My name is Ann Marie Skordy and I’ve been a traveler all of my adult life. I’ve lived in (and been kicked out of) the Caribbean, Japan, Guam, Bali, British Columbia and worked as a stewardess on private yachts and cruise ships, as well as at some other very interesting “jobs”. I also published a neat little children’s book in 2010 called Start with Your Heart. I’ve had the wonderful privilege of seeing a big part of the world and living a new life over and over because of my choices.
In 2014, at the advice of an incredibly talented intuitive woman named Sonia, I started meditating which turned out to be a game changer for me. I began channeling immediately, although I had no clue that’s what was happening at the time. I figured my gig was standard for everyone who meditated and totally got why people did it—it was cool! The “voice that isn’t a voice” spoke and said really great and helpful things! It wasn’t until much later, after multiple far out experiences, encounters and seriously questioning my sanity, that I realized not everyone was on the same program and the ability to “hear” is a gift.
It’s taken me a long time to reach this point where I’m comfortable sharing these communications and it’s Project Aura that’s given me the courage. My friend Luke suggested I start a blog so I could share on a larger scale and when he said it I didn’t even know what a blog was, but it sounded “right” and I’m giving it a shot.
The information I’ve received during meditation over the years has helped me tremendously in my personal life in regards to understanding myself and others. It’s opened my mind to an entire different reality than the one I once knew and while most of the time I think of it as a blessing, sometimes it can also feel like a curse. Because once you start this process, it’s impossible to turn back.
When I was younger people used to always tell me how brave I was, charging around the world, living like a gypsy by the seat of my pants. But when you’re not scared, life has absolutely nothing to do with bravery, nothing at all to do with courage. Now this, this right here, takes courage because it scares the daylights out of me to put myself out here. However the alternative–doing nothing, pretending this isn’t happening and withholding this knowledge and experience from everyone–isn’t really an option for me anymore. It’s come way too far to ignore and I understand it’s up to me to share this, come what may.
They say life is a journey. This is true. But there are no words to express the magnitude of this journey once the real exploration has begun.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. I hope it helps.
“Not all those who wander are lost.”– J.R.R. Tolkien