What does it mean to wait?
To wait is to simply stop, or pause and take a breath.
But why don’t we want to wait?
In my experience don’t wait anymore because they think and feel that the world is too fast AROUND them. They think they have to rush to keep up.
What we have failed to realise is that the world is only fast WITHIN US.
And we have created this anxiety and impatience that leads to stresses of all kinds and that’s never a good thing as it’s increasing all the time.
I have observed that we are easily allowing ourselves to be distracted, especially when we are confronted by situations we don’t want to deal with. It’s easy to keep putting off important life changing decisions.
So, you see it’s easier to keep busy when you don’t want to have to deal with anything. Ignoring what is needed to be talked about and addressed may require change.
And we all know change isn’t easy for any of us – we do anything to avoid it and that requires not to stop, not to wait and not to breathe.
I have recently lost one of my patients, Ruby. I had been treating her intermittently for over 15 years.
I had made a promise to Ruby, that I felt I had not fulfilled – you see, she wanted to live to be 103 years of age. As her Homeopathic practitioner, I said that I would promise to do all I was allowed to do.
Unfortunately, circumstances made it impossible to see her as much as she needed towards the end of her life, and the homeopathic medication that I had always given her in the past she could no longer self-administer. She was suffering from TIAs (mini strokes) and there was no one there to ensure that she had her medication regularly.
Learning seems to be a form of progress and moving forward, whether the past has been either kind or not.
History (from Greek ἱστορία, historia, meaning “inquiry, knowledge acquired by investigation”) is the study of the past as it is described in written documents. Events occurring before written record are considered prehistory.
What is our pivotal role on this beautiful Earth that we live on? .
Is it to evolve and learn? Or to just exist and then die? .
Could it be to raise our vibrations thus making a difference in this world starting from within our own society? .
Recently a good friend of mine asked me “How long does it take you to get to work?” .
I said it takes me 40 minutes. Visibly astonished, my friend then asked “Why does it take you so long when it only takes me 20 minutes to cover the same distance?”So I thought about it for a moment and I explained that when I walk to work, the first thing I do when I open my front door is breathe and look at the sun rising. I look at the starling that sings for hours in a random pattern outside my bedroom window. I know this starling well as I have captured its beautiful colours on my camera as it sits and sings on the television ariel opposite.Then, at the end of my street which fortunately overlooks a Jewish cemetery and woods, I look at the trees and how they are formed. I look at the floor and always see feathers all year round and unusual things that are always there.
Change isn’t easy to go through, but it can transform your life. .
We can easily become comfortable, stuck or rigid, for example; Imagine a water tap with lime building up over time. Isn’t it better to clean it, or change parts of it and then eventually replace it? These changes lead to better temperature control, better flow, less noise, and even makes it look better!
When I received the title of this following article, I was on my journey from Wales to England to see a dear 99-year-old lady who has been a patient of mine for many years. I was travelling with her Niece who enquired about what I was reading. I explained that the title of my next article was ‘mindlessness’. As I had only glanced at the email on my phone, what I later realised was that the title was actually ‘mindfulness’! Nevertheless, we went about our journey discussing mindlessness, and how it impacts on us as individuals and as a society. .
I have been a Healer for over 25 years, people have come to the City of Newport in South Wales UK with all manner of illnesses many chronic many incurable for help, patients include; Therapists, Healers, Mediums, Drs, Surgeons, Professors, Politicians and Religious leaders many from all over the world. .
We live in a wonderfully diverse world filled with individuals, each with their own unique personality, ideas and values. Some people value money, others maybe their family, the world of art, or their personal belongings. I, myself value life, and the lives of others.