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Saturday, August 3, 2013

Life: The Great Adventure

Why does creating things you desire seem difficult compared to the occurrence of things you do not desire?

1.      The unobserved thoughts are still creating. When we observe things that are unwanted, and they create an uncontrolled reaction and emotion, that focus is creating. Whether we are aware of it or not, it is happening.

2.      Unaware beliefs of not being deserving sabotage our desires. Believing that regrets and the past have an impact on our present is a fabrication of our minds. It is not reality. Regardless, we are deserving at all times.

3.      Accepting that we create our reality is daunting. Voltaire said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” To take charge of our experience requires practice and perseverance. 

All of this is the adventure that is life. Whether we exercise our power or not, there is much to be learned and experienced.

5 Sensory vs. 6 Sensory Behavior

5 sensory behavior and 6 sensory behavior experience the world in profoundly different ways. 5 sensory behavior follows ego/separated based law, “which can be summarized quite simply as me against you, and you scare me”. 6 sensory behavior follows a consciousness/connected based view of the world. This behavior looks “at” life and “feels” it. 

When we become aware that “the Universe is perfectly organized energetically”, we know that everyone in and around us is there for a reason. 6 sensory behavior asks the questions, “Why are we here together in this moment?”, “What do we have to learn from each other?”, or “What can we create together?”

~concept from, Trust Your Vibes, by Sonia Choquette, shared/excerpted by heartsdeesire, at Simply Blessed http://simplyblessed.heartsdeesire.com/2013/08/02/spiritual-law/

Friday, August 2, 2013

Quotes and health tip of the day... 8/2/13

The place to improve the world is first 
in one's own heart and head and hands, 
and then work outward from there.
     ~ Robert M. Pirsig

This above all: to thine own self be true, 
And it must follow, as the night the day, 
Thou canst not then be false to any man. 
     ~ William Shakespeare

“A person who sees Quality and feels it 
as he works is a person who cares. 
A person who cares about 
what he sees and does is a person 
who's bound to have 
some characteristics of Quality” 
     ~ Robert M. Pirsig

Health Tip:  Natural Remedy for Lice: 
Use approx 1/4 cup of olive oil (more if you have long or thick hair) add approx 10 to 15 drops of pure tea tree oil. Mix, then saturate your head and hair with the mixture. Seal your head with a plastic bag and clip and leave on for 30 minutes to an 1 hour, depending on thickness and amount of hair.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Problem? No problem!

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity 
in every difficulty.” ― Winston Churchill

We are here to discover; to discover what has already been created.

Problem solving is the path to discovery. There would be no problem solving, no discoveries, without problems. Knowing that everything has already been created, we can embrace the problems with anticipation of the solution that is already there. It makes life interesting. It is the adventure that we are all here for.


Quotes and health tip of the day... 8/1/13

I learned that good judgment 
comes from experience 
and that experience grows out of mistakes. 
     ~ Omar Bradley 

The power of our beliefs 
can work in either direction 
to become life affirming or life denying.
     ~ Gregg Braden

Imagination is the secret reservoir 
of the human race. 
     ~ Maude Frandsen

Health Tip:  All Natural Ear Infection Remedy- Take an onion and cut it in half. Place in the microwave for around a minute (watch for when it has softened and the juices are coming out). Once it is juicy and soft, place in a paper towel or rag and hold under the infected ear. The onion vapor will go in the ear and kill off the infection. It really only takes one shot if the ear is held over it for 15-20 minutes, but a second dose later on doesn't hurt either.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

What could be more fair?


What could be more fair 
than our beliefs, thoughts, feelings, focus, and imaginations being in charge of our experience, and that there couldn't possibly be just one life that drives this experience?


Assume the Observer


Assume the OBSERVER
Observe yourself
your emotions
your reactions
with humor
and parental love


Quotes and health tip of the day... 7/31/13

The more you love 
the least deserving on your list, 
the more your life will change.
     ~ Mike Dooley

Forgiveness is the act of admitting 
we are like other people. 
     ~ Christina Baldwin

Strengthen me by sympathizing 
with my strengths, not my weakness. 
     ~ Amos Bronson Alcott

Health Tip: Study: Turmeric more Effective than Prozac at Treating Depression http://naturalsociety.com/turmeric-more-effective-prozac-treating-depression/

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Quotes and health tip of the day... 7/30/13

Keeping your body healthy 
is an expression of gratitude.
     ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Do we speak of health,
or do we speak of illness?
Where is our focus?
Focus is a powerful drawing force.

The mind is powerful, and you have
more control than you think.
     ~ Scott D. Lewis

Health Tip:
The Health Benefits of Vinegar: Real or Imagined?
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/health-benefits-vinegar-real-or-imagined

Monday, July 29, 2013

Quotes and health tip of the day... 7/29/13

Feelings of envy, hatred and jealousy 
towards another are reflections 
of our own self-loathing. 
Learn to love the self.
     ~ Ivan Kelly 

Life is more enjoyable and empowering 
when we are reminded of what we are 
capable rather than our failings.
     ~ Ivan Kelly

Be mindful..
of others
of your surroundings
of your intentions
of the footprint 
that each step creates.
     ~ The Quiet Rabbit

Health Tip:
Miracle Cure for Gout and Arthritis Pain? Six Cherries a Day
http://www.naturalnews.com/026091_cherries_gout.html#ixzz2aHwMhuWo