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post #141 of 1144
Everyone knows about this thread about empowering lyrics, positive movies and books? http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=518686

Pat
post #142 of 1144
About the beads ... my due date club did something like this (I didn't participate though). Basically everyone signed up who wanted to participate. Then they sent that many beads (plus one or two extra) to the person in charge or beading. So, if 20 people were participating in all (including the beader), the each person sent the beader about 22 beads and a SASE to the beader. I think about $4 or $5 dollars were also paypal'd or sent with the beads to cover cording and time. The necklaces and/or braclets were made and remailed to each person. They did specify beads all about a certain size (the beader had gone to Michael's or such place to get an idea of a good size), and I think it was stone, glass or wood beads that were sent. So ... there's an idea of how to run it. I'm not volunteering though!
post #143 of 1144
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Originally Posted by MsChatsAlot View Post
Manifesting a beader or two.

What I was thinking of doing would be to place all the beads in a big bowl so I wouldn't know who sent what, saying a simple (non religious! I have mad respect!) blessing over them and their energy -- then just stringing them up as I like -- then I thought, I would hold each person's envelope in my hand and sort of meditate on it for a moment and choose an already strung necklace that *speaks* to me for them and send it out with love --

Or if someone else is doing the beading that would be a cool idea too

ETA: scratch that... I would love to be a beader but I am currently working on changing the fact that I tend to procrastinate and I wouldn't want the necklaces to be sitting, half done, three months from now with some very fed up mamas waiting ....

I'm sorry, I thought better of it and I don't know if I would be up to the task
post #144 of 1144
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Gawd, this sounds trite, but I want happy endings. I just can't stand reading lately and getting to the end and the main character is unhappy and miserable or whatever. I need books that leave me uplifted at the end, not vaguely sad and having an uncontrollable urge to shove sugar in my face
Shannon I hear you and at the sugar --

You know, I feel like that too, and of course I am replacing the limiting belief that tells me "I am a deep artist and musician I have to be sullen and depressed and cynical to be legitimate" and embracing my happiness!

I am no less of an artist or spiritual or connected creator because I want a happy ending! I love happy endings!
post #145 of 1144
My favorite, most recent book is "In the Eyes of Anahita" by Hugo Bonjean. It is totally LoA...and has a real adventurous feel to it much like "The Celestine Prophecy." Awesome book.

Oh, and "The Pursuit of Happyness" is a fabulous BOOK. Most of the book covers his past, which was very painful...but the way he triumphs and rises above it all is truly inspiring.
post #146 of 1144
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Originally Posted by captain crunchy View Post
MCAL I would be game to bead -- I wouldn't accept any payment for time or energy at all -- the self addressed envelopes to send the necklaces back would be awesome -- I used to be a jewelry maker, when I followed the Grateful Dead many moons ago I sold hemp and beaded jewelry (that I made) and I really do enjoy it --
Okay...I'm starting to compile the lists of beader(s) and also lists of people interested.

If people want to sign up, pm me and let me know. I'll make a list of everyone this week and then we can decide all the particulars of how to proceed from there.
post #147 of 1144
We just had a wonderful birthday party for my baby girl.

I actually have some beads here that have been sitting in a bag for a while. MY mom makes jewelry and I had some inspiration a while back that I'd like to learn how to make nursing necklaces. My inspiration was short lived but now I have a great use for these beads!

I'll pm you MCAL. I'm up for contributing $ and beads. this idea!
post #148 of 1144
I'm out the door and wanted to quickly ask for some vibes (don't know why I didn't think of this before!).

