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Nature Abounds – Photos: 183 Retriever Ln Tweed Ontario Waterfront (Water Front) Executive Cottage / House / Home Real Estate For Sale. Investing in this Property – Is an Investment in Life

Nature Abounds – Photos:

183 Retriever Ln Tweed Ontario Waterfront (Water Front) Executive Cottage / House / Home Real Estate For Sale.

Investing in this Property

Is an Investment in Life

Enjoy Nature at your doorstep.

Waterfront property 183 Retriever Ln offers:

magnificent, relaxed, quiet, peaceful country living;

amenities of town – 10 is minutes from town between HWY 7 and HWY 401 – just 35 minutes north of Belleville Ontario;

and activities for the artisans and sportsmen.

Here are some photos that I had on my iphone. 183 Retriever Ln…

Enjoy the photo nature walk:

Two more posts of the property and the sunsets over the lake are:

Sunsets – https://propheticwisdom.wordpress.com/2018/05/05/priceless-sunsets-breathtaking-4-seasons-183-retriever-ln-tweed-ontario-waterfront-water-front-executive-cottage-home-real-estate-for-sale-on-moira-lake-midway-between-madoc-and-tweed-peterbo/

House and Yard in a Tailored Park-Like Setting

https://propheticwisdom.wordpress.com/2018/05/01/real-estate-for-sale-executive-4-season-waterfront-water-front-cottage-home-recreational-3-bed-1-1-2-bath-property-for-sale-on-moira-lake-ontario-just-minutes-south-of-hwy-7-between-madoc-tweed/

Many Thanks, S

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Priceless Sunsets: Breathtaking 4 Seasons – 183 Retriever Ln, Tweed Ontario Waterfront (Water Front) Executive Cottage / Home Real Estate For Sale on Moira Lake midway between Madoc and Tweed, Peterborough and Kingston, Belleville / Prince Edward County, Toronto and Ottawa.

Priceless Sunsets: Breathtaking 4 Seasons

183 Retriever Ln, Tweed Ontario Waterfront (Water Front) Executive Cottage / Home Real Estate For Sale on Moira Lake

Midway between Madoc and Tweed, Peterborough and Kingston, Bancroft and Belleville / Prince Edward County, Toronto and Ottawa.

Although the official listing will be after May 8, 2018 with Team Trudeau from Remax Tweed

http://www.trudeaurealestate.com/

I thought that I’d share some sunset photos that I shot over the years from the from yard. Out of 365 days per year, I’d say 300+ days have remarkable sunsets. Yes!!! Even during the winter.

We had the property landscaped and the 1400 sq’ 3 bed 1 1/2 bath custom house built to maximize views of sunsets while preserving many mature hardwood trees.

Whether in the newly renovated and redecorated open concept Kitchen / Dining / Living Room, in one of the 2 screened gazebos, BBQing on the lakeside party-deck, or strolling along the seasonal spring-fed brook, as the owner of 183 Retriever Ln, you will be treated by the lake’s:stunning sunsets; peacefully still, reflective sunrises; and sparkling mid-day ripples.

The following photos are just a few that I had on my iphone. Enjoy.

I hope that these sunset photos enriched your day. As the new owner of 183 Retriever Ln, you will be blessed by these gorgeous views day by day. The sunsets lift the spirit, put a spring in your step, and inspire positive, reassuring thoughts.

Watch for the listing details soon to be posted and feel free to contact our listing representatives, Jim and Shawna. We are selling because of careers and family responsibilities. Fingers crossed: this property will be yours for many, many years.

Cheers,

S

An earlier additional post of the 183 Retriever Ln with some house and yard photos please see:

https://propheticwisdom.wordpress.com/2018/05/01/real-estate-for-sale-executive-4-season-waterfront-water-front-cottage-home-recreational-3-bed-1-1-2-bath-property-for-sale-on-moira-lake-ontario-just-minutes-south-of-hwy-7-between-madoc-tweed/

For Nature Walk Photos see:

https://propheticwisdom.wordpress.com/2018/05/05/nature-abounds-photos-183-retriever-ln-tweed-ontario-waterfront-water-front-executive-cottage-house-home-real-estate-for-sale-investing-in-this-property-is-an-investment-in-life/


Real Estate For Sale: Executive 4 Season Waterfront (Water Front) Cottage, Home, Recreational 3 Bed 1 1/2 Bath Property For Sale on Moira Lake Ontario, just minutes South of Hwy 7 Between Madoc, Tweed, Ottawa, Toronto and 30 minutes north of Belleville at Hwy 401. Do not miss out on this Investment Opportunity – Deal of a Lifetime.

