Hello to my Okmulgee friends from Oklahoma and Arkansas!
I love this picture I took in the Okmulgee State park. It represents to me stepping up into the quantum mystery and magic of life. The steps we took together when recently I facilitated a Matrix Magic Playgroup near Okmulgee Oklahoma. I was so inspired to meet new friends and to see the light that is being shared through each individual's work and interests. Thanks to you all for being my teacher! Our diverse group of gifted people shared a day of fun, laughter, food, and exploration into the deeper quantum self and matrix magic. We played in the Matrix of "Kindness" and the next day I felt the energy of kindness washing through me like a gentle rain of blessing. Blissed out!
Suggestions for the Okmulgee group:
I encourage this Playgroup to post your experiences of the day in this blog and start a dialogue of blog posts to communicate with each other as you continue to deepen your experience with Matrix Magic Playbook within the quiet of your home. Your comments, reflections, and sharing will help each other as a group and everyone else who views the blog site.
Additionally I recommend you continue meeting as a group to play with the Matrix Magic Playbook in the company of others as group experience exponentially favors your personal growth. Allow yourself to continue to explore the magic of the quantum field and make a difference to all of life around you.
I love you all, and I thank you for allowing me to facilitate the group.
A bit about Okmulgee OklahomaOkmulgee was founded in 1868, when the Creek National began restoring order after the Civil War. The Creeks initially built a two-story log council house, open to tours, to serve as their capital. The original building burned in 1878 and was replaced with the stone building that stands today. The St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railway arrived in 1900 and triggered a building boom. By the time of statehood in 1907, the town had 2,322 residents. The discovery of oil nearby in 1907 further expanded Okmulgee and brought new industries. Okmulgee means "boiling waters: in the Creek language. The population is around 13,000 and is notable as the seat of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Tribal Complex.
A few miles away resides the Okmulgee State Park where my body, mind, and spirit rejoiced being in this incredible environment. Here are some pictures:
Reluctantly I leave the area only to look forward to returning sometime down the road. Onward I go to my next stop and experience, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs for others to follow.