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What Signal Are You Sending?

Everything vibrates – everything.  Our thoughts vibrate, sending signals that are matched and sent back to us in the form of experiences. These experiences indicate what kind of signals we are sending. Our present situation reveals the nature of our thoughts – our current frequency. Of course, as sovereign beings we are capable of consciously changing our thoughts at will, which in turn changes our vibration.

Along with our experiences, the people we encounter also indicate what energies we are broadcasting. Are they nice, pleasant people? The nature of your experiences provide further signs. Would the majority of the events in your life be considered mainly positive or mainly negative?

As we change our thoughts, we change our experiences.  Our conversations indicate the character of our thoughts.  What is the typical tone of a conversation with a friend, a family member, or a stranger? Are you more likely to talk about the benefits of the weather or the problems with it? Are you more likely to notice the good in someone or what you don’t like about them? Are you prone to harmful gossip about relatives, friends, and neighbors, or are you more likely to speak highly of them, or at least refrain from disparaging remarks about them?

We draw to us what we focus on. The more we place our attention on the good in others and the benefits within the events of our life, the more we draw pleasant experiences into our lives.  All events, whether we label them good or bad, positive or negative, have life-enhancing opportunities within them. How we react to what happens to us is far more important than what actually happens to us.

Our world becomes a better place as we focus on the good around us, within us and within others. Experiencing good fortune is a natural way of being; the more we notice our good fortune and give thanks for it the more it blossoms – like a flower in the sunshine.

The Universe always says “Yes” to what we are sending out in the form of energy, and we can easily see what we are sending out by the people and events in our life. What is your energy signature telling the Universe?

If you don’t like what you see around you, it can be changed one thought at a time. Thoughts that are combined with feelings are the most powerful and have the most effect. Positive thoughts with good feelings will have a positive effect on your life, and by the same token, negative thoughts with negative feelings (hate, envy, jealousy, and fear, for example) will have a negative effect on your life.

We are all creators creating our life experiences via our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs.

What is your energy signature telling the Universe to provide for you?

Be joyful, embrace life and thrive!

With love,


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Eye Of The Tornado – Melchizedek

Greetings, beloveds.  The energy you find yourselves in at this time is moving quickly.  This is dynamic energy, which can shift in an instant, as quickly as an in-breath or out-breath.

Your ability to adjust and adapt to these energy fluctuations is dependent upon your ability to remain present in the moment in a conscious manner, as an observer.  As a detached observer of the process, you will be more easily removed from the discordant interactions of others, as well as from a possible bias toward inappropriate actions by yourself.

It is important to remain centered and focused as these frequencies swirl around you as if you are in the eye of a tornado, where there is stillness within. 

You can accomplish this by remaining conscious and centered during energy disturbances in your life, such as a minor frustration with traffic, an irritating sales clerk, a pushy telemarketer, being late for an appointment and feeling rushed, or anything else that pushes your “buttons” throughout your daily activities.  The moment you feel anger, angst or frustration you are at a “fork in the road,” where you can choose to take a habitual course of action or venture down an alternate route.

As you become accustomed to being an observer rather than overreacting to minor situations in your life, you will develop the habit of being calm and centered in the midst of discordant energy.  Hence, when confronted with a major crisis, you will automatically adopt the same posture, one of an unruffled observer, remaining calm and detached from the situation, even as a participant.  As you practice on minor occurrences, pay attention to your breathing, your thoughts, and your body.  Remain conscious, continue breathing, rather than holding your breath, and allow your body to release tension created by the situation, by placing your attention on the location of the tension in your body and allowing it to dissipate.

At first, you may find that you have already reacted before you realized what happened.  When this happens, we suggest that you replay the scenario in your mind taking a different course of action, as a calm, centered observer.  As you practice on daily situations, you will become adept, responding as an observer when confronted by a challenging situation. With practice you will notice that you are responding to an event in a balanced manner: centered, maintaining a high vibration as it is taking place.

