Living By Faith Not By Sight Helps Us Create The Golden Age

by Edith Boyer-Telmer

Dear Friends,
a little while ago, I posted for you an article called “The importance of protest and revolution in modern society“. In this piece I shared that there is a need for us all to speak up for change in an authentic and clear voices, and demand a collectively more humane behavior in this world. During the last few weeks, I received a lot of messages where people expressed the impatience and anger that humanity feels in our collective awakening right now. It looks like for many people the current events in the world are frightening and rather irritating, and for some beings it is mainly difficult to see a brighter future for the human race right now.
But that is exactly the job we have to manage as collective, if we want to see the Golden Age of Aquarius happen on planet earth. A conscious studie for the development of emotional intelligence and the resulting inner power to have deeper faith, can help us all in this daily transition. Lets take a look what people have to say about faith and how it supports us on our journey!

Faith is walking face-first and full-speed into the dark. If we truly knew all the answers in advance as to the meaning of life and the nature of God and the destiny of our souls, our belief would not be a leap of faith and it would not be a courageous act of humanity; it would just be… a prudent insurance policy.
Elizabeth Gilbert

When you get to the end of all the light you know and it’s time to step into the darkness of the unknown, faith is knowing that one of two things shall happen: either you will be given something solid to stand on, or you will be taught how to fly.
Edward Teller

If we can just let go and trust that things will work out they way they’re supposed to, without trying to control the outcome, then we can begin to enjoy the moment more fully. The joy of the freedom it brings becomes more pleasurable than the experience itself.
Goldie Hawn

The Simple Path
Silence is Prayer
Prayer is Faith
Faith is Love
Love is Service
The Fruit of Service is Peace
Mother TeresaTwelve Sacred Voices from the East and West
I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
THE SWORD DROP FROM MEN’S HAND
EVEN AT THE HEIGHT OF THE ARC OF THEIR ANGER
BECAUSE WE HAVE FINALLY REALIZED THERE IS ONLY ONE FLESH TO WOUND,
OUR DIVINE ONENESS

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
ALL CREATURES HOLDING HANDS
AS WE PASS THROUGH THIS MIRACULOUS EXISTENCE
SHARING ON THE WAY TO EVEN A GREATER BEING OF SOUL,
A BEING OF PURE DANCING LIGHT
FOREVER ENTWINED AND AT PLAY WITH EXISTENCE

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO HEAR THIS,
EVERY SONG THE EARTH HAS SUNG,
SINCE IT WAS CONCEIVED IN THE DIVINE WOMB
AND BEGAN SPINNING FROM ITS OWN WISH

EVERY SONG BY WING,
BY FIN AND BY HOOF,
EVERY SONG BY HILL, BY FIELD AND BY TREE,
BY MAN, BY WOMAN AND BY CHILD,

EVERY SONG OF AN OCEAN, A RIVER AND A STREAM,
EVERY SONG OF TOOL AND LYRE AND FLUTE,
EVERY SONG OF GOLD OF EMERALD AND FIRE,
EVERY SONG THE HEART SHOULD CRY WITH MAGNIFICENT DIGNITY,
TO KNOW ITSELF AS GOD

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
MEN SO TRUE TO LOVE
THEY WOULD RATHER DIE BEFORE SPEAKING AND UNKIND WORD
MEN SO TRUE TO THEIR LIVES OF GODS GOVERNANCE,
A PROMISE OF HOPE

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
THE SWORD DROP FROM MEN’S HAND
EVEN AT THE HEIGHT OF THE ARC OF THEIR RAGE
BECAUSE WE HAVE FINALLY REALIZED,
THERE IS ONLY ONE FLESH TO WOUND
Daniel LadinskyDear ones, I am glad we are on this crazy collective awakening path together! Thank you that you are so deeply caring for our collective human evolution and that you are making the world a more beautiful place with your loving heart! Think peaceful thoughts, take divine action, what ever else is needed will be delivered by the rhythms and cycles of time!
Love and Light!
Edith

