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Personal words from my journals, available to you.
Hello there! Interested in improving your Aura?
Well lately I have been reading “A Little Bit of Auras” by Cassandra Eason. & her small book is filled with a variety of detailed information, despite the fact that it’s simply an introduction into Energy Fields. I thought I’d share part of Cassandra’s unique ways to improve your Aura!
Knowing Your Seven Chakras are important for your overall personal well being. Read a brief intro about the wheels of spinning energy within you!
Read (down below) some changes you can make to your everyday life to live a better/happier
“2Fish is a collection of intimate poems (and a few short stories) written by Chilombo from adolescence to adulthood, in no particular order. This book offers her thoughts in their most raw & honest form taken directly from a collection of notebooks she has kept since age 12.”
On Wednesday, January seventeenth I had the opportunity to visit the Museum Of Death in Los Angeles, California. I had no idea what that museum had in store…
Entering my twenties last year helped me realize that time stops for no one and life goes on no matter what. Being 20 years old is the beginning of true adulthood & it just goes uphill from there!
What is a Journal? A journal is a blank canvas waiting to be filled with words, pictures or anything else that comes from within. Think of your journal as a place you can vomit your words without any filters or judgment. This is YOUR journal, its basically anything you want it to be! You are freeContinue reading “Why start a Journal?”
Conversation with Meleane Fleming consist of personal, silly, random, and life questions.
I hope this inspires you to change the way you see the world around you for the better. To stop being afraid of the bad that we are sadly surrounded by at times and just hope for better thing to come your way. In such an unpredictable world we are live in, it can be hard to find it within yourself and maybe for others it may not be so hard to most importantly remain hopeful with a positive perspective.