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Loeffler randall sandals
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Minaudiere purse
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18 karat gold earrings
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Article on Reiki

Here is a an Article that explains Reiki and the benefits of it.
The world known Dr. Oz talked out it on his show and how his wife is a Reiki Master.

Reiki benefits all, babies, children, teens, adults and older adults.
The energy that moves through our body sometimes hits some blocks, but with Reiki those blocks can be moved and you will reach a greater wellbeing.

Here is the link http://iarp.org/dr-oz-and-the-healing-power-of-reiki/

I am currently open to give Reiki Sessions on the Los Angeles area.
Please feel free to contact me and set up an appointment.
I am running a special offer since I have moved my practice from San Diego to now Los Angeles.

Thank you,

Mara Acosta

maral.acosta@gmail.com
Please only serious inquiries, not spam.

Flaws Make You Who You Are… Flawless

 

 

Flaws make you who you are!

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Hello My readers,

It’s been a while since I had time to sit and write some words of inspiration.

Recently I’ve been face with my imperfections, before I would deny them, now I embrace them and have learned to recognize them. Now, I can prevent things from getting out of hand and hurting others ( or at least I try not to hurt others).

I realized that I am very spoiled, that I go into negative zone when I don’t meditate, and that I eat unhealthy food when I am just not in my zen.  Do you experience something like that? Our lives are on a constant hurry.. hurry here, hurry you’re late, hurry I want that faster, I am on a hurry I can’t do it… hurry.. always on a hurry. We think that we don’t even have time to have flaws, but guess what?! We are not perfect and we shouldn’t strive to be perfect. We are who we are, our essence is what makes us unique so, why try to pretend we are perfect or that we can’t make mistakes.

I notice that I did that, I tried to be miss perfect, and it was  just so exhausting and it can hurt others, but the one that gets the most  injured is ourselves. I realize that the best thing to do is to sit in stillness and appreciate the smallest things of life. Enjoy the ability to breath, to have arms and legs, to see, to feel, to have a bed to sleep on, to have a roof over my head. Sometimes we take for granted all of those “insignificant” things, yet they are the most significant of all.

Love Yourself, Love Every bit our YOU! that’s the answer to all of those diseases, problems, and negative mindsets.

Loving yourself is not going and buying the most expensive car, purse, clothes, or dinner.

Loving yourself means appreciating the things that you have in this current moment, by being present, by sitting down and breathing, by nurturing your body with whole foods, exercising, and having a practice. They don’t have to be in a certain order, or all at once. You can start with just learning how to sit still and breathing. As I said I am not perfect and I don’t wish to be perfect, my practice it not perfect and I don’t always eat healthy, but I have the willingness to do my best. Having Flaws makes me feel Flawless!

 

I love me and all of me is the best thing I have.

 

Love,

 

Mara Lee

 

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4th of July in Santa Monica

There is something about the ocean, that pulls me in and just by smelling it makes me feel better. Every time I am down by the beach I discover new place, things, people or just different angles that I had not seen. I woke up to see a parade on Main St. for 4th of July, I thought It was very neat and special. It was nice to see how people, families still come together and make this type of events happen. I wish my Mexico was more like this (its a deep secret in the back of my mind) yet, I am just so grateful I got to see it.

I only took pictures of the parade and some of the beach, just a bit of what my eyes saw.

enjoy!

Have a great Sunday!
I am soo ready for brunch!!

Love Liberates – Maya Angelou

It was a hard concept for my to grasp when it came to loving someone freely. I used to think it meant let them free to do as they wish even if they hurt you. No, it does not mean they are free to hurt you and as a consequence you are depleted, yet you must put up with it, because you “love” them. No, Love does not mean being disrespectful, putting down others, hurting them physically, trying to change them, or trying to control them. In this video you can see that true unconditional love lets a person be, but the respect is never lost since one can recognize the unconditional love you respect it. Maya’s mother never tried to change her daughter she just admired her and let her know how much she loved her.

If we as a society could learn to love one another without trying to change each other and respecting our views, I truly believe we would probably be more on the same page than so far apart. This would probably be a more unified world. As I mention in my first line it was hard for me to understand this, since I was raised with other ideologies ( which I don’t judge my parents for it, since they did not know better) they just weren’t the best, but that meant I had the opportunity to search for them and along the way many lessons came with this research.

It’s a hard task, but not an impossible task, learning to love another human being without judgment, and just accept them for who they are.. it does take a lot of out of us, meaning we have to put our ego out and hopefully out forever. I am still in this learning process, although I am more conscious about it, so when it happens I can recognize my ego being a pain in the ass and stop myself from hurting others, or wrecking a relationship ( any kind of relationship). Just to be clear when I say to love another person I don’t mean just romantically, I mean universally, your parents, siblings, family, friends, boss, the lady who lives up stairs and doesn’t let you sleep, you name it. Yes, of course there are stronger feelings for some, yet it’s unconditional love, accepting the person for who they are, that’s the important part of it all. I continue to learn and I hope to master it sooner than later.

Have a wonderful mid-week.

May Maya Angelou rest in peace, I am so grateful for all her beautiful thoughts, that became poetry, lessons, and hope for many.

Love,

Mara Acosta