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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

August 29th, 2010 14 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote



Old age invariably meets with  childhood.  To reach old age with a happy and satisfied child inside,  one that is in its pure state as at birth,  is important to close the circle of life.

~Carolina Marin~

Carolina was inspired to write this quote because of a saying her Grandmother back in Spain says: “Once old a hundred times a child” I love this quote. It shows a crucial point about life. The thing is it is completely feasible if you give birth to your Inner Child in adulthood. So you can choose if you are going to be a spiritually childlike benevolent old folk or a grumpy unbearable one. It is up to you, what is it going to be, huh?

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 27th, 2010 21 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

There is a saying in Spanish that is so beautifully tied to the Inner Child presence in the adult. It goes like this.

“Every adult is not more nor less than a dysfunctional child”

Carrying the dysfunction into adulthood, makes our behaviors  childish and competitive. A dysfunctional child doesn’t understand cooperation and unity.

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Open Message to the 33 Men trapped in the San Jose Mine in Copiapo, Chile.

August 26th, 2010 47 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

Chileans once more show the temple of the Condor and the bravery of the Araucan Indians in this sad story. I am proud to be Chilean. In spite of the fact that it was so long ago I left  Santiago, the city that staged my  birth surrounded by  its beloved majestic Andes  Mountains, and where I lived the first 17 years of my life.

We don’t know how  much longer Luis Urzua and his coworkers will have to stay half a mile into the ground before rescue crews are able to dig a rescue tunnel.

One thing I know,  and it is that if I was in each one of those miners’  shoes, down there in the dark, I would like people in the outside thinking out of the box.  I  also just trust Einstein too much. Photon Energy  and its vibration seems a powerful  tool to experiment with in this circumstance. Seems something they can access in that difficult and dark time . Quantum physics and quantum mechanics is a science ready to be applied.

That said, it’s about oxygenating the body, because after all, we are electromagnetic beings and we can access photon energy to recharge our batteries. We just have to be trained how to do it.

We think it would be a good thing if the miners  would be trained by phone or message to do prana breathing exercises using photon energy to oxygenate their bodies.  It seems like a good idea, especially in that environment.  Any Photon Energy expert please help us spread the message, voicing the need if you agree.

Here is a deeper explanation about how you access the photon energy with prana exercises.
Here is the  prana breathing exercises to oxygenate the body instructions.

Here is a video explaining how photon energy works.

Ican help translating any documents if it is necessary.

Here is the original story about the Miners in Chile.



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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 26th, 2010 1 Comment » Filed under Inner Child Quote

A child’s spirit is like a child, you can never catch it by running after it; you must stand still, and, for love, it will soon itself come back.

~Arthur Miller~

It is the light of empathy surrounding the love that will make it come back, attracted like by a lace magnet.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 21st, 2010 10 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

If you cannot work with love but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work.

~Kahlil Gibran~

This seems to me the message that millennials are giving us. You see? They are right on the “money” If you cannot work with love you leave your work, and seriously find what you love and make a living of it. Your contribution is needed. The way to find that flame, your passion, it is imperative to connect with your Inner Child he/she will whisper in your ear exactly what you need to know~Turning your unsatisfied Inner Child into a satisfied source of knowledge and creativity.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 21st, 2010 8 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

If you aren’t playing well, the game isn’t as much fun. When that happens I tell myself just to go out and play as I did when I was a kid.

~Thomas J. Watson~

There you go, one of the many business men who completely understands that there is nothing like a business partnership with your Inner Child :)

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Inspirational quote of the day.

August 18th, 2010 6 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

Life must be lived as play.


As in bringing back your Inner Child…as if it was the play of your own unique story being you the main character, ready for opening night after rehearsal. The moment of acknowledging your mission, your purpose, your passion.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 17th, 2010 4 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.

~Buddha ~

That is why your child within helps, because she/he brings her/his dreams into the present. Possessing it with a capacity to disconnect from what happened yesterday even if it was painful. I always admired that versatility and sense of wonder in children. They are our best model.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

August 17th, 2010 3 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

A man’s work is nothing but this slow trek to rediscover, through the detours of art, those two or three great and simple images in whose presence his heart first opened.

~Albert Camus ~

Yes, the simple images, coming out of your heart, at that moment before you lost the innocence. When your Inner Child was manifesting through the detours of art, the language of the soul.

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Divinity and Physical Love

August 17th, 2010 12 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement


This is a beautiful piece written by an anonymous source. Enjoy!

I once found and fell in love with my soul mate. We made love and broke all defenses, he took my heart and also my soul. It was the most ecstatic experience of my life. When we touched souls, we saw the divine in one another. This is a frightening experience. It was painful to separate and we were almost always separated.

I believe this happens between people a lot. This feeling of having found ones other half. It is such a strong and profound feeling, but vulnerable, to fear and circumstance. Often we hear of the obstacles to being with one’s beloved. There are so many stories, so many heartbreaks. When togetherness is not possible, the pain of separation is unbearable. Yet it happens all the time.

Women I have known who have lost their love will retreat from life, become hardened to their hearts, substitute someone they don’t really feel happy with and hate him for not being her one. As I’m not a man, I can only guess, that men also suffer very much. The true tragedy is that the face of the soul mate and the desire for the god you held in your arms never fades, you carry it to your end.

Thirty years later…When I allow myself to think of my soul mate, I still feel the pain as if we were separated yesterday. I also feel deep remorse for his pain. I honestly have hoped for years that he didn’t feel the same as I do, that he escaped the pain I’ve felt. I’ve told myself; he probably doesn’t think of you anymore, he has a mate that brings him happiness and fulfillment. There is a part of my heart that can’t believe this, because that would mean I imagined we were both experiencing the divine. Unbearable.

Men need women and chase them, I think they have very little choice in this. Women hope and wait for someone to love them. Sex is not predictable, one can be altered permanently. You can never know how deeply another can affect you, usually until it’s too late. I was married and already had a child when I was lucky enough to find my soul mate. I am always grateful for the gift he gave, himself.

The fear that separated us was mine; I didn’t want to hurt other people. I sent him away. I was in so much pain for 5 years that I hurt my husband anyway. Eventually I could put him out of my thoughts, for the most part. I raised 2 children and kept my family together. How could I not; if I had failed at this I would not have been able to forgive myself for my cowardice. However, I must take responsibility for keeping my husband from the possibility, that he might have found the woman for him. How selfish it seems to me now.

I write this not as a confession, but as a plea. Casual sex hardens hearts and leaves all of us inhabiting a loveless world. I’ve seen so many mangled hearts, so many lonely people scanning the world for the one they seek. I believe that the connection of souls is necessary for us all. Sex in the divine is a joy not just for the two people who see the god and goddess in one another, but a solace for the whole world. The world needs us to be connected and to create more and more and more love from these unions.

When with someone who is not right for you, please be kind and honest. Be supportive of those couples struggling to find a way to be together. Find the courage to fight for your happiness, life is short. Be mindful of your self when making love, be tender with your partner, for your body is a temple and your work is love.

Thank you for reading everyone.

I love you, I miss you. S.

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