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Her hair was shaved on the sides into a long mohawk. Looking like a young punk rocker, her bright blue eyes looked up at me. " You look so familiar to me. Do we know each other? " She stood up and was a little over six feet tall.
I smiled, "You don't have a New York accent. I am going to guess you are from the West Coast. California, somewhere around L.A."
"Pretty good guess. I am from L.A. My friends call me Cat," she replied.
"The last time I saw you, if I remember correctly, you were a young model at the Mercedes Benz fashion show about six years ago. I think you were... (more)
The holiday love storm known as Valentine's Day tosses up cupid and the subject of love in our face every year. As a result, our heartfelt emotions get twisted in patterns of thought regarding the abundance of love or lack of love in our lives. In the midst of these winds of change, when our love life rolls through our hearts like a hail filled hurricane, choose to stand in the eye of the storm. Maybe it is the opposite, maybe love has not passed through your life in years and you are waiting for the faintest breeze of your Prince or Princess charming to blow through before you faint from years... (more)
...relationships with their 'divine' in a much more powerful and personally intimate way. The evening culminated with Deeksha, in which people who were 'blessing givers' went person to person, placing their hands on the crown chakra and 'blessing' each individual with unconditional love, healing and mercy. When the blessing giver came over and placed her hands upon my head, I could feel a warmth travel through my body into my heart and the tears began to stream down my face.
One of the blessing givers who stood over me that night was a trainer for the Oneness retreat. The next... (more)
...pressures that result. New pain pathways can develop that are her body’s way to alerting her to the “danger” her husband poses to her. The pain is caused by nerve pathways in the absence of a physical disease process.
The third part of the book is a comprehensive guide to healing chronic pain. There is a 4-week program designed to help people fix their lives and stop their pain. Therapeutic writing exercises form a powerful tool to uncover stressful situations and cope with them better. A meditation CD is included and guides the reader towards changing the pain... (more)
theres a pain deep inside. although it trys to hide, its still stuck in your mind. if you see it, close your eyes, its something you would rather not find. it is so alive, but you want it to die, but it stays there on the side. it hunts you down, everytime bringing a frown. its like the color brown; a bunch of colors mixed together but its to late to fix, its all part of its fate. its served on a plate, and no matter how much you hate it, its still there. you try to throw it away, but it wont slip off the plate. you have no choise but to eat it, to deal with it. you feel it slime inside of you.... (more)
...the wounds we have inflicted upon other nations in our quest for material gain and let go of outdated belief systems, outdated methods of abusive economic prosperity and re-invent who we are as a Nation and as the individual people of this Great Nation?
In order to manifest change and healing we must be willing to accept, 'Where we are responsible as a Nation and as Individuals in creating the Problems and Wounds in regards to the current state of World Affairs; war, social injustices, poverty, manufacturing abuses, famine, pollution, oppression, corruption and greed.' If we... (more)
I was lucky enough to get Sheryl to agree to an interview with me. Here's what she had to say:
1. What is the latest book or movie that made you cry?
The Secret Life of Bees.
2. What fictional character is most like you?
Lily Briscoe in “To the Lighthouse.” I identify with her as an artist who looks at an empty canvas and think how I can make a work of art out of nothing.
3. What is the greatest album ever?
Very hard question because I want to say Michael Jackson’s Thriller or Bob Marley’s Exodus.
4. Ok, Star Trek, Star Wars, Lord of the... (more)
... sometimes like the phoenix, we allow the past to burn away and begin anew. It is difficult to step out on faith but sometimes, it is exactly what we must do, to allow our future to unfold in a way we may have inhibited ourselves before...creating the space for us to know love in a profound and healing way. The women I know have a unique knack for collecting memories of lovers and friends past, attempting to reminisce when they really should be moving forward. They file these memories away into an active internal catalog, while I usually put mine in the basement to collect cob webs and... (more)