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Sacred Geometry

Sacred Geometry


" Mathematical rhythm applies to everything. The frequency at which we vibrate equates to what manifests in our lives."




The Physics of Vibration-


What exactly is 'vibration' and how does it effect our every day lives? The signals we emit via our thought waves are the vibrations that connect us to a universal field of energy. The frequency at which we vibrate equates to what manifests in our lives.

Think of music in terms of 'Sacred Geometry'. The vibrations activated within the listener opens a frequency that manifests outwardly in the landscape of our lives through the gift of our emotions. Sometimes the melodies are happy and sometimes they are sad. But we, the composers of the music, get to choose the songs we sing. It is the work of 'Metatron's Cube' as it journeys throughout the universe seeking energetic balance in us.


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Right now, we are all emitting fear as a collective. That is why we are seeing our current 'global situation' evolving at warp speed. If we would all just take the time we have been gifted...YES, I said 'gifted'...to seize this opportunity to learn how to manage our emotions, we can collectively put a stop to the hysteria.


We are flailing right now because we have never been taught how to manage ourselves 'energetically'. If we take a closer look into the existential crisis we all now fear, we will see it's roots are deeply embedded in the emotion of loss. What we fear more than an invisible virus is the loss of control over our lives.


So Let's Get Creative!

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It is time to take a good long look at what needs restructuring in our lives. The more we focus our thoughts in one direction the more we will influence a more desirable outcome that serves all of us.

 

So nurture yourselves right now and honor the way that you feel. Hug your children more and reconnect with your family.

It is okay to be fearful...We certainly have good reason to be at this time...But what each of us can do to help ease the burden of this situation is to find ways to soothe ourselves and our families through the discomfort. 

Just as you might take a warm bath to soothe your aching muscles, you can do the same to ease your aching mind. Listen to some joyful music. Watch a fun movie with your kids. Play ball in the park or dust off those old board games and have a friendly round of Monopoly;-) Now is the time for 'old school' fun!


You have no excuse right now to not take care of yourself!


You may also enjoy this recent piece I wrote in collaboration with my friend Kevin Baker...Within it we share our thoughts and  insights for creating 'Cadence in Communication'...


"Every song we sing is a transference of energy to the world around us. Our lives therefore, are an original work of art, full of amazing ideas to convey and arrange as we choose."    -Cyndi


I wish you all peace and wellness as we pass through this 'transferrence' of energy together...I'll see you on the other side;-)

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Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #48

#55
What a beautiful thought Harvey Lloyd...It really is all about acceptance of the things we cannot change...to change we can...and the wisdom to know the difference...I may not have control over my environment, but I have control over the way I feel and 'think' about it....Exactly;-)

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

1 year ago #47

I read this and immediately thought, Serenity Prayer. Understanding what we have control over verses where we only have influence. This brought me into the sphere of critical thinking. The harder edge of what your post is pointing towards. In times of crisis critical thinking helps us scrap away the false arguments fear presents. I have control over me and influence over the environment i live. Leverage both with all the focus fear presents. If we can grasp what you speak here and the control/influence paradigm then we can display ourselves in a way that inspires others.

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #46

#52
That's the message...There's nowhere to run. Be well Fatima...I'll meet you on the other side of chaos;-)

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

🐝 Fatima G. Williams

1 year ago #45

#50
Cyndi wilkins Thank you Cyndi girl. I am doing good staying put and my family is staying safe. Hope your daughter and you are staying safe. This is a beautiful post and just at the right time. You are right in saying that we have never been taught or allowed ourselves to think about what we would do in these situations. As for people like me living far away from family in a distant land, I need to reinvent myself and think of new ways to get going.

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

1 year ago #44

How do I upload an image here? Thanks

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #43

Thanks for the share my sweet gal ...I hope you and your family are well... I'm sending you love and light as always;-)

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #42

Cyndi wilkins I welcome your prayers Cyndi ... I will continue to keep your friend in prayer for healing and a strong spirit ... peace through this trial

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #41

#47
The spirit is 'Timeless'...I will keep you and your family in my prayers as well dear Fay Vietmeier;-)

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #40

Cyndi wilkins I'm sorry to hear about your friend. I always LOVE what the Cancer Institute says "there is no expiration date stamped on our heel" ... the "days ordained for each is written in the Lamb's Book of Life ... I will keep your friend in my prayers ... Lines on our face … we might like to erase ;~) But laugh lines and love lines are beauty to trace. Your picture reveals that you are a most lovely lady ... your inward beauty shines through I try not to look too much or too close in the mirror ;~) ... holding close to my heart that true beauty ... the beauty that endures is inside the "jar of clay" Be well and those you LOVE Cyndi ...

