SEE the FACE

by Diana Lynn~

The Rock’s Message

I was in Moab, Utah this past April and I was driving down the road when I felt this gigantic rock calling me to pullover.

I was in Moab, Utah this past April and I was driving down the road when I felt this gigantic rock calling me to pullover.

This massive rock wanted me to put my hands on her wall and as I did I saw the colors and the lines within its structure and our combined ‘energies’ exploded with delight. The sharing of our ‘energies’ was profound as my hands started to receive the higher vibrations immediately, and feelings started to pour into my body. “You ask for our knowledge and we will determine how best to share our knowledge with you.”

WE (rock) speak in the plural because there is rarely just ‘one’ of anything. And the energies of this rock change almost daily, yet there is always the ‘Guardian’ of any said, rock. This photo shows the observer many different views, for us it is what we have become over hundreds of years, possibly thousands of years in your time frame. The ‘face’ was not always here, at least not this distinctive face that is present in 2013. We helped create this strong presence of face through the wind, which is constant, the rain whether it is frozen or liquid and the sun and clouds all create nature’s structures on this planet, Earth. Male energies have always prevailed on your earth as structures, and the feminine energies have always been shown by way of nature, the animals and the wind. The wind can be either feminine or masculine energy.

As a rock we become the ‘gatekeepers’ for all time, we have the knowledge back to the beginnings, we know of the people who have come before and those that do not belong to your Earth. All are inquisitive; they are appreciative and are looking for answers to more questions than ever before.

All of Nature is generally willing to share what we are and what we do for this land. Most humans would think that we are mindless materials. We are much more than those limited thoughts; we enjoy humans such as this one writing for us. We also enjoy children who are very inquisitive and always asking questions and we place their answers inside their body, when in time they will come to understand the broad spectrum of their asking’s!

I started learning how to connect with rocks back in 1968 when I took a seminar called INCREASE [Inner Creative Sensitivity) in Santa Clara, CA. In this seminar I learned how to “talk” on many levels to everything, which gave me my foundation to become an Animal Communicator and a Healer using holistic methods that were unknown for many people.

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Contact Diana Lynn at Pathways to Understanding (208) 584-9034 or

e-mail Diana@pathwaystounderstanding.com

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