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Grounded and Unbounded

July 3, 2012
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We live in a very mysterious world. Whether you have allowed yourself to experience many of the mysterious aspects of this wonderful world has a lot to do with how you were raised, your belief system and your personal acceptance of possibly bazaar and unexplainable phenomena.

We live on a magnetic planet. That magnetism is permeated through and around our physical form. We are affected by this magnetism as well as other energetic properties always in place on the Earth. This is fact. Where we go with this knowledge and how we respond to those energies is choice, to a point. We can’t deny gravity though we have learned to defy it.

One of the remarkable things I love to experience is a physical grounding to the Earth. This seems to align my internal bodily energies and can be quite a spiritual experience. I do this by simply being barefoot on the Earth and setting my intention to be connected with it. The technique I like to use is imagining roots growing down from my feet quickly and deep, down toward the center of the Earth. Once the have grown and find a rock or place to wrap around I imagine the energy flowing from the Earth up and through my body. I like to allow several minutes for this process to ground me and the energies to balance. Sometimes I can only do it for seconds and it is enough.

Grounding in this way is a wonderful experience and can unleash an unbounded energy within that may be something that you have been missing. The science behind grounding or Earthing as some call it has been catching up with the Mystic world and proving the profound effects being ground can have. Reconnecting to the Earth’s energy is often as simple as walking barefoot in a luscious soft grass or on a sandy beach. Try it, you may like it.

For more information of Grounding or Earthing, Google it or see some of these site.

http://www.earthing.com

http://www.earthinginstitute.net

Disclaimer: I am not connected to any of the above web sites and may or may not agree with their personal philosophies or theories. I offer them as informational sources only.

Humble Beginings

July 2, 2012
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My plans for this site are simply to provide content, advice, and perspective that may not be provided elsewhere. I’m just getting started. Prepping Body, Mind and Spirit.

I personally struggle with the issue of FEAR. When I speak with others about prepping I try to be cautious about instilling fear in them. When I think of the far reaching possibilities of what we may be preparing for I find myself repeating, “Fear Not.” Perhaps the largest obstacle in the prepper community is to do what we do without fear overwhelming us. Thinking further, if we are doing our preparing “in fear” then it could be all wrong. Sure, a little bit of fear can be a strong motivator, but preparing simply for the sake of fear can be a detriment to our overall well-being.

I challenge you to look for those spots in your life that are fear induced or fear motivated. Re-examine them and let go of the fear. Talk to it if you need to. “I refuse to do this out of fear. I choose to do this in wisdom and guidance from the real me.” It may take asking yourself questions like, “why am I really doing this,” or “why do I do the things I do?” Self examination is good. Be real with yourself and perhaps you will find new meaning in what you do. Remember though, you are not what you do but you are who you are. You are not a human do-ing, you are a human be-ing. So Be!

Fear not!

May the Source be with You!

BroJim

 

A Dream about Storing for Tough Times?

June 29, 2012
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Have you ever had a dream that you need to prepare for something that is coming?

We find in the Old Testament, in the Bible, a passage about Joseph and the Pharaoh, or Ruler of the whole land, having a dream about storing food and supplies for coming hard times.

Genesis 41:1-32

“I had a dream last night,”  the Pharaoh told Joseph, “and none of these men can tell me what it means. But I have heard that you can interpret dreams, and that is why I have called for you.”

Bottom line, the Pharaoh had a dream and Joseph interpreted it for him which led Pharaoh to stockpile seven years of grain. Then hard times came and God used seven years of prosperity and preparing to bless them in the seven years of famine.

I’m a Prepper, He’s a Prepper, She’s a Prepper, wouldn’t you like to be a Prepper too?

May the Source be with You!

BroJim