I would like to invite all those interested to join me in offering a prayer “together”, (loving thoughts if prayer is not your “thing”) everyday for all those who are in pain and suffering.
The time will be 9am and 9pm GMT, 3am and 3pm GMT
E.g, As I am in Spain that will mean 10 am and 10 pm.
The point is to pray at the same MOMENT irrespective of location as the effect of many praying at the same time has an
incredible manifold healing effect.
Thanking you all in advance x.
I find the above song really relaxing to listen..
“Panic Disorder is a type of anxiety characterized by brief or sudden attacks of intense terror and apprehension that leads to shaking, confusion, dizziness, nausea, and difficulty breathing. Panic attacks tend to arise abruptly and peak after 10 minutes, but they then may last for hours. Panic disorders usually occur after frightening experiences or prolonged stress, but they can be spontaneous as well. A panic attack may lead an individual to be acutely aware of any change in normal body function, interpreting it as a life threatening illness – hypervigiliance followed by hypochondriasis. In addition, panic attacks lead a sufferer to expect future attacks, which may cause drastic behavioral changes in order to avoid these attacks.”
Below is a short video discussing panic disorder. (video by NHSChoices)
Dr Paul Salkovskis
Hope the above helps Mya 🙂
Saturday and sunday have become one day as I have still to “hit the pillow”. No, I have not been partying..however, a young friend from Germany needed a early morning lift to the airport so she came to stay at our apartment. We spent most of last night chatting about life and the universe.. We also had another friend come round and she is from Austria. They both shared with us what life is like for them in their respective countries. I find it fascinating hearing about the different (yet similar) lives of fellow humanity in the various parts of the world…
We showed them round our lovely Spanish village and then took them to the nearby (5 minute walk from our home) Budhist temple/Stupa, the largest in Europe. It is an enchantingly beautiful white structure. The inside is painted with scenes from Budha’s early life, enlightenment and upto death. They seemed to love it all.
The sun set soon after we walked out the stupa. We did the symbolic walk around the stupa (clockwise) 3 times and made a wish.
Beautiful music was soothing our being as we stood quietly soaking up the calming colour emanating from the vast blue Mediterranean sea in front of us. After a few minutes we watched the sky turn an amazing red colour as we turned around to face the mountains. We all stood there holding hands just wowed by the magic of the moment…
I am going to meet up with some friends later, who I have not seen for about three weeks so I am off to get a quick lunch of melon (large amount) and then off to bed to get some shut eye 🙂
Before I go I just want to let you now, that I only have access to the internet about one or two days a week at the moment and I try my best to share some of my life etc with you..
I hope you are all well. A very good friend has been under the weather and my thoughts and energy have been with her the last week.
As the years are going by I am seeing more and more the incredibly important part a well balanced childhood provides as so many people are damaged, traumatised by their childhood… Fears and anxieties are rife. And these give birth to so many destructive emotions which eventually often manifest themselves as unpleasant physical symptoms…
Amazing, I have just been presented with a large bowl of melon cubes and they are wonderfully sweeeeeet! So see you, I am off to eat and chillx
I spent many days recently in the wilderness, on my land enjoying the peace of nature and the company of a friend who I had not seen for nearly two years. He and his wife helped us tremendously to buy our land and it was a challenging time for me when they left to go and live abroad. We talked about many things. The fine heartening vibe that I sensed from him throughout our conversations was this feeling of… accepting whatever life sends ones way with a positive attitude, always looking beyond the present drama of life with care but in a detached manner.
It is with that vibe, that attitude that I share the following information:
‘The latest satellite data establishes that the North Atlantic Current (also called the North Atlantic Drift) no longer exists and along with it the Norway Current. These two warm water currents are actually part of the same system that has several names depending on where in the Atlantic Ocean it is. The entire system is a key part of the planet’s heat regulatory system; it is what keeps Ireland and the United Kingdom mostly ice-free and the Scandinavia countries from being too cold; it is what keeps the entire world from another Ice Age. This Thermohaline Circulation System is now dead in places and dying in others.’
This is the result of the gulf oil disaster according to many scientists. For those who want to know more please check out the below link:
This friend of mine introduced me to the following book:
Nonviolent communication: a language of life by Marshall B.Rosenberg
It is a good tool for developing that fine attitude to life that will help humanity to face the monumental challenges facing us.
When I was 3 years old, I spent nearly a year with an aunt and uncle who I love dearly. However at the time I had very mixed up feelings towards them. I was petrified of my aunt and loved my uncle accept when he came home drunk and violent towards my aunt.
He was orphaned at a very young age and married off when he was not ready. He and my aunt were childless and lived very very far in a place called Tinsukhia (3 at peace…) in the Far North East of India. This region is called Assam, famous for its teas.
It was not a life of three at peace. There was poverty, violence, and my broken heart. I remember feeling hungry a lot of the time… and wishing I was back home in my mother’s lap with my father’s tender gaze on me and my siblings.
