Tribute to Dr. Teresa Ann Denney

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The Healing Frequency, by Ellen M. Laura

There are many wondrous things about you that may not yet have been told to you. First: You are “Energy Glowing” as a Light that is so intelligent, it is conscious of its existence and origin. Second: You hold the ability to renew yourself and those around you by turning on your inner glow and sending forth harmonious and joyful spiritual emanations. This knowledge is no longer a secret, it is readily accessible. Third: You do not need to struggle or suffer to turn on the glow that welcomes the healing frequency. Underneath suppressed spontaneity, power awaits. We can resist our divine inheritance, but a time comes when mysterious celestial occurrences cause us to rise up, stand with majesty and acknowledge our true heritage.

This divine power that sustains and enhances our lives is total and complete within and requires nothing from the outside. It makes no demands; it has no needs. Yet, there is another force that diminishes our life force and weakens the healing frequency. It has an insatiable appetite, and it constantly consumes. To stand up and walk away from the force that weakens us is a significant triumph.

This triumph brings us closer to the mysteries of death and eternal life. To meet death with awareness and understanding is a worthy goal. Now is the time to awaken to the importance of a more intelligent approach to death because until we stand fearless before death, we undervalue the sacredness of life. I’ve faced the death of a loved one, first when I was only nineteen, and again only ten years ago. Each time death swept into my life, I was broken apart, humbled and renewed. My entire outlook on life has been colored more by these experiences with death than any other encounters. Now is the time to take a fearless stance toward death, because until we do, we undervalue the sacredness of life.

Living a spiritual life, for me, comes from understanding that life, although transitory, must be lived on sacred ground.

Yesterday I was informed that a friend in Honolulu made her transition from this physical world on January 16, 2012.  This is to honor Teresa, her family and all of you who embrace loving kindness in life and death.

 

3 Responses

  1. Carrie Luke
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    That was a wonderfully different perspective on death and the life views that it influences. Spoken so gently….food for the soul.

  2. jessica
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    Inspiring and beautifully written

    Thank you for reminding us of who we are

    with much love,
    Jessica

  3. Conee
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    Ellen, your tribute to Teresa is beautiful and inspired me read it again and again.
    Thank you for the gentle reminders.
    Love,
    Conee

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