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“The most beautiful moments of life are waiting to happen to you.
The most perfect health is longing for you to experience it.
The most enlightening words are wanting to be read by you.
The most wonderful future is beckoning you towards it.
The most beautiful dreams are calling you to live them.”
– Dr Jeff Mullan –

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Live quietly in the moment and see the beauty before you.
The future will take care of itself.

~ Yogananda ~

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“Gather your fondest memories from yesterday and take them with you into tomorrow.
Remember the best of who you have been and anticipate the best of who you are yet to become.
Many signs and synchronicities along the way beckon you towards a special future that is waiting for you.”
– Dr Jeff Mullan –

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Always focus upon, "What could go right?"   Pessimism does not protect you from problems -- it attracts problems and causes stagnation.
Always focus upon, “What could go right?” Pessimism does not protect you from problems — it attracts problems and causes stagnation.
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Dutch translation:"Voel dankbaarheid voor al het goede in het verleden dat je op dit punt in je leven bracht en waardering voor alles wat zich ontvouwt in jouw werkelijkheid in het heden en vier feest voor de prachtige dingen die je tegemoet komen in je toekomst." – Dr @[1013634033:2048:Jeff Mullan]English translation:“Feel gratitude for all the good in the past that brought you to this point in your life; and appreciation for whatever is unfolding in your reality in the present; and celebration for the wonderful things that are making their way towards you in your future.” – Dr Jeff Mullan
Jeff Mullan
“Feel gratitude for all the good in the past that brought you to this point in your life; and appreciation for whatever is unfolding in your reality in the present; and celebration for the wonderful things that are making their way towards you in your future.”
 Jeff Mullan

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WE ARE THE PEOPLE…”By Takatoka
(Photo coutesy Jon littlewolf Robertson-native american graphics)
“We are the People…” is the first poem we had ever written. It was given by Spirit on the Mountain of Manataka. It tells of our past, our present and future. The poem ends with a prophesy – for all that was will be again.
We are the People of the Longhouse

We are Spirits Dancing
Upon our Mother Earth.
Her heart the Drum is beating.
We are Her Children.
We are the Warriors.
We follow the Sacred Path.We are the People of the Longhouse.
The Four Winds know us.
Trees, birds and animals teach us.
Sun and Moon share visions with us.
The Stone people and waters are we.
They all instruct our path to see.We are the People of the Longhouse,
Keepers of the Sacred Manataka
The Great Gathering Place,
Place of Peace for all who make pilgrimage
To celebrate the Secrets of Grace.We are the People of the Longhouse.
We are Arapaho, Caddo, Pueblo, Navaho,
Seminole Winnebago, and Eskimo.
We are Apache, Hopi, Cree, Pawnee, Santee, Lumbee,
Shawnee, Zuni, Miami, and Cherokee.
We are Ojibwa, Oneida, Seneca, Chippewa, Omaha,
Ottawa, Iowa and Kiowa.
We are Quapaw, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Witchita,
Kaw, and Catabaw.
We are Dakota, Lakota, and Kituwah.
We are Creek, Blackfeet, Comanche, Abenaki, Yuchi,
Lenape, Shoshone and Potawatomi.
We are Ute, Paiute, Aleuts, Inuit; Illinois and Iroquois.
We are Brule, Hunkpapa and Yankton Sioux;
Bannock, Wyandot, Mohawk, Sac and Fox, and Kickapoo.
Cheyenne, Osage, and Yamasee.

We are them and they are we.

In the Valley of Manataka,
600 nations join hands in the Circle.
The Spirit of Peace floats on air.
Black, yellow and white man joins the miracle.
Red man shows the way there.

Rainbow Woman lives at Manataka.
Sister to White Buffalo Calf Woman,
She sleeps in the deep of Mother Earth.
Yet, she is the sign in the sky to show the way,
Her colors are bright; to remind us of Grace as we pray.

We are the People of the Longhouse;
The sacred fire of seven woods lifts our prayers on smoke.
The Great Creator hears us.
And, the Sacred Mountain awoke.

Shaking and trembling from the sleep.
The mountain rumbles, big houses crumble
Pushing hot waters from the deep
People are in fear and some run like the deer
But we, the People of the Longhouse,
are humble and kneel to hear.

Great Creator speaks for Mother Earth.
“I want Manataka back”
The turn of the medicine wheel has come.
The hot springs flow with one great crack,
Sacred waters flow and we sing with the drum.

Great clouds of vapors emerge once more.
Colorful rainbows leap from the mists.
We walk the white cloud across the valley floor.
There is only peace; and no shaking fists —
The spirit of Manataka has arisen once more.

The Valley has changed yet it is the same.
There are no buildings to mar its face.
Metal noise replaced with amazing grace.
The Place of Peace – Manataka is its name.
We forgive those who took Manataka away;
and hid the waters for many days.

We come again for the healing breath of Nowasalon,
They come for the healing herbs and healing red clay;
We join hands and sing to the drum until dawn;
They come for the healing crystal and to pray.

To give much thanks to the Creator above,
We the People of the Longhouse ask blessing.
He gives us beauty, everlasting peace, and love.
So be it, we gather again to dance and sing.

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Buddhist Wisdom

If you have lived through a tragedy, you should be aware that worry and anxiety are just an unnecessary addition to your suffering. Try to talk about your problem, release it and do not keep it secret on account of modesty or shame. Tell yourself that the problem is now over and there is no point in taking it with you into the future. Try to turn your mind to the most positive aspects of your life.

~Dalai Lama~

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