Does it feel like your life is crumbling? There is light at the end of the tunnel…

Challenging times

We have been going through challenging times that feel very uncertain. Many of us are living in fear about the outcomes of this time in forced lockdown.

It seems as if the world has become chaotic, but it is important to remember that chaos is a part of the process and cycle of creation. It is about transformation, where the old starts giving way to the new.

There is more going on than meets the eye

On the face of it the world is going crazy as we are faced with stories of destruction, doom and gloom. Chaos seems to be breaking out everywhere.

However, if we move our focus and look at the bigger picture of what is going on, our future looks much brighter - literally.

Behind the scenes of what is visible to us as humans here on earth, there are huge cycles going on at astronomical levels that are affecting us energetically – on a quantum level.

These energies that are pouring in are not only affecting the earth vibrationally, but also all living beings on earth. These energies affect us on a mind-body level that is mostly beyond our conscious awareness, although those of us that are more attuned to energies, have been feeling them physically and mentally.

Astronomical indicators

Photon Belt

Humanity is moving into a time of enlightenment – literally! Our galaxy is moving into a photon belt of higher vibrational light and increased frequencies (Photons are the smallest possible particles of light in quantum physics).

The Photon Belt is the Galactic Plane alignment of hundreds of billions of Milky Way star systems. Our solar system orbits across this photon belt twice every ±26,000 years, called the Precession of the Equinoxes. A complete precession cycle refers to one astrological age, and we have been moving from what is referred to as the astrological Age of Pisces into the Age of Aquarius.

Schumann Resonances

At the same time there has been an increase in the resonant frequency of the earth, called the Schumann Resonance. This frequency, or “heartbeat” of the electromagnetic field of the Earth has been rising.

Spikes in the Schumann resonances are reflecting increased electromagnetic charges (volume or power) all over the world. There is a correlation between these frequencies and our own brainwaves, causing our bodies to go into an adaptive stress condition.

Astronomers have observed the highest energy radiation ever seen in the form of gamma-ray bursts. With cosmic energies pouring in from the photon belt in the form of gamma rays, as well as the Schumann Resonances, the earth’s atmosphere is becoming more and more highly charged, significantly affecting our planet and all living beings on it.

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Astrological Indicators

The 2020 Reset and the Great Transformation of 2020 - 2030
In the year 2020, three major planetary cycles complete and begin anew, creating a ‘Societal Reset’ and the start of ‘The Great Transformation’ or Awakening, occurring throughout the new decade from 2020 to 2030. For more info CLICK HERE.

Basically, this decade corresponds to rare major planetary aspects – involving slow moving planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto– signifying the breakdown and transformation of old sociopolitical and economic systems, structures and paradigms that no longer serve us, i.e Big Government, Big Pharma, Big Tech, Big Business, the ruling classes, financial systems, societal systems and class systems. There will be an emergence of new paradigms that will be based on truth, freedom and equality.

As we become more aware of hidden truths we will leave behind old authorities or authority figures that we have given away our power to. Old, worn out belief systems will be replaced with new ones that support our personal integrity and sovereignty.

We are all breaking free from the old matrix based on the false parental system (or negative patriarchal system) of exploitation and power over others – to become more in touch and in balance with the feminine aspects based on love, care and nurturing, not only for ourselves, but for all all living beings – including mother earth.

We are experiencing the energy of the beginning of the end – a period of loss, mourning and alchemy – in order to bring in the new.

The old is giving way to the new

These new incoming energies and frequencies, compounded by astronomical and planetary influences, are forcing the dysfunctional hierarchical structures in our society to collapse. Light is exposing the hidden darkness, corruption and untruths on our planet to be exposed. The darker, heavier energies that no longer serve us are coming up to the surface, and therefore the chaos we are perceiving in the world around us.

In this time of enlightenment, or more light, we are expanding into a new upgraded version of the world and of ourselves. Our very DNA is being upgraded. We are moving into a time of understanding what it is to be human, a time of growth and maturity.

Our values are changing, where the indicators of 'success' are less materialistic. We are starting to understand the values of love, peace and joy – and a greater sense of community.

So, if it appears that your life is crumbling and falling apart around you, it is laying the framework for its rebuilding exactly as it should. You are not alone. We are all going through a process of transformation and alchemy. The old must fall away to give way for the new.

It is a process of mourning in which we are experiencing the emotions of loss, i.e. denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.

“Don’t be concerned that things appear to be falling apart: this has to happen in order for something new and wonderful to emerge.” Marianne Williamson

How can we navigate these times of challenge and uncertainty?

This is a time to be your true self, to ground yourself and find the stillness within, not to focus too much on what is going on outside of us. It is good to be aware of what is happening in the world, but don’t get sucked in to the narrative of fear and negativity.

“As You Walk Through This Maze Of Uncertainty, Just STOP And LISTEN To The Silence Of Your Soul!” The Pleiadian Collective

Find your center

We can use the metaphor of the merry-go-round we used to play on as kids. We would have noticed that the safest, stillest part of the merry-go-round was in the centre, where there was more stability and you could still watch the world go round. On the edges, however, it was more confusing and dangerous, because we could not focus and if we were not careful we could be flung off and in danger of hurting ourselves.

Get in touch with your Inner Self

We find our centre by going inwards. We can do this by being still and being aware of our bodies, through heart centred breathing or meditation. Recognise and become aware of the thoughts, perceptions, beliefs, emotions, desires, behaviours and intentions that are not aligned with love.

We can tune in to the intensities of the signals and the high frequency energy coming in. Just go with the flow – let go of control and allow whatever emotions are to come up. Don't resist or judge them. Unravelling processes are coming up from our core, removing layers of emotions in an ongoing alchemical process. Listen to your body, it will tell you what it needs.

Focus on gratitude and appreciation

Instead of focusing on all the things we don’t have, rather focus on the things you do have. Even the small things we take for granted, such as a pet, our loved ones, having a roof over your head and food in our tummies. Make a list of the things you are grateful for every day.

Remember: where your attention goes, energy grows. If you focus on the good things in life you will find more and more of them and your contentment will increase. Find joy in the little things that you appreciate.

Stop listening to all that negative news so much - much of it is fake anyway. Rather listen to music that brings back good memories, watch a movie that is uplifting or read a book about love.

The Master was in a mellow mood and the disciples were inquisitive. Did he ever feel depressed? They asked.
He did.
Wasn’t it also true that he was in a continual state of happiness? They persisted.
It was.
What was the secret? They wanted to know.
Said the Master, “This: Everything is as good or as bad as one’s opinion makes it.”
Anthony deMello

Be mindful of your thoughts and reactions

Stay in the present moment – thinking of the past or future habitually puts us into negative states. If you are in the habit of negative thinking, lack, blame, shame you will only draw more of that to yourself. Stop yourself and replace each negative thought with a positive thought. Don’t engage in drama - be kind to yourself and others.

Smile more!

