Top ten ways to shift reality

September 29, 2007 at 1:50 am | Posted in Pearls of wisdom | Leave a comment

Top Ten Ways to Shift Reality
& Make Your Favorite Dreams Come True

by Cynthia Sue Larson

Our thoughts and feelings change the world around us, whether we’re aware of it or not. We’ve all had days when we can’t find our car keys because they aren’t where we know we put them, or we discover one sock is missing from our load of clothing that just came out of the dryer. At times like these, it can feel like “Shift Happens! #@$ #@$> ! ”

The good news is that we don’t need to suffer from discordant thoughts and feelings! With a few pointers, we can learn how to minimize the frustrating reality shifts, and learn to make more of our favorite dreams come true.

1. Pay Attention – The world seems full of whatever we focus our attention on. When you’re thinking of buying a new car, you see the kind of car you’re thinking of almost everywhere you go. Be sure to start looking for evidence that indicates your wishes and prayers are being answered.

2. Appreciate – Being grateful for what we have is the best way to receive more of what we most enjoy. Expressing appreciation and thanks feels good and helps us continue to pay attention to what we most love, allowing more good experiences to come our way.

3. Review the Scientific Studies – Reproducible, double-blind scientific studies conducted by doctors in real-life hospital situations are now proving that distant healing improves the health of those being prayed for. The wishes and prayers have come from people with a wide range of beliefs, indicating that we are all non-locally connected and can influence physical reality from great distances.

4. Revise Your Assumptions – The old assumptions that we can be objective observers without influencing what we’re watching or having any long-distance effects have been disproved with recent quantum physics experiments. We now know that we can only make predictions in terms of probabilities, and that we can’t disregard consciousness or spirit simply because we can’t measure those things.

5. Energize Yourself – Take a few minutes to reverse the damage stress causes to your body every day. Breathe love in, feeling it in your heart, and recall some of your favorite memories. These feelings of Love will energize you tremendously, which increases the probability that you’ll experience enjoyable reality shifts.

6. Reverse Negative Self-Talk – Our inner self-talk is a running dialogue with the universe. When self-talk consists of put-downs and negativity, it directly interferes with anything good we wish to observe. We can minimize negative self-talk by “flipping” each negative statement around, and making an affirmation out of those reversed statements. Posting these affirmations and reading them every day is a powerful way to remove the destructive

7. Feel Non-Locally Interconnected – Just as quantum particles are found to be intimately interconnected with twin particles located great distances away, we also are non-locally interconnected with everything and everyone we love.

8. Visualize What You Desire – Visualize what you most desire to experience in your life — all your favorite, wildest dreams — with the idea in mind that we actually create reality as we observe it.

9. Let Go of Wishes – The best way to make our favorite dreams come true after we’ve visualized them is to release them. This gives them the degrees of freedom required to exist unobserved as pure energy waves, before our observation collapses the wave functions and one possibility materializes.

10. Choose Your Attitude – The most important thing to remember when you face challenges or seemingly impossible situations is to remember that reality can shift! You can choose to replace your feelings of stress, fear, or anger and breathe Love. The more you practice this meditation of “thinking with your heart”, the easier it will be, and the more wonderful reality shifts you’ll experience!

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Love and light Vivian

Picasso at work

September 29, 2007 at 1:19 am | Posted in All about little boy, Scrapbooking | 4 Comments

I got the title from KH’s LO of her little boy also doing squiggles with crayon( It’s such a fantastic title i cldn’t help it! As they say, imitation is the best form of flattery… hope you don’t mind KH!


Journaling: Mummy took out the Crayola crayons and pieces of paper pasted together for you to express your artistic self. You had fun doing all kinds of squiggles, and when you had enough of that, you decided to start drawing on yourself, the floor, as well as Mummy’s thigh – and you looked pretty pleased with your work by the end of it all!

All torn up kit by Tracy Collins
Hanging grunge alpha by Cleo Fitzgerald
Tag alpha (creator unknown)
Stamp frame by Sunstream Design
Mini grunge frame by scrappypony
Burlap flower (creator unknown)

We finally took little boy to view the lanterns at Chinatown – last day tomorrow if i’m not wrong. Mr Gua Gua and i used to go to the Chinese Gardens one every year, but we missed the one last year cos it was obviously not possible to bring little boy along. The one at Chinatown is surprisingly impressive. Within a pretty small enclosed space, they managed to put beautifully crafted lantern displays of famous buildings ard the world. Some of the lanterns looked familiar, like the pandas, monkeys and cranes, but they were lovable sights anyway, and little boy recognised the monkeys and butterflies. The details were so intricate, they were really works of art! I cldn’t believe that the butterflies even came with legs, and some of the monkeys were in such cute poses that reminded us a bit of little boy’s own antics. Haha!

