Most doctors and psychologist focus on the ‘depression’ aspect of uncontrollable weight gain, but the connection with extreme sensitivity to other people’s emotions is often overlooked.
In the “spiritual community” there’s a permeating false idea floating around that to be spiritual means to look like a supermodel. Maybe it’s the frenzy with social media spirituality (who’s the most popular and 100% raw?!), but it seems our societal obsession with perfection has lead us to believe that if we don’t look a certain way, we’re just not spiritual enough (as if women need one more thing to feel guilty about).
Some of the most tuned-in, loving, wise, altruistic people I know carry a few extra pounds. Many of my clients who have extreme empathic/psychic abilities almost universally struggle with weight gain and/or health issues. This is due to the way their body translates the energy of others…
Sorry for the sudden drop off of the planet. Unfortunately my illness had taken hold of me for for a while and didn’t allow either of us to prepare a statement we would be taking an unexpected hiatus from our website and blog. But as I seem to be improving a bit, it looks like I will begin posting again. On behalf of L&L Photography and L&L Images, we hope those of you who followed us in the past will once again begin to follow us. We have so many new and exciting images to share with you. Our posts will likely be once to twice weekly for a while, but we will keep you informed. Wow the blog has changed a bit, it will take me some time to get reacquainted with the new format.
While this vantage has been photographed endlessly, we never seem to tire from its many variations. This photo boldly captured the gradations in the topography, with color and light and was processed using HDR and Photoshop. Nicely crafted image.
Found on BlackBird Style, this charming treehouse was built on a $400 budget behind the owner’s apartment building. She found doors in the trash and got floorboards, paints, and other essentials at Build It Green, a nonprofit organization in Queens, NY that sells inexpensive reclaimed items. How wonderful would it be to have this retreat in your own backyard? Read the full article here. pb