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #39

#44
You know, it's interesting you mention 'The Lines of Life' Fay Vietmeier...I was just noticing this morning the deepening of the lines on my face with the concern for a friend I have just learned has a very rare cancer. Suddenly, the whole threat of this virus seems to pale in comparison... I am reminded once again we all have an expiration date to this life...So let us seize the day;-)

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #38

Kevin Baker Your words: "What is going on that is not talked about is where is all the money going that is lost? Through which channels does this go to. Reminds me of this "transaction" https://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-iran-payment-cash-20160907-snap-story.html "Reporting from Washington — The Obama administration is acknowledging its transfer of $1.7 billion to Iran earlier this year was made entirely in cash, using non-U.S. currency, as Republican critics of the transaction continued to denounce the payments. Treasury Department spokeswoman Dawn Selak said in a statement late Tuesday that the cash payments were necessary because of the “effectiveness of U.S. and international sanctions,” which isolated Iran from the international finance system. more... The thought still lights a fire under this bees hive ;~) The one consolation is that in LIFE the principle of sowing & reaping always prevails Believe or do not believe: "God is not mocked" You take care of yourself my "hat-tipping" bee-friend ... Be well

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #37

Cyndi wilkins I just added these 2 lines for (Dr Ian) and all the warriors in hospitals who are fighting on the "front-lines" ... may their spirits & minds stay strong & a spirit of wellness prevail ;~) The brave of heart can be found on the front-lines Facing the enemy head on … their courage shines "The Lines of Life" https://www.bebee.com/producer/@fay-vietmeier-pennsylvania/lines-of-life

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #36

#38
Thank you for this Fay Vietmeier's article and agree we are missing several pieces of this puzzle...After all is said and done and all the academia is sifted through, I think we are both in agreement that the greatest influence over this situation is the 'mind state' of fear...

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #35

#36
I love any excuse to bathe myself in sunlight Kevin Baker...Even if it's the threat of an invisible virus;-) I worship the sun Gods every chance I get!

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #34

Kevin Baker (part 2) Today: https://www.vindobona.org/article/coronavirus-in-austria-update https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/ … NUMBERS constantly changing … … a total of 378,071 confirmed cases have been reported worldwide (CASES not deaths) … The number of deaths worldwide is currently 16,488 ( the vast majority of those are in Italy -& then China, Spain & Iran) RECOVERED: 101,5784 People are NOT dropping by the thousands in the streets … it that were the “case” … THEN I get it & agree with the need for extreme measures … Not arguing common sense precautions: hand washing … staying away from sick people & large crowds To me it appears over reaction … and progressive over-reaction: in turn, causing great & devastating disruption to global economy and the ability for people to work & care for their family Uncertainty is a fire that fuels FEAR NO country can economically PROP-UP or sustain people through such disruption or “affliction” … I do not see this producing the intended outcome nor does it seem realistic … Stay well my hat-tipping friend ... and catch some rays ;~) ... in Pittsburgh where I hang my hat ;~) A bright sunny day is a rare event

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #33

#36
Kevin Baker I'm right there with you Kevin ... PANIC is the real pandemic being produced here ... If people are being asked to stay inside ... then NO sunlight As I stated on Ian's post: I agree with Ian “things just don’t gel” In my spirit … I have a sense that are missing puzzle pieces The MATH is what mystifies me. Looking at total populations Vs the numbers of cases & deaths … contrasting with the death rate of flu https://www.health.com/condition/cold-flu-sinus/how-many-people-die-of-the-flu-every-year So how do these numbers compare to flu deaths in previous years? So far, it looks like the 2019-2020 death toll won’t be as high as it was in the 2017-2018 season, when 61,000 deaths were linked to the virus. However, it could equal or surpass the 2018-2019 season's 34,200 flu-related deaths. Overall, the CDC estimates that 12,000 and 61,000 deaths annually since 2010 can be blamed on the flu. Globally, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the flu kills 290,000 to 650,000 people per year. (part 1) https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ian-weinberg/dawn-of-affliction#c18

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #32

#36
That is an excellent question Kevin Baker...I may be stating the obvious here, but I would guess it has to do with the fact that we at least have a vaccine to help safeguard against a flu pandemic...Even if the protective effects are minor it is still better than nothing...which is what we are facing with this current situation. I have absolutely no doubt there will be an effective vaccine coming into play in the near future, however the ripple effect to the economy and the long term health of those who will be sickened with this virus remains uncertain...and it is that uncertainty that stokes the flames of the true pandemic here...which is fear.

