Tag Archive | physical body

Waking up in the physical body

Waking up in the physical body


Dearest readers, I have been wondering how the ascension process pertains to the feminine and to our choice to incarnate on Earth in a physical body. People who publish articles and videos on-line about the ascension process explain that Gaia or our home planet Earth has consciously decided to “ascend”. This means that the planet […]

Master number 44: humanity in balance


Dearest readers, This post streams from a string of very personal events that occurred over a period of many years, including a dream, a vision, and a sense of knowing following my viewing of two videos. All are connected to the divine feminine incarnation of unity. I’ve come to call her Emmanuela, but today I […]

Grounded!


Hello readers, You’re grounded!  That could be a punishing sentence, or a compliment.  I don’t recall every being grounded as a child – in either sense of the word.  Sometimes I feel I am drawn to spiritual realms because I don’t feel quite at home in the meat of life and human interactions here on […]

Love and Being (in a physical body)


Hello readers, I suppose I am moderately obsessed with trying to understand my purpose in life.  This nagging feeling that I have something important that I must contribute keeps me from being contented at simply functioning as an employee.  Currently, I am reading a book about astral projection – or being in the real through […]

Some Thoughts on the Power of Fear and Negativity…and How to Go Beyond


Hello readers, While I was rinsing some beans at my kitchen sink the other evening, the thought came into my mind that the many stressful challenges and “negative” experiences that have peppered my life were expressly chosen by me before coming to this Earth and this lifetime for a specific purpose.  I often wonder why […]

Healing Through Social Media


http://www.cnn.com/2012/11/25/opinion/iaconesi-cure-open-source/index.html?hpt=hp_c1 Dear readers, Please read the article (see above link) on CNN.com, if you have not already.  Salvatore Iaconesi, pictured above, was recently diagnosed with brain cancer.  As an artist, computer geek, and creative individual with a strong sense of personal and communal responsibility, he decided to open up his personal life and medical files […]

Heart Is Where Home Is


When I was a little girl, I often felt that I originated from a different planet.  Earth did not feel like my home.  At least the family in which I had landed did not make me feel as if I belonged to them and that they belonged to me.  And so began a life-long quest […]

Dust of the Earth: the Spiritual Meaning of Living in a Body


Hello readers, Recently, I haven’t been writing as much because my body has been occupying my attention.  More specifically, the center part of my body, which would correspond to the third chakra in Ayurvedic medicine.  According to Carolyn Myss (author of Anatomy of the Spirit, among other titles), the third chakra corresponds to the value […]

Musings on the future of health


Hello readers.  I don’t know how you all feel about your health and the choices available as far as what to buy, how to prepare it, and what constitutes a healthy diet for yourself and your family.  As a library employee, in addition to the Internet, I have ready access to a lot of information.  […]

On Aging: Embracing or Recreating Our Bodies?


I recently dreamed that I looked into a mirror, and the top part of my hair, from the crown to my ears, was snow white.  The remainder of my hair was its usual dark brown, variegated with blondish, reddish curly strands.  It seemed as if the dream and my hair were posing a question and […]

A Possible Benefit of Science and Technology


I have never failed to be disappointed by people and by life, but I probably have failed at pretty much everything else I have undertaken by my own standards.  Basically, my standards are often and have been skewed, unrealistic, and self-defeating.  I do often feel measures of joy, as a limited human being in the […]

Mirror, Mirror: On Relationship


Double self-portrait as child and adult from Brooklyn Art Library Sketchbook Project 2012 Mirror, mirror on the wall, do you read me at all? A man who works as a therapist and couples counselor told me that “we don’t need people, but we do need relationships”.  It sounds like a self-defeating statement, until you start […]