Posts by Aurora:

    I really like these.

    June 27th, 2017

    Every now and then I come across, usually by accident, a quote the strikes a cord with me. here are some I really like…

    “We are not human beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.” ~ Stephen Covey 

    “Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities” ~ Albert Einstein

    “My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness”~ The Dalai Lama 

    “Life isn’t about finding yourself, Life is about creating yourself”

    Seeing death as the end of life is like seeing the horizon as the end of the ocean.” ~David Searls

    These are only a few that I like, I am always finding more and it makes me sit and wonder, what were these people going through at that time in their lives to have such wisdom.

    Did they experience pain? or maybe a epiphany? or was it just something someone said as they were going about their day.

    Every day we meet someone who, unbeknown to them changes our lives in a way they could never even know.

    Next time someone cuts you off in the car, relax and smile, they may have stopped you from going the wrong way, the next time someone goes really slow, smile, they may have prevented you from having an accident further up and the next time someone is nasty, hostile or angry towards you, smile, they have nowhere to go with that!

    Love always
    Aurora

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    Our Deepest Fear

    May 22nd, 2011

    “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” Marianne Williamson

    I love this saying and I was  quite surprised that it was written for Nelson Mandela by Marianne Williamson, It speaks volumes about how we have so much power inside us to be what ever we want to be but that we scare ourselves let the fear stop us. And if we just believe we can be what ever we want to be, then we can and will.  And have every right to be!

     

    That’s my thought on it anyway 🙂

     

    Aurora

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    Fibromyalgia Poll

    May 18th, 2011

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    Fighting My PCOS Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome Part 1

    May 18th, 2011

    **Please note I am very graphic with my details in this blog**


    When I was young about 15 I  suffered with heavy periods and mind numbing cramps when I had my period, so, as they do, I was put on the pill, that lasted all of about a month, I felt so ill I went off it and forgot about it, learning to deal with the pain instead, using hot packs and a Panadol.

    As I got older, around 17 -19 I had horrible pains, which I would later learn through my own investigations was Mittelschmerz, lower abdominal pain that occurs in women at or around the time of an egg is released from the ovaries (ovulation). However I was told it was stress and to just relax and when that didn’t help and I actually passed out from the pain one day, I has in hospital having my appendix out!  That was the “diagnosis”

    I continued to have pain and as I also had undiagnosed Fibromyalgia, I wasn’t sure half the time where the pain was coming from, I simply hurt all over and now I was developing new symptoms, hemorrhaging, massive clots and just feeling sick all the time, doctor after doctor would see me and send me away with new medications, which never worked and only made things worse, I was diagnosed with the same banner they put people in when they fit into the “too hard basket” depression! I had never had a depressed day in my life so I refused to believe it and also refused to take the anti-depressants they were trying to get me to take.

    I went on about my life, got married and worked, usually with a lot of pain, but I just thought I was lazy and so I pushed through, I started to gain weight around 19, being told now that THIS was what the problem was, I needed to lose weight and all my problems would go away, I hasten to add I wasn’t even overweight, merely well-developed and curvaceous, however the weight did continue to pile on and then all of a sudden I missed several periods, I would go over a year with no period at all, “lose weight, you’ll be right” was all I was told, so I did, I lost weight and now my periods returned with a vengeance, back to the hemorrhaging, massive clots and just feeling sick all the time, now I was passing hard polyps and in and out of hospital having Dilation (or dilatation) and curettage (D&C) they would find large polyps and remove them then I would go home and nothing would change.

    One day after D&C I was recovering in the hospital when I felt this horrible pain in my stomach, as I had put up with so much pain for so many years I just laid there, when the nurse came in I asked her for some pain relief, “you don’t look like someone in pain” she said, I rolled around in pain for a while then felt so sick I was on my way to the bathroom when I felt one of those horrible gushes and onto the floor was blood and a large polyp, when I pressed the button and the nurse came in she looked at me, looked at the floor and said “oh my you must have been in a lot of pain” duh!!

    The doctor told me there wasn’t much to report and to go home, I did, and I continued on the cycle of heavy periods and no periods. Not game enough to continue seeing a doctor or telling anyone how bad I felt, I simply continued on.

    After many years of this roller coaster of pain, hemorrhaging, anaemia, fatigue and sheer frustration, I wanted to get pregnant, but by now I was not even having a period, at all again!!. I was not coping at all well, especially when the doctors told me I would never be able to conceive due to the lack of ovulation.

    To be continued…………

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    Just because you cant see the wind….

    May 17th, 2011
    “Just because you cant see the wind, doesn’t mean it does not exist”
    Aurora T

    I have been asked what the meaning is behind this quote and here is the answer..

    I felt it covered everything I do and I believe in, Mind, Body and Soul.

    Mind: I believe that what we think we attract, so even though we can’t see the energetic level these thoughts vibrate on, sooner or later you will know it, as you will attract those things into your life.

