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    Post  MargueriteBee on Wed Oct 13, 2010 12:49 pm

    I'm looking forward to reading your book. I'm starting one, apparently I agreed to write one before I came to earth. kinda fun actually.
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    I feel like I've changed timelines again.

    Post  MargueriteBee on Sun Oct 17, 2010 2:19 am

    Last weekend I visited my dear ole dad and planned on doing the same today but instead we were making his memorial service and cremation arraignments.

    I stood there and looked at his 83 year old body and could see that there was no one there. I reached out and touched his left hand and it was cold. The same hand I held in mine last week when it was warm and held mine back. We had looked into each other's eyes and a world of unspoken understanding was found. Inwardly I told him that it was okay to let go, "We are all grown up and happy. There is no need to suffer".

    When I am asked what 'thing' of my father's do I want I will say, "My father already gave the most wonderful gift, the gift of life and no 'thing' can compete with that".
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    Post  mudra on Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:13 pm



    I could see your daddy 's last hour arriving .
    He is free at last , unfolding his wings and rising
    in the morning's glory.
    You are forever in each other's Heart.
    Blessed be his journey.
    Peace for both of you.

    Much Love for You MargueriteBee

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    Post  MargueriteBee on Sun Oct 17, 2010 8:49 pm

    Thank you Mudra, yes I am happy to say he died a happy man without much attachment.
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    Post  giovonni on Fri Oct 22, 2010 4:21 pm

    MargueriteBee wrote:Thank you Mudra, yes I am happy to say he died a happy man without much attachment.

    My condolences MB, i am glad though~ you made it down there in time.

    Hang in there for the winter~ i do look forward to seeing you next year!

    Much love to you always~ Gio Hugs
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    Post  MargueriteBee on Sat Oct 23, 2010 6:50 pm

    Thank you Gio. sunny Right now I am in Elko, Nevada on my way back to California but I may not leave until Monday due to a storm. Once I get some stuff done I am heading up to Yelm. I will be at Trout Lake on the 5,6 & 7th.
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    Post  MargueriteBee on Wed Oct 27, 2010 7:30 pm

    I made it to California and tomorrow I leave for Washington state.

    The adventure continues......
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    Post  Carol on Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:35 pm

    Ahh, MargueriteBee, I'm sorry for your loss. My father died at age 83 as well on 7/7/07. I too was fortunate to be with him for several days before he passed and was grateful for those last hours together. Ironic, mudra as one of the songs he wanted at his funeral was On the Wings of a Snow White Dove.




    “Wings Of A Dove”

    When troubles surround us, when evils come
    The body grows weak
    The spirit grows numb
    When these things beset us, God doesn't forget us
    He sends us His love

    On the wings of a snow-white dove
    He sends His pure sweet love
    A sign from above
    On the wings of a dove

    When Jesus went down through the river that day
    Well, he was baptised in the usual way
    And when it was done
    God blessed His son
    He sent him His love
    On the wings of a dove

    On the wings of a snow-white dove
    He sends His pure sweet love
    A sign from above
    On the wings of a dove

    On the wings of a snow-white dove
    He sends His pure sweet love
    A sign from above
    On the wings of a dove




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    Post  MargueriteBee on Wed Oct 27, 2010 11:38 pm

    Thank you Carol, what a beautiful song! I'm sure he loves it too! Harp
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    Post  MargueriteBee on Sun Oct 31, 2010 8:00 pm

    I am in Yelm, WA now getting settled in. I didn't do all that wanted to but I did see all my family members and that was good. Thank you all for sharing this adventure. If I feel the need I will start a new thread.


    Love to you all, Marguerite

    PS: I did keep my dad's fly swatter and back scratcher.
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    Post  giovonni on Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:21 pm

    This is wonderful news MB!!! Thubs Up

    Ah~yes the call of the RAM

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    Post  MargueriteBee on Tue Nov 02, 2010 4:32 pm

    Hey Gio! See I told you it wasn't goodbye. I will be in Trout Lake this weekend, if you are there I will take you out for your birthday dinner.
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    Post  MargueriteBee on Sun Mar 13, 2011 12:40 am

    I've decided my next adventure will going to Brazil to see John of God sometime this summer.
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    Post  Carol on Sun Mar 13, 2011 1:04 am

    What a wonderful goal MargueriteBee. What I've read about him sounds very interesting and I had a yen to learn more about him. I'm glad you have such a treat for an adventure to look forward to.


