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Don’t Offer the Good Biscuits

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Don’t Offer the Good BiscuitsDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on June 10, 2019 with 0 comment

Don’t Offer the Good Biscuits; Abridged version of the spoken end-of-the-program-blog of June 11 2019 for Dutchbuzz; the radio broadcast for Internationals on The Hague FM, every Tuesday from 9-10 when in season. a 3 minute listen to. In the world around me I see a lot of angry people. Angry at their governments for …

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The Donna Eden Energy Routine.

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The Donna Eden Energy Routine.Exercises, News

by Ingrid Schippers on July 7, 2018 with Comments Off

The human body is the vehicle or mindfulness, empathy and willpower. When we are less comfortable with our bodies; these energies are less comfortable with us. Today’s Body Language of Energy blog;’ highlights the 5 minute daily Energy Routine, designed by Energy Medicine pioneer Donna Eden; who shares the principles of this knowledge already  for …

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On Beached Whales and other post Christmas thoughts

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On Beached Whales and other post Christmas thoughtsDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on January 16, 2018 with 0 comment

A friend of mine who celebrated Christmas in England worded it exactly right. In the text message she sent me around midnight of Christmas day she wrote: “I’m like an enormous beached whale. Finally alone on top of my bed with a scalding hot cup of tea” Then she continued by sending me pictures of …

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Forgotten Wisdom

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Forgotten WisdomDutchbuzz blogs, Inspiration, Nan Yar Who Am I personal development cards, News, Personal thoughts

by Ingrid Schippers on November 28, 2017 with 0 comment

Do you have that sometimes when you find an old diary and read something you totally forgot about and yet what you wrote tells you that in a way you understood more of life and what goes on in it than you do now? ‘Forgotten Wisdom” so to speak. Things you used to abide by …

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The Devil’s Trumpcard

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The Devil’s TrumpcardDutchbuzz blogs, Nan Yar Who Am I personal development cards, News

by Ingrid Schippers on January 24, 2017 with 0 comment

Some of the 78 cards  in the  traditional way of Tarot reading  have a pretty bad reputation. One of them is card number 13, which in fact as one of the only cards does not carry a title, but with the image of a skeleton leaves very little to our imagination.In our western world’s matter-oriented ways …

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I suffered not because I lived in 2016,

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I suffered not because I lived in 2016,News

by Ingrid Schippers on December 13, 2016 with 0 comment

There is this famous saying of I believe of Buddhist origin, which says:  “You suffer not because you live in the world but because the world lives in you, I believe it means as much as that we are more inspired and directed by what happens in the world around us, than by what lives …

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The Art of Tapping Into Good Frequency

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The Art of Tapping Into Good FrequencyDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on October 14, 2016 with 0 comment

In physics class in high school I learned that everything we can touch or see is made of matter; and that everything that is made of matter is compiled of molecules; and that molecules keep whatever it is they represent together by moving around really fast. I also learned that the more dense something is, …

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What You Think is what You Get

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What You Think is what You GetDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on October 7, 2016 with 0 comment

Would you agree on the following: To make something happen in life it is necessary to give it attention and intention. The way something is given attention and intention determines the outcome. When I give negative intention to something, chances are the outcome will be negative When I give positive intention to something, chances are …

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The Catch of Complaining

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The Catch of ComplainingDutchbuzz blogs, News

by Ingrid Schippers on March 8, 2016 with Comments Off

While it  can seem nice, to mutter and moan openly about things one doesn’t like, there’s a catch to living in a free country and being able to say what you think. That catch being that merely complaining about something, without doing anything constructive about it, makes you a conspirator in what you are complaining …

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