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Originally Posted by sphinxie View Post

Immigration is my nerve-wracking manifestation. It has helped so much to look back and see that the stuff that was an anxiety trigger in the past, all those projects turned out fine and besides the anxiety it was mostly easy. Also getting signs saying "You really want this, you will get it, just get clear on EASE."

Anyway the joke is, I'd gotten in the mail this letter that said "We do not have enough information to process your medical examination. Please take this sealed envelope to your doctor." Could hardly be better designed to freak me out.
Are you immigrating to or from Vancouver? We just moved to Langley, BC from Washington (originally from St. Louis, MO) and we had that same letter. DH had to retake a blood test, all fine. Feel free to PM me if you have any immigrating questions or whatever. It won't be long now!
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Originally Posted by chasmyn View Post
Are you immigrating to or from Vancouver? We just moved to Langley, BC from Washington (originally from St. Louis, MO) and we had that same letter. DH had to retake a blood test, all fine. Feel free to PM me if you have any immigrating questions or whatever. It won't be long now!
To Vancouver, spousal. Thanks

Hey, would you guys recommend a switchword for greater ease, besides HO?

ETA: I also want to get clear on ease & then think about some financial issues, somewhere along the line, will probably be posting about that in a month
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Originally Posted by MyLittleWonders View Post
Have you had your amino acid levels checked? I would highly recommend it if not (I've been totally skimming this thread lately - I have been trying to stay away from the computer during the day but then there's too much to catch up on when I come back. Anyway, I had my aminos tested through MetaMetrix. A physician of some sort has to order the test (my chiropractor did it for me; otherwise my mw was going to do it), and it's a "bloodspot" test, so you can do it at home with a finger prick. Anyways ... I was shocked at how significantly low my levels were. They also refer you to a compounding pharmacy that custom blends a supplement. If you think it might help, I would highly recommend the entire process.
Yes, me too. I take an amino blend (sometimes) but not a customized one. DD takes a custom one though.

Look for Gale Force - find some posts by her and click her link. She's written a book about healing from depression and you can sign up for her newsletter.

Pretty sure she posted on the LoA manifesting tree thread.
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I'm about to sign off but wanted to say that tonight was dd's first night without nursing to sleep. We went and got her a special cup for regular milk (rice or almond - both of which she hates.)

She just fell asleep and only asked to nurse one time. She did cry though and said she wanted to "wake up."

I have such bittersweet feelings about it all. I know it's the right time but I'm still kind of sad.
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OK, stale multiquoting alert!

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Originally Posted by MsChatsAlot View Post
Then I would talk about it sometimes with friends (within earshot of my child) that we were still nursing, but have agreed we'd both be done by May, etc. and act like it was happening. (I guess I was using LoA without even realizing it).

My oldest son had chosen the end of June and he finished nursing July 2. My younger son was a bit reluctant, but he finished a few days before the actual end date.
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Originally Posted by Momtwice View Post
On this thread I suggested several books that might help someone who is weaning or nursing a 3 year old
(the thread is about nightweaning a 3 year old)
http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=638837
When I wrote the nightweaningstory for ds, I read it to him a number of times over about three weeks. He certainly wasn't ready at the beginning of that time, but over the three weeks he gradually got used to the idea. Also, he'd been saying he wanted a boat, so in the story he got a boat when he went all night without nursing! He got one IRL too.



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Originally Posted by Zannalyn View Post
OK, that does it. I am definitely manifesting Holosync for myself. AND the time in which to use it. I've been enjoying this discussion, with all the personal experiences, and especially Amris's detailed description of the support phone calls... now I know I'm not just falling for a good sales pitch. I liked the demo... it just felt really really good and his voice was a minor annoyance, like a fly buzzing I've not had luck with meditating before, but this could be really good for me, I think.
It's wonderful! A helpful hint: if you send off for the demo, but then don't order right away, about 4 weeks later they email you a "bribe" offer with all kinds of extra free stuff! I'm so happy I manifested this!

