Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Artist Hawk Alfredson asks..
'Do you believe in free will, if so, what made you come to this conclusion?'
I believe we all have free will and that it is a natural very basic birthright but it has been eroded.
The education system controls us from a very early age and our natural free will becomes restricted.
We can witness this change in children.
The link to nature and the natural world, the root of free will, is further restricted as society dictates to us what is acceptable and what is 'real'.
This false reality, this 'illusion' becomes the norm for many and as a result natural free will does not get used.
On a positive note...things can change!
Hawk, thanks for your question.
à l'adresse 1:59 AM
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
A question from photographer Mia Hanson..
'Who is your favourite author?'
Anne answers...'That is a difficult one. I read little these days because I find myself proof reading books instead of simply reading them!
However, my favourite author is from the past, it is HG Wells.
HG Wells had such a wonderful imagination, it was believable and thought provoking. His story 'War of the Worlds' is a fine example.
This work explores human nature and the possible nature and existence of an alien consciousness.
A few years ago my husband and I witnessed a strange vehicle in the night sky. It was like nothing we had seen before, it was large, very slow moving and its light was shining brightly at the back of the vehicle. We were both convinced that this was a UFO. It was something we will never forget!
Since that experience I believe firmly in the existence of UFO's and life on other planets.
I have wondered if this life is more advanced than we are, its method of travel seems so.
Maybe HG Wells had seen something in the night sky that had provoked him to write 'War of the Worlds'.
Thanks Mia for your question.
à l'adresse 7:07 AM
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Marigold Fairweather Artist/Art Therapist
Marigold asked Anne....
'Anne, what would you do if it's too late to save the planet?'
'Hi Marigold. The ancients spoke about all planets being woven into
the cosmic web and I also believe this to be true.
How can the planet need 'saving' or possibly end if it is a part of the living cosmic web?
...it can change though!
The vibrations that keep the planet alive can alter their frequency and many say this has
Nature, the soul of the planet, constantly changes and evolves. We are not just a
part of nature, we ARE nature, just as nature changes and evolves, so do we.
It might not be possible to save the 'old' planet but we can all help forge the 'new'.
Instead of looking back to what might have been we can look ahead and help
co-create a productive, harmonious, healthy and sustainable planet.
Thanks for your question Marigold.'
à l'adresse 6:29 AM