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I'm Working On Realizing Coincidents According To Celestine Prophecy

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That was really weird what happened to me today. I don't know, if you guys have heard about the books of Celestine's Prophecy. I already read them almost 10 years ago and found them very interesting. And now, that the first Celestine movie will come into the movie theaters this spring I thought I kind of reread the books and work with the exercise books again. First it teaches you to realize energy flows, auras and to recognize weird coincidents.

Well, I thought, this was pretty weird today while I went shopping. I found something that I first promised to look for, but then forgot about it.

Actually I was looking for a cheap pair of sneakers. So on my "cheap-sneaker-mission" I went from looking for them from Kohl's and BonTon to Ross. By the time I was searching the aisles in Ross I suddenly felt really nauseous and looked for the bathroom. When I left the bathroom I went back the same way and as I passed the one aisle I looked to the right upper shelf. Not only did I look there by incident, but from the 100 books or so the ONE book was standing right there with the cover towards me:

"The gluten, wheat & dairy free cookbook"

I stopped for a moment and then I was grabbing this book like I was crazy or so, afraid somebody else could grab it, before I could. Speechless I realized, that this was the one and only of its kind standing in this shelf and this shop. How rare, normally you would have to order them or look in specialty food stores like Healthy Grocer or so for them. I didn't mention the coolest thing yet. Two days ago I found out the son of somebody in the JuJitsu class has all symptoms of celiac disease. His dad although concentrated on sugar and maybe lactose free, only his mom seamed to be convinced, that this is celiac, when I talked to her about it. So I gave them a little brochure I had for a while, but in my opinion is very poor written. And I mentioned to them, that I will look for something, that explains the link from lactoseintolerant to celiac, but then I forgot about it. And today my way passed miraculously THIS book. Of course I bought it, it also only was 5.29 dollars.

What a sign...lol!

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That's funny Stef,

I probably had that exact same book in my hands about a week ago. After going to the matinee of Narnia, my wife convinced me to walk across the parking lot to TJ Maxx and Ross's where I picked up the book. I didn't buy it - In fact I got distracted by some BBQ books, and then some nice cookware Robin was picking out.

Good deals at those stores!

Just to clarify, I forgot my signature doesn't say we are living in Carlisle. When I said the exact same book, I literally meant it :D

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That was really weird what happened to me today. I don't know, if you guys have heard about the books of Celestine's Prophecy. I already read them almost 10 years ago and found them very interesting. And now, that the first Celestine movie will come into the movie theaters this spring I thought I kind of reread the books and work with the exercise books again. First it teaches you to realize energy flows, auras and to recognize weird coincidents.

Well, I thought, this was pretty weird today while I went shopping. I found something that I first promised to look for, but then forgot about it.

Actually I was looking for a cheap pair of sneakers. So on my "cheap-sneaker-mission" I went from looking for them from Kohl's and BonTon to Ross. By the time I was searching the aisles in Ross I suddenly felt really nauseous and looked for the bathroom. When I left the bathroom I went back the same way and as I passed the one aisle I looked to the right upper shelf. Not only did I look there by incident, but from the 100 books or so the ONE book was standing right there with the cover towards me:

"The gluten, wheat & dairy free cookbook"

I stopped for a moment and then I was grabbing this book like I was crazy or so, afraid somebody else could grab it, before I could. Speechless I realized, that this was the one and only of its kind standing in this shelf and this shop. How rare, normally you would have to order them or look in specialty food stores like Healthy Grocer or so for them. I didn't mention the coolest thing yet. Two days ago I found out the son of somebody in the JuJitsu class has all symptoms of celiac disease. His dad although concentrated on sugar and maybe lactose free, only his mom seamed to be convinced, that this is celiac, when I talked to her about it. So I gave them a little brochure I had for a while, but in my opinion is very poor written. And I mentioned to them, that I will look for something, that explains the link from lactoseintolerant to celiac, but then I forgot about it. And today my way passed miraculously THIS book. Of course I bought it, it also only was 5.29 dollars.

What a sign...lol!

*chills* you've def caught the 'vibe'! funny, I've been thinking about this series lately (read it about the same time you did for the first time) and have been telling myself that I NEED TO PAY MORE ATTENTION!!! And here I've found this post!....coinkydink? I think NOT!!! :lol:

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