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I let my child listen to the Holosync demo. I was hoping it would help, since he has a tendency to bounce off the walls. I intended to order the system myself but I do have regular migraines so now I don't know. I'm also not sure I felt anything during the demo, aside from being quite relaxed. Has anyone else not experienced anything during the demo, but felt that the CDs themselves were worthwhile?
Sorry, I managed to erase who said this, but I talked to Holosynv support today and here's what they said:

1) Not recommended for children, because it's powerful stuff, and they're still undergoing a lot of neurological development which it's best not to intefere with (ds was very peeved when i told him this). Having said that, he said some people have used it against their recommendation with kids who have serious problems or are on the AS, for example - he doesn't know how that turned out.

2) There is no advisory that people who have migraines should not use Holosync. People who are prone to headaches may find that their resistance to stuff that comes up may manfiest as headaches, however. This usually stops as whatever it is that's coming up is processed. The only p[eople that they recommend should NOT use Holosync (apart from kids, as above) is people who have had psychotic episodes in the past, because such people may not be able to process stuff in an integrated way (which is why they would be psychotic in the first place).

3) It says all over the support materials that just because you're not "feeling something", that doesn't mean that stuff is not happening. You get progress over time with how your life feels in general, but everyone experiences the product differently.

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Originally Posted by MsChatsAlot View Post
Okay...I'm not too up on technology...so I'm hoping this link works so you can see my new *do*. Please ignore the dorky look on my face. It's a self portrait! (My 5 yo jammed out on me).

http://s169.photobucket.com/albums/u...current=Me.jpg
I'm way behind here, but I love it! It's so cute and flirty!

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Originally Posted by KoalaMama View Post
[re MCAL and ex taking boys to game]This is really wonderful. Not just the manifesting part (which rocks!) but how beautiful this family picture feels to me. Growing up, my parents (divorced when I was three) were at war. I have since known people that still have a family relationship even when not together, and it has been a wonderful healing experience for me to see that. Good, good, good for you! Your kids are very lucky to be blessed with such wise parents. (Not that I don't love my own parents! But it's a lot more work figuring this stuff out later!)
Dh and his ex had shared custody of dss (who's now 24). They live less thatn a mile apart and they eally worked at it - always celebrated his birthday and religious holidays together, for example. At dss's bar mitvah the rabbi said to them, "Well, the marriage may not have worked, but you certainly made the divorce work!" At one point we were all interviewed on Good Morning America and his ex said, "You have to decide if you hate your ex-spouse more than you love your kids." DH also paid full custody support to her even though he was an equaltime parent (have I mentioned lately that he's a mensch? ).

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Originally Posted by KoalaMama View Post
I thought I'd share this fantastic Abraham-Hicks quote on money:

"Money will expand proportionate to the ideas that you have about that which you want to utilize it on. So the more you’re out mixing it up in the world, and the more you are looking around for the things that you would like to exchange money for, the more money will begin to flow into your experience. That is a powerful understanding. Money is unlimited because energy is unlimited, and money is only a byproduct of energy."

Can you feel how perfect that is?!!
I LOVE this! Thank you so much for posting it!

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Originally Posted by MsChatsAlot View Post
Anyway...I decided that this week I would do that...look for the positive in myself. Then, I pop on over to the thread that first won my heart at MDC, single parenting, and one of my dear friends created a thread asking us what makes us fabulous!

Talk about a way to boost myself a ton! First of all, reading most of these single moms (many of whom I've seen come so far since their first days to our forum) point out their strengths....but then to write my own....I swear I was buzzing for 2 days just on that alone.

So, if you feel a bit of a slump coming on...ask yourself, "What Makes Me Fabulous". I think it's a brilliant question and really got me buzzing again.

No wonder I had such a great day again today!!!
That's a great idea! I'm going to do this!

