Someone Save A Life 2Night …

I was late teens , lying on the floor of Beloved’s ex listening to

Elton John , Yellow Brick Road …Buzzed , and the intensity as

I listened to this new LP, connected me in a way that was scary/good .

Having been friendly all my life , certainly stepping back from what

I did not understand as energy .. I was shy, and did not try to evoke

attention , unless I wanted to…not often ..certainly tired of challenges

to be heard and understood .

Smiling , especially with the eyes is a gift to me and I hope I give it out

plenty…acceptance …

I hoped to be an instrument during these challenging times and I am

as clear , my own … Mind over body …Body seems weary .

9 hours sleep last night ***

Solar Plexus

Gut Reactions

Center of our intuitive power .

Pancreas Represents the Sweetness of Life

Pancreatitis Rejection Anger Frustration, because life seems

to have lost its sweetness.

Lymph A warning that the mind needs to be recentered

on the essentials of life . Love & Joy

I was a Bird , Mary Chapin Carpenter

Hibernation is natural: I slept 9 hours last night 🎁😘

The winter solstice time is no longer celebrated as it once was, with the understanding that this is a period of descent and rest, of going within our homes, within ourselves and taking in all that we have been through, all that has passed in this full year which is coming to a close… like nature and the animal kingdom around us, this time of hibernation is so necessary for our tired limbs, our burdened minds.

Our modern culture teaches avoidance at a max at this time; alcohol, lights, shopping, overworking, over spending, comfort food and consumerism.

…and yet the natural tug to go inwards as nearly all creatures are doing is strong and the weather so bitter that people are left feeling that winter is hard, because for those of us without burning fires and big festive families, it can be lonely and isolating. Whereas in actual fact winter is kind, she points us in her quiet soft way towards our inner self, towards this annual time of peace and reflection, embracing the darkness and forgiving, accepting and loving embracing goodbye the past year.

Winter takes away the distractions, the buzz, and presents us with the perfect time to rest and withdraw into a womb like love, bringing fire & light to our hearth.

.. and then, just around the corner the new year will begin again, and like a seed planted deep in the earth, we will all rise with renewed energy once again to dance in the sunlight.

After Edmond man says dog dewormer cured his cancer, researchers look into others using the treatment | News |

Many natural cures exist …This one is new to me .

Researcher says 6 to 12 months will be spent studying medical records of cancer patients. In the study, they will consider specifics such as the treatment patients received, how they
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It’s beautiful 😍 7th InSight

As we take this step up in consciousness,

we learn to recognize our INTUITIVE GUIDANCE at

a higher level. This is important because each Synchronistic occurrence begins with an Intuitive Thought.

These thoughts are different from Calculative Thoughts .

Calculative Thoughts are words we run though

our own minds as we make decisions.

They occur often as we talk to ourselves internally.

Intuitive Thoughts simply appear in the back of our minds

as thoughts coming from a higher part of our intelligence.

One way to clarify our Intuitions is

to always ask ourselves, “Why did I think this now?”

Once we learn to identify intuitions, we realize how they bring forth Synchronicity. First, we receive an Intuitive picture

(an urge) to end or begin something, to solve a problem,

or to pursue some line of interest.

Then, if we follow the guidance diligently with MINDFULNESS,

an important Synchronistic breakthrough will take place —

thus leading our lives forward to our greater Calling.

In this way,

Following our Intuitions is the Key

to increasing our Synchronistic Flow

The Celestine Prophecy: The Seventh Insight

GPs must stop putting people into diagnostic boxes and pause before prescribing antidepressants

Totally concur , I’m offered antidepressants in GP offices

usually by NP . Pushing drugs , is vulgar , and I don’t return

due to too many horrific errors ..So glad I have an

integrated Dr 🎁

Headline GPs must stop putting people into diagnostic boxes and pause before prescribing antidepressants
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Narcissistic Fathers by Jo Sutch

Narcissistic fathers often emotionally damage their children. They disregard boundaries, manipulate their children by withholding affection (until the children “perform”), ignore their children when the child needs them,

and neglect to meet the needs of their children in many many ways, because they are interested only in meeting their own needs.

