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Re: repeat from christian modalities
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Re: repeat from christian modalities

Awesome to hear you are having a great energy day. Working outdoors on a beautiful day can bring some of the best thinking. I enjoy being on my riding lawnmower with battery operated radio inside a pair of large headphones. Praise music drowning out the noise of the world.

My favorite thinking spot is the garden, especially when there is Sugar snaps growing. Sitting out in the garden with my cup of mushroom coffee, eating Sugar snaps peas, listening to the birds while my feet get a chance to touch the soil some.

Missed doing that this year. Had to travel out of state to care for an Aunt who was ill. Stayed longer than expected...almost 6 months, so there was no way to care for a garden.

Did however learn alot about finding peace in the midst of caring for another. It really does start with relaxing and talking with God. My problem being I was use to speaking out loud in my prayers and really didn't want my Aunt interrupting me by saying "what did you say?" lol

Discovered that late at night I would fill my bath with hot water and 4 cups of espom salt and a quart of hydrogen peroxide and could soak and pray in whispers. Actually like it better because it made it feel personal and secretive just between God and I. Very healing inside and out. I guess that was my growing edge for this year.

I don't know how your family is but around here christian family can be very similar. We always love each other, no matter what, but we sometimes take time off and spend time doing other things or with other people. When we get back together it's a new fresh start. Sometimes people are here reading, just not chatting.

There are christians here at curezone but everyone is here for different reasons. I would say the most are here trying to find what will heal their minds and bodies. Some are here to teach, others to debate, to learn, to share and even some to destroy. Glad there are not too many of them.

For me, I guess I'm here because I'm grateful to God for showing me how to heal and so I stayed behind to help others with the same.

How about you? What are you here for?

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