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Originally Posted by *Devon* View Post
Hey Penny (catgirl) -- I didn't get the HAUL you got, but while decluttering yesterday I found $28.51 in Gap gift cards!!! Sweet.
Cool! Enjoy using it!


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Originally Posted by hannahi View Post
Good morning!

I read the last few posts, and I wanted to compliment Ms Chats a lot on the new 'do!

I hope you don't mind if I cross-post this from the Money & Abundance thread.

I've been thinking a lot about gratitude. I think it's truly one of the keys to an abundant life. I re-read a gratitude journal that I started seven years ago when I was a newlywed. It made me realize how little it requires for a person to be happy
Hannahi I totally agree!
http://manifestingmuse.blogspot.com/...e-and-loa.html
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Originally Posted by captain crunchy View Post
I'm manifesting finishing my LOA primer, because it is also the basis for any LOA seminars or speaking engagements that I do -- which I would love to do, not just for the money which is great in itself, but I feel like I am a crazy good public speaker (modest too ) and I really think it would flow so well in front of a *live* group --

*inspiration*



OK, that's from two days agao...now to the window I started yesterday!
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Originally Posted by WuWei View Post
My Grandma died Sunday, and the funeral was Tuesday. Her great-grandson always called her after his little league baseball game to give her an update. He played a game late Tuesday afternoon, after the funeral. It started sprinkling mid-game and the family saw a complete rainbow right over the ball field, as if it were a message of love from Grandma.

Pat
What a beautiful story/ Thank you fro sharing that.

Ds asked me when he was about 5 "How do we die?" I told him people have different ideas about that, but I thought it was like being born. Before you're bron it might seem scary to leave the womb, but once you get out there's a whole beautiful world to be discovered.

There's a beautiful children's book called "A Mountain in Tibet" , written from a reincarnation point of view. He loves that too, although it's not an idea he's heard from us.
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Originally Posted by memiles View Post
Morning, ladies!

I

It was like a light bulb turned on and I saw exactly what had happend. I said out loud "Certification is not important, clients will hire me anyway". I layed in bed and thought about it all day yesterday. While that was happening I recieved two emails.........

One from the woman who needed to answer my question (and the answer was EASY).
and
One from another doula, asking if I would tag team with her for a homebirth! The clients want professional photos AND someone to help with a sibling, so it was decided two doulas was the way to go. S will do the pictures (and get pictures to use on my new website!), I will help the sibling, and we will both do the doula work. I couldn't imagine a better situation.

I'm just flat out amazed at how quickly the universe works when you get out of your own way.
Oh, thank you fro this great story! I'm getting out of the way right now!

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Originally Posted by Eli's_mommy View Post
You guys, I just had to jump in and let you guys know how spectacular and uplifting you have been! I look forward every morning to getting to work and jumping on this thread and just having a good positive chat with you guys. (While I work.... )

I am having a great morning. Interview #2 is today and I'm practically positive that they just want to discuss salary. I've decided since it's a large corporation, they have more than enough money for me

I've got good music going and I just know this weekend is going to be great. Mmmmm.
Woo hoo!! Yes, they're falling over themselves to offer you lots of $$$$ right now!!

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Originally Posted by milk4two View Post
Just thought I'd update on using the REACH switchword to find my wallet.

The first day I said it nothing happened. The next day I said it, I thought I ought to see if it had slipped down by the side of my bed and fallen under the baby's sidecar. I asked my 4 year old to get down there and look and she reported that it wasn't there. The third time I used the switchword I realized I needed to get down there and look myself. It hadn't fallen under the sidecar, but IT HAD FALLEN DOWN BY THE SIDE OF MY BED and was RIGHT NEXT TO the sidecar.

WOW.
OK, I'm going to persevere with this. I found one of my missing library books. I used REACH again and I had a feeling it was in the homeschool room under a pile of stuff. So this morning I lifted up a book we hadn't used in a week, and there it was! Under a DIFFERENT pile of stuff, but under a pile of stuff nevertheless!

