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maheswari

Lebanon
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Posted - Oct 04 2013 :  04:16:29 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
very inspiring post my dear...God bless you
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mr_anderson

USA
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Posted - Oct 04 2013 :  08:32:28 AM  Show Profile  Visit mr_anderson's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Very beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

The sense of "translucency" of this self has become more and more apparent. - I know what you mean here

Love,

Josh
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Oct 04 2013 :  4:06:18 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Thanks, friends! I love you guys SO MUCH. I can't tell you what an incredible blessing it is to have you with me, and your encouragement, and being able to share on a deep level like this with people who truly "get it." LOVE.
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mr_anderson

USA
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Posted - Oct 04 2013 :  4:37:57 PM  Show Profile  Visit mr_anderson's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply


Each person, each "self", is as translucent as water... Translucent waves on the crystal clear infinite ocean of consciousness.

Love you too Radharani :-) :-) :-)

Best wishes to you
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Radharani

USA
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Posted - Oct 25 2013 :  11:29:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
So, here's the latest. It just keeps getting more and more "interesting."

Note, the title of this thread is "Making Peace with the Psychic Job" - which I did, and felt quite good about it. Unfortunately, as mentioned above, it didn't work out financially so I had to go back to the medical transcription job.

As it turns out, I've been getting more hours of medical work and with also going back to school for coding & billing certification, I finally had to accept the fact that I don't have the time/energy to keep up with the Psychic job and online counseling job as well. So, this week I resigned from my Psychic job, as much as I enjoyed it and love my clients. They were very understanding and told me that I am welcome to come back any time, if/when my schedule permits. Now I am down to only 2 jobs, the medical and the counseling (the latter has been slow, which is probably just as well, under the circumstances).

The medical job is quite demanding mentally and energetically, is physically painful and aggravates my illness. It can be very challenging but, as I stated above, this whole situation has been at the same time extremely liberating! I can feel the karma and attachment just burning off and it is a really great opportunity to "be present" and stay centered, conscious that I am not the doer and allowing the activity to flow through me. The other night I was in the middle of typing a long report and the doctor paused for a little while, saying, "um, er... [shuffles papers]..." and in that moment I just enjoyed absolute Silence, instant meditation, which happens whenever my mind is not actively doing anything else. you know that feeling? Like, Here we are.

Meanwhile, my young residential therapy client arrived on the 12th and she is great! Her mom was one of my best yoga students, before they moved to another city. She was raised agnostic (not atheist - so she has no prejudices either way) and she's been asking me stuff like, "I want to know about God. Like, is it possible to actually experience the presence of God??" Oh yes, my dear, you've come to the right place! She's a little bit into drugs, although not excessively, and I told her God is WAY better than drugs. She said, "Well, I can see the intense happiness you have, and I want that!" She is excited to learn yoga and meditation. I loaned her my Illuminations from the Bhagavad Gita book with all the pretty pictures and she is eating it up. I also gave her a Sacred Heart of Jesus candle which she has set on her desk. oh, Fun!

We had a discussion about how she just wants to be "free." I told her I felt exactly the same way when I was her age - wanted to be an adult so I could get a job and be "independent" and not have to listen to my parents. Well, guess what: now at age 50 I can tell you, there is no "freedom" in this world. It only gets worse when you grow up and get a job. BUT, the good news is, although Freedom doesn't really exist out there, you absolutely CAN have it in here, in your own consciousness - and Yoga is the way!

We haven't done a whole lot of yoga yet because of my work schedule and also she's been sleeping a lot, resting and recuperating from trauma, plus I don't want to push her at all. But she's definitely interested. It's been a great blessing having her here and being able to share with her. I'm really thankful how everything is working out.

Edited by - Radharani on Oct 25 2013 11:30:37 PM
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Jan 01 2014 :  6:49:58 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
And now in 2014 I am essentially back at square one, where I was in 2009 when the medical transcription work had become fickle and the pay had dropped to a third of what it was 20 years ago. Thus, I decided to open the yoga studio, believing that it would be a good way to make a living - which it probably would have, had our location been more optimal. After numerous and varied attempts at businesses to which I totally gave my best shot, and all of which fell through, here I am putting my energy into the transcription again and taking on more hours.

