Energy Exchange Circle 🤗 May 8th

Lisa, so kind. I generally light a taper candle to touch every one, don’t want to burn my house down.

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Thank you :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: I do just use one candle also, I realise what I wrote sounded like a candle each lol. I carve the Runes that correspond to the energy everyone is asking for :heartpulse:

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I wasn’t being fresh, I thought of the amount of people we are trying to help and with a hundred of any kind of candles, I not only would burn my house down, but it would spread to the forest (10 miles away). It’s like the old Irish saying, if it weren’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all!
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Oh no I didn’t think you were being fresh at all :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:, I also realised at that moment how many candles it sounded like :joy: Had a picture of me trying me find a place to light them all safely :heartpulse:

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I’ve been undoing OK myself this week. My back is still playing up but that’s been on and off for 20 years so I’m used to it. I did have a really dizzy spell on Monday but realised my antidepressants and antihistamines were likely interacting and making me dopey. I’ve stopped the antihistamines and I’ll cope with the hay-fever.
My mood has been better which is good.

This afternoon though something bad happened. I met my husband off the train from work and we went for a drink at the pub next door to the station. A short while later one of the fast trains went through then a shortly after there were lots of sirens from police cars and ambulances. Seems someone jumped in front of the train from the railway bridge. So my prayers are with their family and the train driver, and them of course hoping they’ve found peace wherever they are that they didn’t have in this life.

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Oh no that’s horrible :pensive: My thoughts are with the family and train driver as well and are you ok after it? :heartpulse:

Is it your nose or eyes that suffer the worst with hayfever? I get it as well and antihistamines don’t work for me so I use eye drops for my eyes and local honey to help with my itchy nose :heartpulse:

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So sad, I’ll light a candle, thanks Iris. I keep trying to call you Isis, I don’t know why, maybe its because She was the goddess of motherhood, medicine, marriage, fertility, and magic. Ring any bells?
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I’m a little shaken honestly. Horrible thing to happen…

Nose and eyes. I tend to get it right through grass season so until September. But I’ll cope and I’ll look at some herbal remedies instead :slightly_smiling_face:

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I hope you are okay as well. My thoughts & prayers to the family & train operator. I also hope they have found peace where they are now.

I have trouble with the antihistamines making me feel the same way. I stay away from them as well. Especially with the medication changes I’ve had recently.

I understand the back thing, I have dealt with back issues for years as well & there are good days & then the bad days. I try to take them in stride, but sometimes it’s harder to do that than other times.

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We are here if you need us :heartpulse:

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found this online: How To Make Herbal Tea For Allergies + Recipes | Hello Glow

Herbal Tea for Allergies

Lucky for you allergy-sufferers, there are some natural remedies that can help alleviate some of the suffering. This herbal tea blends for allergies can help keep symptoms at bay.

Prep Time5 mins

Cook Time5 mins

Total Time10 mins

Course: Drinks

Cuisine: Tea

Keyword: remedy

Servings: 1 person

Author: Lindsey Johnson

Cost: $2

Equipment

  • Glass jar with lid or other airtight container

  • Tea kettle

Ingredients

All-Purpose Allergy Blend

  • 1 part rooibos
  • 1 part peppermint tea
  • 1 part nettle tea
  • 1 part yerba mate
  • 1 part lemon balm tea

Antihistamine Tea

  • 1 bag stinging nettle tea
  • 1 bag peppermint tea
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger you can use grated fresh ginger, too

Instructions

  • Mix ingredients together and store in an airtight container.

  • Use about 1 heaping teaspoon per 8 ounces hot water.

  • Let steep for about 5 minutes, then add honey or lemon, if desired.

Notes

Make sure water doesn’t exceed 212°F, which is the boiling point at sea level, otherwise it can lessen the effectiveness of the tea.

Inhaling (nasal) salt water will help clean and clear your sinuses. But the teas sound promising

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Ive bookmarked this one :heart_eyes: Thank you @Garnet :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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That’s awful! Are you okay?

As you said, I hope whoever it was has found peace now. I’ll try to keep him in mind for tonight’s prayers. :candle:

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I request to be left on the list again, the infection in my lower right leg is trying to come back today. Good thing I go to the doctor on Monday. I also have a pressure ulcer in a … delicate area and would like to heal that up before I have problems with it.

Thank you to everyone on the list for the good vibes you send, I know it helps! Blessed be!

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Good morning, sending you healing energy & light this weekend. I hope they start to resolve themselves quickly for you! :heart:

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Oh no! Sores of any kind hurt, but on you bum or pookie?
Baaaaaaad. Ouch!

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This topic is being closed. The next Energy Exchange Circle will be opened shortly. :slight_smile:

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