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Orgonite charging plate keeps cut flowers so much longer

by on Dec.18, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

Hubby got me a couple of bunches of flowers a couple of weeks ago and this morning I was cleaning the house, saw the wilted ones and decided to take them out.  Once I got into the kitchen and saw the other bunch I had a bit of a whoa moment… since the second bunch had been sitting on an orgonite charging plate and still looked perfect… They have been there for at least two weeks…  so I decided to take some photos for comparison since the wonders of what orgonite does never fails to blow me away…

Here is the bunch that was in another room without a charging plate:

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School of orgonite fish

by on Sep.17, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

Did a little pour yesterday and decided to take some photos this morning.  Here is my school of fish… out of water…

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More orgonite shots

by on Aug.17, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

I was talking to a friend the other day who said “I wish there was some kind of cup of orgonite where I could put my SP without having to cast it… and I reminded her that they already exist… cause I made some a few years back.  I did a special casting for her with three different ones.  One is copper only, one is aluminum only and one is made with mixed metals.

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Shearing my sheep

by on Jun.03, 2014, under Nature, Slideshow blog

Brought my two Shetland sheep over to a friends farm to shear them now that the summer is getting hot… and it was quite the experience – me never having done it before and not knowing what to expect.  The sheep are only about a year old and had never had it done before either so it was quite the surprise for them as well 🙂

Here is Fred stuck into the stand not knowing what was coming next… but he was very good about it.

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Lucky me have friends who believe in teaching people how to do things themselves rather than just doing it for them… so she got me started… and I got to cutting…

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It’s a little scary cause the shears are extremely sharp and you don’t want to nick the skin…

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It amazing how it all comes off in one big piece…

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Her herd of alpacas found it just fascinating… possibly hoping they would be next… maybe not… hard to know what an alpaca may be pondering…

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Poor Fred had no clue what had just happened and where his wool went… but I bet it felt pretty good…

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Once we put him back in the pen the sheep started butting for dominance – it was as if they didn’t know each other and amusing to watch.  Once we got home I had to reintroduce them to the dogs cause the dogs acted as if I had brought brand new animals home – very strange but interesting.

Now I have learned how to wash and process the wool as well but that is for another post.

Lena

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Lena’s herb garden

by on May.31, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

Just finished getting my garden box for herbs ready and decided to make a special piece for it.  Have had this mold for a while but not used it and thought it would be just perfect… I cast the frog in clear resin and then painted the body with green Pearl-ex to make it blend better.  Looks pretty happy to me 🙂

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Early morning turkey visitor

by on May.28, 2014, under Nature, Slideshow blog

This morning I looked out the window and saw this turkey that I had seen yesterday – she seemed lonely and was hanging out close to the yard, seemingly pretending to be part of my flock of chickens and pigeons… chattering away in turkey speak.  Our dogs who are bred to guard didn’t seem to mind her one bit since she’s not a predator.  Took some photos and thought I’d share.

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The chickens make her feel part of the family…

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As do the pigeons…

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And the guard dog does not care cause he just dug a fresh hole for himself…

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Lena

 

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Wild harvesting stinging nettles

by on May.14, 2014, under Nature, Slideshow blog

I just had this most amazing nature experience and so thought I would write about it.  I have been up by the creek harvesting ramps for the past few weeks and  last week realized that I would have to start wearing long pants and shoes after getting stung by nettles and having to accept that my ramp season was coming to an end… sniff… cause that was so much fun for me – I could spend hours out there in the middle of nowhere with nobody but my dogs and it was utter bliss.

Then I started looking into the benefits of harvesting and eating stinging nettles… and got a good chuckle out of it cause we buy both chlorella and spirulina to get good greens… and nutritionally nettles kinda beat them both – especially when you can get local ones…

My first nettle harvesting expedition I wore long pants, boots and gloves… using scissors… being very careful… only picking the ones that were small, no higher than up to my knees… but upon getting stung a couple of times I decided that instead of seeing it as a bad thing I would give a little “thank you” every time instead cause those stings do have the ability strengthen your immune system.  The second time I went out I for some reason felt like singing and came up with these little silly songs – thanking the nettles for sharing themselves with me…

Today I went out harvesting some for someone else and sang all the way – it was as if nature asked me to use my voice and the songs I came up with got sillier and sillier – mainly asking for the ones who wanted to help heal people to let me know and expressing gratitude for the abundance all around me…

Then I got a little idea – I decided to let them sting me a couple of times so I took off my gloves and rubbed my arm into a whole bunch… no sting…  I tried again and there was no sting…  I took my gloves off and started picking them without wearing any and there was no stinging…  I was amazed beyond belief!!!

I gathered a whole paper bags full and decided to go home and tell hubby cause this was just blowing me away…  I came home and he (who sees auras) said “My God – what are those flames coming off your hands – they look like they are on fire… like flames just radiating…” and I laughed… telling him that nettles somehow suddenly had decided not to bother me.  He had a hard time believing it so he said “maybe they are something other than nettles?” so I asked him to check them out – rubbing a branch on his arm… and with an instant “ouch” he said that they were definitely the right thing… waiting for the welts to develop…  I then took a few leaves and stuffed them into my mouth… chewing on them and had no problem at all – except that hubby did not feel like kissing me for quite a while after that 😉

I now have a theory that if you go with your gut and do something that would not be ordinary (like me singing…) and just go with the feeling and instead of having a “dammit” attitude with nature she will work with you… that by expressing gratitude for all the goodness shared you get something special in return… which I really feel I did…

Here is a picture of the bag I came home with:

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and they are now in the dehydrator at a low temperature for the night:

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I asked for special healing for those who will get the tincture made from this…

Lena

 

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Ramps

by on Apr.10, 2014, under Nature, Slideshow blog

There is this delicacy in the woods here that they call ramps… little onions that have a very strong taste and can be found by creeks and streams. I just googled it and they are also called spring onions…

Last year we went into the woods with some friends and picked them – though strong they were lovely… so I decided to go out by myself to see if I could find any for us to have for dinner tonight.

Went way up into the woods and started looking… until I with a chuckle realized that I had no idea what I was looking for… only having picked them once and not being smart enough to even look it up before I headed out… I really had no idea what they looked like…

I dug up a few things but none of them seemed like anything I would want to eat. So…

I put out a silent call that any ramps that were ready to be picked identify themselves to me since I was actually unprepared to go there with the information that I obviously needed – like a photo…

Then I started smelling something… and looked down right by my feet to this little very green thing that was just calling out… and I started digging (with my hands – here they do it with sticks). It was a ramp… and then found another and then another… but only taking a couple from each patch…

This is what we are adding to our dinner tonight – gotta love spending time in well gifted places… I honestly believe that is the way it’s supposed to be… when we are out connecting…

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Lena

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Sometimes…

by on Jan.19, 2014, under Nature, Orgone, Slideshow blog

When pouring…

I feel… watched…

and then I turn around…

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They hide in the strangest places in the shop… silently… sneakily…

Lena

 

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Ice Flowers

by on Jan.18, 2014, under Nature, Slideshow blog

Due to the cold weather the ice formations are stunning – so many shapes of nature all represented in ice…

Here are some pictures I have taken on our walks:

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Enjoy 🙂

Lena

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