What is a Symbala? The Symbala World of Lahrinda Eileen Lahrinda's Personal Symbala

New Home for Me, Too!

October 4th, 2009

Recently, my life has been full of change and transformations.  I have been challenged to live my principles time and again.  Each time I do that, scary as it feels, the outcome always feels expanding and in resonance with my essential self.         

I was living in a happy and comfortable environment for over 5 years, not ideal, but very cozy and affordable.  My landlady, Bettie, became a good friend and supporter of my art over the years.  She turned 94 this spring and her health took a turn for the worse not too long after her birthday.

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When she didn’t spring back after a few months, her¬†daughter decided¬†it was time to install a fulltime caregiver in my top floor sanctuary and I was given my notice on August 3rd.¬† Here was a challenge of the first order!¬† Bettie‚Äôs friendship was irreplaceable, but I had to find a new space for myself, my business and my very large movie collection.¬† I also loved and had to let go of the neighborhood and my feline friend, Pretty Feet (Bettie‚Äôs cat). ¬†¬†Here‚Äôs a picture of her in what used to be a favorite spot ‚Äst the back of my computer chair!

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I was in a grieving process of letting go of so many things, near and dear.  But I also realized I had been given a gift, the gift of change which always makes way for new energies and experiences. 

August became a blur of memories, packing and searching.

However, by asking for what I wanted and working with the Law of Attraction a novel idea came to me – it was finally time to stop renting!¬† I narrowed my search to affordable mobile homes and within 2 or 3 days had found just what I was looking for.¬† I knew it was my right place because everything just flowed easily once I made the decision.¬† My friend, Madeline Gerwick, the ‘Good Timing Guide’ lady, was a help in so many ways, not least in her suggestions for good days and times for closings and signings.¬†

Friends volunteered for the moving part and I didn’t even have to rent a truck to move to my new home about 10 miles south in SeaTac (south Seattle area near the airport, but amazingly quiet).¬† It all got done in one day and even before my moving deadline!¬† It’s older and not fancy, but it’s all mine and I love it!¬† Here are some pictures of my ‘White Palace’ (thanks, Teresa).

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This is my friend, Michael,¬†in the kitchen before I moved and here’s the kitchen after I moved in.

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This is the living room window group that looks over a honeysuckle bush frequented by hummingbirds.  When I saw that I really knew I was in my right place.

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There were many perks for me personally about my new place.¬† The joys of my own roomy laundry room, a regular kitchen with a full size refrigerator, stove top and oven, lots of built-in book shelves, plenty of extra storage, a covered carport and mail delivered right to my door!¬† Ah, it’s the little things that add up to a happy home.

With Loving Resonance,  Lahrinda

Featured Symbala of the Month, October 2009

October 3rd, 2009

Arlene Arnold 

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HAPPINESS IS CONTAGIOUS!

October 2nd, 2009

We have so many reasons to be happy! I believe in HAPPINESS and rather than listening to news and other fear-based conduits I focus my attention on manifesting more personal joy which always spreads. Did you know that it has now been proven scientifically that HAPPINESS IS CONTAGIOUS? One of the ways I have to spread this joy is by creating Symbalas!

Now more than ever is the time to remember that we are the center of our manifested world and we fill it with the focus of our attention, our beliefs and our imagination. And it is all right NOW, not in the future or the past. Take a break from the news. Put your attention on a Symbala and relax, shift and reconnect with All That Is.

For a better understanding of what’s going on with Symbalas, take a look at the Symbala Manual. Allan Harris did a splendid job of researching, interviewing, organizing and writing this manual. I contributed, but he did the lion’s share. The manual is intended as a reference: where did Symbalas come from and some inspiration and suggestions for their use. This manual can be printed out for your use and/or sent to a friend. It’s very versatile!

This time period is showing many of us quite clearly that the old ways/paradigms aren’t working any more – at least, not in a satisfying, joyful manner. Many of us feel as if we’re straddling at least two worlds and the feeling is distinctly unsettling. Seeing through different lenses is critical. Our vocabulary sets the stage for building new paradigms. To release concepts that don’t fit our intentions, let go of words that don’t resonate.¬† I¬†have gone¬†through the whole website making such changes to reflect my own ‘attituning’. When necessary, create new words to carry your intentions. It’s great fun!¬† Also, one of the main purposes of a Symbala is to be a focal point lens for intention. Supported by the universal structure of the Golden Proportion, contemplation of a Symbala allows you to attune to new harmonies.

With Loving Resonance,

Lahrinda Eileen

New Gallery of Symbalas

October 1st, 2009

My website has been growing and now when you go to the Symbala Galleries, you will find 4 separate Galleries, instead of 3!

The newest Gallery is for the 53 Symbalas of the Life Path Collection. I spent months working on this large body of work and am pleased to add it to the growing number of Symbalas offered.

Inspired by the ancient mystery system now called the Destiny Cards by Robert Lee Camp, these symbols are hidden in plain sight, disguised as our everyday deck of playing cards! They contain great wisdom for self-awareness. Each card/Life Path Symbala is linked to one or more days of the year, thus your birthday! Take a journey through the Gallery and find your own Life Path Symbala.

With Loving Resonance,

Lahrinda Eileen

Welcome to the World of Symbalas!
Symbalas provide poetry and music for the eyes and a feast for the soul. Each Symbala is a focal point which can uplift and bring balance. The senses are immersed and energy is renewed. The experience can bring insight, transformation and a more conscious, centered and creative life.

Your journey now begins with a brief introduction –
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NEW FEATURE Introducing the Solfeggio Tones Meditation Gallery.

Solfeggio Tones, a key to the Universe: you can use the tones and the 9 Symbalas I drew for them to find harmony, health and well-being.

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