21 April 2018 Who am I writing for?

Hello to you.  Hope this finds you doing well.  If you have stumbled into my blog, chances are there is something here that might interest you.  My interests are all over the place!  Just the way I’ve always been.  For the past couple of years I’ve been unsure about continuing to blog but here I am!  I have been writing in one form or another since I was in kindergarten so I guess that is my main “thing.”  I used to write short stories and that sort of thing.  You know what the hardest thing about writing a longer story is for me?  Dialogue lol!  Since I’m not a very sociable person,  crafting dialogue between people in a story is incredibly difficult for me.  I think that’s probably why when I have written a story, the best ones anyway, they have been short or a poem.  Writing poetry has always come very easy to me.  My birth mother was an artist and a writer too.  I have a few of the things she wrote and also some of her drawings.  Even without her being here, we are connected!

When you write a blog like this, it’s hard to know who your “target” audience is.  I may sit down and be wanting to write about something but when I look at the views, people coming to my site are looking for something else.  This creates a dichotomy for me.  Please others or please myself?  I try to find a way to do both.  I’m noticing people visiting here are very interested in Keshe Foundation technology seemingly more than anything else.

I’m sorry if I don’t have anything new to share about that.  I kind of flit in and out with my interest in that on a personal application level.  I learn best by seeing and doing when it comes to more complex things.  I have a tendency to get parts of information and then go off on my own with it which I did  with this.  This can be positive or negative depending on what it is I do this with.  The direction I went seems to have been a positive direction.  Instead of coils for cars, I was experimenting with making hand-held healing devices.  I made a couple and have shared them and apparently they actually helped people.  I do not take credit for whether or not they worked, just that the people receiving them believed they would work and they did.

Buying wire and supplies is expensive and working with it tears up my hands sometimes because it’s hard for me to wear gloves.  The gauge wire you need for what Dr. Keshe is teaching is 14 gauge copper and I like to work with smaller gauges.  For the devices I like to make, I use like 20 gauge copper wire and or aluminum because it’s easier to work with and doesn’t hurt my hands so much.  It takes a lot of wire to make the coils and that can get expensive for someone like me.  If I were to continue making the devices I came up with, I would need supplies.  I wouldn’t feel comfortable selling the devices.  When Dr. Keshe gave us the technology he made it pretty clear that if we passed it on, we shouldn’t profit from it.   This is just me, not all would agree with my point of view.

In this video, is an example of how I make my own coils:

I thank you for stopping by today and hope what I’ve written is somehow useful to you!

Organic orgonite I was experimenting with making a couple of years ago. This was extremely labor intensive to make.  I would need better equipment to be able to make it again.  It really caused quite a smell to make it in the house and composting the materials in a bucket was like cow poops lol. 

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