Magical

I know it’s been a long time so I thought I’d give you a short update on the album. I am so blessed in so many ways. Everything is going superbly – even though we are in a Mercury Retrograde season. Producer Larry has been gracing my songs with stunning guitar, bass, drums, and lots more! And Chase Morrison played cello on a few of my tracks. Gorgeous!

Chase Morrison has played on Broadway, in Carnegie & Avery Fisher Halls, toured with Barbra Streisand and Joni Mitchell, and has recorded with Grammy artist Paula Cole. As a composer, her works have found homes onstage at Symphony Space in New York, with Cornell University’s Women’s Choir, and at Westminster Choir College.

Hello!!! Is that magical or what? I can assure you, her playing is πŸ™‚

The bottom line is, I followed guidance to take this trip and make it happen – even though all the funding was not physically present in my life. The message that came to me a few months ago was, “Just move. Do what you can. Pretend that you have money and go as far as you can go. The universe supports movement with presence and passion.” The moral of the story… the apparent lack of money in your life does not stop the movement and expression of the God Frequency in our lives.

It’s true. Amazing things have happened on this trip… and it’s not over yet…

21 thoughts on “Magical

  1. Steve, thank you. So nice to meet up with you and see your stunning art in person yesterday. What a treat. I\’d like to post some of the video footage I took of it at some point in the future.Nice to hear from you here Robert. Thank you for your kind comment. Yes, I am enjoying many brilliant and talented people here in Santa Fe. And they live in Hawaii too πŸ˜‰

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  2. Eileen, sounds like an amazing time for you! I\’ve often wondered about what you have written here, specifically if I were to \”throw myself at the universe\” I would be cared for financially, emotionally, etc. because that\’s how the universe works. Maybe someday I\’ll be able to do just that. But, I think in some ways I have already!I look forward to your next post.

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  3. Hi EileenI\’m very happy to hear….that amazing things happened on your trip, and it\’s not over yet!That is just wonderful!I feel your joy!Take care!

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  4. Tree, yes, I\’ve wondered about what I\’ve written here too πŸ˜‰ Nothing like giving it a test drive and receiving the validation that the Universe does provide. Passion is definitely one of the keys. (I\’m going to write about this when I get back to Hawaii.) And you ARE practicing these principles every day. Good job!Margie, happy to have you stop by. Thank you for resonating with my joy πŸ™‚

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  5. Hi EileenYou have been on the road for a while now….I just want to let you know I am thinking of you, and sending good thoughts and prayers your way….May all the blessings of light be upon you…light without and light within….And in all your comings and goingsmay you ever have a friendly greeting….from them you meet along the road.__________________________________And….May you have …a song in your heart…a smile on your lips…and nothing but joy…at your finger tips! XOXOXOXOMargie

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  6. Margie,How very sweet of you. Thank you for the lovely and encouraging comment. So many amazing things have happened on this trip, AND I\’m exhausted. I\’m sure that when I get back to Hawaii I\’ll be asleep for a week! I miss blogging too πŸ™‚

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  7. eileen,we miss you here in blogland.. :^)but we know that your absence here has allowed you to be in a place where the magic of creation happens in wonderful ways. Powerful and awesome ways that bring the heart to people and that awaken and nurture the living soul. And that is an incredible thing that you do! You have my gratitude and support eileen. Carry on with my best wishes.Steve

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  8. Eileen, thank you for all that you are. What you do enables us to follow our path of heart, God and love. Your beautiful music moves the heart and opens the eyes (inner ones). Carry on your good work with my support, you are an inspiration to me.

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  9. Steve,Your messages are very comforting, thank you. I look forward to my next trip to Santa Fe, but not until I\’ve recharged my batteries! Meanwhile, enjoy that magical city and keep up your good work too πŸ™‚

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  10. Eileen – I\’m looking forward to a new post from you … that is how I\’ll know you\’ve revived from your trip. I hope you found time to enjoy the enchantment rather than working the whole time. Once again, I wish I could have been there! Eager to have news of the new album!

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  11. Lynilu, I very much enjoyed New Mexico and had a few opportunities to just walk and feel… but mostly I worked πŸ™‚ I\’m hoping the album will be ready to roll by summer. Thanks for checking in!

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  12. hope all you had to do was work and more work…. :)… There are times when the more that is thrown our way the better, satiates the zeal a bit, and keeps the demons away… πŸ™‚

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  13. Interesting philosophy 2lrbl. Work is good, but I come more from the \”everything in moderation\” camp, and if the demons come around I just confront \’em! Kuan, I noticed a comment from you up there from awhile back. It\’s always nice to have you visit, thank you.

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  14. Thanks for checking in Steve. All is well. I arrived back in Aloha-land yesterday. And after 11 hours of sleep I should be on my way to full restoration! I look forward to posting something soon… and then catching up with all of my blog friends again πŸ™‚

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