I am even going back to doing oncology (which I despise! ). And that's ok. It's a great exercise in balancing compassion and dispassion, holding the patient in my heart while at the same time not allowing myself to get sucked into the negative feelings around mainstream oncology. I'm pretty sure it's not what I am here on earth to do, and it really doesn't pay enough, but I've completely run out of other options, and I surrender to what is. Meanwhile I continue with the counseling agency and hope that job may eventually become fruitful. I also intend to pursue the medical coding certification which allegedly is in big demand.

So I'm actually living here in this gorgeous, perfect yoga studio (out in the boondocks) but have zero time to teach yoga anymore, even if there were students, which as it happens, there aren't any, which I suppose is just as well under the circumstances.

Ultimately it's all just "grist for the mill" as Ram Dass says.

As long as we have yoga, living in the incredible Love and Bliss of God, it really doesn't make any difference what else happens, right?
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Feb 11 2014 :  01:24:06 AM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Latest update: In October I had quit the psychic job in order to devote more time to the medical transcription, and the online counseling service based in India. But as it turns out, the low-paying medical work has not been steady enough even with the addition of more hours in the oncology department. And the counseling position, which in theory would pay very well, simply hasn't had enough clients. On the plus side, from a spiritual standpoint it's nice to see that I can do the oncology and not let it bring me down; it's a good exercise. But, it doesn't pay the bills.

So, as of tonight I went back to my psychic job part-time, and I am humbled and overwhelmed with gratitude! I had assumed my clients would have forgotten me, and that I would have to start at the bottom of the list and work my way up all over again. Instead, to my surprise, the company had put me back on the first page, where I was when I left, and I had non-stop calls tonight. My clients were actually waiting in queue to speak to me! I love them and I've missed them. They welcomed me back with open arms and said, "where were you?! thank goodness you're back!" wow. I was really not expecting this.

My concern, of course, when I made the decision to quit the psychic job, was that I would not be able to handle 3 jobs, given my health. But what choice do I have? None of the 3 pays enough to be full-time (a common situation in America these days). I do think, however, if I can manage to keep up with this schedule, between the medical transcription and the psychic and the counseling, I may actually be able to make ends meet! As far as the medical coding certification, unfortunately I have not been able to attend to my studies at all, but remain cautiously optimistic that I will be able to do so in the near future. and if not, "oh well" - I mean, we can only do what we can do, right?

Happily, I had 2 yoga students here over the weekend, my former residential therapy client and her boyfriend, and it went really well and I think they "get it" in a deep way. It was great to be teaching again.

Meanwhile my husband and I have been working on our organic vegetable garden and enjoying our tantric practice on the weekends. We don't have time during the week due to our conflicting work schedules, so we just do our solitary yoga/meditation Mon-Fri and then we cherish Sat-Sun together. We feel incredibly blessed.
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Mar 18 2014 :  01:31:15 AM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
I haven't had much time to spend on the AYP forum due to work-related stuff, including some exciting new developments, and I've had kind of a breakthrough, in part thanks to input from my friends, including some here at AYP.

As mentioned above, the medical transcription job, despite my best efforts and taking on 3 departments and as many hours as possible, was not enough to be full-time, especially at the current low pay rate. I was bemoaning to my friends the fact that this job, which in the 1990s paid about $35/hour fresh out of school, now paid just a little above minimum wage (on a good day). Some of my friends responded, "oh, I know, it's terrible how wages have fallen, how are people supposed to make a decent living anymore?!" But a few others replied essentially, "Quit your whining, your labor is worth whatever the Market says it's worth!" I objected, "Well then the Market is wrong! We're not talking about a 'do you want fries with that?' job, where if you mix up the order, someone will be pissed. If the medical record is inaccurate, somebody could die! Part of our job is to catch the doctors' mistakes. Surely such a job is worth more than minimum wage?!" One of my friends pointed out, "But there are so many people in the field now, the schools have been turning them out like crazy, there are advertisements for it everywhere." - which turned out to be a VERY useful comment, because when I investigated the medical coding certification for which I was studying, I learned that the same situation is happening there! I had begun the course at my father's suggestion based on a promotional article (form a coding school!) claiming that you could easily make $40,000. I already had the medical training and it would be a "respectable job." But, when I subsequently went on some discussion boards among coders, I learned that the pay is much lower, IF you can even find a job, which apparently is tough. And a few of the coders said, "There's no $$ in coding anymore, I'm going to go into transcription instead." ?! So I decided to cut my losses there. whew.