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Originally Posted by Momtwice View Post
Only you folks will understand this.

I've been wishing my vacuum cleaner had more attachments. I've been visualizing using them to clean various things. Never put a lot of thought into it, just at the back of my mind.

Yesterday I vacuumed and saw several attachments on the back that I never noticed before. I've had it 2 or 3 years.

I was like, WHOA! Did I actually change reality? Or did I have blinders on and never notice them before?
No, as my LoA friend said of the $321 in my bureau, they were there all the time - EVERYTHING you want is there all the time - you just weren't open to receiving them up till now! IT'S ALL THERE!!!

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Originally Posted by nicholas_mom View Post
Wow is that true?! Ok I know they say that in the "Secret" but Amris can you elaborate on the "All of the basic energy that makes you has been replaced." I understand the physical side like cells are replaced but can you elaborate the energy thing? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Amris View Post
Sure.

Science has discovered that our "most basic" building block is, in actuality, energy. If you look into a microscope that is powerful enough to see beyond protons, neutrons, and electrons, you will find energy waves. All subatomic "particles" are made out of ... energy.

So, in actuality, an iota of time is all it takes to be a 100% new being.
Gosh....this is really interesting.

One of the things that helpoed me get pregnant was the discovery that every cell in the body is replaced over a period of seven years. So in reality there are no such thing as "old eggs". You're recreating yourself all the time. Once I realized that I knew I could get pregnant.

[QUOTE=sphinxie;7637198]Yargh. If anyone wants to send me some easy calming thoughts, please do.

Sphinxie. Hope you're feeling better.

If it's any help, my MOm was totally freaked out about her green card, but she got it in under 6 months.
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OH, and Sphinxie - here;s a funny story for you. When Mom (who's 85) went for her interiew, the guy asked her all the regular questions until he said, "I'm not going to ask you if you've ever been invloved in organized prostitition. If you were, it was so long ago that we don't care, and if you are now, all I can say is good luck to you!"
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Originally Posted by Zannalyn View Post
I think being free of lima beans is a fine thing!

I knew your fish would be ok! I never posted about it, but I remember when you first wrote about it, (and sent some good vibes your way).
Thank you! My kids were really manifesting for the fish, too! Our drive went really smooth -- very little construction, nice weather, pretty trees in bloom, polite drivers, etc.

Our stuff still isn't here, but it should be here in the morning. Today we got driver's licenses, cleaned up our cars, and rested.

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Originally Posted by WuWei View Post
After George (a goldfish), died a couple of weeks ago, our son asked me for the first time 'Will I die?' And I told him 'Our body dies, but we have a spirit of energy that stays with the people we love. So our spirit doesn't die, just our body.' I said 'Remember the Circle of Life? When things die, their body returns to the earth and nourishes the plants, and trees and becomes flowers and air and sun and helps everything that is living, so the body nourishes everything when it dies. And the spirit is always with the people who loved us. We are always together, even after our body dies.'

So, I don't really feel sad, because Grandma (and George) are always surrounding us.
I am so sorry for your loss.

Has anyone read Sarah Book 1 by Hicks? It is a chapter book for kids written on about a 3rd grade reading level that explains some for of the basic Abraham teachings, including a good explanation of death (basically what Wu Wei just said, but in a story format!) I just read through this (I bought it for my DDs but wanted to read it before I gave it to them).

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Originally Posted by Momtwice View Post
Yesterday I vacuumed and saw several attachments on the back that I never noticed before. I've had it 2 or 3 years.

I was like, WHOA! Did I actually change reality? Or did I have blinders on and never notice them before?
It's strange, but after I first saw the Secret and attracted my first cup of coffee, I decided that I wanted free coffee often, and then coffee just started showing up everywhere I went. Places I was going all the time, such as the Y where my kids were in classes, had coffee, but I had never noticed it before. It was really weird. I felt the same way you did -- has this ALWAYS been here, or I have just caused the places I frequent to suddenly provide coffee to patrons!?!?

