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Are you creating your own difficulties?

I certainly know a few ways that I have been, and I’m so aware now that I’m making a change.

Right now, if I look at the abundant national news for more than a few minutes to stay informed, I risk building something of a mountain of negative motion. One thought lingered on too long pulls toward it make other thoughts and suddenly a mountain of negative thoughts are in motion. Then, if I sit down to write, to practice my spiritual practice, to talk to a friend, to eat, to do anything… I am carrying a kind of energy with me that is an obstacle to all good things.

This is one of the ways I’ve been building obstacles in my own days that don’t need to be there.

Whether it’s too much coffee, sugar, toxic friends or unhelpful habits… Have you been doing this in some way?

While it’s philosophical to say that we create all of our obstacles in life, I think that’s a very overwhelming concept applied to practical action.  Instead, let’s think simply, pragmatically and easily today about the obstacles we see we’re creating that don’t need to be there.

By removing the obvious energy blocks from the day, things are far more fluid and positive momentum (aka: feeling awesome, getting things done, excitement, focused energy) is so much easier!

1. Let go of the force against things. What do I mean by this? When you come up against an idea, circumstance or situation that is an obstacle… instead of getting angry, honking the horn, fighting back… what if you could stay neutral and see if there’s a detour to take ahead, if there’s an alternate path or another method to approach things that’s not blocked?   If you start honking, yelling, panicking about the late meeting… we all know that doesn’t make the traffic move faster but it moves us faster out of peace and into panic.  Instead of finding an alternate way, suddenly it seems the day is being spoiled as the vision of how it should have been slowly gets shattered.

Flowing with obstacles, letting them be an opportunity or a motivation or an exciting breakthrough, takes the pressure off of things.
2. Let’s stop talking about what’s wrong.  I can’t stress this enough.  It’s helpful to vent for a moment to get clarity, it’s not helpful to discuss and recap and re-hash the problems to everyone you know.  When you give these things that much space in your mind and life, they get amplified and carry on into downward spirals.

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3. Embrace the sage. Space clearing can be life-changing. You can’t do too much of it!  HERE are some ideas to get your space clear with loads of different smudging herbs. 
4. Light is vital.  If you don’t have enough light outside, bring the light inside as a therapeutic agent to keep your life free of the energy blocks of easily avoidable seasonal depression (SAD).  HERE are my favorite products to get that light flowing!
5. Your clutter can be cleared.  Simple, self-explanatory.  Clutter is an easy-to-avoid energy block.


6. Do three things every day that lift you up. Odd numbers are thought to be big change makers.  Three things that lift you up= a lighter life.


7. Dial back on noise. HERE are some of the benefits of silence.  I find that the busier I am, the more silence I require.  I don’t “meditate” traditionally so I am very big on organic ways for you to find your quiet. A hike, yoga class, a quiet room, some nature…
8. Drop the goals that aren’t authentic. If you don’t really want it but are feeling pressure or other people’s wishes imposed upon you, now’s a great time to cross those things off your list.  Not everyone wants the same types of relationships, the same types of careers and even the same types of fitness goals.  You set the bar in your life, and you don’t have to be “crushing it” on every level in order to be balanced, flowing and living in abundance.


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9. Herbs on your door.  An herbal wreath of rosemary or lavender can be a simple and gorgeous way to welcome in the good vibes and leave the bad vibes outside.
10. Doses of nature.  Houseplants are the easiest way to clear the air, calm a space, remove EMF’s and send a message of growth in your home every single day.   Nature in big doses will flood your life with grounded calm, so make sure you’re in Nature every day.  Use Nature, also, as a way to transform negatives into positives— some time with trees or a on beach in salt water or simply walking on dirt or lawns is a brilliant way to ground your personal energy fields and feel fantastic…!

We can all easily avoid a lot of static and stress in our lives.  Tune into what you need to have more mental space, physical flow, energy and inspiration.   Realize what you can let go.  And… keep on your flow.

xoxo Dana

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Does Paula Hawkins’s new novel ‘Into the Water’ live up to the hype

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Does Paula Hawkins’s new novel ‘Into the Water’ live up to the hype?