When we smile, we release the feel-good hormones, dopamine, endorphins and serotonin, into our bloodstream. They work to help your body relax, lower your heart rate and blood pressure. Endorphins are natural painkillers – 100% naturally produced by your own body!

Not only that, smiling is infectious. It will also lift the mood of everyone around you.

Staying calm and centred is the best you can do for yourself and all around you. And remember – there is light at the end of the tunnel!

New Earth is emerging

From a grand, cosmic perspective, this is an exciting time on our planet.

This is the birthing of an entirely new reality – if we are willing to release and let go of the limitations of the past, including fighting, blaming, justifying, defending, complaining, feeling victimized, and on and on and on. Instead we can focus on positive and empowering new ways of living and being – for ourselves and for the collective.

Exciting and empowering new potentials and possibilities are being revealed everywhere — when we choose to look for them and allow them into our focus and ultimately our experience.

Keep in mind – "where your attention goes, energy flows."

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Experience the many benefits of mindfulness meditation

What is meditation?

Meditation is about effortlessness and becoming mindful, or thoughtless. It is about surrendering control or worry. It is about just be-ing in the moment.

Meditation was first brought to the West by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi with Transcendental Meditation (TM) in the mid 1950's. There are various schools of spiritual thought or arts in the East that teach meditation, such as the Yogic, Zen or Tibetan traditions, Tai Chi and the Martial Arts.

However, meditation is not a religious act, as many believe, but rather a simple routine anybody can practice and experience the many benefits from.

Starting a meditation practice can easily be incorporated into your daily routine. Anything from ten or twenty minutes of meditation practice every day is beneficial for overall well-being and helps to calm and relax the body and mind.

The benefits of meditation

Regular meditation has something to offer everyone. Numerous scientific studies have proven the many remarkable physical, mental, emotional and spiritual benefits.

Physical Benefits
  • Improved health and overall well-being.
  • Relief from stress and related problems, such as chronic illnesses and premature aging. (See: How to Identify and Manage Stress)
  • Decreased tension related disorders, such as tension headaches, ulcers, insomnia, muscle and joint problems.
  • Reduced chronic inflammation leading to illnesses such as cancer, diabetes, IBS and Alzheimers, heart disease, stroke, etc.
  • Lowered high blood pressure.
  • Reduced anxiety attacks by lowered levels of blood lactate.
  • Increased serotonin production improving mood and behavior.
  • An improved immune system, preventing Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) caused by viruses and influenza, as well as other immune deficiency disorders.
  • Increased energy levels.
  • Relief from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
  • Increased pain tolerance.
  • Improved sexual health.
  • Reduced cravings and emotional eating, increasing weight loss.
  • It helps to manage Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) caused by inflammation of the nervous system or the human herpes virus.
Mental and Emotional Benefits

Meditation brings the brainwave patterns into the alpha and even theta states, promoting healing. It calms the mind whenever you feel negative emotions or shut down.

With regular meditation practice:

  • stress is relieved,
  • anxiety decreases,
  • depression decreases,
  • emotional stability improves,
  • creativity increases,
  • happiness increases,
  • your self-confidence improves,
  • problems seem to become smaller,
  • greater focus, clarity and peace of mind is achieved,
  • you have improved memory and cognitive function,
  • you gain mental strength and energy.
Spiritual benefits

Some meditate as a part of their cultural or spiritual traditions. However, meditation is not a religious act and can be practiced by anybody regardless of the faith they follow.

With regular meditation you will find that:

  • you become more self-aware,
  • your intuition develops,
  • you experience expanded consciousness, as the unconscious becomes more conscious and negative ego is released,
  • you can achieve states of greater detachment, joy and bliss,
  • meditation brings about personal transformation, as you gradually uncover your true, authentic self.

How to Meditate

To experience the benefits of meditation, regular practice is necessary. It takes only a few minutes every day. Once it becomes a part of your daily routine, meditation will be something you look forward to every day!

When and where

For effective meditation, find a quiet time and space (indoors or outdoors) in which to practise. Background noise, such as the television and radio, will cause distraction.

Any time of day is good to practise, but early morning or at night before you go to bed (when you are not in the fully awake beta state) are the ideal times to practice.

It’s also preferable to choose a space with a moderate temperature to meditate in. Feeling too cold or too hot can distract you. Also make sure that your are dressed in comfortable clothing that does not restrict you.

Body posture

To meditate, you’ll need to find a comfortable position in which to sit for ten to twenty minutes, or more! It is not recommended to lie down as you may fall asleep.

You don’t need to adopt any specific position if you find it uncomfortable. Generally, the regular position for meditation is with crossed legs and hands on your lap (lotus position). However, if you struggle with this, find a position you are comfortable with, or sit in a chair with your hands resting on your thighs, facing upwards. Just ensure that you are not slouching.

Breathing

In order to become centered in your body, it is important to take deep, slow breaths at first. Focusing on the heart area while breathing will generate increased heart rhythm coherence. See more about the benefits of heart coherence HERE.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is about purposely bringing one's attention away from the thinking mind –which is always focused on the past or the future – to experiences and sensations occurring in the body at the present moment.

When you become aware of your breathing, or experience sensations in your body, you will feel more 'alive'. It is impossible to be aware of your body AND your thoughts at the same time.

Different types of meditations use different techniques to be mindful about while meditating. For example, you can focus on a mantra (e.g. 'Ohm'), on a candle flame in your mind's eye, on sensations in your body, on your breathing, etc. Personally, I find that focusing on my breath to be the most effective.

Initially, if you find it helps to focus, you can count while breathing. So, for instance, count 4 to inhale and two to exhale, and repeat this as you breathe in and out. This can be an effective way to get into the mindset of learning to meditate.

In the beginning you may find it difficult to be mindful, or thought-less. Even experienced meditators have days they find it difficult to relax. However, with practice, your attention will gradually improve until you can spend increasingly longer periods on mindful meditation.

Effortlessness

Distracting thoughts may keep coming while practicing meditation. Just observe the thoughts and gently bring back your attention to whatever you were focusing on, such as your breathing. It must be gentle and effortless, without self-judgement.

This may take some time to master, but just keep at it. With regular practice you will gradually become less affected by distracting thoughts and impulses.

As you improve on your ability to be still and relaxed, you can increase the time you spend meditating.

Also, you may want to explore different meditation techniques until you find the one that you are most comfortable with.

Here’s a simple and effective way to start meditating:

  1. Find a comfortable and quiet place and sit in a comfortable position, keeping your back straight.
  2. Close your eyes and bring your attention into your body, relaxing all the muscles from the top of your head, relaxing your jaw, your shoulders, arms, fingers, torso and legs down to your feet. Notice the sensations in your body.
  3. Now, notice the air entering via your nose and exhaling through your mouth.
  4. Start centering yourself by taking in 3 slow, deep breaths while focusing on the heart – in for about 6 seconds and out for 6 seconds.
  5. Placing your hand over your heart will help you maintain your focus there. Now, imagine breathing through your heart. Picture yourself slowly breathing in and slowly breathing out through your heart area.
  6. Then just let go and breathe gently. During this cycle, if a thought comes into the mind, gently and non-judgmentally acknowledge it, let it go –like watching a cloud go by. Then return to the breath.
  7. When you are ready to end your meditation, open your eyes and gently stretch your body. You should be in a calm and serene state!

