A “Bog”for all those not a true vulgarian like me or Brit-ish Is slang in Britain for a Loo, Lavatory, or Toilet if we start getting all French on ourselves. Just in case it gets lost in translation. Lol
As I can’t for the life of me, imagine such a delightful term has managed to cross contents as easily as these words are able to do right now with all of you.
So anyway, I went to a little seminar the last weekend as I am a strong believer that if you aren’t learning and growing you are dying just ever so slightly.
And to my surprise, that in the strangest places you see the oddest faces.
Look at these loos, and who’s looking back at you’s.
Some of my favourite all time heroes and heart throbs, even if at the time I pinned them up on my wall they were already old men at the time. It must have been more about their cheekyness and charisma I guess.
Foŕ me it is Cary Grant and Gregory Peck.
Who are your favourites?
And who do we think is missing?
and ooooo who do you think is in the mens Loo’s?
TFFT ; )
I was just writing a post for today about how life is suffering, yet still gratitude should always be the order of the day, Every day. When I saw yet another fabulous piece by Cristian Mihai.
I love all his work, his style and fascinating content. Also I can’t tell you how much I have learned from him, nor how much I wish I could write as beautifully as he does. He is a real write, clear, concise, captivating storytelling, even of the otherwise every day.
I enjoy and learn from them all, but here is just a little taster for your delectation. If you are a new or serious blogger and need some help or mentor on blogging, then look no further.
Check out the Art of Blogging here https://artofblogging.net/ for everything blogging, multiple courses on blogging and even a book too.
Also his own personal blog Cristian Mihai https://cristianmihai.net/ for everything from motivational and philosophical musings to success, personal development and health, which are all equally brilliant.
Judging by how karma seems to work this would certainly be an interesting job, if a little dark at times. You would definitely never know what to expect.
I have just finished this brilliant book. I knew nothing about this man before this book, but I am so glad that I found him. This for me is the perfect book to explain the spiritual scientifically as a kind of link between the two.
For all those who don’t know what I mean by the vibration of all things, this will clear it all up and a load more. So brilliantly explained that anyone would be hard pushed not to understand it all. There are even also some fabulous diagrams to help, which a very helpful and informative. I learnt so much.
Weirdly, but not unsurprisingly, that it is all the things the more sensitive amongst us always felt in their gut. Though we often had insufficient information to explain the how, what or why of it all. We just felt it. Right?
This Kind of explains it all. From the intuitive feelings or vibes that you get around certain people or situations that make you joyous or even uneasy. This book shows how many of those formerly intangible, undefinable things make sense.
We we’re all right By the way ! We can really feel it and it does genuinely make a difference to us. Some more than others. Just because we can’t see it, doesn’t mean it doesn’t count. We don’t feel gravity nor the spinning of the world unless you zoom out and look a things on a vast scale. This is no different. Only by looking at things at that scale does it start to make sense and the picture becomes clearer.
This book does both the micro and the macro view, so both are considered, which I think is key in understanding the forces they can create.
I absolutely love it when when he starts describing all this on a quantum level too. When I start to think about how we are all made up of exactly the same matter as the rest of the universe. With concepts that are almost too big to comprehend with our human brains, It blows my mind and I LOVE that.
We are all made up of atoms and all atoms are the atoms they always were. They just are, aren’t they. But more mind blowing than that. Is that in reality that we are mostly made up of the space between all those atoms. More space than matter… to paraphrase this book.
If we Imagine the proton or electron in any atom, which is the tiny centre. Usually depicted as the dote in the centre of the atom. the atom is 60,000 k in size then the centre proton would be the equivalent of trying to find an orange in those 60,000k
See what I mean… mind blown.
So the idea of some energy being carried or held in that space between all things, is completely understandable and feasible even, isn’t it?
If splitting an atom can create such vast energy and such havoc. How could there not be an energy to all things. We really have no idea how much of a key role all this has nor what a built up of this energy has on us and I find it all absolutely fascinating.
This is what makes us truly supernatural. Some of the real magic in this incredible world.