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Posted on Nov. 28, 2013 - 3:49 AM
tune up your muscles
Follow a standard lifestyle; say no to alcohol and smoking at any cost.

Posted on Jul. 17, 2013 - 11:20 PM
I have the same safety net, without the grace, mercy and love of Jesus, I wouldn't be here today.
Quote Janice:

When I crashed, my safety net became a 12 step group. It has taken some years, but I now see the deep spirituality of their advocated practices on many different levels. As I began piecing myself back together, the Enneagram has been a great tool for me to use to delve into the good and not-so-helpful inner parts of my make up.


Posted on May. 25, 2013 - 6:11 PM
the 12 steps and the enneagram
When I crashed, my safety net became a 12 step group. It has taken some years, but I now see the deep spirituality of their advocated practices on many different levels. As I began piecing myself back together, the Enneagram has been a great tool for me to use to delve into the good and not-so-helpful inner parts of my make up.

Posted on Mar. 15, 2013 - 8:03 PM
Influence of Rabbi Rumi
I was so glad that I was able to go to a weekend with Rabbi Rumi this Fall! I was touched by his rerferences to the spiritual aspect of God's daughter, Wisdom. I was also deeply touched by the thought of Jesus as a little Jewish boy, praying the beautiful Hebrew prayers.When the weekend was almost over I was overwhelmed by the concept that God is in us...in our DNA. He is part of us and we of Him.

Posted on Dec. 14, 2012 - 3:08 PM
Invitation to sharing
I believe we are all role models for each other--ugliness in thoughts or gossip--

Posted on Nov. 28, 2012 - 10:54 AM
Doing a Solitary Retreat
There is a detailed and gentle guide to doing a day-long retreat in the book,"Aging As A Spiritual Practice" by Lewis Richmond. I did the necessary preparation and did the retreat a few months ago --
at the end of the day, I was filled with a sense of gratitude for the richness and beauty of my life as is is right now.

Posted on Jul. 17, 2012 - 2:09 AM
Learning about Tarot
I've been studying the Tarot for many years and have, for the past several years, been working as a Tarot Advisor. I find it is an excellent tool for helping myself and others along their life path and in their spiritual growth. I have a good friend who was able to change her life within the period of a year based on a reading that guided her on how to do it. Literally, changed her life, and because it was meant to be, everything fell into place to support her dream. She sold her house, her car, won a scholarship and moved to another country - all because of a one card reading. Granted, this is exceptional, but it happened because she was ready for the change. Ready for that next step. I encourage anyone who is seeking for answers, guidance, growth, assistance, comfort or even personal insight into a troubling situation, to read about the Tarot. You're welcome to contact me with any questions, or for a reading. I can be reached at
www.seascaping.weebly.com at any time, and I'm happy to take the time to answer any questions you might have about Tarot and guide you to the right resources. It's not witchcraft or magic. It's simple guidance...from the universe or your higher power, however you like to think of it.
Again, www.seascaping.weebly.com
Namaste,
Chrissie

Posted on May. 30, 2011 - 5:19 PM
Loving What Is. The Work of Byron Katie
I love doing the Work of Byron Katie, which consist of a simple way of questioning my thinking to bring balance to my heart and mind.

Posted on Mar. 9, 2009 - 3:22 PM
Doing something part of recovery
I am a kidney transplant recipient, left foot amputee with a prosthesis and have a heart issue.
Through all this I focused on my own spirituality and beliefs, often praying for direction instead of 'healing.' Since 2002 I continued the work in Africa my wife Germaine and I began 20 plus years ago.
I was able to go to Dakar Senegal in 2007 and to Maputo Mozambique December 2008.
We work under the banner named "Fishing without Poles? My wife and I have grown spiritually beyond what I can put into words being ever mindful that we seek to do what people themselves seek to do, not what we think or believe is best for them. By keeping focused on 'doing' I have gained renewed purpose, strength and better help and share this with you all.
We seek to provide advice, encouragement and targeted resources to those we are in with who are 'fishing' for a better life.

Posted on Aug. 17, 2008 - 5:13 PM
Congratulations on Your Intention
Quote Eran Binenbaum:

I am hoping to be currently making a big step, namely to finally begin to consistently practice spiritually and integrate this in my life.
By making this statement in an online community for people with similar aims, I hope to strengthen this resolve.


Consistency in practice is really important -- and difficult, in my own experience. Just wanted you to know that we have witnessed your resolve. Congratulations and good luck.

Mary Ann and Frederic Brussat

 
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