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Old 12-13-13   #21
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try me, I know how to use my heart to see and know things
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Old 12-14-13   #22
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I have friends, brother and sister, who are Cherokee and he is a Flute Player and Dancer. I hope to be able to go see him Play and Dance one of these days.
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Then you have answered your own question. It is not knowing the words, memorizing songs or what ever. It all means seeing with and using your Heart.
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Then you have answered your own question. It is not knowing the words, memorizing songs or what ever. It all means seeing with and using your Heart.
my questions was if U want to share some of your experiences! we all learn from sharing, just open to discussion and learning here
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As you explore my videos, you will see some of my experiences on location.:

http://youtu.be/xl_hmthYolQ
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OMG loving your video...........U are talented in many ways my friend
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I'd like to see a more indepth answer to EntwintedSoul's questions. If the end all and be all is as you say "seeing with your heart", I'd say everyone here has already accomplished that. Does this make us all medicine people?
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I'd like to see a more indepth answer to EntwintedSoul's questions. If the end all and be all is as you say "seeing with your heart", I'd say everyone here has already accomplished that. Does this make us all medicine people?
I don't know whether I ever have, in all honesty. Then again, maybe it's just because I don't really know what the phrase means. I can see with my eyes, although the amount of time I've spent in front of a monitor has made me a bit short sighted.

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I'd like to see a more indepth answer to EntwintedSoul's questions. If the end all and be all is as you say "seeing with your heart", I'd say everyone here has already accomplished that. Does this make us all medicine people?

In a manner of speaking, Yes. You have taken the 1st important step. All the rest comes later and the Heart is the foundation. There is no reason why you can't be a "Medicine Person". Some times it is a person like you, that puts the officially approved "Medicine People" on their Ear.
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It's difficult for me to see with my heart, for one I have to walk around shirtless. Two, it lacks any optical capacity, and last but not least.... It's rather inconvenient to turn my head off.

But when I do....It's awesome, I didn't know others could do this too! Does this mean I'm not special anymore?
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