Lee McCormick

Francis Hayhurst

Gini Gentry

Kelly Sullivan Walden

Lee McCormick

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Dreaming Heaven Soundtrack

Dreaming Heaven Meditations

By Lee McCormick, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Dreaming Heaven: Who Am I Really and the Power of Forgiveness
Word Count 1169

In the beginning, there was the Light. The Light came form the Source, the Great Mystery, Creator, God—all terms for the World behind the world, the Reality behind our reality, the Sun behind the sun. It seems that if we sit with any great aspect of life for long enough, we come to a place of more questions than answers. Even science, with all its facts and figures, is only a snapshot of information, an interpretation of Reality and Truth. Creation is simply too vast, too multidimensional, and ever-changing to be defined by any definition or way of existing. Our attachment to the need to know how life is and who we are has driven us through time.

Dreaming Heaven Beyond The Curtains
By Gini Gentry, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 390

You and I live out our lives in a personalized version of reality on the stage of an immense Magical Theatre we call life. All things are possible in the magic, but most of us have lost touch with our choices on our journey and invested our faith in stories that describe our limited perception, rather than our infinite potential. We have told these stories of limitation with such frequency, we have come to accept them as fact, when in truth, they are little more than our own urban legends. <read more>

The Lure and Love of Mexico and Its Ability To Bring Us Back To Our Heart
By Lee McCormick, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 901

Rain started falling just before we boarded. The clouds had been moving around all morning as we spent most the day walking the streets of Mexico City. It was a nice feeling day, not too hot, not cold, just right. This was the last day of a week in the heart of a culture and people that I fell completely in love with 10 years ago on my first visit to the real Mexico. <read more>

Dreaming Heaven and The Power of Attention
By Lee McCormick, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 1254

When we are born into this world, there is a fully operating reality awaiting us. The family, neighborhoods, religions, cultures, and school systems we encounter have all been put in place to guide our attention and beliefs. Our reality, as a human interpretation, is awaiting us at the moment of birth. With such diversity across the planet and between the various cultures, religions, lifestyles, and belief systems, the human experience is a huge range of interpretations, stories, and projections. <read more>

Inside the Journey – Dreaming Heaven at Teotihuacan
By Francis Rico, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 2068

The symbol of the double-headed serpent used to represent the energetic process at Teotihuacan is far more ancient than its use by the Aztec religion. The Aztecs associated serpents with many gods – Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent being just one example. For them, it represented the presence of royalty.

For the ancestors of the Nahuatl people, the double-headed serpent was a metaphor for the profound affect that black light — the energy fields that were marked by the temples, plazas and pyramids built at Teotihuacan — had on the human energy system. <read more>

Mysteries at the Mystery School of Teotihuacan
By Francis Rico, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 1360

The movie Dreaming Heaven shares a many-thousand-year-old path to illumination, filmed at an ancient sacred city of beautiful plazas, temples and pyramids known as Teotihuacan, Mexico.

Filming this carefully preserved and protected path to awakening for the first time ever was its own adventure in wildly mysterious happenings.

In the film, we join an intimate group of men and women, as they embark on a magical journey in search of life’s great secret of secrets. <read more>

Afterflow & Aftergrow
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 437

It is one thing to have it all figured out in Teotihuacán, “a place where men become Gods—and women become Goddesses”—but to maintain access to this level of love and clarity back home in rush hour traffic, paying bills, driving the carpool—now that is a feat worthy of a true hero.

I vowed to do everything in my power to EMBODY the energy of Teotihuacán when I came home, as a way to honor Quetzalcoatl, Lee, Gini, and Frank, for their amazing teachings…and all the Toltecs that went before who were transformed by the alchemy of this place where one awakens to God. <read more>

Altered at the Altar
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 685

I loved the entire Teotihuacán journey…however, what I did not expect was the ceremony on the alter in front of the pyramid of the moon to be my favorite experience. Of all the stages of the journey, this is one I journaled about in most detail, so as to emblazon this memory forever. Here’s my journal entry from that night:

As I lay upon the alter in front of the pyramid of the Moon in Teotihuacán, Mexico, under the blazing sun, upon the 2,000-year-old rocks and stone platform. Smoked sage and dirt waft through the air, I close my eyes, obscuring the ancient majestic pyramids.

Can’t Heal What You Can’t Feel
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 243

In the Plaza affectionately known as “Hell” I was instructed to pick up a few objects (stones, twigs, weeds, etc…) that symbolized the things, thoughts, beliefs, and memories that have kept me in hell.

At first I couldn’t think of anything, so I just walked around in a daze. And then, out of nowhere, a pointy black rock spoke to me, “I’m the boy in sixth grade that broke your heart.”

A curved twig yelled, “I’m your twisted ideal relationship you keep trying to live up to.”

A gnarled bunch of dead grass hollered, “I’m your awards and accomplishments.”