Practice this simple exercise for ten minutes each day. Remember to be gentle on yourself and don’t judge. Once you get the hang of it, you can increase the time you meditate for as long as you wish.

Eventually you will become hooked as you start experiencing the many benefits and improvements in your life!

 

 

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What are archetypes?

The term ‘archetype’ was coined by Swiss psychoanalyst, Carl Jung (1875-1961). He explored how symbols and common myths influence our thinking on both conscious and subconscious levels.

Jung wrote about the relationship between our personal unconscious, comprising an individual's personal memories and ideas, and a collective unconscious, a set of universal memories and concepts belonging to all of humanity. Shared concepts, or archetypes, permeate the collective unconscious and emerge as themes, symbolism and characters in our dreams and in our culture – such as in myths, books, films and art.

 

The primary Archetypes

We are all born with the primary archetypes, which are found universally across all cultures, such as the mother figure, the father figure, the wise old man, the shadow, the animus and anima, etc. For example, the mother figure embodies the qualities of caring, fertility and nurturing. Examples: ancient fertility dolls that have been excavated all over the world, Mother Mary, the Empress of the Tarot card deck, Mother Earth.

The shadow archetype, for example, consists of the repressed thoughts and perceived weaknesses we do not want to show others and cause us anxiety, anger, fear or shame. These repressed thoughts and beliefs that are relegated to the subconscous, if not resolved, will negatively influence and sabotage our choices in life.

Examples of the shadow archetype can be found in most literature as the villainous character, such as the snake in the Garden of Eden. Mr. Hyde, in R L Stevenson's novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886) transforms into the evil Dr. Jekyll, representing Mr Hyde’s shadow self.

Jung described the animus as the unconscious masculine side of a woman, and the anima as the unconscious feminine side of a man.

The 12 personality Archetypes

Jung defined twelve primary personality archetypes representing the range of basic human motivations. Each type has its own set of values, meanings and personality traits. In general all of these archetypes make up our personality to a greater or lesser degree, but each of us tends to have one archetype that dominates our personality and drives our life path and purpose.

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Here's a description of the 12 Personality Archetypes:

1. The Innocent

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Commonly known as the utopian, the Innocent possesses the incorruptible desire for peace and happiness of all.

  • Roles: Utopian, traditionalist, naive, mystic, saint, romantic, dreamer.
  • Motto: “Free to be me, free to be you.”
  • Core desire: To attain paradise.
  • Goal: Happiness.
  • Strategy: To do things right.
  • Positive traits: Faith and optimism.
  • Negative traits: Naivety, naive innocence, wishy washy.
  • Greatest fear: to be punished for doing something bad or wrong.

The Innocent seems to have read and absorbed every self-help book in the world. They’re optimistic and always searching for happiness. The innocent sees the good in everything. They want to feel well-adjusted to the world around them. The innocent also wants to please others and feel like they belong.

2. The Member, Orphan or Everyman

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Excelling at contributing to something bigger, the member is your ordinary man who can provide excellent support towards a broader vision or a shared goal.

  • Roles: The good old boy, good girl, regular guy/girl, the person next door, the realist, the working stiff, the solid citizen, the good neighbor, the silent majority.
  • Motto: “All men and women are created equal.”
  • Core Desire: Connecting with others.
  • Goal: To belong.
  • Strategy: Developing ordinary solid virtues, be down to earth, the common touch.
  • Positive traits: Realism, empathy, lack of pretense.
  • Negative traits: Losing self identity in an effort to blend in, conform or for the sake of superficial relationships.
  • Greatest fear: To be left out or to stand out from the crowd.

The orphan archetype walks around with open wounds. They feel betrayed and disappointed. They want other people to take charge of their life. When no one does, they feel disappointed. They tend to spend time with people who feel just like them. The orphan often plays the victim. They pretend to be innocent. The orphan has a cynical negative side and can be manipulative.

3. The Hero

Also known as the warrior archetype, the Hero fiercely faces a battle against all odds. Destined to become the strongest, he/she courageously faces all challenges in life.

  • Roles: The warrior, crusader, rescuer, superhero, the soldier, dragon slayer, the winner and the team player.
  • Motto: “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
  • Core desire: To prove one’s worth through courageous acts.
  • Goal: Expert mastery in order tot improve the world.
  • Strategy: To be as strong and competent as possible.
  • Positive traits: Competence and courage.
  • Negative traits: Arrogance, always needing another battle to fight, overly ambitious and controlling.
  • Greatest fear: Weakness, vulnerability, being a “chicken”.

The driving force behind a hero’s life is power. The hero has an uncommon vitality and resistance that they use to fight for power or honor. They’ll do anything to avoid losing. In fact, they don’t lose because they never give up.

4. The Caregiver

Like a neighbor in the story of the Good Samaritan, the caregiver is always ready to lend a helping hand to someone in need.

  • Roles: The saint, altruist, parent, helper, supporter.
  • Motto: “Love your neighbour as yourself.”
  • Core desire: To protect and care for others.
  • Goal: To help others.
  • Strategy: Doing things for others.
  • Positive traits: Compassion, generosity.
  • Negative traits: Martyrdom and being exploited.
  • Greatest fear: Selfishness and ingratitude.

The caregiver feels stronger than other people. Consequently, they offer maternal protection to those around them. They want to protect people from harm and try to prevent any danger or risk from threatening other people’s happiness.

5. The Explorer

With an insatiable curiosity about the world, the explorer aims to unravel nature’s mysteries through adventure.

  • Roles: The seeker, iconoclast, wanderer, individualist, pilgrim.
  • Motto: “Don’t fence me in.”
  • Core desire: The freedom to find out who you are by exploring the world.
  • Goal: To experience a better, more authentic, more fulfilling life.
  • Strategy: Journey, travel, seeking out and experiencing new things, escape from boredom.
  • Positive traits: Autonomy, ambition, being true to one’s soul.
  • Negative traits: Aimless wandering, becoming a misfit, dissatisfaction.
  • Biggest fear: Feeling trapped, conformity, and inner emptiness.

The explorer is a bold traveler. They set out without a clear path and are always open to discovery and adventure. The explorer has a deep love of discovering new places and new things about themselves.

6. The Outlaw or Rebel

Determined to improve the status quo, the outlaw is able to see what others don't and is dedicated to changing the system for the better.

  • Roles: The rebel, revolutionary, wild man, the misfit, or iconoclast.
  • Motto: “Rules are made to be broken.”
  • Core desire: Revenge or revolution.
  • Goal: To overturn what isn’t working for them.
  • Strategy: To disrupt, destroy, or shock.
  • Positive traits: Outrageousness, radical freedom.
  • Negative traits: Crossing over to the dark side, crime, fundamentilism.
  • Greatest fear: Being powerless or ineffectual.

