You can check out the link here: Gregg Braden – the Spirit-Tv Interview – Heart Math Institute And The 2012 Changes
Here is more from, Magenta Pixie: Jump to Immortality – Magenta Pixie interviews Free Spirit ( 5D New Earth – 21st December 2012 )
We, unaccustomed to courage
exiles from delight
live coiled in shells of loneliness
until love leaves its high holy temple
and comes into our sight
to liberate us into life.
and in its train come ecstasies
old memories of pleasure
ancient histories of pain.
Yet if we are bold,
love strikes away the chains of fear
from our souls.
We are weaned from our timidity
In the flush of love’s light
we dare be brave
And suddenly we see
that love costs all we are
and will ever be.
Yet it is only love
which sets us free.
Heather Nauta shares her vegan expertise. Here is the link: Top 10 Fun Benefits Of Eating A Plant Based Diet
I LOVE this dance track! Here is the link to the video: Michael Gray – Can’t Wait For The Weekend ft. Roll Deep
You can check out the link here: Abraham Hicks: Dogs Having Fun with the Fun Process!
This is the calmest music that I have ever heard from the legendary James Brown. You can check out the link here: Merry Christmas, Baby – James Brown
Although it would be a nice thing to peruse regular posts from you all on WordPress, I am not holding a figurative gun against your heads in order for you all to do so. I am leaving it upon everyone to post when they perceive it to be appropriate.
Promise me that you would not abandon your readers (There are those who haven’t posted a thing since August and I have a very strong suspicion that their WordPress accounts have been abandoned by their owners).
I will be checking up on you all and I have a feeling that you all would be checking up on me as well.
Blogging can be a sacrifice at times; however, it is always a worthy one to make.
Once you have associated yourself with people, you would know without a doubt that there are some of them who are good at pushing your proverbial buttons. It might me a colleague at work, a family member, or some stranger that you have encountered on the street.
The fact of the matter is: once we become agitated by the words or actions of others, it is a sign to us that we need to work on our composure; we need to master tranquillity.
Think about the numerous times when your anger got you into trouble (And I am sure that you can remember many instances when you lost your cool). Now, here are questions that I would present to you: Was it all called for? Was it necessary to have done the things — especially those things that got you into a whole lot of trouble? And, could you have handled the situation differently?
From experience, the best of decisions were made when my mind was clear and not when I am ill-tempered; it shouldn’t be hard to know that anger can influence outcomes negatively.
Thumbs up to the person who came up with the concept of Taking A Timeout. We need to walk away, or find a method to distract ourselves from such anger.
Breathing exercises, calm contemplation and meditation can help us acquire that tranquil state of mind.
I like looking at it this way: if I have allowed someone to steal my peace of mind, it means that I truly need to do some psychological and spiritual work on myself; when that happens it is always a great idea to thank that person silently or aloud for the revelation.