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What made Paula Hawkins’s 2015 debut The Girl on the Train such a success? The novel’s plot — about marital infidelity and its homicidal consequences — was the standard stuff of psychological suspense fiction. But Hawkins’s distinctive zigzag storytelling style helped sell 20 million copies worldwide and turned the novel into a (so-so) Hollywood movie.

Hawkins’s heroine, Rachel, rides on a suburban commuter train every day past the same house and watches the same couple breakfasting on their deck — until the day something about that scene changes — and then changes again and again. Hawkins’s technique as a thriller writer is similar to the “KonMari method” of clothes-folding pioneered by Japanese organizing maven Marie Kondo. Her short chapters ingeniously double back on themselves in much the same way a drawer of sweaters, neatened up by Kondo, are pleated and flattened to accordion-sharp perfection. At last, everything slots into place.

Now Hawkins is back with a second thriller, Into the Water. Many of the elements that helped propel “The Girl on the Train” are present here: a vivid setting and a collection of unreliable narrators who tell variations on a single tale, adding a curious detail here, contradicting a crucial point there.

But something’s amiss in this second novel: It’s stagnant rather than suspenseful. “The Girl on the Train” may have rumbled back and forth on the same train tracks twice a day, but at least it moved; as a thriller, “Into the Water” is stuck in the mud.

Hawkins’s story opens with a young woman named Jules Abbott, who has just been summoned to her older sister Nel’s house by two police officers. That house, located in a small town in the north of England, is the family homestead, although it’s easy to see why Jules fled after she reached adulthood. The place sits so close to a river that it seems on the verge of toppling into the foul water below. Here’s how Jules describes the view from the kitchen window:

“So beautiful, everyone remarked upon the view, but they didn’t really see. They never opened the window and leaned out, they never looked down at the wheel, rotting where it stood, they never looked past the sunlight playing on the water’s surface, they never saw what the water really was, greenish-black and filled with living things and dying things.”

Nel’s corpse has been found in the Drowning Pool, a notorious spot beneath a cliff that she has been obsessively photographing. Nel was researching the history of local women who died in the Drowning Pool — some were suicides, others met their oblivion unwillingly. The first known drowning was that of Libby Seeton, a young girl who was accused of witchcraft. She was fatally dunked in the river in the autumn of 1679. Other victims include poor Anne Ward, whose husband returned from World War I a violent man; and, just recently, Katie Whittaker, a close school friend of Nel’s 15-year-old daughter, Lena.

Readers may wonder why the town council hasn’t erected a chain-link fence around that darn Drowning Pool. An answer, of sorts, is supplied by an old woman named Nickie Sage, who (as her name rather too bluntly indicates) is the local soothsayer: “People turned a blind eye. . . . No one liked to think about the fact that the water in that river was infected with the blood and bile of persecuted women, unhappy women; they drank it every day.”

Into this murk wades Jules. She’d been estranged from Nel for years, but now she assumes guardianship of her angry and devastated niece, Lena, and begins investigating her older sister’s mysterious drowning. Suspects begin to hatch like mayflies here: There’s the handsome high school teacher, the nasty retired policeman along with his peculiarly doting daughter-in-law, and Katie Whittaker’s grief-racked mother, who irrationally blames Nel for her daughter’s death. These characters, along with almost everyone else Jules meets in this damp burgh, tell their own versions of the truth, tainted by mold and malice. Jules dredges up dirt until, inevitably, there’s a climactic scene at the water’s edge, where another victim seems destined to vanish into the drink.

In “The Girl on the Train,” Hawkins ingeniously created a situation where an emotionally stuck heroine is jolted back to life in the course of her daily rides past a landscape that alters radically. In “Into the Water,” however, Hawkins’s stock townspeople circle round and round the Drowning Pool, whose sinister nature has remained static for centuries. The revelations about her sister’s life and death produce but a ripple in Jules’s day-to-day life.

“Into the Water” is a dull disappointment of a thriller; one good flush would put everybody — characters and readers alike — out of their misery.

Maureen Corrigan is the book critic for the NPR program “Fresh Air,” and a professor of literature at Georgetown University.

iNTO THE WATER

By Paula Hawkins

Riverhead. 388 pp. $28

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Monday, December 14, 1998 Published at 01:40 GMT


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Hope fades for dinghy tragedy men

The men were all local to Iona, known worldwide for its abbey

Search teams say they have all but abandoned hope for three men missing at sea after their dinghy capsized between the islands of Iona and Mull off the west coast of Scotland.

