I may have mentioned that I have rediscovered my love of music. I bought an iPod a few weeks ago and now don’t know how I ever lived without one. I have also discovered that my tuner/receiver at home isn’t working properly. It seems that only the jacks to the TV/SAT are working. Last night while at Wal-Mart I bought a connector so I can connect my iPod to the receiver and run it through the big speakers. I dragged out my old Polk speakers and plan to connect them up tonight so I’ll have four speakers going. I really don’t need to connect everything up to the receiver. I can leave the connectors connected to each individual piece of equipment and then when needed, run them through the jacks that are working. Receivers are expensive and I don’t want to spend the money on a new one right now. Maybe with my economic stimulus check, whenever that may come.
So much has come alive in me over the past month. It’s wonderful, but scary at the same time.
One song that keeps running through my mind is “If You Could Only See” by Tonic. The chorus goes like this:
“If you could only see the way she loves me
Then maybe you would understand
Why I feel this way about our love
And what I must do
If you could only see how blue her eyes can be when she says
When she says she loves me”
What has prompted this post? If you could only see, the “seeing.”
When using homeopathy as a healing modality, you need to be able to “see” so much more than you do when using conventional medicine. It isn’t about the tests or the numbers or the medicine. It is about the power of observation and then the choices you make based on what you see. This is a beautiful article on the true beauty of homeopathy. I cannot expect everyone to understand or to “see” the principles involved in homeopathic healing. It’s a difficult concept for most people to grasp. You have to look at the World with a completely different prospective.
These two sentences from this article really hit home for me: “Many steps follow that are part of homeopathic art and craft, yet the healing movement as a change in consciousness, in “perception”, has already taken place. Sometimes this process is repeated many times with a patient. Sometimes one such experience provides a complete healing.”
I have experienced a complete change in consciousness. Things that would normally trouble me or have me flying off in a rage or tangent just don’t do it any more. It’s all just rolling off me like water off a duck. I’m operating in a completely different realm of consciousness and it’s a truly beautiful thing.