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Archive for the category “Honouring Women”

116: “Learn to relax”

Wise advice from the oldest person in the world (116): sleep plenty, eat well, take naps – learn to relax.

What a hug!

Look at this gorgeous hug from a grateful chimpanzee –

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/the-moment-jane-goodall-hugged-and-then-released-the-chimp-back-into-the-wild–151638566.html?vp=1

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…A week later I got inspired and spent the afternoon watching Beauty and the Beasts

preceded by Into the Wild – 3 segments of 60 Minutes on the great migration, the forest elephants …and the chimpanzees

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Quite a lady!

Skyfall

I thought the “Skyfall” soundtrack version was …great, but Adele’s Oscar performance, Feb 2013, is stunning. How beautiful she looks, too!

(For a contrast, here’s the Red Army Choir doing a cover of “Skyfall” just before the opening of the Sochi Games, 2014 – wow.)

And – the story behind the composing of “Skyfall.”

youtube has 21 – some beautiful songs, including “Hiding my heart” and “Lovesong.”

Then “Don’t you remember” –

where to stop!

Brave new model

Do you scour the news for inspiring, uplifting, unusual positive pieces? Here’s one I want to share with you: Jillian Mercado, a beautiful model with an unusual face – and spastic muscular distrophy. Celebrating life…

Animal communicator

A film that shows Anna Breytenbach in action – very quiet, very peaceful – and the spontaneous responses of even the most dangerous animals (abused and mistreated by humans) as they feel truly seen for the first time. Very much worth watching, while it’s available at this site:  http://www.cultureunplugged.com/documentary/watch-online/play/11936 Read more…

Meryl Streep introduces Hilary Clinton

Heart-warming, moving… Have you seen this you-tube? Read more…

Last names

I was pleased to see that my cousin’s two children – both in their forties, married, with children of their own – have chosen to do something unusual with their last names. Read more…

A pinch of salt

In Punjab there’s a saying that sums up women as useless, unimportant, non-contributing members of the family: “A pinch of salt in the dough” (aate vich loon). Girls are brought up on this saying, hearing it over and over from their mother as a reminder and a warning.

(Don’t you love the irony – the male mind misses the point that salt is absolutely essential at every moment in life! Women forget, too.)

Anyway, in a recent session on abundance issues with a young woman in India Read more…

Dreaming in a new way

From a client with a background in horse therapy, homeopathy and abused women:

Wow! Yes, shifts are occurring!

I wanted to share some more positive things that came my way… A patient of mine mentioned 2 things. First – would I be interested in doing homeopathy at a non-profit camp that helps families through holistic means including horse therapy. (I would be paid for my work.) Second – she wants to establish my company through branding me – sharing with the world my beliefs so if they believe the same they will naturally seek me out. She will do this thru website, blogging, Facebook etc. This is her passion/business and she is willing to do it for free – I said via trade.

Pretty exciting even if nothing comes through. I’m dreaming in a new way!! Including working with the trafficked women’s ministry! As I share this info with my partner, I notice the shift in him also. Thanks for investing in me, dear!

Client: CTM

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