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    Beyond Eternity

    And so the day has come
    and gone,
    the shadow pulls us
    to the ground,
    but we will rise up again
    to meet eternitiesí strengthening lens,
    who sees through the veil
    so often raised
    and clears the shadow
    from the gaze,
    for clarity belongs
    to thee
    who reaches beyond eternity.

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    The Most Beautifully Twisted Wire Sculptures

    Fairy Sculpture Dancing With Dandelions



    Deer Into The Wind



    Wolf



    Woman



    Majestic tree



    Koala & Owl

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    Alan Watts- Why Not Now


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    I'm offline for the next 4 weeks . . . heading for Mexico . . . I will miss you all

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    Such a beautiful place to visit! Thank you Wind and friends!

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    Quote Posted by Iloveyou (here)
    I'm offline for the next 4 weeks . . . heading for Mexico . . . I will miss you all
    Enjoy, Iloveyou!!!!!!


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    "The healing of our present woundedness may lie in recognizing and reclaiming the capacity we have to heal each other, the enormous power in the simplest of human relationships: the strength of a touch, the blessing of forgiveness, the grace of someone else taking you just as you are and finding in you an unsuspected goodness. Everyone alive has suffered. It is the wisdom gained from our wounds and from our own experiences of suffering that makes us able to heal. Becoming expert has turned out to be less important than remembering and trusting the wholeness in myself and everyone else. Expertise cures, but wounded people can best be healed by other wounded people. Only other wounded people can understand what is needed, for the healing of suffering is compassion, not expertise."

    - Rachel Naomi Remen



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    Good point. One of the first steps towards healing is to live simple. The ego makes one want more and the focus is shifted to one's self. It's so sad that people have forgotten how to care. Caring is considered suspicious as the ego has an aim even behind the act of caring.

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    Quote Posted by Guish (here)
    It's so sad that people have forgotten how to care.
    Indeed, my friend, indeed. In a time when most of humanity have forgotten how to care for their fellow man, the act of caring is more important than ever before.

    Here's a great article about healing from the Edgar Cayce database.

    Introduction to the Cayce readings on health and healing

    by Mark Thurston, Ph.D.

    "No matter what illness or ailment concerns us, certain basic principles about health and healing are relevant. These are the premises upon which all of the Cayce health information rests. For those who would like to make a more careful study of these basic principles, the recommended Circulating File is entitled "Principles of Healing." Here, in essence, are the ideas found in that file. They may prove to be very useful to your more in-depth study of the specific ailment that requires healing for you.

    The first fundamental idea about healing requires that we maintain a creative balance between two principles:

    All healing comes from the infinite -- that is, from attunement and harmony with our spiritual source. The infinite is just as accessible and available in the visible, physical world as it is in the invisible realm.

    At the same time, each person must take responsibility for his or her own healing process. No one can simply sit back and wait passively for healing to occur.

    This second principle -- the need for self-responsibility -- can take many forms. For example, healing requires attunement, and no one knows better than ourselves exactly what has gotten us out of attunement in the past. Often, if we'll look closely at our lives, we can see (without needing a gifted medical clairvoyant such as Edgar Cayce) what's causing our illness.

    To illustrate self-responsibility further, the human body has a marvelous, innate drive to heal itself, but we've got to do our part to help. A broken bone will naturally try to mend; however, the fracture needs to be set properly for the healing to be complete and effective.

    Another important principle relates to energy medicine, a new field for which Edgar Cayce was a pioneer. His readings consistently speak of the roles played by vibrations or vibratory forces -- right down to the level of individual atoms.

    According to Cayce, there is a type of consciousness that exists in each atom. Although most of the passages about the atomic physics of healing seem rather esoteric, it might be easier to follow the analogy of the attunement of a stringed musical instrument. A violin or piano that is out of tune makes sour, discordant music -- symbolic of disease or illness. Just as a skilled musician can bring the instrument back into attunement, we experience healing when our vibrations -- right down to the atomic level -- are adjusted in a correct manner. In essence, all healing is the changing of vibrations from within.