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #31

Cyndi wilkins 3-23-20: Prior to this "corona virus event" ... there was already much anxiety washing over the world ... in recent years a massive & unprecedented increase in anti-anxiety drugs That increase includes young people I have observed this in my immediate family ... these are matters we tend not to talk about but they are ever-present GREAT and vital point you make Cyndi to do our best to assure our children ... my son is 21 and decided to get his own place last year ... he was notified on Friday of staying home /his work can't be done remotely ... will "be paid for 2 weeks" ... then what ? How to assure? ... be a LOVING, reassuring presence ... be calm in the face of adversity … be at peace … spend time with the Prince of Peace ... be grateful ... be a help to the degree that is possible to your children and those around you ... be hopeful & positive "we get thru this together ... we will be stronger ... be connected "heart-to-heart" … be connected in word & deed … I guess if it’s a deed exercise “social distancing” … be in prayer ... be well ... have a spirit of good health I am praying for all my "bee-friends"

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #30

#29
So happy you enjoy that version of the 1812 Fay Vietmeier...It certainly 'strike's a joyful chord' in me;-) I think it extraordinarily important to be reassuring our children at this time...They have so many pressures in their every day lives that we. as children, never dreamed possible. My sixteen year old daughter is experiencing her own roller coaster of emotions...The anxiety she naturally struggles with over school assignments has heightened exponentially amid this crisis...not to mention being cut off from her teachers and friends. I've seen her anger over this bring her to tears... I feel for her. As parents, we all have our work cut out for us. The stability of our children is crucial here. #33 A very wise friend indeed Zacharias \ud83d\udc1d Voulgaris...I'd love to see a picture of you wearing it and posted here...Makes it 'real' for those thinking...WTF is Metatron's cube;-) Lol! Bee well!

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

1 year ago #29

A friend once gave me a shirt with Metatron's cube on it. It remains my favorite piece of clothing to this day!

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #28

#28
NEVER BEFORE has the world shut down on a global scale as quickly as this...and fear has fanned the flames of uncertainty.. Viruses resonate throughout the fields of consciousness just the same as fear does...The more we fear, the stronger it gets...And until we get our collective fear under control, this virus will continue to grow and spread like the wild fires we all just witnessed decimate Australia. That is why I am pleading with people to find creative ways to 'rise above' the chaos while our medical professionals work tirelessly to get this situation under some control. We are experiencing a shortage in safety equipment for our health care workers on the front lines here in the US, and the call has gone out to anyone with the means to help make masks, gowns, donate respirators and so on... I have just spent the last several hours at my office working with a small group of friends assembling masks to donate to our local hospitals and medical offices. We are planning to continue making masks until we run out of material...tedious work and I am physically exhausted after just ONE afternoon...But the mental energy I feel right now is amazing! We can ALL do SOMETHING to help... I have a profound appreciation for you Ian Weinberg, and all those on the front lines working so hard under such enormous stress! Be well and take very good care...I look forward to seeing you on the other side of chaos;-)

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #27

Cyndi wilkins Proma \ud83d\udc1d Nautiyal Pascal Derrien Kevin Baker Cyndi~ You are now as a conductor to orchestrate encouragement I loved your analogy and progression of emotions for: 1812 Overture by Tchaikovsky ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUpuAvQQrC0 Well said Cyndi: "an amazing piece that takes us through myriad emotions...I begin a bit with tears...and then feel a surge of strength injected into my veins at just about the 2;00 minute mark that builds like an energetic battalion of warriors fighting off the intruder of fear...The cannons killing off any virus that dare enter my energetic space;-) Defeated as all the bells of victory ring in the streets!" I can only add "Amen" I think "Mother Earth" reports to "Father God" ;~) ... and yes He "rules not us" ;~) I was encouraging my wonderful son last evening over taco's "to have peace it helps to spend time with the "Prince of Peace" ... here we can find a "song of stillness" and peace "the time is now" ;~) I am praying for all my "bee-friends ;~) if you're reading that includes you ;~)

Ian Weinberg

Ian Weinberg

1 year ago #26

Cyndi wilkins I have devoured all the academic articles related to the Virus and still have difficulty defining it. Major discrepancies of infection and death between age groups, hemispheres and in fact between countries (eg Germany vs Italy). There are even 2 case studies of deaths of 2 young men who had the typical Corona pneumonia and who were both Covid-negative!! And so I conclude that the variables that have been omitted from the equation are fear and negative belief. Fear and/belief that calamity will befall you and that you will become a victim will translate into illness and victim. I truly subscribe to the fact that it is the mind state and all its influences - immunity etc, that will either carry us over the line or not.