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Love Poems To Life and Other Lovers

aloby Edith Boyer-Telmer

Dear Friends,
When we talked about the inner fire of alchemy and the 10 Attributes of Shamanism, I mentioned creativity and the divers creative expressions that naturally emerge, when or internal energies are in flow and well balanced. If you follow my posts, than you know by now that I love to write ;-). So it is just natural for me, to also enjoy the Art of other writer. Today I feel called to share with you, Love Poems to Life and others, that have moved and inspired me over the years. The beautiful frequencies they radiate have in many moments of my life, touched my heart and fired up my soul with passion. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Love and Blessings
Edith

POEM TO MY LOVER
Oh lift me from the grass,
I die, I faint, I fail.

Let your love and kisses rain,
on my lips and eyelids pail.

My cheek is cold and white,
my heart beats loud and fast.

Oh press it close to yours again,
where it will break at last.aaLOVE POEM TO LIFE
It is I who must begin.
It is I who must begin.
Once I begin, once I try..
here and now, right where I am,

not excusing myself
by saying things would be easier elsewhere,
without grand speeches and ostentatious gestures,

but all the more persistently
…to live in harmony
with the “voice of Being,”
as I understand it within myself

…as soon as I begin that,
I suddenly discover to my surprise,

that I am neither the only one,
nor the first,
nor the most important one,
to have set out upon the road.

Whether all is really lost
or not depends entirely on whether or not
I am lost.”
Vaclav HavelaabLOVE POEM FROM GOD
I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
THE SWORD DROP FROM MEN’S HAND
EVEN AT THE HEIGHT OF THE ARC OF THEIR ANGER
BECAUSE WE HAVE FINALLY REALIZED THERE IS ONLY ONE FLESH TO WOUND,
OUR DIVINE ONENESS

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
ALL CREATURES HOLDING HANDS
AS WE PASS THROUGH THIS MIRACULOUS EXISTENCE
SHARING ON THE WAY TO EVEN A GREATER BEING OF SOUL,
A BEING OF PURE DANCING LIGHT
FOREVER ENTWINED AND AT PLAY WITH EXISTENCE

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO HEAR THIS,
EVERY SONG THE EARTH HAS SUNG, SINCE IT WAS CONCEIVED IN THE DIVINE WOMB
AND BEGAN SPINNING FROM ITS OWN WISH
EVERY SONG BY WING, BY FIN AND BY HOOF, EVERY SONG BY HILL, BY FIELD AND BY TREE,
BY MAN, BY WOMAN AND BY CHILD,
EVERY SONG OF AN OCEAN, A RIVER AND A STREAM, EVERY SONG OF TOOL AND LYRE AND FLUTE,
EVERY SONG OF GOLD OF EMERALD AND FIRE,
EVERY SONG THE HEART SHOULD CRY WITH MAGNIFICENT DIGNITY,
TO KNOW ITSELF AS GOD

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
MEN SO TRUE TO LOVE
THEY WOULD RATHER DIE BEFORE SPEAKING AND UNKIND WORD
MEN SO TRUE TO THEIR LIVES OF GODS GOVERNANCE,
A PROMISE OF HOPE

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
THE SWORD DROP FROM MEN’S HAND
EVEN AT THE HEIGHT OF THE ARC OF THEIR RAGE
BECAUSE WE HAVE FINALLY REALIZED,
THERE IS ONLY ONE FLESH TO WOUND
(Love Poems From God: Twelve Sacred Voices from the East and West by Daniel Ladinsky)aaaTO THE LOST LOVER / WITHOUT YOU
My Pillow gazes upon me at night
Empty as a gravestone;
I never thought it would be so bitter

To be alone,
Not to lie down asleep in your hair.

I lie alone in a silent house,
The hanging lamp darkened,
And gently stretch out my hands
To gather in yours,
And softly press my warm mouth
Toward you, and kiss myself, exhausted and weak-
Then suddenly I’m awake
And all around me the cold night grows still.
The star in the window shines clearly-
Where is your blond hair,
Where your sweet mouth?

