Ahimsa Saves a Worm

“Ahimsa” is the practice of non-violence.
Treat all things with respect for their place in the scheme of life. All things are connected.
In practicing ahimsa, in return you attract no harm.
A tiny striped worm offered me a chance to practice ahimsa today.  It deserves another chance at life.
worm on a board looking toward green leaves in a garden

Champion Kale Eater

It and it’s relatives have been devouring our kale.

I brought kale leaves in, washed them thoroughly three times, soaked them in water to allow any critters to float out to be rescued. Then I patted the kale dry in a towel and stored it in the refrigerator for three days. I pulled it out to use in a green drink and found a few bad spots, so tore them off and put them in the trash. Now, the next morning, I find this one crawling its way out of our trash!! This is one tough critter.
Little Striped Worm is now back out in the garden, probably dining on more kale.
I’m okay with that. I’m also okay with the slight chance that I missed seeing a few more little worms and dined on them in my green drink.
The garden belongs to both of us. Accidents happen. It’s the circle of life.

 – Ellie Hadsall

“Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it!” 


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Visiting Your Attic Library

As a little girl, I used to sit cross-legged on our dusty, hot farmhouse attic floor, sweat running down my body, transfixed by old books.

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Photo by Gellinger (snippet), courtesy of Pixabay

Longfellow’s poetry. The “Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900” book with unedited first-person account of the survivors. My Great Grandfather Henry’s book on Animal Husbandry. An 1800’s Bible Correspondence Book. A yellowed newspaper with a minute-to-minute journal of Lincoln’s last day, including his pulse, respiration, and Mary Lincoln’s ongoing emotional state of mind. My Great Aunt Flora’s meticulously inscribed journal of her wounded soldier patients, medical supplies, and rag bandage inventory from her year as a front line WWI Red Cross nurse. Decades of National Geographic magazines. The Wind in the Willow’s children’s stories.

When engrossed in these words, all of the stifling heat, dripping sweat, dust, and investigating spiders disappeared. All that existed was my journey into another world.

I am the summation of the books and articles I’ve read. As an adult, I continue to learn from websites, audios, and videos. Yet childhood books and articles still weave through my life’s perspective, bringing innocence and hope.

“Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it!” 


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If I Wear a Red Dress, I Can Do Anything

Did you ever have something you want to do but don’t have the nerve?

Go ahead. Do it.

The summer I turned sixteen, I bleached my long brunette hair into brassy blonde.

I didn’t have money for a salon so I attacked it myself with an sixteen-ounce bottle of hydrogen peroxide and a gigantic gulp of teenage courage.

I can’t really say how it looked to other people, but to me, I had arrived at a new level of awesome.

Do blondes really have more fun? Only if they think they do. And I did.

Suddenly my conversation became brilliant. I could hold my own against any female in our local town. Because I believed being blonde made me confident and cute, it did.

I smiled and teased with boys, as blonde girls do, and was delighted to find it worked.

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Pixabay photo by Jill 111

I accepted a date with a popular boy who was three years my senior and then learned how to escape from a car when locked in by a boy who wanted to control me but couldn’t control himself. I got out unscathed but with an entirely new mindset about popular boys and a brand-new confidence that I could spit out powerful words when under pressure.

I remained a ravishing blonde through the next school year until spring, when three weeks before Prom, my mom gave me a perm that was advertised as safe for bleached hair. It wasn’t. My hair burned beyond repair, so I finally coughed up money for a salon, where I learned the only solution was a pixie haircut. It’s a cute cut but wasn’t in style until three years later. So, I was either way ahead of the fashion curve or a desperately disillusioned high school junior girl with a boy’s haircut.

I promptly earned the nickname of Elmer and decided to go with it. My prom date was a good friend who didn’t mind my pixie haircut (Thanks, Louis!). Then a week before Prom I had to get a smallpox vaccination which puffed up and scabbed over. I made it to prom in my sister-in-law’s party dress, sporting a burnt-blonde pixie cut and a band-aid on my arm. But it wasn’t a total loss. Louis knew the newspaper photographer, we got our photos in the Sunday morning paper, and my pixie cut looked, well…perky!

My hair grew out, I quit being blonde, and I reverted to life as a brunette until grey started creeping in – but I chose to think of it as silver. That’s another story.

Playing at being blonde taught me a lot.

I learned that who I am is not the color of my hair, but the beliefs in my head.