Pascal Derrien

Pascal Derrien

1 year ago #25

The now is here more than ever but we only have a short window of opportunity to grab it Earth is teaching us a lesson she rules not us 🤔

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #24

#25
As fear resonates throughout the field of consciousness, people are taking leave of their senses...My intention here Kevin Baker is to create a coherent 'group think' in an effort to stabilize the panic we are emitting. This is the 'thought science' many of us have been writing about since our inception on these platforms. We can all help shift the current wave of helplessness to that of hopefulness. I suggest that everyone reach out to those in your local communities...most importantly those who live alone and are feeling especially isolated. Create group chats, meditations, exercise classes or even dance parties online! Every little bit helps to bring those anxiety levels down out of the rafters...and it's fun;-) If enough of us are doing this we can negate the effects of this crisis a whole bunch sooner than running around in chaos...It is up to us to find a way to rise above it...

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #23

#21
Thank you Proma \ud83d\udc1d Nautiyal...Interesting you should mention Mother Nature setting things right...I just said to a friend this morning it's like we have all been sent to our 'collective rooms' to contemplate our bad behavior;-) Giving in to the energy of fear has a lot to do with how this virus has become so contagious...If we think of it in terms of how certain leaders generate fear among their people as a means of making themselves more powerful it makes perfect sense, yes? So, as I mention in this article, if we can seize this opportunity to learn how to manage our emotions, we can collectively put a stop to the hysteria. All of our healthcare professionals are on the front lines doing their part...and we can help them immensely by following guidelines and managing our own anxiety to stop feeding into the 'panic-demic'...Be well;-)

Debasish Majumder

Debasish Majumder

1 year ago #22

Great insight Cyndi wilkins! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the buzz.

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #21

#20
So glad you enjoyed it Fay Vietmeier...I am listening to it now as I write this...It is an amazing piece that takes us through myriad emotions...I begin a bit with tears...and then feel a surge of strength injected into my veins at just about the 2;00 minute mark that builds like an energetic battalion of warriors fighting off the intruder of fear...The cannons killing off any virus that dare enter my energetic space;-) Defeated as all the bells of victory ring in the streets! The roller coaster ride of emotion catapults me back to the joyous energy I felt as a child (and still feel now) while observing a tremendous show of fireworks on the Fourth of July;-) I promise you goosebumps! You're hairdresser is very gracious to have you come into her home to serve you...I too have a home office as well as a private office space in which I am sole proprietor... However my practice as a manual therapist is 'on hold' at this time while we are under a 'shelter in place' order... Many of my clients are elderly and living alone, so their fear levels are on high alert right right now. I keep in touch with whoever I can via text and video chat...For those who have trouble with operating their phones to access these applications, A good old fashioned phone call works wonders to soothe rising tensions... Everyone stay safe, follow the suggested recommendations by your local government and reach out to any support system available to you...and know that this too shall eventually pass.

Proma 🐝 Nautiyal

Proma 🐝 Nautiyal

1 year ago #20

Beautiful post, Cyndi wilkins, we certainly need more joyful posts such as these that tell us what to do at this trying hour. Unfortunately, people are oscillating between: "I don't care" and "I care too much." Being mindful of our fears but at the same time not giving in to them is crucial right now. Balance is required, just like the equinox, just like Mother Nature took it onto herself to set things right. We need to strike that balance, reconnect with loved ones and most importantly invest in self-care. Very well-articulated. Going to listen to some soulful music, right away! :)

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #19

Cyndi wilkins Cyndi~ I so enjoyed the 1812 Overture by Tchaikovsky … especially the cannons … bells & percussion !!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUpuAvQQrC0 Soothing … invigorating and engaging “Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.” ~ Robert Fripp On the subject of small business: I had an hair appointment today (scheduled in Jan) … my hairdresser (who I’ve known for many, many years) extended that she would do my hair in her home That lines up with "Hands on" I was blessed … by her caring Stay well Cyndi ;~) one day at a time, we will pass through this time.

