Posts Tagged ‘death’

BeSimply…The Dance Continue {CycleLife}

BeSimply...The Dance Continue {CycleLife}
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Today, is in auspicious day for me…
As a young child, I was very aware of the cycle of life. I was cognisant of my relationship to birth and death. At the age of 5, I had a transcendental moment when I said to myself, “I am here again.” (I shared this story in the book I wrote, Bare Naked Bliss). In that moment, I came into awareness within my physical body as it was related to my soul’s journey. I sensed deeply that I had been here and apart of this world, prior to this life. Shortly after this moment, I had a deep awareness and yearning to know the day I was going to die. Not years prior but actually the day of or a few days before. This was inspired after watching a film about Sitting Bull (at the age of 7 or 8) and his contemplation of death prior to entering a battle. His ability to listen every morning at sunrise and approach the battle and death with stillness inspired me. These were deep thoughts for a young child and quite natural for an eternal being who wanted to sharpen her awareness and practices within the present moment (in or out of body).

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BeSimply…Birth&Death {LoveSelf}

BeSimply...Birth&Death {LoveSelf}
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.’She’ will discuss “death + birth”. Discover how to make peace with death and birth…the cycle of life. She will share how to reduce fear, anxiety and practice for death. She will share the importance of retaining a clear mind and heart when involved in your or anyone’s death/birth.

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BeSimply…Windows to Our Soul

BeSimply...Windows to Our Soul
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Want to align, create and actualize your vision?…Moving through a Transition ? Want to reconnect with the Alchemy of Food for BIG and ‘Lil Kids? Connect with Suzanne one-on-one…visit SuzanneToro.com Connect… BeSimply Broadcasts BareNakedBliss on Amazon Facebook BareNakedExperience Twitter Etsy BeSimplyCafePress Bare Naked Bliss e-book Want to reconnect with your environment and the alchemy of food? Embrace […]

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Loving someone enough to say “Good-Bye!”

Loving someone enough to say "Good-Bye!"
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During the beginning of my pregnancy, Jimmy started to lose his eyesight. He lost weight and moved in and out of the hospital. I tried to breathe words of hope into his heart. Simultaneously, I was pulling away from him. I was afraid of not being able to survive without him. I meditated and prayed […]

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