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Loss for words…

I have been at a loss for words lately. Well not really, I have written many, and have many posts, and poems, and songs started, I just haven’t been able to put the finishing touches on any of them yet. 2016 has been a challenge so far, and full of loss. I have been spending alot of time in solitude, and with my dog, feeling my way through a lot of emotions. I have been reading a lot too. I decided to share this post with you because this describes a lot of how the last 4 years of my life have felt. Maybe you have experienced the same type of thing, and wonder what it is you are experiencing. Maybe this will give you some clarity. ~ ❤ and light p4th3tic

http://www.amandalinettemeder.com/blog/31-signs-and-symptoms-of-a-spiritual-awakening

I Am Not What Happened to Me. I Am What I Chose to Become – Carl Jung

People generally do not like the word choice because if things are a choice rather than a circumstance, there are no excuses for things, or places to lay blame. Even Adam when asked where he got the apple said ‘The woman who thou gavest to be with me, she gave me fruit of the tree, and I ate.’ I believe when you can honestly see that life is all your choice no matter the circumstance, your spirit is awakening. As this awakening happens your awareness for acknowledging that you can change ANY circumstance with something so simple as a choice is an unbelievably freeing feeling.

Source: I Am Not What Happened to Me. I Am What I Chose to Become – Carl Jung

Tools for Empaths

This was the perfect read for my disconnecting/reconnecting weekend. Overwhelm is exactly what I have been feeling lately. It blows me away that simple words can put things back in perfect perspective so simply. I hope it helps you too. Creating time today, alone nature time tomorrow. A happy productive weekend to you all. Love and light in abundance! ❤ p4th3tic

Serene Reflection

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The requests for guidance with managing waves of emotions and sometimes inexplicable overwhelm have been rising in recent times.  Energetically sensitive people feel affected by the collective energies and with all the calamities and changes in the collective and at individual levels, there is often turbulence in the air.  I have been sharing these tips in private and decided to share them here for the benefit of those who are looking for this material.

I understand that some of this may make no sense to a large amount of the population and may also provoke my Advaita – inclined friends to remind me of the value of ‘not doing’ and being.  I hold argument with neither and will not be responding to any comments along this line. I believe the most pragmatic thing possible is to be honest about where you are located on your spiritual journey.  So if you need…

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Genes and Addiction by Lisa Ann Catano

Meditation, visualisation and hypnotherapy are all strong repertoires for holistic health and vitality. In an online article by the Huffington post, it professors remarkable benefits earned by the practice of meditation! Study illustrates that meditation can diminish all kinds of physical diseases and psychological disorders. The immune system, blood pressure, pain response, stress hormone levels and even cellular health, can all be improved. Psychologically meditation reduces depression and anxiety disorders, ADHD, bi polar disorder, addiction and eating disorders among others.

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Dr Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist who was at the University of Wisconsin cloning human muscle cells, is best known for challenging the existing belief which purports that the human body is controlled by genes. In his video The Biology of Perception, he demonstrates to the audience using basic science combined with research material from his experiments on stem cells dating back to 1967, that contrary to belief perception controls biology.  Dr Lipton explains and I summarise:

In one of his experiments a stem cell was isolated and put into a petri dish (a cell-culture dish) where it divided every ten hours. The cells were then split up into three groups and placed into separate petri dishes. In each of the three dishes the growth medium was changed which is the constituents of the environment. Surprisingly in the first dish the cells formed bone, in the second dish…

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