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Monthly Archive for June, 2009

This morning I was having breakfast with my daughter when we decided to quickly check on the news. We had been out of a television for the whole week-end and wanted to catch up on world news. The first pictures on the TV screens around 8.00 AM this morning were of the news of yet […]

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Yesterday morning I watched a video Le Peuple migrateur (2001). The producer Jacques Perrin has crisscrossed the world to follow the flight of about thirty migrating birds. I was in tears during most of the film, tears of love at the beauty of nature triggered by the breath taking images from Antarctica, the Andes, Africa, […]

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My latest breakthrough (I finally set up my profile on a French site yesterday!) with facing my own archaic conditioning, either inherited through cellular memory, energetic imprint or programmed by my culture of origin, I will not get technical here, have led me to reflect on the subject of overwhelm. What is overwhelm, is it […]

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A few days ago after listening to a call with David Riklan and Christian Hills on social media I had a light bulb going on in my head. Ah, of course this is the tool of the future that is now as Lin puts it. I had signed up for Facebook over a year ago […]

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What path has your pain lead you down to? My wound is my healer. A lifetime of feeling I don’t belong… I must have landed on the wrong planet…. Or perhaps I am exactly where I should be at this precise time in evolutionary history? It all started with a difficult birth, the origin of […]

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This morning a heated discussion with my daughter on a hot international subject led to a verbal dual. In the eagerness of her young maturity and her political sciences courses she argued with me on a topic that I too have some knowledge on. I soon realized that something well beyond the international topic got […]

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Nature vs. Nurture

This morning upon waking up I found some dirty dishes in the sink and am still surprised by what reflection it triggered in me. However, I am no longer resisting what shows up and I go along exploring what wants to emerge and offer its direction. My daughter and I share our apartment for the […]

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The last month has been challenging and adventure filled, as it took me to Italy, then Canada and now back to France. My body is quietly reclaiming its healthy habits and this morning I was up exercising at 6.30 AM, something I had not done for almost a month now. I was also awake at […]

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This morning I had to alter my daily routine a bit, I had run out of cat food and my two companions Minette, the mother cat and her son Noiran, were letting me know they were hungry. So out I go to get their diet food at the vet’s office, both are past 10 years […]

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Last night I went to bed my head reeling with information from an article entitled 2012 A Time of Extraordinary Change, in EnlightenNext (The Magazine for Evolutionaries) (p. 65) where Carter Phipps interviewed John L. Petersen, a futurist and founder of the Arlington Institute. Petersen « is tracking the winds of change that he feels are […]

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