About Indigo Roads


Indigo Roads is a virtual communication cafe and visual explanation of why I find so much fun in random things, why I believe in the power of Love, and why I enjoy expanding with  Spirit from daily practice to include grace and compassion.

Life is Great…so Be inspired, Live, Laugh and Love!

Recently I completed a 1008-Day Spiritual Journey, and I was humbled by all I learned, and how my awareness for all of Life expanded.  The journey was completed in 40-Day segments of practicing specific qualities, and concentration on only that for the time period.  For example, 40 days of Joy, or practicing Peace, Loving-Kindness, Passion, and more.  Each 40-Day practice brought me to a deeper understanding of self, reality, and the fact that we all construct  our lives by understanding the need the balance the very two different realities of the material world we perceive, and the spiritual world inside each of us, which will guide us to our perfect level of awareness and enlightenment.

The process was so enriching, I decided on the last day of the “trek” that there is more to know, and my curiosity had me wondering how much further can I go down the “rabbit hole, ” and wanted to share this experience with others.  I knew immediately that another 1008-Day Journey was on the horizon.

The second “trip” began on March 6, 2011 for me, and I look forward to sharing these experiences here on Indigo Roads, but also look forward to hearing from you…stories of your journey, and all that you do to share your passion with the world.

Additionally…I am currently working with several publishers on producing some guide books, which I will be able to share with you,  “Mastering the Void,” and “Communicating with the Self.”   These will soon be available for download.

I also work with clients to develop personalized 40-Day plans for anyone just beginning their own spiritual journey, or for those who have been on their journey for awhile, but have lost their compass! 

If you wish to contact me directly for any of this information, feel free to leave a post, or contact me directly at: indigo.roads@gmail.com

Many Blessings, and Travel Well ~ Melinda

3 responses to “About Indigo Roads

  1. Wow! A 1008-Day Spiritual Journey? Perhaps it is All a spiritual journey, and the number of days you state could be the number of days of your chronological age! Wishing you much love, and outstanding experiences on your next trek!

    P.S. Can I come?!

  2. Annie…please come! I am hoping all I learned from the last “trek” can be shared on this one. The experience was a profound one, this journey within…and I would love to help people enjoy a similar experience, or to help provide tools and insights for others on their own adventure.

    I refer to it as a trip down the rabbit hole, because the existence and “world” we all find within is as lovely and bizarre as Alice’s adventure. Once the last 1008 days were over…all I could think about was, “how much further can I go???” The only way to find out, is to indeed go further!

    Stay in touch, the journey for me begins March 6, 2011!!! Having friends on this trip would certainly add a new dimension. : )

  3. An Open Invitation To Compose “Dying Sayings” in comments at http://soaringdragons.wordpress.com/2011/05/20/dying-sayings/

    This is an invitation that I am posting into the comments of the “About” pages of 188 randomly selected blogs. How did I find you? From Tag Surfer under “Joy.”

    The inspiration for this request comes from Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable, Centenary Edition, Revised, 1981, Harper and Row, Publishers, New York. This book has 187 “Dying Sayings,” and I’m sure living WordPress bloggers and blog readers can write no less inspiring self-composed epitaphs than the historically famous.

    Among the “Dying Sayings,” pp. 369-372, are the below fourteen entries plus my own:

    Newton: “I don’t know what I may seem to the world. But as to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.”

    Richard I: “Youth, I forgive thee!” (Said to Bertrand du Gourdon, who shot him with an arrow at Challus. Then, to his attendants, he added): “Take off his chains, give him 100 shillings, and let him go.”

    Augustus (to his friends): “Do you think I have played my part pretty well through the farce of life?”

    Beecher (Henry Ward): “Now comes the mystery.”

    Goethe: “Light, more light!”

    Hannibal: “Let us now relieve the Romans of their fears by the death of a feeble old man.”

    Jackson (“Stonewall“): “Let us pass over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees.”

    More (Sir Thomas): “See me safe up [i.e. on ascending the scaffold]; for my coming down, let me shift for myself.”

    Mozart: “You spoke of a refreshment, Emile; take my last notes, and let me hear once more my solace and delight.”

    Poe (Edgar Allan): “Lord, help my soul!”

    Roland (Madame; on her way to the guillotine): “O Liberty! What crimes are committed in thy name!”

    Saladin: “When I am buried, carry my winding-sheet on the point of a spear, and say these words: Behold the spoils which Saladin carries with him! Of all his victories, realms and riches, nothing remains to him but this.”

    Webster (Daniel): “Life, life! Death, death! How curious it is!”

    Wordsworth: “God bless you! Is that you, Dora?”

    Soaringdragons: “I have been waiting for this moment since my youth, and it is with extreme anticipation that I wait now.”

    Feel free to compose as many of your own “dying sayings” as you wish in comments. Please bear in mind that this blog is P.G. and contains 19,000 words, none of which are swear words. So, the rule is that if your response includes ‘swear words’ (my own private definition being the standard) I will either edit the response or delete it, my option.

    I hope everyone contributes. Cheers!

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