-- Quote of the Day --
“…I am always referencing back to the gardening experiences with my father when I was very little… It was phenomenal to me that you could take this little tiny seed and there was already this momentum …and it would begin to germinate and to grow. And this is truly how we function in life. We plant a seed – the seed is a thought, an idea that we sow, or put into action. …The earth is very healing, the more we have our hands in the earth, our bare feet in the ground, …this not only helps to cleanse our energy but also to listen to the one true voice so we begin to process the things that we do… and begin to just listen. You know, it is a meditative process. …When we would plant carrot seeds we couldn’t see what is going on beneath the ground, and you would just have to know the maturity date and pull them out of the ground. …And I was thinking how frequently something is going on underneath the surface …and yet is it something that we deliberately planted? Are we unsure of it? Is it growing or coming? …We are always in that questioning stage. Or is it something that we are unaware of, and begin to stimulate awareness – where we are heading, what our thoughts are… and we can begin to understand why things are the way they are.”
~ Melissa Van Rossom – June 2, ’09
Today's quote was taken from the Conscious Discussions interview that aired on June 2nd, 2009 with Melissa Van Rossom, when we talked about: True Awareness. To access this interview simply click on the hyper-links here or look to the right to find a link for the Conscious Discussions talk radio show.
-- Conscious Living Resource --
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-- Announcement --
- The Daughter In Law Newsletter by Sally Shields (July 7 issue) has included a piece on Dave & Lillian Brummet's work. Follow the links to the newsletter from this site: www.TheDILRules.blogspot.com
-- Authors Read Radio --
Today's guest was Rick Glaze author of the book, The Middle Fork. An avid kayaker, Rick Glaze was inspired to write The Middle Fork after many rafting trips down the Salmon, Colorado, North Umpqua, and Rogue Rivers. He is founder and president of Glaze Capital Management, Inc., a graduate of George Peabody College at Vanderbilt University, and he attended Stanford University’s Creative Writing Program. In addition to being a board member of the Northern California Lincoln Club, a lobby and policy group, Glaze is also a financial columnist for the Los Altos Town Crier and the Nob Hill Gazette.
Click on the hyper-links here, or those on the right side of this screen, to hear Rick share an excerpt from his newly released novel: The Middle Fork on the Authors Read radio show.
Find Dave & Lillian Brummet, excerpts from their books, information about their radio shows & free resources & articles at www.brummet.ca