Dear ones, as you practice on minor occurrences in your life, you will become the proficient master you already are; it is a matter of remembering.

Ask for our assistance, and we will come forth to assist you as you take the appropriate action.

You are loved beyond your knowing.

I AM Melchizedek


Randall’s comments:

Archangel Michael tells us through Ronna*Sacred Scribe that we can tell how we are doing on our spiritual journey by the people in our life and our life experiences.

When we find ourselves continually dealing with challenging situations and hostile people, we are being presented with an opportunity to look within, because these occurrences are reflecting something back to us that lies within.  It may be a thought or feeling that we are not aware of, that the Universe is showing us.  When we don’t use these situations as learning experiences, these events tend to become more intense, until we utilize the opportunity to learn, grow and move on.

If you find yourself interacting with difficult people, my suggestion is to look at the situation from a higher perspective.  Find something about the person that you can appreciate, even if it is only the spark of the Creator that lies within.  Or do some soul-searching to discover what that person is mirroring back to you.  We have the ability to look at this as a positive event, using it to our advantage, initiating change for the better.

This technique can be used for many situations, which include dealing with difficult  people and frustrating circumstances:

Breathe, Center Yourself and Remain Calm.

  • Take at least one breath and center yourself before you respond. Many times we feel that we have to respond immediately when confronted by another person or frustrating situation.  Normally that is not the case; in fact, hesitation will help to defuse the situation.  Do not allow the other person to draw you into a downward spiral of negative energy; remain neutral – do not allow yourself to be drawn in.  Rather than allow the other person’s anger to draw me in, I prefer to allow my calm disposition to help defuse the discordant energy.  Please keep in mind that this works for a frustrating situation as well as a frustrating person.
  • This will give you time to gather your composure, thoughts, and center yourself. I like to smile (even when I’m alone dealing with a frustrating situation) and breathe.
  • Approach the situation as if you are a detached observer, rather than someone caught up in the drama of the moment. One of the most important things to keep in mind is that when another person pushes, do not push back.  Rather, allow the energy to move past you or around you as if you are encapsulated in a protective sphere – think of it like water flowing around a boulder in the river.

It helps to practice with things like minor frustrations so that when we are confronted with anger, we are able to disperse the energy rapidly.

Be joyful, embrace life and thrive!

With love,



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Tiwanaku, Bolivia – A Personal Experience with an Inner-Earth Being

Hand on the heart – love, hand on the abdominal area – with no fear.

In February of 2011, I embarked on a spiritual pilgrimage to Bolivia with a group of over 90 people.  We flew from Miami, Florida, arriving in La Paz, Bolivia on February 3, 2011. I stayed for a couple of extra days, with several others, to work with a shaman at Valley of Souls.

On occasion, this was a challenging trip, more for some than others. We endured many hours on buses through some muddy, sometimes pothole-ridden, and water-laden roads (I am still amazed that those buses made it). At times, as I looked out the window, the road was completely covered with water, as if we were driving through a pond. It was the rainy season; fortunately, we experienced mostly sunny days on this trip. We also spent hours in four-wheel drive vehicles, on even more rugged landscapes, sometimes where there were no roads. Our drivers were amazing, driving for many hours at a time, yet aptly adept at maneuvering unforgiving terrain. A four-wheel drive vehicle did get bogged down in mud once; the other drivers came to the rescue, as we looked on from the distance.

Some had problems with elevation sickness. The altitude in La Paz is 3,650 m (11,975 ft), and at times we were probably above 15,700 feet on this journey. I didn’t have a major problem with the elevation but did notice that it was difficult to breathe initially until my body adjusted. I did drink quite a bit of the ever-present coca tea when it was available. It helps to adjust to the elevation.

This adventure was a true test of our ability to adapt, move with the flow, and be an observer.

