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Over the last few months I’ve been having additional health challenges with vertigo – a new thing for me – not just fleeting light-headedness, but full blown can’t-walk dizziness with nausea and vomiting, lasting for hours. Now I do realise that this isn’t the worse sort of challenge we can have, but it certainly isn’t pleasant and not something I would consciously welcome. Until last week the timing of these episodes has been noticeably kind to me, not falling during my working days and I’ve thought how difficult it would be if I had a severe bout at work – which is exactly wha
Thanks, Fred, for the link to this documentary.
I love the concepts of Random Acts of Kindness and Paying it Forward (I did have to explain to someone how this worked, saying he didn't need to pay me back, but instead consider paying it forward!) It amazes me just how easily we can all bring a moment of joy or magic into somebody else's life with just a little bit of thought. How cool it would be if we could have National Day of Kindness, and then why not just continue with it? With loving thoughts for a kinder world :-)
I hope everyone here is doing well.
I had been hearing about this book series about Anastasia called the Ringing Cedar Series. I have read just over halfway through the first book and am very excited. I was just wondering if anyone else has touched on this or tried any of the suggestions she has mentioned in the book.
Reiki seems to have a good reputation and following but I would describe my experience at best as very subtle in the physical dimension. It's difficult to sing the praises of Reiki when I have no personal experiential evidence of it having any effect at all, either on myself or others.
As part of my early efforts to become 'more spiritual' I undertook Reiki 'trainings' and workshops, having 3 attunements up to master practitioner level over around 18 months.
The first thing I read this morning was that Leonard Cohen has left this world. A master of music has taken his place in a more Angelic realm. I consider him genius. His music became more poignant as he aged, his voice rough - his words often tender. So I ask a blessing on his way and offer you these. In memoriam, Dear Mr. Cohen.
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