Digna Love – Realm Reader

Digna Love is a businesswoman and a Certified Realm Reader based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. She is a native of Saint Lucia, an island nation in the Caribbean Sea, and came to the United States when she was twenty years old.

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Realm reading is based on the idea that we, as humans, reincarnate, and have had past lives. Some people have an affinity with angels, while others are much closer to the earth and to the animal kingdom, while others are wise souls. These broad ideas represent our realms. Identifying a person’s realm is a way to help understand what it is that makes them tick, and how they relate to other people; and most importantly, what their passions and purpose in life really is.

We are all created by the same divine source. But we don’t necessarily come from the same realms, and these differences we have is what results in our different appearances and tastes, our different belief systems, personalities, and so on. Between each physical incarnation of ourselves, we reside in different realms that we call home.

Realm readers learn that there are four core realms: angels, elementals, starpeople, and wise ones. We all come from at least one of these core realms, and some of us come from more; these are referred to as blended realms.

Realm readers like Digna Love can help you to understand what realms you come from. In addition to being a realm reader, she is also the mother of three children. One of them is grown and a member of the U.S. Army, while the other two are still at home.

Digna Love – Military Mother

Digna Love came to the United States from her native Saint Lucia in 2001. She settled in Florida and worked as a nanny for many years before deciding to complete her education, first at Palm Beach State College, and later at Everglades University, where she studied Alternative Medicine. Today, she is a holistic healer and the founder of a company called Love and Sunshine.

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She is the mother of three children, the youngest of whom is nearing her second birthday, and the oldest of whom is in his early twenties. “My oldest son joined the army as soon as he turned eighteen because I was a single mother in college myself, and was not able to afford to send him to college,” Digna Love says. “It’s hard having him away, but he visits whenever he can; and he’s learning the skills needed to make a positive impact.”

Her experiences as a parent with a beloved child in the military is mirrored by millions of others whose offspring are in the service. For many such parents, having their child away and in the military is very difficult, especially with the United States engaged in dangerous conflicts in distant lands. But most are proud that their sons and daughters have voluntarily elected to serve their country.

Like all parents, Digna Love wants the best for all of her children. Joining the Army can be the first step on a meaningful and rewarding career; it trains and prepares young people for the future. It offers stable yet challenging career opportunities with plenty of promotions and responsibilities. The military, according to official numbers, provides training in more than four thousand specialties, many of which will transfer easily and seamlessly to civilian careers. Servicemen and women also have such benefits as health and dental care, up to thirty days of paid vacation each year, veteran’s benefits, competitive pay, and early retirement programs.

That can help to ease many of the concerns parents have, as they watch the child they raised from an infant go off to military service. It is a common sentiment among military families that they may not always agree with the foreign policy of their government, but they will always support the troops.

As she counts the days until her son comes home again, Digna Love keeps busy with Love and Sunshine. She says the business will have many branches, half of them spiritual in nature. At present she is concentrating on Gems by Love and Sunshine, for which she makes jewelry with gemstones, crystals, and fine metals.

Sources:

http://todaysmilitary.com/guidance/supporting-your-child

http://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/military-parents-questions.html

Digna Love – What You Need to Know about the Seven Chakras

The word “chakra” is Sanskrit for wheel. Chakras are the seven centers (or wheels) of your body that energy flows through. Each one has a different effect on your physical, mental and spiritual health. Should any of your chakras become blocked, it can lead in imbalance and even illness. Holistic healer Digna Love specializes in alternative medicine and helps her clients keep energy flowing through all seven chakras.
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The root chakra is located at the base of the spine, around the tailbone. The root chakra is represented by the color red. This chakra represents grounding, and affects our survival instincts, such as managing finances and the food we eat.

The sacral chakra represents our connection with and acceptance of other beings. The color orange best represents this chakra. It is located in the lower abdomen below the navel. The sacral chakra affects our sense of well-being and sexuality.

Confidence and control belong to the solar plexus chakra, which is located in the upper abdomen near the stomach. Represented by the color yellow, good self-esteem and self- confidence are dependent upon good energy flowing through the solar plexus chakra.