    Balance among body, mind, and spirit is another key to Cayce's philosophy of healing. For healing to be complete and lasting, we must recognize and meet the needs of each of these three levels. Virtually no illness or disease can be treated successfully at only one of these three levels.

    What's more, Cayce affirms that the human body will naturally stay healthy -- and even rejuvenate itself -- if a kind of internal balance can be maintained.

    "Dis-ease" starts when one part of the body draws energy from another part. One portion of an organism may become overcharged with the creative life force, while another portion becomes undernourished. The result is a gradual disintegration of the body and the onset of illness.

    The opposite of this sort of disintegration is rejuvenation. The readings assert that we are continuously rebuilding our bodies. Within any seven-year period, each cell is replaced. If we'll allow it, our bodies will transform any problem and resuscitate any condition. But our ingrained habits usually block this healing potential -- the habits of action and, even more potent, the habits of mind.

    What role do drugs and medicine play in the healing process? Cayce's philosophy clearly sees a place for them, but warns of misunderstanding how they work and of expecting more of them than is possible. Any healing method attempts to create an experience of oneness, in hopes of then stimulating a similar response in the body. For some people in some situations, a drug may be the best way to accomplish this -- just as in other cases, surgery may be the best way to stimulate healing.

    Medicines can be a practical application of the one life force. Occasionally they must be very potent in their reactions in order to get the patient through an acute illness. But Cayce from time to time encouraged people to consider the herbal formulas he recommended to be tonics and stimulants, rather than medicines.

    The dangerous side of medicines is their potential to diminish the body's own healing work. This is what Cayce alluded to when he warned about "palliatives" that deceive the soul with half truths and temporary relief. It's also what he meant when he warned that we shouldn't come to rely on any condition outside of ourselves that could be assimilated by the body inwardly. All of this is to say, take the medications prescribed by the physician you trust.

    But keep in mind this thought: what those chemicals can do is temporarily -- and somewhat artificially -- give your body an experience of greater oneness. Healing that really takes hold and lasts must come from changing one's inner consciousness and vibration. That happens most effectively from consistent and persistent human effort (i.e., engaging one's desires, purposes, and will) -- something that pills all too easily allow us to skip.

    Cayce's healing philosophy includes other insights that can help us avoid misunderstanding. For example, one principle states that the best treatment procedures sometimes cause a temporary worsening of conditions. If we didn't recognize this possibility, we might give up just before the benefits begin to appear.

    A closely related principle states that when a body is re-establishing its attunement, it tends to be more sensitive. Again, if we misunderstand that heightened sensitivity, we might not see the good that is slowly being affected.

    The mind is a focus of other healing principles. The unconscious mind plays a role in many illnesses and diseases. One example of this is the karmic factor in health problems. Memories from previous incarnations, stored in the soul mind, can trigger problems in the body. Of course, we shouldn't go so far as to suppose that every health challenge has past-life roots; nevertheless, the perspective of reincarnation can help us understand what we could possibly be dealing with as we seek healing.

    The familiar Cayce axiom, "Mind is the builder," leads us to wonder exactly which attitudes and emotions best foster healing. The readings emphasize several:
    • Self-acceptance. As we rid ourselves of self-condemnation, we make room for
    • healing forces to enter.
    • Optimism and hope. We're encouraged to expect healing.
    • Patience. It's much easier and quicker to destroy health than it is to rebuild it. We need to be willing to patiently invest whatever time is required.

    Alongside these specific attitudes and emotions, we're invited to use the creative potential of visualization to stimulate our own healing. The mind's image-making capacity can be directed in such a way that we "see" the healing transformation taking place. This is not something that's accomplished in a single visualization session. Like all the Cayce health-promoting approaches, it requires persistence and works best in conjunction with other healing methods.

