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  • My husband sees more of the night sky than I do because he goes outside to smoke.

    It is funny that he sees more of nature than I do because of his cigarette habit.

    He called me outside last night to see a formation of flying geese. I grabbed my camera rushed into the front garden and was thrilled to get a photo of them.

    Here in Ireland it will most probably be too cloudy to see the Blue Moon, but if I
    do see it I will breath out with the longest Ohmmmmmmm I can manage.

    Jacques is very good at imitating a howling wolf but he would definitely scare our
    neighbours if he lets rip at the moon.

    The neighbours obviously already think we are odd, but they forgive Jacques his eccentricities as he is such a good gardener.

    I will be thinking of you Hawkeye Pete.

    According to Marjorie de Muynck
    'Ohm is an ancient and sacred tone that is universally recognized,
    scientifi cally based, and spiritually upheld. Its roots are in a natural
    cycle, based on the elliptical orbit of the Earth as it travels around
    the sun through four seasons, which explains why I consider ohm to
    be our musical center of gravity. Our body in its natural intelligence
    can assimilate ohm and all its overtones and utilize these healing'
    properties on a vibratory level. Experiencing the ohm tone can:
    • Restore balance and clear stagnant energy in a room
    • Strengthen the body’s immune system
    • Stimulate the body’s healing process
    • Relax tight and sore aching muscles
    • Promote the flow of energy in and around your body.'
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