Their image and perfection is essential to narcissists; they often demand perfection from their children.

The children thus feel intense pressure to be perfect

and try to ramp up their talents, looks, intellect or personality to please their father.

It has a high personal cost to them if they succeed in fulfilling their father’s wishes – and it can cost them just as much if they fail. It’s a no-win situation.

There is profound unhappiness among the members of a family ruled by a tyrannical narcissistic father, who sometimes pretends to be the silent strong person but is undermining every one in the family as often as he can.

In many of these families, the mother simply echoes the father as she feels uncertain of herself

(due to his emotional abuse)

and is afraid to take her husband on.

Often this destructive pattern is the result of the mother’s own childhood.

Not aware of the dynamics of narcissism, she went from a cruel, tyrannical father or mother to a brutal, domineering husband.

Repetition of psychological patterns, such as is seen with abuse and narcissism, is common.

The mother chooses a spouse similar to her abusive parent and raises a family in an abusive environment like the one she was raised in.


• Daughters and sons of narcissistic fathers frequently report that they can never feel satiated when it to comes to getting what they need from their fathers.

They never got enough time with their father and would have to compete with siblings for that rare time.

Most family pictures are of him with the children, because he is so seldom around them it triggers photos. In the end the albums lie and say he was since there are so many of these .

As a young child, a father might comment on how beautiful his daughter was.

But as she grew older, he would rarely miss an opportunity to comment on her weight, clothing, or make up in a negative manner.

The daughters often carry these concerns into adulthood, even if they were otherwise successful. With a father like this, nothing is ever good enough.

Their relationship with men in the future is clouded by feelings of vulnerability and worries that they’ll be dumped for someone else.

It’s self protective but doesn’t lead to healthy relationships.

• Sons of narcissistic fathers describe feeling that they can never measure up.

Their fathers were so competitive they even compete with their sons.

They either unconsiouly compete or pay no attention to their sons.

The sons often simply accept defeat – how can they possibly win against a grown man?

Sometimes they take another tact and work hard to beat their father at his own game- just to get his attention and some semblance of fatherly pride.

Yet they never feel good enough even when they do succeed; they still feel empty and second rate.

The father signals this with his constant frowns, eye rolling, and demeaning body language.

Both girls and boys need to be loved by their fathers in order to feel validated as individuals.

Narcissists are incapable of loving anyone other than themselves. Repeat that sentence. It is true!

Some of their children become narcissists themselves.

That way they get their father’s attention (imitation is the highest form of flattery) and they learn from an expert how to manipulate and use people. The father openly encourages this with laughter and nods of approval.

Having a such a father is a nightmare for every member of the family except the “chosen child” (or children) whom he picks to reflect his perfect image.

The chosen child is groomed to become his little clone.

They have been chosen for their looks, intellect, special talents, or some other characteristic such as position in the family, that the narcissistic father regards as valuable to him.

Other children in the family are bypassed because they have not measured up to his expectations.

They can be very bright, kind, considerate, or sensitive–none of this matters to the narcissistic father.

If the child

needs braces or has some physical needs this child is then looked down upon for common ailments and that child is neither valued or respected.

After all he does not make the father proud, does not say to the world “Look at the fine human being I produced!”

He doesn’t care about the quality of his other children’s character or personality.

These children suffer; they spend their whole childhoods doing their best, trying to get their father’s love and attention yet they always come up empty-handed.

There is also usually the “scapegoat” child.

Narcissistic fathers are often mean and cruel to these children and let them know- on a regular basis- that they are deficient, unmotivated, always wrong and too soft.

They are worthless to him and are blamed for everything that goes wrong.


