Crown for Brown

Hi Everyone,
Hope you are all doing well. I am doing pretty good. I went back to work as relief staff at the New England Villages in Pembroke. Being relief you can say yes or no to whatever hours you want to work. That way if My father in law needs help one day taking care of Elsie's things I can say no to the work offer and it is no problem with them. I worked yesterday at TLC were I had been working before both of my mothers got sick. It was so good to see everyone, I could not ask to work with a better group of caring people. My co workers and I get along great and always manage to have some laughs during the day. Being relief staff also allows me to go back to school. I want to start working on my master's degree in September. I am keeping my fingers crossed for Brown's running today. I hope he gets the triple crown. Elsie loved horses and owned a few herself. I feel it would be a fitting tribute in her memory for him to win today. I hope you all are having a good weekend. Talk to you soon,

Janet :)
Spiritual Article. I found this and it reminded me of Eckhart Tolles Theory. Awakening Anew written by Jonathan J. Dickau. This is the next paragraph of the Article
What is awakening? Is it something we can easily define, or is there more to it? Are there actually different kinds of awakening, or does the same process merely take place uniquely in a variety of different settings? In its simplest form, to awaken means to become aware, nothing more. The question is "What are we awakening to, or from, and how does this change our awareness?" We can awaken to any number of things, if we are only now discovering them, and we can awaken from various kinds of unconsciousness, from apathy or neglect, and from illusions of all kinds, if we now perceive things more clearly, so what are we awakening with, or as? Who, or what, is actually doing the awakening? It's our consciousness moving from one state to another, in all of these cases, but perhaps there's more to it. It appears that each awakening is but part of a larger awakening, and that this is all part of a great awakening. Gifted souls (both greater and lesser) have repeatedly shown that we are far more than we appear, and many teach that all we need to do is awaken our higher self, to realize our greatness. The question then becomes; "What sort of change in our consciousness does an awakening entail, or require?." How, exactly, do we awaken?

1 comment:

  1. I think we awaken when we relate to the surroundings and influences of our current state of conscousness.

    thanks for an astute post