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Slowmo on San Diego Boardwalk…another way of living!

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I just watched this delightful video about a very successful doctor who left his life of dissatisfaction and materialism and chose a life of enjoyment and aligning with the spiritual!

It’s time more people left the rat race and chose a life of what brings them joy!

We’ve been brainwashed so long, in our society, to believe in financial enslavement, then we spend the earnings on diseases, divorces, wars, and distractions, to attempt to alleviate the pain of this enslavement.

Crazy huh?

Time to wake up!!!

What brings you joy?

What are you passionate about?

What puts you in the “zone”?

What aligns you with the divine?

Go for it NOW!!!

Please share your thoughts in the comment section below.

And…go out and enJOY your weekend!

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Emmanuel Dagher: Energy Forecast March 2014 – An Unexpected Revolution

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Emmanuel Dagher: Energy Forecast March 2014 – An Unexpected Revolution.

What makes you happy? What are your dreams? What are goals you have been ready to give up on? What else is possible?

I have spent 35+ years working on, researching and attempting to fund a destination international wellness center/resort/learning center/community. My long time mission statement is “To inspire individuals to rediscover wonder and joy”. My idea about wellness goes way beyond just merely having a healthy body, as my long time career of being a holistic/spiritual therapist has shown that wellness isn’t just the absence of illness. Wellness implies the totality of emotional, mental, physical and spiritual well being. And this needs to take place within a well environment.

I have long felt that for individuals to be truly well, they need the skill set and structure of a well family, well companies, well cities, well countries and a well world. One affects the other and ripples outward. So the focus of my wellness center is to support, inspire and teach individuals, families, companies and communities what it takes to truly be well. This includes healing our water, our air, our soil, and growing healthy sustainable food; educational systems that support the individual learner in a healthy way; music, art, dance, creativity to uplift and transform; healthy communication and social skills that support healthy relationships with self and others; deep spiritual attunement that underpins the knowledge that we truly are ONE, thus we co-create a world of peace and cooperation.

I am ready to claim the fulfillment of this dream I have worked on for so long, and held in my heart since childhood.

The time is now for us to step into our power, fulfill our dreams for ourselves and the world.

So, what are you ready to bring forth?

Modern Lives

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Forr Misery

I’ve been having fun playing tourist in Prescott. Today I went to the Sharlot Hall Museum. Sharlot was self educated and very literate, becoming an author and a historian, in addition to being a ranch woman and having to keep the ranch going and care for the workers. She never married and I’m sure was thought of as quite the anomaly back then.

In reading the description of what women had to do back then…getting up before dawn, feeding the children, hand washing all the clothes, mending the clothes, making the clothes, tending the chickens and other animals, growing the garden, keeping the home clean, cooking all the meals, working until after dark and often living many miles from any other families or social engagements…it makes our lives seem like lazy ones. Granted, many women today work, and take care of the home and family, along with taking the children to all their events, but we have more modern conveniences that make cooking, cleaning and laundry much easier.

I wonder though if women today are any happier? Yes, modern appliances same time and effort, and yet, it seems like we’ve created even busier lives for ourselves, with all the driving, children with overly committed schedules, computers, I-pads, tweets and posts ..the list goes on and on.

I’m not one of those “lets go back to the old days” people, but I certainly am a proponent of moving forward to lives that are built once again in community, a closeness to nature, a closeness to family.

The photo is of Fort Misery, the oldest cabin built in Territorial AZ around 1883-64.

Walking The Path

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End of the walk

I just finished 26 weeks on my journey! No matter how many times I have the realization that I’m being guided, somehow it always seems to just sneak up on me and I go “oh yeah!”

I was in Tucson, AZ for about 9 weeks, thinking that my time would be busy re-uniting with some old friends, making a few new ones, seeing clients again, basically being more involved than I’d been during my Scottsdale, AZ time (was cleansing and purging through most of it, a very challenging time in most ways). Instead, old friends didn’t return my call or if I did get together with them, it only lasted a couple times and they, too, disappeared. I went on hikes 23 times, mostly alone and was often the only one on the trail. I gave one client massage and one client hypnotherapy session and otherwise, only did physical healing work in exchange for my place to stay and the ongoing healing work I do for the planet.

I spent most of my time alone, either with the hikes, reading, walking, being on the computer or doing spiritual work. I did make a few friends and got together with others some, but mostly it was a very quiet, alone time. When it was happening, I felt frustrated some days, wishing it would be different.

Then, while stopping in Ahwatukee, to get some work from a long time chiropractor, I realized how different I’d become since my Tucson sojourn. While in Scottsdale and getting therapy, I felt battered and bruised by many of the circumstances during my stay there, and on Tuesday, I witnessed how my confidence and self esteem had returned, I felt light, peaceful, relaxed and much more empowered. I then was able to see that my time in Tucson had been perfect, guided, exactly what I needed to release the trauma of the Scottsdale time and prepare for what is to come during my journey now.

And once again, I feel cradled in the arms of creation; watched over by Spirit’s love; and completely directed by my soul’s wisdom.