The Freight Train Bearing Down
Eclectic Spirituality
by ellenbesso
5d ago
My so far brief exposure to the Sahajna Yoga Meditation has benefited me. Although too much too fast initially, it allowed me to release much dense energy from my body, particularly the lung/diaphragm area, where we store our sadness. The insights and releasing have allowed me to shift. My Net of Light work is deepening as I commit to cast the net and call on the beautiful Grandmothers more. A part of the Divine, their presence is constant. Like all spirit guides, angels, ancestors, etc. their comfort is stronger when we call on them. After this morning’s teachings with Sharon and group leader ..read more
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Bird in the Hand
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by ellenbesso
1M ago
I have been physically separated from my soulmate for close to four years. From the time Don “died” I knew that the more I was able to let go of him and our earthly life together, the deeper our connection would be on a spiritual level. This profound realization has been a challenge beyond words for me. With Don not being forthcoming, typical of many men, I once likened him to the Runaway Bunny in the children’s book by Margaret Wise Brown, telling him, “You’re my bunny, I’m not going to give up on you”. And I didn’t…ever. When he received his first scary diagnosis, the Alzheimers one, one of ..read more
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Tibetan Nuns Project
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by ellenbesso
2M ago
“A real hero walks the Path to its end. Then shows others the way.” Words of one of the first Buddhist women over 2,000 years ago. The Tibetan Nuns Project, with an office in Seattle and India, supports 900 nuns and seven nunneries, keeping Tibet’s religion and culture alive. Traditionally a male bastion, with the help of the Tibetan Nuns Project, 60 nuns have become Geshemas, (teachers) over the last 10 years. Nuns in exile are now becoming teachers and leaders now, when their community and the world needs them. You will notice on their website there are many ways to support the nuns and thei ..read more
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75th Birthday Signpost
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by ellenbesso
2M ago
“The old version of Ellen is finished and the new version is seeing the future” said the beautiful healing goddess Maureen during a remote session with me one year ago. Thus began a new part of my journey to single life. During my coaching training with Martha Beck many years ago we learned that the unconscious works through symbollism. Being witnessed by friends and family as I celebrated my 75th Birthday felt quite important to me, and once I remembered this unconscious relationship, I knew that the party would be a significant symbol of shifting into my new life as an older woman flying sol ..read more
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Maiden Voyage
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by ellenbesso
2M ago
Rebound: “To recover from setback “…” To improve”…To spring back as if on collision” The last definition is most fitting for me. When you lose your soulmate you are in an ongoing collision. Your collision with death has caused a collapse of life as you know it…your entire existence is in question. In September of 2022, shortly after the second anniversary of Don’s departure, I achieved sudden clarity about selling our longtime family home. My intention was so clear and strong that a friend sensed it as she passed by the house on the back lane. Thus a new leg of my journey to rebuilding my life ..read more
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Test 4
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by ellenbesso
3M ago
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Test 2
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by ellenbesso
3M ago
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Holidays Past & Present
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by ellenbesso
7M ago
This fourth Christmas has hit me harder, for multiple reasons. Healing energies are slowly overtaking the dark ones I am told by my friend who is psychic, and from recent astrological information. Things seem to be turning on a dime for many of us. Recently my changes have been rapid. It’s difficult for me to stand outside myself and see how far I have come since Don left us three plus years ago. Now, with my readiness to initiate many things, the gap between my current life and the life I lived with Don is widening.  While positive, this is also sad for me. The messages I have recei ..read more
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Tears are Healing
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by ellenbesso
9M ago
“Grief is good. “It deepens you and makes you one with the earth”. The Grandmothers Speak, A Call to Power. For many years my intention has been to empty myself of what is no longer needed. This intention and the energy work and self examination that went with it has helped me develop. However I seldom cried as I was not permitted to. “Don’t cry or I’ll give you something to cry about” my harsh father taught me at a young age. So I didn’t. That changed when my soulmate Don transitioned to spirit three years ago. After Don left I was in shock for many months, too numb even to cry. Then the prof ..read more
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My Soulmate Died – Excerpt from WIP
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by ellenbesso
9M ago
PROLOGUE In late 2018 signs began to appear that all was not as it should be. Don began to have short fainting spells, usually after craning his neck or bending up and down. These dissipated after our family doctor told him to drink water first thing in the morning to stabilize his blood pressure, something I had always emphasized after overnight dehydration, not aware of the blood pressure link. Don had spoken of short term memory issues for some time, however he was able to engage with people in his usual upbeat way. On an unconscious level I knew something was wrong, that something was “com ..read more
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