I understand why some would say not to focus on past lives, but to focus on this life… but, as shown by examples in the various books about this subject, if a regression works, it can help you to have a much more fulfilling time of it in this life.
hopena hasn't consumed anything recently.
13 entries have been written about this.
Why it's taking me forever to finish consuming "The Vein of Gold: A Journey to Your Creative Heart" — 3 years ago
I’ve had this book for about ten years or so, started working through it, and don’t remember why I stopped (not that far in either: around the time when she has readers listing things for every five years of their lives…).
I just felt the urge to pull it off the beautiful book shelf that my Dad made for me last year, so we’ll see how far I get this time. (The first quote I read in the book is “Wherever you are is the entry point!” by Kabir.)
A story about "Cathe Friedrich's Low Impact Circuit DVD" — 3 years ago
Tough workout… one I need to do again. Warning: it has a lot of push-up work in the second half, from what I remember (I only remember groaning when she said that yet another set was coming up).
I could have sworn I’ve had this for eleven years, but it’s been nine. :)
The part that stuck with me, was the section about the brain, and how new pathways/grooves are created in the brain, as you change your thoughts and behaviours/habits.
Why it's taking me forever to finish consuming "The Tao of Equus: A Woman's Journey of Healing and Transformation through the Way of the Horse" — 3 years ago
It’s taking me forever to finish this book, for the same reason that it’s taking me too long to finish other books: too many distractions, sometimes depressing ones.
I received her deck of cards and book set – The Way of the Horse – for my birthday. I’d originally added the set to my wish list in January of last year, just weeks before losing Spot, and found it in the bookstore for $30, in the horse section, unfortunately after having picked something out for my mother and to share. After receiving the set, I looked up her other books, and ordered this in from the library. It’s one of those that I keep wanting to quote to people, for different reasons, although some are more interested than others. ;) I might post a couple more small sections later on, if this cold doesn’t wear me down; I bent the corner of a couple of pages, so that I could go back to them, but forgot to do so with another part that interested me. Once I finish, I’m going to have to re-read it… I just find it fascinating and comforting.
Interestingly, late in 2008, I started to feel the urge to go horse-riding again, for the first time in years. I still haven’t gone, but horses kept showing up in my life after that, in various ways.
A story about "Enslaved by Ducks" — 3 years ago
I am really enjoying this book, and I love the name of his weekly pet podcast: “What Were You Thinking?” :D
A story about "Shadowscapes Tarot" — 3 years ago
This is a beautiful deck – you can see scans here:
The Six of Cups is one my favourites, so far. :)
Why I want to consume "Jitterbug Perfume" — 3 years ago
I finally remembered to order this from the library ~ I’ve had it on a list as a book to read “some day,” after reading flowergirl’s entry on it, elsewhere (two years ago). It just arrived from the library… I have to finish a few books before I can read it, though. :)
A story about "New York, I Love You" — 4 years ago
Julie Christie was a stand-out for me; she’s just luminous.
The scene with Robin Wright Penn, was a nice surprise. I rolled my eyes at the beginning – outside the building, when she was smoking with a man.
A story about "Strangers" — 4 years ago
An old favourite ~ tied for first place with Watchers, as my favourite book by Dean Koontz. :)