I love this song.. although watching the music video, I get a little bit of motion sickness :)
Date: 8/22/2006 10:58:53 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 1964 times
It's amazing how if you shift your paradigm of thinking a notch or two, you attract a slew of new, amazing people.
Today I went to an herb garden to pick up some herbs. I was very fortunate to meet the owner, David, who develops his own tinctures and capsules, tonics, teas, ect. His shop is gorgeous, his gardens huge [containing a myriad of plants, i.e., desert, rainforest, ect.] On the far side of the wall are stacks upon stacks of dried herbs in dark glass bottles. In the back of the shop he has rare plants for intense healing.
I met some other employee's there, too - very kindhearted individuals, extremely caring and polite, and very very genuine about what they do and why they are doing it - to educate people to take back their power and achieve radiant health.
One of the workers gave me the cap of an Amanita muscaria mushroom. He informed me that it would do wonders for my intestinal system.. it actually sets itself up in the stomach and provides a whole new environment with flora and fauna. That's why it's referred to as 'The Divine Mushroom of Immortality'.
David was surprised when he learned I am 19.
"You look older."
"Oh..." I waved my hand to my face, embarrassed. "I know, I'm so tired, ever since I got this dis-ease I look.."
"Oh no. I meant your Maturity."
That was one of the best compliments I've ever received.
My friends are pressing me to come out to California still. One of them is getting married to someone I grew up with this Friday. I know I should go, but when I spoke to them today, I didn't feel a connection anymore. It's like a rope was severed.