Real Estate For Sale: 17 Year Old, One of a Kind, Custom Executive 4 Season Waterfront (Water Front) Cottage, Home, Recreational Property For Sale on Moira Lake Ontario, just minutes South of Hwy 7 Between Madoc, Tweed, Ottawa, Toronto and 30 minutes north of Belleville at Hwy 401. Do not miss out on this Investment Opportunity – Deal of a Lifetime.

A short close is possible. That way, you will be able to enjoy the entire summer.

183 Retriever Ln is a 17 year old Custom Built and Designed Home that was inspired by Century + Old French Farmhouses.

It features its own crystal clear 300’+ seasonal spring-fed brook, maturely treed park-like setting with peaceful meditation and relaxation areas dappled with filtered golden sunlight.

The lake is calm and great for skiing, sailing, fishing, swimming or reflecting.

The “puddle-proof” parking space is big enough for 7+ vehicles, your trailer and/or your boat storage.

On the south, fields and forest owned by local farmers and the roadway maintenance crew, provides welcoming strolls in the woods. As a respectful nature lover, you will enjoy the essence of the countryside.

Most neighbours are seasonal and come from the GTA. The property is about 2.5 hours to Ottawa and Toronto.

As the new owner of 183 Retriever Ln, you get the best of both worlds – peaceful, quiet country living and the ability to shop, take part in community events, choose from multiple pubs and eateries, sports, charities, social groups, enjoy times at the local parks. 183 Retriever Ln is about 5 minutes to the groomed snowmobile and atv trail.

Madoc is less than 15 minutes away and Tweed is less than 10 minutes away. Belleville is 35 minutes away and both Peterbourogh and Kingston are about 1 hour away.

If looking for investment property, 183 Retriever Ln is the property you want to seriously consider. Property values have been on the rise over the past few years. Hwy 407 extension and the new road improvements up HWys 62 and 37 make traveling smooth and scenic. As Belleville and Prince Edward County become more popular for people moving from the GTA – so too is the Moira Lake region just a short drive north. This is the right time to buy 183 Retriever Ln.

We are moving due to family responsibilities and careers. This property is a dream of a property. It is well suited as a retreat location, bed and breakfast and/or cottage rental as well.

183 Retriever Ln will be formally listed after May 6, 2018.

Team Trudeau from Remax Tweed will be the listing representatives.

http://www.trudeaurealestate.com/

Be sure to act quickly, this property will not last long – well kept, romantic, fun, quiet and close to amenities. Oh, and you won’t believe the reduced price. Owners are motivated to sell, even before the summer cottage season begins

Many Blessings,

S

Note: new photos of the newly renovated, redecorated and painted rooms will be featured on the official listing.

For Nature walk photos please see:

https://propheticwisdom.wordpress.com/2018/05/05/nature-abounds-photos-183-retriever-ln-tweed-ontario-waterfront-water-front-executive-cottage-house-home-real-estate-for-sale-investing-in-this-property-is-an-investment-in-life/

For Sunset Photos please see:

https://propheticwisdom.wordpress.com/2018/05/05/priceless-sunsets-breathtaking-4-seasons-183-retriever-ln-tweed-ontario-waterfront-water-front-executive-cottage-home-real-estate-for-sale-on-moira-lake-midway-between-madoc-and-tweed-peterbo/


As Above So Below: Can We Really Know the Difference?  If So, Where are We Now? Sterling Sinclair Ponders… October 31, 2017

As Above So Below: Can We Really Know the Difference? If So, Where are We Now? Sterling Sinclair Ponders… October 31, 2017
I’m not going to write about it today, but I was urged by my guides to pose these two questions on this Halloween / Samhain day and night: “Where are We?” “Who are We?”

