Wednesday, September 11, 2013
“…those aspects of the self that are not in alignment will come into congruence to be cleared, or to be restructured, so that this work can commence in its perfection.”
Those of you who have read and studied A Course in Miracles understand this principle very well. What we “give to God,” changes us! When we surrender and realize that we are not broken or bad or wrong, we can simply relax into God’s grace.
With this simple act (simple to consider, maybe a little harder to “do”) we begin to allow changes in our lives.
These changes begin at a very deep level and then move throughout our beingness, our lives and our very existence.
As I let go of old beliefs, grudges, hatred and prejudices, I make room for love. My attitudes change, my interactions change, my frequency changes.
Soon, I AM Love!
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
A wonderful coach, Elyse Hope Killoran shared this book with me and has been my guide for a fantastic transformation over the past 18 months. Now, I am sharing these tools with others in my coaching practice and the results are truly amazing.
"I am Word through this intention to release any and all creations that have kept me from my belief, and from my knowing, and from my honestly accepting my worth as a Child of the Creator. And I am now aligning myself to new belief systems that will align me to my own ability to love, to be loved and to allow myself to serve as a transmission of frequency as love." The Book of Love and Creation, pg. 32.
How many of us do NOT accept that we are worthy? Remember the old Wayne's World sketch on SNL? They would bow to whomever was in their presence and say "I'm not worthy." And we would all laugh and laugh and laugh, crying underneath, because we all felt the same way. Right?
Yes, this was true in my life, too. Although I could probably point to situations in my childhood that contribute to this feeling, more events in my school life that reinforced it and then even more decisions that I made in my young adulthood that kept it going, I can also choose, IN THIS MOMENT, to release this belief.
And in that intention, I have the power to reclaim my worth as a Child of the Creator. It is truly my birthright!
I believe that all healing begins with this intention: to reclaim my self worth. And when I start this reclamation process, my world begins to transform.
Whether I use EFT or Access Tools or Reiki or any other energy clearing modality, when I choose to release old hurt and pain, I allow myself the space to reclaim my true magnificence!
More later . . .
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Yes, I know, maybe a little late for resolutions . . . or NOT! One blogger I know talked about “Non-Resolutions” such as:
I WILL NOT TRY TO GET UP EARLY I've spent most of my life being wrenched out of bed. First by my parents, both of whom are "morning people". Then by early-morning science labs at university that cruelly started at 7am. Then by joining a sport renowned for 6am starts (rowing), then by the world of office work. So I'm having a lie-in this year. True fact: no one ever got to the end of their life and said, "I wish I'd had less sleep." Night night B. Magnanti*
I WILL NOT TRY TO SLOW DOWN I’m going to work at whatever pace I want to. I’m not going to resolve to slow down. I might slow down – I might speed up – but I’m not resolving either way. E. Sinclair*
The whole idea here is to not focus on things that you say you are going to do that you know, deep inside of yourself, that you will NEVER do! It’s a fun way to be a rebel AND be authentically You!
Another mentor of mine, Anisa Aven, recommends that we do New Year’s Intentions! What a great idea! I’ve been setting Morning Intentions for a few months now, based on the work I’m doing with my own personal coach.
As you may know from following Abraham-Hicks or other New Thought Leaders, setting an intention is a great way to focus on who you want to “be” in any given moment.
Setting intention, at least according to Buddhist teachings, is quite different than goal making. It is not oriented toward a future outcome. Instead, it is a path or practice that is focused on how you are "being" in the present moment. Your attention is on the ever-present "now" in the constantly changing flow of life. You set your intentions based on understanding what matters most to you and make a commitment to align your worldly actions with your inner values.**
To me, intentions are based on “being” and goals are based on “doing.” For example, here are three of my intentions for this year:
-Focus on joy, playfulness and being more open to receiving goodness into my life.
-Being a light that shines for others to see where they want to grow.
-Being open to opportunities to collaborate with other lightworkers to help the planet.
According to the Chinese horoscope, 2013 will be the Year of the Snake. I took a look at several books and sites that featured animal totems and learned that snakes represent transformation and healing. Just think about the medical sign that shows two snakes intertwined. Here’s more information:
Snake energy is the energy of wholeness, cosmic consciousness, and the ability to experience anything willingly and without resistance. It is the knowledge that all things are equal in creation. It also signals a transition in your life. New opportunities and/or changes.***
When you consider what we’ve just come through with the December 21, 2012 energy, snake medicine is just what we need!
I wonder what intentions you will create for 2013? What else is possible?
*Both of these examples from this blog: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/9772803/Telegraph-Wonder-Womens-non-resolutions-for-2013.html