My sweet, adorable, loving cat has been peeing everywhere lately. Two different people have suggested it could be an infection so I should get it checked out. We're going to the vet in 5 minutes to see what he says. I am manifesting an easy solution and would appreciate some loving thoughts along that line His name is Oscar, he's a he He's a rather large, black cat with healthy, shiny fur and a very sweet disposition. We don't know how old he is but we've had him 8 years. He is a lovey bear
post #149 of 1144
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Originally Posted by MsChatsAlot View Post
I like Esther Hicks, Debbie Ford, Michael Neill and I enjoy listening to Doreen Virtue sometimes too.
I couldn't find these in the iTunes store...do you get them through iTunes or the Hayhouse website?
post #150 of 1144
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He is a lovey bear
Hey, btw. I'm going to plug homeopathy for pets too. Our friend's cat was 'pissed' at all the company in the house at holiday time. : I think it was nux vomica which helped him with his stress-incontinence. He also had a kidney stone and the homeopathy helped that too. She called the homeopathic animal specialist and had several different remedies prosribed. But, I believe it was the nux vomica which helped the most.

Pat
post #151 of 1144
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Originally Posted by ShannonCC View Post
I'm out the door and wanted to quickly ask for some vibes (don't know why I didn't think of this before!).

My sweet, adorable, loving cat has been peeing everywhere lately. Two different people have suggested it could be an infection so I should get it checked out. We're going to the vet in 5 minutes to see what he says. I am manifesting an easy solution and would appreciate some loving thoughts along that line His name is Oscar, he's a he He's a rather large, black cat with healthy, shiny fur and a very sweet disposition. We don't know how old he is but we've had him 8 years. He is a lovey bear

Don't know if this is relevant at all, but our cat did that and we found out he was epilectic (it strains the kidneys). MAy sound off the wall but I thought I'd throw it out there. Hope he's OK though!

Something just happened to me. Yesterday I found myself thinking about an old boyfriend of mine who moved to England, and stayed in touch with my Mom, whom he loved. So she moved here a year ago and they hadn't been in touch. It occurred to me that if he wanted to track us down he could probably just google my name and it would come up on my WOHM job website.

Less than 24 hours later, I get an email from the orchestra, forwarding one from him asking for my contact information!

Strangely enough that happened a year or so ago with ANOTHER old boyfriend who also loved my Mom! I suddenly started thinking about him, then the phone rang and I KNEW it was him although we hadn't talked in 10 years and he was calling from Europe. He asked to speak to her and seemed quite surprised that he was talking to me!

OK, I don't have THAT many old boyfriends in Europe to manifest, in case anyone was wondering!
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post #153 of 1144
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Less than 24 hours later, I get an email from the orchestra, forwarding one from him asking for my contact information!
cool!
post #154 of 1144
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Originally Posted by ShannonCC View Post
And books. Gawd, this sounds trite, but I want happy endings. I just can't stand reading lately and getting to the end and the main character is unhappy and miserable or whatever. I need books that leave me uplifted at the end, not vaguely sad and having an uncontrollable urge to shove sugar in my face
One of the things I love about this thread is that others are going through the same things I am!!! I used to read a great deal, and a lot of it was very heavy. Lately, I don't have any desire to read fiction at all. Right now I'm just into LOA books, books about things I'm manifesting, etc. I'm sure eventually I'll read fiction again (I have most of a MA in literature!) but I think that what appeals to me will be very different.
post #155 of 1144
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Originally Posted by Petersmamma View Post
I couldn't find these in the iTunes store...do you get them through iTunes or the Hayhouse website?
I get them straight from Hay House
post #156 of 1144
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Originally Posted by Sepia View Post
cool!
VERY cool!

About 12 years ago, I was driving x-country with some friends. We were going to be driving through Michigan, and I had a very dear friend who was to be moving from MI to NY sometime during the week we were driving.

It occurred to me while we were driving on the interstate through his city that I should perk up and look for his car, which had a particular bumper sticker on it (one planet, one people, please). Wouldn't you know, he PASSED ME on the highway! I chased him down (much to the terror of the owners of the car!) and we had an other-worldly reunion on the side of the highway. I'll never, ever forget it. One of my best manifestations, ever!
post #157 of 1144
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Originally Posted by andrea View Post
forget it
Uh Oh? All is well?