    Perhaps the most important principle of the mind's relationship to healing concerns purposefulness. A person can experience temporarily an outer healing -- that is, in the physical body only -- yet still be spiritually sick. What cures the soul? A commitment to a purposeful life. Not just any purpose, but instead one that reflects care for other people.

    On occasion a reading from Cayce would pose this question to the person who was ill: What would you do with your life if you were healed? The position of Cayce's psychic source was simply this: Why correct the physical condition unless there's also going to be an inner correction? People who are looking for both inner and outer healing are the best candidates for restored health and vitality. In Cayce's philosophy, healing should equip us to be more useful to others.

    With this ideal of service in mind, we might also wonder just how we can be channels of healing to others. What principles govern our efforts to be healers to those for whom we have concern? One principle is based on the spiritual connections that exist between all people. It states that as we bring the experience of oneness into our own consciousness, it can profoundly help someone else experience oneness, attunement, and healing.

    Cayce's way of putting it was, "...raising the Christ Consciousness in self to such an extent as it may flow out of self to him thou would direct it to." (281-7)

    For this to be most effective, the recipient must desire such help and have requested healing prayer. Of course, we can always pray for someone, even if that individual hasn't asked us. But it's important that we not assume we know what's needed in any person's life. For one who hasn't specifically asked for prayer, we can simply offer prayers of protection and blessing, rather than try to direct healing energies to that person or for a specific condition.

    In summary, the Cayce readings remind us that our natural state is wholeness and health. An innate wisdom within ourselves knows what's needed for healing. We should expect to get well, and we should be willing to do our part to make it possible."

    Also here's this great video from the series which I featured in the first page of this thread.





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    Great Wind.

    I recently sent that to people in the department.

    The 7 Habits of Calmness
    By Leo Babauta

    I have come to believe that high stress, constant anxiety over tasks and work and life, social anxiety Ö is all a part of the modern way of life.

    Most people just donít feel a sense of peace, of calm, of serenity, throughout their day.

    I have to admit that Iím the same way some of the time, but I have learned a few things that have helped me create a feeling of calmness much more of the time than ever before.

    Itís a series of habits that have developed over the last few years. Iím not perfect at them, but I do practice them, and they are always helpful.

    These are habits, not a one-time change in my surroundings or work pattern. Changing your environment is great, but you canít control the things that happen to you much of the time, and you certainly canít control how other people act. The only thing you can control is your response ó and this response matters. You can respond to the same event with anxiety or anger, or you can respond with peace and calmness.

    Letís figure out how.
    The Habits of Calmness

    These are the habits to develop that will help you develop calmness (based on my experience):

