desk. Monday , September 04th , 2017 - 03:03:37 AM
I vividly remember the moment when I realized I typically eat at my desk while working. I was at Heinrich-Heine University in Desseldorf, Germany, where my husband, Larry Scherwitz, and I, had been invited to do research on lifestyle (diet, stress management, exercise, and group support) and heart disease. After several months, when we had become good friends with some colleagues, I heard a knock on my office door around lunchtime. Were going to the cafeteria for lunch, said Siegfried. Would you and Larry like to join us? In response, I stopped clicking away at my computer mid-word, gathered my purse and coat, and then walked through the wintry campus with my husband and three co-workers until we arrived at the building that housed the cafeteria.
happens, and maybe someone gains weight, loses hair, job/career changed, credit gets damaged, had to down size the car. Now the rubber is meeting the road. Is this relationship built on sand or on rocks? What is the foundation of the relationship?
What you speak of is called clairsentience - the ability to feel things...please don't feel guilty - this probably wasn't about your giving her some warning, but more about being warned yourself to be prepared for the loss... from the sounds of it, it would be worth your working with your ability more - read up on being psychic, study reiki - a good technique for someone with empathic powers like you. Lotsa LLLove, Danielle
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