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Sunday, August 21, 2011

This Magic Moment

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I recently was called away to a state that is full of history, both contemporary and ancient on the east coast.  About 5 1/2 hour drive along with another 2 hour drive in the am after driving all night, my destination was Virginia.

Virginia has many places that are downright "otherworldly".  Still some beautiful farmlands and hills ripple across the landscape. That coupled with its more "woodsy forest" areas makes it seem enchanted.

During this time, my daughter took me to this eclectic, artsy community by University of Virginia in Charlottesville.  We had so much fun wandering around this entertwining brick walkway layout amongst some pretty fantastic shops!  I was totally unprepared for this gemstone of treasures!  Street musicians and street vendors pave the lil shops ranging from gallery artwork to wild and funky memorabilia to antique dealers.  My daughter and I passed quite a few street musicians when one in particular caught my attention.

He was a young man perhaps in his twenties and although his cases were open showing two very old, but well kept violins, he wasn't playing. just sitting in the doorway with his angelic long blonde hair and scrufty grunge style clothing.  He looked up, but he didn't jump up to play in anticipation of a monetary reward.

I asked him, "Do you play pretty good fiddle?"

He shrugged and with a shy smile, he said, "I'm alright."

I gestured to the cases and said, "I am going out to dinner now.  When I come back pass this way, I want you to play for me. Alright?"

The lad gestured and nodded and we continued on to dinner.

We noticed how many homeless people there were along the walkway.  It literally seemed there was one or two every twenty feet along.  This area is probably a pretty safe area to panhandle as many people are walking back and forth through this more affluent college catering area, but just the idea that we aren't getting smaller.  The homeless population is getting larger. 

After having some Miso soup and a chicken kabob appetizer, we decided it was time to go and started back through the stone streets.  I insisted on keeping my word and finding the young man that owed me a tune. We came once again upon the fiddler sitting next to his doorway having a coke in an outdoor cafe.  He noticed me at the same time I noticed him.  I pointed to his cases.

"Its time for fiddlin', I said to him as he started to stand up.

He asked me what I wanted to hear and I told him whatever he felt like playing.  It was a sad and melancholy tune he chose to play that reminded me of a sea of emotions that spoke of his life.  Then the magic moment ended.  He stopped.  I clapped and handed him a small sum hardly worth mentioning compared to the moment shared.  He pushed my hand away and I insisted pushing it into his dirty hand.  He smiled and thanked me.  My daughter and I headed to her car. It was a magical moment.

As we were walking along I told my daughter, "sometimes its the smallest of things that bring the biggest rewards.  Did you see him smile?"

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Sunday, August 14, 2011

Good Vibrations

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You ever feel "vibes"?  You know that feeling that is indescribable, can be brought on by another, can create bad and good fortunes and can deplete or regenerate energy?

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There are all types of energy fields around us.  Some benevolent, some malicious.  Most have fun at our expense for good or bad.  Energy never dies...the spirit never dies...the soul is a harbinger for the directive of the flesh.  What oversees all of this activity even in "stillness"?  None other than the mind.  The mind is a shadow that we know exists, but we do not know where and we do not know how.  Nor do we know where, but we do know when someone has lost their mind.  We also make many powerful suggestions to the mind without even knowing it.

Many have thought to study the mind, the actual "Holy Grail" that we seek.  For there is the imagined and the surreal.  In the mind, we can create what we perceive by the vehicle of imagining it.  Imagine yourself successful!  Yes, you can!  This is an exercise that gives energy a "boost".  You may find your creativity soars once you get this practice of "seeing" through the eyes of imagination!  Doors and windows of opportunity can be felt around one who sees themselves and any setbacks as a passage to opportunity instead of a gate locked to them.

In the Agnostic text, Mary tells Peter that Jesus told her the mind is the treasure chest...Wouldn't you agree?

Often times the gate that holds one back is an ethereal projection or "fingerprint" left behind by some experience that was not so pleasant. You should learn from your experiences, true.  Not with fear, but with wisdom. Solomon was most beloved because out of all that he was granted,  wisdom was what he sought for the most. 

In our day and age, wisdom is not being sought after enough.  Much of us go through our lives as if all is futile and we continue to imagine a world of doom and gloom with no hope.  Today, I'd like to plant a seed of hope in this blog.  Dare to imagine success! 

"Change your mind, your behavior will surely follow..." Rainbow Skyhawk

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Friday, August 5, 2011

Call all Internet Resources!

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Please help! I am trying to get together with my followers old and new to cross network resources for internet marketing and sales.  If you would be kind enough to post a resource from time to time that would be good karma for everybody and who doesn't want to *feel* good?

Many metaphysician principles are based on spirit working on the wave of our emotions to manifest what we bring forth.  It has been proven that we humans actually tend to feel good when we help one another.  When we experience wellness, we are healing!  When we are healing, we are sending out postive vibes throughout the universe co-creating positive energy in our own lives and the lives of those we touch.  You ever just do something nice, with no real expectation of reward and experience many blessings that you could only attribute to that "act of kindness"? If you perceive goodness, you will receive goodness, if you perceive plenty, you will receive plenty. 

Here is your chance to help one another to succeed and I am asking for contributors!  If you'd like to write a metaphysical or holistic article on this blog, that would be equally wonderful. 

Many blessings,


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