Preparation for Christmas can be a wonderful opportunity for us to think of our loved ones, buying presents, cook delicious foods and spend quality time with family and friends. But why have we turned it into a time of frantic, worry and stress?
‘Show me your friends and I will tell you who you are’. This proverb says that your current friends are a reflection of you, and of your choice. Family also play a big part in the formation of your personality. From the earliest times I can remember, my mother always had stories whose basic message was trust no one, based on her life experiences. The proverb may have some truth but since I interacted with Reconnective Healing frequencies (RH), I have changed considerably, dare I say evolved, and in my evolvement I strive not to see separation but inclusion. Therefore I chose not to discard my old friends but embrace new ones and treat the old with understanding, for there is light in all of us. According to a renowned spiritual leader – ‘Living here, we have become firmly rooted in old paradigms and ideas instead of in a higher, expanding consciousness. If we allow our ideas to change and ‘open the box’ [ which is one mathematical description of our reality] , we can progress into areas of greater and greater Divine Existence’. – The Overself Awakening – JJ Hurtak, Pg 7
Aromatherapy and Gua Sha is not a very common combination. The two therapies are quite contrasting, as aromatherapy is known for its gentle and subtle approach whereas Gua Sha has a reputation of being a “rough” treatment. Gua Sha is an ancient remedy from East and Southeast Asia. Aromatherapy has roots all over the ancient world, but the use of essential oils medicinally was established in Europe. The term “Aromatherapie” was coined by the French chemist Jean-Maurice Gatefosse around the beginning of 20th century, when he realised the medicinal properties of essential oils. ¹
There was an article in The Times recently about some research into words for love in many different languages. The conclusion was that there are fourteen different kinds of loving feelings! On the other hand, anthropologist Helen Fisher concluded that there are three basic kinds: sexual lust, romantic attraction, and long-term bonding attachment.