I Want to Live

Yesterday while lying on my warm healing amethyst crystal biomat, and listening to 40hz music with headphones on, I gathered up every single “I want to die” thought that I’ve had over this past decade, and I sent all of those thoughts out to a black hole…

Then I visualized a golden portal opening above me, and StarFire Radiant Healing Energies were pouring down into me from that portal… And as the healing energies flowed into all of my cells, I affirmed, “I want to live – healthy, strong, and in my power… shining light to others, and loving my family.”

That “will to live” visualization arose from my desire to be alive for my Mom now that my Dad suddenly died, and from my desire to be alive for my precious adult sons, and from my incredible gratitude for the generous donations I just received from two good-hearted people who cared enough to help me reduce my debt. (Those donations brought some much-needed relief to my anxieties about money, and they gave me some hope for the future.)

May All Beings Be Healed of All Wounds.
May All Beings Be Happy!

 

Photo of red dusk with cactuses by Loreta Pavoliene on Unsplash.

 

How to Support Someone with Chronic Health Issues

Do you know someone who has chronic health issues?

Chronic health issues may be issues with physical health, emotional health, mental health, and/or spiritual health.

Here are some ways you can support someone with chronic health issues ~

~ Meet them where they are. Do not expect them to be any certain way, and honor their process, even if they are currently stuck.

~ Resist the urge to give advice. Respect their journey and acknowledge all that they have done and are currently doing to help themselves heal.

~ Do not judge them. Resist the urge to share your opinions, because even if you think you know what they should and shouldn’t do, you may not understand all of the aspects involved in the battles they fight each day.

~ Practice active compassionate listening. Ask them questions, listen carefully to their answers, and then say something that lets the person know that you heard what they said. Even if you do not understand their experience, you can say something like, “That sounds really hard” or “That must be so challenging.” Simple phrases like that can be very soothing to the person.

~ Ask if there is anything you can do. Even if they say no, you can offer to pray for them, or send them healing energies, or send them things such as bright cheerful greeting cards (by email or snail mail), money (if they need it), or gift certificates for healing services like massage.

~ Encourage their efforts. Giving a well-timed and genuine compliment can really help to brighten the person’s whole day.

I hope these suggestions are helpful to you or to someone you love. If you are supporting someone with chronic health issues and you have further ideas, please share them in the comments below.

May All Beings Be Free of Suffering.
May All Beings Be Happy!

 

Red sunset photo by Thiago Gomes on Unsplash.

 

Reaching for Orange Now for Sale at The Bead Angel in Evansville!

Dear readers,

I’m super excited to share that my new book is now for sale at
The Bead Angel in Evansville!

Reaching for Orange: Practices, Visualizations, & Blessings to Help You Happy Up Your Life makes a perfect holiday gift, and for my local readers, The Bead Angel is the perfect place for you to pick up some gift copies, because The Bead Angel is more than just a bead and jewelry supply store! You can find lots of other great gifts there also, such as: Aromatherapy * Candles * Incense * Oils * Classes & Seminars * Greeting Cards * Stones & Crystals * Self-Awareness Tools * Oracle Cards * Books & Music (new & used) * Service Providers * Art * Statuary * One-of-a-kind Jewelry, Gifts and Specialty Items… and much, much more…

I highly recommend visiting The Bead Angel regularly because the atmosphere there is very soothing. While you are looking around, you can feel the healing energies beginning to soothe your nervous system. This store is much more than a store. It is kinda like a healing vortex!

Thank you so much, Cynthia and Gregory, for creating such a wonderful store… And thank you for now carrying my book, Reaching for Orange!

I am lighting a candle of Gratitude!

So, all my good peeps in the Ville, head on over to The Bead Angel at 701 North Weinbach Avenue, Suite 540, in Evansville!
(Phone: 812-426-2323)

Happy & Healing Shopping! 🙂 🙂

May All Beings Be Happy!

 

StarFire Friday Blessing: May You Send Love Into the Hearts of Others

 

May you see the golden light of your inner mystic shining through the vibrant flower in your heart.

May you appreciate your goodness.

May your weekend be blessed with healing energies coming to you through many portals opening.

May you send love into the hearts of others.

 

To read more inspiring blessings, please order my new book, Reaching for Orange: Practices, Visualizations, & Blessings to Help You Happy Up Your Life… Available on Lulu and Amazon!

 

Wild rose photo by manfredrichter on Pixabay.

 

Autumn Affirmations

Yesterday began with the usual aches and pains of Fibromyalgia, but after lunch the bright blue sky and cool breezes inspired me to push through fatigue and venture out for a walk in the hood…

Do you ever make yourself do something and then afterwards you feel so glad and so grateful that you did it?

Well that is what happened with yesterday’s walk. The sunshine felt so amazing, and I felt like my whole being opened up to the healing energies available in the green trees all around me…

And then, quite spontaneously, I celebrated the change of seasons by creating the following affirmations for Autumn… Perhaps these will inspire you to make your own affirmations for Autumn! (Or Spring if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere!) ~

~ I choose to let go of worries.

~ I choose to be happy (even when feeling tired and sick).

~ I choose to generate the energy of Love and to send that energy of Love out into the Universe!

 

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What do you choose for the season ahead?

 

Background photo of orange flowers by Sue Hughes on Unsplash.