Pat
post #158 of 1144
I am intending/manifesting a 30 habit of lots of fun activities for us during the day. I am not focusing on the need to cut back on computer time and TV time just looking for lots of good things to do together and keep us busy.

I am also seeing love flowing between myself and my family members. And words pouring out of our mouths to help our communication. You know, I started these thing last night(definatley aimed at my preverbal DD). Guess what - she has been trying really hard today to say more words and express herself verbally or through signing. Also DH and I totally turned things around last night.

Needless to say I am really excited. I am slowly reading the book I have from the library and trying to digest things.
post #159 of 1144
Yay! TaraCC is back! I missed you! And I TOTALLY think you should be a beader!! I LOVE your vision and would be honored to have you bead! (But only if you want. You USED to procrastinate -- maybe you DON'T anymore!)

MsChats -- thank you for the book recommendations! I'll have to write those down for later. And I'll be pm'ing you about the beads -- thanks for volunteering!

Terri -- : to Kate!!! And here are some more puppy parties for her! : : :
Oh, and I wanted to thank you for your book recommendations re: Hicks Vol I and II (I can't remember the titles ). I'm reading them right after I finish my current book.


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Originally Posted by mamaautumn View Post
Thanks for the warm welcome, ladies.

I am trying to think of other LoA movies but nothing is jumping to mind. What about other media... fiction or music that supports your journey? Some of my favorite music right now is Wah! and Deva Premal... always lifts my mood.
Mamaautumn, I LOVE Deva Premal! I love Wah! too, but haven't been able to find them. Where did you find them? Do you have a link?

Andrea -- sorry I missed seeing your post. I've been wondering how your family is doing with your house manifestation! Sending good vibes your way!

Supermama -- thank you for the DVD recommendation! I will definitely write down that one, too. I really don't like much media aimed towards kids, I'd love to have more uplifting stories. While we're one the topic, anyone have uplifting stories for children around 2? And I hear ya on ALLL the stuff I was "never going to do" BEFORE CHILDREN! (What did I know! )

Catgirl -- nice manifesting!

Well, we made our intention to move out of New England official by breaking the news to our parents yesterday. Now I really feel like we're on our way!!! Yipppeeee!!!

Pat, do you live near a lake or river?


to you Mamas!
post #160 of 1144
Thank you for the vibes Oscar does indeed have a UTI which the vet says is the easiest thing to treat (as opposed to a stone or a kidney infection - though he didn't rule out there could be a stone *too* and we're bringing him back in a week to see if the antibiotics work). Poor Oscar peed all over the table and holy crap, there was so much blood! Poor guy. He is SUCH a sweet tempered thing, he hasn't been crabby at all. Who'd have known he was in pain? When we got him his teeth were rotting out of his head to the point where he stank. We thought it was just stink from the pound for a few weeks (and the pound people didn't notice - including the pound's "vet" who examined him - hmph). And despite having to get half his teeth pulled because they were rotten, he was a sweet, lovable, upbeat cat the entire time. He's just awesome So now to manifest (or, um, help him manifest?) a quick and easy recovery

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Originally Posted by captain crunchy View Post
You know, I feel like that too, and of course I am replacing the limiting belief that tells me "I am a deep artist and musician I have to be sullen and depressed and cynical to be legitimate" and embracing my happiness!
I was complaining to dh about this Saturday. Why is so much beautiful music sad? Most of the uplifting, happy music I listen to is upbeat and dancy which is great, I'm usually happy with that. But when I'm in the mood for slow and beautiful, I'm out of luck. All the slow, beautiful music I can think of off the top of my head is sad. Why can't there be slow, beautiful, happy music too?

I've posted on that thread in the past (about music). I think I should go search it again for new ideas

Linda, I enjoy fiction and that's been bugging me lately. I picked up some "young adult" books that looked interesting from the library (I don't worry about "grade level" I read what I like, snort! ). Why is it that "young adult" seems to mean "really depressing, life changing, horrible events"?
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