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #18

#18
Yes...Thank you for that Franci Hoffman...I agree that for the many, like myself, who provide a very 'hands on' service, we are having to restructure the way in which we do business. Fortunately for me, being self employed I have always operated with the mindset of having a 'rainy day fund' for that unexpected injury or illness...However, these are extra-ordinary circumstances, and most of us live paycheck to paycheck... Thank goodness we have the internet to keep us all connected. Many of us are turning to 'zoom' or 'skype' to stay in touch with our clientele to offer any kind of assistance we can as we all go through this transition together.

Franci 🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador

Thanks for the good vibes, Cyndi! Most people are hunkering down or getting accustomed to a change in their daily lives. For some people, that has meant figuring out a way to work with children at home. For others, it has meant they cannot take their daily lunch with colleagues or friends. Once the dust settles and it will, then hopefully there will renewed balance in our lives. Perhaps it will not be the same but then nothing remains the same except change. We need our common sense side and we need our creative side to keep our sanity.

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #16

Thank for those epic links Fay Vietmeier...I especially enjoyed the 300 Violins Orchestra;-) Great for playing on a continuous loop as you jump on that treadmill! It is of no 'coincidence' that I posted a link to an event organised by Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise funds for the Ethiopian famine disaster. This broadcast was one of the largest satellite link-ups of all time...The concerts were seen by around 40% of the global population;-) Let's keep these 'good vibes' surging through the veins of all who will listen;-) Lead with love and care and peace will follow...BTW, I LOVE blueberry-banana bread...and I already know how much you care for humanity;-) A lovely rendition of Tchaikovsky's 1812 overture...Complete with cannons and all! So powerful a vibration that my heart is pounding out of my chest...Watch from beginning to end, breathe deeply and let the energy build in your body...wait for it...wait for it....BOOM! A MUSICAL ORGASM;-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUpuAvQQrC0

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #15

Cyndi wilkins Cyndi~ Thank you for your beautiful responses ... if we lived in closer proximity I'd bring you a jar of soup or a loaf of my Blueberry-banana bread to let you know I care ;~) In this Cyndi we are like-minded: “I believe this to be a time of 'collective reflection' for all of humanity simultaneously...One might even see this as being a gift from the divine;-) … a time worthy to ponder Being present Remote ... but not removed ... "hard pressed but not crushed" This is a great time for small random acts of kindness to those around us ... make or bake something and share it ;~) Hand deliver with safe "social distance"

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #14

Ken Boddie Thank you, good sir, for your unceasingly good sense of humor ;~) In the dictionary under "self-nurture" we find: A bubble bath with a glass of wine “or 3” … sounds good to this bee ;~) This experience would be enhanced by music that makes you sing ... your spirit sing @Cyndi thanks for “good vibrations” … Beach Boys link Here’s more to boost your spirit as you make "bubbles" Vulfpeck @ Madison Square Garden (Dec 2019 sold out) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rv4wf7bzfFE And 300 Violins Orchestra … GLORIOUS !!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCebJodm0lY Be well my "bee-friends"

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #13

Oooops! I was bouncing around in my chair so much I forgot to post the link;-) LOL! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAT6UD8x-y0 Enjoy!!

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #12

#12
Ha ha...That is exactly what I am getting at here Ken Boddie...We have never been taught the 'energetic' basics of how we create. Look at the fear that is being generated at warp speed with all of us being focused on the same thing at the same time...We are bombarding our collective reality by creating an 'energetic tsunami' with the vibration of fear. This is history in the making, and we are collectively creating it...Kevin Baker brought up a great analogy of the opera singer matching the frequency of the wine glass with so much momentum that it shatters...changing the reality of the glass;-) We are doing the same thing here with the frequency of fear. If we can just take a collective breath and see this as the opportunity that it is to shift the upper hand here and focus on ourselves, our families and communities and offer what help we can to others who may be struggling right now, we can all climb into that collective 'bubble bath' in a joint effort to create those GOOD VIBRATIONS!!! Here's a great live version..Everybody sing along....Music heals people! And don't forget the wine;-)

