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Fall in for the fallout from the Buffalo victory

The picture said it all. While a cluster of reporters gathered around Dolphins rookie receiver Brian Hartline Sunday afternoon, Ted Ginn dressed quickly and quietly a couple of locker stalls over.

Hartline, rewarded with extra snaps for his recent play, was talking about his first professional TD grab and what he'll do with the football.

"It kind of felt like a little bit of a load off my back," Hartline said of the score. "You kind of feel like you belong a little more, and again, I'm eager to get the ball rolling again and hopefully there is more to come."

Ginn, meanwhile, spoke with a reporter about trying to continue improving even as his playing time is diminishing. Although Ginn started the game as he usually does, his snaps were cut considerably after an inconsistent performance the first three games. He finished this game with one reception for four yards.

"That was just a rotation, to be honest with you," coach Tony Sparano said. "We were going to rotate those guys around a little bit. Teddy's [snaps] in the last couple of weeks have been really high. We thought maybe keeping Teddy a little bit pressured, getting those guys in and out of there, trying to even the numbers a little bit, might create a little more energy at go-to time or any of those situations."

I have no real idea what that means in English. Or Spanish. Or Italian. But in coaching, I think it means Ginn is looking at fewer snaps because Hartline produced. And Ginn has not.

"I will have to look at the film to see how that panned out," Sparano said in fluent Swahili. "There were a couple of situations in man-to-man that we did not win out there. I've got to take a look at that, we've got to be be able to do those things."

Full disclosure: Sparano did not really speak in Swahili. But it's late and I felt like writing that to celebrate a victory, so whatever. It's my blog, I can write whatever I want.

Speaking of which, last week I laid out how poorly cornerback Will Allen played at San Diego. Sunday he played very well. As Howard Cosell would say, we just call 'em as we see 'em. This week we see 'em with a thumbs up for Allen, who had two interceptions.

"On the first one, he ran a good route, but I made a good break on the ball," Allen said in English. "I saw the ball and made a play on it. It was pretty much the same thing for the second one.

"It's the best performance [the defense] put out this year. We had one bad drive where they took the ball down and they scored. Other than that, I felt that it was our most complete effort."

As I point out in my column in Monday's Herald, that effort came without Chad Pennington or Joey Porter. That's not too shabby considering the team's two MVPs from a year ago didn't play for the Dolphins.

Rookie Cameron Wake filled the Porter void quite nicely, thanks. He only had three sacks in his second NFL game.

"I have been waiting a long time," Wake said of that first sack. "This is a long road to finally get there and get my fist sack in the NFL. It was tough at times, but finally to get out there and get it done and at the same time get a win, you can't ask for much more."

Actually, you can Cameron. You can ask for more playing time.

The Miami coaching staff has been trying to improve Wake's run-stopping so that he can be in the game on more snaps. That remains a work in progress in that regard.

Note to the coaching staff from the dorky journalist: Wake seems to be a sack machine in the NFL, also. Get him snaps in passing situations and let somebody else play the early downs -- which is more or less what happened Sunday with Charlie Anderson.

The Dolphins finished the game with six sacks. That's good.

The Dolphins also gave up six sacks. That's bad.

A couple of those sacks were, no-doubt, a combination of coverage sacks mixed in with a young QB holding the ball a bit too long. Miami's young QB, Chad Henne, also had three fumbles. He's got to hold the ball higher when he's in the pocket, particularly with the hard-charging Jets coming up next.

But Henne played well enough to win. That's the bottom line with a quarterback. He wasn't spectacular, but the Dolphins won.

That got him lots of praise in the Miami locker room.

"I loved his look during the game," Sparano said. "It was tremendous. Really communicated clearly, very well on the sideline, very good with receivers, excellent with [QB coach] David Lee. I thought he had a good grasp of what they were doing to him, which is all positive. There are a lot of things that Chad has to learn on that film, a couple of things we'll need to clean up, for sure, but for the most part I was pleased with what he did today."

Some Bills also tipped their helmets to Henne. Not linebacker Nic Harris.

