Cry Baby Cry

October 25, 2018

 

When you hold back your tears, you only amplify the emotions your body is trying to release through crying.

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I just recently came back home from visiting my daughter out in Seattle Washington. What a beautiful part of the country! We went camping in her tiny RV home Big Foot.

We explored Olympic National Park and the coastal region. It was pure bliss to be engulfed by nature. After we settled back to our vacation home overlooking Mount Rainier. The view was absolutely spectacular.

Every morning I woke up to the howling of wolves that were at a wildlife preserve near by and this majestic mountain. I witnessed an eagle soar down to catch a fish and an otter who graced us with her presence now and again. It was truly magical. I had tears of joy being present to all natures bounty.

However, I also had tears of sorrow, hurt and emotional pain over an encounter my daughter and I had. Some old feelings and wounds were brought up that really felt awful. We both felt the separation and disconnect from our different interpretation of an event.  My eyes filled with tears over this.  Crying is a healthy release of emotions. It releases stress and actually makes you feel better afterwards.  My baby girl is so strong, independent and and a beautiful free spirit. After expressing my hurt to her and letting her know what I was feeling, both our hearts expanded. The love poured open and tears of joy now gushed out.

You see, when you are open and honest with your feelings and able to communicate how you feel in a healthy way, you will uplift the pain and emotional bondage that keeps you blocked from the love you have to give and the love that is there for you to receive.

So if you feel like crying, let it out!

 

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Pen to Paper

April 21, 2015

There is something magical that happens every time you take a pen to paper. A connection is made between your mind and body that can not take place the same way as when you are typing on a keyboard. You see, every letter on the keyboard is pressed the same, where as when you write long hand, every letter is unique. Pen to paper, connects you to the viseral experience. I knew this, however I never did write my blogs like this until now. I was listening to a sermon by a pastor from the Riverside Church in Manhattan this past Sunday when he spoke of this experience that happens when we take pen to paper. We get to explore a deeper level of meaning within ourselves when we write this way. We unite our whole being into the relationship with ourself, our spirit, and God. Some how it’s just not the same when we just type it out. So I’ve decided to write my blogs and stories long hand first, then type them out. Writing this now, I see how my thoughts flow so much smoother. Writing seems to move my hand effortlessly. So, I suggest for you to take pen to paper and explore the deep recesses of your mind and release what ever is stored there. There is a magical sensation of freedom that happens when you do. Start writing, pick up a pen, and begin discovering the most important person in your world, YOU!

Pick up my book, How May I Serve. (aka, Karen Mathews) and visit my website http://www.monicabennett.bizwriting longhand


Magical Water

June 3, 2014

waterWater is the fundamental building block of all life. It is the driving force of all nature, and the most common substance on earth. Every living thing needs water to survive.

However it is the least understood and unappreciated by so many people. Did you know that water is intelligent and has a memory? We are water beings as much as this earth is.

Dr. Masaru Emoto developed a technique using crystals formed in frozen water and high speed photography to reveal the hidden messages in water. The shape of the water crystal changed when words, music and images were encoded on to the water crystal. If this is so, could the water in everything we eat or drink carry with it a subtle informational content that imparts a “memory” into our “water bodies”. Could the visual images that we encounter, the sounds that we hear, and our thoughts all be encoded into the water of our cells and become a part of our unconscious mind.?  What if we blessed  and loved everything and everyone? Our earth would change dramatically!

The next time you use water in any way, say thank you, thank you, thank you!

“What we know is a drop, what we don’t know is an ocean.” Sir Issac Newton


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