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Cureado at home in South Dakota

Cureado at home in South Dakota

Hello again, Traveling Companions,

It’s me, Andy “Cure” Cureado, back with another update on creating our own realities through Crealitation. With summer now officially upon us, the extraordinary work at Camp Now is thriving with more unfolding every day. Make sure to stay up-to-date by reading “the Core” weekly and the "Dear You..." Daily.  

Plans are taking shape for my trip back to the Camp Now headquarters this summer. I’ve been away too long and the anticipation of seeing friends, both old and new, is already putting a smile on my face. In particular, I am excited to work with G.E. Fox in preparation for the big event on July 24. This is going to be great. Hope to see you there!

I continue to experience a Crealitation success story that I want to share with all Core readers. When I started the process of Crealitation back in 2013, one of the early questions on my mind was “what do I truly want from life”. Following the process established by Cassidy A. Maze, I began spending time in my station daily – lit a candle, meditated, researched the words of my spiritual guides, and recorded notes and insights in a journal. One day I realized that my children had grown and would soon be moving on in their own personal directions. I am proud of their accomplishments and support them following their own paths, of course, but I wanted to maximize my time with them to whatever extent possible. I moved their photos into my Crealitation station, and during meditation began visualizing us together.

Opportunities to spend time together began to unfold shortly thereafter.Our schedules began to coincide to allow us to attend events together, travel together and much more. My daughter, her boyfriend, and my son all found time to work with me on my recording project for peace – the Navel Tribe Center for Wandering Kin.  

My daughter and her boyfriend recording percussion tracks while my son and his friends provide lay down some chanting on my song “One”.

My daughter and her boyfriend recording percussion tracks while my son and his friends provide lay down some chanting on my song “One”.

The results continued to blossom. Over the next year my daughter would change her scheduled departure for the west coast and she and her boyfriend would show up for weekends or even longer stays to help with home projects like staining the wood fence around our back yard. My son transferred schools as he further defined his educational interests, which led him close enough to home to commute for the last semester. His daily presence and involvement in our lives continues to shine.

The results of Crealitation continued to surface as we agreed to deliver a van full of flowers to my nephew’s wedding in Boise, Idaho – 1350 miles from home. My wife, children, their chosen companions, and I shared the trip which led to recognizing nature’s glorious beauty and lots laughter along the way as we crossed the prairie...

Taking time to hike near the Missouri River on our recent family excursion

Taking time to hike near the Missouri River on our recent family excursion

…and then entered the mountains.  This is time together that only a couple years ago I felt had left us behind.

One of two vehicles entering Grand Teton National Park.  A family group selfie laughing into the sun, and clouds floating by the peaks that inspired us along the road.

One of two vehicles entering Grand Teton National Park.  A family group selfie laughing into the sun, and clouds floating by the peaks that inspired us along the road.

The value of this time together has been immense for me.  Seeing the world through the eyes of the current generation, with their toes fearlessly on the edge of creation, is a gift beyond price. It teaches me what I would not be able to find on my own at this stage of life. Their insights and perceptions fill my inner sol (student of life) with awe, inspiration and the confidence to carry on this journey.  In return, the ability for me to share a few lessons taught through time buffeting and eroding and softening my personal vehicle provides a sense of fulfillment; playing a role I never expected to be given with reverence for the gift of this human experience.   

This is what Crealitation has brought to me. What you will find in the process will be uniquely you, and yet, I am certain, will bind us together in Peace on time. Until next time, remember that the life you want is there for you. Happy crealitating!