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Archive for May, 2011

If someone gives you negative energy,

you give back positive,

affirmative energy

— such as forgiveness.

[…]

This is the giving within for-give-ness.

– Michael Bernard Beckwith

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Things are

always

 working out for me

no matter

how it currently looks

– Abraham teaching

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You ought not attempt to cure the body without the soul.

The cure of many

diseases

is

unknown

to many physicians because they disregard the whole.

– HIPPOCRATES

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Unblock by doing,

unblock by trying,

even if the doing and trying are done badly.

Unblock yourself and allow for the space to practice QiGong.  Give thanks for flowing into your energy, into your vitality and into your inner guidance.  Trust and love yourself enough to allow for the space to develop. Be kind to yourself and allow yourself to be.  To be your best potential that this world wishes to know.  Namaste –

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Awakening…

by: John McLeod

Awakening, dawn’s chorus
Welcoming,
The day new, untouched
Waiting to be filled….

And will we paint a rainbow
With all its promise
Or dull the canvas
Sadly seen?

Each day brings its own colours
To be chosen, mixed,
Pigments of joy,
Happy moments,
Smiles and laughter….

And which will you choose?
For ‘Life’ is choice,
We are all painters
In our own way,
All needing to create
Something of worth,
Of lasting beauty,
Marking our journey….

Footprints in the sand….

The sky today is azure,
The sun warm and golden
A filigree of light and shadow-play
Through the gently swaying trees.

I clean my brushes,
Choose my palette
Of vibrant, living colours,
And begin to fill
Today’s blank canvas

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12.05.2011

A quote on loneliness …

“We’re born alone,

we live alone,

we die alone.

Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we’re not alone.”

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20.05.2011

Life is like riding a bicycle. 

To keep your balance you must keep moving.

Albert Einstein

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Energy medicine refers to many forms of therapies, which include practices such as healing touch, Qigong, acupuncture, magnet, Reiki, and light therapies and Cymatic therapy that uses sound waves.

It is based on the theory that we are all composed of atoms that are continuously moving and creating energy.  When our energy field is injured from an outside influence such as a virus or smoke or pollution we become vulnerable to illness.  An internal upset such as stress or grief can also affect our energy field.

Various forms of energy medicine work to facilitate healthy energy flow in our bodies and restore balance and health.

Written by Dr. Robin Miller

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Energy medicine is a broad category of alternative healing methods that utilize universal life force as their primary healing modality. Although some energy medicine is used as an alternative to allopathic, or Western, medicine, most methods are now used as a complement to care given by medical doctors and other traditional treatments.

In energy medicine, good health results from having the right amount of this energy flowing smoothly through the body, while health problems or ailments result from a deficiency or blockage of this energy. Energy medicine typically includes some method of increasing or stimulating the amount of life force in the body to facilitate healing. Some systems advocate drawing in the energy from a source outside the body; others teach practitioners to build up their own vital force and then use that for healing. Some incorporate self-healing; others do not. Acupuncture, Qigong (chi kung), Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Pranic Healing are just several examples of energy medicine.

Written by Master Stephan Co

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“If you want to be healthy

and live to 100, do Qigong.”

– Dr. Mehmet Oz


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We need to give each other the space to grow,

to be ourselves,

to exercise our diversity.

We need to give each other space so that we may both give and receive such beautiful things as ideas,

openness,

dignity,

joy,

healing,

and inclusion.

— Max de Pree

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