The promp to consider “As Above So Below” was initially brought to my attention when I went to photograph today’s 2017 Talisman my iPhone6 wanted to photo the ceiling.  It was almost impossible to change the camera lense direction.

2017 Halloween Talisman to Inspire Soul Protection
I will let you sit with the above 2 questions as you view these two photos.  

   
 
If you want to read a bit more about “As Above So Below,” this site explains it quite well: 

Site: Explains As Above So Below
Video: As Above So Below Movie Trailer
Much love and many blessings, S

Happy Halloween!  Happy Samhain!


2017 Halloween Talisman to Inspire Positive Soul Protection: Sterling Sinclair Keeps the Annual Auracature Tradition Alive and Smiling, October 31

2017 Halloween Talisman to Inspire Positive Soul Protection: Sterling Sinclair Keeps the Annual Auracature Tradition Alive and Smiling, October 31
For several years, basically since I began doing Medium and Energy Clearing Work, I have been offering talismans to people on Halloween day and night. 

 Many people are negatively affected by the energies of Halloween night and day.  Why?

The world is a big place and Halloween provides a time in the year whereby people with different motivations celebrate their spiritual beliefs and desires. Slasher movies, canabalism, monsters, necromancy, rituals, hidden faces, accompany the masses trick or treating. It is one of the only times of the year when strangers open their doors to strangers whether it be to give them something to eat and send them on their ways or to invite strangers into their home.  Most activities are fun and happy safe moments that give the masses a time to break from the normal. However, there are people who are frightened, disturbed and become upset by this night. Even families taking the children around door to door, most often end up gossiping, fighting, tired, crying, hot, b–chy, hysterical, sugar high delirious and looking for a stiff drink. 

Personally, I enjoy Halloween. It is the one day a year that I ignore my diabetes. 

If you are one of these people who are negatively affected by this night, maybe a talisman will help. 

Here is this year’s Halloween Talisman,

  
“My Eyes Sparkle

My Soul is My Soul

I Choose Who Sees Me

My Eyes Sparkle

My Soul is My Soul

I Choose Who Sees Me

My Eyes Sparkle

My Soul is My Soul

I Choose Who Sees Me

I Smile a Smile of Joy

I Smile a Smile of Joy

I Smile a Smile of Joy

I Smile a Smile of Joy”
Feel free to print this talisman and stick it around your house, office or simply put it as your computer or mobile screen saver.  You may even print a copy and burn it outside, repeating the above words that were written around the talisman image.  

If this one does not seem to fit you, maybe another one from another year will do the trick:

2016 Halloween Talisman
2014 Halloween Talisman
2013 Halloween Talisman
2012 Halloween Talisman
I can’t seem to find the 2015 Talisman… I wonder where it….

Have yourselves a really safe, fun, and celebratory day and evening. 

Much love and many blessings, S


WTH?  A miracle? Mysterious Woman’s Face Appears in Leg Rash.  Who is it?  Do you know?Sterling Sinclair’s Stigmatic Reactions Continue. Oct 30, 2017

WTH? A Miracle? Mysterious Woman’s Face Appears in Leg Rash.  Who is it? Do You Know?  Sterling Sinclair’s Stigmatic Reactions Continue. Oct 30, 2017  
This morning, October 30, 2017, at about 8:30 am Toronto time, I felt a terrible bite or snip behind my left knee. It stung like some spider bites do.  A couple hours later, it was still really sore and had become itchy.  I was then inspired by my guides to photograph the rash becsuse I could not see it.  I got a family member to take the pic. I laid down on the studio sofa and pulled up my pantleg (as seen the photo above).  As soon as I saw the strange geometric shape of the red rash I was inspired to look at it more closely. I could not believe my eyes. 

I took my pants off to inspect my leg and the inside of my pants. Like, was there something in my pantleg that would have caused shuch a shape?  No!   

So as I looked at the rash more closely, this is what I saw:

  
Do you see it?  Can you see the face in the bottom of the left corner of the rash?

Here are some labeled photos. 

