Despair … by Alice B. Clagett

Revised; originally published on 29 December 2013 

Dear Ones,

This video is about despair, today’s astrogeophysical phenomena, and the Peace Prayer of Saint Francis. There’s a Summary after the video …



Hello, Dear Ones.

I’m here at Topanga Canyon State Park. This is a popular walking trail here; with facilities, which is helpful. People walk along. And there are beautiful eucalyptus trees here. And a place to tie up your horse if you happen to be riding up. And a picnic area. And then the trail heads on down the head that way [moves camcorder to left] and over the hill.

It’s Sunday, and this is an interesting day, so far. I woke up this morning with the strangest commotion … as if the fourth dimension were bubbling and bungling around inside my head, and all around me. As if there were confusion on the astral plane.

And as the morning progressed, I began to feel … I could only describe it as despair. And I was only too happy, as the day wore on, to come out here, into the mountains again. The minute I got out into the mountains, my heart got a little bit lighter.

But still I feel a sense of melancholy today. And I’ve run into it in some of the people I’ve met today, even. And my cat is even out of sorts. It’s the strangest day! So I was thinking, as I was sitting here: What do we do, when we feel despair? What can we do, to make things better?

And the thought that came to me was: Thy Will, not mine, Divine Mother! Thy Will, not mine! And that took a big burden off of me. It was like I didn’t have to change. It was like everything was ok. And I’m hoping to repeat that thought as I walk back down the mountain today.

I’m reminded of Saint Francis … I think he said a prayer that was similar to that …

Link: “Prayer of Saint Francis,” in Wikipedia, ..

So, I’m wishing you a day full of hope. And if troubled times come on you, I hope this little mantra will be of as much help to you as it was to me. God bless you all! …

I’m home now. I have my cat over there. She’s looking a little less spooky than she looked this morning, thank goodness. And I’m feeling better too. I have a few words for you, about the video I just did in the mountains there …

I came back home, and took a look on the internet, and found out, interestingly enough, that there was a big radiation storm in the middle of the night, last night, and it’s just subsiding today. And then, there was an M-3 class solar flare right around midnight, Pacific Time.

I suspect hat the strange feeling in my head, and the emotional affect I’ve had today, had something to do with this astrogeophysical, muddled particle movement. (This I later dubbed protonfall: solar wind speed times solar wind density.)

It’s consoling to the left brain, to think that there’s some reason for such strong experiences that we go through. So I looked on the internet, and I found the Peace Prayer of Saint Francis. And I have to say, I was a little off the mark. It’s not really about following the Divine Will. It’s more like asking the Divine for many wonderful things.

And I’m wishing you all peaceful, settled hearts, and wonderful experiences throughout the night.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

Image: “Our Lady of the Streets,” a young woman wearing a scarf and holding a sleeping infant: … I think of this famous image as being the purity and faith of a mother who must rely on the Divine for today’s crust of bread, and to provide a safe haven for herself and her child

Image: “St Joseph with the Infant Jesus – WGA19304,” by Guido Reni, 1620s, public domain


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astrogeophysics, Christianity, faith, prayers, despair, Peace Prayer of Saint Francis, solar flares, solar events, solar radiation, mantra, protonfall, motherly love, Divine Mother, Our Lady of the Streets, Divine Mother, Saint Joseph,

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