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The Meaning of It All
July 2009 Star Beacon
by Ann Ulrich Miller
Is the Four Corners a lightworker
have now been back in Colorado seven weeks. It has been a
transitional period and may continue to be so for a while. I found
that it takes time to settle into a new home and community,
although, I must admit, I have been blessed with many new friends
and the sanctity of a comfortable home. It is important for me to
take the time I need for healing.
ago I felt the pull of Pagosa Springs, a small dot on the Colorado
map, several miles due north of Dulce, New Mexico. I decided to
check it out as a possible place for me to move. At that time —
early September 2008 — my dear husband and soul mate was near
death, and I had been granted a few days’ reprieve to visit my new
grandson in southern Colorado.
oldest son graciously stepped in to take care of his father, so I
could fly to Colorado and visit my son and his family. On one of
those days I arranged to meet Niara Isley and Victoria Liljenquist
for lunch in Pagosa Springs, a community I’d heard about and
wanted to see for myself.
longtime friend Norma Jean Foust, who lived in nearby South Fork,
I drove over Wolf Creek Pass and was astounded by the beauty and
the high energy of the area as we came into the San Juan River
Valley. It couldn’t have been a lovelier day in early September,
with typical sunshine and Colorado blue skies. The looming
ponderosa pine and the mountainscape captivated us. I was
enchanted by Pagosa Springs and decided, after just two hours,
that I could easily live there.
his transition just five days after I returned to Ohio. My absence
had given Ethan and his son some important time in which to bring
closure to their relationship. In the months following that very
challenging event in our lives, I was faced with the decision of
where to relocate. The Ohio property was up for sale and I wanted
to get on with my life — to do whatever Spirit had in mind for me.
sure at that point where I should move. Part of me was drawn back
to Paonia and the beautiful North Fork Valley, where Ethan and I
had met and lived for almost two decades. It was familiar to me
and I still had many friends there. My old job was no longer
available, however, and home prices there were high enough that I
had to take that into consideration, along with the fact that the
memories might cause emotional trauma.
kept drawing me toward the Four Corners. My friend Niara lived in
Durango and wanted me to settle in her town, pointing out that the
job market was more conducive for finding work. On the other hand,
I wanted to be closer to my new grandson in Alamosa, and Pagosa
Springs was only 90 miles away whereas Durango was 150. Pagosa
Springs also had a lot of homes for sale, most of them newer
houses, and I felt it was begging me to drop my spiritual anchor
those of you who have kept up with my progress in this column
already know how everything manifested so that the property sold
in Ohio right at the time I was visiting the Four Corners in
March, and how I put an offer in on a house in Pagosa Springs the
very next day — and it was accepted. Everything fell into place
quickly and effortlessly — a sign to me that my path was laid out
in front of me.
arrived in Colorado, I was in high spirits, happy to be back in my
spiritual home state, and went about the tasks that needed to be
done in order to set up my new life. I didn’t expect it when
emotions caught up with me and I found myself once again
enshrouded by the cloud of depression that often lurks when you
are grieving. Synchronistically, we had an unusual cycle of rainy
days and gloom, uncharacteristic for this time of year in the Four
hard getting through it, and I’m not saying I’ve seen the end of
it. But I have now put my trust in Spirit, knowing that I still
need the time to heal and that there is no rush to get that job I
felt I had to have immediately. I am learning how to be grateful
for what is NOW, the fact that I have a roof over my head, food in
the cupboards, good health, many friends, and an abundance other
than money that is more meaningful and more nurturing to my entire
being than I’ve ever had in the past.
Most lightworkers who come to
reside in the Four Corners (this very sacred area where Colorado,
Utah, Arizona and New Mexico come together) have an interesting
story to tell about how they got here... and how, if they try to
leave, they can’t. Often people come here, sight unseen, and end
Is the Four Corners area a magnet for those of us who need to be
here at this time? Is is really the “safe area” that has been
talked about for decades, from the Hopi perspective? Is Pagosa
Springs really a vortex area?
My feeling is “yes” to all of those things. I came for the
healing, plus I have work to do here. I’m not talking about an
office job either. I came here to be a “seed” as depicted in a
vivid dream I had recently. In that dream I saw myself
“channeling” words that moved across my line of vision, much like
what you see at the bottom of the screen on CNN or Fox News. I was
hearing those same words and writing them down. Then, a word in
Russian kept flashing in front of me: (syehm-ya). I took Russian in
college, but I didn’t know this word. Later that day, when I got
home from my trip, I got out my Russian-English dictionary and
looked up the word (syehm-ya) (prouounced “syehm-ya”), and it meant
“seed.” I took that to mean that perhaps I am a seed, one who is
sowing new ideas and bringing them into fruition. Perhaps in time
I will also learn to channel.
I have a friend who believes lightworkers are flocking to the Four
Corners area in this time frame, leading up to December 2012,
because we could be the ancient Anasazi, returning to the sacred
There is definitely something here... there’s no denying it
Ann Ulrich Miller is publisher of
The Star Beacon. In September
she lost her husband and soulmate. Read the whole story in her
newly released book, Throughout All Time, A Cosmic Love Story.
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