During our time in Bolivia, we visited numerous locations, namely, Valle de las Rocas (Valley of the Rocks), Laguna Turkuiri (Lake Turkuiri), Salar de Uyuni (Salt Flats of Uyuni), Isla del sol (Island of the Sun), Tiwanaku, and Valle de las Almas (Valley of Souls). I have posted some photos below.

Our shaman guide on this adventure was Jorge Luis Delgado, author of Andean Awakening, an Inca guide to Mystical Peru. We also worked with a shaman on Island of the Sun (I don’t recall his name) and a shaman, Don Miguel Kavlin, at his center located in Valley of Souls.

We arrived at the sacred site of Tiwanaku, Bolivia, near the south eastern shore of Lake Titicaca, on February 9, 2011. Tiwanaku is believed to be at the center of the world by some. The archaeological site of Tiwanaku (also spelled Tiahuanaco) is located approximately 71 km, about two and a half hours from La Paz.

I stepped off the bus, not feeling any significant connection with this site. That did not last long. After a brief period of time, we gathered and entered the archaeological area. As I entered, a familiar feeling began to come over me; I was sensing deep emotion, as I walked the sacred ground of Tiwanaku. This happens to me occasionally when I’m at a sacred site that bears some significance for me. I don’t always know what the significance is, but I can sure feel it. The sensation is undeniable. This place touched me in a very special way.

The sunken temple of Tiwanaku offered a unique experience for many of us on this journey. One story in particular, that I would like to share, comes from a dear friend Switzerland, who I met on this pilgrimage, Michele Guggisberg. Michele has graciously agreed to allow me to share her touching experience with an inner earth being.

Michele shared her story with us, in writing, after we all returned home. This is what she had to say:

Dear Family,

For the first time when we left for Tiwanaku (on 9.2) [February 9, 2011], I heard about beings living intra Earth. It was in the silence of our ceremony that I saw them… I would like to resume my encounter with these people and the message they transmitted to me for the ones that are interested.

Eyes closed, spirit in the void, I see beings coming out of a stairway made of soil just in front of the Obelisk of the site, and at the same time Nina is channeling in their language.

Here the most precise description possible:

Crystal SkullTiwanaku, Bolivia Skull

It is a mix of these two pictures. They are thin, approx. 1.6 m tall (approx. 5 feet), their body is like ice covered in frost; I can guess their blood stream is a darker color through their dense opaque white milky skin. They are very light and fluid in their movements as if they would be suspended just above the ground. They move in a light and fluid way. They have hollow eyes but when I look into them I see the fullness. They bring out such a happy and light impression, like curious, playful and very new children. At the same time I can feel such a wisdom and depth, as if they know everything. They seem to be so happy to see us; they smile from the bottom of their heart and dance around the Obelisk, in the center of our group.

This was my first unforgettable and unexpected encounter with the blue people. I felt so honored that I was crying…. Without knowing that one of them would come back to talk to me.

It happened on the boat on the way to the island of Sun. Sitting next to Nicole, I see a blue being sitting in front of us. He was laughing at us, imitating our gestures with his hands and fingers. He was laughing like a child. And then he wanted to talk to me, but how???? He wasn’t talking, so how to communicate? I was waiting and suddenly, I see a bright white ray coming out of his hollow and at the same time full eyes. This ray is directed to my 3rd eye and enters my head. In operating a zoom on this ray I can see that the ray is composed of signs, symbols, and drawings coming from him into my skull like these ones Ω ∞ π α ∏ ∑ ≈ and others more complicated.

He explains to me telepathically, without words, that everything we are looking at is transmitted in symbols in our brain and each sign, symbol has its space in a drawer of the brain library and I can see an immense library, very high, filled with thousands of drawers that open and close by themselves.

He explains to me that these pictures we look at are dissected in symbols which go into these drawers and this has served humanity consciousness since the beginning of times. It serves also our evolution as a soul and as a species in evolution.