Now I drink pain in every delight
And poison in every wine;
I never knew it would be so bitter
To be alone,
Alone, without you.
Hermann Hesse

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I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS….

ascending onenDear Friends,
over the last days I talked about the new paradigm around our relationships with all beings, that is emerging inside of us at the moment. I also shared how Indigo Children have a special role in the coming changes in our world. This beautiful poem came to me about two years ago. I started incorporating it in my morning prayer and in my healer training, as a reminder of our deep collective desire for a world of Oneness, Co-operation and Peace. Experience shows, that highly sensitive people like Indigo Children or Crystal Children usually receive profound energetic information from contemplating it. I hope you like it just as much as I do and that the beautiful frequency it has, is touching your heart and soul with the fire of activism!!
Love and Blessings
Edith

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
THE SWORD DROP FROM MEN’S HAND
EVEN AT THE HEIGHT OF THE ARC OF THEIR ANGER
BECAUSE WE HAVE FINALLY REALIZED THERE IS ONLY ONE FLESH TO WOUND,
OUR DIVINE ONENESSiI HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
ALL CREATURES HOLDING HANDS
AS WE PASS THROUGH THIS MIRACULOUS EXISTENCE
SHARING ON THE WAY TO EVEN A GREATER BEING OF SOUL,
A BEING OF PURE DANCING LIGHT
FOREVER ENTWINED AND AT PLAY WITH EXISTENCE HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO HEAR THIS,
EVERY SONG THE EARTH HAS SUNG, SINCE IT WAS CONCEIVED IN THE DIVINE WOMB
AND BEGAN SPINNING FROM ITS OWN WISH
EVERY SONG BY WING, BY FIN AND BY HOOF, EVERY SONG BY HILL, BY FIELD AND BY TREE,
BY MAN, BY WOMAN AND BY CHILD,
EVERY SONG OF AN OCEAN, A RIVER AND A STREAM, EVERY SONG OF TOOL AND LYRE AND FLUTE,
EVERY SONG OF GOLD OF EMERALD AND FIRE,
EVERY SONG THE HEART SHOULD CRY WITH MAGNIFICENT DIGNITY,
TO KNOW ITSELF AS GOD40I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
MEN SO TRUE TO LOVE
THEY WOULD RATHER DIE BEFORE SPEAKING AND UNKIND WORD
MEN SO TRUE TO THEIR LIVES OF GODS GOVERNANCE,
A PROMISE OF HOPE

I HAVE COME INTO THIS WORLD TO SEE THIS,
THE SWORD DROP FROM MEN’S HAND
EVEN AT THE HEIGHT OF THE ARC OF THEIR RAGE
BECAUSE WE HAVE FINALLY REALIZED,
THERE IS ONLY ONE FLESH TO WOUND

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(Love Poems From God: Twelve Sacred Voices from the East and West by Daniel Ladinsky)

Death doulas: helping people face up to dying

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Rebecca Green works with families and helps them to accept the idea of death. Photograph: Murdo MacLeod for the Guardian

Dear Friends,
this is the most beautiful timeline synchronicity. After the articles about holding space for other people and holding space for yourself, now the voice of a woman who professionally is holding space for the death process. A so called “death doula”.
I don’t agree with her on – we don’t need to be spiritual – as we are spiritual beings at any time of our lives on earth, but I agree that there is no need for a sudden awareness of that fact during death – where there was no in life.  In our western culture we have long forgotten to connect with the real meaning of death and mad it a medical drama, instead of a natural occurrence of rhythms and cycles (see picture of the rhythms of death in the middle). Having choice over time and space, our companionship and approach of death, are crucial details of a self-empowered feeling.
Details that make our death a celebrated ritual. They give us the feeling of control – in an uncontrollable situation – and the dignity to take the very last in-, and out-breath as an act of free will.

