There is a lot of fear about death and differing views on what happens in the experience of dying. Some people believe they have died and come back and have described their near death experiences. My understanding of the experience of dying comes from my numerous conversations with someone who has experienced it first-hand.
This is the second of 3 posts on the subject of Transition or Death. The first deals with What happens when we die. This posts deals with the actual event, The experience of dying.
This is the first of 3 Blogs on the theme of Transition or Death. I recommend you read them in order. The second post deals with The experience of dying.
Many people wonder what happens when we die and there is a lot of fear around the subject. My understanding of what happens when we die comes from numerous conversations with someone who has experienced it first-hand. Continue Reading →
You can’t stop your inner dialog, it’s as natural as breathing. But you can start to become aware that you are not your thoughts and you don’t have to believe everything you think! Thoughts come and go and you have a choice whether to act on them or not. Here’s how you can free yourself from negative thinking using simple Mindfulness techniques. Continue Reading →
The Inner Being is the life force of humans – a consciousness that has no physical form. It is our core spiritual nature, our inner self. You may already refer to this part of you as your Higher Self, or Soul Essence. You might have developed a personal relationship with your Inner Being in the form of a trusted spirit guide. Or you might perceive it as an angelic energy. Inner Beings often show themselves in a form that they know will resonate and be trusted by their human incarnations – that’s us.
Energy healing therapies focus on removing congestion that forms in our energetic circulatory system. This is our energy centres (chakras), our pathways of energy flow (meridians) and our energy field (aura). This congestion, or energetic ‘sludge’, builds up as a result of the stresses of life. Also because of our human tendency to focus on negative emotions and negative thinking, rather than on the positives in our lives. The healing energy must first of all clear the meridians so it can then flow through the body. A fast car can’t drive on a broken road, so the road needs to be fixed first. It’s the same with energy.
Meditation for stress relief is extremely effective, and moreover it’s FREE and can be done practically anywhere. The mind never stops thinking, analyzing, and trying to figure things out – a person has about 70,000 thoughts per day. Yet most of the time we are unaware of this self-talk. What meditation does is still the mind and the constant thoughts for a period of extreme relaxation which reduces stress and anxiety levels – like a pressure release valve.
Why should we love ourselves? Isn’t self-love egotistical? Weren’t we taught to put others first?
Self-love is very important because you must first be able to love yourself in order to truly be able to love other people. If you aren’t comfortable in your own skin, you can never be truly comfortable with others. Furthermore, if you don’t believe you deserve to be treated well, you will start to attract people who match that energy and who don’t treat you well. And as for ego, the more you feel good about yourself, the less you feel the need to show off or act in any ego-led way.
The key to manifesting your dreams and whatever you want in life is to practise FEELING often the joy that you will have when what you want has manifested. You need to feel that joy in your present moment because if you see it in the future, it will stay in the future. What we manifest in our lives comes from our thought-forms.
What creates illness? Many people believe we at the mercy of our genetics. They think whatever we’ve inherited from our parents is likely to pop up in our own bodies sooner or later. But that’s not the full story.