(From Children of the Self Absorbed: A Grownup’s Guide to Getting over Narcissistic Parents by Nina Brown)

Forgets what you have done for him in the past but keeps reminding you that you owe him today

Does it all: Is a super person to gain admiration

Threatens to abandon you if you don’t go along with what he wants

Does not obey the law-sees himself above the law

Does not expect to be penalized for failure to follow directions or conform to guidelines

Ignores your feelings and calls you overly sensitive or touchy if you express feelings

Tells you how you should feel or not feel

Exploits others with lies and manipulations.

Neglects the family to impress others.

Wants others outside the family to admire him

Attempts to make you feel stupid, helpless and inept when you do things on your own

Uses emotional blackmail to get what he wants

Turns every conversation to himself

Expects you to meet his emotional needs

Ignores the impact of his negative comments on you

Constantly criticizes or berates you and knows what is best for you

Focus on blaming rather than taking responsibility for his own behavior

Expects you to jump at his every need

Is overly involved with his own hobbies, interests or addictions ignoring your needs

Has high need for attention

Brags, sulks, complains, inappropriately teases, is flamboyant, loud and boisterous

Is closed minded about own mistakes.

Can’t handle criticism and gets angry to shut it off

Becomes angry when his needs are not met and tantrums or intimidates

Has an attitude of “Anything you can do, I can do better”

Engages in one-upmanship to seem important

Sees everything in life as a competion.

Acts in a seductive manner or is overly charming to the adult sons wife.

Is vain and fishes for compliments.

Expects you to admire him

Isn’t satisfied unless he has the “biggest” or “best”

Spends money only to impress others

Cannot listen to you and cannot allow your opinions

Is more interested in his own concerns and interests than yours

Is unable to see things from any point of view other than his own

Wants to control what you do and say-tries to micromanage you

Has poor insight and cannot see the impact his selfish behavior has on you

Has shallow emotions and interests

May engage in physical or sexual abuse of children

The tyrannical narcissistic father is a bully- a cruel, lying, arrogant person,

believing his own lies and therefore making them seem true to those who might doubt.

Seeks status.

He is a tyrant that is totally entrenched in his grandiose world and insistent that everyone follow his commands.

He is emotionally abusive and can cause significant emotional damage to all family members.

Unfortunately, his behaviors and lies cause the relationships within a family to be toxic and can cause lifelong wounds.

Scientists Have Discovered a Multidimensional Universe Inside the Brain – Project Yourself

An exciting discovery has been made by scientists as they have uncovered that the human brain contains structures and shapes that may have up to eleven dimensions.
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True cases where Husband wins despite Domestic/ChildAbuse

Amy is a young Mom of 5, who is a powerful advocate .

She began a cause ,not to medicate pregnant women

with Psychiatric RX . Amy was awarded her efforts .

For years enduring a false intent that allows ex to

have primary custody , and still coming at her for

money …

Amy is through and brilliant in her efforts .. Educated

to practice law, in Texas , she was traumatized and pregnant

years ago , failing the bar test just as Court loomed and

their 2 sons were awarded to ex… like mine never stops the

abuse , total destruct of Amy …

I’ll share her new Facebook page , towards Mother-Child Rights

also. Perhaps worthy for any parent , as rulings teach us

of court systems …

©️ Doña Luna

Blessings & Peace

Doña Luna

Rape survivor turns down judge’s offer of $150,000 in exchange for attacker serving less time


An unidentified rape survivor in Louisiana rejected State District Judge Bruce Bennet’s offer of $150,000 at the sentencing of her attacker. Why? The offer came with a stipulation. She would get the $150,000 from the man who raped her, Sedrick Hills,…
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Bitter Melon: the Medicinal Fruit for Diabetes, Cancer & More – Dr. Axe

A good thing. Read up

Bitter melon (also commonly called bitter gourd) is a sour, green fruit is commonly eaten around the world for its many medicinal properties.
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