Journaling the Crown ...Continue reading →
Journaling the Third Eye ...Continue reading →
Journaling the Throat ...Continue reading →
Journaling the Heart ...Continue reading →
Journaling the Solar Plexus ...Continue reading →
Journaling the Sacral ...Continue reading →
Journalling the Root ...Continue reading →
My counsellor has suggested that I do some journaling, which I have already started. But when browsing the Internet I found some guidelines for Chakra Journaling and thought I might try it. Please feel free to join in ...Continue reading →
I know it's been too long since I posted. This blog entry is way over due! But here goes ...Continue reading →
After watching My Sister's Keeper last night I can't help but have so many opinions about the morality of designing a child to keep another alive.Continue reading →
I don't like to dwell on ill health but today I need to share with you just how exhausting it can be always being sick 'n' tired.Continue reading →
Dr Masaru Emoto (22/07/1943 - 17/10/2014)Continue reading →
After watching What We Did On Our Holiday last night I got to thinking how much like the eldest child, Lottie, I was as a child and I still am in some ways.Continue reading →
I have just pre-ordered my new Kindle Voyage - can't wait. I just love my kindle ...Continue reading →
I'm sure you will have heard of the placebo effect. If not, in a nut shell, it's a sugar / talc 'nothing' pill that every drug on the market has been tested against before it is allowed to be used as a medicine. It, the placebo, almost always has healing properties equal to most drugs on the market, even surpassing some. If you've never heard of it, research it, you'll be amazed.
Anyway, this little story is about my experience with the placebo. Firstly, you need to know that I've been trying to cure myself by changing my belief system and I've been lacking confidence that I could do it. But, something happened yesterday that has convinced me otherwise and that is what my story is about.Continue reading →
I have been approved as a buddy for Macmillan Connected. As well as looking forward to the role, I'm also a little anxious too. I will be supporting people with cancer, via email and Skype. It's such a responsible position and I wouldn't want to fail in supporting anyone who is already suffering more than anyone can know.Continue reading →
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Thank you so much for your continued interest in INDIGO Therapies Blog ...Continue reading →
“If you let go a little, you will have a little peace. If you let go a lot, you will have a lot of peace.” ~ Ajahn Chah
Eckhart Tolle believes we create and maintain problems because they give us a sense of identity. Perhaps this explains why we often hold onto our pain far beyond its ability to serve us.
We replay past mistakes over and over again in our head, allowing feelings of shame and regret to shape our actions in the present. We cling to frustration and worry about the future, as if the act of fixation somehow gives us power. We hold stress in our minds and bodies, potentially creating serious health issues, and accept that state of tension as the norm.
Though it may sound simple, Ajahn Chah’s advice speaks volumes.Continue reading →
"Two monks were on a pilgrimage. One day, they came to a deep river. At the edge of the river, a young woman sat weeping because she was afraid to cross the river without help. She begged the two monks to help her. The younger monk turned his back. The members of their order were forbidden to touch a woman.
But the older monk picked up the woman without a word and carried her across the river. He put her down on the far side and continued his journey. The younger monk came after him, scolding him and berating him for breaking his vows. He went on this way for a long time.
Finally, at the end of the day the older monk turned to the younger one. "I only carried her across the river. You have been carrying her all day."Continue reading →
My last post was over a month ago and so much has happened since that time. I hardly know where to begin, but I wouldn't want to let August go by without at least one blog.Continue reading →
life is oh so very good !!!Continue reading →