Body Cells that Sing … by Alice ..

Revised; originally published on 2 June 2013 

Dear Ones,

Believe it or not, my body cells have been singing to me sweetly, in tiny, high voices, all together, in a chorus. They don’t all sing at the same time, though …

Generally speaking, a little delegation of cells that are upset for some reason will do the singing. It might be my foot cells, which would like to go for a walk. Or my lung cells, which would like a little more expansion and contraction to feel better. Or my kidney cells, trying to get my attention. Or — you may be familiar with this one — my stomach cells, yearning to fulfill their function in life.

No matter which of my cells are doing the singing, the song is always about how much they love me. They really, really love me and depend on me.

Hearing this song of my cells every day for a while now, I’ve grown very fond of them. Not to mention, when they feel bad, I can’t help but join the chorus.

My body cells for sure don’t like anything new, such as the interplanetary shock wave (of unknown origin) that we experienced this weekend. They’re not all that intellectual — in fact I would say, not at all so — and they are very, very conservative. They just want to be loved.

So I made up a short, short song to help them get past the ups and downs of a changing world (kindly excuse the audio quality):

If you’re feeling something’s a little off kilter, bodywise, it could be your cells are trying to get your attention too. In which case, I hope this tiny song will be of use to you.

If you don’t want to sing the melody, you can just speak to them softly, and reassure them:

My dear little cells,
Divine Mother [or Divine Father] loves you.

I find it has the same effect.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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body cells, talking with body cells,

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