January 16, 2013
1. Intending to Know
2. Focusing Attention on Sensory Impressions
3. Becoming Aware of the Primary Emotional Impression the Thing Makes Upon You
4. Make Conscious the Moment of First Contact
6. The Emergence of the Phenomenon in its Own Light
October 29, 2012
What’s brewin’, my friends? Is everyone gettin’ into coziness and outta any worry…??
From a fellow friend …. a prayer for the Land and elements amidst a storm on the horizon: “Go outside and walk among your trees and plants on your property. You may also touch them.
In your heart, say the following phrases to all your trees and plants.
1. I care for you. There is a big storm coming.
2. Roots, please grip soil and earth with all your might.
3. Trunk, branches, and stems, please be supple and bend like a dancer.
4. Leaves, please drop if you can, or become slippery and turn on edge so the wind-driven rain slips past you or any snow slips off.
5. Community of Green Beings, please tighten your web of connections.
6. Ecosystem, please become connected and interconnected.
7. Element of Earth, please hold roots tight.
8. Element of Air, please caress, not assault.
9. Element of Water, please flow smoothly over.
10. Element of Fire, please give strength to the whole.
11. Spirit of the Land, please meet the Spirit of the Storm with serenity.”
June 14, 2012
Thanks BBC and David Attenborough
THANK YOU MAMA EARTH <3
May 26, 2012
Shennong is my third submission to the history of natural medicine. Legendary ruler and Chinese hero Shennong lived over 5,00 years ago. He has not only been recognized for teaching the Chinese agriculture but also the use of herbal medicines. While credited with the use and discovery of many different herbs, he is most notably attributed to the use and promotion of tea leaves as a cure for a wide variety of ailments and poisons. In his quest for herbal knowledge he is rumored to have consumed samples of all the herbs he collected so he could experience and understand the plant on all levels. Many traditional chinese herbalist are still taught and practice this way.
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December 30, 2011
and many more interesting thoughts are loquaciously explained by Russell Brand in this provoking discussion between him, Daniel Pinchbeck, and Graham Hancock. Starting by discussing the role of the media in the suppression of consciousness and numbing of the people, to drug addiction, DMT, water crystals, shamanism, and the pyramids of Egypt they just about touch on it all
i’m remembering something i’ve forgot.
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Are you an independent cell of consumption or a harmonious cell of contribution to the whole?
December 28, 2011
Moonflower.photo by Morgan DeVoe.
This year, we were excited to go all out with garden space we have at our Elm St Castle. Morganalefay & EternalInnerSmile busted their humps cleaning up the beds and fixing the weathered greenhouse that we are also SO lucky to have on the property. They started the bounty of veggies, tons of cooking herbs and many many medicinal herbs. Not sure what to flourish next, I decided to surprise the girls with a little project of my own- a Witch Inspired Moon Garden.
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October 16, 2011
“Members of ancient and indigenous cultures when asked where in their bodies they live, they gesture to the region of the chest. Members of our culture, on the other hand, point to the head. For those locating themselves in the heart and those locating themselves in the brain experience the world in quite different ways. Realms of experience, open to those who approach the world through the heart, are simply not perceivable to those who experience it through the brain.
One of the most important recognitions emerging through recent studies of the heart is that our individual organs, as well as the entire human organism itself, are not linear expressions, but are highly complex nonlinear organisms in which the whole is far more than the sum of its parts.
The heart contains what are called pacemaker cells, which synchronize with each other to set a regular rhythm. Individual pacemaker cells are tightly coupled by the millions in the heart. The electromagnetic field they produce together is 5,000 times stronger than the brain’s EM field and can be measured by the most sensitive instruments up to ten feet from the body, and continues out indefinitely into space.
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