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Re: So Much Great Information Here!


Hi Beth,

I think taking a break from active dating can
be a positive experience. I have done it
involuntarily and voluntarily and have had
much more fun when it was a conscious decision~!

Before my current relationship, I was traveling
with my friend, who is a sensitive, and we were
visiting another sensitive who she gifted this
humongous ruby pendant too. Wow, she said, I can
scribe with this~! What do you want to know??
My friend blurted out, when is Zoe's new love
interest coming?? Of course, I was speechless
as I doubt that would have been *my* question,
but she peered into the stone and looked sad,
and said, I'm sorry Zoe, he will not be coming
until the spring after this one. Oh, I was not
disappointed. It really helped me to relax knowing
that I would not have to be looking like a dog
in heat..lol..ggg. It gave me time to make some
shifts, work on my body, do cleansing, and turn
my attention inward. It felt like a wonderful
vacation. Of course, when the time came and the
man she spoke of did show up, I was stunned to
find him at the back door. He felt like a long
lost friend...and was certainly well worth the wait~!

Now about your cards...neato~! I wish you lived
close and we could *trade*~! I love having
Reflexology done on me. One of my significant
relationships was with a Reflexologist. One of
the ways we connected early on, was arranging to
trade bodywork with each other. I like doing this
with men and women since it is such a feel-good
way to connect, as well as, healing~!

Where I used to live, Reiki circles were very popular
and so many positive relationships can come out of
body working sessions. I took a class on Reflexology
once, and thought it was so relaxing and fun to be
in the same room with a room full of peoplepaired off
and alternating working on each other's feet. You may
consider doing something like forming a healing circle.
It could even benefit your actual practice~! Anyway, cards
can be very helpful...and even when it is a love interest
you are handing your card to, that person should be
impressed that you feel good enough about yourself and
what you do, to put it on a card~!

I went to a party over the holidays where healers
had come from all over. It was fun to read the cards
later and email different people. Fun too since
when I asked if anyone HAD a card, all hands dug
into their purses or wallets to produce one...ggg.

For the most part, it sounds like you have a good
attitude growing. I have discovered through my life,
that people change and often you outgrow relationships.
For whatever reason, you just do not resonate with
the person anymore. I have also learned not to take
it personally or to try to figure it out too much
because more often than not, it reflects my own efforts
to shift and grow, and the other persons effort to stay
the same. Naturally, it makes it necessary to continue
moving forward on one's own healing path and to
continue to look for, and enjoy the others you will find
on your walk to wellness and life.

Many blessings,
Zoe

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