So we have just about completed the first month of the new year and without wasting any time, 2010 is off to a running start...and it's only the beginning of much to come.
While the first two weeks of January (pre eclipse/new moon) offered us the opportunity to see beyond old limitations and distractions that were keeping us bound to an old life, the middle of the month (post eclipse/new moon) branded many with the title of master.
One of the major contributions which determines and distinguishes a great movie from a not-so-great movie is location. When moving home, it’s all about location, location, location. We live in a three-dimensional world with great emphasis put on the material aspects of life. So why not make the most of it? Being there (location) is what triggers our five natural senses so that we can experience – and enjoy – the environment. Our emotions complete the job in hand and help us to tread new paths… Continue
Added by Mike O'Hare on January 30, 2010 at 2:44 —
Winter Savory(Satureja montana)is a shrub that grows in Europe. The flowers tops are used in cooking and can also can be made into a great tea. Savory settles the stomach, alleviates gas, and improves digestion. It also helps with infections such as bronchitis and is strongly antibacterial. The oil is used to treat candidiasis and other fungal infections. Do not take the oil internally. I have used Savory in cooking and it imparts a great flavor and helps with digesting the…Continue
A man awakens from his sleep, slumbering for many a year as the consciousness of eternity flows by like a beautiful stream. Dealing with the pretentiousness fight of life, he forgot about his inner, for he was mystified by the stream, watching -- fighting -- involved. Flowing along the stream conquers with ease. That is the game of Maya to keep one occupied, unless one sees past the dream and recognizes the divinity within. Then the stream…Continue
Had I not copied this to my clip board I would have been ... not posting tonight. LOL I am getting logged off, as I hit the send / submit button. Not just on this network, but several long posts I have lost. I figure it was the universes way of either teaching me to save prior posting for just such events OR that I do not need to tell every single person... "yeah, I feel ya ... I relate ... " The exact passage that I have been reminded of throughout my life, "Be still, and know that I am…Continue
Added by SACREDspace on January 28, 2010 at 17:40 —
i saw this article on OV, but the page was missing or unavailable. Ironically, I googled it to find the article. Thought it was interesting, here it is:
"Google is evil and we must denounce its stunning hypocrisy"
I certainly don't believe everything that Benjamin Fulford says... but that doesn't change the fact that the guy is quite well connected... he's the only guy I've ever seen who had the cajones to challenge David Rockefeller to his face... he was the Asian… Continue
Added by Rick Jordan on January 28, 2010 at 14:51 —
Cat's Claw(Uncaria tormentosa)is a climbing vine that grows all over Central and South America. The bark is used for teas which support the immune system, thus invigorating the body and helps with infections, and inflammation. Cat's Claw is also very high in antioxidant activity and helps regenerate the body. Works well for arthritis, colitis, asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome, HIV and helps counter the damage of cancer treatments.
Back in the 1990s it was popular to ask someone what their astrological sign was, because knowing someone's star sign would determine whether a match could be made. And there is some truth to this because some signs do not get along as well as others (although there is more than sun signs to consider). But now we need to ask about vibration, the critical element to letting us know where we are in our own spiritual growth. We can know whether we surrendering to the process or standing firmly in… Continue
Trust that the Source of all life is active within you. As you grow in this trust, the world around you manifests in new, more harmonious ways. Trust is an active principle of God. The freedom you seek to live in joy responds to this quality of trust. It takes active awareness to call in the Divine Light that activates this quality of trust within you. You can trust that there is a benevolent Source of Good active in the Universe that responds to your heartfelt call.
Butchers Broom(Ruscus aculeatus)is a bush that grows in Europe, Asia, and Africa. The leaves and roots are made into a tea which works wonders for contracting the veins of the body. Research shows that Butchers Broom is especially useful for varicose veins of the legs, and other parts of the body and also works well for hemorrhoids. The infusion can be taken orally or applied topically to the legs. Do not use if you have high blood pressure.
In Pennsylvania there's a town by the name of Roseto in which most of the people are transplants from Italy. They brought with them the feeling of the old country where everyone's equal, no matter how much money they made. They had a great sense of community where people helped one another. And they were very healthy compared to other towns around them, even though they smoked, had money problems which led to stress, and ate fatty…Continue