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“How would your life change if your dream or goal manifested? ”   While answering this question may in one way may be like taking the advice of “be careful for what you ask for”  it is in fact a very powerful way to manifest an intention.

When we state an intention in the “what I want is…” tense or perhaps as “What I intend is…”  – we create a bit of distance between ourselves and the outcome we desire.  We can’t feel it in our physical body.   Our nervous system feels the ‘wanting’ but not the real time state of being.  If we can imagine how are life would be tomorrow morning once our intentions manifested feeling the feelings and imagining how our day would change, our energy system tunes into that vibration.  It then attracts that very vibration from our corner of the world wide hologram appearing as a sequence of synchronistic events, people and opportunities.

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Carolyn Winter, Holographic Coach:

Wonderful post on transitions….

Originally posted on Journeys With Oz:

camelI was late getting on board with the 26 in 52 challenge, and have just completed the Belief Repatterning. I was astonished when the belief “I am half dead” came up for clearing, and then I realized that perhaps my husband’s death three years ago had affected me at a deeper level than I had realized. This was confirmed when the family/societal belief “Only the male can provide financial security” came up next. Having begun the session with the problems I’d been having around money, this seemed almost magical.

I had also started the session with an intention that essential oils would be used for clearing, as I wanted to understand their emotional and energetic benefits better. When I muscle checked for the oil of Myrrh, that made sense, as I remember reading about how it was one of the oils used by the ancient Egyptians in their burial ceremonies…

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Comment: Mindfulness goes from fringes to mainstream, with lessons for those with alternative medicine biases

Carolyn Winter, Holographic Coach:

Do you resonate with the practice of Mindfulness? Interesting article in today’s news.

Originally posted on National Post | Life:

The trouble with being skeptical about quackish health-care fads is that it’s sometimes easy to throw out the useful baby with the nonsense bathwater. If you’ve spent much time over the years wearily explaining to people that homeopathy doesn’t work, that reiki and reflexology and naturopathy and acupuncture and chiropractic are snake-oil, you become wary. Certain buzzwords act as warning signs; your ears prick up when you hear “natural remedies,” or “Chinese medicine”, or “alternative therapy.” Anything mentioning “ayurvedic” or “chakras” is ruled out immediately.

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Oh, no. Incense. There’s a juice bar in the lobby and bhangra music playing, too. It feels like I’ve stepped into some kind of space warp. Outside, London. Inside … well, it’s hard to describe. Because, as I step further into the Light Centre, a “natural health”…

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The life of a tree

Carolyn Winter, Holographic Coach:

Interesting blog i found through my friend Jane Walker

Originally posted on Inspired And Pretty:

Sitting quietly under a tree on a beautiful Summer day, hearing the soft rustling sound of the leaves in the breeze.

Crossing an open field on a bitter cold winter’s day and taking shelter from the harsh cold wind at the edge of the forest.

Admiring birds perching in a nearby tree.

Walking a trail in the woods under a canopy of trees, feeling at peace and united with nature.

Leaning against the trunk of a tree, embracing it and sensing its healing energy flowing in.

What would we do, what would we become without trees ?  We need them to survive much more than we think we do.

One of my favourite scientist and environmentalist David Suzuki wrote, along with writer Wayne Grady, a wonderful book about the life story of a tree, from it’s beginnings as a seed and expanding through the tree’s lifetime.  Suzuki and Grady describe…

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