The BBC’s Andrew Cassell: “With every passing hour, hopes are fading”

The body of a fourth man was found on the shore and a fifth member of the group, Gordon Grant, 33, is recovering in hospital after raising the alarm.

Mr Grant, nicknamed Pal, is believed to have been a friend of one of the daughters of former Labour leader John Smith, who is buried on Iona and whose family has strong links with it.

Catherine Smith, 25, was reported to have visited Mr Grant in hospital at Oban on the mainland.

Her mother Baroness Smith said: “It is ghastly. I know the people involved, and we are desperately sad.”

Scotland Correspondent Colin Blane: Tragedy will have shattering effect on the tiny island

A big search – co-ordinated by Oban coastguard – recovered the wooden boat the five men had been in and several items of clothing.

The body of one of the men – 23-year-old Robert Hay – was found on the shore but three of his friends remain unaccounted for.

All five men were tipped into the sea after setting off from Ffionphort on Mull where they had been to a dance.

Mr Grant swam ashore and reached a farmhouse where he raised the alarm.

The search area is a large one because of the effects of winds and tides.

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Many local people have taken part in the operation – which included helicopters, lifeboats and fishing vessels.

They will be joined on Monday by an underwater unit from Strathclyde police. The search is likely to be hampered by poor weather.

The three missing men are Logie MacFadyen, 24, from Laggan Dorain, Alisdair Dougal, 19, and David Kirkpatrick, 23, both from Iona.

Church of Scotland minister Reverand David Taylor said: “We have lost four young men, and this has taken away so many of the young people of Iona.

“There are not that many young people who live on Iona and the loss of so many has devastated the islanders. The mood will be very sombre.

“It has knocked the heart out of the island.”

Community stunned

Tony Arden, District Controller of Oban Coastguard, said Mr Grant described the dinghy as being “swamped”.

Mr Arden said none of the men was wearing a lifejacket. He told BBC News 24: “They weren’t raging drunk, they were just enjoying themselves. They were chatting in the dinghy, a large wave broke over the bow, swamping the boat which soon turned on its side and capsized.”

The tragedy has stunned the tiny community of Iona, birthplace of Christianity in Scotland, whose small permanent population of under 200 is swollen by hundreds of visitors in the summer months.

Mr Grant is the son of a prominent Iona businessman who owns shops, property and a pub on the islands.

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Tobermory on Mull: The men went to a dance on the island

His mother said: “This is a desperate thing to have happened in a small community like this. We are so short of good young people.

“Gordon can swim, but I would not describe him as a good swimmer.”

A police spokesman said: “He is badly shaken but has only a slight facial injury. He seems to be in reasonable condition.”

The dance was held at the Argyll Arms hotel in Bunessan, where proprietor Duncan MacLeod said: “Everybody on Iona will be devastated, stunned.

“We have only been here two years, but we know the lads reasonably well.”



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Exceptionally well presented and spacious traditional top floor flat with lovely views and a great location in this much sought after area. Viewing is a must of this superb home, offering well proportioned and flexible accommodation with many pleasing features. Far reaching views from the front include the Forth Estuary in the distance, whilst the rear rooms look out across gardens and the rooftops to Arthur’s Seat. A handsome mantelpiece in the living room and sanded flooring add to the period feel. All modern comforts are provided in the kitchen and the fully tiled shower-room featuring a jet spray system. A bonus is the electric sauna installed in the boxroom. The south-west facing shared garden is superbly stocked and well tended. The accommodation comprises of a hallway with rooflight, bay living/dining room, fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, box bedroom, boxroom/sauna with rooflight, luxury shower-room, great storage facilities, gas central heating and double glazing and entryphone system and beautifully kept shared garden.

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Cameron Douglas narrowly escapes being sent back to federal prison after probation officer ‘finds marijuana in his system’ – but his lawyer says he’s dealing with PTSD after being menaced by jail gangs

  • Cameron Douglas was found with the drugs in his system in April, a court heard
  • He was out on bail after his 2010 conviction for selling meth and heroin
  • Parole officers successfully argued he should be given a second chance
  • His lawyer said he was getting help after traumatic beating by a prison gang
  • He was targeted for turning over his drug suppliers to cops to halve his sentence
  • In 2010 his five-year sentence was extended after he was found with drugs in jail

Cameron Douglas, son of Michael Douglas, was almost sent back to federal prison after a probation officer said he’d been found with marijuana in his system.