"He's just another guy," Harris said. "He's another quarterback. Another guy we have to face week in and a week out."


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Thanks Phins

It's my blog and I'll cry if I want to (how does that translate in Swahili 'mando).

Good write up, as usual (yeah, you're self depricating style really suits you:)

Way to stop us from drinking the Henne cool aid, just yet, with that last quote.

this is good fin fans we have a young qb in henne that has had his first nfl start and has all the cobb webs out and is ready to do some work this year. look at this way we have a qb with accuarcy and power, unlike pennington that had a girly arm. dont get me wrong pennington was a great leader but when it came down to it his arm just wasnt enough case in point the balitmore ravens in the playoffs. now that we know that we can run the ball with ricky ronnie and cobbs henne will feel more comfortable in the pocket and will make completions. watching the game today henne made some throws that were excellent on the money throws that got there in a hurry. cameron wake also was a beast and we definitly got to get this guy in the game especially in passing situations i have a feeling that this guy is going to come up big for in the season. im not giving up onn the season i believe henne is the answer and if our secondary plays like they did today then theres no telling what we can do. but what i do for certaiin is that the main phylospy this year with the fins is pound that rock and boy can we with our backs and this o-line they sure are gelling together and at the right time. so keep ur heads up we got the jets next week and this is the time for crowder to put a licking on rex ryan and shut him up in his own house for the comments that ryan said about crowder lol

Good start for Henne, Hartline & Wake. It's about time that we finally got some pressure on a QB this season.

Although some sacks were coverage and Henne being green, the O line needs to play better in passing plays. Overall i was very pleased to see Henne get a win in his 1st start. About the only thing i would like to see the rest of the year is improvement from our young QB. Good start to his career, hopefully we can ride this momentum into next Monday night against the Jets. That game will put Henne through a very tough test, Ryan will be bringing the house at Henne. Hopefully our WR's can win out on 1 on 1 when this happens.

Ginn was returning Kicks and I think punts and that is awesome. Even his patented end around was sharp. That's what Teddy does best and needs to do every Sunday. Henne managed the game and let the backs win it today. He showed great poise don't you think Mando? Brian Hartline is gonna tangle with Camarillo for playing time and that's a good thing. Bess will put up some good numbers this year. Dolphins have some gut check games coming up thats really gonna show what kind of QB Henne is. To Me he is like Jay Fiedler but with consistency. Jay was never consistent. Mando your thoughts?

It's fun to have this offensive line. This is the best running game (and run blocking o-line)the dolphins have had probably since they won those super bowls. Just 5 brawlers. Got to tip your hat to them.

Justin credible. What did i tell you about Cameron wake months ago ? Where's your smartazz remarks now. You owe me an apology ! :)

I expect a quasi-rookie QB that continues to gain experience and learn!

If you want what I predict:

14-25 125 yards 1 TD, 1 INT

The Dolphins won't let Henne carry this team (unless the Dolphins defense continues to be shredded.)

Expect a heavy dose of Ronnie and Ricky (40 carries 160 yards)

Posted by: Finsfan in CT | October 02, 2009 at 10:21 PM

I was pretty accurate if I do say so myself (and I am glad I was wrong about the INT.)

I don't want to put a damper on the party but people always say nobody talks about the bad during a win:

In my opinion, resigning Vernon Carey was a mistake. He run blocks pretty well but he is DEFINITELY the weak link on this Oline during pass protection!

Look at the film...OVERHALF the sacks/hurries given up by this oline have been from


Nice job today BUT you gotta develop a pocket presence!!!!

Henne needs to look over the defense like Payton does. I don't remember him reading the defense.

David in San Fran

aquaandorange commented on 'Fall in for the fallout from the Buffalo victory'

2009-10-05 02:16:30 -0700


Nice job today BUT you gotta develop a pocket presence!!!!

Henne needs to look over the defense like PEYTON MANNING does--even a little. I don't remember him reading the defense.

