This is a chapter from her book. I really enjoyed it and loved her writing style!
This is a chapter from her book. I really enjoyed it and loved her writing style!
A few weeks ago I offered to do some energy healing for a friend. He had been experiencing sharp pains and was so concerned about he had sought out medical tests to rule out any serious health challenges. I used a technique I learned in 1987, from a healer and man who channeled, too. He combined Huna techniques he had learned in Hawaii, reflexology, acupressure and Reiki to create this technique. He called it NET, Natural energy therapy. I am a Reiki master but I love and prefer using the form of healing he taught over using my reiki modality. I still call in Reiki energy but also much more, working with the client, any beings of light assisting him/her as well as working with Spirit and any beings of light working with me.
I understand that it is Spirit doing the work and my role is as a midwife. It is also up to the person receiving the healing to allow it to happen, to align with releasing blocks and old wounds to make room for healing to take place. I often will send musical notes, breath, and other creatures and natural elements in to assist the work. I use handholds around the body pulling out disharmonious energy and then allowing healing harmonious energy to flow in and take its place. At times I do shamanic work and psychic healing, working with the person to release an old wound or energy whether it is from this lifetime or another. Again, I am only the midwife. Healing happens between the person and Spirit.
When I am done moving around the body, I then do the same process with specific chakras (energy centers), then balance the chakras, raise the energy in the chakras and then end by placing colors into the aura that the soul requests.
This session with my friend was quite profound. I knew and could feel that he was ready to release this pain and I could feel him aligned with the healing 100%. What a joy! At the end, his pain was gone completely. I found out today, that weeks later, it remains gone.
I am in awe of this work, very honored to be a channel for it, and so grateful that my friend allowed it to take place. I’m so grateful to have been led to that teacher in 1986 and to be able to study with him while he was alive. I feel blessed every day for this path I’ve been led to walk since early childhood. Health and wholeness is our true state, as we are meant to vibrate in harmony, in love and in joy.
I really enjoy Carol Tuttle’s work. I have enjoyed her newsletter, short videos, courses and books. It has been helpful for me to reclaim and honor my true nature. I never enjoyed various typing methodologies such as the Meyer Briggs typing or the process that types people as a green, blue, etc. One of my business offerings is taking team building into businesses. I preferred using movement improvisational exercises so each person could have aha’s about their different perspectives and tendencies. So I was surprised that I enjoyed Carol’s energy typing so much.
I grew up very hyper, loving to always be dancing, singing, moving, talking, humming and my movements were quick, just as my thinking processes are quick. This movement was too much for my more still parents and I often got in trouble for my movement and it seemed like joy wasn’t acceptable. So learning to reclaim that part of myself through Carol’s work was very healing for me.
I have studied and used energy medicine healing for years, too, in my therapy practice. I have seen how powerful imagery can be for people. This technique that Carol teaches here is short and quick! Try it and let me know how it feels for you and any changes or understandings that arise for you.
What came up for me in watching this video was my start in life as a premature baby. My Mother needed to have a cesarean delivery and her doctor wanted to go on vacation so delivered me a month early. This was a rocky start for me as my lungs weren’t fully developed and ultimately it led to severe asthma. But I see also, that it created this energy around never being able to complete things, feeling like I am pushed and the support falls out at the end for my endeavors, and I’m left struggling with it on my own. I have done much healing around this issue and things have been shifting for me tremendously. But in watching this short video, I see now where this pattern of mine started. It was like I was always playing catch up in my life, and/or I just rushed ahead, feeling like time was running out and I needed to complete things very hastily as the opportunity might not last long.
So please, use this short technique and let me know how it works for you!
This is very sweet!
The pain, the joy, the sweet smells, the luscious green grass, the animals, the children’s laughter, biting into a peanut-butter filled chocolate truffle, the tossing and turning at night, the smile on his face after something I said, the fleece blanket I was curled under as I read “Desert Solitaire”, the shadows against the garage at 6:00 in the evening, the pain in my leg muscles after an indoor soccer game, the depression I felt on a beautiful sunny afternoon, the longing I feel for a place that I remember I came from, the attachments that I feel towards my dreams, the sounds and smells of my housemate cooking, the cute little eight-year old girl that just came knocking at my front door to break me out of my musings to ask, “Do you have a plastic fork or a balloon, I’m on a scavenger hunt….” Aren’t we…
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Yesterday my circumstances and arising situations led me to a huge AHA. I believe we choose our parents based on what our soul desires to learn, as well as choosing our circumstances, so that our soul can heal old wounds and recover its divinity and sense of oneness. I looked at the harshness I had chosen, with a body close to death often, struggling to breathe for days at a time, undergoing painful treatments and tests, along with scary and lonely emergency room and hospital stays. I piled onto that several injuries and accidents. Along with this harshness, like many, I had wounded parents who really didn’t belong together.
My Mother grew up physically and verbally abused by her Father, then chose my Father to marry, a man who verbally abused her more along with having affairs. This was my model of relationships; so needless to say, my relationship choices weren’t great either. I grew up with my parent’s judgments reflecting their own battles with self-esteem and self-love. But I see how all of this was chosen by my soul to heal the many lifetimes I had been killed for doing my spiritual healing work, so it was all perfect.