  
  
  
  
  
  
  
Who is this? What does she/he/they want?  Is this an introduction? 

The truth of who or what this is will likely never find a definitive, factual identification but it is really cool. 

Seeing the photos made me think of the man who made a piece of toast and when he took it out from being toast, there before him was a portrait of Jesus Christ charred into the slice of toast.  

  
Video: Portrait of Jesus Christ Appears on a Slice of Toast
This isn’t the first thing like this to happen to me.  I used to ooze from bumps in my hands/wrists every Good Friday.  For many, many years, one bump on each hand would progressively grow during Lent and by Easter Monday Morning, they would be totally healed. For at least 20 years, I manifested the crucifixion story.  My stigmatic reaction to Lent would both anger me and freak me out. Why did I have to reveal the nail wounds that JC recieved at His crucifixion story is told?  Was it simply my reaction to the overwhelmingly vast Christian rituals related to the crucifixion story?  I pleaded for help on this blog.  About 15 healers contacted me and they somehow stopped my reaction.  It has been a few years now that my hands do not weep as they did. Wow, I am sure grateful. 

About 5 years ago over a 20 day period of time during January, I recieved a forehead scar that progressively grew from my right eyebrow up into my hairline (which receided as the scar appeared).  I’d wake every morning and this perfectly healed and faded scar appeared longer and longer like a tree sapling reaching for the sun.  Now over the last 5 weeks, the scar has been extending into my hairline.  It is like it is pushing my hair out of the way.  Yes, I am rappidly losing hair.  

  
Although this is a poor photo, you can see how the scar is from some kind of cut at least through my facial muscles.  

Just imagine trying to go to sleep afraid that something is manifesting the scar or someone is surgically cutting you while you sleep.  Dreams and fantasies are one thing.   Not recalling any dreams and waking up to fully healed scars is another. 

When I was younger, especially from 17 to 35 years old, I would frequently wake up with bleeding or scabbed perfect geometric shapes in my skin. Sometimes, they were little dots like needle pokes that formed the shapes.  In 1995, 2 bumps / marks began to festor.  I dug out a metal chip.  I cut the pimple like sores and out came a flat black metalic chip about 2-3mm square.  

There are many theories about these happenings.  The most popular reasons relate to extraterrestrial manipulation and experimentation.  But there remains no deffinitive answer. 

My life is never boring and is seldom representative of the stereotypical human life.  

I wonder what will show up next.  

Much Love, S


Do Taboo Deaths Require Silent Grief? Sterling Sinclair Posts about his Nephew’s Death by Suicide Twice on Facebook and Receives One Condolence Comment.  Is such a Response Expected?  If so, why? October 24, 2017

Do Taboo Deaths Require Silent Grief? Sterling Sinclair Posts about his Nephew’s Death by Suicide Twice on Facebook and Receives One Condolence Comment. October 24, 2017  
  

To be fair, my post was a comment with a link to the following post regarding both mention of my nephew’s death and the topic of suicide.  It wasn’t a “I’m feeling down today because I miss him” post, which would have invited a supportive response.  I wrote the post in such a way because I felt that maybe he may be able to save a life out there.  

Link: to the Blog Post Regarding Suicide and the Death of Sterling’s Nephew
I have a Master of Divinity from Victoria University and the University of Toronto. I concentrated my studies and training on counselling – primarily grief/death & dying/infirm/hospice.  

Taboo topics were seldom raised in the university classrooms but were common concerns during my training. The secret pain people carried became even more so prevalent as the people I visited grew older or faced their own approaching death. 

One of the most powerful lessons that I learned was that as we face our own death, we begin to purge ourselves from our guilt, negative perceptions, awful memories, hate, and more than anything else – suppressed grief. 

Before we die, we grieve.

As for accidental death, it is difficult to confirm this pre-death grieving process but if we take a moment and reel back the days before our loved one died by accident, we often recall him/her/they making grief and/or other purge related statements.  

Sometimes, we recall the person’s behaviour changing in ways indicative of the purge.  

We more often than not discount or let the statements and behaviours flow on by. We all do. If you did and missed the signs, you are not alone. With no context – without knowing that an accident is to happen – we simply miss the clues. We must not beat ourselves up if this happened to us.  

