That Fur Coat

Written by Robina Hearle

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[It is an old adage, but true’]-Beauty comes from within. Looking good and being beautiful is a front you present torepparttar world, so thatrepparttar 122109 world will judge you positively. It has been said that it is none of your business what other people think about you, it is what you think about yourself that really counts. A truly beautiful person is perhaps someone who is kind, compassionate and caring. Someone whose very being is a gift to others, serving selflessly. Giving a smile to a stranger, chatting to a cashier, aiding without thought for gain. These things produce your own radiant inner light, this is your beauty which shines forth and dazzles. Everyone has an inner beauty, but we have all become so clever at concealing it from ourselves and others [kindness and compassion being seen by some as weakness in today’s world]. I suggest that our perception ofrepparttar 122110 reality of who we are, needs adjusting. The focus needs to be changed so that we can be seen for who we are: beauteous wondrous creative beings. That fur coat- does it enhance you or diminish you byrepparttar 122111 very nature of what it is and what and what it represents.

Robina Hearle.


Growing a Green Thumb

Written by Dale Power

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“Where to start though? It seems so complex.” This comment from her seemed strange to me. She had more thanrepparttar skills needed to do this. Plants practically crave human attention for some reason! What she needed was a quick rundown ofrepparttar 122108 steps involved, then she would see that this was literally something that everyone could be good at. “You already know how to meditate, and your remember how to think conceptually, right?” I asked her, more to prompt her thoughts into action rather than question her ability. “If you want a plant to grow, and can holdrepparttar 122109 concept clearly, it will. In fact you can even change many genetic traits of a plant if you take enough time and reinforcerepparttar 122110 field daily.” “Right, it feels like when I am in meditation and thinking, but my mind is empty atrepparttar 122111 same time. No words cluttering things up.” She looked me dead inrepparttar 122112 eye and without blinking said “Pictures still creep in to my mind though. That means that I can’t do anything psychically right. Not psychokinetically anyway.” That was notrepparttar 122113 case as all I assured her. A few pictures creeping in to her mind as she worked was not going to keep her from being successful. Especially with plants. “Here lets go overrepparttar 122114 steps.” I made a big show of sitting down as if we would be there for a while.

*Relax and go into a meditative state. Let your mind clear and go as deeply as possible. *Feelrepparttar 122115 makeup ofrepparttar 122116 plant in your mind. Don’t force it or judge it yet, just letrepparttar 122117 information come. *To directrepparttar 122118 plant in how you want it to grow, just holdrepparttar 122119 idea, as clearly as possible, in your mind. Picture it if it helps to holdrepparttar 122120 concept for you.

“That’s all it is. Plants aren’t that complex really, and they don’t demand a lot of hard work to modify them. Just a bit of love and patients.”

She gave me a wide eyed look “Plants have feelings?” Now I had to explain that while they are reactive to their environment they don’t have emotions like we do of course. They don’t need to. It is sometimes just simpler to say, your plant is scared, than to describerepparttar 122121 fairly involved reactions thatrepparttar 122122 plant is going through. Then we had a conversation about making genetic changes in plants. I indicated that this was not only easy but fun too. All she had to do to effect these changes was to holdrepparttar 122123 concept of what she wanted just like we had talked about. Even if she wanted to do things like changerepparttar 122124 color ofrepparttar 122125 flowers or shape ofrepparttar 122126 leaves.

Several years later and Mollyrepparttar 122127 plant is still hale and hardy, even several years past her prime and byrepparttar 122128 look of Hanna’s garden each year, I would say she managed to grow that green thumb.

Dale Power is a psychic healer, researcher and educator that has been focusing on ways to improve psychic functioning in humans for the last twenty years. Go to: to find out more about the work being done.

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