Month: February 2018

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Change is always a moment away.

Change is always a moment away. Whether that’s change in yourself by changing your way of thinking or the love or your life walking through the door, or landing that perfect job. There was always a moment when you didn’t and that was followed by a moment when you did. The problem is, you never knew when that “did” moment was coming. And the … Read More Change is always a moment away.

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Reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s Patterns!

Yesterday I was listening to Elizabeth Gilbert talk with Marie Forleo. She was saying that “done is better than good.” I’m completely bowled over as to how it fits with her design, the patterns in her birth date Everyone of us has a challenge in life, a theme that is subtly interwoven time and time again. For Gilbert this is perfectionism. Her destiny speaks … Read More Reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s Patterns!

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The Field

“Out beyond ideas of wrong and right, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” Rumi Sometimes judgements and arguments and the insistence that we are “right,” weigh us down. They lead nowhere. Other times, especially if this is a war with the self, the “right” and “wrong” is pure resistance to whatever you want or how things are, or even frustration with how … Read More The Field

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Rhythms, cycles and Principles

I’ll repeat this until I die: The Chinese intently observed nature and made this the foundation for their medicine. These principles are the meaning of life. Yup. You read that correctly. In entire seriousness I mean it. So I said that it was based of nature, and nature, well, it changes shape and form across time. Have you heard of the Einstein quote that … Read More Rhythms, cycles and Principles

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Face-Body-Mind Connection

When you look at your face, what do you see?   You’ll probably see your mother or father or a scar that you got from the time you were twelve. And maybe even a wrinkle or two.   A Chinese face reader will see it differently.   They’ll see in your nose how hard you work, your thinking style and your 20’s in your … Read More Face-Body-Mind Connection

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Eastern/Western Language/Culture

I’ve promised to get into the “stuff” behind Chinese Face reading, and I will. This is a second post in a series dedicated to this topic. Today I’m not going to discuss faces or face reading. I’m going to talk about language. There’s a reason why a western audience is more skeptical about acupuncture or Buddhism or Reiki or meditation. And it’s a very … Read More Eastern/Western Language/Culture

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What Does a Straight Forehead Mean?

Foreheads for the most part indicate thinking style. A straight forehead is someone who will think very much in lines. The best solution to any problem is the most rational and logical. This is the forehead of the “warrior,” someone who comes into the world to see what’s wrong and fix it. As such when anyone is saying anything, their immediate thoughts are “what’s … Read More What Does a Straight Forehead Mean?

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What Does a Slanted Forehead Mean?

Foreheads for the most part indicate thinking style. A slanted forehead, like the one shown in the picture, is sometimes called a deal maker’s forehead. This is someone who will make creative use of their logic, rather than relying on intuitive hunches. Often their solutions will break rules or social convention (they don’t have much of a care for it). So their solutions may … Read More What Does a Slanted Forehead Mean?

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What Does a Rounded Forehead Mean?

What does your forehead say about you? A rounded forehead, like the one shown in this picture, shows someone who is very intuitive. How they answer or solve problems will be very creative and left field. This does not mean they are illogical, it’s just that their right brain is stronger than their left. One of their strengths will be their imagination. They will … Read More What Does a Rounded Forehead Mean?

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Trees Don’t Live Under the Sea

There is not a single point in anyone’s life where they will not have experienced judgement, uncertainty, or hopelessness.   Some of this will come from prescribed societal forms – everyone must work a full time in a steady job. Nine to five every day. Be married. Have kids. Have one job and stick at it.   We all grew up with these expectations … Read More Trees Don’t Live Under the Sea