The World Desires You

The World Desires You

Jane Brunette, aka Flamingseed, suggests this game: Instead of being the one who does the desiring, imagine instead that everything desires you. Your morning coffee really wants you to taste it. The trees are yearning for you to notice the bright green of their leaves. The breeze wants you to enjoy it’s soft touch on your cheek. Even the ground under your shoes is waiting for you to notice the...

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Are you a Bridge between two worlds?

Are you a Bridge between two worlds?

I felt this article was worth sharing  but a bit long for the post so here is the link for Are you a Bridge Between Two Worlds by Christina Lavers Well worth the...

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The Only Strength Powerful Enough

The Only Strength Powerful Enough

We live in a time of “harvest,” when we are facing the reflection of our intentions, wanted and unwanted. Another way of saying this is that our denials are coming to the surface. This is happening for individuals and for our various social groups: families, communities, nations and humanity as a whole. In terms of healing, it is a good thing when toxins surface. It takes the wisdom...

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Repurposing Birthdays

Repurposing Birthdays

Celebrating the day you came into this world
 is fine But… Rather than ask How many years old am I or How many years do I have, Try Celebrating How many times you’ve told your partner,
husband,son,daughter, yourself… I love you! Make merry On the many times have you woken up And greeted the new day with Eager Anticipation! Have you excitedly counted the times When you’ve taken...

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Your Imagination

Your Imagination

Your imagination is the single most important asset you possess. It’s your power to create mental pictures of things that don’t exist yet and that you want to bring into being. It’s the magic wand you use to shape your future. And so in your own way, you are a prophet. You generate countless predictions every day. Your imagination is the source, tirelessly churning out images...

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On Imperfection

On Imperfection

“Imperfection also makes growth possible. Like it or not, the main way we learn is by falling flat on our face, just as we did when we first learned to walk. Our parents may tell us a million times not to touch that hot stove, but it’s only after we actually burn ourselves that we really understand why it’s not such a great idea. The learning opportunities provided by failure can actually...

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