How often have we truly wanted to forgive a situation, a person, or even ourselves only to keep reliving whatever occurred in the depths of our soul? How does healing truly happen, and how can we let it unfold in a natural process that involves love for self and others? One traditional method from Hawaii is called Ho’oponopono.
The word “poor” has an overwhelming negative connotation. In many societies, it is thought to be the exact opposite of what one strives for. To have money is thought to provide the ability to live comfortably, from where you live to what you eat, and even what you’re capable of doing given your resources.
If you’re a fan of Ralph Smart of Infinite Waters Diving Deep, you should know that Ralph is a big fan of crystals. He wasn’t always, though. One day he walked into a mystical bookshop in Venice Beach, California and there was a huge, beautiful, powerful crystal. In that moment, everything shifted.
You’d have to be a sufferer of immune-related psoriasis or eczema to know the extent of suffering it causes. The fear of unsightly disease being seen – the questioning from onlookers, the scaling and the ensuing repulsion, the money spent on creams, the special clothing to cover up. And perhaps missing events like weddings and swimming outings too… Special diets are cumbersome and are not a guarantee of healing – that’s why it brings me absolute joy to bring you the following news.