Buddha Dream


 Buddha Dreamer

You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your

love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You

yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.


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The top artist is amazing

Yuliya Glavnaya

The Call

remnants~ Katherine Ace


Remnants Painting by: Katherine Ace

I don’t know what to write. I had an epiphany today but it doesn’t make me feel any better. That was that my existence or rather my incarnation as Sindy is not necessarily about my happiness. Many years ago I made a very serious vow, a vow to my Being, or Higher Self, (whatever you wish to call it.) The vow I made was to make the purpose of my Being’s incarnation as Sindy my top priority. I stand by this but in my journey since my friends death three years ago, when I lost my balance, left my home and friends, started a new life, moved again and started another….I forgot. Yes, I completely forgot that I made this very serious vow. So in that, I have to realize that my life is not necessarily about my happiness, or lack thereof.

Now we all know that I am in fact blue and a bit depressed, but that perspective is on me. I can choose to feel otherwise. The menopause probably isn’t assisting me at all. Lol So, get thee to the (Chaste Tree extract,) herb store Sindy. Anyway my point is this; my life has a purpose according to my Beings divine blueprint, now I am pretty sure my having a positive attitude will be required to attain it.

What is my Life Purpose you ask? Or maybe you didn’t, but I will answer the question for the sake of continuity. Here is the answer: I don’t know. I really wish I did. I think it has to do with all that the tools I have gathered thus far and possibly write or teach. I don’t know, so I continue my education and just go forward seeking the guidance of my Higher Self.

If one thing we say or do influences someone that achieves world peace or becomes a great leader….well then, that would be good for me. I think that would be good for my Being but I will have to give them a call, we have lost touch with one another lately.

So Namaste, really, I mean it.


Connecting For Balance


Blessings to all~ Day 12, Connecting for Balance~ Deepak speaks of our modern connecting through social networking and how it is a new way of connecting and how we are virtually tapping into the collective consciousness which we can use to improve our world. He also see we need to connect the old fashion way with eye contact, hugs and kisses.

The centering thought, I cherish my every connection.

The mantra, Tat Tvam Asi, which means, I see the other in myself and myself in others.

Have a very blessed day~


Eating For Balance


Day 11 is Eating For Balance~ Deepak begins by saying “Food is Consciousness,” we are reminded to eat healthy live foods, and to eat in conscious awareness. Eating in harmony with our bodies. All good stuff!

The centering thought, I chose foods that help me thrive.”

Day 11 mantra, Om Vardhanam Namah  which means, I nourish the universe and the universe nourishes me.

Much love everyone, now to Biology homework. Fun stuff!

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The picture is from an earlier post on blueberries, here.

Stay tuned for an exciting presentation on something I am really passionate about.

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Breathing For Balance


So technically yesterday or Wednesday was Day 10, Breathing for Balance. All of us meditating, spiritual types, or athletes, know the importance of the breath. Deepak does not explain the different types of breathing probably because he is teaching the general masses, but he does emphasize focus and slow steady breathing. He spoke of pranayama but he did not explain it as I was taught, as alternate nostril breathing. When I was taught the pranayama we did however use the same mantra, So Hum.

Day 10’s centering thought, I am one with the breath of life.

FYI this picture filled me with joy when I first saw it last Friday. I hope you have the same experience.

Much love,


So Hum


Sorry to be a day behind on my blog companion series, with the Chopra 21 Day Health Meditation Challenge. Oh well. It’s All Good~

Day 6 mantra was So Hum, translated I Am. I love I Am, and have had transcendental moment using I Am as a mantra. The centering thought was, “I am perfection. I am healthy. I am strong.” 

I am~perfection. I am~healthy~ I am~ strong and so are you~

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  • With 7384 mg per 100 g, it is one of the vegetables in the Cucurbitaceae family featuring highest levels of vitamin-A, providing about 246% of RDA. Vitamin A is a powerful natural anti-oxidant and is required by the body for maintaining the integrity of skin and mucus membranes. It is also an essential vitamin for good visual sight. Research studies suggest that natural foods rich in vitamin A help a body protects against lung and oral cavity cancers.
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