If you’ve ever been in prolonged physical pain and/or discomfort, you know how hard it can be to feel a connection to the non-physical (Spirit, God etc) from within that. How hard it can be to find that point of peace. The physical sensations are overwhelming. The mental and emotional weight is incredible. Today I’mContinue reading “Healing: Admitting Curiosity”
Marian Lansky continues to post lovely light, clear essays that cut through the noise. If you haven’t yet, check out her blog Outrageous Undoing. (Cheers, Marian 😉 )
A Monroe Institute Gateway Voyage program is being offered in Chicago by two of my favorite facilitators, Marinda and Bob. More information and registration info available here. _______________________________________________________________________________
When I was a child there was a time when I dreaded going to school. One particular day I woke and decided to pretend that I was sick. Sore throat, headache … a mother can’t prove that you don’t have a sore throat and a headache, not like faking the flu or something, eh? SoContinue reading “Healing: the Effort of Holding on”
This is an interesting account of a man’s NDE and his subsequent conscious healing of his body: Dr Bell’s story If you don’t want to read all the how-I-was-injured etc, skip down to the “My Subconscious Clinic” heading and read down from there. Some useful, applicable information that anyone can use. (Thanks for sending meContinue reading “Dr. Bell NDE: Self Healing in This World”
A friend has blogged a post that addresses the core of self-healing that is well worth reading. In fact, all her posts on Outrageous Undoing are gems … check out Marian’s insight here: What is Real Healing and How Do I Get Me Some. Nice, Marian!
A friend of a friend posted an interesting short video interview with Kerry Keegan on a near-death experience and healing Check it out on Allyson’s blog: Shanti Pax.
A pervasive misunderstanding says that when someone becomes “enlightened” they cease to have problems and challenges in their lives. Related to this, when we have problems or challenges that we struggle with, we criticize ourselves or are disappointed and feel defeated … This isn’t supposed to happen to me! There must be something wrong withContinue reading “Thoughts on Difficulties, Challenges & Perfection”
Bob Olson of afterlifetv has posted an interview with Nancy Canning on his afterlifetv website. If you’re curious about ways to gain insight and information without nearly dying to do it (!), you might find this interview interesting… Check out Nancy Canning on afterlifetv
A number of clients lately have been asking me the same question: “Why is this happening (to me)” The implication or follow up questions suggest the assumption that if one can figure out why something is happening, one can then stop it or turn it in a different direction. A more valuable question is often,Continue reading “Why or How, Which Is The Question?”