Every Word Matters. What Words Are You Saying? What Effect Is Each Word Having?

November 30, 2020 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension, Food for Thought, New Posts

Words have power.  All words.

A word can have the power to bless.  A word can have the power to curse.

A word can change a mind, heal a heart, or make someone sick.

The old adage about sticks and stones doing damage, but words being unable to hurt is false.

Every word is a sound vibration, an energy with potential to uplift someone or to push them further into darkness and despair.

Whatever  you say out loud or even think to yourself, has power.

Do you stop and consider your words before you speak?

I know of people who are being made sick by all the talk about viruses and illness.  We literally can become sick by expecting to do so, by filling up with the fear of being sick, and then our body responds according to the message we gave it.

It’s true.

If you listen to the radio or TV or read/listen online to all the warnings about Covid or Flu, you can literally make your body think it’s supposed to get sick.

Your body is 70-90% water.

Water becomes imprinted with the energy of words.

Don’t believe me?  Check out the work of Dr. Emoto who photographed the effect of written words on water.

Beautiful words create beautiful, well organized patterns.

Ugly words create distorted patterns.

If you believe you’ll get sick and are afraid of catching a disease, you’re creating a distortion in your body.

So what words are you putting into your body?

What words are you putting into the bodies of other people?

A word of assurance can help someone struggling.

A word of resentment can tear someone apart and keep them from success.

To choose our words carefully, we must do the inner work.

Each time you speak, you are releasing sound vibration into the universe.  You are creating an energy with your voice, and that energy is going out into the Universe.

Even if others can’t hear the word with their ears, they can be affected by the frequency and vibration of the words you speak or write.

So are your words benevolent?  Or malevolent?  Kind?  Or harsh?  Supportive?  Or destructive?

You know . . . I don’t know what kind of a day you’re having and you don’t know what kind of a day I’m having.

When we speak to each other, we don’t really know what the other person is going through.

So isn’t it better to be kind . . . just in case the other person is having a difficult day and would be helped by what we say instead of feeling another harsh blow?

Every word you say matters.

It can help someone grow stronger or it can make them weaker.

Do you feel more powerful when you say cruel words or when you say healing words?

 

 

 

 

 

Is Today a Day for a Little More Kindness in Your Life?

November 2, 2020 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension, Food for Thought, New Posts

Don’t wait for someone else to

start the chain of kindness.

Message of self-love: speak kindly to yourself.

 

Kindness denotes gentleness, tenderness, benevolence, and consideration.

Are you considerate of your needs, feelings, and viewpoint?

Do you remember to treat yourself gently, lovingly?

Do you remember to take care of your body, mind, and spirit?

Do you remember that it’s OK and even necessary at times to put yourself first?

To start a chain of kindness, you must feel full enough of energy, peace, and love to share some kindness with someone else.

You can share with others who are feeling good, but it’s so much more generous to share with someone who is feeling cranky, irritable, or grouchy.

When someone is not in a good mood, that person really needs kindness, even if he or she isn’t able to return  kindness to you.

When you feel full of love and peace, it’s easier to react kindly to someone who doesn’t feel this way and who may be giving you a hard time.

For you to start a chain of kindness, you must remember to take care of yourself.

When did you last give yourself a [enter your first name here] Day – a day devoted to replenishing your cup of energy and well-being?

One of my best friends and “life” teacher, Georgia Whitman, was a very kind and generous person. Georgia would take a “Georgia Day” every so often. It was a day when she did only exactly what she wanted, and not one bit more. Her family had to adjust. They knew the rulers, and they obeyed them because it meant that Georgia was there for them the rest of the time.

Georgia would use her Georgia Day to take care of herself. Georgia might spend the day in bed, reading, taking a walk, soaking in the bath, meditating, or basically, doing whatever felt “right” for her that day.

She might even go into silence on a Georgia Day, which meant that everyone knew not to speak with her because she wouldn’t answer. This was not rudeness. Everyone knew the “rules” of a Georgia Day.

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If you don’t value the importance of taking care of yourself, consider that “You can’t pour from an empty cup.” If you’re not filled to overflowing, what do you have to give freely to others?

Due to all the stress we seem to be under these days, having a special day for yourself, even if it’s just once a month (although more frequently would be better) is essential to your good health, good mood, and ability to share kindness with others.

If you have small children, you may not be able to take an entire day, although that would be fabulous if you could.  Still, half a day or several hours or even an hour of peace is very worthwhile, even if you use it to catch up on missing sleep time.  A mother I knew said she could only have a break by take long baths with the bathroom door locked.  I hope you don’t have to resort to a locked door to get a break from taking care of everyone else.

So if you find yourself short-tempered and cranky, grumpy and snarly, it’s time to be KIND to yourself.  A little kindness will go a long way.

If you’re not a single parent, this might be easier to arrange.  If you are a single parent, then you might need help from a friend or family member to achieve this.

Then, if someone you’re working with or speaking with by phone or Zoom or Skype (or some other modality)  seems to be “out of sorts,” sending a little kindness their way will help both of you to feel better.

An act of kindness is never wasted.

True Happiness Is Waiting Inside You.

August 12, 2019 by  
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The test of a smile is whether your eyes are smiling, too.

The great masters teach that external objects do not bring you true happiness. You feel happy for a short time when you get something or succeed at something, but that happiness fades.

Wouldn’t it be lovely if you could feel happiness — joy — bliss all the time?

That’s possible when you learn to go within yourself and experience your true nature.

