The Stubborn Me

For all those who have read my book, you already know that I was out of work and I didn’t know where spirits were taking me. unemployment was running out for me by the coming December and I felt that I had to hurry up so I could provide for the family financially. It was frustrating to find a job as the French love (even adore) their diplomas and I don’t even have one for being a street-sweeper. Well, by the end of September, I got a call out of the blue to work in a retirement place. I was back into nursing — my old line of work. The impressing thing was that, in being a new building, someone decided to put metal security bars on the windows of the kitchen and they were exactly the same as the symbol on the cover of my book (picture below).


One could think it as a positive omen of some kind. The fact is that I am overwhelmed by stress for 10 hours a day and I even dream about my work in my sleep (without pay). So recently I decided that life was too short to live like this any longer and gave my notice for the end of the month — I decided to quit.

What a sense of freedom! I was jumping into the great unknown again! It’s funny when people ask me about where I am going, what I will be doing (meaning for work). All I can say is that I do not know. I just know that I have to remove myself from that place. They all think that I have gone crazy.

This morning, Jeshua came close to me in my meditation and said in a long slow tone: “V – I – B – R – A – T – I – O – N” repeatedly. Then I got it! Of course, I am vibration and I am creator. I know that,  but to “know” and to “realize” are two different things. I realize now that my feelings that I needed a job to survive was the wrong approach. I thought I needed a job, any job, and I got the job.

I have always said jokingly that I was a victim of my own circumstances, meaning that things happen to me that I have no knowledge about, and BOOM — it happens. Then I try to figure it out after the fact. As it is with this — in regards to my first meditation when I was so filled with Love (a story in The Voice of the Pyramid), I realize now it was because I had actually attuned myself to the specific vibration of Love within me. The next day I had a kundalini experience because I had attuned to the vibration of wanting to feel more of the same. I wrote the book and my experiences with the Pyramid (I have never been to Egypt and until writing it, had never even considered it) because I had attuned to the vibration of seeking knowledge, and that was what I got.


I feel so slow sometimes. I knew all this somehow, but that’s life in the 3rd dimension…

So now I have realized that I can create anything! I have the whole world connected to me — and so, my next “job” (which I don’t need) will be interesting, exciting, smooth, good pay, good hours, and all for my vibrational body’s total well-beingness!



  1. Teresa Silverthorn said,

    February 28, 2010 at 6:59 pm

    Hmmm. I would have considered the bars on the windows, which matched the image on your book – as a validation for the aid that was given to me, in getting a job (which I needed).

    I wouldn’t have quit. I would have continued to work there, learned from it, grown from it, and been grateful for having had the experience and the aid to find it.

    But, we all have our own way.

    I hope you continue to receive aid, and that your next intervention will be better suited to your needs….

  2. February 26, 2010 at 11:05 pm

    Hey Cathy,

    I would be delighted to put you into my blog roll although i hope you’re alright with writings from my blog roll to be somewhat sporadic these days. If nothing comes up I tend not to write (plus work, school, and social life happen)

    Anyway best of blessings to you, I read some of your blogs as well and very much enjoyed them, thank you for sharing your mystic experiences, I’ve always been somewhat interested in attune to vibration but usually the most fulfilling is silence for me, this is something i can feel/know the most closely and allow to flow more freely.

    I’m glad you enjoy taking part in silence as well, its quickest way to close the gap between apparent separation <3.

    • thevoicecontinues said,

      February 27, 2010 at 8:35 am


      Thanks. You know when it comes to blog postings (and life!) it not about quantity.

      I agree about the silence – there are those who just cannot tolerate the slightest bit of quiet – radios, tvs, video games. No time for self-consideration and examination…

      Thanks again!

  3. Alex said,

    February 23, 2010 at 10:39 pm

    I love leaving jobs. So much potential. (I think everyone should leave their job at least once a year.)

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