Throw back Thursday ❤
Basically means Consciously creating in every moment.
To do this we first should become aware of how our mind (Ego) Heart (Truth) and Solar Plexus (Intuition/Creativity) work together in every moment, affecting our decisions, moods and actions.
Becoming fully present in each moment will enable us to consciously create from a place of knowing, love and balance.
In this, ever time conscious reality, we often make rash decisions based on a quick thought which we later regret and end up only hurting ourselves and others, unwittingly.
It is fair to say at this point, that no judgement should be passed on either yourself or another, not only during this meditation but in all interactions…
So lets take a journey into the now…
If you are driving pull over NOW!!
Turn off all distractions and make yourself comfortable….
Once settled, take 3 deep long breaths down into your tummy…breathing in Love and exhaling…
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The Truth Will Set You Free!
‘What a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.’
My friend is over from the UK wrapping up her life here, never to return.
So last week we took Loui and Pepi (dog I’ve been looking after) to the mountains to see the snow.
On the way we stopped at the Dam, there is a sunken village under it apparently.
While we were leaving the Dam a huge Hawk was hovering over it’s prey. We sat and watched it hovering and diving for ten minutes. We got pictures but they didn’t come out well, it just looks like a dot in the sky.While we were leaving the Dam a huge Hawk was hovering over it’s prey. We sat and watched it hovering and diving for ten minutes. We got pictures but they didn’t come out well, it just looks like a dot in the sky.While we were leaving the Dam a huge Hawk was hovering over it’s prey. We…
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5 am the world still sleeps
Darkness hangs low like a shroud over the sun
Stillness, calm, quiet apart from a distant hum
Draw close your robe as the chill hits your bones
And thoughts fly back to a place once called home
Where the chill in the air keeps people in their homes
Feeling blessed and sad as I sit all alone
Watching and waiting for the sun to return.
6am a light goes on as someone awakes to start there day too
The sky turns Indigo and clouds show through
Car engines the first sounds to be heard
And I wonder what a life for those heading to work before even the birds
I sit and grasp my hot cup of tea and watch as my breath meets with the steam
And ponder on this life, the dream and wonder on when and why leave?
Our last breath dissolving into the stream…
Where to start?
I moved to Cyprus in May to start a better life, 6 months in and it turns out to be my biggest mistake. 😦
Too much has gone on but in a nutshell. Loui didn’t fare well with the flight, he was traumatised by it and it took him nearly two months to get over it., we had a heatwave not seen in 30yrs that killed two people. My feet and legs swelled for two months and I couldn’t walk. I witnessed a man burn in a house fire, he died a week later. Finding part time work here is impossible. I started fostering kittens for a charity in July and that’s been a journey in itself. Will try blog about that another time. I’ve been ripped off several times and my family have not bothered to visit me at all.
Then the final straw was when my Loui got run over and has ended up paralysed. 😢
You can read the details here and there is a link at the bottom on there to a FB page for him where I update on his progress.
You might be wondering how in all of this can u find anything to be grateful for?
I have met some amazing people along the way, without them, I could have never got through any of it.
The outpouring of help and support with Loui has been astounding. My friends in the UK have all contributed to Louis vet bills and check up on me most days to see how I am coping. People who I’ve only known as a name on FB have been so supportive too, not just financially but more importantly (to me) with their prayers, positive words, advice and love.
To say I’m grateful doesn’t even cover it. Since being here I’ve been thrust into a deeper solitude than I had in UK because here I don’t have the beautiful countryside around me where we went daily to connect with nature and my many spirit allies there.
When you feel all alone and all these wonderful souls reach out to you, you realise that when you hit rock bottom there are people out there to break your fall.
That there are still genuinely caring people left on the world. It gives me hope, not just for me and my situation but for the human race as a whole.
Now my dilemma is do I stay or do I go?
Once Loui is healed I will decide but for now I’m just trying to get by each day as it comes.
Please hold us in your thoughts and hold the vision of Loui walking and healthy again.
Thank you. ❤
It has been 21 years today that you left us to take your journey to reunite with creator and our ancestors. 21 years, such a long time yet at times only yesterday, the feelings still raw when our guard is down.
Were you only a year older than I am now? It seems even more unfair now as I realise that 51 is only the start to embracing life.
You are missed daily and often in my prayers, for guidance, compassion, forgiveness, gratitude and love.
The Easter season is about resurrection to some, yet for us it was a crucifixion that has taken 21 years to come full circle and rebirth for me. I’m sorry I am such a slow learner and procrastination being my Achilles heal but I am finally going home, in the same season that it began!
You taught me a lot mum, how to show compassion, generosity, forgiveness and love. You also taught me how not to be, so that I may remain within the lessons of life you showed me, which are the foundation of my being. Thank you ❤
Thank you for loving me during my ‘spirit’ episodes as a child, through my selfish teenage years and through the first 6yrs of being a mother myself. Your input to our lives has left a huge hole.
So now in my 50th year, I am following in our shared dream to live out our days on our beloved mother land. A dream you never got to live out. I will honour you there and carry you with me to all our favourite places, and think of you every time I see a bottle of KEO.
M – Mysterious
U – Unbeatable
M – Matriarch
I know you would be really proud of our beautiful Natasha, as I am. She has turned out to be everything and more than what we could have hoped for after such great triple loss, she even looks like you at times. We speak of you often to keep your memory alive and hearts connected, but, you know that don’t you. ❤
See you soon in the Vill-Aige then we going to the Thalassa to eat Bowaton. 😉
Love You Always
H Kori sou ❤ ❤