Author archives: Alan McElroy

  • This year has really flown by as Jean, Korinne, Ratna and I have continued our adventures promoting Maitreya’s teachings that Margaret gave to us and continuing to work on our own issues individually and collectively. It is the one thing we witnessed with Margaret, she was tested on an individual ba... [read more]
  • Judging someone, can you pass the Empathy Test? I need to do a disclaimer when it relates to judgment because this is truly one of my main life lessons and while I have gotten better, I still battle with it daily. We live in an age where our emotions and the emotions of others are on full display... [read more]
  • August was an incredible month astrologically with the Lunar eclipse of August 7th and the Solar eclipse on August 21st along with 5 planets being in retrograde. Retrogrades are usually a time to not start something new, but to finish up things that we have started at some point in time, and have no... [read more]
  • It’s hard to believe that Margaret transitioned to the “Other Side of Veil” as she would call it a year ago. We, Jean, Korinne, Ratna and I have all continued to move forward on our respective journeys as individuals and a group. Margaret’s passing shortly after our return to the Seattle from India ... [read more]
  • There is a saying, “there are two sides to every coin” and often we forget this little metaphor when we get caught up in our emotional world. It’s as if our emotions paralyze us from contemplating the other side of a story or that another person see’s or is experiencing a situation from a completely... [read more]
  • Have you ever wondered why the only constant in our lives is change? Why is this you might ask, the answer is fairly simple. The Earth Plane is governed by “Free Will” choice and so the Universe is constantly reacting to our choices as we navigate through life. You might question why the Universe wo... [read more]
  • I was out walking the other day and passed a house that was for sale. It has been on the market for a while and it jogged my memory surrounding the last 3 houses I had sold. In each of them, I allowed the realtor to “over price” the home and it took me close to a year to sell each of them. As I gaze... [read more]
  • For me this is definitely an area that I struggle with. How about you? My mind is to busy thinking about how it is going justify itself as someone is discussing what I just said or my mind is busy not listening to what someone is saying because it is preparing a response to show how smart I am. What... [read more]
  • How do you learn trust you might ask? I am sure you can picture in your mind an incident in your childhood where you were scared and holding onto your mommy or daddy’s arm or leg as tight as you could, just to feel safe. I remember going to Disneyland when I was about 5 years old and I can feel and ... [read more]
  • I was driving the other day and viewed the traffic ahead and calculated that if I changed lanes I would avoid some congestion. I quickly shifted lanes, but what I anticipated didn’t happened. The lane I switched too became more clogged than the one I left. I immediately cursed myself and started cal... [read more]
  • I woke up the other morning and as I was lying there in bed, I leaned over and grabbed my phone from the nightstand and opened the home screen to all my Apps. What was I going to do? I was going to begin my morning ritual of checking my News and Facebook Apps. My self was itching to get its’ morning... [read more]
  • Life is full of choices and it is how we learn. We get to experience the consequences of our decisions. Some hurt more than others, some last longer than others, some turn out so incredible, some are a complete disaster, but in the end we’re allowed to experience an aspect of ourselves with each and... [read more]