Anyway, one of my other friends turned the discussion around and asked, "How much do people pay to talk to you on the psychic line?" I replied, "$5.50 per minute (of which I only make around 40 cents)." She said, "That's over $300 per hour! So, THAT is your real 'Market worth.' You've just been focusing on the wrong job! Surely there is a way around the middleman where you could promote your psychic business and make a very good living."

She was right, of course. And apparently, social conditioning goes deeper than I had realized! As I read over the first entry in this thread, I have to admit that I was still holding onto society's standards, my dad's standards, of a "normal" and "respectable" job. I still had not fully allowed myself to think of "psychic" as a Real Job. But when my friend pointed out that $300/hour IS a "Real Job" according to The Market, I couldn't argue with that. I began looking into higher-paying venues and got a contract with a psychic company that waives their fees (so you get 100% commission) if you bring clients to them. I subsequently added a page to my website with the link to that company, and obtained advertising. That was last week. Tomorrow will be my first day of advertising. I feel really good about this.

Meanwhile, I was contacted by a local magazine that wants to feature my yoga studio and asked me to write an editorial for them! I haven't really been promoting the yoga anymore as a "business" because there's no money in it where I live; I only do it because it's my vocation, but I have to take time off of my other jobs in order to do so. It was nearly impossible to schedule for students with the medical job, but now that I am focusing on the psychic line/s I will have more freedom to schedule classes if and when any more students do show up.

Many thanks to all my friends whose encouragement has helped me in this process!
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Yonatan

Israel
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Posted - Apr 16 2014 :  12:43:38 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Wow, Radharani!!

What turnarounds you experience on your journey! This last post seems very positive and I really hope that you'll be able to do what you love and do something that you feel good with and that also pays.

Much Love and hope you have a good outcome with the psychic business. Please continue updating
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Apr 16 2014 :  03:52:13 AM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
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Originally posted by Yonatan

Wow, Radharani!!

What turnarounds you experience on your journey! This last post seems very positive and I really hope that you'll be able to do what you love and do something that you feel good with and that also pays.

Much Love and hope you have a good outcome with the psychic business. Please continue updating



Thanks so much, Yonatan!

Today I had my first call on the higher-paying psychic line, went very well, she gave me a 5-star rating and booked another appointment. This client found me through a simple Google search.

Interestingly, I've gotten ZERO return on my advertising investments, so decided to drop the paid ads for a while...

The psychic work still does not pay enough to make a living, BUT I really feel GOOD about it and enjoy it so much! (in stark contrast to the medical work). I love my clients and it really doesn't seem like "work."

thx again for your encouragement!
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Yonatan

Israel
849 Posts

Posted - Apr 18 2014 :  12:33:51 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
That's really great Radharani, continued growing success

Love
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Jul 25 2014 :  9:52:23 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Well, here is my latest update:

The higher-paying psychic line, where I was #1 on their list (!) went belly-up about a month after I signed on. Meanwhile, the other famous-but-low-paying line, where I am on page one, apparently was either sold or farmed-out to another company, and the calls have been getting sparse since then. I've had a few clients on my private line but not nearly enough to make a living, and all of my advertising attempts have failed to generate any business. The online counseling service in India that I work for, which had seemed very promising, has also been extremely slow; I've only had a few calls in the last 6 months.

As a result, I made the difficult decision to return to medical work - IF I can find anything. I won't be able to do transcription because my typing skill has deteriorated and they only pay about minimum wage at best these days. I applied for a number of medical editing and writing jobs over the last few days and have not received so much as an acknowledgement that they got my resume'. I have been looking into medical records review jobs, only to discover that 90% of them are now in India (along with many of the transcription jobs since around the year 2000). The 10% that remain here in the U.S. require you to be a nurse (which makes NO sense, for reasons I can explain if anybody is interested).

