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Image is courtesy of Lucie Stastkova
Image is courtesy of Lucie Stastkova

I created my website after publishing my début novel, Plateau: Beyond the Trees, Beyond 2012.

So much that had been televised about the end of the Mayan calendar on 21 December 2012 left me wondering if we’d be alive when the sun rose on December 22nd!  A large percentage of the programs focused on a possible impending apocalypse, which I found disheartening.  I firmly believe that if we keep our hearts open and act within love instead of reacting out of fear – if we practice gratitude and compassion within every moment and with every breath – we’ll raise our vibratory rate and help elevate the human species to a higher consciousness, facilitating personal and global peace.  And within this vision – this practice – the human species will continue into the Golden Age of Enlightenment.

Having seen one too many programs embracing doomsday prophecies, I felt compelled to write a novel of hope.  Plateau: Beyond the Trees, Beyond 2012  is the product of that inspiration.  Novel reading can stimulate empathy and increase our understanding of who we are and our tolerance for diversity.

I invite you to share your thoughts and feelings on my blog posts.  My hope is that we affirmatively broaden our perspective on what lies ahead for our species and our planet.  I look forward to meeting, sharing, and dialoguing with kindred spirits.

May we all walk in beauty…

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I want to thank Countess Lucie Stastkova for allowing me to use her photos on my website.  She is a loving and generous person as well as a gifted and multi-talented artist.  To learn more about her, visit her Facebook page at LuSt 4 ART.

38 thoughts on “Home”

  1. A shaman apprentice–love that. I’m writing a book about primitive tribes, which includes the dawn of spirituality. I may need your expertise on that. I’m following you so I don’t lose track or your world. Thanks, Tina, for visiting me in my world.

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  2. Admiring the time and effort you put into your website and in depth information you provide.
    It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the
    same unwanted rehashed information. Great read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS
    feeds to my Google account.

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  3. Hi Tina… it so pleases me to see how you have embraced all this new technology and are using it with your wonderful creative talents. Pictures are fabulous and touch the soul.
    Much love to you my long time friend
    Sally

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  4. Hi Tina, I wanted to come by and personally say thank you for reposing my interview. Every little bit helps. I like your novel idea in response to doomsday prophecies. I’m reblogging this. ;0)

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  5. Looking forward to reading your blog. So many focus on the negative. It is all around, however we forget among that is a lot of positive beauty. I’m glad you stopped by my blog so that now I may stop by yours! Have a lovely day. Koko🙂

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  6. Nice! If I remember correctly, there was also some prophecy for 12/12/12. Turned out it was the day my grandmother passed away. One minute she had supper, and the next she was gone. She left in peace and at peace–that seemed like a harbinger of good news to me, and it assuaged any of my own concerns that a cloud of darkness would wipe out the planet from one day to the next. (Playing it close, right!?)🙂

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    1. Thanks for visiting, Cynthia. My grandmother’s death was a good omen for me. She died in peace, at peace, and was in her nineties. May we live as long and as well. And you’re correct about the 12/12/12 prophecy. It involved an asteroid coming close to earth. I don’t put any stock in doomsday prophecies, though. The Golden Age of Enlightenment is upon us and expected to last at least 2,000 years. I plan to come back again during that time and enjoy a life of peace and prosperity. Hope to meet you again there!🙂

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      1. Oh Tina, I am so happy for you, getting the recognition that you so richly deserve. You have worked very hard and have used your talents so appropriately. Your brother gained fame through your efforts and talent, now you are receiving the acknowledgment on your own.

        Love and Blessing, your long time friend Sally

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