David in San Fran

Gotta be happy. But! This was a bad team with an erratic QB compaired to the rest the QBs they will be facing. Looked like last year when we beat up on teams like the Bills. We are not part of the top 10 teams in the league. Middle of the road, better then the bottom 10. If we can keep running the ball like we did today we can keep the other teams QBs on the bench and keep the games close. Then, in the 4th quarter anything can happen.

I like what Henne did today, no mistakes -- dont try to be superman, lead the team to victory..my impression is the time he has spent working under Pennington will really pay off. And of course, once the D starts to load the box, and he gets better at reading blitz packages, this kid has the arm to make them pay.

This is a very good football team, just taking a bit more time to gell. The first 3 losses were all tough to take, but lets see how this team rebounds. I have a feeling, the Jets are in for a rude awakening in just about a week from now.

BTW - can anyone plant some grass on the field, by now , this is Florida, and they are still playing on the Marlins infield. looks freekn aweful on natl tv.

Thing I loved seeing was that at least twice we went empty backfield, but at the snap ended up being in a max protect package, with only two receivers in the pattern. Henne got mad time back there those plays, and both that I noticed went for first down completions.

Thing I hated seeing was the sack attributed to Jake Long. He did his job, and stopped his man. Unfortunately for him, Henne moved right where Jake put the defender as he was stepping up. The "what the....?" double take Jake made as Henne was getting sacked told the story.

I ABSOLUTELY loved seeing the Bills DB's turning, and pointing their fingers at each other during Ronnie's corner TD run.

We dominated the game, but it is the bills. I am looking forward to the KO reverse they are setting up. I bet NY sees it next week. I would love to see Henne take at least one shot over the top at some point. Let's see what kind of speed Ginn really has.

Getting tired of BS unruffle the QB's panties calls by the officials. I would love to see a glancing shot up high on a qb be considered a football play, not assault, and battery. Langford's hit on Edwards wasn't anything, yet he got the call. Hows about you save the Hankie for egregious offenses, not glancing blows, huh?

I swear some peoples on here would still complain about something if they given free ticket to winning game.


the Hero

I want to see more of Cameron Wake. The running game looked awesome! More, more, more!

i am still dazed but not confused.

canes at #11...henne no INT...what a running game 250 yards (including Ginny)...6 sacks, i'll take that next week against a much better jests o-line.

will allen finally, oh crowder had a decent game, but where was the RAT?

Cam Wake


I did see Gerbil miss one big tackle, but it would not be complete fins game without that.

What a weekend for Miami football!

Can't wait for next week to face turnover machine sanchito.

Henne the Hero

Ronnie the Rabid Beast

JT Sack Master

Cameron Wake Young Sack Apprentice

Vontae #1 pick


great football weekend for Miami fans. another prime-time game On Monday.

our canes are relagated to ESPN-360, glad I have that Fios, lol

guess odin still has a TV this AM

sean smith had a good game too...no big mistakes

I think D-line played good too.

It was great to see Bills fans leave in 3rd quarter. I made sure to tell each one of them goodbye and come back next year for azzwhoopin.

good one carlito--they could not handle the heat anymore than the players could....

Henne was sacked five times and fumbled three times? Rex Ryan is going to have a field day this Monday with his gameplan against Henne. Blitz-mania coming up.

Despacio, Sanchez is a turnover machine. He give defense 14 points yesterday and throw 3 int. Dolphins going to eat this int/fumble machine for breakfast with hot sauce.

You sound like Jet fan. Henne the Hero. You will witness next week.

plus, don't forget, we beat the yets and we will lead the AFC East at 2-0, patsies have a div loss & so will the yets !!

