Sunday, January 29, 2012

And ....................Om and Om and Om AND I DON'T STOP !!!

I have been wearing my hair straight as of late, gave myself a chunky cut and I have fun molding and curling fun stuff. BUT tonight I was sore , I did PORTUGUESE clean up , heee heee on Dillon's Room Friday night and the moving of the EVERYTHING not nailed to the floor hassss to happen , ya just GOTTA !!!

But with that and to tired to move my tired Ass into any pose I went into a Eucalyptus oil shower , VArrrRRrrY nice indeed.... BUT not good when you have been moving hips in weird push beds and side tables , so on stepping out of shower WHAM the swelling set in and orange spots to purple to red to BIG ......whompppp whommp whomp!!!

so I said SCREW IT !!!!! SCREW IT!!!! NO straight ...super gel!!! and yoga pants awayyyyyyy

filled the Tub with about a foot of colder then Newt Ging-grinches heart water and soak UM LOL they now were SHOCKED!!! well I was better and ready to OM !!!!! a bit

FELT well But NO sleep till ....................BAMP BAMP BROOKLYNNNnnNNNNnnnn!!! which is 3:40ishhhhhhhh ?? no idea but I have made up my mind

I WILL NOT GO TO BED and lay there staring longer than 20 minutes depressing and I can be getting SOMETHING DONE !!!!

there is a ...........strange AURA around us lately , and It may be my own mind just being calmer more ZEN , Oh you here it everywhere from different people in different cultures and countries , "One Day I woke up, as if from dreaming and I began living " what did that mean?? what were they doing before ?? what is LIVING for these people???

well I AM Officially ONE of THOSE people

I have been dealt some very strange cards since I left ATTLEBORO MASS in 1996,

But here is what I used when I owned Sage Dreams , which my husband insists I start up again , ( Women's Mediatation and prayer workshops)

hope you find it helpful !

A simple life has a different meaning and a different value for every person. For me, it means eliminating all but the essential, eschewing chaos for peace, and spending your time doing what’s important to you.

It means getting rid of many of the things you do so you can spend time with people you love and do the things you love. It means getting rid of the clutter so you are left with only that which gives you value.

However, getting to simplicity isn’t always a simple process. It’s a journey, not a destination, and it can often be a journey of two steps forward, and one backward.

If you’re interested in simplifying your life, this is a great starter’s guide (if you’re not interested, move on).

The Short List
For the cynics who say that the list below is too long, there are really only two steps to simplifying:

Identify what’s most important to you.
Eliminate everything else.
Of course, that’s not terribly useful unless you can see how to apply that to different areas of your life, so I present to you the Long List.

The Long List
There can be no step-by-step guide to simplifying your life, but I’ve compiled an incomplete list of ideas that should help anyone trying to find the simple life. Not every tip will work for you — choose the ones that appeal and apply to your life.

One important note: this list will be criticized for being too complicated, especially as it provides a bunch of links. Don’t stress out about all of that. Just choose one at a time, and focus on that. When you’re done with that, focus on the next thing.

Free up time. Find ways to free up time for the important stuff. That means eliminating the stuff you don’t like, cutting back on time wasters, and making room for what you want to do.

Do what you love. Once you’ve freed up some time, be sure to spend that extra time doing things you love. Go back to your list of 4-5 important things. Do those, and nothing else. Read more.

Spend time with people you love. Again, the list of 4-5 important things probably contains some of the people you love (if not, you may want to re-evaluate). Whether those people are a spouse, a partner, children, parents, other family, best friends, or whoever, find time to do things with them, talk to them, be intimate with them (not necessarily in sexual ways).

Be present. These two words can make a huge difference in simplifying your life. Living here and now, in the moment, keeps you aware of life, of what is going on around you and within you. It does wonders for your sanity. Read tips on how to do it.

Find inner simplicity. I have found that spending a little time with my inner self creates a peaceful simplicity rather than a chaotic confusion. This could be time praying or communing with God, or time spent meditating or journaling or getting to know yourself, or time spent in nature. However you do it, working on your inner self is worth the time.