of talking about what I love about myself. It sounds like a great idea!


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