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THE CITY THAT SLEEPS NO MORE

Times are changing it seemed like yesterday; I walked these streets ready to share my knowledge with the Big Apple.

Times are changing it seemed like yesterday; I walked these streets ready to share my knowledge with the Big Apple.

The ongoing hustle and bustle of the big city with tall monuments that hover
above your head. The whole thing seemed so unreal, and yet so much
diversity held in a melting pot of originality. I still remember this
young shaman who came here to assist the people in discovering the most
inner self that was locked away from the world, whilst they run around
accomplishing this and that all day long. "Stop" I said, however, they
wouldn't listen to me; they wanted a quick fix like a spring to the local
coffee house for a kick up buzz. I wasn't noticed; I spent most of my
time sneaking into doors while wealthy women waited for their husbands
to leave to meet with the underground shaman. I was their hidden secret
and light that would free their minds from the disharmony of
the world they believed they were taking part in and had no control over.

However, for me, it was all about adaptation and learning to keep myself
grounded in a city that never sleeps. I left the city so many years ago
because people were not ready to take it to the core level that this
shaman would ask of them. I realized that it wasn't time. Here I
am almost 18 years later, once again sharing my ancient wisdom and
knowledge with the giant. This time around it seems that since all the
pain and suffering that happened to people since 911... the shell has
cracked and out from it came the pouring of people from every walk of life ready
to learn, grow and heal. It's exciting and thrilling this time around.

Looking out at the eager faces that yearn for rich information and vibrant
healing that they can get without traveling through the jungle or Amazon to
receive. It is so enriching to see the quantum leaps they have made. I'm very
happy be able to serve this pretty city and the limitless souls which
inhabit this jungle of life and movement. I sit here in the quaint
café called 'SNice, enjoying some warm tea. I leave you with this.

People are ready.