Evocation: Part 2

Evocation: Part 2

When this wheel stopped squeaking, it started moaning quietly, giving me more points of self-consciousness and insecurity. Shortly after the “seal cough,” I began experiencing all manners of skin eruptions. First was dermatitis, in the form of big water blisters on my hands and feet. (Some were as big as two inches wide.) Using a straight pin to poke holes in them and drain the fluid became part of my daily routine. Then there were different forms of dermatitis, eczema, hives, cysts, plantars warts, one benign tumor on my back, and then puberty brought oily skin with acne.  An allergic itching and swelling reaction to mosquito bites ruined more than one vacation day and I got my first cold sore before I’d had my first real kiss, and of course, I had one on senior picture day. 

 

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Evocation

Evocation

Evocation

Neither the cries for help expressed through my physical body, nor the behaviors that followed, were recognized as “red flags.”

No one knew my pain.

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My Sincere Apologies

My Sincere Apologies

First and foremost, I want to wish you all the blessings of love, good health, abundance, and peace in 2017 and always.

My first apology is for not having posted in many months. There are two reasons for that:

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My Last Letter to My Dad

My Last Letter to My Dad

The following is the last letter I wrote to my dad. I wrote it after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He passed away due to complications from the pancreatic cancer surgery a few months later.

The reason I wrote a letter instead of talking with him is because, knowing him as I did, I knew he would be resistant and defensive, and I would never get out all the information I felt could help him.  I am sharing this letter in the hopes that it may help someone else who is having issues with their pancreas, knows someone who does or recognizes the characteristics and can prevent this outcome.

 

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The Power of “I AM”

The Power of “I AM”

When I say “I Am,” I am affirming to the universe, my subconscious mind, my soul, and the cells of my physical and vibrational bodies what I believe about myself. They will all believe what I believe and act on that, giving me more to support my beliefs. [via psychological imperative, the Law of Attraction, The Law of Resonance, and the Law of Vibration]

Beliefs are either empowering or limiting.

Therefore, our beliefs make us either confident or afraid.  

 

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