Friday, October 19, 2018

Dreamers Howl by EE Beyond



Dtube link:    https://d.tube/#!/v/elainefaye/zdrbb2cw


It's better when they purr....

Mike

Quite a talent.  First learned of her today.   Best wishes for continued and enjoyable howls.

To learn more about this widely overlooked talent, please click on the links below:

https://www.popdust.com/ee-beyond-too-high-premiere-2591758908.html

or

https://eebeyond.com

or

Dtube link:      https://d.tube/#!/v/elainefaye/zdrbb2cw



Thursday, October 18, 2018

Only Humanity Can Augment Humanity - A Quotation from M.N. Hopkins



Only humanity can augment humanity.  AI can never and will never be up to the task.

© 2018  M.N. Hopkins

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Being A Medium & Precautions To Take - The Wisdom of Omraam Mikheal Aivanhov




Being a medium - the precautions to take

"You sometimes meet very sensitive people and highly sensitive mediums who are in a deplorable state because they have no means of defending themselves against astral entities. It is good to be sensitive to the invisible world, provided you first exercise judgment and will-power. To make contact with the invisible world, you must abandon yourself, one way or another, to the influence of spirits.  But not all spirits of the invisible world are favorably disposed towards human beings. Some take advantage of defenseless human beings and deceive them, use them and steal their energies. And after a while, these poor souls are completely exhausted and disoriented.

It is not enough to feel an attraction for some aspects of occult sciences. A genuine master will tell you to wait the necessary time and to prepare yourself. The day they consider you to be sufficiently purified and strong, it is they who will unveil the truth, and then everything you wanted to see or know will become accessible to you."

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Homemade Calendula Salve Recipe



CALENDULA SALVE


Slow Living Essentials,   19 April, 2011

After my recent satisfaction with making some homemade comfrey ointment (salve),  I took the advice of Lisa  and gave some homemade calendula salve a go. 

Making it was very similar to the comfrey salve, although this time I employed the use of the slow cooker to infuse the petals and oil. I also tried a double infusion this time, which I had been wanting to give a try.

Calendula Salve

300ml olive oil (or other vegetable oil to your liking)
dried calendula flower heads (I used 2 generous handfuls)
30g beeswax, grated


As I had a ready supply of dried calendula petals grown in our garden over the summer, I opted to use them up.

The oil and a generous handful of flower heads and petals were placed into the slow cooker on 'low' heat and left for around 4 hours. As the flower heads were thoroughly dried, there was no splattering in the pot caused by moisture, like there was with the comfrey ointment. 

After four hours, the oil was sieved and returned to the pot with a fresh handful of dried flowers. This was left to infuse on 'low' for another four hours. As my slow cooker is really old (!), and doesn't get up to the hot temperatures that slow cookers of today seem to do, I was pretty confident that the oil would be safe in there and not overheat, ruining the infusion and possibly burning.

After the second infusion, the oil was again strained and the grated beeswax was added and allowed to melt into the oil before pouring into a clean salsa jar. It was left uncovered until the mixture had set, which took around 15-20 minutes. Oops, I forgot to add, I also added about 4 drops of lavender oil while the beeswax was melting, both for fragrance and soothing properties.

We started using the salve straight away. I have been rubbing it on all of my 'dry' bits - feet, hands, fingernails, while the 9 yo has been applying it to her sore ears where she seems to often get skin irritations. We have both seen an improvement in just this short week we have been using it. Of course, the other two suddenly 'discovered' hidden scratches and cuts that needed some homemade medicinal love....

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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Perfect Peace - A Prayer Put To Music Video Creation



Youtube link:       https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=Tit7aP-ftpY&feature=autoshare


A prayer put to music...a beautiful video creation.

Peace out and enjoy.   I can recommend that you listen to this before bedtime and you may find yourself having some sweet and inspirational dreams.

Mike


Sunday, September 30, 2018

A Time Is Coming - A Quotation from St. Anthony


I think that perhaps that time has already arrived.


Saint Anthony the Great

(251-356 AD)


Saint Anthony (or Antony) the Great, "star of the wilderness" and "father of all Christian monks," is a greatly beloved figure of the ancient Christian world. Though he was certainly not the first Christian to leave the cities for a life of solitude in more remote areas, Antony stands prominently as the hugely popular father of the important Desert Father-Mother movement in upper Egypt. The movement soon spread this eremetic (hermit) and cenobitic (communal monastic) form of deeply meditative, very austere, and psychologically rigorous Christian spirituality over to Palestine, Syria, Greece and beyond. Not long afterwards, the movement crossed the Mediterranean sea to Italy and thence to much of Europe.