THE BELL AND THE BLACKBIRD. By David Whyte
The sound of a bell
or a blackbird calling
from a corner of the field,
asking you to wake
into this life,
or inviting you deeper
into the one that waits.
either way wants you
to be nothing
but that self that
is no self at all,
wants you to walk
to the place
where you find
you already know
how to give
every last thing
that is also
you have always
carried with you
as you walk
by every corner
of the world
This week pay attention. When are you answering the sound of the bell?
When are you answering the sound of the blackbird.
Hosted by Virginie Miramon
As an “ALL IN ONE” healing modality, PureBioenergy® often works when nothing else helps.”
PureBioenergy® is an all natural healing modality that addresses all health conditions, from simple to serious. It utilizes the “Information/Frequency” of health to optimize the immune system, relieving simple pains to reversing conditions deemed “incurable”. It is also a great Mind/Body “tune up”, by restoring and maintaining the body at the Source and on all levels (energetic, physical, emotional) as it helps to prevent illness and promotes wellbeing.
As it rejuvenates the body, relieves pain and speeds injury recovery, PureBioenergy® naturally boosts peak performance for sports, arts, and in the workplace. The group clinic is a great opportunity to try this simple and powerful healing modality at a lesser cost, and for people requiring more than one treatment, a wonderful way to receive additional healing.
Working in a group setting is very powerful. It magnifies the healing energy, as everyone benefits from watching the other person receiving the healing while waiting for his/her turn. Parents and children will be attended first.
The group is limited to 6 participants. This healing event is a 4-day commitment: each participant will receive a healing a day during 4 consecutive days (One PureBioenergy®treatment = 4 sessions).
Thursday, March 5th from 6:30 to 8:30pm
Friday, March 6th from 6:30 to 8:30pm
Saturday, March 7th from 5:00 to 7:00pm
Sunday, March 8th from 5:00 to 7:00pm
at Pacific Health and Wellness Center #209
Price: $180 per person
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“To become your own psychologist you don’t have to learn some big philosophy. All you have to do is examine your own mind every day. You already examine material things every day- - - every morning you check out the food in your refrigerator. Why not check out the state of your own mind? Investigating your own mind is much more important.” Lama Yeshe
“We can choose between good and rotten mangoes.” Jack Kornfield
“We can chose organic peach thoughts instead of Dorito thoughts.” Diana
Hosted by Christine Taylor
Learn a simple, self-care solution that anyone, at any age, can use to help reduce or avoid chronic pain symptoms, plus improve balance and alignment. Gain an understanding of the primary cause of pain and the missing link that diet and exercise don’t address.
New science has taught us that repetitive strain/overuse and what we attribute to “aging”, relates to the function and hydration of the neuro-fascial system (nervous system and connective tissue). Using special soft memory foam rollers and small MELT Hand & Foot balls you’ll experience how the MELT Method, also known as Hands-off Bodywork® initiates real change in the connective tissue.
Saturday, Feb. 29
Pacific Ashtanga Yoga Shala #205
Price: $20 (cash only)
RSVP: (949) 338-3139 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Christine E. Taylor, MA, RYT-200 Christine is a Level 1 trained MELT educator. She has a private practice in the Orange County, CA area that includes teaching somatic healing techniques such as Neurogenic Yoga, TRE, meditation, and breathing that reflect her multi-faceted journey within the field of wellness. Her compassion-centered philosophy focuses on rediscovering the innate vibrancy of our body, mind, and spirit.
Last week we discussed watching our thought patterns and feeling patterns the way we watch the weather. We are continuing to dive deeper into Jack Kornfield’s book, “The Wise Heart,” and are invited to revisit “Buddha’s Brain,” by Rick Hanson, as we consider the impacts of stress and anxiety in our daily lives.
Look at sections of your life and identify the moods, thinking, and feelings associated with them. Consider what you are holding in your tissue, in your body. We service all three bodies through our 2-hour yoga practice so that we may live fully the other 22 hours of our lives.
This week we are invited to ask ourselves: What do we let change our “weather”? Just notice. Be the observer. Remember that we have the keys. We have the ability to see the weather brewing, and we have the ability to choose how to respond. As Jack Kornfield reminds us:
“In the end, just three things matter:
How well we have lived
How well we have loved
How well we have learned to let go”
― Jack Kornfield