May each of your breath be one of joy, gratitude and freedom – till the very last!
Blessings Edith

By Eleanor Tuck
People often seek support to bring a new life into the world, but what about when we are preparing to leave it? Rebecca Green talks about what she does: How to die: five positive steps to deal with death top five regrets of the dying, Rebecca Green is a death doula.
The woman sitting opposite me in an Edinburgh cafe is called Rebecca Green. She is in her early 40s, with a soft Birmingham accent and a gentle, smiling face. She is a nurse. But she also does something else – something that has prompted both fascination and animosity in those she has told about it. She is a death doula.
Birth doulas support women and their families through the process of a child being born. And death doulas support people during that other huge event – the one we don’t like to talk about. The idea is hardly new, but in the western world, death has become a medical matter, says Hermione Elliott, director of the charity Living Well Dying Well. The organisation is pioneering the use of death doulas in the UK. “In other cultures around the globe, and for thousands of years, people have stayed in their homes to die, looked after by their family and local community. We want to see a return to this.”
So how did Green become a death doula? “People sense that I am open,” she says. “When I was 19, a crotchety old aunt who was dying asked for me. I could tell she knew she was dying. And she knew that I knew. She just wanted to see it in someone else’s eyes – the truth of it. Then she relaxed. She was in a nursing home and no one would be open about it. She didn’t like the lying and the pretending – it irritated her.”
“Then, in my 20s, not long after I qualified as a nurse, I was lodging with a woman. She became ill, and asked me to go to the doctor with her. I think we both knew that something was happening. I was with her when she was given her diagnosis, and lived with her until she passed away. Her two sons, both friends of mine, had young babies and full-time jobs, so they couldn’t become live-in carers. There was no question that I wouldn’t do what I did. That’s how I became a death doula.”

5 rhythms of death-page-001Green went on to work in hospices, but found it wasn’t for her. “They do a great job, don’t get me wrong. I just found it all a bit holy: I’d drive home listening to thrash metal as an antidote. Some people want that, to be patted and stroked as they pass away. But others want to walk into it, to die alive – not die dying, doing as they’re told.
“I’ve never advertised,” Green says. “It’s all just word of mouth. I don’t always take payment, either. People want different things from me: it could be anything from being a companion at a bedside, to providing practical support for the family. Or aiding conversations with the person’s doctor, which will then help with making decisions about treatment. Or navigating their way through the structure of the NHS. I’ve even met up with a man who simply had a fear of death. We talked for a couple of hours, and that was it, I never saw him again.”
Although some death doulas have a spiritual approach, Green doesn’t. “Some people will hate me for this, but so be it. If a person has not found ‘spirituality’ to be useful to them before they became ill, why introduce it when a person is facing death? I feel it’s a way of avoiding the living person in front of you – and avoiding yourself. Providing a ‘solution’ to this ‘problem’ of death, with a story. It’s big business, this spirituality. It preys on the vulnerable and it’s a crutch that’s going to break when you lean on it. You have your life, your living moments, and yourself – right up to the very end. You are enough – you don’t need to be spiritual.”
Interest in – and demand for – death doulas is on the rise. “It’s because most of us would prefer to die at home, cared for gently,” says Barbara Chalmers of Final Fling, the UK’s first “one-stop shop for end-of-life planning”. “The NHS isn’t the place for that,” Chalmers says. “We’ve lost our community doula skills: the women in the past who looked after birthing and dying. So more and more people – mostly women – are training again in these skills and offering end-of-life companionship as a service. It would be interesting to work out the cost of this for the NHS, instead of them paying to keep dying people in a ward and continuing the notion that death is a medical failure rather than the natural conclusion to life.”
music_love_wideweb__470x311,0I wonder how someone who works so closely with death feels about her own mortality. “Death doesn’t scare me because I don’t know what it is,” Green says. “I suppose I’m saying that the unknown doesn’t scare me. I find the idea that one day I won’t be here any more strange and impossible to imagine.
“But it’s also a fact that I haven’t always been here – I only got here in 1969. Where was I in 1968, or 1945? I have no idea. It makes me smile to think of this.” So does that mean that she doesn’t worry about death? “No, I don’t worry about death. I worry about things like paying my bills. I wish I didn’t, but I do.”
So what does she say to people who are frightened of death? “I don’t offer any views or advice. I don’t try to prove that death isn’t scary. I can’t – I don’t know what death is. And I don’t soothe or placate people when they’re afraid, but rather walk directly into the state of fear with them, as a companion, and without going into a state of fear myself. This can be done as a conversation, as a walk outside together, and often – in fact in most cases – what we talk about is not death, but something else.”

