Saturday, December 31, 2005

On a more personal note....

So, the year is about to come to a close and we are all thinking about what it is that we want to change, let go of, forget. My mother always added something--I think she found it easier to add a positive to life than to take away a negative. For me, the new year seems to begin with the Winter Solstice, so I have been working on the "new year's resolution" for a bit. Mostly, I want to experience more joy. I have decided that if I am experiencing joy in my actions and choices, I will know I am in the right place. It isn't as easy as I thought, but in the last few weeks it has become smoother. Christmas was hard. My family was together in Switzerland and I was "stuck" in Porltand, on call for births that didn't come. However, there were some blessings that came: I saw my grandmother, and my cousins, and this premature baby had a healthy entry into this world, and I am getting ready to teach a childbirth class. Here are some pics of beautiful Arianna, my cousin Heather and I, and my cousins dog Scout, recently recovered from some sort of leg surgery... Happy New Year to you all!!

"Contrast helps you to identify desire. Desire is summoning. It's always flowing through you. You have the opportunity of opening to the harmony of the vibration of your desire or not. As the desires are being summoned through you, and you go with the flow, you thrive, but if you use things to be your excuse for not going with the flow, you are arguing for your limitations. We want to show you how to go with the flow. Which means nothing more than finding vibrational harmony with your own desire, and letting the Universal Energy that your desire is summoning to it flow to it through you. It is optimum creative experience." Abraham Hicks


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