Where Have I Been?

November 1, 2012 by  
Filed under Nedda, New Posts


Taking Stock with Appreciation and Gratitude

So you might be wondering where I’ve been recently.  Maybe you’re wondering where you are, yourself?  So here on November 1, 2012, I’m going to take a moment to take stock.

From the mundane perspective, since the end of September, I’ve been

  • Raising and integrating a baby kitten – she’s now 4.5 weeks older than when she arrived and 4 times bigger, too.  This was a full-time job, and is coming along miraculously quickly.
  • Upgrading my computer from Windows XP to Windows 7 last week and this week – an excruciating experience, by the way.
  • Falling on my face with exhaustion from all that I’ve been doing and exhaustion magnified 100 times by the last humoungous solar flare that was beyond NASA’s ability to measure (that was just last week).
  • Recovering from a low-grade lung infection.
  • Moving through whatever Sandy the Superstorm would bring – fortunately, never lost electricity and all my trees are upright.

Since last Saturday, I’ve been mostly resting and healing myself.  Halloween is now over, November is here, and I’m trying to figure out where I am.

Yesterday, a friend who usually avoids spiritual activities unless dragged into it by his wife, looked at me and said, “You look terrible.  Are you meditating?”

From Bob Kane, of Kane’s Market in Simsbury, Connecticut, that was an amazing question.  Still, he hit it on the mark.  Meditation is a powerful tool for resting the physical body, clearing the mind, and healing all levels.  Plus it moves us along on our spiritual path.  It is subtle and easy.  The hard part is getting ourselves to sit down and spend 20 minutes receiving the blessings of this ancient and power ful technique.

So I went home from the market and put the food away and meditated.  It felt great and I felt better.  Hmmm.  Time to put that back into my schedule – 20 minutes twice a day – and the magic is all MINE!

So here’s my “good news” for November 1:

Meditation is a priority – I’m commiting myself to this gift on a daily basis.

Frontpage 2003 WORKS WITH WINDOWS 7!  Big horray, since I don’t have to completely redesign the 60 pages of my RAYS website with new software!

We got through Sandy Storm with no damage and electricity on, which meant I had some time to rest, heal, and to figure out Windows 7 and the 2010 version of MS Office Professional.

I FOUND ALL MY OLD EMAIL MESSAGES which had been lost since last Thursday.

Feline integration is going gang-busters (more details of this story in more blogs dedicated to this experience).

My body is healing and becoming more rested.

Appreciation and gratitude abounding

for all these blessings.




Love and blessings and prayers for rapid healing and recovery of the East Coast cities, towns, trees, animals, and people – all 9 million of them, who are still involved in cleanup and rebuilding from Sandy Storm, and also for those digging out from 2+ feet of snow that Sandy spread in the inland states and Canada.

Love and blessings to all my clients, friends, colleagues, and family who continue to support me and appreciate my work.

Namaste (the God in me honors the God in you),

P.S. – If you’ve been on my private Ascension Mailing List – please note that I did lose my entire addressbook in the upgrade to Windows 7, so if you want to receive those mailings, please email me at neddaw@sbcglobal.net and request that I add you to the new list I’m creating.

Tree Wisdom

March 10, 2012 by  
Filed under Animal Communication, New Posts


Guest Blog by Paloma Baertschi-Herrera

A tree with a message.

Trees can live much longer lifetimes than humans, and have consciousness and wisdom to share.  If you are developing your telepathic skills, I encourage you to speak with some of the trees in your area.  You may be amazed at what they have to teach us.  I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

Namaste, Nedda

This morning as I was walking through the garden, being grateful for the new day and was saying good morning to the plants and trees, I heard a phrase from one of the trees: “Take every day and make the best of it.”

I wanted to know what to “make the best of the day” meant for the tree and it said: “The best is the same for everybody but it looks different.”

“What is the best for you.” I asked.

“To adapt to the environment and the weather in order to grow optimally. Optimal growth is the goal of every life. In order to grow optimally there have to be also phases of rest in between. Growth and rest do need to alternate in order to keep the balance.”

I tried to tranfer that thought into my life and I asked: “So when I sit down and watch TV I could say this is rest, couldn’t I?”

I did know of course that the tree did not know what TV was and so I did not really expect any answer but I received a counter question: “Does your body and mind recover when you watch TV?”

Oops..that was an interesting question I had never asked myself. “No, not really because I am focused on what I am watching and emotionally involved due to different reasons for example because it is thrilling, I am interested, I cannot believe it or whatever.”

“Then you cannot value it as a quiet and rest period. Does it help you for your optimal growth?”

“No, not either.”

“Why are you doing it then?”

I had to think about the answer…”Because it takes me into another world.”

“What is it you don’t like about your world?” Asked the tree.

Hmmm…this is developing into a very interesting conversation…  “Sometimes you just want to escape reality and have a look at other worlds.”

“Why don’t you meditate then? Meditation is another way of discovering other worlds and at the same time to grow. When you meditate you expand your awareness and perception. This helps you in your growth.”

“Wow, I never thought about it that way.  Thanks a lot for your words and I will definitely think about it the next time I want to put on the TV. Some other issues are clear to me now as well in respect to my thoughts.”

“You are welcome, anytime. I am happy I could help.”

Love and Peace