I invite you to go into the image, go into your garden, listen to the beautiful music, and enter that place of magic. Create your fairy dust by breathing as a power plant. The 4 Point breath is a super generator. 1) Inhale through your nose, to say 6 to 8 counts, deep into the diaphragm, 2) hold the breath for the same 6 to 8 count, 3) release the breath from your mouth, to a 6 to 8 count. 4) NOW, hold the empty space for the 6 to 8 count, inhale through the nostrils at the same rate of 6 to 8 count, and repeat. You can tell when you have repeated the cycle enough times, start with 3, and see how it feels. It causes your cells to just vibrate. This is a breathing exercise so do as your health permits.
More on me later~~~ Go dream, breathe.
Magical Mystical Moonbeams all~
Healing love to Linda
Hey everybody. How are you all doing? Please tell me I do want to know. Life just gets curiouser, and curiouser doesn’t it? All is well, and I have so many blessings to count, and I enjoy doing it. Did we just go through a portal, or magic mirror? Somehow that is how I feel. As with many, many of us, especially people my generation, I was really set into melancholy, and nostalgia yesterday morning when I heard of David Bowie’s transition. Whilst taking that Bowie Bus down Memory Lane, simultaneously researching my Saturn Return, (my face in an expression of displeasure) lol not really but how did that sneak up on me like that. It’s Retrospective 😉 I mean Saturn? Really? Didn’t I just rejoice awhile back when it left Scorpio? lol I know that Saturn Return is not the same, but dang, Saturn So Serious. So there was a lot of somber reflection, and some really happy memories of the 80’s, again. My first Saturn Return would have been 1986. Perhaps that is why the 80’s are popping up for me? Or maybe because they were just so much fun! I like fun. FUN is GOOD. FUN is a GREAT word.
Astrologers any corrections, or info you feel like sharing please do. I have my chart from astrodienst.com, I did about 9 months ago but they don’t seem to do free natal charts anymore. I went to Cafe Astrology.com and found their Natal Chart Report pretty right on the money. It was only off in a couple places. If you knew me, and read it, you would be shaking your head in agreement. Very revealing. However I am a really good investigator, and researcher I do not wish to be a cop.
It was very sobering to read about my second Saturn Return, contemplating whether you lived your life, or wasted it, basically, making you face your mortality. (One aspect of my chart says I exaggerate, and I do) However, I think I am alright. I finally got on track some years back when I left LA. So if your approaching it, get your stuff handled. lol I told my sister she would be good to go, as she is clearing her path diligently.
Last Thursday my sister and I were planning on attending meditation, but the whether was bad, so we decided to meditate at home. I have a “Go To” Doreen Virtue meditation, that I have shared here before, but it keeps getting taken down by YouTube, as she isn’t the subscriber posting……anyways, it wasn’t there. Second option is Deepak Chopra’s, Secret of Healing, but I forgot that was on YouTube as well and got the cd. The cd would not play on my computer (Blast you Mercury Retrograde) so I go fetch the cd player, having abandoned in dismay my laptop. Finally we settle in all comfy cozy for meditation. I do so love that DV meditation with the angels, so I appealed to them to do the work they do in that meditation whilst I settled down to listen to Deepak. I thought, “I wonder if I can connect with Jeanette, and our meditation group?” Immediately I see brilliant images of myself, Jeanette and others flying on the backs of iridescent dragons, shooting forth beams of purples, emerald greens, cobalt blue, and all manner of radiant color beams of light, as we spiral towards a sun (?) As we reached the light we exploded in transformation and we were on the backs of gigantic butterflies, and millions of smaller butterflies were all around. Then I feel movement through the cosmos among the stars being guided by Archangel Michael, and a Golden Christ Beam (?) I see three golden arches that form a circle, as you enter you are in a portal, I hear, “This is the Christic Karmic Clock, (has nice alliteration) and the floor is a swirling golden vortex. They told me that all karma could just be dropped into the vortex. At this juncture I was just, gobsmacked is the only word I can think to use. Is this feasible, I suppose it is just the equivalent to Christian forgiveness. That was a cool experience for me, and it got cooler, when Jeanette St. Germain, shared what they had experienced, I was confirmed.
Also shout out and Happy Birthday to litebeing chronicles, she just turned 3 on 1/11. The blogs owner, Linda, is a very good astrologer and sister Scorpio, that can help you navigate your natal chart. Please avail yourself of her services.