Source: http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/may/04/death-doulas-helping-people-face-up-to-death?CMP=share_btn_fb

8 THINGS EMOTIONALLY STABLE PEOPLE DON’T DO

happ3“I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotions.  I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them.”
―Oscar Wilde

Last night I received an email (creatively) titled “Emotionally Stable People Don’t Do This” from a reader named Karl.  In it he describes a rather chaotic emotional roller coaster that he’s been on for the past few years, personally and professionally.  And then he wrapped up his email with this:

“Truly, I love your book and blog.  Both have helped me get through some seriously tough times.  But even though I’ve made progress, I often struggle with my emotions.  I persistently let every little problem get the best of me.  So I was wondering, what do emotionally stable people NOT do?  I’m asking because, even though I’ve made progress, I know I’m still holding on to old habits that are holding me back.  I need some reminders of what NOT to do!”

haThere are a million ways to answer Karl’s question (especially as it relates to his unique life situation), but since emotional stability is something all of us struggle with at times, I figured I’d take a stab at answering his question in a general sense, for all of us.  Here’s what emotionally stable people don’t do:

  1. They don’t take other people’s behavior personally. – It’s easy to feel unloved and unwanted when people aren’t able to communicate and connect with you in the way you expect.  And it’s so hard not to internalize that disconnection as a reflection on your worth.  But the truth is, the way other people behave and function is not about you.  Most people are so caught up in their own problems, responsibilities and struggles, that the thought of asking you how you’re doing doesn’t even cross their mind.  They aren’t being mean or uncaring – they’re just busy and a bit self-centered at times.  And that’s OK.  It’s not evidence of some fundamental flaw on your part.  It doesn’t make you unlovable or unworthy.  It just means that some people aren’t very good at looking beyond their own egocentric bubble.  But the fact that you are – that despite the darkness you feel, you have the ability to share your love and light with others – is an incredible strength.
  2. They don’t get caught up in petty arguments and drama. – Being strong and emotionally stable doesn’t mean you have to stay and fight all the battles and petty arguments that come your way.  It means just the opposite – you don’t have to stay and respond to other people’s rude remarks and unnecessary hostility.  When you encounter someone with a bad attitude, don’t respond by throwing insults back at them.  Keep your dignity and don’t lower yourself to their level.  True strength is being bold enough to walk away from the nonsense with your head held high.happ2
  3. They don’t just react (they respond mindfully). – A reaction is a hot, thoughtless, in-the-moment burst of emotion that’s usually driven by our ego (we’re more likely to react when we’re disconnected from our rational mind).  It might last just a split second before our intuition kicks in and offers some perspective, or it might take over to the point that we act on it.  When we feel angry or flustered after dealing with a situation or person, that’s a sign we’ve reacted rather than responded mindfully.   Responding mindfully will leave you feeling like you handled things with integrity and poise.
  4. They don’t get stuck thinking the world is ending. – Sometimes the darkest times can bring you to the brightest places, your most painful struggles can grant you the greatest growth, and the most heartbreaking losses of relationships can make room for the most wonderful people.  What seems like a curse at the moment can actually be a blessing in disguise, and what seems like the end of the road is actually just the realization that you are meant to travel a different path.  No matter how difficult things seem, there’s always hope.  And no matter how powerless you feel or how horrible things seem, you can’t give up.  You have to keep going.  Even when it’s scary, even when all your strength seems gone, you have to keep picking yourself back up and moving forward, because whatever you’re battling in the moment, it will pass, and you will make it through.  You’ve made it this far, and you’ve felt this way before.  Think about it.  Remember that time awhile back when you thought the world was ending?  It didn’t.  And it isn’t ending this time either.
  5. They don’t tie their present emotions to past negativity. – When we’re in the ‘here and now,’ it’s much easier to cope with emotions and see them as just that: emotions.  If we get caught up obsessing over the past, emotions and situations can take on new (and untrue) meanings as they become attached to stories.  For example, imagine you just got turned down for a new job.  Naturally you’re disappointed.  But if you’re not present with that emotion, and instead try to act like a tough girl or guy by burying it, the mind delves back into your past for all the other times you’ve felt that way.  Now you feel like a failure and you start to carry a feeling of unworthiness into every future job interview.  When we stay present, we’re empowered to start fresh every moment and we can see every situation with a sharpened perspective, which allows us to grow beyond the negative emotions (and outcomes) standing in our way.
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  6. They don’t try to escape change. – Sometimes, no matter how uncomfortable it makes us feel to admit it, there are things in our lives that aren’t meant to stay.  Change may not be what we want, but it’s always exactly what’s happening.  The Earth does not stop spinning.  And sometimes saying goodbye is the hardest thing you will ever have to do.  Or, saying hello will make you more vulnerable and uneasy than you ever thought possible.  Some changes are almost too much to bear.  But most of the time, change is the only thing that will save your life and allow you to dream and grow and succeed and smile again.  Life changes every single moment, and so can you.
  7. They don’t try (or pretend) to be perfect. – Despite what others may tell you, you can disappoint people and still be good enough.  You can fail and still be smart, capable and talented.  You can let people down and still be worthwhile and deserving of love and admiration.  Everyone has disappointed someone they care about at some point.  Everyone messes up, lets people down, and makes mistakes.  Not because we’re all inadequate or inept, but because we’re all imperfect and human.  Expecting anything different is setting yourself up for confusion and disappointment.
  8. They don’t spew hate at themselves. – When you catch yourself drowning in self-hate, you must remind yourself that you were not born feeling this way.  That at some point in the past some person or experience sent you the message that something is wrong with you, and you internalized this lie and accepted it as your truth.  But that lie isn’t yours to carry, and those judgments aren’t about you.  And in the same way that you learned to think negatively of yourself, you can learn to think new, positive and self-loving thoughts.  You can learn to challenge those false beliefs, strip away their power, and reclaim your self-respect.  It won’t be easy, and it won’t transpire overnight.  But it is possible.  And it begins when you decide that there has to be a better way to live, and that you deserve to discover it.