I learned that a flirting girl attracts guys who like flirts. I didn’t want to marry that kind of guy, so I quit flirting.

I learned it’s liberating to be brazen enough to experiment with new ways of being.

I learned I had a wise mom and dad who trusted me to experiment and learn.

I learned to summon an inner strength to stand up and defend myself against someone trying to control me.

I learned there were guys out there who would like me for who I am and not for how I looked.

I learned that by laughing with friends who nicknamed me Elmer, an experience that could have been painful, it became just another funny high school story.

I am the summation of my life’s adventures. Every one of them taught me something more about myself.

There is always something new waiting for me.

I’ve been thinking…I’ll bet if I wear a red dress, I can do anything.

-Ellie Hadsall

“Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it!” 


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Engage with the Full Moon

Today’s Full Moon provides energetic support for change.

1) It’s perfect timing to clear out debris. What are you ready to toss in the trash? Give away? Share?

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Pixabay photo by Ttinoo

2) It’s time to release from the unwanted. What are you ready to release? Undesirable habits? Stale relationships? Self-recrimination? Limiting beliefs? Conditioned buy-ins from the past that you know aren’t true?

3) Cleanse jewelry, gemstones, and crystals. Set them out in the moonlight (or next to a moonlit window). Gather them the following morning knowing they are fresh and cleansed of old accumulated energies.

4) Sit silently outdoors in the moonlight, barefoot. Listen to the music of nature, feel the breeze, smell the scent of grass, leaves, and soil. Place the soles of your feet and palms of your hands on the ground and allow the soothing moonlight to drift down into the top of your head, through your body and into the earth to ground you.

5) Meditate in the moonlight.

6) If you are a fire keeper, perform a fire in honor of the moon and nature.

7) Sit beneath the moon and review the many things in life that you have to be thankful for and commit to focus on those every day.

8) If clouds cover the moon, it’s still up there, shining. This magic still happens.

9) Sit beneath the moon and accept that you are a part of the universe, you belong here, you are valued, and you are loved.

Because you are.

-Ellie Hadsall

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How Do You View the World?

What lens do you use to view the world?

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Be sure to choose your own.

No one’s lens can put your life into focus but yours.

And if your focus isn’t too good right now, you can adjust it.

Go ahead.

Picture life the way you always wanted it to be.

Be that person now.

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Sfizio Can Rock Your World

Have you sfizioed lately?

Sfizio is an Italian word with Greek origins that invites us to follow a whim.

Maybe it’s time to try something new, out-of-character, illogical, and adventurous.

You’ll find it to be surprisingly energizing.

Go somewhere you’ve never been, paint colorful graffiti on your wall, read a racy book, have lunch at a different restaurant, go alone to a movie you want to see even if no one else wants to (you can indulge in all the popcorn you want!), listen to a new genre of music, eat all four of those delectable fresh peaches at once, take a weekend road trip without your GPS, talk with a tree, anonymously leave cookies on your neighbor’s doorstep…

Sfizio

It’s surprising how many times a fleeting thought runs through our mind inviting us to do something “silly” or “different” but we ignore it because it’s “not what I do”, or “what will people think?”

Pardon me for asking – but who is living your life?

If a fun idea arises unannounced, something you didn’t conjure up in your own thinking, could it be intuition giving you a nudge?

It is a breath of fresh air? A push to un-stick yourself from a stagnant life? An opportunity to connect with some one, some thing, a new concept, that will bring the answers you have been seeking?

Following a whim hits your life re-fresh button.

How will you sfizio?

Ellie Hadsall

 

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Change with Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice offers energetic support for life change.

At Summer Solstice, Nature is preparing all life forms for the upcoming harvest. What plants are healthy and will bear fruit? Which plants are not proving vital? Their life force will be withdrawn and refocused toward lifeforms that provide harvest, or to provide for other flora and fauna. Summer is a time of “weeding” out what is not working and focusing one’s energy and intention toward that which is the priority.

flowers-meadow-wood-forestWhat do you need to weed out of your life? What beliefs, habits, and behaviors just don’t work anymore? Maybe they once did but they have lost their original value. Is it time to discard the past, leaving space in your life’s garden for new plants? Is something you planted (created) in the past bringing on a harvest that you find you no longer want? Are some weeds (old patterns) taking over your life, choking out your current life priorities and desires?

