Monday, December 27, 2010


"Your Today~My Yesterday

My Today~Your Tomorrow,"  Master He, Weiqi

"All is Possible With The Mind,  Paul Lam, M.D.

"Healing Is A Process, Not An Event,"  Master Tomasi

"Your Today" what does this mean?  A young child looks up to a parent or teacher and emulates them.  Kind words encourage the youngster to achieve.  The Cheetah mom teaches her cubs to hunt on their own taking time over the course or two years or more.  The Tai Chi student looks forward to learning to practice a complex Tai Chi form without aid of the teacher.  The student may even be promoted to teacher.  The teacher says, "My today, Your tomorrow."

"All is Possible with the Mind."  A friend questioned, "All?" 

"Healing is a Process Not an Event."  I received a phone call, "Well I'm an event person!  When I read these words in the Silver Butterfly book...I stopped in my tracks and pondered this."

"The road to healing and recovery is an ongoing process.  It is not static but moving forward,"  Louise Watson, R.N.
Reprinted from Silver Butterfly, Create A Vision by Dahlis Roy   *SCS/NLP interactive blog, learn more about the intuitive process, Joel P. Bowman, Ph.D. 
*SCS (Subtle Communication Systems)  NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming)  "Healing is a Process Not an Event" Debra Basham's Wellness Tip Dec 20, 2010.  "Heart Centered" week three of series about intention posted Dec 27, 2010.
Sept 13, 2010, post see video clip of Tai Chi Master Paul Lam, M.D.  Paul Lam, M.D. is a family practice physician from Sydney, Australia.  He creates DVD Tai Chi for Health Programs along with medical experts and Tai Chi masters.  Books, Music, Forum, Articles, Newsletter  Master Wing Cheung teaches 18 Form Taiji Qigong.  He learned from the creators of the Form, Master He, Weiqi and Master Lin, Hou Seng.  Free DVD download for home practice.  Master Don Tomasi, Stevensville, MI  E-mail to receive free PDF E-book Silver Butterfly, Create A Vision or inquire about fine art digital giclee prints of tiger pictured above. for biography and paintings

Tiger:  Silent Hunter, painting by Dahlis Roy