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Originally Posted by Amris View Post
But, any critiques would be quite welcomed.
very lovely and very professional!

I never realized your name is Am Ris. I'm curious about your name, if you would like to share. :

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Yes, that's a thought, although I'd feel guilty unless it was because I was working...
Why? I've missed a lot of this thread, so I'm a bit lost on this if you've already explained this.

My oldest child is 10 and if I could go back and change 1 thing as a mother, I would have taken more time for myself all along. It seemed selfish to me at the time, so I just kept going until I collapsed, but in hind sight I can see that it would have been better for me,for my kids, and for my marriage if I can made taking care of myself and being true to myself one of my priorities all along.

It's possible that you have a lot of resistance to taking care of yourself and have defined "being a good mother" as not taking care of yourself.

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Originally Posted by *Devon* View Post
I am never eloquent and moving like so many mamas here, so I'll leave it to them, but I will just restate that there is NOTHING TO FEEL GUILTY about!!! What about some affirmations for THAT?
Yes you are!
(both eloquent and right!)

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Originally Posted by catgirl View Post
Dh and his ex had shared custody of dss (who's now 24). They live less thatn a mile apart and they eally worked at it - always celebrated his birthday and religious holidays together, for example. At dss's bar mitvah the rabbi said to them, "Well, the marriage may not have worked, but you certainly made the divorce work!" At one point we were all interviewed on Good Morning America and his ex said, "You have to decide if you hate your ex-spouse more than you love your kids." DH also paid full custody support to her even though he was an equaltime parent (have I mentioned lately that he's a mensch? ).
WOW! Do you realized how far you've come???

You are bragging about your DH and what a great guy he is!

I'm so happy for you!

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Originally Posted by sphinxie View Post
Anyway the joke is, I'd gotten in the mail this letter that said "We do not have enough information to process your medical examination. Please take this sealed envelope to your doctor." Could hardly be better designed to freak me out.

Finally after angsting so huge it even got to DH, we take it to the doctor. Turns out it's nothing--some xrays that we already took care of anyway. Easier even than our best case scenarios.
Oh my! Isn't immigration FUN!

My DH immigrated to the US (he's British), and we immigrated to Canada together (then we moved back to the states). Back in my single days, I thought that all immigrates were really interesting, brave, fascinating people, now I know that they just people who can persevere through red tape. It's character building
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Originally Posted by Linda on the move View Post
very lovely and very professional!

I never realized your name is Am Ris. I'm curious about your name, if you would like to share. :
Thank you kindly.

Nothing special, that's just my Nom de Plume (pen name). I created it out of Amris, which came from Am'Ris, which was a character's name that I created for a short story that I wrote (and subsequently lost) long ago.

Not my real name at all, but I do own the rights to everything written under it (© stuff belongs to "me" as the owner of the Am Ris nom de plume, for example).
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i had a small manifesting success tonight that i wanted to share.

i've been wanting a high chair for some time now for my son. i had success in manifesting another baby item in the past, so i decided to stick with the same formula which was to put out my desire and then check out the thrift shops in my neighbourhood, and make room in our apartment for the high chair. i came across 2 different high chairs at Value Village, but they were big and ugly and i had my heart set on a cute little Ikea high chair that didn't take up too much space. i kept the space i made for the high chair cleared in my home, and then pretty much went on with my life and forgot about it. today, i stopped in at an Early Years Centre with my son, and they had the exact high chair that i wanted. i came home and told my partner how much i wanted this high chair and i wanted to go to Ikea to look at it. he agreed to humour me and i was happy. just then, my mum called telling me that i received a $200 cheque in the mail. it was my deposit for my phone from 2 years ago. i told my partner we had to go to Ikea for the high chair right after dinner. so, we headed for Ikea and i was delighted to find out that the high chair i wanted was only $29.99! yay! we bought a couple of other things that i have had on my wish list.

anyway, i just had to share. i think i'll be sticking to this formula since it works for me. put out my intentions, make some room (either physically or emotionally) and forget about it!
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Thank you catgirl fewor posting about your conversation with Holosync. I hope you find that library book.