The heart chakra, as you may have guessed, gives us our ability to love. It is represented by the color green, and is located in the center of the chest, slightly above the heart. Emotional issues that are affected by the heart chakra are not only love, but also joy and peace.

Communication relies on the throat chakra. If the throat chakra is blocked, our ability to communicate effectively with the people around us hampered. When it is clear, self-expression and communication come easily. The throat chakra is represented by the color blue.

The third eye chakra is in the center of the forehead, and is represented by the color indigo. This chakra is what gives us our imagination and creativity. Intuition and decision making flow freely when this chakra is clear, but when blocked our judgment and thoughts are muddy.

Finally, the seventh and final chakra is the crown chakra, represented by the color purple. It’s at the top of the skull, and it gives us the ability to connect fully to the spiritual realm. If it’s blocked, the connection is blocked and it can be hard to find direction. Yoga is a good way to learn how to ground yourself and clear any bad energy from your chakras. It frees your mind by stretching your body.

Business owner Digna Love uses her knowledge and expertise to help her clients keep all their chakras clear. Meditation and channeling are a key part of her knowledge base and are important tools for keeping the energy flowing through you.

Digna Love – Two Things to Pay Attention to when Buying Organic Foods

Digna Love studies alternative health at Everglades University. She is very health-conscious, and does her best to buy organic food whenever she can.

There are two important things you want to pay attention to when you start buying organic foods.

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The first one is the name of the farm that your food is coming from. This is important because different farms may have different soils, and different farmers will have different techniques, which will make even the same foods taste differently.

The second one is the names of the varieties of produce that you buy. For example, there are multiple varieties of nectarines and apples. You want to keep track of what you buy and make notes about the varieties that you like most.

Today, even big chains like Whole Foods are specifying the variety of the crops and name of the farm that a crop is coming from. If you are shopping at a farmers’ market and the description tag doesn’t mention the variety, ask the seller about it. Most small farmers come to farmers’ markets themselves, and striking a conversation is a great way to meet the person that is growing your food, and learn more about the food and the farm that grows it.

Not all varieties of foods grow in all parts of the United States. You can also talk to your local farmers about the varieties that they grow, and their reasons for choosing those varieties. While conventional, non-organic farmers mostly care about yields and size of the crop, organic farmers are much more likely to choose foods that have distinct flavors, and a great nutritional value. This is why Digna Love does her research before buying the food for herself and her family.

 

Digna Love – On Why Organic Foods Taste Differently

Digna Love grew up in St. Lucia, and as a kid had a piece of land behind her home, where she and her brothers farmed corn and coffee.

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One of the things that you need to understand about organic foods is that even the same varieties of organic foods will taste differently. Organic farming isn’t about standardization of everything and anything. Organic farming is focused on strengthening natural ecological properties of the land. Different soils have different features and peculiarities about them. Organic farmers do not use any chemicals, and foods from different farmers grown on different kinds of soils will taste differently. Also, the fertility of the soils of organic farms is usually improved by adding decaying organic matter to it, such as manure and compost.

Returning manure and plant waste into the soil is also a natural thing to do. By doing so, organic farmers complete the cycle of natural biological recycling, and the soil gets more nutrients, passing more of them to plants and livestock.

The differences in flavors of organic foods also occur because of different farming practices used by different farmers. For example, one tomato grower may choose to keep the side shoots that arise in the stems, while another may be removing them on a regular basis.

This is why you want to know who grows your food and how they do it. No matter what the advertising from the big corporations is trying to convey, you and only you should be the sole judge of what tastes good to you, and what foods you choose to eat. The real tastemakers and trendsetters have always been the people who didn’t care much about what the majority was telling them to do. This is why Digna Love chooses healthy, organic foods, and doesn’t pay much attention to advertising from big corporations.

 

Digna Love – Sacred Geometry and the Golden Ratio

Digna Love is a certified realm reader and a healer, passionate about angels, stones, alchemy, and sacred geometry.

