Oops Re: [RawPortland] Raw Christmas?
Dear Raw Community,
Sorry, again i meant only to reply to Gabrielle and forgot that if i simply clicked reply you would all get what i meant only to send to Gabrielle.
Many Blessings to you All on whatever Holiday you celebrate.
--- On Thu, 12/18/08, Pamela Melcher <dancingcedar@...> wrote:
From: Pamela Melcher <dancingcedar@...>
Subject: Re: [RawPortland] Raw Christmas?
Date: Thursday, December 18, 2008, 11:44 PM
No thanks, but i am glad you are doing it, or may be doing it.
After spilling my guts about cooked feasts, i was able to go to Thanksgiving dinner at David's family's house and just not even pay any attention to what people were eating. That way i could have a good time.
I decided to pay attention to what was going right, since energy follows attention.
I did notice what people were eating enough to have it register that the person that i felt happiest to see and interact with was actually eating the 'worst' food. Instead of conjuring scary images of the health problems she is incubating, i thought, "There is more to happiness than food.'
That was easier on my system than some reactions i have had in the past.
Happy Solstice, and Many Blessings to you and your loved ones at Christmas.
Visualizing the day: 'May all your Christmases be Raw.'
Happiness, Health and Abundance for All!
--- On Thu, 12/18/08, Gabrielle <gabrielle@cthgather ing.org> wrote:
From: Gabrielle <gabrielle@cthgather ing.org>
Subject: [RawPortland] Raw Christmas?
To: RawPortland@ yahoogroups. com
Date: Thursday, December 18, 2008, 4:41 PM
After a joyful and abundant Thanksgiving Day raw feast, several folk
have inquired of any Christmas day gathering plans. Thomas and I would
happily fire up the woodstove (and infra red sauna -- bring your own
towel) at our home in Oregon City for a potluck at 1 pm the 25th if
there's enough for a party. We especially welcome those who are new to
raw with your creativity and curiosity. Please RSVP so we can be in touch.