Much love friends
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Hey everybody! Is everyone enjoying there Word Press Annual Report, “2015 In Blogging,” so much fun to track our work as bloggers, or should I say pleasure? For indeed it is my great pleasure to blog, and to be blogging here at Word Press with you peeps ❤
Indeed Ms. Mary, at Walking My Path, took the Top Commentor prize. Thanks Mary, and also, thanks everyone for sharing and caring.
Here is a bit of my Annual Report
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 35,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 13 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
There were 299 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 76 MB. That’s about 6 pictures per week.
The busiest day of the year was December 23rd with 348 views. The most popular post that day was Christmas Full Moon.
Mary – Walking My Path – 120
Sue – Dreamwalker’s Sanctuary – 99
Linda – Litebeing Chronicles – 72
om – eyes Of Odysseus – 69
Sammi – Sammi Cox Writer – 53
Thank you ladies 😀 Love you all.
Mary need you to email me an address to ship to.
Sammi please forgive my failure getting stories posted in challenge.
The essay, “Nature,” by Ralph Waldo Emerson, is biblical in its transcendental scope. “Nature” espouses numerous grand philosophical ideas in its narrative, however the theme is simple, self-awareness, and consciousness, via unity with nature. The essay begins with, and ends with mankind’s lack of gratitude for the awesomeness that is nature and consciousness. Being in awareness of its majesty as the stars in the sky, “. . . If the stars should appear one night in a thousand years, how would man believe and adore. . .” The transparent eyeball, becoming one with nature, the observer is the observed. Nature is a reflection of man’s consciousness.
“Nature,” pretty much sums up, and speaks to my spiritual beliefs, many of the philosophies, and concepts therein are known to me. Emerson eloquently illustrates that nature offers a key to self-awareness, to consciousness, and unity with the oneness, or god.
In this series I am going to explore with you this seminal “Transcendentalist” work. Let’s eat dessert first. In other words I am starting on the last chapter.
By: Ralph Waldo Emerson
Chapter 8 Prospects
As stated above, “Nature” opens and ends with the idea that mankind takes nature for granted. Let us note that “nature” represents everything, the oneness, and not literally nature, although it is used allegorically. In this chapter as Emerson explores the prospects of his thought, he takes his aim at Science, ” Empirical science is apt to cloud the sight, and, by the very knowledge of functions and processes, to bereave the student of the manly contemplation of the whole.” Emerson ascertains that to know quantifiable facts will not lead man to truth of existence, “. . . that a dream may let us deeper into the secret of nature than a hundred concerted experiments.”
An excerpt from the poem, “Man” by George Herbert, is used to make a point here. For space sake I have linked the entire poem but, Emerson starts with, “Man is all symmetry,” I am including the next to last stanza:
More servants wait on man
Than he’ll take notice of; in ev’ry path
He treads down that which doth befriend him,
When sickness makes him pale and wan.
Oh mighty love! Man is one world, and hath
Another to attend him.
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In this regard Emerson quotes Plato, (which is actually Aristotle…oops Ralph) “poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history.” That poetry an artistic reflection of nature brings one closer to oneness than facts. Then Emerson quotes himself, but hey, it’s good, “The foundations of man are not in matter but in spirit . . . But who can set limits to the remedial force of spirit?” What follows is my favorite quote, “A man is a god in ruins.” In unity with nature, will all of creation, when we merge our consciousness in the stillness of the moment we are gods, however in a state of amnesia, a state of distraction, and immersion in the material we lose our creative force.
In concluding the book and homogenizing his philosophy, Emerson take man to task for his disregard, “The ruin or the blank that we see when we look at nature, is in our own eye,” we see a reflection of our inner perceptions. “The reason why the world lacks unity, and lies broken, and in heaps, is because man is disunited with himself.”
Offering a solution, Emerson suggest, “It will not need when the mind is prepared for study, to search for objects. The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous in the common.” It is there for us to see if we are aware observers.
In the final paragraph, Emerson ask, “So shall we come to look at the world with new eyes? It shall answer the endless inquiry of the intellect-, What is truth? and of the affections,-What is good? by yielding itself passive to the educated Will.”
We mankind are not merely of the world, and nature, we are the world and nature. As I read the essay, I kept hearing, “Man know thyself,” and that I believe was the crux of his Transcendent idea, when in the moment, conscious awareness in the Absolute oneness. . . we are mighty creators.