Sacred geometry attributes metaphoric and sacred significance to certain geometric ratios, figures, and rules. One of such rules is the golden ratio.

The golden ratio is the unique ratio found in various objects and figures such that the ratio of the whole to the larger part of the object is the same as the ratio of the larger part of the object to the smaller part. Numerically, the golden ratio is equal to 1.6180339887498948482. This number is also known as phi.
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It is not known who and when discovered the golden ratio, but the ratio does appear throughout the human history.

The Great Pyramid of Egypt closely follows the golden ratio proportions.

Greek mathematician and sculptor Phidias studies the golden ratio and applied it to the design of his sculptures.

Plato said that the golden ratio is the most binding of all mathematical discoveries and relationships.

Phi appears in petals as a part of the ideal packing arrangement. Each petal in flowers is placed at 0.618 per turn out of a 360-degree circle, thus maximizing the exposure of petals to sunlight.

One can also find phi in the head of a flower. The seeds are usually positioned in the center, moving towards the edge to fill all the space. Sunflower is a perfect example of the spiraling patterns that are based on the golden ratio.

The seed pods on a pinecone are arranged in a similar way. Patterns that are based on the same principles also exist on pineapples and cauliflower.

Born and raised on the island of St. Lucia, Digna Love witnesses a lot of interesting patterns in nature that made her curious about their meanings.

Digna Love – The Sacred Geometry of the Egyptian Pyramids

Digna Love wanted to become a healer since she was a child. She believes in alchemy, the power of stones, and sacred geometry.

Sacred geometry assigns mystical meanings to certain geometric shapes, figures, proportions, and numbers.

The Egyptian Pyramids, including the Great Pyramid of Gaza, are a standing monument of the sacred geometry. To this day, a lot of questions remain about how the pyramids were built, how long it took to build them, and how the builders were able to achieve a level of precision this high.

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As of 2008, different scientific sources say that there are either 118 or 138 discovered Egyptian pyramids. The Great Pyramid of Gaza is included in this count, and is the oldest and the only one of the seven wonders of the ancient world that is still standing today. It was built by the Egyptians in the third century B.C. Just like many other pyramids, the Great Pyramid of Gaza was built to honor a dead pharaoh.

The Great Pyramid of Gaza is the largest of the three pyramids in the Gaza pyramid complex. Scientists say that at construction the Great Pyramid was originally 480.6 feet or 146.5 meters tall. Its present height is 455.4 feet. Each side of the pyramid is 755.9 feet long. The pyramid is estimated to weigh 5.9 million tons. Building the pyramid in twenty years would mean that approximately 800 tons of stone were needed to be installed every single day. Many of the inner chamber blocks of the Great Pyramid are arranged with great accuracy. Based on the assessments of the scientists, the mean openings of the joints are only 1/50 of an inch wide.

The Great Pyramid remained the tallest building in the world for over thirty-eight centuries, and was surpassed in height only by the Spire of Lincoln Cathedral that was built in Lincoln, England, around the year 1300.

The design of the Great Pyramid contains the three most important numbers in mathematics: Pi, phi, and e. English Egyptologist, Finders Petrie, claimed the slope angle of the Great Pyramid to be 51.85 degrees. The sine, cosine, and tangent of this angle are directly related to Pi and phi, while the number e comes from a very simple manipulation with the Pyramid’s angles.

It is important to keep in mind that according to modern science, e was discovered in 1618.

Another way to experience the sacred geometry while analyzing the Great Pyramid is to pay attention to its relative proportions. Its form is a square contained in a circle. This is a problem that generations of mathematicians unsuccessfully tried to solve.

The Pyramid also contains many other interesting numbers. Inscribing an equilateral triangle inside of the Pyramid gives a figure with an edge 555.5 feet long. The largest square that fits into the Pyramid encodes two circles with a circumference of 666.6 feet each. Circumscribing the Pyramid’s elevation triangle gives the circle with a diameter of 777.7 feet.

All these numbers clearly show that sacred geometry contains knowledge that we don’t have, which is why Digna Love is so interested in it.