I'e been visualizing checks in my mailbox & received two in the last two days. Other little things keep happening. Im so excited.
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Originally Posted by JElaineB View Post
I am jumping in totally late to the thread this week but I had to comment on this post. DH and I have been looking for LOA stuff related to parenting - especially how to teach DS (age 4.5) about LOA in an understandable way. This month we ordered a number of books from Scholastic through his daycare. One was Incredible You! 10 Ways to Be Happy Inside and Out by Wayne Dyer and Kristina Tracy. We really had no idea who Wayne Dyer was or what the book was about when we ordered it. Well we got it last night and it is totally an LOA book for young children! And I see on Amazon it is published by Hay House. I had no idea, I am just happy we found it. We haven't read it to DS yet, so I don't know how he will take to it, but I am very excited about the possibilities! I think a workshop about LOA as related to parenting is a great idea too.

ETA: I think the book title is actually Incredible You! 10 Ways to Let Your Greatness Shine Through but that is not what Amazon lists it as for some reason....
Thanks so much for posting this!!!


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Originally Posted by Momtwice View Post
Bob Proctor will be on Nightline tonight in the USA.
11:35 Eastern Time on ABC.
They have the transcript up already.
http://www.abcnews.go.com/images/Nig...Transcript.pdf
Anyone else watch??? : I happened to be awake (totally unusual for me) and saw it. It was so weird to watch the paradigms (sp?) colide. The head of the cancer society saying there is no evidence that people can create disease in their body? People saying positive thinking and subscribing to The Secret is dangerous. I thought Bob did a good job though.

Annikate ~ Interesting about the nursing. My DD asked to sleep at my parents' house last night! She hasn't slept there in a long time (did a lot right before DS was born so she'd be ok with staying there while I was in the hospital) and she was SO certain that she wanted to. My mom called this morning to say everything went great. I'm on my way to pickher up in a few minutes. So yesterday we nursed in the morning and then a 10 second nurse mid-afternoon.

DS is awake....
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Wow! I LOVE Amy Lansky's book. My homeopath & I were talking about her today - she's met her many times.

If you don't mind my asking, is your dd metal toxic?
John gave me Amy as a reference when I first called him, so I did talk to her once on the phone. She's lovely!

Because Emma was born in 1994, none of this other stuff was around then, and if it was I didn't know about it. We didn't have computer access when she was diagnosed, I didn't know about DAN! doctors, chelation, mercury in vaccines, none of it. In fact, it really wasn't until I (finally!) felt ready to have another child that I did any research into vaccines, which of course led me to even more research... Meanwhile, Emma had early intervention in a varying exceptionalities preschool, language therapy with a group, and lots of her dad and I just doing what seemed best for her at home. She was actually doing quite well.

Anyway, I have never had her tested to see what her mercury levels are. Though I had several mercury fillings while pg with her and breastfeeding her, and she was fully vaccinated.

We've been working with John for about 3 years now I think? Emma's been in a regular classroom since kindergarten and without any accomodations or modifications since 5th grade.

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John worked with Marissa for a year or so.

Annalily How is your dd doing with homeopathy?
Jen! I didn't know that.
John says he gives himself a 'B' for how he's done with Emma. No huge breakthroughs, but steady progress.