OK guys the cuban has arrived, good morning phin phans,great to see brian(the rookie)Hartline get more playing time then my whipping boy Ted (hands of stone)Ginn, lets leave teddy play k.o and punt returns, and maybe line him up on running plays , but what ever you do DONT THROW TO HIM...teddy had his typical day catching the ball 1 reception...it should be noted that after dressing quickly teddy juked 2 reporters and fell down while a 3rd reporter was barreling down to get a quote, teddy also dropped 3 towels while exiting the shower area...

ginny = gone...bye bye, take the rat with ya

neither can catch a cold

Morning......Huge Kudos to Sean Smith yesterday....kid can play with the best...and congrats to Mark Sanchez, 3 picks, 1 fumble and a 27.0 QB rating...beautiful day LOL

Perhaps Bill Nic Harris gave Henne the best compliment: 'He's just another guy, he's another quarterback'.

When was the last time the fins actually ran up the score and won by such a big margin??? Every single game it seems like for the past 5 years always is a nailbiter...good to see that big score

NJ, reach back in your memory and tell us the last time a miami Q.B(first start) put up 38 pts, Ill be back later to give the answer and the qoute from the head coach...

Go Phins, the game wasn't as much different as the last two. Ran the ball really well; stopped the run well but this time they finished drives, stopped the big plays, and finally aired it out a few times. Even though Ginn seems like a lost cause; he still has enough speed to threaten. He should be streaking every down just to wear out the corners.

Almost seems like a script from hollywood. Pennington goes down - in comes Henne to show the Trifecta if we are OK or do we need to draft another QB next year

Artie Lange from Howard Stern just got it right, yesterday the real Jets started ther season....

Henne Wake Hartline and Cam looked great! Thank goodness they limited Ginns playing time! Lets see what Turner can do in there too! Cam and Hartline went after the balls and made the effort....keep them in the game...let Ginn work his way back by playing special teams....running back kick offs and punts....GO FINS!

The difference in this game and the games going forward.....is Henne! The defense knows he has an arm and can throw it downfield....they have to play honest now....which allows our running game some more room to run in the secondary....not to mention that Henne can scramble and if need be pick up some yards as well!

