Come Walk With Me
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Take a Break
Breath and Just Be… Just for a moment, all else in your life will be there when you return.
I know, yes, I do know, that it is so much going on, but for that I believe it is important we take time to withdraw and recharge ourselves.
Be my company and take a break from your Battles, I know they are there, I have also mine but will not talk about those in these Reflections.
Even though the Trees, plants and birds have heard my cries, wailings, witnessed the illusionary breakdowns masked in hopelessness. To be faced, accepted, learned from, grow from and Move On.
The Walk in the Nature is my way, just one way to wind up and Let Go of build-up stuff and tensions.
To Connect with the Nature with the Earth.
We are here to heal the Planet, together.
Nothing else matters…
In these Walks I Let Go any distractions of the Mind. Seemingly unresolved problems, situations which seem to be improbable, if not impossible, suddenly seem easier to solve. Even experiences of Miracles, have seen many of them, wouldn’t call them as such anymore.
I wish to share with you these Simple Moments of Reflections over the Path of Life, as authentic as possible, in connection to Nature.
I get recharged by Nature and want to share with you that feeling and hope the Walk recharges you too.
So join me into these Simple Shared Moments in Human life, to take a Breathing Brake. I call it to Breathe The Breath Of Life.
Breath of God Source.
St. John’s wort
Hypericum perforatum; Klamathweed
St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) has a history of use as a medicine dating back to ancient Greece, where it was used for a range of illnesses, including various nervous disorders. St. John’s wort also has antibacterial, antioxidant, and antiviral properties. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it has been applied to the skin to help heal wounds and burns. St. John’s wort is one of the most commonly purchased herbal products in the United States.
In recent years, St. John’s wort has been studied extensively as a treatment for depression. Most studies show that St. John’s wort may help treat mild-to-moderate depression, and has fewer side effects than most other prescription antidepressants. But it interacts with a number of medications, so it should be taken only under the guidance of a health care provider.
DO NOT use herbs to treat severe depression — where you have trouble functioning day to day, or have thoughts of harming yourself or others. Always see a doctor if your depression is making it hard for you to function (See “Precautions” section).