When I began offering private spiritual sessions (once I hung up my collar) I was shocked to find the extent of secret pain people carried. I have sat with over 2000 people and well over 80% of them carried this grief. In the cases whereby discussion revolved around the topic, almost all of the people were uplifted after purging or revealing the pain that had been long hidden. 

The most traumatizing pain appeared to be related to taboo causes of death. They were revealed in this decreasing magnitude of silence.

1/ terminating the life of one’s own child (death by accident, termination of pregnancy including miscarriage and abortion, and not noticing the signs that could have possibly stopped the death).

2/ suicide

3/ overdose or laced drug

4/ alcoholism

5/ abuse

6/ murder

So it is no wonder that my posts regarding suicide and the anniversary of my nephew’s death were met with one condolence comment. 

One may be surprised by this list but it appeared in this order over and over again. With that said, many women have argued that they have no grief due to abortion. I have been in enough sessions to witness this to be untrue with the majority of my clients who have terminated their pregnancies. It is for this reason that such death (again considered not death by some because they hold the opinion that an unborn child is not alive), is one that involved suppressed grief. I don’t want to side rail this post with the topic of abortion but I felt that I needed to address the controversy.

Nonetheless, we as a culture of selective public grieving pick and choose what is okay and not okay to grieve over. We have our limits to the type and amount of pain that we can handle. We don’t want to hurt other people’s feelings and we don’t want to publicly portray ourselves as monsters, weak, frail, neglectful, bad, people.  

Many of us are unwilling to mention a topic of suicide and when we do, we wash ourselves clean of any guilt or wrongdoing by posting “get help” phone lines and sharing mental health posts. No matter how we paint the picture, if our loved one dies, we deal with it. No matter the level of pain and loss, we experience pain and loss. 

The silence regarding these taboo deaths needs to stop. They need to be pulled out of our closets and thrown into the centre of the street. In so doing, we can more openly support each other. The silence and secrecy and suppression of our grief, feeds debilitating and self-deprecating thoughts. Our behaviours toward others, especially our loved ones is altered, and far too often altered negatively.   

I knew a man who accidentally ran over his child at a construction site.  He never remembered doing it.   He never could find his way again. Everyone suffered. It was almost never spoken of as the years passed. He grieved alone at night, in the truck driving to work, and in prayer. He built a wall around himself and yet at nighttime when alone, he cried himself to sleep for many years. 

I know a woman whose father shot off his head.  She was a young woman with children and young siblings. She still cannot remove from her memory of cleaning up the remains of her parent. She wanted to do so quickly so that her family would not have to see it too. She changed that day, so too likely her siblings and extended family. She felt that she needed to be strong and silent. She turned to alcoholism and she took her grief-fed-pain and turned it into abusive anger. Only a few people knew of the extent of her pain. Now that she grows older, the nightmares are visiting and interrupting her sleep. She even sleeps in another room from her husband because she doesn’t want him to witness these unconscious expressions of her secrets.

We all deal with death in our own ways. Most of the time, we need to keep on getting on. We need to survive and we need to care for our surviving loved ones. We need to keep moving forward. Let’s face it, getting back to everyday, regular activities can be good medicine but not at the expense of our grief.  

I am kind of hurt that only one friend gave their condolences on Facebook when I posted, but I understand any of the reasons why they may not have wanted to do so.  

  

With that said, I think some friends expressed their condolences by “liking” the post.  Also, I felt heard, however, because some friends shared the post.  It was very brave of them to do so because if just mentioning grieving due to one of these taboo ways to die, then posting about it on social media is waaaaaaaay taboo.  
The point that I wanted to make with this blog post is that whether a friend’s loved one died of a long life struggling with cancer or whether a friend’s loved one died due to suicide, the friend is still grieving over the death of their loved one.  
If we are to remove the taboo label off of certain causes of death, we must as a society view death as death no matter how someone dies. In so doing, we may more openly support each other as we, in our own ways, grieve over the deaths of our loved ones. 
Let go of the shackles of silence.  
We can move beyond this, 

S