***UPDATE*** August 29, 2011Less than a month after I posted the enthusiastic blog entry below, I ended up meeting Darryl Anka at a coffee bar as a result of an amusing series of seemingly unrelated events. Equally amusing, three months earlier, unbeknownst to me at the time, I was actually in the very same room with Darryl as he made a presentation about a film he was making (tho at that time I had no idea that Darryl was also the gifted channeler of Bashar, nor had I even heard of Bashar or been exposed to any of his messages). Anyway, if you are interested in reading the amusing story of how my meeting with Darryl came to pass, click here. In the meantime, back to the original post–
This is just too good not to pass on!Last night I came across a free trance-channeling audio recording on the web of an entity named Bashar. Not knowing anything about the current world of trance-channeling (I had never heard of Bashar), a series of synchronicities led me to find the Bashar website where I listened to the introduction and wow, was I pleased that I did. Not only was Bashar funny and entertaining, but he also scored 100% on my truth-meter — which is to say, everything he said was in harmony with what I had learned thus far thru my celestial teachers and my life experiences. Needless to say, I highly recommend having a listen! (And, if you want to listen to more, explore here for more free Bashar material.)
Also– Below is a video I found on YouTube of one of the above mentioned audio files.
Bashar: Finding Your Highest Excitement
Bear in mind the old adage: Don’t judge a book by its cover! Admittedly, the personality of Bashar is exceptionally spirited and the Irish-sounding accent oddly comes and goes, however, when you truly listen to the content of the message coming through, whether you believe it is Darryl Anka putting on a performance, or whether you believe an ET named Bashar is speaking, truly listen to the content and let your discernment be your guide as to whether the content has value for you. In other words, to quote another old adage (I seem to be fond of them this evening): Don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater. God Bless