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Originally Posted by Zannalyn View Post
(as usual) ds turns 3 next month. I expect he'll still be nursing when he's 4, and...? It keeps him healthy and happy. Sometimes I just want to say "Get off me!" but not very often. Usually it has more to do with his habit of playing with the spare boobie... usually it means I need to cut his nails! someday I'll go out at night again... This is when I'm glad I ran around when I was young and waited to have a baby... I don't feel so much like I'm missing something.
Maddy used to twiddle the other nipple but I finally broke her of that by covering the other side. That really was more maddening than the nursing itself.
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I'd love more info. I'm a bit stuck with food & health as well... have already made a big improvement but am "waiting to align" to continue to improve... but any specific info can make my future action more effective

I'd like info, too Annikate... :

and CC and Barefoot Mama... if you want to PM me with your pricing, I'd love to chat with you about possibly working together. I asked before but I'm hoping you both just missed my post.
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Originally Posted by Linda on the move View Post
Has anyone read Sarah Book 1 by Hicks? It is a chapter book for kids written on about a 3rd grade reading level that explains some for of the basic Abraham teachings, including a good explanation of death (basically what Wu Wei just said, but in a story format!) I just read through this (I bought it for my DDs but wanted to read it before I gave it to them).
Where did you find that book? I don't see it at Amazon. I'm very interested.

ETA: Weird. I googled it and found it at amazon. But when I did a search directly from amazon, I couldn't find it.
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I'd like info, too Annikate... :

and CC and Barefoot Mama... if you want to PM me with your pricing, I'd love to chat with you about possibly working together. I asked before but I'm hoping you both just missed my post.
Here's that thread on PPD.
Later when I have time (or Monday!) I'll start a thread about it all. Guess I'll put it in health and healing.
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Originally Posted by celesterra View Post
I'd like info, too Annikate... :

and CC and Barefoot Mama... if you want to PM me with your pricing, I'd love to chat with you about possibly working together. I asked before but I'm hoping you both just missed my post.

Celeste you can find my pricing on www.sculptyourlife.org -- you'll find that it is on the low side as far as life coaching goes but if you wanted to work something else out we can do that too -- Devon can vouch that I spend A LOT of time in my responses and exercises

I have been mia for a day or so because I've been having some um "woman's health" issues -- but I won't go into tmi details

Any affirmations for women's health? Thanks in advance
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OT -
I am in my final stages of decluttering and getting ready for TREASURE MAP time! :banan

I have a Krups coffee grinder which I only used to try and grind nuts (didn't really work.)

I also have a food slicer that we got for a wedding present, used once and promptly left in the box and under the counter.

Anybody want either of these? I can them for the shipping cost if you want!
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Daily cards:

Voyager: Seven of Cups, Fear: On this card are many images of things that look like something other than what they are. This is what happens in our lives when we are afraid, too. The cactus becomes a mob, bent upon lynching. The flower becomes a sea monster. The ornate vase becomes a coiled serpent. A stone formation becomes a black cat, sent to curse us.

This card reminds us that the mind can twist anything if it sees it through the veil of fear. It reminds us to protect our minds, and our thoughts from this most unreasonable and destructive of all human emotions. It reminds us how many negative thoughts and feelings spring up simply from this one feeling.

EMF card: Humility: definition: a modest view of one's own importance

Together, these cards remind us that, while arrogance is not good, neither is living in a state of humiliation and fear. Humility is not synonymous with humiliation. Do not bring yourself low, this is not needed. All that is asked in order to be humble is that you do not raise yourself above others in a competitive manner.

Doing so is a fear-based way of thinking and being, just as much as humiliating yourself instead of humbling yourself is.
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Celeste you can find my pricing on www.sculptyourlife.org -- you'll find that it is on the low side as far as life coaching goes but if you wanted to work something else out we can do that too -- Devon can vouch that I spend A LOT of time in my responses and exercises

I have been mia for a day or so because I've been having some um "woman's health" issues -- but I won't go into tmi details

Any affirmations for women's health? Thanks in advance
You put on your first page of your website: "I am here to serve you". That totally rings true and whole and genuine on so many levels. I simply wanted to comment on that....that's all.
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