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    Post  mudra on Sun Mar 13, 2011 9:53 am

    MargueriteBee wrote:I've decided my next adventure will going to Brazil to see John of God sometime this summer.

    Lovely Cheerful
    Looking forward to hear what you are gone share with us about that particular adventure.
    Wish you could take all people who are having health problems here with you
    on a bus so that I can see everyone healed when you return Wink

    Love from me
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    Post  MargueriteBee on Sun Mar 13, 2011 1:25 pm

    I can take pics of people and leave there and they would be prayed over for a whole year and you may be required to take the herbs, costs about 30 to 50 dollars.

    Www.johnofgod.com

    He doesn't charge for anything except the herbs, but it costs to get there and hotels.
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    Post  CetaceousOne on Sun Mar 13, 2011 11:29 pm

    I've decided my next adventure will going to Brazil to see John of God sometime this summer.

    Interesting. I know a couple of people who run a resort that he works out of.
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    Post  MargueriteBee on Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:26 am

    Interesting Cetaceousone, tell me more.
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    Post  devakas on Mon Mar 14, 2011 1:24 am

    This is wonderful that you can do it, Marguerite. Great time to escape for a while...
    My friend was there 5 years ago. I remember something what she told.
    The simple man farmer had a dream that he has a mission in his life. In the dream he had to visit local priest and tell about his mission.
    The soul of local famous doctor, who died long time ago told John in a dream
    that he wants to help people to heal them. Actually not only one this doctor, but more healers - spirits would like to help people.
    In a dream they explained that they would use his body to "walk in". The local priest encouraged and helped John to start the sessions.
    John is local farmer, but a few times a week he comes for the healing sessions. He gets in a trance, his voice changes, his walk and behaviour and manners changes.
    He heals people one at the time, standing in a line. He uses sometimes hands, sometimes "kitchen" knives to operate. All are very quick procedures.
    At the end of the session while still in a trance, he sits and all rest can come for a minute or two to him and in a contact with person, John automatically
    writes prescription of herbs, even not looking at the paper. After trance he is very tired and helpers takes care of him. After trance he does not remember anything and is very simple "man and loves woman". :)
    He can not explain how he heals.
    Many people were healed, many left devices or optical glasses in a pile. Some healed stayed in this healing center to help.
    Before the sessions, people adviced to sit in a room and pray for couple days, before they can stay in a line or be in the main room where sessions happens.
    Also I remember my friend telling that at the end of the room there are a few white beds where some may rest for a while. It is told that while John is in a trance and
    healing a person, many sitting in a room feel the healing occur to them "remotely" as a few "healers-spirits" work at the same time.

    Also I remember that the time is different overthere. The atmosphere is so relaxing and people all stay longer than they planned.
    If somebody planned to go for 2 weeks they stay for 2 months and etc. Life there has different time.
    My friend actually visited also another great healer close to John's place, I dont remember name.

    Hope you will not stay there for toooo long. :) I wish you great journey, Marguerite and keep updating us while in Brazil. Enjoy brazilian music...

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    Post  CetaceousOne on Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:13 pm

    MargueriteBee wrote:Interesting Cetaceousone, tell me more.

    It is a couple that I know through a mutual friend.

    They told me they are running a resort in Brazil that JOG lives in or
    works out of.

    I can ask my friend to find out more if you like.

    Send me a PM please as I am not always able to follow my
    posts on here(either some parts of the forum software suck, or
    I just don't know how to use them).
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    Hello from Marguerite

    Post  MargueriteBee on Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:02 am

    Hi everyone!
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    Post  mudra on Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:23 am

    Hello Marguerite,

    Welcome back Big Grin 3 
    Looking forward to hear more of your adventures.

    Much Love from me
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    Post  MargueriteBee on Mon Aug 19, 2013 7:31 pm

    Greetings Mudra. Life is moving right along. Next stop Neil Kramer Workshop at Eceti next month. I am still living in Washington. Never went to see John of God, not necessary.
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    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon Aug 19, 2013 10:42 pm

    apparently he came to toronto
    this past summer and did sessions for people
    ~ someone i know, a native elder, went for a session
    will have to ask him, what he thought about it

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