Yesterday I looked at how most people in the world grew up with similar harsh situations as that is the structure that has ruled the world for a very long time. Buddha talked of the suffering we experience, not as a necessary experience but as the result of our distorted thinking, and seeming separation from God. Jesus also talked of the importance of keeping our focus on God, which is our true self and destiny, not when we die, but right now as we dismantle this darkness that has enveloped us and the world.
I see that we are all in the process of throwing off the mantle of struggle, lack, limitation, enslavement, violence and separation. We are all in the process of reclaiming our sovereignty, freedom and joy. And I believe this will usher in softness, ease and harmony.
Can you imagine truly feeling loved, just as you are, feeling it deeply inside? Can you imagine feeling safe and secure, knowing that your neighbor, people from other countries, people from other planets, are trustworthy, come in peace and are truly just another version of you? Can you imagine all your needs taken care of, plenty of healthy food to eat, a comfortable home, clean water, supportive environment? Can you imagine expressing the truth and beauty of you, unhindered, blissfully?
I feel this is the world that we are presently creating. Doesn’t it feel soft, comfortable, comforting?
Please join me in this meditation today, May 25, 2013. It is time for us to claim the light for this planet and transform it forever. We have the power. Click on the link “Portal 2012” and you will see the article and the suggested meditation.
I am going to take part in the first official cyber intention circle with Tony Burroughs, on Sunday, May 26th. I came to Sedona to be here for this full moon/lunar eclipse and had a couple events I had already chosen to be a part of, but then this invitation came in to join this first cyber circle and it ended up being scheduled for Sunday. I’m very excited about this week.
Everything I’ve read has talked of what a powerful week this is and what a powerful full moon it will be. Some talk of a portal opening on the 25th. Worldwide meditations are planned to focus on world transformation and peace. Others talk of how this full moon is about truly opening up for a new beginning, as we move forward to receive and claim our Christed selves, letting the old limitations fall away.
As part of preparing for this first Intention cyber circle, I watched a you tube video that was their beta test of using Google Hangouts for their cyber circle. The protocol includes stating what you are grateful for, personal intentions and an intention for the world. The world one begins,” I see a world where…”
My focus much of my life has been to assist in this planet’s transformation and the healing of individuals and the world. I have often thought of what kind of world I would choose for myself and others. So I loved having to come up with a short intention for the world for the upcoming cyber Intention circle. I recently listened to a choir sing at a Prescott Unity church and one of the songs had a line about us all being one song. I wrote a blog post about that. Since I love music and grew up creating new songs, the intention I chose was about the world being in harmony, with each individual sounding their note of freedom, sovereignty, and joy, and everyone’s notes coming together to heal every creature on this planet and the planet itself.
I love the image of each person being a note that is plucked, brought into tune and out of its discordant pattern, and all these notes then making up a beautiful composition with uplifting lyrics and an awe inspiring melody. Since we are energy, a vibration, just as a musical note is, then it makes sense that we could come into harmony. What a glorious sound. I can hear it, in harmony with the sound of creation itself.
The bible states that in the beginning was the word, and the word was God. A word is simply a vibration. Hindu’s use the sound “om” and feel that was the beginning of creation.
So I see a world where each individual has come into alignment with and sounds his/her note of freedom, sovereignty, and joy, and everyone’s notes have come together to heal every creature on this planet and the planet itself.
Photograph was taken by Katelon Jeffereys of Lake Kachess, WA.
Love these meditations. This is a very powerful Full Moon. Let’s focus on bringing healing to all beings and the planet, restoring peace on earth and in all humnanity!
These meditations can be accessed after the time of broadcast, too.
I’ve enjoyed my time in Prescott and enjoyed the sweet little trail along Granite Creek. The Creek runs through town and has this trail that leads ultimately to a park. These trees are in the park. Everywhere you go in Prescott it seems that there are trees. It certainly isn’t as green as Seattle, where I used to live, but I’m enjoying all the green trees. My heart especially lights up when I see Aspen trees.
I used to crawl out my window and sleep in a tree. I loved how it’s branches held me in such a loving embrace. It felt more like home than the bedroom I had inside the house.
Perhaps that is why I still love trees so much. I talk to them, lean against them, feel their bark and tell them how much they mean to me. They seem to ground me and bring me back to a place of peace.
Do you have a part of nature that particularly calls to you?
I really enjoyed this blog post and it resonates with my latest blog post, too.
Wait for the Lord. Be strong and take heart. Wait for the Lord (Psalm 27:14).
In this hurry-up world, waiting for anything can cause us to lose our tempers, tongues, and good senses more frequently than we care to admit. I don’t know anyone who enjoys waiting in line. We don’t like waiting at stoplights. We don’t like waiting for dinner. We don’t even like waiting for good things – like for fish to bite. We want what we want now!
Why is it so hard to wait? Perhaps we misunderstand what waiting is all about. Is waiting on the Lord the same thing as twiddling my thumbs? Should I clear my mind of everything? I have learned the answer to both of these questions is NO. Waiting has nothing to do with twiddling my thumbs in boredom. Waiting is not passive. It is an activity. It is quiet…
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