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eco.lovely
Northern Virginia
beauty from the inside out...and everything in between...
Interests: law of attraction, EFT, energy psychology, yoga, nutrition, local farms & food, raw food, the slow food movement. spirituality- and it's many paths, self growth, and music!
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I often find myself day dreaming about traveling to far away places. I love to travel. But schedules and life often interfere. I often find myself feeling unlucky or a sense of lack over not being able to travel the world. I overheard a conversation about a woman who was getting ready to travel to Iguazu Falls. As I listened I felt envious. But it quickly passed and I realized everything I need is within me. I don't have to spend a dime, or travel by plane to be inspired and awe-struck. I possess every ounce of that beauty and... Continue reading
Posted Jan 31, 2013 at eco-lovely
Absolutely feel the same... love that photo!!!
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Most flowers benefit from having their spent flowers removed. This is called deadheading. Flowers that repeat bloom will often do so only if the old, dying flowers are removed. If they remain on the plant they will goto seed and stop producing beautiful flowers. Applying these principals to our lives is an important part of spiritual growth. It is counterproductive for plants to extend energy sending nutrients to blooms that have already died. But don't we do that in our everyday lives all the time? How often do you say yes, when you really want to say no? How often... Continue reading
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