Submitted on 2009/12/25 at 8:16 pm
Love your interview with Marla Frees. I have talked with Marla a few times in email and
on the phone, she is cool.
Just wanted to share with you, that as I see The Grid and symbols around people all the time, I draw them for people. I call them galactic light language or soul symbols. They speak to the soul/emotions without words and help us move forward in life.
Well there it is, my guides wanted to write to you and share. Thank you for all the blessed work you are doing in the Universe!
Many Blessings of love and light,
Dr. Salo Stanley
Hello Dr. Salo,
Marla Frees is a ‘cool’ person, I had a great time in our Dreamland radio interview.
I created a painting titled ‘The Grid’ to show my experience of what underlies all that is, the Matrix as I see it. How incredible to hear you share your experience of it. It’s always fascinating to hear a different perspective of things. Not only does it validate the visions for us who may question what we see, it also adds information to fill in the gaps and potentially see the ‘bigger picture’.
Sometimes I’m frustrated that I can’t seem to find words that accurately describe what I feel, see, or hear. I find myself smiling when I hear new verbal descriptions like ‘Galactic Light Language’ or ‘Soul Symbols’. What a beautiful choice of words to express what you perceive. It’s a personal vocabulary created out of necessity to describe the experience the best way one can.
I’m glad to hear you too draw and share what you see. Art is a wonderful form of communication, that’s not defined or limited by spoken language. Art can be a limitless form of expression that reaches a part of us we may not even understand through initial observation. It speaks to us on many levels.
By the way, did you hi-jack my personal library for your website’s Recommended Reading list …lol? I find it remarkable all the same titles we hold. If there is one additional book I could recommend, it’s Power vs. Force by David R. Hawkins, absolutely fascinating and illuminating.
Thank you for sharing, and keep up the wonderful work!
Sincerely, the Fringe Dweller