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The way forward to finding our true self appears

A scientist who has a deep conviction of the dance of spirit in the physical universe, Nilsson shows how to create a personally unique and fulfilling life when you live moment-by-moment without expectations or fear.

Read The Gentle Way of the Heart and learn how to expand your authentic, gentle, kind self from which a perspective of heart-felt acceptance and forgiveness grows. Enjoy the rewards of more harmony and love in your life. From the book:

“The way forward to finding our true self appears when we are kind and gentle to others, to our surroundings and in particular to ourselves. When we are able to view the world from this perspective of heart-felt acceptance and forgiveness, everything changes, and together we create a better world filled with harmony.”

God's Message to the World: You've Got Me All Wrong, by Neale Donald Walsch (Rainbow Ridge Books), 240 pages, $16.95 — Is it possible that everything we think we know about God, and what God wants, is wrong?

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The Edge about her experience with her son

Elisa Medhus — mother of five, wife, and physician — began a journey to understand life from a spiritual perspective once her son began communicating with family, friends and visitors to the Channeling Erik blog, and she culled her experiences into the new book,

My Son and the Afterlife: Conversations from the Other Side (Beyond Words/Atria). She spoke with The Edge about her experience with her son, who was a happy boy until the age of 12 or 13, and then struggled with learning disabilities, a diagnosis of bipolar disorder and deep depression — and yet, was a very kind soul who was as loving as he was mischievous.“

I will say this to mothers,” Dr. Medhus said, “the umbilical cord stretches and stretches and stretches, but it never breaks. Even death can't break it — and your loved one, your son, your daughter are there.

They just don't have bodies — and they don't want to be forgotten. They want the relationship to continue, and there's no reason why you can't. From my standpoint, it has gotten better over time.

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Visualize it entering your body through the top

I know, sounds a little cheesy right? Turns out it works. Tree Qigong can be performed while “hugging” a tree or it can be done just standing in front of a tree.

Stand in a relaxed comfortable manner and visualize any energy blockages or problems in your body, whether physical or emotional, as dark smoky stuff. Gather it and send it down through the soles of your feet into the earth, where it can be composted and become nourishment. Then you can begin sharing energy with the tree. Smile.

Again imagine your energy going through your soles into the earth then into the tree. Energy then cycles out from the tree. Visualize it entering your body through the top of your head and washing down through your body again, energizing you and revitalizing all your internal organs. Smile.T'ai chi.

I love practicing t'ai chi and qigong, especially when I get to do them outdoors or at least some place with a view. Enjoy the benefits of these practices combined with the experience spent in nature.Gathering.

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Answers that would provide me and others with comfort

This is a story of a mother's love for her son, and how time and distance will never separate them. It also is the story of a medical doctor with a strong belief in science and a skepticism of spiritual matters — and how her perception of reality turns inside out.Elisa Medhus, M.D., author and momElisa Medhus, M.D., opens her blog,

Channeling Erik, in this way:“Erik Rune Medhus, my 20-year old son, took his own life on October 6, 2009. Since that sad and tragic day, an overwhelming sense of grief and despair propelled me into a search for answers.

Answers that would provide me and others with comfort and hope. Some of those answers came from the many books I bought, but many came from an unexpected source...Erik, himself.

Through dreams, visitations and channeling, he describes what happens during the death process, what the afterlife is like, what he does with his time there, what it feels like to be a free soul, the nature of thought and reality, the meaning of life and the human experience, as well as other matters.”

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All one has to do is grab onto the wooden handle

Some are quite dark, and many have a family of resident bats who fly around and entertain the tourists while they are swimming. One of my favorite cenotes, just a few miles from the fishing village of Puerto Morelos, has a zip line. All one has to do is grab onto the wooden handle, walk down a few steps, step bravely off the bottom step and there you go flying right out over the water.

Then at just the right moment, you let go and down you go into the cenote where your friends are waiting for you. Once I dared to do this, I just couldn't get enough of it.Many of the cenotes are filled with stalactites and stalagmites.

This makes swimming in them an amazing adventure. It's like swimming in an underwater sculpture museum. Some courageous scuba divers actually dive far into these caves and report that the beauty is incredible.

I'm sure that is true, but I'm not that brave.If I could have one wish for a very long life, it would be to live long enough to swim in every one of the glorious cenotes in the Mexican Yucatan.

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A groundbreaking exploration into the ancient concept

During the last 10,000 years, people from countries throughout the world — including China, India, Arabia, Africa, Russia and Japan — have employed the use of marijuana to treat a variety of ailments.

Initially intended to be used for the medical benefits of everyone, natural marijuana plants have successfully treated and healed many ailments. Medical Uses of Marijuana seeks to provide the truth about the loss of the legal use of this beneficial plant.

“It is not democratically fair,” author Joseph W. Jacob says, “to encourage harmful food products for people to consume while legally prohibiting the public from consuming a healthful and nutritional product.” Some of the topics covered in her latest book include: The Brain, DNA, Dreams, Light Bodies, Chakras and Kundalini.

Attendees to the sessions also sought answers to more vast topics such as: Now visionary theologian Matthew Fox and acclaimed biologist Rupert Sheldrake–pioneers in modern religious thinking and scientific theory–launch a groundbreaking exploration into the ancient concept of the angel and restore dignity, meaning, and joy to our time-honored belief in these heavenly beings.

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I almost missing that my senses are carrying

It promotes the smooth functioning of Liver Qi, helping to relieve depression. The “zhi” note (corresponding to G) belongs to the fire element, is the sound of summer, and influences the Heart.

It helps to nourish the Heart and invigorate blood flow. The “gong” note (corresponding to C) belongs to the earth element, is the sound of late summer, and strengthens the Spleen. The “shang” note (corresponding to D) belongs to the metal element, is the sound of autumn, and protects and nourishes Lung yin.

The “yu” note (corresponding to A) belongs to the water element, is the sound of winter, and helps to nourish Kidney yin, protect Kidney essence, and reduce Lung fire. Recently, three clinical studies in China tested the healing power of classical Chinese five-element music.

What am I almost missing that my senses are carrying? What is changing in what I am seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, tasting?On extended trips I emphasize one of the senses for a day. During vision day, I see in detail the contours of waves, subtle differences in ground cover plants, and how clouds shift and change in the sky.

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One exercise in her lovely book stood out

As I began to research them, I discovered strong evidence that the mandala was the perfect complement to the other two elements, and together, would form the hibernal retreat. I want to share with you the startling synchronicity sponsored by this powerful, ancient tool. During my investigations I encountered Mandalas, by Dr. Judith Cornell.

One exercise in her lovely book stood out: drawing on black paper with a white pencil. This was perfectly suited to our winter course in the Wisconsin woods, surrounded by a snow-covered forest in hibernation.

I was fascinated to discover that Carl Jung used the mandala extensively with clients, as well as in his individual healing journey. I feel this is how the ego attempts to keep out the raw intensity of wilderness.

Here there are so many motions, changes and conditions. Nature reminds the ego, “You are not in control of all this; listen and respect what is here.”To help the ego let go, I attend the sensorial experience of the present moment.



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