CONSCIOUS INK ON A MISSION
TEMPORARY ON THE SKIN. INDELIBLE ON THE SOUL.
Can a temporary tattoo leave a lasting impression on our disposition? Solidify our intentions and affirmations? Make a permanent mark on the world? Crazy as it may seem to some, Conscious Ink founder Frank Gjata, offers an enthusiastic yes! Conscious Ink is on a mission is to spread love and raise consciousness around the world, one body at a time!
Of course, these are no ordinary tats. And we’re no ordinary temporary tattoo company. In fact, we’re not a temporary tattoo company at all. We’re a consciousness company that utilizes temporary tattoos, hats, and everything we can get our hands on, to support people on their path!
Conscious Ink Manifestation Temporary Tattoos consist of a dream list of positive words, inspiring quotes, healing affirmations and empowering invitations. Even at the most basic level, these messages can have a profound effect on us by simply reminding us of our intentions as we go about our day. Not to mention how they may impact those fortunate enough to get a glimpse of your provocative ink and its message. Perhaps, gifting them with the exact sign they need in that exact moment! Pretty cool.
Of course, the influence of these positive messages can extend much deeper. Read about the latest research on the mind/body connection here. (See videos on Dr. Emoto’s research on how even water molecules are impacted by our thoughts, words, and feelings.)
Now let’s consider aesthetics for a minute. Plain and simple, these are beautiful tattoos that look like the real thing. We don’t think there’s anything superficial about beauty. Each Conscious Ink Manifestation Tattoo has been thoughtfully designed specifically to convey the essence of the word, quote or affirmation.
Aside from never having to worry about getting your Conscious Ink tattoo painfully removed, another benefit of the temporary aspect is that you can change them out as often as your mood, or as you shift from one intention to another. Nor will you get immune from the power of the messages like you might if they were permanent. Our tattoos are safe, non-toxic, and exceed safety standards for the US/FDA, Canada and the EU. Made in the USA. They contain no animal products. No testing on animals.
So join us! Let’s raise our consciousness, so we can uplift the world!
Here are a few of mine:
I have been subscribed to the DAILY OM daily email for years. Only because I swear they have hidden a listening device in my home to get the scoop on what I'm talking about, and then they send me (and thousands of others) an email that is directly related to how to positively deal with it - - just about every day. It is way too creepy to ignore so I read it, faithfully, every day.
Right on cue.... here is a copy of their Horoscope email for LEOs for July 1st. (I have to go find that microphone now.)
On June 20, 2018, My 3,443 Day Nightmare Has Ended in a Miracle thanks to Shands Hospital at the University of Florida
Under the heading of, "YOU ARE NEVER GOING TO BELIEVE THIS......."
All went better than expected yesterday at the UF Health Shands in Gainesville. The staff at the Movement Disorder and Neurorestoration Center is incredible. Their protocol was unlike any I had been through in the past three attempts at other well known facilities that offer Deep Brain Stimulation surgery I so desperately needed as a Stage 4 Early Onset Parkinson's Disease patient.
My day began with one hour of PT with Alison Kraus, PT, DPT, NCS, and one hour of OT with (my personal guardian angel) Heather Simpson, MOT, OTR/L. I then saw my doctor, Wissam Deeb, MD, who together with the two other health professionals worked as a team to properly diagnose. Dr. Deeb had the very good fortune to deliver unexpected, jaw dropping news to me. I am not able to share the results with you at the moment, but I promise I will soon.
This open letter is to thank the unending love and support from the hundreds on my support team that were praying hard for a miracle. We got one. I lived 3,443 days as a Parkinson's patient. My decade long struggle has a final twist that (just like in a movie) leads me with no forewarning, to a happy ending; one reserved for Miracles from God books.
I am overwhelmed, blessed, and dumbfounded. I have accepted God's miracle with blind faith and am allowing myself some private time to process the last 48 hours.
I go between elation and crying and back. I still have work to do, but its not what you think. I will be back soon to explain what happened.
You seriously are never going to believe this.
I NEVER GAVE UP. Don't you ever, either.........
