Archive for Healing & Thriving

Mar
17

The Sacred Path

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Deep Desire is Calling You …
will you answer?

 

You know it well, although it feels like it’s not clear at times. It’s likely that of most of your life you were given to understand by those important to you that Your desire really doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things …

Yet it does …

Awaken from that slumber of conditioning, allow your deepest desire to emerge from your shadows, and learn to walk on the Sacred Path of Your Enlightenment … The world needs you … Come … You are Loved …

Jul
10

Smoked Salmon without the Bagel

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salmon and saladHappy food, gluten free!
We know that responsibly sources organic salmon is good for us with all the needful Omega 3’s, so here we have the salmon sitting on a base of organic cheese (blend some goats cheese with a little blue cheese … or if this is too strong for you, experiment with organic cream cheese and cottage cheese.) You may have a farmers market near you. It’s worth finding a good source, such as Able & Cole or Riverford Organic Farms, if you don’t have shops near you that support local farmers.
Then crown the salmon with your favourite salad leaves and zest them up up with a handful of pungent micro greens … oh yes, sprinkle on some toasted black sesame seeds, nigella seeds. Enjoy!

I invite you to try our an essential oil blend which cab help to revitalise, uplift, strengthen, and restore mental alertness. When it comes to the typical afternoon slump I tend to reach for the coffee, so give this blend a try, it worked for me beautifully, I was pleasantly surprised. Currently I have it on me as well, and indeed no need for coffee. I find it is both energizing as well as calming … the energy lift without any hyper adrenaline affect. I suppose the addition of the Balsam Fir gives it this tranquil element of relaxed alertness.
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May
24

Hoʻoponopono

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Hoʻoponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) means to make right. It's an ancient Hawaiian healing practice of forgiveness.
Click on the sound button to listen to the "Forgive Me" song by Jennifer Salima Holt

Song by Jennifer Salima Holt

E KALA MAI IA 'U = (I'm Sorry, Please Forgive Me)
MAHALO NUI LOA = (Thank You Greatly)
ALOHA NO WAU IA 'OE = (Aloha To You, "I Love You")

The heart of Hoʻoponopono is taking full responsibility for every emotion and feeling in your life. This is empowering because it means that you don’t have to change another person, it’s an inside job anyone can do. It feels empowering as you are then no longer the victim in any shape of form! It frees you to resolve your problems. You are totally responsible for your own responses to life, for what you perceive to be your reality.

It’s so easy to repeat those four phrases:

I’m sorry
Please forgive me
Thank you
I love you

So, whatever you might be feeling about a situation or another person, such as rage, anger, frustration, helplessness, sadness, or any other negative emotions, understand that these are your own emotions and have nothing to do with the situation upsetting you, or the other person being the perpetrator. All you do is 100% own your feelings, your own reaction, triggered often by the various filters we built up in our subconscious over the years.

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Apr
18

Healing power of drumming

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According to current medical research, stress is a cause of 98% of all disease. Not only heart attacks, strokes, immune system breakdowns, but every disease known, with the exception of two viruses, has now been linked to stress. Recent biofeedback studies show that drumming along with our own heartbeats for 15 minutes alters brainwave patterns (increasing alpha) and dramatically reduces stress. So drumming actually "meditates" us!

Enjoy the awesome drum solo by David Haynes

“We need 4 hugs a day for survival.
We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance.
We need 12 hugs a day for growth”

—Virginia Satir, family therapist

 

“It’s the sense of touch. In any real city, you walk, you know? You brush past people, people bump into you. In L.A., nobody touches you. We’re always behind this metal and glass. I think we miss that touch so much, that we crash into each other, just so we can feel something ..”
– from the movie “Crash”

The lack of touch in our lives is detrimental to our well-being!
Hugging is the best antidepressant … it’s healing comforting and nourishing; it’s stress-relieving, even when they come from complete strangers …

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~ Psalm 1:3

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