Considering the events of this past week or so…. some respite. ~Kmk
When despair for the world grows in me
and I wake in the night at the least sound
in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be
I go and lie down where the wood drake
rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds.
I come into the peace of wild things
who do not tax their lives with forethought
of grief. I come into the presence of still water.
And I feel above me the day-blind stars
waiting with their light. For the time
I rest in the grace of the world, and am free.
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Totally on board with this quote.
“The patient must learn to take charge of his own life. Don’t take your body to the doctor as if it was a repair shop.”
Quentin Regenstein, MD
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I really hope everyone will take a few minutes to watch this! Pretty soon Walgreen’s will have her technology everywhere, ( it is already in Arizona) which is changing the face of health care…where a test will be easily accessible and tests will cost $1 and up, not $500… I hope to post more on her here. She is all over Youtube , so go there as well. Never before have I been inspired by such a young person. And here is another one.
She mentions diabetes ( briefly) in this talk.
As an aside, I found out about her and Theranos from a person that I literally just met in person about a month ago (and no, we weren’t talking about health care, we were discussing broad range ideas… about everything…leading many times to long conversations). This is someone that is also perhaps brilliant… but they simply can’t see it (yet).
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an addendum the the previous post ( about imagination) from Neville:
“Nothing has ever happened to you that you did not set in motion in your imagination”.
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“This wonder working power is to be used for anything you desire. It now penetrates your brain, and it is wherever you are. I know that Barbados is in the outer world, but I also know that I am all imagination. I know that God is Man and exists in us and we in Him; that the eternal body of Man is the Imagination, and that is God Himself. So if I – imagination – enter into an image I desire to occupy, no earthly power can stop that image from becoming an objective fact.” – Neville Goddard
And then we have what the ancient alchemists of old wrote, which is thus… and which I was so inspired by, that I had to make an image of this quote, which is written around the periphery of the “O” letter, and which holds the ” sacred bone,” which is your sacrum.
“A strong imagination penetrates and ascends into the superior heaven.
Through the force of imagination all things in the world must obey you.”
I love all the images in this series, but I think this one could be my favorite. The image almost looks the crown that a king might wear, as I see it.
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To all my followers… I am sorry I have been away and amiss. Today I was so inspired by this and had to post. Tx for reading.
Inspiration of the day… from http://www.brainpickings.org/2015/09/03/grace-paley-aging/
“The main thing is this — when you get up in the morning you must take your heart in your two hands. You must do this every morning.” and then, continuing…”
Metaphor? No, no, you can do this. In the morning, do a few little exercises for the joints, not too much. Then put your hands like a cup over and under the heart. Under the breast. He said tactfully. It’s probably easier for a man. Then talk softly, don’t yell. Under your ribs, push a little. When you wake up, you must do this massage. I mean pat, stroke a little, don’t be ashamed. Very likely no one will be watching. Then you must talk to your heart.
Say anything, but be respectful. Say — maybe say, Heart, little heart, beat softly but never forget your job, the blood. You can whisper also, Remember, remember.”
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” Yes,. English can be weird. It can be understood through tough thorough thought, though.”
~ David Burge
NB: I think a comma after ” tough” though would make the sentence better.
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