Heaven…at Last
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 274

Now its time to come to my favorite place…Heaven (a.k.a., the Palace of the Jaguars and Butterflies.) This is a place worth lingering a while, relishing, and milking it for all it’s worth…because this place truly lives up to its name.

Heaven felt to me like the just desserts for all our hard work. Walking into this holy place, it was all I could do not to curl into a ball or melt in a puddle of love. I heard the spirit of Anais Nin whisper in my ear, “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

So, I let go and allowed myself to blossom in the warmth of the sun, in the energy of the masters.

Meeting the Angel of Death
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 234

As I approached the Angel of Death (personified by a woman from our group), I recalled a therapist once telling me, “Kelly, there are many people within you—sub-personalities. Think of these sub-personalities like a wild and colorful parade. The goal of therapy is to get the entire parade marching in the same direction.”

One with the Sun
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 162

By the time we take the long and winding journey to the summit of the Pyramid of the Sun, we have an en-light-enment experience. High atop the sun our humanness becomes luminous—the way we were born to be—a gift from the light, to the light. And it’s a good thing we know that in addition to the Pyramid of the Sun being a physical experience, it also exists within.

Over the Moon
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 134

The journey to the moon felt like the prize that for just having gone through the releasing ceremony on the altar. With this feeling of freedom and peace radiating throughout my body, I was surprised at how light I felt and how effortless it was to climb this enormous pyramid.

Presiding Over My Own Burial
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 441

In the Plaza of Earth we give up our attachment to our physical body. In the western world, so many of us women (some men, too) would say, “Good riddance!”

I was one of those westerners. When I was younger I was so caught up in the fashion magazines, having absorbed the myth that my legs should look like pencils. No matter how much I starved myself, I remember hearing myself say, “I HATE my thunder thighs!”

Settling My Affairs
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 319

When the notion of “settling my affairs” was first presented to me, I must admit, it set off all my inner alarm bells. I sat in my hotel room in Teothuican that night and wrote my Last Will and Testament while shaking like a leaf. I wouldn’t describe myself at this point to be fearless, at all, but more like one who felt the fear, and crawled on my belly along the journey anyway.

Some People Claim that there’s a Woman to Blame…
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 411

We tend to minimize—I know I did—the impact of the role our mothers play on our development as humans, as well as our ability to trust life. I read a statistic published in Psychology Today that said (and I paraphrase) that even the best mothers only get it right 60{c449f0db43faa495564be4adf6c54736984e7913eb2c63d352f0a15adc93b417} of the time. Yet, as babies, we are completely dependent on them. Russell Farrell wrote the lyric, “The first cut is the deepest.” And for many of us, that cut happens with the feminine God (Goddesses) in our worlds.

This Girl is On Fire
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 492

As a Fire sign, astrologically speaking, I particularly resonate with this plaza…knowing the fiery aspect of my nature can warm and animate life, and yet if left unattended, burn the house down.

What I remember most about the Plaza of Fire (besides hearing Janet Jackson’s song in my head, “Like a moth to a flame, burnt by the fire. My love is blind, can’t you feel my desire”) was Gini’s amazing chakra meditation and feeling like my spirit had been set ablaze by it.

Waaaaaaaay Off
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 291

Sometimes the best way to see what’s in front of our face is to close our outer eyes and perceive with our inner eyes. Just as people who have lost their sense of sight are able to develop acuity with their other senses, in the Plaza of Recollection, we explore the world and review our lives with our eyes closed…in order to truly see.
I experienced great joy here as I walked across it, from one end to the next, in the dark, feeling connected to where I was going

How Can You Tell When a Blonde is Making Chocolate Chip Cookies?
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 471

Question: How can you tell when a blonde is making chocolate chip cookies?
Answer: There are M&M shells all over the kitchen floor.

One of my biggest fears has always been caught being the stereotypical dumb blonde— not knowing something I’m “supposed” to know, when I’m “supposed” to know it. So, I’ve either overcompensated by always having a quick retort to any and all questions—or I’ve undercompensated by wearing the mask of the airhead to create enough smoke and mirrors to distract people from seeing the real me.

Who Are We Really?
By Kelly Sullivan Walden, co-author of Dreaming Heaven
Word Count 542

The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You trade in your reality for a role. You trade in your sense for an act. You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask. There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
~Jim Morrison

Our lives are built upon stories, upon stories, upon stories, masks upon masks. We live out our lives in a personalized virtual reality equipped with billowing smoke and ornate mirrors on the stage of a grand theatre we call life.

Dr. Future – Interview with Lee McCormack (sourced)
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Are we smart enough monkeys to dream heaven onto earth?  Can we make our problems just go away and not bother us anymore?  Is reality a holodeck?  Well, skip that last question for a moment and let’s go back to the first, Dreaming of Heaven on Earth.  Now let’s substitute “Creating” for “Dreaming.” Creating Heaven on Earth..That is the real goal here, in Dr. Future’s estimation.

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