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Chakras 101: The Third Eye Chakra

The Third Eye Chakra:

Seeing, knowing, transcending.

This chakra is seeing reality for what it truly is – a hologram, a mental program. It is connecting the dots to understand the illusionary nature of our reality and knowing how to see beyond it.

This is the stem of our psychic senses – our pineal gland. Located right in-between both our brain hemispheres, it is the link to unify them.


Jordan made a great video and article on how to create an energetic triangle with someone.

This means connecting with their third eye, making a triangle by focusing on both their eyes and the middle of their forehead at once. It’s kind of like zoning out by you’re actually zoning in.

So much information is passed back and forth between people when they eye gaze. When you’re doing this with someone and a flood of thoughts come into your head – pay attention for it came for a reason.

Your third eye is the seat of wisdom, understanding and multidimensional exploration. Our pineal gland connects us to Source, just as our heart does. Sometimes when you astral project you can see a silver strand connecting to your pineal gland going up into infinity.  Continue reading

It Only Takes These 2 Steps To Shift out of A Low Vibration

Everything in our universe is made out of energy. That solid chair you’re sitting on, your thoughts, emotions and memories are all forms of energy. From a higher perspective, our world is not made of solid mass, it is buzzing with light and movement.

When you’re feeling low, there is a physical energy weighing down on you. It’s a densely heavy feeling that pushes down on us; there’s a reason we call it feeling down. When you’re in a state of exhilarating happiness, your body literally buzzes with energy.

Shifting out of a dense vibration takes a bit of concentration and the want to change. Sometimes we get stuck in a loop of spiraling negativity and we don’t want to be the ones to break it. We are responsible for shifting our own emotions; but that doesn’t mean we can’t have help.

1. Get to the Core.

There are so many factors that contribute to a low vibration, and sometimes a lot of it is completely subconscious.

Sometimes it’s as clear as day: you broke something, a friend is mad at you, you missed a meeting, you got a bad grade, anything. This is simply the ebb and flow of life. It’s when situations or ideas keep us in a state of distress that it lowers our vibration – translating to a lessening in energy, motivation and inspiration.

A situation that would lower your vibration depends on your level of emotional sensitivity. For some people, a sly glance, harsh tone of voice or even just closed off body language can put them in discomfort. When your thoughts become a loop that wears you down mentally and emotionally, that is a lowering of your vibration.

The actual process of getting to the core of a problem, idea, thought or feeling is different for everyone, but essentially it is following a line ofthoughts. It is digging deep into the center, the core, the seed that is sprouting weeds.


This can be extremely simple or quite complex depending on the nature of what is causing you distress. If you trace it back enough, you might find yourself re-experiencing childhood trauma, forgotten memories or subconscious thoughts.

If you know what’s causing you to be upset, only you know how to navigate the solution.


2.  Resolve it.


If there’s something in your life that you need to be working on, fixing or exploring and you aren’t doing it – that’s bringing your vibration down. If you aren’t following your passions, that’s bringing your vibration down.

If you are ignoring your responsibilities and you know you need to get to it but just can’t bring yourself to – that’s bringing your vibration down. There is no catch all answer for how to raise your vibration specifically.

Resolving the core of a problem can look like meditating on a question or having an open talk with friends to explore the issue. It can look like going on a walk to help process information.

The point is to not ignore or cover up the core of the problem. Keep digging, keep asking why? Why am I feeling this way, what brought on this feeling; and you follow that for as long as you need. You might be very surprised as to where it takes you.


Yoga, eating healthy, conscious breathing and anything that makes you feel good is vital to keeping your vibration high. These things alone cannot keep a vibe up, it is strongly connected to our mental and emotional state of being.

Keeping yourself healthy and revitalized no matter what is important – just remember, it’s mind over matter.


Music Quest -of learning life and jamming

Music is my gateway into the spiritual realm, and it is for many of us.  Music has been said to be the universal language, and if you’ve ever partook in a really great jam session, you wouldn’t doubt that for a beat.  I had a lot of great jam sessions the past few months, and when it was all flowing, me and the others playing were communicating through the music realm.  This summer was magical for me. I gave in to my intuition, held on tightly to my intentions, accepted my character traits and massaged my way of viewing them so they all were seen as empowering, learned lessons and learned to practice what I learn, and made many pacts to myself. Because music is what brought me to the place where I learned so many of these lessons, my music quest is officially a spirit quest. Continue reading

Music Quest -exit to enter

In my first post I explained how the beginning of Music Quest was about reflecting on what brought me to this point in my life, figuring out why I am devoting my life to being a musician, and releasing works I’ve done to make room for new ones.  Well I am now happy to say that I am exiting that part of my quest, and entering a new one.  With that, here is a track called, “Bring Me Back.”
This track was written for a film project for a company I worked for that hosted themed parties, often Alice in Wonderland themed parties.  I’ve always had a fascination with Alice in Wonderland, anything that involves being immersed in a different world has always intrigued me.  Alice spends her story trying to find her way out of the rabbit hole she fell into, trying to get back to where she came from.  But maybe if she decided that she fell for a reason, to learn something, she wouldn’t fear disappearing into this rabbit hole world. Continue reading

Music Quest – Land Mind

   A couple of weeks ago I received a call from a friend and music producer who had done a remix for my track, “Hold Me Loosely.”  He goes by the name, “DJ Lithium.”  Him and my mother used to work together when she was still active in the music business.  He told me that his friend was producing a documentary called, “Land Mind,”and that he needed more music for the soundtrack.  DJ Lithium said he was already using two tracks of my mother’s, one of which was a collaboration between him and her.  Needless to say, I was very excited to be a part of a project where both me and my mother’s names would be in the credits.
I was put in contact with Jesse David Harris, the producer of the documentary.  He explained to me what he needed, and I set off to work.  I created to tracks for the film, one called, Wendy’s Shadow.  Thanks to a reader who sent me a link to a special program called Audacity, I was able to take both of these tracks and alter the pitch so that “A” would be at 432hz, rather than the concert standard, 440hz.  Here are the tracks – let me know if you can feel it in your hearts! Continue reading

Music Quest -sing the blues

verb: to feel or express worry, discontent
noun: A sequence of bars or ridges on the fingerboard of some stringed musical instruments (such as guitar), used for fixing the positions of the fingers to produce the desired notes


I have this memory of being a young girl playing alone in my bedroom.  But I wasn’t playing with dolls, I was playing pretend, and not that I was a ballerina, but that I was locked in my room and pounding on the door desperately trying to escape.  I sat by the door with tears in my eyes, though I could get up and walk out any time I wanted.  There was no lock on my door as a child, so I drew one in with magic marker. The imaginary lock remained there until puberty when I upgraded to an actual locked door.  I remembered this childhood game only recently as I’ve been contemplating my reasons for being an artist.  Whenever I feel my efforts are in vain I take a step back and really ask myself if I am on this journey because I am compelled to from within – or if it is a game for me, a goal I set in my mind that I’m too stubborn to let go of until I reach it. The question keeps coming up, why art, why make it? Does it really help anyone but myself? Continue reading