Christina’s Blog


The Dream Experiment

I was sleeping in a room I had never seen before. A twin bed tucked on one of the walls in the tiny room and right across from it a painting with light shinning on it. It was as if the light was there just for me. The painting was mesmerizing, you felt it in your veins as soon as your eyes traversed across it. Rocks with brush strokes so invisible that you could mistake them for real life rocks. The painting on the wall brought back my love for painting again. I felt the desperation inside my chest and knew I had to do something. In that moment a man with dreadlocks who was supposed to...


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Why don’t you want to know?

I am never ever going to stop exploring the nature of our universe. I am just not willing to live in the darkness and turn my back on scientific findings of incredible truths and pretend this is the only version of reality. Why do that? Why live a life that is seen through one hole instead of the whole view of the world. Unfortunately we live in a world where we talk about celebrities, drama and gossip. And I do that too. Still. When the cosmos is so vast, so magnificent and so complex. We close our eyes and go to sleep. Just writing these words down makes me want to scream from the top...


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May all your chosen realities come true

I have to admit to you that writing this particular Star Letter was incredibly difficult. As the New Year is approaching I have been receiving questions from readers who have been wondering what the New Year will bring in their lives. Will they make their dreams come true finally? How will life look like in 2017? I looked for the connection points between our potential at altering physical reality and physics but they were so difficult to pinpoint. As you know we are dealing with a lot of invisible but proven hidden dimensions. At least 8 dimensions are not visible. I spent the last few...


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How do I get through the holidays?

As the Holidays are approaching I thought I would respond to a question from a reader who lost her beloved husband and is having a tough time during the holidays. The question was sent to me last week and it said: “How do I get through these Holidays intact? This is the first Christmas without my husband, how to I not fall to pieces?   Dear anonymous, Losing someone you loved is not easy. It is especially not easy during the holidays when the collective world around us appears to be celebrating. You see, when everyone else is buying Christmas gifts and is out and about in the...


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Divorce is Not Real in the Quantum World

This past week I received a question that I had to ponder on for a while. The question went like this “What if we lose someone but they are still here. As in divorce? What if you still hold the love but they do not? Will that love ever live again? Dear anonymous, I am so sorry about your loss of someone who is still physically alive but not physically together with you. I used to say that divorce is like being in love with a ghost, he/she is alive for everyone else but not for you. Today I want to introduce you to another truth. One that I believe is more real for better or for worse...


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Have We Met Before?

One of the questions I received this last week from a reader was... “Dear Stars, will I see the people I lost again?” Dear Anonymous, I feel your deep longing for the people you lost. I know you need some rest or at least reassurance that somehow, somewhere there is this possibility of being with them again. I am choosing the word being, instead of seeing, or meeting them again because it’s the being with them that you miss. The feelings you had when you sat by their side, when you kissed them or danced with them. This longing is heavy and so overbearing that it stops you from living...


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The Sky Is Alive

I wasn’t always so curious about the stars. As a matter of fact, I only cared about them when they were in a science fiction movie. But everything changed when in 2006 my very young husband passed away. I was left heartbroken. The fact that he was here one moment and gone the next was an impossibility in my mind. My mind could not accept this as a reality I had to live in. Since then, I looked at the sky asking questions and trying to get as many answers as possible. It was as if a portal opened wide and pulled me in. I wanted to know why am I still here? What is my purpose? Where will I go...


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