I’ve known of Louise Hay for some years now but only really paid attention to her in the past few months. This in reality is pretty odd, but then again this is me…odd and weird are my friends.
Part 3 of 3. Part 2 was yesterdays post.
Part 2 of 3 from the series. Part 1 was yesterdays post.
There is a line in a poem which goes: Oh what a tangled web we weave, when we first learn to deceive, by Walter Scott.
I honestly can’t remember how many times or even where I’ve seen that line, but as I sat thinking about how to start this post, it came floating from the depths of my mind. It feels like a good line to start with so I’m going with it.
As the 100th post on my blog, I’m pleased and honoured to be part of Sindy’s 11 Day Cooperative Blogging Clearing Challenge. You can read all about it here 🙂
Thoughts really can’t be quantified. I mean, one could start with a seed that germinates and grows into a huge tree or mountain, one thought linking to another forming this whole new tapestry. Some thoughts could be brought up by a person or situation or word which triggers a particular emotion within us, creating a lot of “what if” thoughts which can be nice or be full of horrors. Thoughts are there…good or bad, always there…whether we are conscious of them or not.
In her book, The Diary of a Psychic by Sonia Choquette, she shares with the reader some of the lessons that she learned from her teacher, Charlie. One of the lessons or tips that he imparts to her is that the Lord’s Prayer can be used as a way to tune the seven main chakras or energy centers with in a person.
She shares the about, but not the how.
I found it really interesting and am planning to use it as well. So I thought I’d just do a little how – to post on it 🙂
Inner Martial Arts Meditation is a 4 lesson course that teaches us the basic of our life force or Chi, how to perceive the Chi or energies that surround us and also gives the participant a set of mantras to practice daily.
It’s held at the Violet Flame and conducted by an Ishaya monk, Ishtar.
A friend of mine asked me to share with him a little on how I meditate and so I thought great way to add a post to the blog too 😉
I don’t profess to have read a lot on the art of meditation and neither am I an expert. What I do know and what I will be sharing would be my own perceptions and views of meditation and I hope that it will help someone out there to maybe start thinking of using meditation as a way of getting back to themselves 🙂
I had a wonderful opportunity to attend a Anne Jones’ workshop recently. Below is some of what I learned and wish to share with you.
Please note that this is what I understood from the lessons I learned at this workshop. I am still learning too 🙂