I haven’t posted here in quite a while, but that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been posting elsewhere, so it occured to me that I should figure out how to link all of my posting sites together. OK. Easier said than done for someone who came to social media in my 50s.
I’m on Instagram as Cassandra.Martin.90813 with a lovely butterfly statue that encourages us to “dream”; here at MultipleYouUniverse.com on wordpress; on Twitter as both RevCisiMartin and SacredScience4U; and soon I’ll be branching out as I return to radio and create a localized profile, because I’ve returned to Tulsa, OK, recently.
And that, dear hearts, is why this offering is referencing a butterfly.
It has been an unbelievable journey back. For the past 5 years I’ve been in Central Texas near my sister and her children. I began to feel very isolated in Texas, so I began to meditate to clear my confusion about where I could thrive instead of just survive. Ultimately, Spirit was clear — you cannot thrive here; leave now. So I did just that. Now it may sound strange to many that this woman would leave everything and go on a spirit-journey without a safety net. Oh, contrare…
I’ve done this twice in my life with outstandingly positive results; once in New Mexico and now returning to Tulsa, OK. In fact, I’ve been walking a spiritual path since my late 20s and have never doubted the advice that I receive when I am in deep contemplation and sacred space. As you know, when we cultivate the Divine within, it expresses itself without hesitation. Still, it requires habitual deep listening skills and this practice takes time to develop.
If you’ve been following me, you already know about my radio show, The Multiple You Universe, my book of the same name; and my previous websites that have since closed but were all devoted to the same path I’m still walking. In the short future, I’ll be sharing more Sunday Services, Thoughts, Conscious Co-Creation Stories, and so much more.
I hope you will join me again. Thank you, beloveds, for being part of my reason for continuing to serve during the 21st century. Blessings to all!
Rev. Cassandra “Cisi” Thomas; formerly Martin