June 2009 Blog Posts (18)

Today's Meditation

Nature makes 10 million flowers a day. Believe in abundance. Those flowers started as tiny seeds. Believe in miracles. You already are one.

Added by Alexa on June 29, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

Sending Love Ahead to Your Day

Days of Affirmation: Sending Love Ahead to Your Day

Upon waking, many people consider the coming day with trepidation. Because of the natural human tendency to focus on what we fear or dislike, it is easy to unwittingly send a message of unease into the future that negatively impacts the quality of your day. However, while our lives are busy and frequently replete with challenges, they are also rich with joy and experiences worth savoring. We… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 29, 2009 at 7:30am — 1 Comment


Hey everybody......we're happy to announce that the first ever Benefit For The Bears Concert Series went off with out too many hitches in San Francisco, California, (USA) Savannah, Georgia (USA), and Wagga Wagga Australia on June 20th...!!!...

This is a planned ongoing series if events, shows, and concerts designed to bring the worlds awareness and attention the the plight of these endangered Bears who have only eleven left in the wild.....all the rest are in crush cages being held… Continue

Added by Blue Jay on June 28, 2009 at 10:42am — 2 Comments

Be True to Yourself

When you feel something, feel it! Be true to yourself. This is the energy of Life moving through you. This is the energy of Life moving through me. This is living an authentic life.

Osho says, "Remember to be true to yourself. How? Three things have to be remembered:

One - never listen to anybody, what they say for you to be. Always listen to your own inner voice, what you would like to be. Otherwise, your whole life will be wasted.… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 27, 2009 at 9:00pm — 2 Comments

Michael Jackson, the man and life - feeling great saddness today

As a person who who has connections in both recovery and entertainment I need to say that I am filled with some deeply mixed emotions as I remember the life and work of Michael Jackson today.

Yes, I loved his music, his talent was extraordinary and he surely gave the world an incredible gift as an entertainer. In high school and college, I loved his music, watching him move, and some of those songs I can still hear clearly in my mind today. His sensitivity as a soul of Light in his… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 26, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Farrah and Michael - Rest in Peace.

Growing up in the 70's it was Donny Osmond who every girl in my class wanted to marry. But it was the music of the Jackson Five that really got into our soul. Rock with you, Ben and Can you feel it? are classics. Watching Michael Jackson dance and sing with his Brother's was a treat in the days before pop video and MTV. Michael had rhythm and watching him move to the beat and sing his heart out made you want to dance.

I was 18 when Thriller was released. I remember sitting in a local… Continue

Added by Maria on June 26, 2009 at 9:11am — 1 Comment



Holidays are fun if you can avoid stress before hand, if you cant avoid the stress why bother with the holiday. Well are holiday was stress three as I had three days to get ready. Camping can be fun if you got all the right equipment, first the tent had to be dragged screaming out from the attic were it had been put before cherry moved in to the house, about ten years ago, any way out of the attic it came. Next put it up and see if it is all there. O k the poles are split… Continue

Added by stefan antal on June 20, 2009 at 11:28pm — 2 Comments

I'm on Twitter!

You can follow me on Twitter: @ashahawkesworth

Added by Asha Hawkesworth on June 18, 2009 at 5:44pm — 1 Comment

A Tribute to Fathers

Barack Obama on Fatherhood

President Barack Obama cheers for his daughter Sasha's soccer team in a Georgetown park in May.

He writes: "As fathers, we need to be involved in our children's lives not just when it's convenient or easy, and not just when they're doing well—but when it's difficult and thankless, and they're struggling."