In those days it took about a week to get to Tinsukhia by train from our ancestral homeland, Punjab and five days to get to my hometown in Bihar. I felt so abandoned, lost, vulnerable, alone.. words cannot explain my feelings, or sum them up. However something deep inside told me my parents had not really abandoned me and I would see them one day. But that one day seemed an eternity away.
The seed thought regarding the type of man I wanted to marry took root in my being then. My utter dislike of alcohol took seed then too.
I would recall how respectfully my parents related to one another and I felt sorry for my aunt and uncle, their unity seemed hollow, their “house” was not a home..
This period of my life was in some ways amazing too. The train journey to Assam went past the area near Darjeeling and continued along the borders with Tibet towards the East. The scenery was breathtakingly BEAUTIFUL. Assam was ok. The tribal people called the Nagas lived here. I loved watching them. They were very different to anything I had ever seen! They were very similar in appearance to the native Indians of America. Their dances and songs seem very similar to the Native people of America too. I saw a five headed snake one day as I was playing in the sand… Before anyone thinks that can´t be well my aunt saw it too before the men came and killed it… That experience made a big impression on me. There was much to be fascinated by, in this strange far off corner of India.
I spent much time just daydreaming/thinking about all the things my mother use to talk to me about daily, like: fairness, kindness, love and this very nice man called Guru Gobind Singh Ji who had died but I believed that he now lived up in the clouds along with many many good people. They watched all humans below on Earth while seated above the sky. I would daydream of flying up to the clouds with a pair of scissors ( to cut through the clouds) one day to visit them. I also dreamed of the day when I would feel my mother’s embrace.
After what seemed like years, ( 9 months) my aunt told me I was going back home. She bought many nice clothes for me and I persisted that she gets just as many nice things for my big sister who I had missed like crazy. She had knitted me a pretty red cardigan and I insisted that she knit one for my big sis too. Her´s was a stripey green cardigan. The green looked like two shades of foliage, where one shade was lit up by the sun.
Before I left, my uncle said, ” when you come back we will have a beautiful house for you to stay in.”
I have still to visit them… and yes they have a very beautiful home now and I am glad to say he put the alcohol aside decades ago after his children were born and their family have gone from strength to strength 🙂
Hi all, sorry have not given updates on various things but a hurricane of events has had me occupied along with the desire to, just be when I am not being blown away 🙂 . I have remained calm and collected in both states…though it has been difficult sometimes..
So finally here’s a few snippets of what has been going on:-
I took mms2 for 3 weeks but took very small doses, (0.5-1.5) capsules daily. I had some health benefits. The spot on my lip became flatter. The rash got better but once I stopped the mms2 it came back. It was really hot here and I just did not want to eat. For me, that meant I could not continue with my experiment because if I took mms2 with some heavy food I got no discomfort, but if I took it on an empty stomach or my normal lightweight summer diet I felt sick all day 😦
As I had stomach ulcers years ago when I took very high doses of NSAIDs for rheumatoid arthritis I decided it would be in my best health interest if I conducted this experiment again in favourable conditions.
The father of my student Max, has been on life support the last few weeks. The doctors have not made any decision..they are waiting to see if there is any improvement..
Ok as if all the drama in Max’s life was not enough … here’s what happened last week…he was staying here with a family friend while his mum went to the UK to see her mother in hospital. So, me and this friend were happily chatting away one evening sitting at our favourite local bar, me with my glass of freshly squeezed orange juice she with her “something alcoholic” when her son and my son came running to us like the wind.
Her son was crying and mine shouted ” come quickly, Max has broken his arm”. The children’s park is up a very steep hill and we legged it up there in no time. It turned out he had broken his arm and cracked his hip! My friend was panicking and said come with me when the ambulance arrived but they only allowed one adult to accompany the child!! So I went in my car with another friend as I did not know the way. Anyway he ended taking me to the wrong hospital. It was the hospital where Max’s dad is… Anyway we finally got to the right hospital and it turned out that they had already been seen to and gone back home!It was two in the morning and to add interest to my day we got lost on the way back home! Finally got home at nearly 3 in the morning!
I was impressed with the speed they saw to him but the actual hospital looked stark and devoid of warmth. The walls were white..ish and bare. It made me take stock of my habits to be honest. I am more determined than ever to continue on my healthy lifestyle as I would not wish to spend time in such a place…
The rash has got much smaller know and I have no problems sleeping. Something monumental happened when I read Lance Armstrong’s book “Every second counts”. I feel stronger at every level. I can’t explain it but I feel it…
The latest book I am reading is “Truth Vibrations” by David Icke. I will tell you what I think when I have read it all.
I heard from my friend who has lung cancer. She is feeling much better, so I have been on a “high” 🙂
Ok friends, I got to go as I have a late lunch to prepare…adiosx