In desperation, I even looked at jobs here locally although given my health it's really not a feasible option. I was not able to find anything that I would be qualified to do that paid more than minimum wage.

So, now I am getting ready to put my house on the market again. I had tried selling it a couple of years ago; it was on the market for over a year, without a single offer. At the time I had tenants with a vicious dog, the house was full of fleas and they had painted the walls a horrible dark brown color, making the house extremely unattractive. I have since repainted and it looks gorgeous, although the landscaping is a complete mess so there is lots of work to be done...

If I manage to sell the house I will be able to get out of debt and do the necessary repairs on the aging trailer so I can live there. I don't mind living in a trailer. I will keep the "dining room" and back half of the "living room" open for my yoga studio. I am only teaching private lessons these days, and that area has more than enough space for me and one or two students to do asana.

If I can't sell the house... well, I don't even want to think about that because I have no other options. Everything is totally in God's hands. From the material standpoint, my life is an abject failure. Although it is a depressing situation, at the same time it is liberating in a strange way. I am not this ego. I am not this body. I "own" nothing because everything belongs to God. If He wants to take it all away, that is up to Him. My yoga practice is very sweet. I wouldn't trade my inner spiritual life for all the wealth and success in the world.
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Dogboy

USA
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Posted - Jul 26 2014 :  09:14:24 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Blessings to you Radharani! It is like samyama in your every day life! I pray the buyers come in droves, drawn by your sheer spiritual presence!

My home was on the market three years (2008-2011) by three different realtors with over 80 years of experience and without a single offer. I was planning to buy my mother's home so she could downsize and I was holding her up. I gave myself the summer to sell it myself or back out. By giving my best effort and putting the outcome in God's hands, the perfect buyers materialized two months later.

Here's to wishing you the same fate!
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Anima

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Posted - Jul 26 2014 :  5:40:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Radharani
Although it is a depressing situation, at the same time it is liberating in a strange way.


Dear Radharani,

Thank you so much for sharing this difficult situation. You are not a failure at all. I don't know the outcome of divine grace and human frailty (and we all have that), but this must be a gift. Personally, I can relate, as I am facing some potentially serious health issues, poor work performance, and strained friendships. Also, I seem to have a severe lack of perspective on many things.

My only suggestion is to keep moving forward with love in your heart.

Please let me share an annotation that I just read. I've had the book for over a year (a gift from my old professor, who translated it), but it alone just fell off the bookshelf today, face up. I read the comment just before finding your post. The book is called, Simone Weil's The Illiad or the Poem of Force: A Critical Edition. Weil was a French philosopher who wrote during WWII. In 1938, she had a mystical experience, of which she later wrote:

quote:
From Simone Weil's The Illiad or the Poem of Force: A Critical Edition
In this sudden possession of me by Christ, neither my senses nor my imagination had any part; I only felt in the midst of my suffering the presence of love, like that which one can read on the smile of a beloved face.... I had never foreseen the possibility of... a real contact, person to person, here below, between a human being and God. (p. 12)


All love to you, and prayers coming your way

Edited by - Anima on Jul 26 2014 6:33:04 PM
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Jul 30 2014 :  10:16:40 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Dogboy

Blessings to you Radharani! It is like samyama in your every day life! I pray the buyers come in droves, drawn by your sheer spiritual presence!

My home was on the market three years (2008-2011) by three different realtors with over 80 years of experience and without a single offer. I was planning to buy my mother's home so she could downsize and I was holding her up. I gave myself the summer to sell it myself or back out. By giving my best effort and putting the outcome in God's hands, the perfect buyers materialized two months later.

Here's to wishing you the same fate!



wow, Dogboy, that is certainly encouraging! thx.
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Jul 30 2014 :  10:20:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Anima Deorum

quote:
Originally posted by Radharani
Although it is a depressing situation, at the same time it is liberating in a strange way.


Dear Radharani,

Thank you so much for sharing this difficult situation. You are not a failure at all. I don't know the outcome of divine grace and human frailty (and we all have that), but this must be a gift. Personally, I can relate, as I am facing some potentially serious health issues, poor work performance, and strained friendships. Also, I seem to have a severe lack of perspective on many things.

