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The Loss Of A Father

September 6, 2020

The moral of this story is fathers are important for women to have because they really do impact daughters on so many levels. If you are a good man who wants to love a woman that never had a father understand they don’t expect you to come through, they won’t trust your words only your actions, and your broken promises will hurt tenfold. If you can’t fully be there don’t go.

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Planetary Remedies

Planetary Remedies

June 22, 2020

Consult with your Vedic Astrologer for individual remedies for gemstones as these can be very powerful. Gemstones should always be new and not previously own or worn by anyone else. You do not want to constantly be connecting with another person’s karma. Backings should be open so gemstones touch the skin, otherwise, they will have little effect. Doing other remedies below on a regular basis and with proper intention can yield results stronger than wearing gemstones as focused alignment and devotion can surpass all. When you find you are chanting a mantra internally without prompting is when it has gone deep and is creating great internal shifts.

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Hot Air Ballooning

Hot Air Ballooning

May 8, 2020

Ballooning was developed in the 1700s and has since become a passion for all ages in communing with nature. “A balloon is like a leaf on a stream, buffeted and swirled in every eddy, uncontrollable except in altitude: a willing victim of the movement of invisible forces.”

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The Fine Art of of Not Caring - Your Time

The Fine Art of of Not Caring

November 12, 2019

One of the nicest gifts that comes with aging is just not giving a fuck about a ton of things. An easy example, when I hear something new about how we’re destroying the planet, and yes I care, I turn the stress meter down just a tad when I hear the dates and firmly know I’ll be ashes in the wind. That doesn’t mean I stop taking care of the planet, I do my part but know I won’t be here. Since I made the best decision ever not to have children, well I just try to let it go just a bit and know all I can do is the best I can while I’m still here.

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What an Honor

What an Honor

November 11, 2019

I write these words on Veterans Day, it’s hard not to reflect on this day since I am a Veteran and so was my father. I was born on an Army base, never seemed in the least bit odd to me growing up. While I didn’t get the pleasure of being a traditional military brat, I have had my whole life intertwined with it in one way or another. My father didn’t fare too well with his two enlistments in the Army, in the end, he was 100% disabled. That’s the man I grew up knowing and visiting at the VA Hospital. I spent many a birthday there, creating a few triggers for me.

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The Compounding of Loss, Grief, and the Dominoes of Death

The Compounding of Loss, Grief, and the Dominoes of Death

November 9, 2019

It’s not like people haven’t died your whole life, they have. It’s just they seem far and few between and you were younger and stronger so that didn’t seem real. You were out there in life attacking it with all the gusto that you have in your twenties and thirties.  Then in your late forties early fifties, around the time of menopause, they start dying in bulk. You don’t know it at the time that it’s the first domino in a long train of loss.

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