gffgCLOSING THOUGHTS

Looking after our emotional wellness helps us get the very most out of life.  When we feel emotionally stable, we feel more centered and connected to our intuition.  We become more productive, better at making decisions, more present, and more fulfilled.
So now that we’ve covered eight big “don’ts,” let’s close with a few rapid-fire “do’s” to improve your emotional stability and wellbeing in general…

  • Do… understand that the problem is not the problem – the problem is the incredible amount of over-thinking you’re doing with the problem.
  • Do… realize that just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.  Just because it’s easy, doesn’t mean it’s worth your while.  Do what’s right in life, not what’s easy.
  • Do… know there’s a big difference between empty fatigue and gratifying exhaustion.  Life is too short.  Invest in the activities you deeply care about.
  • Do… admit when you are wrong, and then embrace the fact that you are wiser now than you were before.
  • Do… say “no” so your yeses have more oomph.
  • Do… be so busy loving the people who love you that you don’t have time to worry about the few people who don’t like you for no good reason.
  • Do… focus more on being interested than being interesting.
  • Do… express gratitude and think about how rich you are – your family and friends are priceless, your time is gold, and your health is true wealth.
  • Do… realize that if the grass looks greener on the other side, it’s time to stop staring… stop comparing… stop complaining… and start watering the grass you’re standing on.
  • Do… be old enough to appreciate your freedom, and young enough to enjoy it.
  • Do… see transitions in life as the perfect opportunity to let go of one situation and embrace something even better coming your way.

    Jade Small | March 19, 2015, 

  • Source: http://www.the-open-mind.com/8-things-emotionally-stable-people-dont-do/