    Body: As I suffer from illness’ that can’t be seen as such, like a broken leg can be seen when it is plastered, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t real. I have learnt to never judge people unless I know the facts and this has come about from being judged myself when I have needed to wear sunglasses in a bright shopping center for example as I have had a raging migraine and no one to go to the shops for me, and countless times people have said to me “you don’t look sick”

    Soul: I can get information from the other side, and I feel things about people, why? I don’t know, I see it as a gift and I use it wisely, however I can’t see it, but it does exist.

    And that is where the quote comes from, I use it, I believe in it and I love it!
    Aurora T

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    My Hero, My Dad.

    May 14th, 2011

    A year ago today I lost the hero in my life, the man who not only gave me life but taught me all about it and made me the woman I am today. My dad was diagnosed with Cancer and fought a tough battle, it was the hardest thing I have ever had to do, watch my dad pass away.

    I remember sitting next to him in the hospital and getting an overwhelming sense of panic and I told my sisters I needed to go, I knew he had left and was on a new Journey, but it didn’t make it any easier, his body let go in the early hours of the next morning.

    It did at times make me question my own spiritual beliefs as I had now lost the one person who I could always go to for anything and would always be there with the advice I needed to hear, whether I liked it or not, the person who helped me on my own spiritual journey, my hero, my dad, but I had to draw on my beliefs to help me get through this.

    When I arrived home a big beautiful black butterfly with white and blue spots on him flew up to me and landed on the leaves of the tree in front of me, he followed me as I walked slowly around always stopping next to me, I knew it was from my dad, that butterfly was around for 3 days, every time I went outside it was there, it was very reassuring. I have a love of butterflies and I knew this was a clear and strong message from my dad that he was around me.

    As the year went on and I was in my grieving process I would meditate and communicate with my dad, I could feel his presence very strongly, I would feel him close by and also know when he was off visiting and looking after other members of the family, his “girls” – Mum, my sisters and all of our daughters, none of us had boys and dad proudly looked after his “girls”, the love he has for us was as deep as it possibly could be while he was with us on the earth plane and stronger than ever now.

    One day I was with my partner and I saw a flash of white light, this was nothing new to me as I usually see it when a spirit is around, but this time the flash was blinding, my partner said “what was that!?” He had seen it as well “it’s my dad” I told him and he left me alone to communicate with him, it was at this time my dad told me that anytime I needed him he was there, and to always look after number one, which was his motto, I talked with him for ages then he wanted to go be with mum, I knew then I could communicate with him when ever I needed to and this gave me a lot of comfort.

    There were times when I would doubt my connection with my dad, thinking maybe it was all in my head, my need to be able to have him that close again, this would make me very sad, I had no idea why I would doubt it as I never got it wrong before, not with anyone I have helped connect with, so why now?

    I was away with my partner for a few days and as I lay on the bed watching the surf gently rolling in I got the feeling that my dad needed to talk to me again, so I made the connection and I was amazed and comforted by what came through….

    I burst into the most uncontrollable tears as I felt his energy around me, he was happy that my partner and I had gotten engaged, he acknowledged all the things my girls had achieved and then he was very quiet, he asked me what it was I needed to know right at this moment, I gathered my composure and relaxed and expressed to him that I was confused, I needed to know, be reassured that he was OK, where was he? how did he get around? did he feel pain when he left? all the things we want to know but have no idea. His response was amazing, he told me that I firstly needed to let go of “ego” meaning that I needed to trust with my spirit not my mind and let any preconceived ideas of what I thought go, so I breathed deeper and as I felt myself relax more and go deeper, he asked me if I could feel the weightlessness, I could, he told me I had now let go of my ego and could ask him what ever I needed to.

    I asked him all the things I needed to and I felt at an overwhelming peace flowing through me.

    I still see the black butterfly often, usually when I need confirmation I am doing the right thing or on the right path and I am sure I always will.

    My father was an amazing man who was always there to help me and he is an amazing soul who is still always there right beside me

    Aurora T

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    Get Twitting

    May 13th, 2011

    I decided to join twitter about a month ago, it wasn’t long before I had over 200 followers, sure you get your share of spammers and freaks who just want you to click on their affiliate links, but after I tweeked and twittered I learnt how to weed them out and now I have a lovely range of people who, like me are on there to help others and of course promote their web sites and to share their feelings, pain and things they have found useful.
    It has also been very interesting to read the symptoms of other people with FMS/CFS and other automimmune diseases, there is also a wide range of people who are proactive in helping to reduce their symptoms and others who find comfort in sharing how they feel, knowing they are being heard and understood.
    It has given me a lot to think about and to write about in the future, so to my fellow tweeters, I thank you for being my friends.
    If you would like to follow me my twitter name is thepathbeyond

    Happy tweeting
    Aurora T

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    The Path Beyond

    April 26th, 2011

    The path beyond was developed with the love and support of my amazing partner Mr D, the name came  from my need to help heal the pain of losing my father to cancer in May 2010 and knowing he was now on his own spiritual path beyond, it has gone through many transformations and is due to be updated in May 2011. Find out more here The Path Beyond.