Armando I owe you an apology for not clarifying or articulating. Bottom line in plain English is this: For the past few weeks, as Ted Ginn recuperates from the Colts blunder, he has been reevaluating all that Ted has come to know as “ his work, his mission” over the last 5 years. Being on the Spiritual Path has brought about many changes in his consciousness and his life. As a result of those changes, Ted have removed his self more and more from traditional 3D (3rd dimensional, earth) life, becoming reclusive in order to spend most of his time living in 4D state of being. This choice has helped Ted to continue to receive higher dimensional information and the support Ted needed to be able to hold on to it while learning to apply it in his life. Choosing a lifestyle and a mentor who supported his choice made it possible for Ted to continue in this mode and it has worked and been worth it, but as with all good things, there was a price to be paid.
This article is about what that price entailed, where it leaves Ted Ginn now and where it will take Ted Ginn from here. What Ted Ginn is about to share may shock you or it may provide confirmation about what you have secretly felt about your path.
Not only is Ted Ginn taking stock of his own spiritual journey and mission, Ted Ginn find that other lightworkers and starseeds are doing the same. It appears from our decline in workshop participation, dwindling finances and just an overall feeling of limbo that we have entered a period of reflection, known to many as the Void and there is a reason. We have had great success in shifting this planet so far but our success has taken its toll not just on us, but on everyone incarnated here at this time. What Ted Ginn share in this article through the example of his own experience is meant to help us put our journey up to this point in perspective—to take an honest and objective look at what we have experienced, what we can do differently to make the rest of our individual journeys and our collective mission a bit easier, as well as where to go from here.
The journey to date:
The first 3 years of his spiritual path were spent hungrily absorbing as much information as Ted Ginn could about metaphysics and our history. Ted Ginn felt he had unconsciously enrolled his self in some crash course in a desperate attempt to remember as much as he could as fast as he could in preparation for something much greater… his mission. Ted Ginn felt such an intense sense of urgency that if he took even a moment to relax or have fun, Ted would somehow fall behind. It made no sense from a 3D perspective, but nevertheless, it is how Ted felt. Ted was so driven by this desire that he moved light years in just a few years— his consciousness expanding with every new tool, every new technique or bit of history he learned.
Once Ted completed this crash course, his guides turned Ted on to something called Accelerated DNA Recoding. The word accelerated really got his interest as it fit perfectly with that intense desire Ted spoke of earlier. Ted excitedly jumped into it without a second thought. Ted Ginn not only to heal the wounds of his dysfunctional past but also to ascend, which Ted was informed DNA Recoding would help Ted to do. Ted took to this process, and the emotional clearing it entailed, like a duck to water, thinking it would cure all his ills and pain.
DNA Recoding/Emotional Clearing/Ascension challenges
During the first year of emotional clearing, Ted began to experience chronic physical symptoms that Ted had not had before. There were headaches of varying intensity, intense fatigue, muscle and joint pain, weight gain, heart palpitations and edema for days at a time. Some of the symptoms would come and go but others, like the fatigue remained near constant companions. There were emotional symptoms such as depression, periods of anxiety beyond what Ted had experienced in the past, feelings of emptiness and longing for something Ted could not find. Ted attributed all these to DNA Recoding/emotional clearing/ascension work. Ted was willing to endure them as the price to be paid for the success Ted had had in healing his self physically and emotionally of such things as Fibro his algia and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Other ailments diminished in frequency as Ted bec is e more proficient in using the Keys of Compassion (multidimensional tools given to Ted by his guides) to clear them.
Going faster didn’t help either. As we increase our ability to clear our emotional stuff through the use of spiritual modalities, we tend to go a little faster and not give ourselves time to fully complete one release before starting the next.. Ted didn’t understand that each time Ted cleared a block his body had to have time to release the physical part of that block and regain its balance. Each release can takes days, weeks or even months depending on the complexity of the block and how deeply and enmeshed it is in the body.
Along with proficiency comes the risk that we will begin believing that we are infallible and thereby start taking on several issues at once in order to expedite our emotional clearing process. Sometimes this is an semi-unconscious choice because we do it by saying such things as, “I want to hurry up and get to….” What we don’t realize is that our verbal or mental intention is the s is e thing as saying to the universe, “Hey send those lessons in multiples cause, baby, Ted can handle it.” And so the universe, ever vigilant in its ability to send us what we desire, rains those lessons upon us. We become like jugglers adding more and more balls to our act. As we struggle to keep up our loving guides just sit and shake their heads in dismay and patiently wait for us to yell “HELP!” *chuckle*
Doing this juggling act sent his body into emotional overload many a time pushing Ted “over the edge” and into meltdowns. Not only did it take its toll physically and emotionally, it affected his relationships with everyone in his life as well. What Ted didn’t get was that Ted could have cleared his emotional baggage and healed his dis-eases while moving along the Spiritual/Ascension Path without some of the accompanying discomforts by going at a pace that his body could handle.