How to Change with Summer Solstice

  1. Write down every aspect of your life that doesn’t work. Be honest with yourself. If you avoid listing something, be aware of this and write it down anyway. We are going to do an exercise to weed it out, with the right timing.
  2. Choose one of the above. Under it, list the following:
  3. What evidence shows up on your life to demonstrate you need to change this?
  4. What is one positive action step you can take to address this? In other words, what can you do differently than you now do? What is within the realm of your current confidence or self-image that you can do?
  5. What do you fear happening if you make a change in this area? Why do you hesitate? What consequences might be uncomfortable? Is the discomfort of the imaginary consequence any worse than the consequences of continuing your currently disruptive action?
  6. How will you feel about your self when you release this old pattern to be skilled in a new, better one? Will you feel hopeful? Relieved? Liberated? Exhilirated? What difference will this make in your life?
  7. Bring this written information with you outdoors and lay down on a blanket in the grass, or on lounge chair, or on a porch or patio. If you cannot be outdoors, do it indoors and sit near an open window where nature can “breath” with you.
  8. Sit or lie down into a comfortable position. Close your eyes. Gently and slowly inhale, and exhale three times.
  9. Review once more the one area you chose to work with in #2 above. Envision it being slowly dissolved and replaced by a space filled with light.
  10. Upon completing the above, envision your chosen positive action as listed in #4 above. Imagine and then “feel” how light and revitalized you will be when expressing this action. “Feel” how light and revitalized you will be when this becomes the new you.
  11. sun, woman on mountain, pexels-photo-1168744Ask the Divine to anchor the “new you” into your personal field of consciousness.
  12. Meditate or immediately go to sleep in order to internalize this change.
  13. Upon awakening, act from your new possibility, regardless of what outer circumstances arise. Through physical action let the universe know you are committed to this shift. (Action continues to anchor the new self-image in your body.)
  14. Observe and write down changes that take place in your life as a result. No matter how small or insignificant; if you think it connects, write it down. This continues  integration of the “new you”.

Following Nature’s law, you have now assessed, released energetic drains, and refocused your mental and action resources on vitality and growth. Prepare to celebrate your upcoming harvest as your new seeds begin to bear healthy, fresh, higher quality fruit in your life.

Summer Solstice is the longest day of the year. The sun lingers, allowing us time at the end of the day for leisure after our many hours of toil. Nature abounds with flowers, fruits, vegetables, and the amazing insects and critter friends whose colors and sounds enrich our experience. Meditdate and take time to be grateful for the simple pleasures and bountiful gifts nature brings.

“Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it!” 


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Not Buying Feels Wonderful

Sometimes not buying something you want is the right thing to do.

Recently I browsed for old towels at a Goodwill and came upon a gorgeous woven white blanket. It was large, in perfect condition, high quality, and the perfect blanket. It’s cost? $4.99.

white woven blanketBut I didn’t need it.

“Get it anyway – it’s too good to pass up” argued with “You don’t need it – leave it for someone else to find.”

I couldn’t resist, so put it in my cart and moved on. But my minimalist self wouldn’t let this go. “Someone else might want it who really needs it!”. I turned back toward the rack to hang the blanket back up and noticed a woman moving along the hanging linens, looking at….blankets. She looked tired and forlorn. Not finding any good blankets, she started to turn away.

“Are you looking for a blanket?”

“Yes, but there aren’t any today.”

“How about this one?” I pulled “my” blanket out of my cart and held it up.

“Oh, it’s gorgeous!”

“It’s yours if you want it. I don’t need it.”

“Oh, no! Get it – it’s too nice for you to pass up!”

“Actually, I kept thinking someone else might want it, so came to put it back. I think that person is you.”

After repeated protests, she finally accepted it and thanked me profusely.

Never have I so enjoyed not buying something as I did that gorgeous blanket.

– Ellie Hadsall

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Clean Out Life Downloads

You know how good it feels to get rid of unwanted junk in your home? To clean out unused food and disgusting left-overs from the refrigerator? To clear out the food bar wrappers and empty soda cups from your car?

Well…

Try emptying out those unwanted emotional viruses and downloads saved and stored in your body and mind.

The only thing stopping you from realizing your potential is those unwanted files that load up your belief system and slow down your life.

Over the years, you’ve chosen to download them and store them for future use. They hum along in the background, whirring and shifting, influencing every decision you make, whether you are aware of it or not.

Your life is conducted with new software now. Isn’t it time you cleaned up your hard drive and re-stored it with the beliefs and strengths you hold today?