    A calm morning ritual. Many people rush through their mornings, starting the day out in a stressful rush. I wake up a little earlier (5 a.m. these days, though that changes), and start with a little meditation, then a few yoga poses. I then start writing, before I let the noise in. Exercise is another component of my morning routine. You donít need to do the same things, but find the quiet of the morning and make the most of it.
    Learn to watch your response. When something stressful happens, what is your response? Some people jump into action ó though if the stressful situation is another person, sometimes action can be harmful. Others get angry, or overwhelmed. Still others start to feel sorry for themselves, and wish things were different. Why canít other people behave better? Watch this response ó itís an important habit.
    Donít take things personally. Many times the response (that you noticed in Habit 2) is to take things personally. If someone does something we donít like, often we tend to interpret this as a personal affront. Our kids donít clean their rooms? They are defying us! Our spouse doesnít show affection today? He/she must not care as much as he/she should! Someone acts rudely at work? How could they treat us this way?! Some people even think the universe is personally against them. But the truth is, itís not personal ó itís the other personís issue that theyíre dealing with. They are doing the best they can. You can learn not to interpret events as a personal affront, and instead see it as some non-personal external event (like a leaf falling, a bird flying by) that you can either respond to without a stressful mindset, or not need to respond to at all.
    Be grateful. Sure, lots of people talk about gratitude Ö but how often do we apply it to the events of our day? Things are crashing down at work, or our boss is angry, or our co-workers are rude, or our kids are misbehaving, or someone doesnít love us as weíd like Ö do these cause anger/anxiety/unhappiness, or can we be grateful? Drop the complaints, and find a way to be grateful, no matter what. And then smile. This unbending habit can change your life.
    Create stress coping habits. Many times, when we are faced with stress, we have unhealthy responses ó anger, feeling overwhelmed and withdrawing, eating junk food, drinking alcohol or taking drugs, shopping or otherwise buying stuff, going to time-wasting sites, procrastinating, and so on. Instead, we need healthy ways to cope with stress, which will come inevitably. When you notice stress, watch how you cope with it, and then replace any unhealthy coping habits with healthier ones. Healthy stress coping habits include: drinking tea, exercise, yoga, meditation, massaging your own neck & shoulders, taking a walk, drinking some water, talking with someone you care about.
    Single-task. Iíve written numerous times in the past about single-tasking vs. multitasking, but I think people multitask now more than ever. People text while on the train, while walking, while driving. They tweet and post to Facebook and Instagram, they email and read blogs and news, they watch videos while getting things done, they watch TV while eating, they plan their day while doing chores. This is a great way to cause a level of anxiety that runs through everything you do, because youíre always worried you should be doing more, doing something else. What if, instead, you just did one thing, and learned to trust that you shouldnít be doing anything else? It takes practice: just eat. Just wash your bowl. Just walk. Just talk to someone. Just read one article or book, without switching. Just write. Just do your email, one at a time, until your inbox is empty. Youíll learn that there is peace in just doing one thing, and letting go of everything else.
    Reduce noise. Our lives are filled with all kinds of noise ó visual clutter, notifications, social media, news, all the things we need to read. And truthfully, none of it is necessary. Reduce all these things and more, and create some space, some quiet, in your life.

    Ultimate Beginnerís Guide to Tea

    Speaking of calm habits, I helped create a new guide/course on tea: The Ultimate Beginnerís Guide to Tea. This isnít an affiliate link and I donít make any money if you buy it ó I just recommend it because Jesse Jacobs is a great tea teacher, and heís created something wonderful at Samovar Tea Lounge. Itís one of my favorite places in the world, and tea has become a deeply ingrained part of my life.

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    ...there is peace in just doing one thing, and letting go of everything else.

    Good to read this, Guish. It is MINDFULNESS. Spirit then flows through you into the action. That is peace, being aware god-in-action.

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    Can't remember (I have a terrible short-term memory) if this has been posted here before.

    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    "Colored nautilus"
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    Unfinished painting by Josephine Wall - you can spot the name in the picture
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    Unfinished painting by Josephine Wall - you can spot the name in the picture
    I enlarged it, turned it into a black and white, sectioned it off into 16 pieces, checked her other work to see how she signed them and after at least a half out of searching, I still couldn't find it. I gave up when I was about to turn it upside down and begin the process all over again.

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    Oh, I meant the name of the painting, Paula! It's in her cheek, eternal love.
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    Oh, I meant the name of the painting, Paula! It's in her cheek, eternal love.
    I did see that. I was looking for Josephine Wall and even google-goggled with no luck "Unfinished Painting" by Josephine Wall. That explains it.

    BTW: I sent your 'real life heroes' video to a couple of guy friends. They got chocked up and teary eyed while watching it. I was surprised they admitted it. For me, it's another example that the energy is changing.

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    I did see that. I was looking for Josephine Wall and even google-goggled with no luck "Unfinished Painting" by Josephine Wall. That explains it.
    I get Josephine's picture's from her Facebook page. Since it's an unfinished painting, there is no signature, I guess I should have expressed myself better.

    Quote BTW: I sent your 'real life heroes' video to a couple of guy friends. They got chocked up and teary eyed while watching it. I was surprised they admitted it. For me, it's another example that the energy is changing.
    That's nice to hear, we need more caring. The energies are changing indeed, it is about time.



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