I awakened early with great anxiety. Feelings of loneliness and separation overwhelmed me. Then I remembered to write my gratitude. Start Gratitude, a practice of mental cleansing. All of the heaviness I felt lifted, and suddenly I felt as if I could cope. All of my despair over recent losses and anticipated losses disappeared, with the practice of gratitude....I am grateful for the love in my life; the aloneness...it is a time to develop gratitude and finish projects,… Continue
thanks for your offer to help the BIG HUG to become real.
For the moment the best you can do is spreading the word around.
The event is for all humans in the world and I think we need a lot of time to inform every one to participate.
Money is not needed if we put our love and intention of ONENESS into it. And if all human see the power we have as ONE, we can make incredible co-creations fpr the best of all.
Please let me know your email, so I can send you the official presentation of BIG HUG and you could send it to all of your friends.
And it would be very nice to welcome you at www.bighug.ning.com where the english speakers are gathering.
Please let me know if you have friends who are spanish speakers, because I can send you the presentation als o in spanish.
Thanks for your power and positive intentions
Light and unconditional love
Well, I'm not sure about our hair being directly related to our emotional states -- in this case, alopecia, it's genetically caused, an autoimmune disorder. So at best, it could be something from a past life or an experience that was chosen for soul growth. Some people are born with alopecia and some people develop it later in life. It's a frustrating and mysterious condition.
I have been meeting several light-filled new friends from Woodstock here lately. Maria Sofia (Marion) and Josh (with baby) were met at the Meher Baba Center. Wayne, I met at the Unity Church, and he also enjoys the Baba Center, while visiting his Mom near Myrtle Beach. And of course, I have great memories of Woodstock Concert, though only through film and photos. I was at the next big one near Atlanta. Peace, Ron