Then suddenly another ray comes out of his eye sockets and goes directly to my heart. It is like a liquid fluid that I can feel penetrating my heart like a gentle and emotional sensation. He explains to me that this is the functioning of the world of the feelings and the emotions–that the feelings move through liquid fluids and flow through the water of the body and the air, like waves. This is the world of feeling, and unconditional love is the master of it. And then I see the teeth which are the pillars protecting and guarding the palate, the Sacred Vault, he tells me. The vibrating sounds emitted by the movement of the vocal cords have creative power. The more the vibration is high and fast, the more the creation is fine and detailed, like flowers and butterflies. The more the vibration is low and slow, the more heavy and big things are created like mountains and elephants. So it is that these beings communicate by telepathy, they create with their voice into the manifestation and keep their knowledge in their mental library. They exchange their feelings by the world of fluids. What privilege…. What gratitude….. As one goes along I explained to Nicole what I received, she could follow my words in also seeing the pictures or in sensing the sensations. It was magical and still today I can hardly believe it!

“The Return of the blue blooded people” could be the title of a book which may be written through me. To be continued!

From the bottom of my heart thank you to all of you for your presence, your love and your courage throughout all the challenges of this trip! See you soon! I love you! Michèle

Sunken temple of Tiwanaku
Sunken temple of Tiwanaku


Our group in the sunken temple of Tiwanaku
Our group in the sunken temple of Tiwanaku


Hand on the heart – love, hand on the abdominal area – with no fear.
Obelisk Michele refers to… Per our shaman guide, Jorge Luis Delgado: hand on the heart – love, hand on the abdominal area – with no fear.


Our shaman guide on this adventure, Jorge Luis Delgado
Our shaman guide on this adventure, Jorge Luis Delgado


One of our Peruvian shamans and his family
One of our Peruvian shamans and his family


Yep, it’s a road under that water


4x4 stuck in the mud
4×4 stuck in the mud


Lake Titicaca
Leaving for Island of the Sun on Lake Titicaca


Island of the Sun, Lake Titicaca


Island of the Sun
Taken on Island of the Sun


Valley of Souls
Valley of Souls


Center where we stayed at Valley of Souls and worked with shaman Don Miguel Kavlin and his wife, Carmen (yes, they were like hobbit dwellings).


Valley of Souls shaman Don Miguel Kavlin & yours truly.

Be joyful, embrace life and thrive!

With love,


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My Mount Shasta Experience – 2012


Mount Shasta is situated in the Cascade mountain range of Northern California. With an elevation of more than 14,000 feet, it is the 2nd highest volcano in the High Cascades family of volcanoes (bested only by Mount Rainier) and the 4th highest volcano in the continental United States. This lone, snow-topped beauty is actually what is called a compound stratovolcano: a tight family of overlapping volcanic cones. Shastina is another cone that sits right alongside Shasta. President Theodore Roosevelt said it was “one of the grandest sights” he’d ever witnessed.

I first went to Mount Shasta in 1997… and this sacred mountain has been one of my favorite places on the planet ever since that visit. I have spent time on sacred Mount Shasta many times since then.

Since my last visit to Mount Shasta have been reminded of the 2012 seminar I co-facilitated with a friend. There were twenty-one of us in attendance. It was too beautiful and serene a setting not to be celebrated in some small, special way, so on the morning of September 23, 2012, fourteen of us held a sunrise ceremony in Mount Shasta’s postcard-like tranquility.  We completed our ceremony, satisfied, and proceeded in three cars to yet another location on the beautiful mountain.

We decided to drive a little way back down the mountain to another site that two people in our group were familiar with.  Driving down the main mountain road, we took a left turn, on a stretch of dirt road that led right into the forest. The splendor outside and the anticipation of approaching this sacred place was spellbinding.  After a short drive, we were more than ready to park our cars and step outside once again. We had just approached the edge of the road when Betty, a member of our intuitive group, sensed an unseen barrier and informed us we needed to have permission to enter.  She asked me to make the request… so I did.  We were granted permission, and we proceeded into the wooded area.  We found ourselves in a forest of mostly pine – and possibly cedar – trees, with huge boulders as well.