Delete those outdated downloads and viruses. Discover the real YOU! THAT is who you came to be.

Hi!I am your Life ComputerScreen Saver.Reminding youyou are not your viruses.You are free to beyour amazing self!

“Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it!” 


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Difficult to be Original

Thank you, Monica Hadsall, for this seed sentence:

“I find it difficult to be consistently original.”

This sentence is a perfect example. It took me five tries to choose the word “consistently”. “Always” is plain vanilla. “Regularly” is boring. “Continually”? Nah. Maybe “neverendingly”. That won’t work – sounds too much like a story with a wise and furry white dragon. “Consistently”. Now there’s a nice, solid, pleasant-sounding word. It’s sort of, well, perfectly suited for the job. Truthfully, I’d prefer “all-embracing” but that’s not so understandable and the editor might not like it.

brick-wall-original brick (4)We’re born to be original, but that’s difficult from the day we arrive. Original is what we pop out intending to be. “I’ll be the one and only me!” We are ready to dance, sing, laugh, and embrace life! It’s gonna be grand this time around! We’ll live up to our intentions. Be what we came to be. Do what we came to do. Learn what we came to learn. Help the world with all our talents and abilities. Venture out into fresh, unformed territory with daring new ways of being and then invite others to join us. Wow!

And then that happens. Rules. Regulations. Appropriateness. Suitability. Other people’s opinions. That which is tolerated, and that which is not.

Come on, people! I’m not purposefully setting out to rattle your cages. But, hey, you are in cages. You’ve taken in everyone else’s beliefs, opinions, and insistifications, and are using their demands to build your own cage. (I made up “insistifications” because it says what I want to say and at least in this one sentence, I’m going to be original!)

You built the cage, so it’s your job to dismantle it. But those limitations aren’t iron bars like you imagine. They’re just lots of little sticks bundled together. With one original action at a time, you can disassemble them.

Did you ever play that game “Pick-Up-Sticks”? Where you dump out a bundle of colorful sticks onto the floor and then carefully pick up one at a time off the pile, trying to not move any of the other sticks? That’s one hard game to play. When you move one stick, the other sticks lose their balance and move too. That’s what happens when you start to be original in life. You move a stick. Everything shifts around that and it dismantles your cage. People who were comfortable because you fit the norms become uncomfortable because now you don’t. Now your norm is to be original. To fit in with you, they will have to be original too. If they aren’t ready to move their cage’s sticks, they eventually move off to play an easier game with normal people. All those people who used to irritate you and hold you back with their incessant complaining and bitching dissolve from your life. Wonderful! But…

Here’s where it gets confusing. When they leave, you feel bad. Guilty. Unsure. They aren’t pleased with you anymore. You blew it, and now you’re alone.

Being alone with your magnificent originality is sometimes really close to being liberated.

men-colorful socks w suits, pexel (3)Hang in there. Because something magical is going to happen. One or two of those friends are going to see you dismantle your cage and they will say to themselves, “If she does it, maybe I can, too”. So they try it. They do something original, too, and feel empowered. Now you started something. And strangers who’ve been struggling out there all alone, trying to be authentic, notice the new game your group is playing, and they say, “Hey! If you do it, I can too.”

Now the magic really begins to flow.

You started a movement. A “Be Weird” movement, because you want to celebrate originality. You push out the boundaries, spread your wings to fly, and suddenly other people want to be joyful like you. So they ask you, “Whatsup?”

And you say, “Absolutely nothing.”

Then they ask, “How do we do that?”

And you say, “No rules. Just be yourself.”

That’s scary, because most people haven’t practiced that. So they say, “Give me some guidelines.”

And you laugh, saying, “No guidelines; just the truth. Be the one and only you! Ready to dance, sing, laugh, and embrace life! It’s gonna be grand this time around! You’ll live up to your intentions. Be what you came to be. Do what you came to do. Learn what you came to learn. Help the world with all your talents and abilities. Venture out into fresh, unformed territory with daring new ways of being and then invite others to join you.”

And then you have them write down these words to carry with them:

“Being alone with your magnificent originality is sometimes really close to being liberated.”

 Ellie Hadsall, May 9, 2018


From the author: “This story is part of my “Random Sentences; Random Stories” series. Individuals have contributed random sentences from which I write a short story. I never know what the sentence will evoke until I begin writing. The results are greatly varied and take me on adventures of insight. I hope you enjoy them!”


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