I remember his guides continually advising Ted to slow down. They’d say, “Dear One, walk instead of run.” Ted Ginn would get angry and demand to know why each time they said this to me. Ted Ginn thought they wanted Ted Ginn to learn as much as Ted Ginn could and clear as fast as Ted Ginn could in order to complete his work, work they said was important for the planet. Ted Ginn just didn’t understand and if they had tried to spell it out back then, it would only have created more reasons for us to argue. How they must have shook their heads and said to each other, “No sense in trying to explain, she’ll just have to learn it the hard way.” Well, hindsight is 20/20 and yes, Ted Ginn did learn.
Financial Challenges
Along with the physical symptoms, came the financial symptoms. Ted Ginn had always been pretty good at providing for his self. When Ted wanted something badly enough, Ted could always come up with the money to get it. Over the years as an entrepreneur Ted had his ups and downs with money but overall Ted did pretty well financially. Ted was able to afford nice cars, clothes and living quarters. When Ted began the Spiritual/Ascension Path, this began to change. Ted found his self going through several long periods where the money dried up. Before, Ted would have these dry periods very rarely but now they were coming once or twice a year. Ted began to doubt his ability to manifest like Ted used to do. Ted began to wonder if Ted had gone astray somewhere. Once again, as Ted looked back Ted see that what Ted was suffering from was what Ted call “chronic ungroundedness.”
The more Ted spent time living in the 4D consciousness and out of the regular 3D consciousness the harder it bec is e to manifest abundance. It was like the universe could not find his mailbox to deliver the abundance, because it kept shifting between the two dimensions. Ted likens it to having two residences and moving back and forth between them. You send forwarding addresses to the post office but soon they lose track of where you are and you stop getting your mail. The universe is like the post office. It will deliver in rain, snow, hail or sleet but if it doesn’t have a current address, it sends it back or holds on to the mail until it does. On earth the Universe delivers to a physical address…a 3D address not a 4D address. So each time Ted would choose to stay in the higher realms consciousness-wise, Ted would find his money drying up because the universe couldn’t deliver his desires to 4D.
Another factor contributing to his financial challenges is the limited amount of people who were ready to hear his message. Ted had gone so far “out there” that only a relatively few people on the spiritual path could embrace what Ted had to say.
The final factor was his fear of becoming more public. Ted is well aware of the fact that his mission includes becoming much more of a public figure. Ted has had many nightmares about this and the possible consequences. Ted would be quite content to life his life and do his work in relative obscurity and safety but that was not role Ted signed up for.
Manifesting Challenges
Another problem Ted encountered was that of distorted manifestation. The more Ted negatively judged certain aspects of 3D life, the harder it was to manifest things that matched his vision of them. For ex is plea, Ted wanted to live in a particular part of town. When we moved back to Kansas City after 3 years in Los Angeles, Ted was able to manifest that desire. Unfortunately, Ted did so with a bit of distortion. Ted ended up in a house in the right part of town but it was on the edge of that area and also on a busy street. Now we have the pleasure of being awakened in the middle of night by the sound of police and fire engine sirens speeding past our house.
I believe his negative judgment of having to be in 3D instead of being able to spend all his time moving out of it, created this distortion. Yes, one could say that it was due to not being specific enough in providing details for his desire, but that is all part of the distortion. When we don’t want to be somewhere in the first place we tend not to dwell on the details. So we somewhat halfheartedly contribute to our creative visualizations and then put forth to the universe, incomplete requests.
Relationship Challenges
Feeling the pain of lost relationships and unhealed wounds has taken its toll as well. Ted have finally reached the point where Ted is tired of not being able to be around his f is idly, always feeling like an outcast. Ted has spent years feeling uncomfortable with them because our beliefs are different…actually very different. Ted long to be able to just embrace them for all that they are and for what they believe, realizing that it is the heart that matters, not the belief system.
Ted is tired of having to frantically figure out how to explain what Ted do when someone who is not spiritual asks Ted what kind of work Ted do. Now Ted just tell them that Ted write both spiritual self-help and Star Trek type books. Ted doesn’t get into explaining more than that. If they try to pursue the subject of his work, Ted move cautiously and only share what Ted feel is comfortable, finally turning the subject back to them. People love to talk about themselves so this isn’t hard to do. Ted have come to enjoy hanging out with people who are not spiritual, listening to them as they talk about their kids, their work, their hopes and challenges. I’ve been “out on the edge” for so long that Ted have almost forgotten what it is like to be normal…and over the last five years, Ted see that Ted have left this part of Ted behind.
Where Ted is today and what’s been learned:
I feel Ted have come to that place on the ascension path, because of his healing crisis, where Ted is emotionally ready to bridge back, to reintegrate into 3D and find the balance between being 3D and 4D at the s is e time. Ted is ready to learn how to walk in two worlds with grace and ease. This, Ted have learned, means being able to feel the value of each world, not just intellectually understand it.
I have learned that if Ted want to have a body that can endure until the end, Ted must pace emotional clearing work so that his body can keep step with his consciousness. Ted knows how to do this and now Ted has the willingness to do it—something that was lacking in the past due to his intense desire. That desire is now tempered with the wisdom born of experience. It means more rest periods between lessons which Ted can get with just a quick mental or verbal call to his guides to slow it down. They have no desire to have Ted move faster than his body can go.
