Let Go and Move On!
I think a lot of people struggle with negative thoughts and feelings that not only hold them back but wear them down, make them ill, angry, depressed and sad, and prevent them from living a life of joy. Once you understand that the past is truly passed and that it does not need to hold you back if you are willing to 'Let go, let God'... you can free yourself from so much negative baggage that simply does not serve you.
Releasing &… Continue
Added by Maria McMahon on October 8, 2014 at 2:17am —
I belong to a fabulous Mom’s group! I am also one of eleven on the Leadership Committee for that group. The eleven of us have been trying to live intentionally with "JOY" as our focus this year. That tiny 3-letter word, JOY, has so much power! Our goal is to find joy in the normal, the everyday, the frustrating,… Continue
Added by Deanna on February 20, 2012 at 9:17am —
I wrote a story recently that is my new favorite story!!! Oh how VERY cool this would be!!! :) Continue
I got into this wonderful room that holds all my memories from my past...as well as any and all sentimental items from my past. I go in and pick up my Rubik's Cube. I make a checkerboard design on it and put it down. I see Wicket sitting on a rocking chair....and with a glad cry I pick him up...sit down...and hold him while rocking. I squeeze him tightly...oh how much I love…
Added by Christine on June 12, 2011 at 3:59pm —
Politicians have famously poor memories for their mistakes and misdeeds. During Reagan’s presidency, testified that he could not remember any involvement in the Iran-Contra affair. President Clinton [...] Continue Reading…
Added by Annaly Curzon on June 6, 2009 at 6:32pm —
In my last post, I wrote about experiences that I don't like to think about that much. In many ways, I wish those events had never happened. I was hesitant to write about them at all, and today, I thought about deleting that post. Those events did happen, however, and resisting my memories of them only makes the memories and the feelings associated with them stronger. One way of dealing with memories is to use the holistic releasing developed by Sedona Training… Continue
Added by Carl Norman on May 13, 2009 at 10:00pm —
From the perspective of The Sedona Method
, there are no problems in this moment. Problems exist only as memories. For example, suppose I see myself as shy in certain social situations. For that to be a problem, I have to remember times when I acted or felt shy in those situations. In this moment, shyness or being shy does not exist.
The same is true of habits. Right now, in this moment, I have no bad habits. For me to have a problem with habits, I… Continue
Added by Carl Norman on May 9, 2009 at 9:00pm —
By Dr. Ian Stevenson's book Reincarnation and Biology Vol I
Dr. Ian Stevenson has been the head of the Department of Psychiatric Medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia.
"Each of the cases that I describe has individual strengths, and most have also some important weaknesses. I believe that the recurrence of certain features that are reported (in varying proportions in different… Continue
Added by Abelia on February 24, 2009 at 6:34am —
Basic features of the behaviors associated with memories of past lives in children:
The three areas on which the identification of the most complete and verifiable cases are:
Schemes of information: data that provide the child about people and places known to a deceased person and apparently unknowable for the child.
Behavioral skills that children have not been able to learn in this life by normal means and that were characteristic of the… Continue
Added by Abelia on February 2, 2009 at 5:36pm —
trace heart impressions
of self expression
into grains of emotion
watering soul with love
creating sand castle dreams
of make believe.
White crystals in sunshine
sun rays heating up spirit
embracing warmth on the horizon
sky of pastel color paints vision
brush stroking memories into shells of time
along the seashore of imagination.
Shelly Wiseberg, 2008
Added by Shelly Wiseberg on November 26, 2008 at 7:13am —
There is a kind of relentless insistence to the passage of time. Something which becomes all to obvious to those of us that are over 50. Many people report that as they age time really does seem to speed up. This is of course an illusion since it's clear that in the ordinary and temporal world of our daily experience time is constant. Atomic clocks keep an official account of the passage of time measured against the precision of the exact vibrations of cesium atoms.
How we experience… Continue
Added by Marvin Double on May 6, 2008 at 10:34am —