You may have noticed that our website works somewhat differently now. This is because we recently moved it from a local hosting company to being hosted by WordPress. One result is much faster loading of the site; another is increased security. These are positives.
On the other hand, we’ve now discovered that the list of registered users has somehow been lost in cyberspace. So people were unable to post comments or questions as in the past. To make it easier for you to post comments or give feedback, we’ve eliminated the requirement to log in or be registered. You can now post a comment by simply giving your name and email address. Your email address will not be shown on the site and you can use whatever name you chose so you can ask your question anonymously.
To post a comment or ask a question for the guides, simply click on the “leave a reply” line at the top of any post. This will take you to a page where you can enter text for your comment or question. If you would like to post a general question about our planet or spirituality or something like that, feel free to submit it. Questions about personal circumstances will be brought forward to the guides once we’ve received the $20 payment via the Paypal button on the sidebar. The guides’ responses will then be posted here.
We hope this simplifies your interaction with our website and the spirit guides.
The Circles within Circles Team
I have questions about “no growth”. You often talk about people in “no growth” phases. How do we recognize these moments in our own lives? Is it important that we always personally seek growth? Or are times of no growth in our lives necessary for rejuvenation, like the cycles and seasons of nature where in spring and summer growth flourishes, but then subsides and becomes dormant in fall and winter. (Unchecked growth is can be a cancer! ) If we as individuals feel we are growing and changing, how do we interact and stay connected with the important people in our lives who might appear to be in “no growth” phases by their seeming resistance to change or who we witness making the same choices over and over again (like addictions)?