I remember watching shows like Gunsmoke and Little House on the Prairie, with endearing characters who were part of a community. These shows are coming back in rerun probably because the familiarity of the characters makes us all feel connected, like we know them and they know us. The “virtual world” is an isolating, sort of sterile place. The drive up bank near me is closing, encouraging people to use their phones and computers to do their banking. I don’t know about you,
It’s Spring and the Earth is awakening under our feet as it responds to the warming rays of the Sun. In the human world paying attention to someone has the same effect on a person that the Sun’s rays have on the Earth. There is nothing more welcoming than someone who really listens. Active listening is an art. It involves not thinking of the next thing you’re going to say, planning tonight’s meal, or judging the person talking for having spinach in their teeth. In short,
It seems that the more we network, the further apart we seem to get…or is that just me? If you’ve studied “energy, chakras, auras and the vibrational field of influence” you might join me in wondering if the communications network through social media truly projects the same energy as the old interpersonal interface. I can tell you that there is something very different about holding a book in your hands, reading the handwritten letter/card from a friend or assignment from a
Rosanne posts her teachings and observations in this part of Essential Spirit. Enjoy her wisdom and learn from her years of study and practice.