Ken Boddie

Ken Boddie

1 year ago #11

I can’t recall, Cyndi, any mention of Metatron's Cube in my geometry studies at school or my physics studies at both school and uni. The only thing sacred about my education was the outcries of my various teachers and lecturers, such as “for god’s sake, Boddie, get it right will you?” As for vibration theory, I still have nightmares about those engineering lectures when the lecture theatre screen (overhead projector back then) portrayed full line width equation after equation of alphanumeric symbols, guaranteed to stupefy rather than sanctify. That aside, I’m all for long baths (preferably with a glass of wine or three), taking care of ourselves, and singing. The Beach Boys and “Good Vibrations” comes to mind ... Oom, bop, bop. 🤣😂🤣

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #10

#2
Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee My dear Professor … I hope you are well … and your beautiful family (how blessed are you being surrounded with lovely ladies ;~) People are distracted … You can read my comment to Cyndi I encourage everyone I’m in contact with: Do not cooperate with the spirit of fear I get “social distancing” … but we should not permit being disconnected from our heart & mind Like I’m not going to stop hugging my son ... Stay well … and take good care of you ;~) Now that I’m almost finished with a computer transition I hope to return to work on some of my “bee-famous” drafts ;~) Words abound ;~)

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #9

#9
Hello Fay Vietmeier...I hope you and your family are well;-) Thank you for your words of compassion. As I mentioned in my exchange with Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee I believe this to be a time of 'collective reflection' for all of humanity simultaneously...One might even see this as being a gift from the divine;-) What we choose to align with, fear or hope, is entirely up to us. Having compassion for our selves and our fellow man/woman is being brought to light here. As dark as things might seem at the moment, if we look deeper into ourselves and our responses to each other in this difficult time, we will see something of great beauty emerging here...Love;-)

Fay Vietmeier

Fay Vietmeier

1 year ago #8

#1
Cyndi wilkins People are distracted ... routines are disrupted ... tuned into "news" that is most likely to produce more uncertainty & fear I enjoyed your encouragement ... how sweet is the kitten & duckling ... innocence caring for innocence Ever-present lessons to humans ;~) Seeking peace & self-nurture is important especially when under duress … I always say if you desire peace ... spend time with the "Prince of Peace" ... His peace is exceeds human understanding I think of being on an airplane when the oxygen masks deploy ... you can't help others if you don't first attend to yourself FEAR ... and the spirit of fear which IS "the invisible enemy" is from the evil one This is a time to reorder priorities ... to spend time with & sow into being with those we love … A time to be grate-FULL … for every good gift Each breath is a gift ... each day holds possibility Stay well ... I do not cease to give thanks for all my "bee-friends" ... remembering them in my prayers ;~)

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #7

Randall Burns...I'd be curious to see if you are able to post a comment here as you noted to be having trouble with LI...I'm always interested in your insights;-)

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #6

#4
True Dear Debesh Choudhury...Most of us have forgotten how to care for ourselves 'energetically'...I think it is especially important for all of us to support each other and leave a trail for the next generation of leaders...Lead with love and peace will follow...

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#3
I fully agree with your entire comment, Cyndi

Debesh Choudhury

Debesh Choudhury

1 year ago #4

Most of us forget to take care of our mind .. You have pointed us towards the right direction Cyndi wilkins .. Mind care is as essential as physical care of our body.

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

1 year ago #3

#2
Very unfortunate indeed Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee...Because reaching out to our support systems is exactly what we need at this time of isolation...Fear only serves to weaken our immune system making us even more vulnerable...It is time now to learn to manage ourselves emotionally and seek ways to redirect our thoughts away from the crippling fear that has cast a wide net of despair... This is not a 'death sentence'...This is a lesson in taking responsibility for our actions and understanding that energetically we have all have had a hand in creating this situation and our collective fear has made it stronger... If we can find it within ourselves to consider for a moment the 'sacred geometry' at work here, we will begin to understand the vibrations we are emitting via our collective thoughts are the building blocks of creation. Consciousness is rising everywhere at the same time...changing reality for everyone simultaneously...Our awareness of taking care of ourselves and having compassion for our global family is being brought to light here...There can be great beauty in the presence of darkness;-)

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Cyndi wilkins- great post and it is indeed time to work together. If we don't work together today then when? Unfortunately, it seems fear has crippled us.Just review the views on any post now and you shall notice the sharp drop in numbers. Scared people don't want to read > They want mostly their fears to fade or disappear.

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1 year ago #1

Interesting to note here that many articles published in the last day or so have had virtually no interaction in the comments section on my feed...Another connection of mine had alerted me to this over on LI...Anyone else think this is 'odd'? Javier \ud83d\udc1d CR?

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