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  1. 13 points
    Michael had this to say on negative ions and how they help with (my) sleep and (my) True Rest. To get more even clarity, perhaps we should ask about them again. From a Private Live Chat on June 15, 2011: MEntity: In terms of True Rest, yes, there is always more one can do to bring that about. Our suggestions for True Rest, as part of your primary Pillars, can be of help, even if it is not obvious in effect, at first. In your case, reading something of value to you upon retiring is restful, as well as listening to the effects of wind (wind chimes, leaves, etc), and even hearing storms, can be restful. MEntity: All restful in a way that aligns Essence with Personality so that energy is used most effectively and restored. MEntity: These suggestions can be altered or extended to your liking, of course, so that, for instance, you are not sitting around waiting for a storm, but can listen to quality audio recordings and playbacks of a storm, or wind chimes. MEntity: One can also hang a small set of wind chimes within reach of key areas so that a quick brush or bump to them can emit the sounds that bring Rest. MEntity: Keep in mind that we are not talking about sleep here, but REST, which contributes to the quality of sleep, of course. MEntity: One can even conjure up a storm in the imagination as a means to bring about Rest. MEntity: For instance, the frustration that may come from lack of sleep can be turned into a beautiful, majestic storm of thunder and lightning so that the charge is "burned off," and True Rest can return. MEntity: Bringing an ionizing source into key areas of rest can also help, which is an extension of Storms and their physical effects on the atmosphere, which brings True Rest for you. MEntity: However, we suggest some research into the effects of ionization and the various sources for it, as the commercial elements related to this are quite messy. Maureen: Do you mean the actual physical elements in the ionizing equipment? MEntity: What we mean is that there are artificial sources of negative ions, and natural sources, and some are more effective and preferable than others, not only in general, but some may be preferred by you over others. MEntity: For instance, not all ionic air filters are designed well, and sometimes an increase in live plants can have a far greater impact on the quality of air and ions, and may be preferable. MEntity: Beeswax candles can provide effects that are similar to a "storm" when burned, as well as installed sources of the equivalent of sunlight, such as those used for terrariums and plants. MEntity: However, the sunlight equivalent may not be useful as an immediate contradiction to the ideas of a storm, but could go quite well with the sounds of wind chimes in an environment. MEntity: However you choose to implement these things, from what we have suggested, to what others are doing to help you, it would still do you well to have separate time for REST, that is not in the pressure zone of SLEEP. MEntity: The more REST that is a part of your day, which may require setting aside time just for that, like meditation, the more likely the benefit for actual sleep. MEntity: Combining our suggestions could provide rather surprising results: reading something of value to you, in the sunlight of the day, or during a storm, with the sounds of chimes nearby as ambiance. MEntity: The key would be in focusing on the part you enjoy the most at the moment: the sound? the material being read? and allow the rest to move around you, engulf you. MEntity: This is key, because it is part of the heart of your condition: that you cannot allow for distractions, but tend to focus on them. MEntity: These gentle forms of practice would do you well upon falling asleep, because your racing mind, or your racing cells, or your chattering heart can be left to do what they do, while you rest, while you sleep. MEntity: In addition to your conscious efforts, employing the substrata or unconscious elements through homeopathy and your other treatments could combine to bring great relief, eventually. MEntity: If all of this fails, you may be so exhausted from the various efforts, that you fall into sleep "naturally" after all. Maureen: LOL
  2. 13 points
    I don't care if my salt lamp emits negative ions or not. It's such a pretty and comforting light! You know what else I don't care about? Excercise. I wished he'd come the conclusion that the best way to energize oneself is by sitting on the couch. But ok. Excercise it is, then. 🙄😉
  3. 8 points
    Nadine, that last paragraph from you cracked me up! High Five on that one! LOL And I agree... I love my Salt Lamps for their ambiance more than anything, so no loss to me.
  4. 7 points
    OMG, Michael was onto this long before I found this video I just posted?? This is a subject I've never given a lick of thought to but it happened to be in my YouTube feed today, so I thought it was interesting! It always freaks me out and amazes when Michael casually mentions something like this. And now I see this guy in this video talk about how Negative Ion machines produce the equivalent of toxic smog as a byproduct. Yikes! I wonder if that is true of all Negative Ion machines. And Michael Entity rocks!
