This is a very touching story about the first week of life for twins Brielle and Kyrie born in 1995. Each in their own incubator and one was not expected to live due to breathing problems, heart rate was weak and she seemed to be in distress. A hospital nurse breaking the rules moved the weak twin and placed her in the incubator with the strong twin. When they were put together the stronger of the two embraced the other with what looks to be like a loving hug. Minutes later the twin’s heart beat stabilized and she was no longer in danger of loosing her life.
I sometimes use Ho oponopono when an unwanted thought or memory enters my mind and I don’t want to get stuck in that negative thought pattern. I want to neutralize myself. Ho oponopono was traditionally practiced by healing priests,it is a forgiveness cleansing chant, a hawaiian word which means to correct or make right. Our words and thoughts are made up of energies, we carry them in our human energy field. In order to neutralize these feelings we have to Ho oponopono them. The mantra goes like this -” I am sorry, Forgive me, thank you , I love you. Admitting the fault, asking forgiveness , sending gratitude and unconditional love are all part of the healing process.
“Through the Wormhole” is a very interesting series of documentaries about science, space and the unknown. The episode “Life After Death” explores consciousness and the mystery of the universe. Morgan Freeman brings to light several theories… What happens to the soul when we die? Does the consciousness live on or does it cease to exist ? Are we all connected by some sort of higher energy unknown to man? Will we one day become one with the divine creator? ….
I came across this page while reading “by Your Side” for Colin Fry. The wolf story is simply explaining the battle between the lower self and higher that are both inside every human being. We are in control of feeding the wolf that will survive inside us.