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The Path of the White Rose with Eileen Anglin. Angelic Energy Art, messages, meditations and classes to empower, heal and elevate your life.
My energy art work reflects the power of transformation, healing and inspiration from our connection to Divine Source and our spiritual connection to Nature and animals.
My life's work is to create art, tools and insights to empower you and elevate your life on the planet and how you experience the highest vision of it.
As an Earth Activist, helping to awaken our evolving humanity, calls to progressive and compassionate action for the blue jewel we live on.
I look forward to assisting you on your healing journey and path to wisdom.
Eileen is a internationally recognized angelic energy healer. Her healing work has appeared in books, TV, radio and has won awards for her work with angels. Her popular column Ask an Angel is read world-wide.
Nominated by the New York Times About.com "Readers Choice Favorite Angel Intuitive 2012 & 2013"
Walk in Grace and Beauty and May Peace and Fulfillment be on Your Path,
The IUCN warns that other rhinos could follow saying Africa's northern white rhino is "teetering on the brink of extinction" while Asia's Javan rhino is "making its last stand" due to continued poaching and lack of conservation.
Eileen Anglin's insight:
Sad news to SHARE: Today, conservation groups announced the Western Black Rhino is now extinct.
The Moken people in Southeast Asia are known as "Sea Gypsies" because they're a nomadic group of people whose life revolves completely around the ocean. This documentary gives you a glimpse of their life, like how a man can't propose to a woman unless he can make a boat or how love is found in the middle of the sea.
It would have been the biggest tree alive today had it not been so ignominiously felled in 1890 – reputedly to satisfy a drunken bet about making a table big enough to seat 40 guests from a single slice of tree-trunk.
The endangered pangolin is being eaten out of existence before many people have even heard of it. Photographer Paul Hilton followed poachers in Indonesia to raise awareness of this gentle animal’s plight
Our Food, Toxic Fields. Farmworkers represent the backbone of our agricultural economy and their work is some of the most physically demanding labor in any economic sector. They are also among the least protected from hazards on the job and have one of the highest rates of chemical exposures among all U.S. workers. Off the job, they often live in or near treated fields, where harmful pesticides can drift into their homes.
Music can open our hearts, as can gratitude. This week we have both. Our planet is so beautiful. We have been blessed by the Creator with a jewel. Let’s respect it and take care of it as we should. Enjoy this video by Moby.
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