Caretaker's Home Page, Station 16


The baboon cantor in the center says that if I can describe the personality of each station, I can liberate all the enchanted tribe members.

The baboon has something of the character of trickster, jester, clown, fool, and even devil. Is something like Quark in the TV program, Deep Space 9. Trying to live up to everyone's expectations, and very hard to characterize. However, he is well-loved. And the provider of the place where everyone gets together, the meeting place. Is kind of like a hub. The baboon might be called hubbub. bubbuh.

The story ends with a howl. That is a sacrament that unites the caretaker and the wind. Baboon to and wind from us . Native American: Shoemaker (moccasins) and caretaker of the place. Instrument function: biological interface. Story: moccasin. Sound: howl. Photo: yellow iris.

Here are some of the caretaker's friends:

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Sitting with the caretaker, focus on the back. It is like feelers and a connection with the wind. There is a relaxed aura action. Find the great column center at your back where connections are made, stored, and updated. Trees do it. Aura action seems so subtle as to be ineffectual. But here I sense there is a lot more to it than I know.

Put on a blindfold to focus in aura being. The Noint Joint at the interface to the undivided, is much more familiar, a place that I mostly am. A science self only sees the divided. Aura self is mostly undivided. The divided is a little pool in vast undivided. As well, the undivided in aura appears to be a little pool in the divided action of aura, which is unlimited by science spacetime. This focus is what you need to go on with the story of the Bristlecone Medicine Wheel.

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