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Reactions across Lifetimes

Posted by elizabethanglin on 23 February, 2013 at 0:10 Comments comments (1)

I've found this funny "politically correct" new age thing going around lately.  No one wants to use the word reaction.  They will use the term "resistance" but not reaction.  It's as if it has become too rude to mention to someone that they are in reaction to an external (or internal) circumstance or event, or event similar to a past traumatic event...  We spiritual healing practitioners (who are also supposed to be somehow more clueful and informed) must all behave as if ...

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Seeking not Knowing. Or - not all Intuition is Created Equal.

Posted by elizabethanglin on 12 February, 2013 at 2:55 Comments comments (2)

So, I am spending my beautiful snowy morning zooming around twitter when I see a post from an Intuitive/Entertainer who tells people that they are already intuitive and they already know whatever it is that they needto know - intuitively. 

In theory, without much experience, I would completely agree with this line of thinking.

 In reality, with lots of experience, I don’t agree… completely.

There are multiple kinds of intuition… and for the purp...

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Taking the Time to Talk

Posted by elizabethanglin on 27 November, 2012 at 4:15 Comments comments (2)

I have been worried about my horse Otto, chronically, since he lightly foundered after receiving a his spring shots last year.  Otto has a slight chronic case of laminitis, and it pains me to see it, and to see him on his bad days, walking so carefully on his thinned hooves.  His hooves are not warm, and the damage is slight enough that there is little to no coffin bone and joint impingement, but I still worry for him. 

Because of my worry, I have taken to spending a lit...

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Responsible Hunting...

Posted by elizabethanglin on 28 October, 2012 at 2:55 Comments comments (1)

Yes, I am an animal communicator, and yes... I am writing about responsible hunting.   I find myself in the situation of living in the most sought after hunting units in the United States.  Unit 61 - Western Colorado.  If you don't know that means to hunters... look it up.  People wait decades to receive hunting tags here.   I live here, on one of the richest most incredible parcels of land... on a small ridge overlooking the area where the Elk have their an...

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Manifest Manifesting.... Manifested!

Posted by elizabethanglin on 6 August, 2012 at 17:20 Comments comments (0)

It's like saying abracadabra... only more repetitious!  

I had a wonderful show on Transformation Talk Radio today with Kerri Colegrove, who heals, and teaches people how to heal and restore balance through creating Prayer Bundles, or Despachos.  

Kerri is working on a new project which is in the beta-testing phase right now - RAINMAKING through Prayer Bundles.   Since I'm now paying $14 per bale for grass hay for my horses Dream and Otto, because o...

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Baboons Recognize Words ... (Duh.)

Posted by elizabethanglin on 13 April, 2012 at 16:50 Comments comments (0)

Well, they've finally done it.  Researchers have figured out that our evolution into a Planet of the Apes scenario isn't impossible.  And I'm glad they decided to study Apes  - I mean, Baboons.. because if they had studied language recognition in cats, they might have become very, very frightened. 

http://the-scientist.com/2012/04/12/monkeys-read-writing/

And yes,...

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Mesa Tested, Snowdrift Approved

Posted by elizabethanglin on 4 April, 2012 at 20:45 Comments comments (1)

Sometimes I just have to pat myself on the back for being the oddball that I am.  Today I had a little experience driving my truck that made me happy with my own extremeness.  "Oh?" You may ask. "What extremeness is that?" 

Well, let me tell you...

I'm a really good snow driver.  I'm excellent.  I'm so good I stump men my father's age who have been driving thirty years longer than I have...

And that's what happened today.  I stumped an old man...

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Dancin' through April Fool's Day

Posted by elizabethanglin on 2 April, 2012 at 2:25 Comments comments (0)

We're fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance. 

~Japanese Proverb

 

Hoodies are legal. So are children.

Posted by elizabethanglin on 28 March, 2012 at 15:55 Comments comments (0)

My best friend from elementary school is black.  Half my family is black. 

When my little sister was brought home from the hospital after she was born to an unwed teenage mother who was addicted to crack cocaine, the neighbors started walking up and down the property line with a shotgun, just in case.  Just in case what?  Just in case in six months when she started crawling she might crawl over the property line and threaten their lives?

Come on people!  ...

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Boots on the Ground

Posted by elizabethanglin on 24 January, 2012 at 1:20 Comments comments (1)

I just snapped at good friend who has been sending me links to online "abundance" seminars.  I snapped because I was busy - and the one she had just sent me needed to be listened to immediately before it was pulled off the web. And I also snapped because I know of only two things that work to help bring a person abundance. 

These two things are 1)  Making a decision to do the thing that you dream of doing, the thing you know you are "meant" to do.  2)  Putting ...

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