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Posts made in September, 2012

Cancer Goddess Falls, Day 49-55: The One Where I Get to Whine About How Hard Things Are

Posted by on Sep 24, 2012 in Cancer Goddess | 11 comments

My life sucks. There. I said it. In my head I hear what I think is your response: Don’t like your life? Then change it. Easier said than done. Thus the whining. I want things to change. I feel crushed by the weight of a thousand stones. Under stones you can only become sand. 13 times every freaking day. Juicing. 13 times a day. That’s a lot of juice. Every waking hour I drink 8 ounces of carrot juice, or carrot-and-apple juice, or...

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Cancer Goddess Rises, Days 41-48: Updates

Posted by on Sep 17, 2012 in Cancer Goddess | 2 comments

This is what I did last week. Hi there. I’m Talyaa and I have cancer. I don’t know why I said that. Just needed to, I guess. So anyway, a bunch of things have happened since we talked last. I figure that if I get them out of the way and bring you up to today in the Deep Pit Of Everything And Nothing that is my brain, tomorrow I can start fresh. I had the flu. Or maybe it wasn’t the flu. It felt like the flu. Day One was a sore throat, sniffly nose, and crying. Day Two was...

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Cancer Goddess Rises, Days 37-40: Dear Chang

Posted by on Sep 9, 2012 in Cancer Goddess | 7 comments

There have been some really hard days here. Ghosts from my past zoom into my head and make me say and do things that later I wonder who in their right mind does that? Yelling angrily down the stairs at my soulmate. Deliberately sabotaging my Gerson program and blowing off things that I know are good for me. Lying on the bathroom floor, crying, because everything is just too painful to bear. Life is not supposed to be this. One of the elements of the Gerson program that I’ve been resisting...

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Cancer Goddess Rises, Days 33-36: Halfway to Black Belt

Posted by on Sep 5, 2012 in Cancer Goddess | 3 comments

Yes, this is a metaphor: Today I tested for 4th Section in martial arts. In Oom Yung Doe, the tradition Kahuna and I follow, as students gain knowledge and skill their belts are dyed black to suggest the hard work and sweat required to achieve each successive level of ability. Other traditions use different belt colors to signify achievement, but in our practice room our uniforms start off pure white and become blacker and blacker as we gain skill and ability. 4th Section is a big one There are...

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September 2012: How To Build Your Future

Posted by on Sep 3, 2012 in Wild Goddess Reports | 2 comments

This month marks a huge shift in how most of us respond and react to the world around us, to our personal inner worlds, and to the junctions of the two. This month is pivotal. It is the beginning of a new way of being for many of us, and it is essential to the formation of the foundation of the reality that we are co-creating.

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