"the feet of Bhagavan are everywhere. So where can we gather except at his feet?
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Celebrating the life of David LaChapelle

Celebrating the Life of David LaChapelle: Visionary teacher, see-er of souls, wisdom keeper and devoted follower to the great stillness. Friend to many. Dream coach, author, publisher and speaker. Chanter, painter, builder, philosopher and patriarch. His body let go. His gifts live on...

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Saturday, August 15, 2009


This morning, just before I woke from sleep, I clearly heard a dream-voice-over say, so specifically, "The ghost working the closest with David right now is the ghost of Margulies. Margulies and his assistant, ___ (forgotten the assistant's name)___."

Of course, I Googled "margulies" today and was directed to two references pertaining to the sea which both felt familiar, closely connected to state in the dream.

One was 'Gloucester Fisherman', is an oil on canvas painting by Joseph Margulies

The other was a play by Donald Margulies called Shipwrecked! that opened off-Broadway Feb. 8.

One other reference showing a different spelling of the name pertained to the Margules formula, which, according to Wikipedia's data, is a formula for characterizing the slope of a front, named after Max Margules, a Galicia-born Austrian meteorologist (April 23, 1856 - October 4, 1920), as is the Margules number associated with the formula.

Im putting it out there on blog so other dreams that David shows up in can be shared and studied for any common threads, symbols...

Please write in. You can post as a comment on the right hand bar, or send me anything in an email specifying to post and I will upload it for you, about dreams, but about anything related to "celebrating David"

Heartfully, Ananda

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