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  1. Welcome. I greet you in the Love and Light. It's come to my attention that I've been distributing imposter Kanna plants. I sold some of these via the SAB forum and a number of members acquired some of my stock at plant meets. The plant I was selling has been botanically identified as Delosperma tradescantoides by another SAB member. So to make things right I kindly ask that anyone who acquired one of these plants to please contact me to arrange full reimbursement or some other appropriate arrangements. Again I'm really sorry about this but I genuinely didn't know I had an imposter and I just want to make things right so the incorrect plant isn't further distributed a Kanna when its not. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. Love & Light Infinity
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    Free Trade Thread 2019

    Come on...don't leave me hanging. I'll also add a sacred Acacia seed pack containing: 11. Acacia floribunda - Weeping Acacia 12. Acacia victoriae - Gundabluie 13. Acacia colei - Cole's Wattle 14. Acacia concurrens - Black Wattle 15. Acacia maidenii - Maiden's wattle Love & Light ∞
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    Rapé Recipes Thread

    Bravo! Loving that recipe my friend. Any chance of sampling your interesting combination of Mother natures sacred delights? I'm really digging the concept of infusing aromatics too. I've been experimenting with Cloves, Star Anise, Cinnamon Quills, Ethiopian Frankincense and Sumatran Benzoin with excellent results. Keep up the good work!
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    Herbs for pain

    I’m sorry to hear about your predicament. Are you able to elaborate more on the type of pain you are experiencing and it’s location plus any allergies you have. It might assist others with plant recommendations so you can conduct further research into self healing and pain relief.
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    Free Trade Thread 2019

    Hi Tetrahedal, A big warm welcome to the SAB community. That's a very generous offer and we all appreciate it but unfortunately the Free Trade Thread operates on the rules listed on Page 1. Please have a read and feel free to join back in. I know its always tricky when you're new and only starting out. So if you like, I'd be more than happy to send you a care package with the seeds listed below for your enjoyment. Just send me a PM. Ok, I'll jump on that please. In exchange I offer a mega seed pack containing: 1. Toothache Plant - Acmella oleracea 2. Sensitive Plant - Mimosa pudica 3. Lion's Ear - Leonotis leonurus 4. Lion's Tail - Leonotis nepetifolia 5. Hawaiian Baby Woodrose "Alligator Creek' Strain - Argyreia nervosa 6. Tasmanian Poppy - Papaver S 7. Wormwood - Artemisia absinthium 8. East Indian Lemongrass - Cymbopogon citratus 9. Jimsonweed - Datura stramonium 10. Sun Opener - Heimia salicifolia Plus a ‘sacred item’ from the Forbidden Closet of Mystery. Love & Light ♾
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    Dichroic Glass Prism Art

    The photos don’t really do it any justice. Here is a YouTube clip for those interested in the process and the results that can be achieved. https://youtu.be/1HVAS4gA_lc
  8. Welcome. I greet you in the love and light. I just wanted to share my first attempts at Dichoric Glass Prism Art. Have a great day. Love & Light ♾
  9. One day a wealthy father took his son on a trip to the countryside for the sole purpose of showing his son how it was to be poor. They spent only one day and one night on a farm of what would be considered a very poor family. On the way back from the trip, the father asked his son how he liked the experience. “It was great, Dad,” the son replied. “Did you see how poor people can be?” the father asked. “Oh yeah,” said the son. “So what did you learn from the trip?” asked the father. The son paused and thought about it for a few seconds. “I saw that we have one dog and that they had four. We have a pool that reaches to the middle of our garden but they have a fresh water creek that has no end. We have lights in our garden but they have the stars and the moon. Our patio reaches to the front yard but they have the whole horizon. We have a small piece of land to live on but they have fields that go on forever. We have servants who serve us but they serve others. We buy our food but they grow their own. We have fences around our property to protect us but they have a whole community to protect them.” The boy’s father was absolutely speechless. Then his son added... “It showed me just how poor we really are, Dad.” Love & Light ∞
  10. An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.” He continued, “The other is good – he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same fight is going on inside you – and inside every other person, too.” The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?” The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.” Whether or not it’s your first time hearing this story, it serves as an important reminder of the power we have over our experiences and emotions. It’s easy to feel like a victim in challenging situations and circumstances in our lives. We want to understand our negative thoughts, feelings and experiences, so we place blame on other people, objects, or events. We look outward to try to make sense of what’s going on inside of us. We do this all the time. Why? It’s our way of coping, and feeling more in control of uncontrollable situations. The problem with this approach, however, is that it takes away our personal responsibility and freedom of choice. In our attempt to feel more in control (by faulting others for our experience) we actually strip ourselves of our own power. That power is lost the moment we become dependent on other people or things to make us feel a certain way. Whether that feeling is positive or negative, we are no longer taking sole responsibility for our own emotions or experiences when we believe that they are a result of anything other than our own choice. By exercising your freedom of choice, you can make a life-changing decision of which wolf you want to feed. Do you feed the wolf who is hungry for anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego? This evil wolf is also your inner critic. The one who tells you that you are a failure, the one who says that no one will love you or understand you for who you are. This wolf is a representation of your depression, your anxiety, and your low self-esteem. Do you want to feed this wolf? Are you feeding him already? By cutting off his food supply, you will be making a choice to use your energy and resources on thoughts, feeling, and emotions that serve you in healthy ways. While you can recognise the negative emotions occurring within you, you don’t have to attach to them or continue to give them attention. You shifting your focus is a sign to that wolf that you are not interested in giving him food. And while it may take some time for that wolf to lose his strength and power, eventually he will surrender – as will your unhelpful thoughts and emotions. Once you stop fixating on them, they will eventually drift away. So what about the other wolf? Well it certainly isn’t going to feed itself. Just as you would with the bad wolf, it is imperative that you exercise your freedom of choice and decide to nourish the wolf of joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. We often look to external objects for our fulfillment and happiness. We develop expectations that these things (a new job, a relationship, a lavish vacation, a brand new pair of shoes, a glass of wine, etc.) will finally make us feel the way we want to feel. And while this may bring momentary gratification, it isn’t realistic to maintain this long-term. Happiness isn’t a conditional state. It’s a state of being. True lasting happiness comes from making an active choice to be happy, rather than depending on external things to make you happy. The more that we seek out happiness, and look for it as if it is a treasure we will find, the less we are feeding the wolf that is inside of us. You already have everything you need to be happy because you are whole as you are, right now. The feeling and experience of happiness comes from feeding the wolf from within. As he becomes bigger and stronger, he will be better equipped to handle life’s challenges. If you choose to feed only him, he will always win. Love & Light ∞