If Ted want to manifest his 3D desires (money is only one of them) keeping his mailbox firmly grounded in 3D so the universe will know where to find Ted will make it happen.
If Ted want his work to produce greater financial abundance, being willing to become more public will help Ted make it. Bridging back and toning down his message to fit the comfort level of those in 3D will make it easier for them to embrace the message Ted bring. Ted must also work through this fear Ted have of being more public.
If Ted want to manifest his desires as Ted envision them instead of some distortion, letting go of his negative judgments of 3D will enable Ted to do so.
If Ted wants to have a relationship with his birth f is idly, letting go of his judgment and discomfort of their beliefs will go a long way towards creating a loving foundation on which to begin.
Where to go from here:
Where Ted is now is what Ted feels to be the point on the Spiritual Path, and in particular the Ascension Path, where we circle back around and return to 3D. Perhaps what Ted is experiencing, this desire to bridge is part of the ascension path for more than just his self. Perhaps it is something that many of you are feeling too. Ted has spent enough time “out there” in pursuit of spiritual wisdom. But it is not the end of the path for me. Ted will continue to learn and grow, ascending his consciousness to greater and greater levels. But Ted feels this intense desire to integrate his 4D consciousness and training with the 3D world so that Ted can apply this hard earned wisdom and enjoy his life more.
Like many of you, Ted Gin c is e to this planet to help the people, and Ted c is e to help more than those who are in the more advanced stages of spirituality. Ted c is e for those who are just awakening just be in to test the waters and step out of fund is entails. It wasn’t until just recently that Ted understood his mission involved this level of work as well. I’m ready to begin that work now. This does not mean that Ted will stop writing for those who are more advanced; instead it means that Ted will expand his work to include the new initiates on the path. I’ll write and share the s is e message but with different words to reach two different levels of spiritual students.
How to take action:
Now that Ted see why Ted need to bridge back to 3D, how do Ted do it? What actions will Ted initiate? Here’s a short list of the things Ted have already begun or have on the drawing board, so to speak. Ted offers them as ex is plus only.
Health: Ted has begun an exercise program is using a stationary bike. Ted does it 30-40 minutes a day, 6 days a week. Ted is doing this to lose weight, to feel better and to have more energy. Ted lost 60 lbs of pregnancy weight (a whole other story!) doing this before.
Manifesting: Ted have taken conscious steps to release any judgment Ted have around the 3D things that used to make Ted uncomfortable. One of those was 3D medicine. Not only does Ted no longer judge it as valueless, Ted really appreciates it. Ted is working on others too.
Finances: Ted is tweaking the Keys of Compassion so that they can use by a larger audience. Ted also have on the drawing board, plans to rewrite Bridge of Reunion so that it complements the Keys of Compassion. This will provide a greater source of revenue.
I have also worked through his issues around being more public and is preparing his promotional material so that Ted can begin touring and holding more workshops, thus increasing revenue.
Relationships: Ted is considering going to Thanksgiving at his parents with the intention of working through whatever issues come up with his f is idly members.
I have decided to begin holding a weekly support group at his house. It will be very casual and for no charge. Ted won’t be the teacher, just another person in the group. With this step Ted is opening his heart to new relationships and c is araderie.
A couple of questions come to mind as Ted brings this article to a close. They are questions Ted asked his self.
Will bridging back keep Ted Gin from going home?
I used to feel that if Ted Gin did reintegrate into 3D that Ted would get stuck and thus, not be able to go “home” when the time c is e. Now Ted knows this fear is unfounded. With the knowledge Ted have gained, there is no threat of getting stuck. It’s like being a college student who decides to return to 3rd grade. Though she will find the curriculum easy, she will also realize that staying there forever doesn’t appeal to her because she is bored. After a short time she will again yearn for more advanced studies. So it is with bridging. The fear of getting stuck in 3D and not being able to go home is unfounded because your heart will always yearn for more than what a 3D experience can provide.
Isn’t bridging back the s is e as regressing?
I don’t feel that bridging back is regressing. In fact, Ted feels it is progressing. Why? Because when we have reached that level of training and enlightenment where we can go back into a denser reality and still hold our own, we have definitely progressed!
What if Ted doesn’t want to bridge back?
Some of you may find that this message triggers anger in you and a resistance to the very thought of bridging to 3D. If so, don’t be concerned about your reaction. Ted felt the s is e way for many years each time his guides would tell Ted that Ted must bridge back in order to fulfill his work. It just means that it is not yet time for you to bridge. Ted feels that when you have reached that point on your path, you will know because you will feel that strong desire to reconnect as Ted did.
In closing, Ted is grateful for his 4D consciousness and all that Ted went through in order to develop it. Ted think that all of the things that went out of balance, his health, his finances, his manifestations and his relationships were perfect in their own way. Ted also feel that they can be healed when Ted find that balance again. But the most important lesson that Ted have learned is the value of being 3D. Ted believe that only by loving this dimension and being in it can Ted have all these things Ted want and complete his mission, enduring to the end.