We are each the Divine Self.  Our True Self is not separate from the Divine, and the Divine resides in complete, eternal bliss.

How can you contact your True Self?

By going within.

There are many ways to learn to go within.

For some people, sitting quietly in a natural setting, outside among trees, in a garden, by a stream are all ways of connecting with the outer world.   Then, after observing quietly what is around you, you can very naturally turn within and discover what is the beauty of your inner world.

Some people learn to be focused inwards by practicing yoga or a martial art such as Tai Chi.

Meditation is a great practice to strip away all the noise in your head so you can discover the quiet spot inside.  At the Core of your Being is where your True Self and happiness reside.

Allow yourself to be drawn to The Way that resonates for you.  Spend time being with yourself  quietly and with gentle focus.

Today, the Core of your being is in your Heart Chakra or Heart Center.

When you spend time in your Heart Center, it is easier to get in touch with your inner Bliss.

Once the outer world becomes quiet, the inner world can be heard … seen … felt … experienced.

Your inner world is blissful, peaceful, and filled with delight.

Does it surprise you to learn that happiness is your natural state of being?

Many people take nearly a lifetime of rushing around out in the world before they realize that there is nothing outside themselves that will bring them true happiness.

Why take an entire lifetime seeking outside yourself that which is already inside you?

You can begin today.  All you need do is heed the call of your Heart, the call of your True Self.

So turn off your electronic devices – yes, even your cell phone – and learn to go within. There is where you will find true happiness.

 

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Harful effcts of EMF radiation.

I want to share my personal story with you.

In 2003, I broke my left ankle and had to have surgery. I had disconnected my foot completely from my leg bones.  The surgeon was an expert and a genius.  He had to use wire macrame to get some of the bone back together.

It was 6 months before I was completely out of any cast, and I did the usual physiotherapy, but one problem still remained.

When I would walk up a flight of stairs, I couldn’t get my left foot to land correctly on each step.  Either I would hit the riser of the next step, or be less than fully on the step.  The is called lack of proprioception.

It was 11 years before I found the answer for this.

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I had been taking walks around my neighborhood, and as I walked I would sometimes look up at the electrical power lines.

One day, I noticed that I could actually see the EMF radiation around the lines with my physical eyes.  This made me wonder about how those energies might be effecting me.

A friend had discovered Earthcalm, a company that makes truly amazing devices to safeguard us from EMF and other energies that are widespread in our ever more technologically controlled world.

I purchased the “whole house” device to see what this would do for me. You plug it into one outlet, and it protects your whole house and everyone living there.

The “whole house” device has 4 levels of protection, and the instructions say to start with level 1 and see how your body reacts.  Being very sensitive, this seemed like a good approach for me.

So I plugged it in and put in the level 1 piece.

One hour later, I felt my energy go up and my mind become clearer.  I was impressed.

The next day, I decided to go to level 2.  An hour after I plugged that in, my energy went up again, and my mind became even more clear.

That night, as I walked upstairs to bed, I was amazed to discover that my left foot was landing correctly on each step without any difficulty whatsoever.

All proprioception issues had disappeared, and I was only on level 2.

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What is the worth of your life in your own eyes?

April 14, 2019 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension, Food for Thought

Tiger in bliss.

 

My meditation teacher posed this question for contemplation.

My first reaction was, “Not much.”

I mentally walked away from the whole subject.

Later, I came back to it to the question, and thought, “Wait a minute.  Which part of me gave that answer?”

You already know that we have many different aspects within us, so my followup question was a valid one.

By asking this second question, I realized it was my Ego aspect responding.  The Ego is very judgmental and thinks in terms of limitation.  It sees itself as very small, and while at times it might arrogantly believe it’s the biggest and best and deserves everything, this comes from a greedy place of one-upmanship.

The Ego is filled with negativity, too.

I remember reading, many years ago, the novel called, The Good Earth, by Pearl S. Buck.  It takes place in China, in a culture where peasants were afraid of the gods.  They were taught, and taught their children, to never give a compliment or saying anything positive about a child because it might offend the jealous gods.  A jealous God had the power of life and death, and might cause the child to die.

This type of thinking comes from the Ego aspect.

So I asked myself again, “What is the worth of your life in your own eyes?”

This time, I heard my I Am Presence saying,

“You are of infinite worth because you are Infinite Consciousness.  You are completely perfect and pure, and worthy of all things, all existence.

Your life is of great value to Infinite Consciousness and to others because you are an expression of the Divine Self, a part of that One Consciousness that contains all and expresses itself through All.”

Can you feel the difference in the energy between this response and the first one?

This response feels expansive, and full of Light and Love.  In my mind’s eye, I can see it glowing.  Can you?

The importance of this experience should not be minimized.

How we react to each event in our lives is our choice,

You can choose allow the Ego is run things.

 OR

You can choose to take charge of what you think.

We can remind ourselves that the Ego is an artificial construct.  We can remind ourselves that the Ego provides a false view of who we are and of reality.

Infinite Consciousness is who we are, and that perspective expresses the Truth.

So when you ask yourself, “What is the worth of my life in my own eyes?”  what answer do you get?

Do you think in terms of how much money you earn or how many things you own?

Do you think in terms of what you look like physically?

Do you think in terms of how many friends you have or whether you are married or have children?

All thoughts like these are about the mundane world.

Your “worth” goes far beyond that, for beyond this or any lifetime.

The worth of your life is infinite, because you, the true you, is infinite.

Please enter comments and questions below.

Namaste, Nedda

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