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important to acknowledge feeling angry but getting mired in it is dangerous. strive for peace, dear one. listen to your body.

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Note: besides getting in touch with your compassionate right brain, this practice also allows for direct communication with your body. This has yielded temporary, sometimes permanent pain relief. Here’s a recent example:

Alternate Hand: finding joy seems trickier, especially since it’s too hot for strenuous gardening & arm hurts. good idea to write to it.

Dominant Hand: Arm, what’s the matter? Why do you hurt?

Response: stress. reflecting your fears & worries.

Dominant Hand: Does relaxing/not using you help? Or is it better to keep you busy?

Response: peace is best.                       

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she told you sad family secrets & then retreated, which often happens. listening’s a service you perform & speakers can regret, altho’ believe it’s helpful for them to release & you never repeat the stories.

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people – often strangers you never see again – have always opened up to you. all their stories helped form you: take you out of yourself & broaden perspective. gifts to you in their way, even if the stories are sometimes – often – sad & even harrowing. friendship offered & temporarily received.

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stories, sometimes from complete strangers, are often sad & hard to hear. your innate kindness shines through & is recognized as a place of safety. acknowledge this, dear one. it’s priceless in its way. as are you.

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tenderness is your angel cue, & being a trusted sounding board is evidence of it.

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pace yourself and listen to your body: a very wise being. always good to let it speak.

 

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Loving Kindness: One minute of redemption would be glorious. As would every minute. As always: your choice.

 

 

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find ways to encourage yourself and be open to others doing it for you.

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weekend of old folks. one talked about his dad, who loved flowers. a privilege to hear their stories.

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