Monday, September 19, 2011

Just So You Know...

There is a good possibility that I said a prayer for you this day, or sent a thought {{hug}}, or deliberately smiled when your name drifted through my thoughts. And for those of you, of whose belief system I am sure, I've said a prayer in that vein. It is said that praying for a person, 'by name,' is the most powerful form of prayer. I like the notion of being able to amp up a simple good thought into something that supports and nurtures.

If I dreamed of you in the night, when I awoke I sent a blessing. If your name comes to me during the day, I stop and send you a specific good thought. If you are dealing with a physical issue or energetic imbalance, with your permission, I have sent Reiki. Because, I think we all need this.

I haven't been awake all that long, but for some reason today, if I were to post all the names that have stopped to visit with me, the list would be quite long.

So, please know that I 'heard' you and sent a positive thought spiraling up and out with your name attached like a card on a balloon released into a clear blue sky.

All these years attempting to understand the nature of the relationship with Spirit means that now I am certain of some things but honestly, prayer isn't one of them. I can't say with a certainty that I understand what constitutes prayer. I just know that being in contact to all that is good seems like a definition.

So just so you know, I heard you and sent a 'prayer'. Or, loving experiences I've shared with you crossed my mind and I whispered, 'thank you.' Or, if you are scared and worried or dealing with a hard issue, your need has been acknowledged and supported.

Or, for any of another reason and causes...just so you were thought of with positive energy and love this day.

Namaste' Till Next Time,

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Silent Sermon Sunday

Blessings on you wee Ava, you are a miracle.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka Great Aunt Holly

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Commence The Giggling!

There are few things that I will miss about summer when it's gone. One of them is fresh corn. Livy would agree. Don't fret about the fact that the ear of corn is as big as her head. She can tackle it!

Each season, just like each person, has virtues and delicious parts. Hope you have the opportunity to experience that today. Yum!

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka Great Aunt Holly

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Welcome Home

"I do not understand the mystery of grace--only that it meets us where we

are, but does not leave us where it found us."

~ Ann Lamont

I hope today, you have a chance to rest in the light and feel the grace all around you. It's cool, gray, and rainy as I write this. Autumn is definitely dancing closer. There is a sense of relief and quiet that follows the blaze of Summer days.

Namaste' Till Next Time,


Sunday, September 11, 2011

Silent Sermon Sunday

Because Americans will and can never forget...but more miraculously, they move forward from tragedy and build it to triumph.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka She Who Remembers
image of the Freedom Tower Fountain thanks to the Internet

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Forgive Me A Little Pout?

Please understand that I am very aware that thousands have lost everything thanks to Hurricane Irene and her flooding aftermath. The pictures are awful and now the east coast is getting pounded by the left-overs from tropical storm Lee. And adding insult to injury, Hurricane Katia is swirling her mischief in the Atlantic.

Michael and I were scheduled to leave Friday for a vacation that we've planned for almost a year. The dogs had reservations at Camp Scanlon- (We have the greatest neighbors who actually look forward to Rory and Fiona staying at their home. I believe their enthusiasm runs along the same premise as that regarding grandchildren-- all the fun AND they eventually go home again!

At any rate, My Lion and I were all ready to meet my brother, sister-in-law, her mom, Laura, Eric, Livy, Baby Ava, and our dear friends Carole & Al for a beautiful week in a spectacular beach house in Rodanthe on the Outer Banks. Years ago, this is the crowd who used to get together and rent a house at various beach paradises. We always had a blast! I was so looking forward to introducing Livy & Ava to our sandy adventures.

The problem is that Hatteras Island remains under a mandatory evacuation until September 17; the day we were supposed to come HOME!


So, I hope you can forgive me while I pout for a bit. I'll get over it long before they get the Island reopened. Blessings on the people trying to pull their lives back together.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Thanks to Flkr for this adorable image of a toddler named Dova
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