Coincidentally, at the time we were there, there was a balloon performance, where the man blew up this enormous balloon and went inside to do a few tricks. The first time he appeared, little boy jerked in shock. Perhaps it was the horrendous clown hairdo, or the wiggly balloons he was holding. But he was ok after that, and clapped very hard at the right times, albeit with a rather serious expression on his face.

Later when it was time to give out those twisty balloons, i took little boy up to the stage to make sure he gets one too. All the children were crowded up in front, raising their hands and wanting a balloon. I always wondered how stressful it must be for these balloon performers, having to conjure up balloon shapes as quickly as they can for the impatient crowd of little folks in front of them. Well, he gave out a lot of balloon swords, which to me is an ingenious creation cos it’s both easy to do and fun for the kids to play with. Thank gdness though, he didn’t make a sword for little boy – little boy got a little purple dog. Well, nothing very original, but little boy kept clutching to it, even protesting when i took it away so i could hold his hand. Guess he would rather hold his balloon doggie than Mee-mee’s hand!

So it was another new experience for little boy. It’s always nice to watch little boy take in a new experience which Mr Gua Gua and i used to enjoy together. And of cos, there is much more to come in the future. In fact, we are going on a Genting holiday this Sunday, together with both sets of grandparents. Mr Gua Gua and i used to often go to Genting, cos he likes the cold and the cheap and good food. For me, it’s just a nice getaway though i got a bit sick of it after a while. Nevertheless, we haven’t been there for over a year, and i’m looking forward to it. Especially since there will be so many pple to help take care of little boy (assuming my parents don’t spend all their time at the casino!), i am also looking forward to some couple time with Mr Gua Gua. :). Just hoping that we would survive the long bus journey – keeping my fingers crossed!

Guess there will be more LOs to do when we are back! It’s really hard to catch up with LOs when there are so many opportunities to take pics… including those simple mundane moments, which can sometimes be the most memorable. And since i always take so long to do my LOs, being a perfectionist, scrapping time also means sacrifice of spending time with Mr Gua Gua (who ends up watching TV or reading, and sometimes making strange gua gua expressions and noises just to get my attention…and then get scolded for being such a distraction 😛 ) and beauty sleep. But i guess as long as i don’t overdo, it’s still worth it for these will be precious momentos that i will cherish dearly in future. And little boy will definitely enjoy looking at these pages when he’s older… these are gifts to him and everyone who loves him, esp myself.


September 28, 2007 at 1:17 am | Posted in All about little boy | 2 Comments

My mum got little boy interested in aeroplanes as planes flew by her place quite often (and she said it seems like planes come by more often whenever little boy visits.. dunno how true is that!). Everytime they hear the sound of an aeroplane passing by, my mum will grab little boy into her arms and hurry to the window, hoping to catch the sight of the aeroplane in the sky. That’s how little boy learnt to recognise the sight and sound of an aeroplane.

Few days ago, little boy said the word air-plane! Not exactly a mispronunciation since aeroplanes can also be called air-plane. And i was super impressed that he actually learnt to say this word.

The other afternoon, during morning nursing, an aeroplane flew by and immediately, he sat up, and i could almost see his ears cocked up! He hurried to the side of the bed nearest the window and bent his head sideways to look out the window. I joined him as well, but unfortunately, the plane was nowhere in sight. As the sound of the aeroplane faded away, we looked each other, and little boy turned up his palms and said, “No more” – his first 2 word phrase, and said quite clearly too! Later, after coming back to nursing, he again sat up and said aeroplane. It was only then that i heard a very faint sound of an aeroplane passing by. Think after massive “training” at my mum’s place, little boy has become super sensitive to detecting the sounds of aeroplanes now!

Little boy seems to be engaging in a fair bit of imaginative play these days. This evening, little boy kept going air-plane, air-plane, and pointing to the window when the sky is totally dark and there’s not a single sound of aeroplane at all. But i looked up in the sky anyway, as if trying to look for the aeroplane, and when i looked at him and asked him where, he said, no more!

He also likes to use a wooden stick that doesn’t really resemble a spoon to play masak-masak with his stacking cups, going to the extent of putting it into his mouth. Sometimes he would even offer it to me… thank gdness he doesn’t insist on putting it into MY mouth. Whew!

Little boy is finally big enough to start playing with some of the toys we have bought him a while back, such as the rocking horse that he got for his birthday. Now he can even climb up on his own and do some giddy-yap action. He has yet to do stuff like puzzles or stack up blocks to build a tower, but i guess it will all happen in good time. 🙂

Tonight little boy feels extra cuddly, like this warm and soft teddy bear! And as he was nursing, all of a sudden he looked up at me with this loving smile that totally melted my heart. It was as though he was so happy to be with me, and he wanted me to know that. He did this a couple more times, and each time, i felt so touched and my heart bursting with love for him. Sigh…he’s such a constant source of joy and happiness in my life. I love you little boy!

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