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    Chakra Healing and Balancing

    April 25th, 2011

    There are two main ways gemstones are used on chakras — placement on a single chakra at a time or placement on all chakras at once. One can experiment to see what works best for them.

    Chakras are the 7 main energy centers of the body according to Eastern medicine.

    They are in the center of the body, starting at the base of the spine and running up to the top of the head.

    1. Root/Base Chakra
    2. Sex/Navel Chakra
    3. Stomach/Solar Plexus Chakra
    4. Heart Chakra
    5. Throat Chakra
    6. Brow/Third Eye Chakra
    7. Crown Chakra

    To find a chakra:

    1. Use a gemstone and circle front of body in alarge circle over where a chakra should be
      • many gemstones will work — but I find Black Onyx easiest
      • one can do this without a gemstone after practice but using a gemstone makes it much easier
    2. Slowly decrease the size of circle following the energy.
      • With Black Onyx, you can feel where the Chakra is by where you place it on your body. One’s body will tingle where chakras are.
      • Other gemstones can be more subtle. The gemstone simply feels like it is being lead to the Chakra.

    Single Chakras

    Often one simply wants to work on a single chakra. Simply place a gemstone or strand of gemstones on a Chakra and keep them there from 3-25 minutes. I prefer using clear optical quality quartz on chakras. However, here are the stones that others recommend on each chakra.

    1. Root/Base Chakra: Black Onyx/Obsidian
    2. Sex/Navel Chakra: Carnelian
    3. Stomach/Solar Plexus Chakra: Citrine
    4. Heart Chakra: Rose Quartz/Ruby
    5. Throat Chakra: Indigo (translucent Sodalight)/Purple Rainbow Fluorite
    6. Brow/Third Eye Chakra: Amethyst/Aquamarine/Lapis Lazuli/Clear Quartz
    7. Crown Chakra: Amethyst/Clear Quartz

    One can always substitute clear quartz sphere or strand of frosted quartz for any chakra. Other people have different charts. Experiment. Find what works best for you! If a stone ever feels very uncomfortable, I recommend removing it.

    Another way to do single chakra therapy is to take a single stone and sequentially work your way up the chakras. Ie. put malachite on your root chakra for 3-5 minutes; then on your sex chakra for 3-5 minutes, etc. This teaches you multiple things:

    • How a stone feels on each chakra
    • Which chakra it works best on (or does it feel good on all)
    • If the stone works well on more than one chakra

    My favorite gemstone to do this with is emerald (a 2″ ring of beads works GREAT). My clients have found this very healing.

    All Chakras

    The easiest therapy is to take 7 clear quartz spheres or 7 strands of frosted quartz and place them on all your chakras – starting at the base chakra and working your way up. Let them stay on your chakras for 5-25 minutes. Remove the strands in the opposite order — starting from the crown chakra. You may wish to wear a strand of frosted quartz when done to help maintain your balance.

    I have tried this therapy w/ spheres and strands of several types of gemstones. When using other gemstones, I recommend using with spheres.

    • I tried this once with strands of black opal and it was very overwhelming.
    • Green Aventurine felt healing but didn’t help nearly as much as putting it directly on an organ that needed it.
    • Amethyst was very uplifting — but it seemed to be much better on the higher chakras singly or directly on an organ such as stomach or liver
    • Rose quartz felt good — but my body wanted more rose quartz on heart chakra than on other chakras
    • Rhodocrusite was too strong for me. Try it for a very very short time (15 seconds) on a single chakra. Always follow it by something soothing/healing.

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    May 12th is Awareness Day for ME/CFS and FMS

    April 23rd, 2011

    Why Was May 12th Chosen as Awareness Day for ME/CFS and FMS?                                                                             Florence_Nightingale_CDV_by_H_Lenthall

    In 1992, Tom Hennessey who resides in the United States, founded Repeal Existing Stereotypes about Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases, (RESCIND, Inc.), and realized that an international day was necessary to bring awareness to ME/CFS and chose May 12th as the day for awareness activities because it is the birth date of Florence Nightingale.

    Florence Nightingale, the English army nurse, became chronically ill in her mid-thirties and may have been ill with ME/CFS and/or FM. Ms Nightingale represents unselfish dedication and for the past 50 years of her life was bedridden but still managed to found the world’s first school of nursing. In her memory and for her dedication, this day was chosen. Early support for Awareness Day came from a group located in the United Kingdom called Blue Ribbon for the awareness of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (BRAME) and highlighted this day at a World Medical Conference on ME/CFS in 1995 which to the establishment of it becoming an international awareness day.

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