You’ve been hearing it everywhere. Your vibration, or the pattern of your thoughts, attitudes and actions, is what creates your reality. If you want to change what you experience then you need to change your vibration. There are a million ways to do this but here are just a few.
“The pot of water is being brought up to a boil. I think we’re losing freedoms across the board,” Johnson said.
According to the senator, there are two tipping points that the American people must be wary of: the financial tipping point and the cultural tipping point.
The financial tipping point, he explained, is when the debt crisis hits a point where world creditors will look at the U.S. and no longer loan it any money.
He considers the cultural tipping point to be the dependency and entitlement mentality to which many Americans have fallen victim.
“When we shift to a culture where people are just saying, ‘I’m happy to sit back and let the government provide me with things,’ that becomes a very dangerous point in time for this country,” Johnson said.
Calendula officinalis is a plant most often used to brighten up a garden or flower bed. It’s a popular choice because it’s pretty and is super easy to grow. But, what many people don’t know is that their pretty garden-addition is a valuable herbal remedy.
Calendula, also known as “pot marigolds” are usually a bright golden color. It is often mistaken for “common marigold” or Mexican marigold, which are very different and are members of the Tagetes genus. They don’t offer the same medicinal benefits as calendula, so it’s crucial when looking for the herbal remedy that you know what you are after.
The flowers of Calendula have been used for centuries for a variety of ailments and health problems. Some of those benefits include:
Liver, gallbladder, and uterine tonic
Calming scrapes, cuts, bites, and other minor wounds
Calendula officinalisalso has antimicrobial, antiviral, and astringent properties, and is a go-to skin treatment for many herbalists.
“Calendula is such a soothing and calming skin herb when used topically,” says herbalist Dawn Marie Dillon of Breathless Beauty. “I use Calendula in every baby soap and salve I make.”
You are loved and held safe beyond anything you can imagine.
As you live your life, know that even when everything seems like it’s falling apart, the whole world is in chaos and you can’t make sense of any of it – you are loved, and you are safe. You are with Spirit.
You are a light in the world, a light of infinite joy that can never be put out or hidden. You are a blessing born from the heart of Spirit, and so long as you remember that you can and will find peace in any situation.
As you make the meaning of your life, choosing who you want to become and how you want to affect the world around you, know that whatever you choose is perfect and valuable to Spirit.
Spirit doesn’t want you to be someone else, or your image of someone else, no matter how ‘spiritual’, ‘kind’ or ‘successful’ they appear to be.
The immense value that you hold for the world comes from you – your truth, your unique way of seeing the world, your way of being alive. Spirit loves you for you, and accepts any and all choices, values, desires and dreams that you have within you.
I saw something. There is a group of inner word beings that exist in a heaven world that are sometimes called the Tao Beings. They come from mythology, they are half-human, half- animal like the centaurs. I called them manimals (man-animals). Some are half female-half animal of course like the deer lady she has horns.
I saw an African in a vision, his head came off when he was hit by pulse. Then by sheer accident I wound up a few days later on an African Internet site, it’s the first one I have ever been on, it said a witch doctor was killed when his house blew up, hit a mysterious lightening. I said the force can come through a wall. I wasn’t expecting to see it manifest so quickly. (See here for witch doctor story.)
The mythological manimals actually exist as evolving beings in the inner world. Sometimes they appear in a dimension we call the Magical Forest, it’s a fairyland with both black and white unicorns and owls that whistle but it sounds like real words and so forth. The manimals appear just before a great victory, so seeing them this week has heartened me. They are on the side of Gaia, as we are.
To understand even a little bit about real psychiatry, versus the false picture, you have to know that someone running around the streets naked and screaming has nothing to do with a mental disorder.
If you can’t grasp that, you’ll always have a lingering sense that psychiatry is on the right track. It isn’t, and never was. Not from its earliest days, and not now, when it has the full backing and force of the federal government behind it.
Psychiatry is the kind of all-out fraud few people grasp.
In a moment of weakness and exhaustion, Allen Frances, the most famous and honored psychiatrist in America at the time (2000), understood part of it. He told Gary Greenberg of Wired Magazine, “There is no definition of a mental disorder. It’s bullshit. I mean, you just can’t define it.”
That’s on the order of the designer of the Hindenburg, looking at the burned rubble on the ground, remarking, “Well, I knew there would be a problem.”