I really like this thought. Being a Reiki master, I often purposely soak up the energy of the moon and allow my body to just tingle and feel lighter. Try it sometime. Stare into the moon, close your eyes, take a few deep breaths, and just imagine that the same energy that creates the tides is also moving in and through you, filling every cell, pulling on you just the tiniest bit. Also know that, according to the laws of physics, the entire magnetic energy of the moon is there even if the sun is only reflecting a quarter-moon, for example.
And what works even better than the moon (best, for me, when used WITH the moon) is when I think about the people I love – when I really project love towards them. When I do this, my body starts tingling and it feels like I could lean back and be picked up by a cloud. Some people wish they could be loved. Well, I feel the most love when I’m the one sending it out to people.
I digress. Pardon me for that new age moment.
Helen breaks into song, “Are you lonesome tonight?” She is no Celine Dion, but with the nifty musical accompaniment, she actually sounded pretty good. Everyone stared into the moon while she sang and it was quite touching. Clay denied crying but it was nice to see that he really was. Kudos to the producers for one of the best moments, emotion-wise, of the whole series.
Reward Challenge Reunions
The reward challenge begins with them sitting in portable recliner/lawn chair things in front of a TV. (Being the practical person that I am, my first thought was, “Dang, that must be one long extension cord for them to watch TV way out in the middle of the jungle.”)
Jeff Probst explains that there are no loved ones on the island but that he did ask them to send a video. Everyone got to see a quick sneak peak of the videos, causing each person to get all emotional.