Thursday, February 21st, 2013. Filed under: Amazing Universe Consciousness Esoterica Inspiration Spirituality The Awakening
by Stuart Wilde
I’ve traveled to 62 countries of the world to view Gaia’s Garden
first hand, this inspired me and nourished my soul. I tell my readers
that you need money to buy experiences not things, travelling leads to
many new understandings and engrossing experiences that elevate your
In my book “Grace, Gaia and The End of Days,” I explain that our
presence here, is in some mysterious way, linked to saving Gaia. Many of
the visionaries and I have seen our human connections to the land and
the animals. We are inside her soul. Gaia, the spirit of nature is here
in a great glory to deliver a Renewal, I call it in my writings the
As you evolve beyond your own darkness, you begin to feel the pain of
the animals that inhabit our planet. Many people are now learning to
heal the animals, so things are evolving and our connections to Gaia are
deepening. To that end I think DMT and Ayahuasca has helped us see the
true nature of our multi-dimensional presence on earth, and our link to
the group-soul of Gaia and our humanity.
Its seems that the Celestial Beings who orchestrate things here on
earth, know how to place people where they are needed, so we can never
all be in the same place at the same time, as there must be a spread of
the healing light.
I recently wrote about a vision I saw of a young woman making celestial footprints as she walked along. http://www.stuartwilde.com/2012/10/black-snow-white-foot-steps/.
As we learn and evolve, it often takes us to magical places, rain
forests, mountains, the plains of Africa, across oceans filled with
creatures of great beauty and mystery.
I often see places that I have been to in my life in visions, usually
I see spinning vortexes of energy there, doorways to another world for
others to acquire a momentary higher vibration or to walk through later.
Learn to follow your intuition if you feel a tug to travel to a faraway place. There is usually a good reason. Stuart Wilde www.stuartwilde.com