This is an important and timely message that the Spirit Guides want me to share with you about how planet Earth needs you now.
Fire in the wild is rejuvenating, and is part of the natural cycle of life. Our forests are renewed through its cleansing effect. But when it encroaches on human settlements, the impact can be devastating. Read more
I posted the following article about electronic voting before the 2008 presidential election. Everything I wrote is as relevant now as it was back then.
As I write this, the process is underway in three states to request a recount of votes from the recent 2016 election. Trump is president elect. Clinton is two million (and counting) votes ahead, but still in second place. Is there reason to be concerned about hacking and suchlike?
Remember that change is not necessarily something that gets imposed on you, but is something you have the power to create.
~Ainslie MacLeod’s Spirit Guides
Change is inevitable. We all know that. But what we often forget is how much power we have to create the change we want. Read more
This week’s blog post focuses on political apathy, and why being uninvolved is not an option.
“You can’t ignore politics, no matter how much you’d like to.” ~Molly Ivins
I received an email the other day. It read: “I really wish you would stay out of American politics Ainslie!!!”
I have no plans to stay out of politics. Spirituality and politics are inseparable, and I believe it’s incumbent upon old souls to be involved, and not allow younger, less experienced souls to run the country and its institutions. Read more
I spoke to my Spirit Guides about the recent Charleston shooting. Their first response was to express the serious need for ending this country’s obsession with guns. Their second was to discuss the contrast between love and fear. Read more
Though the trial happened back in 2009, for some bizarre reason, the case has only now been publicized. In a nutshell, Robert Richards IV, an heir to the du Pont fortune, admitted to raping his 3-year old daughter and molesting his infant son. Shockingly, however, Richards was spared a prison sentence by Judge Jan Jurden, who said he wouldn’t “fare well in prison.” Read more