The rebel is a transgressor. They provoke people and don’t care at all about other people’s opinions. As a result, they like going against the grain and thinking for themselves. They don’t like to be pressured or influenced. The negative side to the rebel archetype is that they can become self-destructive.

7. The Lover

Valuing meaningful connections with others, the lover will pursue whatever it takes to achieve a love that lasts a lifetime.

  • Roles: The partner, friend, intimate, enthusiast, sensualist, spouse, team-builder.
  • Motto: “You’re the only one.”
  • Core desire: Intimacy and experience.
  • Goal: Being in relationships with others, work and surroundings they love.
  • Strategy: To become increasingly attractive physically and emotionally.
  • Positive traits: Passion, gratitude, appreciation, and commitment.
  • Negative traits: Outwardly directed desire to please others at risk of losing own identity.
  • Greatest fear: Being alone, a wallflower, unwanted, unloved.

The lover is all heart and sensitivity. They love love and love to lavish it on other people. Their greatest happiness is feeling loved. They enjoy everything that’s pleasing to the senses. They value beauty above all.

8. The Creator or Artist

With an endless desire to build and innovate, the creators make a mark in this world through their creations.

  • Roles: The artist, inventor, innovator, musician, writer or dreamer.
  • Motto: “If you can imagine it, it can be done.”
  • Core desire: To create things of enduring value.
  • Goal: To express and realize a vision.
  • Strategy: Developing artistic control and skills.
  • Task: Culture, creativity, expressing their own vision.
  • Positive traits: Creativity and imagination.
  • Negative traits: Perfectionism, bad solutions.
  • Greatest fear: A mediocre vision or execution.

The creator has a profound desire for freedom because they love novelty. They love to transform things in order to make something completely new. The creator is clever, non-conformist, and self-sufficient. They’re imaginative and good-humored. However, they can also be inconsistent and spend more time thinking than actually doing.

9. The Jester

Known as entertainers of both peasants and nobles, the jester is able to perceive the paradoxes of life and spends most time making fun out of it.

  • Roles: The fool, trickster, joker, practical joker or comedian.
  • Motto: “You only live once.”
  • Core desire: To live in the moment with full enjoyment.
  • Goal: To have a great time and lighten up the world.
  • Strategy: Play, making jokes, being funny and comical.
  • Positive traits: Joyfulness.
  • Negative traits: Frivolity, wasting time and laziness.
  • Greatest fear: Being bored or boring others.

The jester likes to make fun, even of themselves. They don’t wear any masks and tend to break down other people’s walls. They never take themselves too seriously because their goal is to enjoy life.

10. The Sage

The sage will spend an entire lifetime dedicated to learning and expansion of knowledge.

  • Roles: The expert, scholar, detective, advisor, thinker, philosopher, academic, researcher, thinker, planner, professional, mentor, teacher, contemplative.
  • Motto: “The truth will set you free.”
  • Core desire: To find the truth.
  • Goal: Using intelligence and analysis to understand the world.
  • Strategy: Seeking out information and knowledge; self-reflection and understanding thought processes.
  • Positive traits: Wisdom, intelligence.
  • Negative traits: Getting lost in the details and never acting.
  • Greatest fear: Being duped, misled or ignorant.

The sage is a free thinker. Their intellect and knowledge is their driving force. They seek to understand the world and their being through their intelligence and analytical skills. They always have a ready fact, quote, or logical argument to give.

11. The Magician

Conjurer of the spiritual arts, the magician is able to turn water into wine. They are known for their transformative powers and can impact the lives of the many.

  • Roles: The visionary, catalyst, inventor, charismatic leader, shaman, healer, medicine man.
  • Motto: “I make things happen.”
  • Core desire: Understanding the fundamental laws of the universe.
  • Goal: To make dreams come true.
  • Strategy: Developing a vision and living by it.
  • Positive traits: Finding win-win solutions.
  • Negative traits: Becoming manipulative.
  • Greatest fear: Unintended negative consequences.

The magician can be a great revolutionary. They are able to regenerate and renew not only for themselves, but can impact others as well. They’re constantly growing and transforming.

12. The Ruler

Desiring power and control, the ruler seeks to realize his/her vision for himself and for others.

  • Roles: The boss, leader, aristocrat, king, queen, politician, role model, manager or administrator.
  • Motto: “Power isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.”
  • Core desire: Control.
  • Goal: Creating a prosperous, successful family or community.
  • Strategy: Exercising power.
  • Positive traits: Responsibility, leadership.
  • Negative traits: Being authoritarian, unable to delegate.
  • Greatest fear: Chaos, being overthrown.

The ruler is a classic leader. They believe they should be the one to bring order to any situation. The ruler is stable, strives for excellence, and wants everyone to follow their lead. They tend to have plenty of reasons why everyone should listen to them. This is one of the 12 Jungian archetypes related to power. The negative ruler, in their desire to impose their will on others, can easily resort to tyranny.

The Jungian Archetype Quiz

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Through this Jungian archetype quiz, you’ll be able to identify which of the 12 archetypes is influencing your subconscious choices and decisions in life.

Knowing your dominant archetype will give you a better sense of self by providing you with a blueprint that outlines your deepest desires, motivations, weaknesses, goals, fears, strengths, and shadows. You will be able to discover your true, inner self and form your own understanding of your unique identity.

As such, it will not only open the path to self-discovery but you will be able to widen it as well. By taking this Jungian archetype test, you'll jump start your way towards self-discovery, fulfillment and self-realization!

Heart focused breathing – Be the calm within the storm

We are going through times of great change and awakening. As we navigate through these times we will be experiencing not only our own fear and anxiety, but that of the collective.

It is important for us to stay calm and centred. Being aware, without allowing yourself to get pulled into the fear mongering, will help to keep your stress levels down. Fearful thoughts and worry put stress on your body and are not serving you or your immune system.

A quick, simple tool to stay cool and calm

Here’s a quick and easy breathing technique, backed by scientific research, that you can practice at any time to help you stay calm and centered during the day – any time you notice your mind is running away with you:

1. Attention on your heart

Put your attention on your heart area. Start taking slow, deep breaths – in for 6 seconds and out for 6 seconds. Placing your hand over your heart will help you maintain your focus there.

2. 'Breathe' through your heart

Now, while breathing, imagine that you’re doing it through your heart. Picture yourself slowly breathing in and slowly breathing out through your heart area.

This deep, slow heart focused breathing technique is something you can do anytime and anywhere to instantly stimulate your vagus nerve and lower stress responses associated with "fight-or-flight" mechanisms that weaken your immune system.

The science behind heart focused breathing

Heart signals affect brain function

Ground breaking research conducted by the HeartMath Institute shows that the heart actually sends more signals to the brain than the brain sends to the heart and that these heart signals have a significant effect on brain function.

