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“What if you could bottle Happiness?” March 27, 2011

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Sometimes what we need is right in front of our eyes.

The other day I was putting away things that I had brought back to my apartment from my parents. They were moving out of they’re home after 38 years. Now what I’d you like you to know is that this is my childhood home. Now most of my things are long gone and this is such a wonderful thing that they are finally moving out of this extremely enormous converted dairy barn. But That said I still have some wistful mourning to be done.

Now the other day I was move and shoving things that I had brought back into place as best I could.  Feeling feelings when I opened my eyes to see a box that I was shoving under my bed (which at the time made me so sad because under my bed is empty) and What did I see….?

Not sometimes, but all the time when we open out eyes we see exactly what we are meant to know at that exact time if you are open to it… I am constantly saying look up and look out.  This is an absolute example of that!  I was being told to choose another thought! This is a happy moment of change! An opportunity to not let the past define who I am!  I have been asked soooooo often through out my life if I could bottle my happiness. So when I read this it was such a beautiful reminder of choosing another thought I literally started to laugh out loud all by my self in my apartment!

So Look up and look out you just might “Bottle some Happiness today”!!

 

Love and Pink Light

Sarah

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Lane Rage March 22, 2011

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I have recently become a lap swimmer and find it to be some of the most calming exercise I have ever done in my life.  I can leave the pool and be more relaxed than after I have meditated. Connecting the breath with the stroke, my ears underwater somehow diffuse the craziness of the day and in turn create this delicious pod of tranquility for me.

Somehow yesterday I learned a new dimension of lap swimming that I had yet to come across since I have yet to paddle out of the beginner lane (still mending from back surgery).  I wandered in during a busier time then normal hence I had to swim in a faster lane…a little anxiety producing.  My question was how could I remain calm because I noticed some serious swimmers. Now when I say serious I mean in disposition not in ability.  So my course of action was to talk to the lifeguard being the shy retiring wall flower that I am 😀 .  I asked her How I could do my slow laps and not “drift” into anyone? She said,”Well you’re going to have to be careful of lane rage. People here get really crazy about the lane.”

Lane Rage? Really?  Like Road Rage? With Swimming? Really?  I didn’t understand…. It almost seems like an oxymoron to me. Like saying, a Stressful Ashram.  It got me thinking how can one be going through an exercise that’s all about breath and movement and still be wound up tight as a drum? I understand that this is possibly the only moment in the day that they have to themselves… But why not enjoy it? Breathe… Share the space? figuratively and literally?

Sharing a lane is a bit like a relationship granted it is with one you don’t know per se. Yet it’s a dance. Like life we float by these people even if only for a moment and I wonder how do we want to share this space? How do we choose to be accountable to ourselves and others.  How do we choose to carry energy in our body?

 

A tangential thought for the day… Something for you to think about…

 

Love and Pink Light

Sarah

 

I ache for my partner… March 14, 2011

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How do I open the conversation about sex with my partner?  What if I am single for the rest of my life?….. What I want to know is what are you really wondering? To me it’s the pain point of that question.  And what do you really have to gain?

What you really are saying with those questions are: My partner isn’t talking to me and I’m painfully lonely and he’s/she’s not being intimate. Again… I’m painfully lonely.  Here are some more pain points; I ache to feel sensual pleasure! I’m frightened my Orgasm is gone. I’m frightened my body isn’t working anymore.  I’m sure you have your own pain point.  Now I’m sure you may be wondering what a pain point is.  It is the point at which you reach for help it is the pain at which you can’t take it anymore.  And it’s where you have to most to gain to ask for that help and strive for the goal that will help you be the best spiritual sensual human you can be.

Now what might be keeping you from that gain? Fear? What block is it?  What limiting belief is keeping you from reaching that gain?  What are you willing to do to remove that pain from your life?

 

Now I ask you What is you pain point?  What is the thing or moment where you have had enough? And what are you willing to do to get rid of it?

 

 

Thought for the day… March 12, 2011

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Esther and Jerry Hicks:  You’re picky about the car you drive. You’re picky about what you wear. You’re picky about what you put in your mouth. We want you to be pickier about what you think.

Abraham

 

 
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