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Tag Archives: agnihotra
Vedic Fire ceremony (yagnya or havan) is an ancient practice wherein a healing fire is burned in a small copper pyramid. Agnihotra is a specific simple fire ceremony practiced in a small pyramid for the purpose of removing harmful negative … Continue reading
In December 2010 during a personal meditation retreat I received a message to offer gatherings. Asking “what is that…exactly?” I received further information, including what follows here. Gathering our personal insights, understandings, hunches, and inspirations so that we can apply … Continue reading
There are moments in your life when you feel the Divine; a wondrous sunset, smile, warm connection, moment of trust…something clicks and you feel joy within. This arrived freely with no effort on your part. You still have more to … Continue reading
Where does my yard end? I do small sacred fire ceremonies daily that heal people, plants, and the environment. One day as I sat before the small fire, I gazed around our yard to see the amazing plants, trees, birds, … Continue reading
I saw “Wag More, Bark Less” on a bumper sticker today and it tickled me. What a great reminder. It’s so easy to find things to bark at. Sometimes we are so busy barking we don’t take time to wag. … Continue reading
A beautiful snow is falling in Albuquerque and for the first time in 10 years, I am home where I can enjoy it, instead of in an office without windows! This is one of my manifestations resulting from a vision … Continue reading
Life is not predictable these days. I have decided to enjoy this. We watch a movie and love the adventure, then turn to our own life and expect predictability! I finally decided to live my life as a movie (that … Continue reading
Yesterday I was determined to complete my long overdue task list. Early afternoon I received an unexpected request to pick up our 7 year old granddaughter from her after-school program. This meant dropping my work flow to pick up another … Continue reading