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star – january

January 9, 2013

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In January, Rachelle Mee Chapman provides an Epiphany meditation for her Flock. It is a profound experience. At the end of the meditation, you receive a star and the star gives you a guiding word to see you through the year. . Last year my star whispered Peace to me. Initially I didn’t like it. It bothered […]

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peace – december

December 28, 2012

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I started the year with this little word “peace”. Not really knowing what to do with it. I contemplated it all year. Wrestled with it. Walked with it. Rested with it. And at the end of the year, this is what I have concluded… When you do what you truly LOVE to do, everything FLOWS, […]

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intentions

August 7, 2012

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Every Monday, Rachelle asks “What are your intentions this week?”. My answer this week… “To continue seeing the circles and cycles of life, breathe with them, relax into them, and smile.”

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peace – march

April 23, 2012

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As I was wondering where February went, March started with the news that someone I know had to have a double mastectomy. An aggressive tumour was found and grew centimetres within days. This woman has a 9 year-old son. I hate it when mothers of young children get sick like this. It plunges me into […]

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peace – february

April 23, 2012

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There has been so very little peace of mind this month. There has been a level of discomfort and unease that I just can’t locate the source of. Working too hard and too much. Sleep has not come easily. I get peace of mind The moment I ask my mind To stop running And I […]

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peace – january

April 23, 2012

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Rachelle Mee Chapman provided a beautifully simple meditation to commemorate Epiphany. It can be accessed here http://flock.magpie-girl.com/with-our-compliments-the-flock-year-a-guided-meditation-for-epiphany/. My guiding star was large and light as a feather and it whispered Peace to me. Peace? I was perplexed. Peace is never a word I would have chosen for myself. I associate Peace with death – Rest […]

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