Here it is less than 2 weeks before Christmas, and I finally have a chance to sit down and breathe again. WOW! What a year! I know I’m not the only one who feels that life continues to speed up at a phenomenal rate. Most of the folks I talk to and work with feel the same way. In fact, just last night, someone said that time itself is speeding up. Speaking of last night,
I attended an event last night which included a special type of drum circle / healing service called a “Drum Washing”. Essentially, a group of us stood around a person sitting in the center of the circle and drummed, aiming the vibrations of the drum towards the person receiving the healing energies. Here is the recording of the drumming parts, edited for continuity. Enjoy!
As much as I love meditation and the results it creates, I have to warn you about meditating too much. It just isn’t healthy. And the problem I’m referring to affects more people than you might expect. In fact, everyone who has ever said, “I’m too old for this” has already been affected. You see, one of the fundamental principles of life is that living things adapt to their environments. Have you ever noticed how
We all already know that when we feel better physically, we are able to work harder and for longer periods of time. There’s more going on here than just that, however, since when we feel better, we are also more willing to take the time to think things through in order to make wiser choices. I know that when I used to feel tired and run down most of the time, I didn’t spend a
I’ll share with you a simple process you can use to wipe away the turmoil and strife of modern living. Each year, it seems the pace of life gets faster and faster, making it harder and harder to keep up. As a result, most people feel an ever-increasing level of stress. Despite the fact that we know stress kills, we generally feel compelled to continue the treadmill of work, work, work. Eliminating stress from our
Most of us have heard stories about how some little old lady lifted a car when someone she loved was trapped underneath. In all cases, the event was a 1-shot deal and could not be repeated without the surge of adrenaline powering the superhuman feat of strength. Yes, the body is capable of doing a lot more than we normally believe it can. But how do we change what we believe so we can break
Most people think of healing only when they are sick or injured, yet the process of directing healing energy into the body will provide far more benefits than simple corrective action. Most of us scramble through life, trying to juggle hundred of tasks as part of our careers and pushing our bodies past all reasonable limits to keep up the pace. Rarely do any of us take vacations from our jobs, and when we do,