Connect with nature..”silence the mind”
&the soul will know what to do
to heal itself…
The soul always knows what to do
to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind.
~ ` ~ Caroline myss
Healing doesn’t mean the damage never
It means the damage no longer controls
~ ` ~ Akshay Dubey
Healing yourself is connected
~ ` ~ Yoko Ono
Anything covered up
It has been said “time heals “all wounds.
I do not agree.The wounds remain.
In time , the mind , protecting the sanity , covers
them with scar tissue & the pain lessens.
but it is never gone.
~ ` ~ Rose Kennedy
As soon as healing takes place.
go out & heal somebody else.
~ ` ~ Maya Angelou
Mourning is love with
no place to go…
We do not heal the past by dwelling
there; we heal the past by living fully
in the present.
~ ` ~ Marianne Williamson
some days the memories still
knock the wind out of
Not all scars show
not all wounds heal
sometimes you can’t
always see the pain’
someone else feels…
Your own healing is a powerful
contribution to the healing of
When you can tell your story &
it doesn’t make you cry, you
know you have healed…
They say time heals all wounds , but
that presumes the source of the
grief is finite.
~ ` ~ Cassandra Clare
Sometimes your heart needs
more time to accept what
your mind already knows…
” excitement , swiftness, odour, love, passion,
complete florescence of the body, wrath , prowess ,
and fearlessness are declared
to the eight excellences of musth ”
tuskless male elephants….
During musth the temporal gland
of the male swells and secretes a fluid….
During this period the males seek out and mate with cows.
Musth is sometimes described as
” an instinctive desire in the male elephants to fight and even kill, before mating ”
They are generally
big fellows with powerful trunks….
A big makhna is generally feared
by the members of any herd….
They seem to make up in size
of body & trunk for the lack of tusks &
are generally enormously powerful elephants….
It has been recorded that in the case
of a fight between a good sized tusker & a makhna…
the makhna snapped off one of the tusks of its
opponent with its trunk…
many males in musth also have a continual discharge or
dribble of urine , with damp patches on their hind legs…..