My only suggestion is to keep moving forward with love in your heart.

Please let me share an annotation that I just read. I've had the book for over a year (a gift from my old professor, who translated it), but it alone just fell off the bookshelf today, face up. I read the comment just before finding your post. The book is called, Simone Weil's The Illiad or the Poem of Force: A Critical Edition. Weil was a French philosopher who wrote during WWII. In 1938, she had a mystical experience, of which she later wrote:

quote:
From Simone Weil's The Illiad or the Poem of Force: A Critical Edition
In this sudden possession of me by Christ, neither my senses nor my imagination had any part; I only felt in the midst of my suffering the presence of love, like that which one can read on the smile of a beloved face.... I had never foreseen the possibility of... a real contact, person to person, here below, between a human being and God. (p. 12)


All love to you, and prayers coming your way



Dear Anima,
thx! I said my life is a failure from the material standpoint. There can be no denying that. But I'd far rather have it this way, than the reverse. That quote from Simone Weil is really sweet!

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Chaz

USA
129 Posts

Posted - Aug 01 2014 :  10:59:59 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Dear Radharani,

Thank you so much for sharing your story, there has been a very meaningful message in it for me. The way you've taken these difficulties in stride with such devotion and surrender to God first and foremost is really amazing, a lesson really. Your spiritual wealth outshines a pile of gold any day.

Wishing you the best. May you prosper and be relieved of your material burdens.
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Sep 13 2014 :  12:00:29 AM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Chaz

Dear Radharani,

Thank you so much for sharing your story, there has been a very meaningful message in it for me. The way you've taken these difficulties in stride with such devotion and surrender to God first and foremost is really amazing, a lesson really. Your spiritual wealth outshines a pile of gold any day.

Wishing you the best. May you prosper and be relieved of your material burdens.



Dear Chaz, Anima and other friends,

THANK YOU for your kind words of encouragement! I want to share the latest update:

After posting my resume' on a medical jobs site in search of an editor or records position, I was aggressively pursued by one of the top medical transcription companies in America. They are a great company and only hire the elite among transcribers, so I was quite flattered by their attention and agreed to go through their stringent application process. They offered me a position but on careful reflection, I turned it down, simply because my typing skill has deteriorated to the point that I would not be able to keep up with the job and/or make enough $$ doing it. But I was honored that they offered! No other medical jobs that would be doable and/or pay enough have manifested, and that's fine because frankly I don't like mainstream medicine anymore and I'm actually kind of relieved...

Meanwhile, the psychic work has picked up quite a bit, AND I have been offered a contract with one of the biggest, best, most famous companies in existence! I had applied with them in the past but was told at that time, "we don't have any openings." I contacted them again a month or two ago and they put me through a very prolonged, intense application process, and have now invited me to be part of their team starting in about a month! So I plan to keep my other psychic job part-time and do this one part-time, as well as my occasional private clients.

The hours are flexible and the job is really ideal for my situation, working from home. I enjoy my "psychic" work very much and love my clients! The money could be better but it is improving, and I am extremely grateful to have a job that I love. Today, for example, I had a client who was spiritually seeking and wanted to know God, and I told her God loves her and encouraged her to meditate, and she was thrilled.

I had applied to Vocational Rehab in the hope that they might be able to train me to do something more lucrative at home (like maybe IT?), but after interviewing me, they said actually they feel that the psychic job is perfect for my situation and encouraged me to stick with it! They said since I am already successfully working (albeit not making enough $$) there was really nothing more they could offer, as the purpose of Voc Rehab is to help a person get ANY kind of job.

I'm still drowning in debt. Decided not to sell the house after learning that it has lost nearly half of its value since it was built in 2008. Instead, my husband and I have renovated the trailer (subsequent to throwing out my rebellious step-son) and we are offering it for rent. The ad just went on Craig's list yesterday, and we are looking forward to the universe sending the right tenant/s our way.`

I continue to teach private yoga students from time to time. I am only taking the serious students who want the deeper aspects of yoga.

