Messages From Repetitive Numbers

December 28th, 2015 | Posted by Velda in NUMBER POWER

Messages From Repetitive Numbers

Why do I see repeating numbers?   I might be receiving messages delivered by my digital clocks.  This includes my clocks in the bedroom, kitchen, car, and on my cell phone.  I have been conscious of these repeating patterns for at least 15 years.  There are many theories, books and articles on what number sequences mean.  Many believe a recurring number is like a cosmic signal. It is the universe’s way of directing your attention to a pressing matter or theme in your life that you may be missing, forcing you to pay attention to the issue at hand. Others teach us that our spirit guides and angels are trying to get our attention and repeating numbers help to point us in the right direction.

Messages From Repetitive Numbers

If you keep seeing the same number over and over again, embrace the thought that you are being mentored. Take a moment and ask yourself what you have been thinking about prior to the exposure of this number. The repetitive number can actually be a sign of encouragement or reassurance.

Do not look for signs or avoid them, they happen naturally, and will deliver their message somehow. If you continually close your mind to the guidance of your spirit guides, they will stop trying, until you reach a time in your life when you are once again open to them.

Messages From Repetitive Numbers

The most common repetitive numbers seen and their interpretations by many intuitives and healers:

111, 1:11 or 11:11: Wakeup call.  Time for new beginning.

222 or 2:22: Seek balance.  Time to cooperate.

333 or 3:33: Align mind, body and soul.  Express yourself.

444 or 4:44: Home base calling.  Stay grounded.

555 or 5:55: Change is afoot.  Expect a turn of events.

666:  Selfless service to others.  Love of family, healing energy.

777:  Spiritual & mystical.  Seek the truth, meditate and go within.

888:  Set goals to achieve.  Work hard and remain ethical.

999:  Unconditional Love.  Time to forgive and let go.

Messages From Repetitive Numbers

“If women can be railroad workers in Russia, why can’t they fly in space?” ~ Valentina Tereshkova

Inspiring Women - Valentina Tereshokova

Valentina was born March 6, 1937, in Maslennikovo, Russia. She began work at a textile factory when she was 18, and at age 22 she made her first parachute jump under the auspices of a local aviation club. Her enthusiasm for skydiving brought her to the attention of the Soviet space program, which sought to put a woman in space in the early 1960s as a means of achieving another “space first” before the United States. As an accomplished parachutist, Tereshkova was well equipped to handle one of the most challenging procedures of a Vostok space flight: the mandatory ejection from the capsule at about 20,000 feet during reentry. In February 1962, she was selected along with three other woman parachutists and a female pilot to begin intensive training to become a cosmonaut.

During launch, Tereshkova shouted: “Hey sky, take off your hat! I’m coming to see you.”

Inspiring Women - Valentina Tereshkova

June 16, 1963, aboard Vostok 6,  26 year old, Valentina Tereshkova, becomes the first woman to travel into space. Although Tereshkova experienced both nausea and  physical discomfort for much of the flight, she orbited the earth 48 times and spent almost three days in space. With a single flight, she logged more flight time than the combined times of all American astronauts who had flown before that date. Tereshkova also maintained a flight log and took photographs of the horizon, which were later used to identify aerosol layers within the atmosphere.

“Once you’ve been in space, you appreciate how small and fragile the Earth is.”~Valentina Tereshkova

Inspiring Women - Valentina Tershkova

Tereshkova never flew in space again. She later became a test pilot and instructor and earned a doctorate in technical sciences.  She was honored with the title Hero of the Soviet Union. She received the Order of Lenin and the Gold Star Medal. She became a spokesperson for the Soviet Union and while fulfilling this role, she received the United Nations Gold Medal of Peace.  It would be almost 20 years before other women followed Valentina Tereshkova—(Seagull) in space.  Female astronauts/cosmonauts went on to become commonplace in the 1980s.   Now many women from different nationalities have worked in space.  Consider taking a moment to look up at the skies and honor the women that have gone into space, and those few that have given their lives while venturing into the unknown.  Thank you brave pioneers and adventurers representing all females across this amazing planet earth.

100 Most Important Women of the 20th Century (1998 Book)-Pioneers and Adventurers (Included Valentina Tereshkova)

Inspiring Women - Valentina Tereshkova

 

Tuesday's Healing Word - Solitude

Solitude - the state or quality of being alone or remote from others. Solitude is indeed a blessing in disguise.   It is hard to know yourself, if you never spend quality time alone.  Some of the best ideas are conceived in absolute solitude.

Tuesday's Healing Word - Solitude

 ”In Solitude there is healing.

Speak to your soul.

Listen to your heart.

Sometimes in the absence of noise,

we find the answers.”

~Dodinsky

Tuesday's Healing Word - Solitude

“She would not exchange her solitude for anything.

Never again to be forced

to move to the rhythms of others.”

~Tillie Olsen

Tuesday's Healing Word - Solitude

For Balance & Harmony in Your life, Embrace Solitude Versus Crippling Isolation!

