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Who sits on the front porch?
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Here on Earth

Most  of us have the feeling that we are here to accomplish something big in our lives, and if we haven't done something that fits the bill we may feel as if we are waiting. We may feel incomplete, or empty, as if our lives don't yet make sense to us, because they don't line up with our idea of major accomplishment. In some cases, this may be because we really are meant to do something that we haven't yet done. But in most cases, we can let ourselves off the hook with the realization that just being here, being ourselves, is enough.

Slow Yoga


Aging Gracefully

Our most important role in life is to take care of our body as a temple.  Aging gracefully means, using our intelligence to drink ample water, eat correct foods, slow down enough to stay well mentally.  We need to stay spiritually connected to God.  Sometimes we need to say no to doing too many things, pleasing others and ignoring ourselves.  Keeping a balance is using our intelligence and taking care of our emotions, staying well and aging gracefully.

Who sits on the front porch?

People don’t sit on the front porch like they used to.  It was a form of community, family bonding and reflection of the day.  Nowadays we have to schedule in a few moments of prayer, Bible reading and meditation.  

It warms my heart to see my son’s young family of 2 boys and their dog sit on the front porch, watch the boys ride bikes, play yard games and pitch the ball.  It all makes for a better family.  Make time for the front porch, back porch, patio, courtyard and seize the day!

Holy Week Footwashing

Yoga Sanctuary outdoor  Footwashing     Commenterating Holy Week, hour before Good Friday Noon Yoga, Footwashing took place in outdoor courtyard.  Beautiful time with Biblical reading, light snacks herbal teas.  Some social time, some quiet meditation. All came to a blissful time

The key to healing

It is realized that some people are stronger than others and some are appointed as vessels from God to help those they come in contact with. If a person seeks help from a “healer” they must be open to prayer and receive.  Opening the eyes to what is being shown.   Self control is a strength. Calmness is a mastery. A person must strive to get to a point where your mood doesn’t shift based on insignificant actions of someone else.  Don’t allow others to control the direction of your life. Don’t allow your emotions to over power your intelligence. Consistency is the key to the balance of life.  Create simplicity and serenity as much as possible.  Find quiet time and prayer, connecting with the Creator every day.

Reiki Healing

Reiki brings healing lightReiki is a healing experience, ridding one of blockage from past experiences.  It is refreshing and enlightening.  Book a session of Reiki and if you feel it is for you make an appointment to certify into Reiki I.  Reiki I is more or less for self healing.  Reiki II for healing of others. Reiki III is for teaching Reiki to others.
Take the step to make Reiki part of you life.  I clears the way for more prayer and meditation time.  Self healing brings self awareness and spiritual growth.