Saying “Goodbye”

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When having a thoughtful response to a friend or loved one who is in the process of leaving this world and passing on, we can bring to the surface the deep ingredients of the relationship. Creating a ritual practice of saying goodbye, like bringing closure to a passing relationship, or thanking a parent for being the amazing teacher they have been,  or a grandparent… To speak from the heart the things that need to be said, instead of regretting the things that aught to have been said. Seizing the moment! And rising to the occasion. Stepping forward with the last act of rich love.
Thanking a friend for all that you have valued in their friendship and why. This practice brings forward the spontaneous vocabulary of the heart, which in itself promotes forgiveness.
This also can tie up karmic loose ends, as in ending the book. We will all meet again… We work in groups of people; the karmic work we do life after life is with the same group of people… A close tight group of about 50 people, yet compatible to a few hundred thousand world wide.

Be one who has the courage to step forward and speak from the heart. There’s no perfect time than the present.

Blessings…

I’ve shared my gratitude to all my grandparents except one, and she passed faster than I could respond. Had a long heart to heart with my father days before his passing, as well as a good friend.
I’ve found this action to to be an expression of spiritual love, because it supports karmic closure; the ending of this chapter, and a loving way to clear the air.

Ripples

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When we do something that brings us into alignment with God and our forgiveness at the same time; the action that brings balance to our karma. Our spiritual guardians will go in and remove obstacles along our life-path to honor this simple choice of direction. This simple choice and action changes the essence of who we are along our life-line rippling in both directions, past and future. Accelerating our learning curve, and shortening the need to go to such extremes. So by looking at the lesson head on while also following spiritual guidance, we pass the exam, and the quality of who we are enriches.

My blessings to you…

Pain Management

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“Pain management”, it’s amazing how much of a contradiction that seems to be, for it feels that it’s not I who manages the pain, yet instead it is I who is being managed by the pain! Nerve pain is so very intense, and I find it funny when a doctor asks “how is the pain from 1 to 10”. Because nerve pain always begins at a 10. This pain comes and goes, so it’s not all about intensity as it is more about duration.
Intense pain has an interesting way of stealing one’s attention, managing one’s life style, and building huge walls of fear. I see this as a mountain to get over; a challenge to overcome, and out of all the different healing practices, I find the art of forgiveness (from the book Course in Miracles) provides the most profound transformations. I’ve been listening to Gary Renard on Youtube, and his teachings on forgiveness. Something in which I see grate truth in, and value to my core.
Forgiving something like pain requires realism, as real as can be mustered. So I see The I Am that I am as bigger than any pain; the spirit that I am is bigger which gives direction away from my egos projection of this pain, and into God. To make the difference I, and I alone have to be the one crossing this threshold.
I finally sat down with a neurosurgeon who smiled, and said surgery is not for me. So natural healing is my avenue, which is better for me simply because it’s what I know. You know when the sun comes out when you can laugh at your pain. And the journey continues…

Blessings.

Forgiveness

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The art and practice of forgiveness is so essential for releasing emotional attachments, and moving beyond those situations. This is NOT about forgetting, this is about releasing out of our emotional field the trauma that was performed, so we can better embrace what is life-affirming. Instead of allowing life to mold us in its angry state, and this is how we move beyond “that”.
Cutting cords of emotional attachment is the first step, because it opens a quiet space to forgive; a space free of entangled emotions. Forgiveness requires this open space, without it we just stay angry.
Forgiveness is a practice; it’s on-going because there will always be something to move beyond in becoming our potential. This practice can be for a person or a system of operation like government or war, or even ourselves for stepping into the mess of relationships or… Anything that pushes your emotional buttons. The idea is to catch ourselves sooner and sooner when we become angry, and instead practice this. Then return to our happy place. This form of spiritual gardening will cut down on conflict tremendously, as this healing will return us back into our authentic loving selves. Because this practice of forgiveness allows us the freedom to release the hurt without forgetting.

Quantum Forgiveness
To Self: “I am spirit, my body is only an illusion, it has nothing to do with what I really am”.
To Other: “You are spirit, whole and innocent, all is forgiven and released”.
Repeat this as often as the feelings arise, in a way that brings you back to compassion, and or back to an unemotional neutral space.
From the book collection -“Course in Miracles” by Helen Schucman, published by Foundation for Inner Peace.

When we forgive deep enough to see the other person as innocent, this release of emotions will untangle. This vision of their innocents through forgiveness erases the karmic issue or emotional connection all the way back to your beginning, and all the way forward into all the “what if’s” of all your possibilities. Insuring that, that lesson is completely finished, and no longer needs to be worried about.

“When you no longer have the need to be seen or heard, to be right or to be in control. When the other person is no longer “responsible” for your happiness, or any situation you’re both involved in, and that person no longer comes up in your heated conversations, then you’ve moved past that issue”.

My blessings to you…

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