Saturday, February 28, 2009

A little Viggo Wisdom

“Any ordeal that you can survive as a human being is an improvement in your character, and usually an improvement in your life.”

“I have friends who I get along with who I know get very uncomfortable being alone, unless they're with people, talking all the time. Whether it's on the phone, or in person, they're never by themselves. Whereas I could be alone for months”

Viggo Mortensen quotes (American Actor, Photographer, Artist and Writer, b.1958)

Kimmy


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Has it really been a week since I blogged?

Writing and sharing light is my passion in life. And yet lately, I am getting further away from my website.

I seek light, love and happiness. My joy is my service.

No matter what, learning and sharing is what counts. It doesn't matter if we have three readers or three hundred. To me I focus on the why I share best practices, good quotes, or love and light in general.

I write for that one day I can look back and know where I was, and see the progress and the setbacks.

I share to help myself and others.

I demonstrate what I want to see from others.

I challenge change for myself. Anyone that thinks I am writing to them has a complex! I share what I am going through. If my blog hits a nerve, remember it could be just a coincidence.

love, light, and patience

Kimmy


Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Lovely Unicorns

What Is a Unicorn?

Unicorns are mythical, magical creatures, though some believe that they did in fact once roam the earth. Unicorns appear in tales from around the world and are depicted as beautiful, mysterious white horses with a single horn on the forehead. In many paintings and popular culture they are portrayed with wings. It is believed they appear only to those with pure hearts or to those on a mission for good. Unicorns grant wishes and carry qualities of love, peace, calm, gentleness, hope, majesty and caring.

Unicorns work at the soul level by helping to fulfill life’s purpose.

How to Meet a Unicorn

The most common way to meet a Unicorn is through meditation. Immerse yourself in Unicorn energies of innocence, purity, happiness, love, beauty, and a desire to serve. Focus on your favorite unicorn image. Think about Unicorns and your reason for wanting to meet one. When you relax and trust, you will find yourself being nudged in the right direction and ideas will flow. Slowly you will start to sense, feel or know that a unicorn is helping you. When Unicorns are in the vicinity, they are said to leave little signs, like white feathers. You will know you are in the presence of a Unicorn when you sense its overwhelming love.

Who Do Unicorns Help?

Legend has it that Unicorns appear to serve those on a mission for good. When an individual is motivated by a great desire to help the community and make it a better place, the individual's inner light shines brightly to the spirits. Those with a vision beyond themselves are touched by the Unicorn energy which guides them throughout their endeavors. Unicorns often appear to these people and guide them.

How Do Unicorns Help?

Unicorns help by offering support for dreams and aspirations, and they communicate by nudging and inspiring. People often report a sense of being pushed in ‘the right direction.’ Unicorns often appear when they are most needed to answer questions, offer guidance, and grant wishes.


Sharing light with By Diana Cooper

Kimmy

(I received this from my email this morning. For more information and good wishes, check out Diana's book. The Wonder of Unicorns by Diana Cooper)



Tuesday, February 17, 2009

To give, is to get!



Does it seems difficult to give from whatever resources you have?

The thought often arises in the mind that we cannot give because we feel we don't have enough, that are ourselves not complete or full. We find ourselves constantly trying to fill ourselves and we then have no time or thought for giving to those around us.

We have a lot of treasures within us which we can give to those around us, our virtues, our love. Even if we have just a little and give to others, we will find ourselves benefitting. For having given from whatever we have, we find that
these treasures begin to increase within ourselves too.

Kimmy


Saturday, February 14, 2009

Keeping Valentine's Day Simple


“It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?"”

Winnie the Pooh quotes

So say simple, heartfelt, I LOVE YOU!

Happy Valentine's DAY!

Love, Kimmy


Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Jann Arden - Insensitive



How do you cool your lips
After a summers kiss
How do you rid the sweat
After the body bliss
How do you turn your eyes
From the romantic glare
How do you block the sound
Of a voice youd know anywhere

Oh, I really should have known
By the time you drove me home
By the vagueness in your eyes
Casual good-byes
By the chill in your embrace
The expression on your face
That told me
You might have some advice to give
On how to be
Insensitive

How do you numb your skin
After the warmest touch
How do you slow your blood
After the body rush
How do you free your soul
After youve found a friend
How do you teach your heart
Its a crime to fall in love again

Oh, you probably wont remember me
Its probably ancient history
Im one of the chosen few
Who went ahead and fell for you
Im out of vogue, Im out of touch
I fell too fast, I feel too much
I thought that you might have
Some advice to give on how to be
Insensitive


Saturday, February 7, 2009

Marilyn

"I'm selfish, impatient, and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control, and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best. - Marilyn Monroe "

This quote was on my friend Laurie's facebook page. I think this describes my mood as of late, and offers me insight on my earlier post on Letting go.

Lightworkers, there will always be people that will judge you for not being perfect, and like to point fingers if you make mistakes. Don't feel you have to answer to them! We serve a purpose on this earth, and it is not to be liked.

Focus on your path, and true partnerships will follow.

Strong in purpose, Kimmy

Monday, February 2, 2009

You hurt my feelings

Whenever you say something without any feelings,

When I am listening to your every word,

Every word you utter has deep impact on my heart.

The loving words shape up my life,

A nice message of "I love you" makes up my day,

A gift of a pretty flower blossoms the feelings of love inside me,

Our past may have been turbulent,

Our present may be totally incoherent,

Let us forget the woes of the past and build on an intimate future.

Unknown Author - but this spoke the words of my heart today.

Let the Past Go



Experiences, whether good or bad, are sometimes all we have, and most of them reside in the past. So you may ask, why should I let go of my past when much of it is filled with beautiful memories and serenity?

Well, that is certainly not what I mean. What I do mean is when a past is littered with seemingly overwhelming pain, it impedes one’s ability to move forward and adjust to this ever-changing world. A good analogy would be of a backpack filled with distressful memories that one tries to swim with, but it always seems to weigh you down, allowing you to merely breathe, is quite fitting.

This backpack, even though not physically attached to one’s body, seems like some type of appendage that ridding oneself of is unbelievably difficult or painful. So, as humans do, we many times avoid, at all costs, the detachment of this pain because it has indelibly been written into a past as if in stone.

Therefore, using it as an old wooden crutch to not live our lives to its fullest potential, is how many people see their past. These excuses fill our lives with procrastination and that procrastination is an excellent way of delaying a healthier future, devoid of these negative memories.

If, for example, a series of painful experiences throughout your childhood, like verbal or sexual abuse, always seem to haunt your ability to progress in your interpersonal relationships. In turn, you subconsciously sabotage these relationships by not giving enough of yourself, or verbally giving too much of yourself. By Brian Maloney


Sharing light - Kimmy