A Special PAG Message
by Miles Simons (Webmaster PAO)
Over the years, numerous Planetary Activation Groups (PAG's) have begun: some have continued, others have eventually disbanded, still others have been reduced to a simple occasional meeting of a few like-minded friends. Owing to the growing list of projects needing our attention, our core PAO group has found it difficult to keep up with PAG communications.
Many of you have written us that you feel alone or disconnected from other Starseeds. Recently, an idea came to me on how we might revive our PAG network and help us re-connect with each other. Some time ago, we created a section on the PAO website called "PAG STORIES". With announcements looming on the horizon, NOW would be a good time for those of you who feel so inspired to send us your PAG story. Anticipating that many stories will be submitted, we ask you to restrict your material to 3 or 4 paragraphs (about 250 words). If you wish to connect with other PAGs in your area, please include an e-mail address at the end of your story so they can contact you. (Should you be concerned about publicly displaying your main e-mail address, simply create a new one in G-mail, Yahoo, etc. and confine its use to PAG communications only.)
On the Home Page you will find a new link that will take you directly to PAG Stories. We will post as many stories as we can, and as quickly as possible, but ask for your patience.
Please e-mail your PAG story to: email@example.com
You must include with your story…
PAG member stories will be organized by countries/zones. To become a PAG member Click Here
For those who have PAG or other questions, we invite you to ask them during our monthly Webinars.To get things rolling, I will tell you my own story of how I discovered Sheldan Nidle. (It is longer than 4 paragraphs because it includes some early history of the PAO). To read my story: Click Here
Many attendees have mentioned that they feel infused with activation energy during and after a Webinar.
To read PAG Stories click on links below:
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