Posts Tagged "spiritual healer"

Adventure Parable #04: Sex, Politics, Afghanistan, Triumph

Posted by on Jun 29, 2011 in Career & Money, Culture, Leadership, Learning, Life Purpose, Life Stages, Lifestyle, Passion, Passionate Living, Personal Development, Relationships, Spirituality, Success, Women | Comments Off

  What is your reaction when an injustice occurs? Do you react, submit or strategize an effective action? *** Unwashed for weeks, the woman is physically strong and lustful. She steps into the shower at Green Hotel in Peshawar with her Afghani warrior. Layers of red dirt stream down their bodies. Mouthfuls of water splash into their kisses. The force and pulsation of unbounded energy melds them into ONE. A knock at the door, the hotel manager enraged throws the Moujahadeen out of the hotel. “Not allowed,” he yells. Stunned the journalist argues but to no avail. She packs her things and leaves with her handsome lover. A day passes and she discovers that her...

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Adventure Parable #03: Bliss, Accomplishment, Afghanistan, Service

Posted by on Jun 24, 2011 in Goal Setting, Life Purpose, Lifestyle, Passionate Living, Personal Development, Spirituality, Success | Comments Off

When was the last time you experienced the high of success? When did you take an adventure that opened new possibilities? Do you believe you can make a difference in the world?   The journalist is excited about the possibility of broadcasting her story of the war in Afghanistan. She feels full of significance and anticipation to share the message that peace is possible. Commander Massoud negotiated a cease fire with the Soviets in the Panjshir Valley. It must be possible for the Afghani people to finally stop the war. She believes showing the truth and the way can change the world. This is 1983 long before Commander Massoud was killed the day before 911. His...

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ADVENTURE PARABLE #02: Passion, Intuition, Afghanistan, Life Saving

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 in Life Purpose, Lifestyle, Passionate Living, Spirituality | Comments Off

    Have you felt like you HAD to do something and only later discovered the real meaning behind that desire? Have you ever wondered if you didn’t take action what would have happened?     The 21 year old journalist is ready to come home after filming the war in Afghanistan. She passionately wants to celebrate Christmas with her family. The Moujahadeen are stopping and praying every couple of hours. The journey is taking forever. Something snaps in her brain and she becomes determined to speed up the process. With enormous adrenaline she grabs the large Afghani men and shoves them into the trucks. They are so surprised by her behavior they comply....

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Adventure Parable #01: Anxiety, Variety, Afghanistan, Grace

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 in Anxiety, Health, Life Purpose, Lifestyle, Personal Development, Spirituality, Strategic Intervention, Wellness | Comments Off

What do you do when you have that gnawing feeling in the pit of your stomach? Do you “try” to push it away, ignore it, analyze it, eat, exercise, complain—or do something that brings a feeling of certainty? What if this anxiety, worry, dissatisfaction is a signal for the best way to find joy, wellbeing and deep purpose in your life? **** In Afghanistan in the early eighties there is a young woman carrying old film equipment, a wind-up 16 mm Bolex camera, traveling on her own with the tall strong Moujahadeen fighters. They are setting up an ambush on a road against the Soviet army who invaded their country. She is in an abandoned shed and starts to film...

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