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Archive for July, 2015

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Awareness is the first step. Did you know. Thank you Laura. Shared on FB too

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If you only have time for one of these, please watch the video below, as it covers the 21st Century Cures Act, passed this month, which most people have never even heard of.

Recommended links and viewing

Natural News:

REVEALED: Cancer industry profits ‘locked in’ by nagalase molecule injected into humans via vaccines… spurs tumor growth… explains aggressive vaccine push

Jon Rappoport:

Official Science: The Grand Illusion for All Robots

Fantasy: “Vaccines remarkably safe and effective.”

Barbara Loe Fisher:

****** Extremely important video here, because this information is not being covered in the news — the 21st Century Cures Act [passed in the House on July 10, but not passed yet in the Senate, please stay posted here] has extreme relevance in that companies legally no longer need to conduct large trials to evaluate safety of biotech foods, vaccines, or medicines. The FDA can expedite approval for vaccines with…

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As I Began to Love Myself

So so so love this. Loving myself has become my priority. Truly and deeply loving myself. It’s my practice. Thank you so much Tania Marie for the reblogging. Many are learning to love and accept themselves. Oxox. It’s a wonderful journey.

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This is a reblog from a reblog of a reblog from Summer of last year posted by Galactic Free Press, shared by Laura, and reshared by me. 🙂 I guess that means it just might be kind of important.

I can’t tell you how many clients I’m working with, friends, and people I hear from that are all currently working on this theme right now.

So, I felt called to post it again.

I’d like to add a couple of “Heart Thoughts” from Louise L. Hay in addition.

While I know these are some challenging things to embrace for ourselves…they truly are key. I can’t tell you how instrumental your own love for yourself is.

And while I don’t believe solely in reprogramming through affirmations, reading and reciting these words to ourselves with honest reflection and vulnerability, can help to uncover the energetic, emotional, mental, and physical blocks to them…

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The Upside of Slumlord Beekeeping

Bee Slumlord update. ❤️

Laura Bruno's Blog

A side note on the pear theft mentioned in the last post: I originally had contacted the Deva of our yard about the theft and was informed that it was really about not planting the apricot tree up front, not so much due to possible theft, but due to possible soil contamination from nearby cars parking on bare soil not that far away. According to the Deva of the yard, the theft of 100% of tree fruit was unlikely to occur again, since it was really about the apricot tree. While part of me buys that, the other part of me that somehow trusts wasps, yellow jackets and Mason bees more than the Deva of our yard — as if speaking with any of those is “normal” — called in the new residents just in case.

This afternoon I went outside and watched the new bees and wasps fill…

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Breath is a Dance

We learn how powerful breath is in shamanic teachings. Here Tania Marie brings the idea of breath to light. Exhale. Inhale. Ahhhhh

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Every thought you are thinking is creating your future.

Every breath you are taking is affirming your feelings.

Stay present to the breath of your heart.

When you are feeling really good, pay attention to how you are breathing.

When you are feeling frustration, anger, sadness, disappointment, confusion….pay attention to how you are breathing.

You are the power in your world to change how you feel by changing your way of receiving life with more conscious breathing and choices.

Matching and balancing your breath to your physical, emotional, and mental state becomes a dance that can either flow in graceful rhythm, or step all over itself in discord.

If you want to shift the rhythm of your dance, stay present with how you breathe in life.

If you want to be more compassionately empathic in your relationships with others and all of life, learn to match your breath to All…

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Slumlord Beekeeper

I got the biggest kick out of the post from Laura Bruno. She very ingeniously and creatively called in the big guns so to speak. I chuckled throughout her post although I did feel for her regarding the absconded pears. Way to go!

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A year and a half, maybe more ago, I bought a lovely, beautiful little Mason bee house from Gardener’s Supply. Warning, if you click that link, you may leave that site with a smile on your face, but less $ in your pocket. Delightful garden goodies that you never knew existed or that you needed until you saw them, but hoo boy, are they cool when you get them! I digress, though. This Mason bee house has sat vacant for 1.5, possibly 2.5 years. i don’t remember when I bought it, but no one ever moved in. A few days ago, I noticed that the top had nearly pulled off and mentally noted that I’d need to fix it or take it down.

Some back story before we get to today’s title:

Last week, I harvested some unripe pears from our 3-way Asian pear tree, so that the pears…

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Lions in Love

Authentic Self-Acceptance: Recognizing the Great Deception of Spiritual Enlightenment

Thank you dear Tania. Let’s be vulnerable and free

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Often, when we become more spiritually enlightened, we can easily convince ourselves that we know it all already.

We become very adept at using all of the spiritual terms and concepts we’ve learned, to talk our way through things on the surface and yet haven’t a clue how to actually integrate and embody that, let alone understand that we aren’t really seeing the depth of the picture – we’re merely spewing out the “right” words we think we should use.

Ironically, we can actually become closed off to widening our perspectives even more because we think we have all the answers, or we feel the need to pretend we do so that others will see us in a certain light.

It becomes much easier to deceive ourselves or play subconscious, self-sabotaging games than to accept that we may actually have more available to us to learn, which can help us…

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