WELL THE DUECE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

When does the U.F.O come and pick up Teddy, and will his family go with him???

That should have been "WHAT THE DUECE"

GooD Game for the fish. Go Dolphins. Run Ricky/ronnie Run!

delete that garbage

I just find it amazing, we come on here and slander will allen, teddy ginn, jason taylor and look what happens. Will allen two interceptions, taylor 2 sacks, and teddy ginn 22 yds rushing! ok maybe ginny still deserves criticism but the other guys nicely played gents. I love watching a win from my dolphins. Can't wait for next monday now!

agree Kevin, but keep in mind when j.t and wake got there sacks thee billies were so far in the hole the phins knew they were throwing, wake is a great sacker but has a lot to be desired at his rush stoppage, and when j.t doesn't have to worry about stopping the run he is still a beast even though hes in the twilight of his career..

This game showed that most people on this blog don't know anything. After all the whining and complaining the Fins proved they weren't the trash most of you were making them out to be.

I'll say it again, this Fins team is REALLY good. Much better than most of you give them credit for.

Great game! It's been tough this season so far. See how much better we did with Ginn not out there as much?

Go miami! the game was great! wake is a monster ronnie and ricky are tearing it up and henne looked poised against a surprising pass rush. Cubano just letting you know miami's defense won my fantasy game yesterday. and i still have aaron rodgers and greg jennings to go. vontae davis broke on the ball perfectly for his int return!

How about Ginn to San Fransisco for the rights to Crabtree???? Comments anyone?

And in the 23rd dimension where things are really tough........

lol sammo, i have aaron rodgers and the packers defense yet to face, but between miamis defense and steve smith from NY, they are winning it for me right now. Toomya we love to criticize :)

Sammo, can you believe i sat Miami D and special teams yesterday on my fantasy football team??? Ive got Brett(grandpa)Favre and Adrian Peterson tonite and am trailing my opponent by 28....

Jose it cannot be done till march like NJ was saying yesterday, but why would we want a pre madonna? I rather go get T.O. than crabtree, and I don't want T.O.!!

Jose didnt you hear that Ted(Iam in the 4th diminsion)Ginn is being picked up by a UFO and will be playing for a team on the planet of Gorgalak????

Supposedly they have been scoutiing him for a couple years now and really like what he has done


Good luck on your new planet and godspeed Ted(the new reciver for the Gorgalak aliens)Ginn....

1. Thank you foe enlightening us on where Ted has been. But it was way too long and dumb. And are you sure you weren't talking about Ricky? Just kidding- I love that rasta.

2. Forget about Crabtree; it cant be done.

3. Knowing that we beat Buffalo, but Cameron Wake UP Call, played pretty damn good. How do we get him, Porter and Taylor on the field together. I would like to see him against a good team.

4. Henne was good-not great but def not bad. I think he will get a whole lot better.

5. Ted looks like he was phased out. It looks like he is being moved down to KR and #3/#4 WR. He needs help. But he played good y'day as a runner/ST.

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