As I walked deeper into the forest – a little farther from the road now – I began to feel a connection which resulted in some deep-rooted feelings and swelling emotions that I find quite hard to articulate.  It almost felt like I was longing for something I’d lost long ago, or remembering something that had once been intimately familiar to me, but I couldn’t quite figure it out. I did not know what it was, but I know that it concerned the underground city of Telos and its inhabitants.  I looked over as Betty walked onto a huge boulder; she stood there, looking outward: facing the forest like a familiar sentinel.  I took a seat on a smaller rock about five to eight feet behind and to her right.  We all stood or sat there in complete silence.  You could have heard a leaf hit the ground. It felt as if time had stopped.

I began to get very emotional, and I suddenly started to sob.  I was experiencing a wonderful feeling of loving energy and knew deep within that it was Adama, the high priest of the Lemurian city of Telos, located beneath Mount Shasta.  He was connecting with me.  He knew me.  It was a recognition – his? mine? – that wasn’t meant to be organized with words and linear thought. I remember saying something like “Adama is here, but I can’t talk.”  I was sobbing so much, and so overcome with emotion, that I simply could not speak.  And yet, after a short period of time, my emotions did settle down enough for me to find the clarity in the feeling… to deliver Master Adama’s warmth-filled message.  I do not remember the entire message, but do remember that the first words were something like “You are home.”

I was home… we were home. And as if on cue, after delivering the message, I was once again overcome with emotion – which happens to me sometimes after channeling a message to a group of people.  This time, however, was different. This time, the emotion and the connecting force and incredible love that I felt was much stronger than I ever remember feeling in the past.

It was within a matter of minutes that I somehow regained my composure. And when I did, I could hear someone else saying something behind me.  As it turned out, my friend, Julie, was guided to sit several feet behind our group, facing the opposite direction.  Unbeknownst to me, Julie was channeling a message the same time I was, and the people who could hear both messages said that it was the same information from both of us!  My sense is that was “their” way of providing confirmation that the message was valid, rather than something that one of us had made up. They wanted everyone to know that the essence of that message was profound and real: “You are home.”

This was a unique experience for me, as normally I have a procedure for channeling; this time it was spontaneous. It was spontaneous… but not totally unexpected, because I had been feeling Adama’s presence from time to time leading up to my trip to Mt Shasta. Leading me – leading all of us – home.

My first visit to Mount Shasta in 1997 was special to me. One of the reasons it was so special was because was it was the first time I saw Ronna Herman Vezane (who was to become my dear friend and mentor) deliver a message from Archangel Michael during the Wesak Celebration which I had gone there to attend. As you can see, Mount Shasta already had its place in my heart; that blessed trip had just made it all the more special.

Be joyful, embrace life and thrive!

With love,



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5 Benefits Of Thumping Your Thymus

The thymus gland is behind the top of your breastbone (sternum) and is responsible for producing mature white blood cells which fight the common cold as well as infections and serious diseases; it has a major impact on your immune system.

Performing the thymus thump helps to stimulate the thymus gland and keep this critical gland at peak performance.

It is said the thymus thump helps to release fear as well. Perhaps that’s why gorillas pound their chest, to show that they’re not afraid.


  1. Release fear.
  2. Increase your life force energy.
  3. Increase strength.
  4. Increase vitality.
  5. Strengthen your immune system.

It’s recommended that we perform the thymus thump 1-3 times daily.

This is how I do it:

  • I normally start with one deep breath.
  • Make a fist with your thumb against the outside of your index finger.
  • Gently strike your sternum with the inside of your closed fist.
  • This creates a vibration which will stimulate your thymus gland.
  • Rapidly but gently thump your sternum from 60 – 100 times in about 30 seconds or so.
  • Then I say “I am thankful (or grateful) for my healthy, stimulated and active thymus gland and all of its benefits” as I place my open hand on my chest over my thymus gland, palm down.

To your health,

Randall Monk