One of the most important premises of Body/mind healing modalities is that the body does what the mind instructs. This means that being conscious of what our mind is saying to our body will make a difference in our life results. It also means that giving our mind positive instructions to give to the body will change our responses and therefore our creations on a physical, mental and emotional plane. Continue reading
We’ve all heard on some level about surrender and let go… sometimes easier said than done. Why does this seem important on so many fronts? What are the indicators that you are actually doing this?
As humans, we have the innate desire to control, and to believe that we know best. This is a way for us to feel safe, even if our intentions don’t work out… Continue reading
Feeling loved and supported by what you hear as your inner dialogue? If you have many should, ought to, must, could have, and would have been in your life, it may be a good time to clear and ask for a reboot. We all get information from our environment, parents, teachers, media, and partners that can lift us up or push us down. Then if we add in our own doubts, fears, and anxieties, it can quickly become a downward spiral that seems to get in our way and leave us alone and wavering in our trust of the process.
What do we do about it? Using Energy Healing is a good place to start. Continue reading
We were all born into a body that people used to believe was a “blank slate” waiting to be written upon. Now we know that we actually move into a body that has some patterns and experiences stored in it already. Every experience your parents (and their parents, and their parents – back 4-7 generations) had was stored in a cell in their body for future reference. When you were conceived you got that information in the body you inhabited and began writing your own experiences in the womb into the body as well. Some experiences are valuable even today and others simply don’t apply to our lives. Continue reading
We can feel ourselves close off in the face of pain – just like a snake recoils ready to strike out at the threat of hurt. If we allow our heart to close around the pain in the moment of jealousy, insecurity, anger, fear, frustration or embarrassment, then we get to own it for a very long time.
During a conversation, someone says something upsetting, and the feeling of disturbance touches out heart. Then our mind begins it chatter: “I don’t have to put up with this. I’ll just walk away and never talk to them again. They’ll be sorry.” Continue reading