Food frequency

Energy Centres source: lawofonesociety.com   Energy, energy, to wake up, consuming, drawing from the vital field; expenditure in the life force of the border, easily unbalanced.   Respecting the balance, Not swinging too far; as the polarity reaches the ceiling of the ego, Lord of the rings- the power.   Giving it up, for something greater, For love, the greater frequency; All information and energy moves with intensity, systems change, repairing, activating, producing a mind in the centre. source: sanaview.com   Consciousness moves through tissues, noticing a mind, a mind of its’ own; second, third, fourth centre – a different … Continue reading Food frequency

Resonance

source: innovativemedicine.com   A powerful word – when two energies match to find each other, Like two guitars – one leaning on one, and one on another; when plucked, the are in tuned the same, other strings may not move.   source: noviceguitar.com   We choose the quality of belief, with the truth and beauty, or anger and hate; We choose the resonance, patiently, patiently.   A powerful principle in nature, allowing for change, with few people; Learning the language of peace, healing in their bodies, They can convey in the divine matrix.   Stronger, and stronger, in language, focusing … Continue reading Resonance

Thank your body – breathing

Source: Thankyoubody.com   Thank you for being present, Thank you for breathing; Thank you for being there, Thank you for being you.   When you struggle, I see it, When you fail to hear, I understand; When you fall, I feel your pain, When you are in need, I reach out.   Each breathe you take, you do it for us, Each time you think of oneness, you think of the Universe; By breathing in you are clearing the path, To the chaos, clutter and unnecessary waste.   There is nothing more precious on this earth than you, Nothing more … Continue reading Thank your body – breathing

The Japanese maple leaf

(pic source: The Spruce)   It came upon her like a snow flake, As she watched the autumn leaves fall; One stood out, among the green, one perfect Japanese maple 6 leaf fell to the ground. Where it came from did not matter, Taking it in her hand she returns to the kitchen; There smells of cocunut, curry mixed with greens fill her senses, With metta, so much metta. Students across the Dhamma centre sit in total silence, Nothing to be heard, yet that of an indignant fly, but even that is clouded by the silence; Sunrays penetrate through the … Continue reading The Japanese maple leaf