A Brighter Tomorrow

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The cataclysmic Uranus Pluto square that caused worldwide upheavals over the past couple of years has ended. Despite the rampant suffering that remains, I’d like to believe we’ve turned the corner into a more positive future.

My own outlook has brightened following a recent discovery. The issue that has devastated me over the past year is geoengineering. Seeing the once blue skies constantly clouded with toxic airplane stripes stripped away all my wonder as I gazed up, and replaced it with anger and a feeling of powerlessness.

I had heard that orgonite neutralized the trails that planes deposited into the skies, but had never used it effectively.

Through the miracle of facebook, I met a man who makes orgonite and told me how to make it work. The sky has a naturally self-cleaning mechanism, but it is disabled by the emanations from cell towers. Orgonite can restore the skies to their rightful clarity if it is placed near cell towers.

I recently participated in one such cell tower “gifting†excursion, and the results were instantly miraculous. The sky over Silver City is blue again. The trails that airplanes leave evaporate quickly instead of clouding the skies and our attitudes.  Silver City only has a few towers, so it was a relatively quick fix. Your area may require a greater effort.

Geoengineering must be stopped, and people need to learn about the environmental devastation that lies in its wake. But it is empowering to know that we can do something about it ourselves while we wait for enough people to mobilize and effectively oppose it.

Orgonite is relatively simple to make, but you can also order it online. You can use it in your home to reduce the electromagnetic toxicity of your WiFi router, microwave and smart meter. It is a palpably uplifting experience to have it around. I surround my chair with it to feel  positive and productive. If you want to gift the cell towers in your area and make it chemtrail free, order or make the towerbusters.

Come On Down

I’ve had a great time since last May turning my place into a Guesthouse called the Heart and Wings Retreat Center. Silver City attracts artists and adventurers, so everyone who shows up is someone I’d enjoy getting to know. Although I provide local maps and brochures, I discover more about what Silver City has to offer just by talking to the people who stay here.

Most recently, I found out about a wolf sanctuary that I’ve since visited twice. It’s magical.

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I don’t serve breakfast because no one would want to drink my green smoothies. The irony is that I instead get to take advantage of the food people leave behind in their kitchenettes. My favorite leftover was a slice of coconut cream pie.


Many of my guests take advantage of my healing services while they’re here. It’s often easier to relax and receive a healing session if you’re away from the obligations of your home environment. If you’re interested in a transformative weekend, please book some time here. Between the walks, the views, and the healing opportunities, I’m confident you’ll leave refreshed and renewed.


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All We Need

In this season of taxes, our thoughts turn to an accounting of what we have. It is tempting to focus on lack, to lament all we’ve spent and to rail against the government for appropriating and misusing our hard-earned funds. Whether or not we are justified in our attitude, it doesn’t feel good to be the victim.

I’ve created a recording to antidote the tax-time blues. I didn’t design it for this season in particular, but it may serve you well. It’s a series of Sufi prosperity mantras. They’re sung in Arabic, but translated in the CD leaflet.

Mantras reinforce positive thoughts through repetition. They connect us with our higher selves. While they won’t negate the reality of our current circumstances, they remind us of a dimension we inhabit that is inherently perfect and complete. Some of the qualities affirmed in these songs are mercy, compassion, gratitude, kindness, generosity, and the outpouring of blessings. And that feels better than worrying about money.

I composed the tracks on a silent retreat, almost whispering them into my Garage Band software. I wanted to create something soothing, hypnotic, relaxing, and, I hope, inspiring. The album interweaves 3-part vocals with guitar, flute and percussion. Jud Caswell recorded and produced it in his Brunswick, ME Frog Hollow Studio. Recording can be nerve wracking because it has to be perfect, or you’re stuck hearing your mistakes forever. But there was something about this style of music that created a relaxing studio atmosphere for all of us. None of us had ventured into this genre of music before, and we are happy with the outcome.

It has been well received. Here’s what Sacred Music Radio had to say:

“At Sacred Music Radio we often receive music which artists would like us to broadcast. To promote any music on Sacred Music Radio the music must be appropriate in that it is what we consider sacred and really beautiful. When we listened to Heart Lightening by Azaima Anderson the decision was really easy to make as we were so moved by the beauty and tranquility of the music on this album. We found it uplifting and inspiring. For example, after listening to the track “Bismillah” the words and the beautiful sound stay with me. For over a month we featured this track several times a day and now it is broadcast as one of the tracks on our playlist.â€

– Michael Kenton, Sacred Music Radio

You can taste test the recording by checking out a video of the first track.
Sink into gratitude and forget what you owe Uncle Sam. If you like what you hear and want more, you can get a copy here.A book cover with an image of a tiger.