Different patterns of heart activity influence different emotional states and processing, as well as higher cognitive faculties such as attention, perception, memory, and problem-solving. In other words, not only does the heart respond to the brain, but the brain continuously responds to the heart.

The effect of heart rhythm on your brain

During stress and negative emotions the heart rhythm pattern is erratic and disordered. The corresponding pattern of neural signals travel from the heart to the brain, inhibiting higher cognitive functions. This limits our ability to think clearly, remember, learn, reason, and make effective decisions.

The heart’s input to the brain during stressful or negative emotions also has a profound effect on the brain’s emotional processes, reinforcing the emotional experience of stress.

Heart rhythm coherence

On the other hand, a more regular and stable pattern of the heart’s input to the brain during positive emotional states has the opposite effect, facilitating cognitive function and reinforcing positive feelings and emotional stability.

This means that heart focused breathing will generate an increased heart rhythm coherence. Sustaining positive emotions will not only benefit the entire body, but also profoundly affect how you perceive, think, feel, and perform.

 

“Coherence is the state when the heart, mind and emotions are in energetic alignment and cooperation. When the physiological coherence mode is driven by a positive emotional state, we call it psychophysiological coherence."
HeartMath Institute Research Director Dr. Rollin McCraty

The benefits of heart focused breathing

Deep breathing improves heart rate variability (HRV), which is the measurement of variations within beat-to-beat intervals, creating heart rhythm coherence leading to:

  • Feeling calm, peaceful and less rushed or stressed out.
  • A sense of being uplifted and alive.
  • A deeper heart connection within and with others.
  • Greater immunity and health.

Maintaining your focus and breathing through the heart area will automatically lead you into a state of ease – with more energy and resilience for today's challenges.

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How to avoid the Coronavirus

Fear is your worst enemy

There is a general fear pandemic going on that is worse than the Coronavirus (COVID-19) itself. It is feeding into the collective consciousness and creating a general atmosphere of panic and anxiety.

Fear, panic and anxiety are counterproductive, not only because they cloud your thinking, but also because they lower your immune-system and make you more susceptible to the virus itself. Don’t buy into the fear mongering and stop feeding the fear. Take your power back!

Yes, of course, take the recommended precautions by washing hands regularly and wearing masks where necessary – especially if you are living in a red zone.

If you already have the symptoms of the Coronavirus, you can get help HERE.

However, while panic is setting in and people are clearing all supplies of masks and disinfectants off the shelves, the best you can do for yourself, your family and for the world is to empower yourself by:

1. Being pro-active by keeping your immune system strong.

Remember that not everyone who carries this virus will die from their cold. The health of almost all the victims of the Coronavirus was already compromised before they were infected, due to low immunity.

2. Staying calm, centered and grounded.

Stress is the deadliest disease. When an individual is under stress due to fear, panic or anxiety, the release of stress hormones (e.g. cortisol) shuts down the immune system to conserve the body’s energy for the fight or flight response. Fear is more deadly than the Coronavirus!

Here are some tips to help keep your immune system strong, and to keep you centered and grounded:

1. Boost your immune system

There are plenty of natural supplements and remedies on the market (and even in your back garden!) to combat viral infections and to support your immune system. Consult with your pharmacist or herbalist, or experiment with the following to find what works best for you.

  • Homeopathic remedies: Allium cepa, Gelsemium and Oscillococcinuim.
  • Tinctures: Echinacea. This is my personal favorite! It is a clinically proven to help prevent upper respiratory tract and viral infections.
  • Supplements:
    • Vitamins A & E
    • Zink.
    • Lots of Vitamin C 2-3000 mg/day (ascorbate based). If you can afford liposomal Vit C, even better – it is like taking a Vit C injection!
    • Vitamin D taken together with Melatonin. Research shows incredible results.
    • Probiotics for your microbiome.
  • Antifungal herbs, spices and teas:
    • Some of the most common anti-fungal herbs or spices are:
    • Thyme and oregano - are anti-viral and add great flavour to food.
    • Olive leaf - can be taken as a tincture, capsule or tea mixed with mint (avoid during pregnancy).
    • Ginger root - taken as a tea, in capsule form, or added to meals.
    • Dried lemon balm leaf - taken as a tea.
    • Licorice root - taken as a tea.
    • Star anise - it is a super powerful anti-viral spice. Boil it in water and add it to your tea - delicious!
    • Cranberry juice (make sure it is unsweetened).
    • Teas - The anti-oxidants and antiviral properties of polyphenols found in Green tea or Rooibos provide an added boost to the immune system.
  • Foods:

    • Garlic, especially raw, is a potent antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal agent with immune boosting effects. (Try it in capsule form if you don’t like the taste of garlic).
    • All mushrooms have anti-viral properties, especially Reishi and Agarikon mushrooms, if you can find them.
    • Eat plenty of green, leafy vegetables; they are rich in vitamins that help to support a healthy immune system.
    • Vitamin-C rich foods, such as amla, red peppers, yellow peppers, Vitamin C supplements are a must-have.
    • Pre-biotics or pro-biotics to keep your gut healthy. The healthier your gut, the stronger is your immune system. Pro-biotics are found in broth, yogurt (naturally fermented), buttermilk, tempeh, kefir, kimchi, kombucha, miso, sauerkraut and pickles (fermented in salt, not vinegar).
    • Minerals such as zinc and selenium found in nuts (unsalted) and seeds should be included in your diet.
    • Stay away from white sugar and other refined carbohydrates!
  • Daily Exercise: Establishing a moderate exercise routine can help boosts your natural immunities and to get over illness more quickly.
  • Get some sun: It will boost your Vitamin D levels and increase your immunity.
  • Rest: Get plenty of rest and enough sleep to help build your defenses.
  • Drink plenty of water: Drink (preferably purified) water to increase lymphatic drainage and get rid of toxins, as well as bacteria, viruses and cellular waste.
  • Avoid stress: It is your immune system’s number one enemy. (See how stress affects you HERE).

2. Stay positive, centered and grounded

Besides ways to keep yourself strong and healthy physically, there are ways to stay centred and grounded by helping yourself mentally and emotionally.

Staying centred and grounded will not only help to keep your immune system strong, but will help to keep you calm and collected so that you can have a clear mind and not get drawn down into the fray of fear mongering.

Focus on the positive

Its good to keep up to date with what is going on, but avoid getting sucked into all the drama and around it.

Remember this universal law, substanciated by quantum physics:
“Where attention goes energy flows” ― James Redfield

Basically what it means is that when you focus on something negative, you will get more negativity because it’s what you’re concentrating on. So, if you are concentrating on the Coronavirus and the bad news around it, you will get more negativity. Rather stay positive and concentrate on that.

Pay attention to your thoughts. The next time you’re in a new situation or environment, practice the “where focus goes, energy flows” way of thinking. Look for things that please you, whether you are outdoors, indoors or with people (e.g. notice the birds singing, an interesting painting, or try to find something you admire in each person you talk to).

