The Circles Of Your Mind

20th September, 2017 Members Community

I’ve been writing on the Flower of Life and how it is the foundation on which all is built, and it reminded me of this song from my youth. Listen while you read:  Perhaps not the best known version, it was covered by more famous artists, but Noel Harrison sang the original. Flower of Life at the Osiridion. Round like a circle in a spiral, like a wheel within a wheel Never ending or beginning on an ever-spinning reel Like a snowball...

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Australia Rocks

20th September, 2017 Miscellaneous Right from our early beginnings we were taught of the sanctity of the total life around us... The Aboriginal way is that everything is created equal and sacred: that the soil, the clay, the rocks are all sacred; and that all have a personality. I had the strength of knowing that my creator is not above me somewhere, but is always with me; that, whatever the substance around me, that creation flows...

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Lost on a painted sky

6th September, 2017 Miscellaneous

Where the clouds are hung for the poet’s eye                            Be, Neil Diamond I glanced out of the window and caught a glimpse of one of the most stunning sunsets ever. Now, I live at the bottom of a valley, surrounded by trees. So I rushed upstairs to my study to try to get some shots. Which I managed, but they were limited. Not the wide open view of the stunning sky I could imagine behind the trees. An hour later the sky is still changing...

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Insights for the Full Moon 6th September 2017

5th September, 2017 Guest Blog

Guest Blog from, Terrie Celest – One of the delights for me in Iowa, has been the space and energies of my host, Jo’s, garden, full of beautiful flowers and amazing birds and wildlife. A local farmer grows corn on part of her land but it was looking a bit sad when I arrived, due to a dry summer which was threatening to fail the crop. A thunder storm on my second night there helped to alleviate the threat temporarily but didn’t end it. A very flat area, this part...

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The Grumpy Path to Mindfulness

21st September, 2016 Guest Blog

Do you ever get a very un-spiritual attack of ‘I found it first’? I’m having one of those at the moment with the whole mindfulness gravy train. Here’s a bit of background. When I was diagnosed with Mantle Cell Lymphona - a very aggressive cancer - a couple of years ago, my partner Stephen, who is Managing Editor for Watkins Mind, Body Spirit magazine (so he gets to see all the good books first), suggested I read Thich Nhat Hanh’s lovely book, Fear. It turned out to be an excellent...

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Crystal Love

14th September, 2016 Miscellaneous

The stone of unconditional love, Rose Quartz c. Michael Illas The Crystal Wisdom Healing Oracle Crystals have been used for thousands of years to attract and enhance love. Ancient jewellery was much more than mere adornment, the beautiful stones were often dedicated to the goddess of love, Venus under her many guises - Aphrodite in Greece, Inanna or Ishtar in Babylon, Hathor in Egypt – and drew love and devotion to the wearer. Although her reputation was light and flirtatious, amorous...

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