  5. 6 points
    I love my salt lamp. And my toddler does, too, since she makes a point to lick it every time she follows me into my room. 😕
  6. 6 points
    I have always been wondering about the salt lamp and this finally put it at rest Thanks for sharing @Troy I do agree with @Nadine though, the lamps are really pretty and comforting, I love the hue, it's very Hygge in my opinion
  7. 4 points
    Thank you @Troy for the video, and Thank you @Maureen for that wonderful Michael session! I love how you find these relevant sessions so readily! 🙂
  8. 4 points
    I loved your session @Maureen thank you very much for sharing it
  9. 3 points
    I cried watching this. I'm definitely committed to veganism, more than ever. We'll get there. Like... literally everything we have assumed is all life can be (carnism, political factions, consumerism, capitalism, money, fossil fuels, dictatorship, organized religion, poverty, homelessness, selfishness, irresponsible escapism, uncontrollable technological progress, info glut, privatization, individualism, separation/loneliness, intentional violence, artificial scarcity, wastefulness, debt etc.) is coming to an end. This is exhausting yet also encouraging. I wonder how the 2020s and 30s will look/feel like given all of this change Thanks for posting..
  10. 3 points
    Yes! Can't wait to delve into this whole other dimension! I think this long wait between seasons will be worth it - Brit and her team seem to put so much thought behind every detail. It's so great trying to find the meaning behind all of it. Such a moving and thought-provoking show 👏
  11. 3 points
    Has anyone had a chance to look at the Season 2 trailer of The OA? This one appears to explore a another parallel reality. I am excited and cannot wait to see it.
  12. 3 points
    I love anything that emits negative ions, and I was only in on the himalayan salt lamps because they are so gorgeous to look at, so this ticks all my boxes. Give me a storm and this lamp and I am happy.
  13. 2 points
    I remember when watching this I thought so often Brit Marling looked so alike Aurora (Norwegian singer/writer), and at the time I didn't know Aurora also was an Entity Mate, but I suspected it very much when I noticed the similarities in their face expressions and eyes 🙂 Later when Troy discovered Auroras music he shared the Entity information with us (C1/E4).
  14. 2 points
    Looks really good. Thanks, I will definitely watch it. The information these activists and doctors share helps keep shore up the knowledge. Important when discussing veganism with others.
  15. 1 point
    Wow, interesting to see that you all love this too. So do my husband and I and we also hope the writers will create more seasons. Did you by any chance see her (Brit Marling) and Mike Cahil's movie 'Another earth'? That movie has a very intruiging story line as well.
  16. 1 point
    I just finished the show -- I thought it was incredibly deep and thought-provoking. What struck me the most was this current of intimacy that runs between the characters -- it felt so familiar, like the intimacy I have with some of my closest friends and those who were at the TLE gathering. I loved that the four boys and teacher were each a "type" that would've been shallow and stereotypical in other films and shows, but their stories and struggles were explored and they were these complex and real people that chose to be vulnerable with each other. I read some interviews with Brit Marling (I get the same sort of vulnerable, intimate thoughtfulness from her as from the show), and in one of them she explains why the story was set in a Mid-West suburb. I'm so impressed by her (and the show's) exploration of the spirit in the mundane and seeing beyond the obvious. This is a real Spiritualist film, and it taught me a lot about being comfortable with the unknown (which is difficult for someone with Stubbornness).
  17. 1 point
    I found Hap's character interesting. He was kind of living vicariously through OA and the rest of the lab rats experiences of death. God the episode when the cop busts Hap in Hap's home was high suspense. The relationship between OA and Homer. Mike who was revived by the 5movements. I went on to the writer/actress and her co writer's twitter feed and said please create another season. I wanted to but didn't, direct them here to TLE. I didn't direct them here because it is a public message and any old trump voting oxygen thief could read it. So I instead cryptically intoned, the Journey of your Soul. I also said that this show has a massive audience with my community and I left it at that. Doing Gods work etc.
  18. 1 point
    I also enjoyed this show! :)
  19. 1 point
    I loved this show and can't remember a moment when it wasn't enthralling. The story is gripping, engaging, heartwarming, terrifying, mind-bending, and all sorts of other adjectives along a full spectrum of experience. I frequently find myself mentally returning to it, remembering a great scene, or some excellent dialogue, and can't wait for the many questions I now have to, hopefully, be answered in season 2! I'm so happy that these kinds of smart tv shows are available now. The world might be going to shit, but at least we're well entertained!! ?
  20. 1 point
    I have watched the first episode a few days ago, and look forward to the rest :-)
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