Staying centered

Instead of living in your head and allowing thoughts to control you, practice staying calm and centred by taking deap breaths to stay in the present moment. Every time you notice mind chatter, take three deep breaths: breathe in through the nose, filling the lungs from the bottom up, and out through the mouth.

Regular meditation and/or yoga practice will do much to help you de-stress and to get rid of mind clutter. And it will do wonders for your immune system.

Staying grounded

Remember that your body is an electro-magnetic system. Allow energy to flow naturally by earthing or grounding yourself, e.g. walking barefoot on the ground or using visualizing techniques to ground yourself. Also, get out in nature as often as possible by taking long walks, running, swimming in the ocean, or whatever activity you fancy.

Grounding yourself not only strenghtens your immune system, but has other benefits, such as reducing chronic inflammation, better sleep, improved heart health and circulation, etc.

Treating anxiety and fear

If you are struggling with fear and anxiety, there are various products on the market to treat it naturally, e.g homeopathic, aromatherapy and various supplements. Consult with a herbalist or experiment to find out what works best for you.

I have found these work best for me:

Dr Bach’s Flower Essences: Rescue Remedy helps to relax, get focused and calms anxiety. If you find that the original Rescue Remedy is too expensive, there are versions of it sold as a ‘homeopathic’ remedy in pharmacies and health shops, e.g. Natura’s ‘Rescue’, that are also effective.

Cannabidiol oil: Unlike cannabis or marijuana, CBD oil does not contain tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which is the substance that creates a “high.” It is readily available without a prescription in many alternative healthcare shops. Research shows that it has significant potential to reduce anxiety and panic.

Keeping your home or work space anti-viral

The use of incense or the fumes of aromatic plants, woods and resins for cleansing the air has been widespread in all the great religions throughout the world (e.g. burning myrrh and frankincense used by the Christian churches).

Myrrh is a resin, or sap-like substance, that is one of the most widely used essential oils in the world. Myrrh strengthens the immune system with its antiseptic, antibacterial and antifungal properties.

Smudging, by using smudge sticks, is a tradition that goes back thousands of years. In a way, it is similar to the traditional use of incense by the Hindus from India, or the Buddhists.

Burning sage or other herbs neutralizes the positive charge and releases large amounts of negative ions into the atmosphere; with the effect of lightening the energy around you.

Native American sage burning is the most common form of smudging. Specifically, white prairie sage “has both antimicrobial and antibacterial properties” that keep viruses and bacteria away.

The indigenous South African sage (botanical name Helicrysum) or imphepho is known as ‘kooigoed’ or ‘sewejaartjies’ in Afrikaans. It is antiseptic, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, with anti-inflammatory and pain relieving (analgesic) properties. It also has a mild sedative effect.

Caution: Do not inhale the smoke if you have respiratory problems – wait for it to settle first.

Symptoms of a dysfunctional immune system

Most of us have ups and downs that affect our immune system because life happens to us. If you live a healthy lifestyle your body and are proacive about your health, your body will naturally regulate itself.

However, we sometimes experience extreme circumstances such as physical, emotional or mental trauma that cause our immune system to become dysfunctional or run down with age, and we need assistance to get ourselves up and running again.

Struggling with any of these immunodeficiency symptoms?
  • Frequent and recurrent infections, such as pneumonia, bronchitis, meningitis or sinus, skin and ear infections.
  • Autoimmune disorders, such as lupus, type 1 diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Chronic fatigue.
  • Blood disorders, such as low platelet counts or anemia.
  • Inflammation and infection of internal organs.
  • Digestive problems, such as cramping, loss of appetite, nausea and diarrhea.
  • Delayed growth and development in infants and children.
  • Aching joints, bad circulation, numb feet, etc.

If you are struggling with these symptoms and need assistance, consider taking a course of Distant Energy Healing sessions with me. For more information CLICK HERE.

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Identifying stress and managing it with natural stress relief techniques

Stress is directly or indirectly responsible for all chronic illnesses and has already reached epidemic proportions in our modern civilization, due to living fast paced lives under constant pressure.

However, there are natural stress relief techniques you can learn to manage your day and help you to avoid eventually developing serious illnesses.

What is stress?

The short-term stress response is the body’s natural reaction – it is mother nature’s protective mechanism to be alert – to ensure self-protection under conditions of psychological or physical threats or challenges.

Stress is caused by the freeze, fight or flight response in our primitive brain. It releases the stress hormones, cortisol and adrenalin, when we encounter danger or life threatening situations in life.

However, in many instances, what the brain perceives as a threat may not even be based on real and present danger. Mostly it is due to our imagination, provoked by worry or anxiousness about things going wrong in the future, about dealing with challenging situations in the present or even about bringing up unpleasant memories from the past.

The basic stress response

The first, or basic indicators of stress are the following:

  • Fear, which leads to feelings of anxiety.
  • Anger, leading to hostility, resentment, grievances and vengeful thoughts.
  • Guilt, which leads to shame.
  • Grief, sadness and a sense of loss.

Stressors

According to the Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale, developed in the late 1960s, the biggest life stressors are the same for everyone:

  • Death of a spouse.
  • Divorce or separation .
  • Pregnancy.
  • The death of a family member or loved one.
  • Personal injury or illness.
  • Marriage.
  • Being dismissed from work.
  • Reuniting with a spouse.
  • Retirement.
  • Moving from one home to another.
  • Starting a new job.
  • Starting your own business.
  • Work or school- related deadlines.
  • High stress occupations.
  • Uncomfortable social situations.
  • Physical, emotional or mental abuse.
  • Imprisonment.
  • etc.

The traumatic effects caused by these highly stressful situations, in some instances, can even lead to post traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD).

The symptoms of stress

Prolonged stress has emotional, physical and mental consequences with the following symptoms.

Emotional symptoms:

  • Lack of concentration.
  • Lack of motivation.
  • Confusion.
  • Disorientation.
  • Memory loss.
  • Fatigue.
  • Panic attacks.
  • Feeling overwhelmed.
  • Depression.

Physical symptoms:

  • Increased blood pressure.
  • Muscle tension.
  • Skin eruptions.
  • Musculo-skeletal disorders.
  • Shifting aches and pains.
  • Listlessness and fatigue.
  • Change in sex drive.
  • Teeth grinding.
  • Sleep disorders.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Gastrointestinal disorders, leaky gut.
  • Headaches.
  • Heart palpitations.
  • Metabolic disorders.
  • Diabetes.
  • Alzheimers.
  • Inflammation, which can lead to arthritis and joint problems.
  • Immune dysfunction, which can lead to cancer.
  • Lung problems.
  • Etc.

Behavioral symptoms:

  • Overeating or under-eating.
  • Alcohol and drug abuse (self medication).
  • Aggression.
  • Hyperactivity or under-activity.