With joy in my heart,
P.S.: I just re-read my most recent blog posts where I write
DON'T GIVE IN
DON'T GIVE UP
PARKIINSONS WILL NOT WIN
There is a reason everything in life happens, in the order it happens. Their "NO" may have saved me from dying the day that surgery may have been planned. Their "NO" may lead me to the right timing of "YES". Their "NO" may have made me work harder to take care of myself and naturally improve my quality of life in the interim. Their "YES" may have stood in the way of something positive I would have missed out on. Maybe its not time to put holes in my head. Maybe a medicine that will stop my progression will be released and that is what I meant to take. My thoughts are not pointing to sadness. They keep pointing to: Something keeps stopping me from having brain surgery. What? It wasn't supposed to happen today. Why?
Now I know why. The Universe was guiding me to the right answer. My intuition was right on the money!!!!! Trust your gut.
My journey takes me to Dr. Michael Okun and the #1 Team for DBS Surgery at the University of Florida...... Try until we get it done!
This morning at 10 I go off all my meds for 24 hrs. That means living without the help of around 25 pills, capsules and two patches. I already anticipate being paralyzed from full body dystonia. I just hope it comes quickly. The process is painful until it’s done. Then my muscles seize and the pain is gone. The price I have to pay to be evaluated for brain surgery. My fourth attempt. Denied three times in 3 years. I pray for strength and a cure for Parkinson’s for all of us that journey with it. When I recover from this, a life still lived on two feet will be celebrated with gratitude. I assure you.
My appointment is tomorrow morning at the University of Fla Shands Hospital. Thank you to Jim Newman, his wife and daughter for having the compassion and strength to escort me there and hold my hand through it. Thank you Chad Davie and the team at Abbott Labs for your support and calls that got me in to the #1 team for DBS surgery. Without you my sails would have no lift. Thank you to the crew at Conscious Ink. I will wear your tattoos to remind myself to Breathe and be Grateful for this opportunity to add a couple decades to my life. To my YachtCloser family thanks for your love and support that will give me the resources to accomplish this. No one has a better team of guardian angels than me. You are always with me so I don’t have to go this alone.
Truly. Its uncanny how every day they write, they write about my life. This has been going on for years. Even friends at this point agree with me. Have you ever been so in-tune with a site that speaks to you. This one does and sometimes (okay, alot of the time), its creepy. But I listen. This is tomorrow's message.........
The Valley of DespHome : Inspirations : The Valley of DespairBY MADISYN TAYLORAnyone who has walked through the valley of despair and come out of the other side, knows that even in that darkness, seeds of light can be found.
Anyone who has walked through the valley of despair and come out the other side knows that even in that darkness, seeds of light can be found. Often their tendrils reach out of the gloom and into the daylight alongside the journeyer who emerges from that deep sorrow. When we find ourselves in a place of despair, it can help us to know this, so that we don't give up. We can stop, take a deep breath, and remind ourselves that we will find ourselves on the other side of this troubled time, and that we may even emerge with something new to offer.
It seems that despair has been around for as long as humans have been able to express themselves, and many of the great artists, teachers, and visionaries have labored through times of depression and hopelessness. Their words, images, and lives can serve as beacons in the darkness, even if they can't always immediately lead us out. In the end, we must find our own way, and this is why despair often overwhelms us when it comes; we doubt that we have the resources to contend with such a formidable presence all by ourselves. This is when we must come to our own aid and know in our hearts that we have what it takes to keep moving forward in the general direction of the light.
Even though we must ultimately rely on ourselves, this doesn't mean we can't ask for help. Our friends and families can help us, as can our inner guides and helping spirits. They can serve the purpose of a fire that burns throughout the night, keeping us warm, and providing a light by which we might see the changes we may need to make in order to move forward. In addition, there truly are seeds of light inside us, however small, waiting to unfurl their green shoots, if only we will give them the time.
Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve
"Lisa Chalker is One Face of Early Onset Parkinson's Disease. Come along on her journey from symptoms to diagnosis; through treatments and therapies. There are highs and lows, miracles and heart notes, and the determination to never, ever, ever, ever give up on the power of HOPE."