Douglas, 38, was sentenced to five years in prison in 2010 for selling drugs, but that was extended in 2011 when he was found with drugs inside prison. He was released on parole in March.

And now he’s in trouble again, having allegedly been caught with marijuana in his system on April 10, a court has heard, according to Page Six.

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Cameron Douglas (left, with dad Michael Douglas in 2009) has escaped returning to jail after marijuana was found in his system in April. He had been doing time for selling meth and heroin

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Cameron Douglas (left, with dad Michael Douglas in 2009) has escaped returning to jail after marijuana was found in his system in April. He had been doing time for selling meth and heroin

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His lawyer said he was traumatized by prison. Douglas is seen here in a recent Instagram post

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Douglas (left in arrest mugshot, right in recent Instagram post) deserved a second chance, his probation officers told a judge, who agreed. His lawyer said he was traumatized by prison

Douglas underwent three tests for marijuana after being accused of trying to manipulate results by a lab technician, and the results were positive.

However, his parole officers are now asking Manhattan federal judge Richard Berman to show leniency for the beleaguered minor celeb.

‘We would like to provide Mr. Douglas an opportunity to be in the community to see how he responds to setbacks,’ one of them said.

Douglas’ lawyer, Ben Brafman, maintains that his client has remained sober and that ‘there is no issue’ despite the parole officers’ claims.

However, he also asked the judge for clemency, saying that Douglas has suffered PTSD ever since he was sent to prison for conspiracy to distribute narcotics after being found dealing heroin and meth from a hotel room.

He’d turned in his suppliers, David and Eduardo Escalera, in his trial hearing in order to have his sentence reduced from ten years to five years.

Michael Douglas (right, with dad Kirk Douglas center, and a young Cameron) blames himself for his wayward son. Cameron had a leg and finger broken for 'ratting' on his drug suppliers

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Michael Douglas (right, with dad Kirk Douglas center, and a young Cameron) blames himself for his wayward son. Cameron had a leg and finger broken for ‘ratting’ on his drug suppliers

That led to him becoming a target for a crime family boss, who put a bounty of just $100 on Douglas’ head – resulting in other prisoners breaking one of his fingers and a leg.

‘His period of imprisonment was horrific,’ Brafman said.

The judge agreed with the parole officers, and instead of sending him back to prison he said Douglas should be subject to more frequent drug tests and searches. He may be tested twice a week.

In 2010, Douglas’ lawyer, Jennifer Ridha, was busted after she smuggled pills into prison for him. She later claimed in her book Criminal That I Am that she had fallen in love with him.

Douglas received four more years in prison on top of his five-year sentence.

Charges against Ridha were ultimately dropped, but she lost her job.

Speaking publicly about his son, Michael Douglas said in 2010 that he thought prison might be a ‘blessing in disguise’.

He assumed blame for ‘being a bad father’ but said that without prison intervention, Cameron ‘was going to be dead or somebody was gonna kill him. I think he has a chance to start a new life, and he knows that.’

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I guess that prison beat down, a broken leg and finger wasn’t so bad after all, otherwise he wouldn’t be violating parole only 3 months after his release. Her didn’t learn his lesson, send him back!

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If they send him back, can’t I go be his comfortboi? Love that photo in the wife beater shirt… sexy!

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3 generation of Douglas’ look identical! though 3rd gen is a bit weird looking :o)

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I hope the country comes to its senses and realizes that criminalizing the medicinal and recreational use of marijuana is a complete and total dead end. Legalize it, tax it, and let everyone get on with their lives.

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Really that’s a new one !

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If drugs cause harm, then its obvious we must harm people who do drugs in order to prevent them from harming themselves. My logic is flawless, you have no arguments against it.

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Sad little wimp. Tattoos etc to try and compensate for his weakness.

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Just another useless pos Hollyweird spawn not taking responsibility for their own dys-func-tion.

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He needs to touch nothing – no alcohol or drugs of any kind – and man up before he gets sent back to prison for a long long time

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Send him to Central America and make him build schools or something.

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