Through it all, there persists the infinite Love of God and the Bliss that is independent of external circumstances. On the rare occasions that I get out in public, like to the grocery store and hardware stores during the recent renovation process, I'm just blown away by the Love pouring through me. I feel so much Love for every person I meet, and I know they can feel it, and it's delightful interacting with people. Everybody is my dear friend, and I enjoy conversing with total strangers at the store about wine or produce or whatever. Feeling really blessed!
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Dogboy

USA
1653 Posts

Posted - Sep 13 2014 :  08:58:14 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
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Through it all, there persists the infinite Love of God and the Bliss that is independent of external circumstances. On the rare occasions that I get out in public, like to the grocery store and hardware stores during the recent renovation process, I'm just blown away by the Love pouring through me. I feel so much Love for every person I meet, and I know they can feel it, and it's delightful interacting with people. Everybody is my dear friend, and I enjoy conversing with total strangers at the store about wine or produce or whatever. Feeling really blessed!


My father, rest in peace, was always at ease chatting up and engaging strangers. As a youngster (way back when) this was a source of embarrassment and frustration for me, which only encouraged him I believe! Now in my fifties and a father, and well along 'my path', I have become my father! Interacting with humanity provides a huge boost for my being and always keeps him close in my heart.

Edited by - Dogboy on Sep 13 2014 09:14:51 AM
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Radharani

USA
843 Posts

Posted - Sep 13 2014 :  6:23:41 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Dogboy

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Through it all, there persists the infinite Love of God and the Bliss that is independent of external circumstances. On the rare occasions that I get out in public, like to the grocery store and hardware stores during the recent renovation process, I'm just blown away by the Love pouring through me. I feel so much Love for every person I meet, and I know they can feel it, and it's delightful interacting with people. Everybody is my dear friend, and I enjoy conversing with total strangers at the store about wine or produce or whatever. Feeling really blessed!


My father, rest in peace, was always at ease chatting up and engaging strangers. As a youngster (way back when) this was a source of embarrassment and frustration for me, which only encouraged him I believe! Now in my fifties and a father, and well along 'my path', I have become my father! Interacting with humanity provides a huge boost for my being and always keeps him close in my heart.



My mother, RIP, was the same way! and yes, as a child I found it embarrassing.
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Anima

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Posted - Sep 14 2014 :  10:55:51 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi Radharani,

It's really good to hear you are doing well, staying busy, and enjoying your time and practices.

PS: My dad was the biggest "BSer" with people. His digressions are the stuff of legend
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Radharani

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Posted - Sep 15 2014 :  8:12:50 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
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Originally posted by Anima Deorum

Hi Radharani,

It's really good to hear you are doing well, staying busy, and enjoying your time and practices.

PS: My dad was the biggest "BSer" with people. His digressions are the stuff of legend



thanks! hey, great news (you probably already heard it on FB, but for those who didn't): We have rented the trailer to a very nice family! They offered to pay me in cash, $100 more than asked per month, to make sure that they would get it. So this will be a HUGE help to us financially, in addition to my new gig with the Very Famous Psychic Company. Looks like our prayers are answered. thx, everyone, for all your encouragement!
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Anima

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Posted - Sep 17 2014 :  10:31:44 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
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Chaz

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Posted - Oct 01 2014 :  5:50:11 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi Radharani,

God is good. I'm very happy things are going well for you and the financial situation has improved. It's awesome to hear that you got a gig with such a reputable psychic company, you're certainly cut out for the work. It's really a great way to help people, maybe nonconventional but still a great service nonetheless. I have no doubt you'll be a trusted go to for many.

Much love!
Chaz
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Radharani

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Posted - Oct 31 2014 :  10:14:48 PM  Show Profile  Visit Radharani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
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Originally posted by Chaz

Hi Radharani,

God is good. I'm very happy things are going well for you and the financial situation has improved. It's awesome to hear that you got a gig with such a reputable psychic company, you're certainly cut out for the work. It's really a great way to help people, maybe nonconventional but still a great service nonetheless. I have no doubt you'll be a trusted go to for many.

Much love!
Chaz



Thanks so much for your kind words, Chaz! I really appreciate your encouragement. See below, as the saga continues. Lots of Love,
Radharani
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