The different stages of stress

The first stage

When we experience stress, our bodies automatically react with the characteristic “fight or flight” response, also known as an adrenaline rush. In life-threatening situations, this is helpful, as adrenaline causes the pulse, blood pressure and rate of breathing to increase in our bodies, better preparing us for fight or flight. When the outside threat disappears we return to normal, especially after a good night’s sleep,

The second stage

After continued exposure to stress without a break, we start overreacting to seemingly minor events. In today’s modern society, stress from traffic jams, work, or countless other everyday situations can trigger us. We end up in a constant state of stress which depletes our reserves, especially our adrenal glands, which lessens our ability to handle any additional stress. Even our ability to sleep can be affected.

The final stage

The accumulation of stress over time leads to exhaustion, burn-out, and systemic collapse. Unable to return our body, mind and spirit to its normal state of balance due to overwhelming stress, we suffer physical, emotional and mental breakdowns.

Managing stress

If we don’t learn to manage the stress response, and if stress becomes chronic and is a constant in our lives, it leads to inflammation which eventually leads to serious illnesses.

Being aware is the first step to managing stress. Regularly dealing with stress through stress management practices and pleasant, fun activities will benefit you and help you to avoid expensive medical bills in the long run.

Your most fundamental and long-term solution to relieve stress is regular, direct contact with your innermost self through meditation and energy healing techniques. It will not only eliminate accumulated stress, but prepare you for future stress before it arises.

Natural stress management techniques you can practice daily:

  • Deep breathing. See: How heart focused breathing can benefit you.
  • Meditation. See: How to meditate for physical, mental and spiritual benefits…
  • Chanting mantras.
  • Listening to the music you love.
  • Watching comedies that make you laugh, or movies about love.
  • Practicing gratitude. Appreciate the things you have, instead of what you don’t have.
  • Spending time with the people you love.
  • Playing with your pets.
  • Getting plenty of exercise.
  • Getting plenty of sleep.
  • Getting out in nature as often as possible.
  • Earthing yourself, e.g. walking barefoot on the ground or using visualizing techniques to ground yourself.
  • Smiling and laughing as much as possible.
  • Being kind to others.

Feeling overwhelmed by stress?

If you feel overwhelmed and are suffering the effects or symptoms of chronic stress – dis-ease, illness, PTSD or emotional disfunction – there is something you can do about it.

The energetic imbalances in your body caused by dense, lower-vibrational, non-physical energies that get lodged in your body through anxiety, fear, anger and trauma can be released with the assistance of energy healing techniques. (See how it works HERE)

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Healthy MindBody and Environment

It is important to realize that we and everything around us is made up of energy.

Backed by the latest scientific developments, we are starting to realize that everything is energetically connected, and that we can no longer isolate the different systems in our minds and bodies from one another. What is more, we can no longer isolate ourselves from one another, or from our environment. Whatever we think, say, feel or do affects not only ourselves, but everybody and everything around us.

Integrating body, emotions and mind is the key to being healthy and living a happy life. It isn’t possible to separate physical health, mental, emotional or spiritual health from each other. We can’t maintain our physical health if we are unwell on any other level. Our body, mind, emotions and spirit work together as an integrated system.

If we are unwell on any of these levels our system becomes unbalanced, leading to lack of energy and disease.
Healing ourselves holistically will address imbalances on all levels and facilitate the natural flow of energy throughout the body, without blockages or resistance.

Healthy Body

Keeping fit and healthy is key to increasing your energy and happiness levels.

Listen to your body

Many of us become so caught up by life’s daily pressures and stresses that we forget about our bodies, or we feel we don’t have the time to spend on taking care of our bodies. Neglecting our bodies can lead to serious problems in the long run.

It is important to stay in tune with your body and to take note of any signals that it is giving you, such as lack of energy, stress related symptoms, pains or aches. We don’t need to run to the doctor every time we feel out of sorts, but we can learn to listen and understand the underlying causes of any discomfort or dis-ease. We can even learn how to heal ourselves!

If we take responsibility for the way we treat our bodies we can avoid having to rely on doctors and running up unnecessary medical bills. Prevention is easier than cure.

Things we can do to stay energetic, healthy and fit:

Exercise
Some people love physical exercise and sports, but those of us (like me!), who struggle with the thought of doing regular exercise, can find simple, quick and fun and varied ways to keep fit, e.g.

  • Walking or running in nature
  • Dancing and playing
  • Yoga
  • Rebounding

Diet
It’s OK to pig out occasionally, but in general it is necessary to stick to a healthy diet if you want to stay energetic and healthy.

Sleep
Getting enough sleep is necessary for the body to self-regulate and to repair.

Massage
Massage releases feel-good hormones in our body and helps to heal.

Grounding or Earthing

The latest scientific research has found that walking barefoot or lying down on the earth can help increase energy, fight disease and reduce stress hormones and inflammation.

Healthy Mind

Healthy Thoughts


A positive attitude and mindset is key to raising your energy and to manifesting joy and abundance.
Being positive and happy raises your energetic frequency. The universe matches your vibrational energy and reciprocates by delivering more things that uplift you and make you happy.

Healthy Emotions


Feelings like love, joy and peace vibrate at high, uplifting frequencies.
Heavy emotions like fear, anger or shame vibrate at low frequencies.

Things we can do to uplift our energy frequency


Whatever brings you in to a state of flow is perfect, e.g:

  • Deep breathing exercises.
  • Regular meditation practice.
  • Communing with nature and animals.
  • Always finding things to appreciate and to be grateful for.
  • Being kind and loving to others.
  • Being kind and loving to ourselves.
  • Practicing and bringing in to our lives the uplifting qualities of peace, love, joy and compassion.
  • Forgiving ourselves and others.

Things we can avoid bringing our energy frequencies down


  • Stop overthinking things.
  • Avoid judging, bitching, moaning and gossiping.
  • Learn how to manage feelings like anger, hurt, guilt, sadness or depression.
  • Clear emotional blocks and past traumas.
  • Let go of the old negative beliefs, stories, habits, identities or concepts about yourself imposed on you through social conditioning.
  • Come to terms with our shadow self (being the victim, controller, manipulator, etc).

How can we manage our energy pathways to finally achieve health and happiness?
 By learning how to become more positive, by healing ourselves or finding the help to heal and get rid of the ‘baggage’ that is holding us back. That will release and balance our energy and set us free to have happier relationships with ourselves and with others; and ultimately to live a happy, full and abundant life.

Healthy Environment

Research demonstrates that stress is the greatest cause of disease.

Our environment affects how much stress or discomfort we feel. Studies have shown that we can improve our mood and reduce stress with as little as five minutes of exposure to nature every day. This can be as simple as sitting in the sun or looking out a window at a natural setting.

The conditions of our living and working environments have an effect on our health and our quality of living.
We can improve conditions by being aware of what is affecting you positively or negatively.

Negative influences:


  • Clutter
  • Chemicals and toxins in:
    • 
The cleaning products we use in our homes.
    • The cosmetics we use on our skin that are derived from petroleum by-products.
    • Additives in the processed foods we eat.
  • Plastic and synthetic products in any form.
  • 
Noise
  • Harsh lighting or extreme temperatures.