Embracing Imperfection Is Healing

December 11th, 2015 | Posted by Velda in ENERGY HEALING

Embracing Imperfections

Yes, I am an avid follower of the “Voice”.  Tuesday evening’s performance by guest star Dolly Parton made me think more about the beauty of  imperfection.  She was raised in a poor family of 12 and sang the song she wrote about a coat her mother made for her when she was a young child.  The coat was made from scrapes of rags. It was not perfect, but it was made with love, and young Dolly was empowered embracing this imperfection. The following verse is from her song:

Embracing Imperfection

by Dolly Parton

My coat of many colors
That my momma made for me
Made only from rags
But I wore it so proudly
Although we had no money
I was rich as I could be
In my coat of many colors
My momma made for me

Embracing Imperfection

Embracing ImperfectionThis is the best time of the year for letting go of perfectionism.  WHY?  Because perfect is impossible.  I invite you to look around and enjoy the beauty of imperfection.  Share your embracing imperfection memories with friends and family.  Here is one of mine.  During my children’s youth, they always picked out a Charlie Brown tree for the play room.  Every year they picked the scraggliest tree on the lot.  After they finished decorating their tree, with all their handmade ornaments, it was adored and accepted for all it’s imperfections.

 EMBRACE THE BEAUTY OF IMPERFECTION AROUND YOU, IT IS HEALING!

Make Your Own First-Aid Spray

December 5th, 2015 | Posted by Velda in OILS

Make Your Own First-Aid Spray

Are you ready to make your own first-aid spray?  It is very rewarding to create healing sprays with essential oils for your own personal use and as gifts for friends and loved ones.  I recommend using only colored glass spray bottles and 100% pure therapeutic Young Living Essential oils.

Make Your Own First-Aid Spray                                        FIRST AID SPRAY

1.  Mix above oils  thoroughly in 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

2.  Add this to 8 ounces of distilled water (best in glass container with tight lid) and shake vigorously.

3.  Pore into spray bottle.

4.  Spray minor cuts and wounds before applying bandage.

5. Repeat 2-3 times daily for 3 days.

6.  Complete the healing process by applying a drop or two of Tea Tree oil to the wound daily for the next few days.

Facts about Lavender: 

Promotes tissue regeneration and speeds up wound healing.  Some of the medical properties are antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and relaxant.

Facts about Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree): 

The medical properties are antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory.

Facts about Cypress: 

Medical properties are improves circulation and strengthens blood capillaries, anti-infectious, antispasmodic, and discourages fluid retention.

The last thing you need to do is label your spray bottle!

Make Your Own First-Aid Spray

Crystals for Careers

December 3rd, 2015 | Posted by Velda in GEMSTONES

Crystals For Careers

I just visited my favorite crystal store and purchased the following book by Philip Permutt called Crystal Chakra Healing- Energy medicine for mind, body, and spirit.  He discusses that his clients’ major underlying problems are associated with their careers.  Many of my clients’ physical, emotional, or mental issues are also related to their current career, wanting to look for another job, or they have a desire to make a total career change.  The stress often includes insomnia, lethargy, digestive disorders, or goes to the weakest part of their body.

The author suggests the following Crystals for:

Crystals & Careers

 The following occupations can benefit from these Crystals:

Crystals for Careers

 Crystals for Careers

 Crystals mentioned above are also great for the following careers:

Apatite (see above) is also a great Crystal for Careers of actors, coaches, trainers, journalists, publishers, singers, teachers, and writers.

Celestite (see below) Crystal for Careers can benefit musicians.

Citrine  (see above) is an excellent Crystal for Careers of Shopkeepers, teachers, and writers.

Rose Quartz (see below) Crystal for Careers can benefit musicians and writers.

Tourmaline—Pink (see below) Crystal for Careers can benefit politicians.

Crystals for Careers

 Watch for more Crystals for Careers in the future!

 

 

 

Healing Power of Poetry

Healing Power of PoetryI can’t.  I just can’t.  I can’t do it all.

I can’t be all things to all people At all times and under all circumstances.

I can’t be the one to always change my plans to suit another’s.

I can’t be the one to pick up after others all the time.

I can’t work all day and stop at the grocery and cook dinner And have it ready by 6:30.

I can’t carry the weight of the world on my shoulders.

I need some support, too, and a rest.

I can’t; can’t, can’t cantaloupe, can’t canticle, can’t cantilever,

Cantina, cantata, cantankerous, cannon,

 

Canape, canard, candelabra, can… can…,
Healing Power of Poetry

Can I? Can I just do it? Can I do it all?

Can I ration my time to allow for my priorities?

Can I ask others to share the burdens?

Can I refuse this role of superwoman?

Can I just ‘say no?’ I can. I can just say no.

I can just say, “I’m out of the business of doing it all.”

I can take time for myself to breathe

And dream or just sit quietly.

And I will!

 

Healing Power of Poetry