Excerpts From This Sunday's PARADE Cover Story:

'We Need Fathers… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 18, 2009 at 2:16pm — 1 Comment

Tied in Knots: The Journey of Release

When we become overwhelmed and things are not going as planned, it is natural to hold tighter to our goals and try to force things to go our way. In the process, we tie ourselves in knots, tensing our shoulders, jaws, and muscles throughout our bodies. Our mind tells us that this is how to get a firmer grip on a situation that feels out of control, but as we create knots in our bodies we are blocking the flow of our energy, exhausting ourselves by… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 12, 2009 at 12:02am — 1 Comment

Spiritualizing the Planet: Ascension

We are one with the cosmos whether we realize it or not. Realizing it, though, quickens our spiritual energy and allows us access to higher realms. In those higher realms lies the awareness that we are more than just finite physical beings living one life in one place at one point in time. Connecting with this awareness is to awaken to the truth and take a step forward, and upward, on our soul’s journey. This upward movement is known as ascension… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 11, 2009 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

from codependency to freedom

Are you recovering from codependency? Do you have traits of the codependent emotional system?

Recovery from co-dependency happens with Awareness, inner healing and learning to own and have your feelings.Learning what your true emotions are and how to express them is equally important.

Codependency is a trauma coping behavior system and happens when we are…


Added by Alexa on June 9, 2009 at 8:30am — No Comments

Waves of Healing: Ocean Meditation

Like us, the sea is ever-changing. And, like us, the earth’s vast oceans appear at a distance to be stable and homogenous. But beneath the mask of solidity that both we and the sea wear, there lies unpredictability, sensitivity, and power. There is much we can learn from the ocean, representative as it is of our inner landscapes. The rough sounds of the sea’s waves are spiritually soothing, and its salt can purify our physical selves. Yet not everyone… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 6, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

This Is What I've Learned

This Is What I’ve Learned


May 2009

Life Lessons

So one thing I noticed when living in Chile for two months, what is now five years ago (unbelievable), and the one month in the Yucatan, eight years ago, is extremely synonymous with what many people here in the U.S. desire. Ready for this? Many people would like less weight on their body and more money in their bank account.

Is this not true or what?!?

The weight thing has to do with… Continue

Added by Karol Garley on June 4, 2009 at 5:21pm — No Comments

President Obama's Speech in Cairo: A New Beginning


Office of the Press Secretary






Cairo University

Cairo, Egypt

1:10 P.M. (Local)

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Thank you very much. Good afternoon. I am honored to be in the timeless city of Cairo, and to be hosted by two remarkable institutions. For… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 4, 2009 at 11:37am — No Comments

Tired, miserable and lonely

Like everyone else, we are ourselves. There are times when that feels fine, even good, and times like now, when one half-wishes that the ground would open up.

The ‘It’s complicated’ on my page ‘conceals’ a great deal of sadness and pain. 2009 has been some rollercoaster ride. One week all seems fine, the next, it all feels distant, lonely, tense with divorce looming. For various reasons, I cannot turn to my family whom I live hundreds of miles away from anyway. I am surrounded by her… Continue

Added by Marc {Rainbow's end} on June 4, 2009 at 9:09am — 2 Comments

Today's JFF (just for fun)

Began my day with detox QiGong. Feels good. Now off to see what today will bring. So far it has brought one uplifting song. (I hope you enjoy this on an LOA group, it's authentic - don't listen if strong words offend)

Happy hump day group. Keep smilin'.

Listen Here:

Click to Listen

LillyAllen song, thanks skull I needed that

click back arrow to return to ARW… Continue

Added by Alexa on June 3, 2009 at 11:00am — 2 Comments

BLOGGING IT OUT - Surrounded by bricks

Okay, so I am diabetic, no biggie. It explains a lot. The heart palpitations and the light headedness and the spaced out feeling weren't my heart - just a hypo attack. Thats a big relief. Must remember to always eat brekkie and to carry some jelly beans around with me (thats no hardship LOL). Now I have to devise an eating plan for controling a)losing weight, b)blood pressure, c)high cholestrol, d) diabetes, e)heart health.

My diet is quite good at the moment but there are a few… Continue

Added by searcher on June 1, 2009 at 10:55pm — No Comments

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