Positive influences:


  • Nature
  • Pets
  • Taking the sun
, especially in the early morning.
  • Uplifting, soothing or happy music
  • Grounding/Earthing
  • Bringing nature into your living or working environment, e.g interior gardens or aquariums, or art with a nature theme.
  • Caring and loving interactions with all living things stimulate the feel good hormones.

By becoming responsible for our immediate environments we can help to improve not only our health but also contribute to improving the health of our mother earth, which we so dearly depend on.

Healing our unconscious or shadow side

We all have unconscious negative blocks or beliefs and emotional trauma that hold us back in life or cause us to self-sabotage or develop dis-ease. We are only able to deal with these through techniques that address the unconscious, such as Energy Healing.

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What is distant energy healing?

For thousands of years, long before Western scientists discovered the laws of quantum physics, Eastern medicine recognised energy as the principal factor contributing to health and wellbeing.

Energy healing modalities such as acupunture, reiki, polarity healing and cranio sacral therapy, have been adopted in the West for the past few decades, either as an alternative to traditional Western medicine, or to complement it - as in integrative medicine.

Why Energy Healing?

1. The aim of energy healing is to completely release trauma, and thereby cure the patient of the cause of dis-ease. Traditional western (allopathic) medicine, on the other hand, aims to combat disease by the use of remedies, drugs or surgery, thereby treating the symptoms of an illness, not the cause.

2. Energy healing takes a holistic approach, meaning that it takes the whole person into account by considering the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels of an individual. We are multi-dimensional beings with conscious and unconscious aspects, and with systems that are interconnected. If one aspect of a human being is changed, it has an effect on the whole. Western medicine, by isolating the malady itself, does not take this viewpoint, with the result that it often has to treat the secondary effects of treatment and thereby compound drug prescriptions.

3. Energy healing is non-invasive and does not have secondary effects. According to conservative estimates published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, illness resulting from mainstream medical treatment and prescription drugs (iatrogenic illness) is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Ever increasing studies and statistics are revealing the negative effects of toxic prescription drug use, which should be setting off alarm bells for all of us.

How is energy used for healing?

Mind over matter
For hundreds of years, the scientific explanation for the order and nature of the universe consisted mainly of a mechanistic view of reality, i.e. that everything in nature was predictable and could readily be explained. The laws of classical physics and quantum physics diverged when physicists realized that the tiny particles that make up atoms responded to the observer’s mind. Waves changed into particles when they were measured and observed and, furthermore, whether an observer was present or not. Subjective mind, therefore influences the behaviour of energy and matter.

Moreover, in his groundbreaking book “The Biology of Belief”, cell biologist Bruce H. Lipton, has demonstrated how the new science of Epigenetics is revolutionising our understanding of the link between mind and matter. His discoveries show that the biochemical effects of the brain’s functioning on all the cells of our body are affected by our thoughts.

Important also to mention is the work of Candace Pert. In her book, “Molecules of Emotion”, she revealed how her study of information processing receptors on nerve cell membranes led her to discover that the same “neural” receptors were present on most, if not all, of the body’s cells. She established that the “mind” was not focused only in the head, but was distributed via signal molecules throughout the body. Furthermore, her work discovered that emotions were not only derived from feedback coming from the body’s environmental information. Through self-consciousness, the mind can use the brain to generate “molecules of emotion” and override the system. Therefore, proper use of consciousness can bring health to an ailing body, while inappropriate unconscious control of emotions can easily make a healthy body diseased.

How can Energy Healing work over a distance?

Distant energy healing, also known as remote energy healing, is based on the principle in quantum physics that energy is not restricted by time or location, and therefore can be practised over any distance at any time, so that the person being observed or healed does not have to be present.

A striking characteristic determined by quantum mechanics is the concept of nonlocality, which Albert Einstein rather dismissively called “spooky actions at a distance”.

Nonlocality can be described as the ability of objects to instantly know each other’s state, even when separated by long distances - possibly even billions of light years away from each other!

Nonlocality happens due to the occurrence of entanglement, when particles that interact with each other become permanently interdependent on each other, to the extent that they effectively lose their individuality and in many ways become as one. This relationship between the concepts of nonlocality and entanglement, strangely enough, has repeatedly been demonstrated in laboratory experiments.

The theory is simple: Mind and the observer are paramount in the understanding of reality. There is an infinite field of energy that exists beyond our concept of space and time, which unites all of us. Reality is not one continuous and consistent stream, but a field of infinite possibilities over which we can exert enormous influence. We are all interconnected.

How does the energy healer work?

The healer works with the combination of intuition and intention energy. Intuition is used to ‘read’ the person’s energy field, while using intention to ‘release’ negative energy blocks from the person’s body or energy field.

Intuition
intuition was defined as "perception via the unconscious" by Carl Jung, using sensory perception to summon up a ‘knowing’ in the form of ideas, images, feelings, etc. by a process that is mostly unconscious. We have already established that we are all interconnected, and by tapping into the unconscious and the collective unconscious we have access to a field of infinite intelligence.

There are alternative methods to tap into the unconscious besides purely through intuition, e.g. through muscle testing (kinesiology), hypnosis or meditation.

Energy fields, aura and energy centres (chakras)
Through the development of sensitive instruments, science has only just begun to recognise energy fields and the aura around the body, and their role in health and disease. Eastern medicine, on the other hand, has been using the energy fields and chakras in their healing systems for thousands of years.

The chakras are subtle energy centers in the body. The positions of the seven main chakras correspond to the glands of the endocrine system and the organs surrounding them. The chakras help to regulate all the body’s systems and processes and govern all aspects of life. Each individual chakra corresponds to different levels of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual integration.

Intention
Our thoughts are very powerful. In his experiments with water, Dr Masaru Emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water reveal changes when specific, concentrated thoughts are directed toward them. He found that water from clear springs and water that has been exposed to loving words shows brilliant, complex, and colorful snowflake patterns. In contrast, polluted water, or water exposed to negative thoughts, formed incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. As our bodies are made up of 65% water, the implications of his research show how our health can be positively affected.

Energy follows thought
We know now that everything around us consists of energy and that the more density something has the lower the frequency it vibrates at, e.g. matter vibrates at a lower frequency than light. The different organs in our body each hold a specific frequency when they are healthy. Disfunction or illness holds a lower frequency. The energy healer holding a higher energy frequency and positive intention energy can transmute the lower vibrational disorders, so that healing occurs.

How can Energy Healing assist you?

It very quickly establishes core issues, talents, gifts and qualities, as well as blocks and challenges. It pinpoints physical, emotional and spiritual trauma in the body which can cause disease and affect our wellbeing.

Also, it is possible to powerfully shift and transform any area in a person’s life - in career and business, prosperity, health and relationships - and clear energetic drains and blockages on any level: physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

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