Posts tagged: Transformation

Mango Blossoms Unveiled – Sacred Music for Your Sensuous Journey

By Cheryl, June 11, 2010 11:00 am
THE LEAF BECOMES A FLOWER WHEN IT LOVES,

THE FLOWER BECOMES FRUIT WHEN IT IS LOVED

– Rabindranath Tagore

Energy medicine healer, dancer – artist extraodinaire -Yoanna DaVinci has created (clothing optional) music for love…that honors the time of joy, bonding, and intimacy with the pure passion of the divine.

“We know that love heals, and every touch has an enormous power to cure, as we make the pilgrimage from our mind – to our heart.”

Translating her knowledge and practice of healing into the music, she hand-picked musicians from all over the world known for their expertise in sacred sounds.

Click HERE to get a taste and obtain more information or visit http://www.mandaravaflower.com

“Our music talks about surrendering, with trust, to a tender, beautiful love… time disappears, as we melt into the divine passion of our beloved. . . cultivating a pleasure built with consciousness that honors the power of  sacred sensuality. . . being in the reciprocity of our hearts is such immeasurable bliss.”

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How to Maintain “Heart Coherence” & Train Your Own Resilience

By Cheryl, June 7, 2010 4:44 am

HEARTMATH

after years of extensive research, claims that…

It is not our perceptions of events that cause stress, but our emotional response to those perceptions.

Apparently, when you’re stressed – feeling anxiety, anger or other negative emotions – your heart processes that information and sends it to your brain in the form of disordered heart-rhythm patterns, leaving many of your body’s systems out of sync. This is what HeartMath calls a state of heart incoherence, but the research shows you can regain and sustain heart coherence by intentionally feeling and focusing on positive emotions such as appreciation and caring.

To find out more click here or go their website: http://www.heartmath.com/

Science meets with William Shakespeare’s consummate words conveyed through Hamlet:

“…for there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking (or rather FEELING) makes it so...”

Here’s one of the HeartMath TIPs offered on the site:

We start each day with a certain amount of energy. If that energy is continually spent in stress reactions, there won’t be enough left to replenish our reserves or to maintain a healthy immune system. When we allow our energy to be drained by stress on a regular basis, we set ourselves on a path toward fatigue and exhaustion. Try this simple one-day exercise to stop the energy drain of everyday stress:

Think of five things that stress you out each day, things you could change fairly easily if you put your heart to it. Think of these things as deficits, each one sapping a share of your valuable energy. Here are some possibilities to get you started: traffic – getting to work, your state of mind when you think about your overbooked schedule, communicating with a particular family member, friend or co-worker, thinking about money issues . . .

OK, create your own list, tailoring it to your lifestyle and the things that regularly trigger your stressful emotions. Now, do your best to reduce the negative, stressful responses to the items on your list. When you start to tense up during the day, notice how you’re feeling and try to shift to a more positive feeling of ease or appreciation. Stay conscious of what you are feeling and you’ll gradually reduce those energy-draining deficits and accumulate energy assets.

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Boosting Creative Flow with Forgiveness

By Cheryl, March 26, 2010 10:43 am

In her book, CONSCIOUS CREATION, Dee Wallace has a whole chapter devoted to forgiving.  She affirms forgiveness as an invaluable tool for creating because it is a choice to move out of the energy of constriction and into flow.

She believes the reason most of us stay stuck in non-forgiveness is that “we love to wallow in what has happened.  Not only does it give us a comfortable excuse for why we can’t create, it offers a wonderful sense of community with our fellow victims.”

Choosing to take responsibility gives us the power to transform our situation.
Most of us will remember Dee Wallace as the actress who played the mother in the film, E.T: The Extra-Terrestial. (“Phone Home!”) And yet, she says the biggest gifts she ever received were the numerous people who sabotaged and hurt her.  


The amount of love I was able to experience in forgiving them, and the freedom it created, transformed my life.

She relates how her life has been filled with the lessons of forgiveness.  Her relationship with her father was a consistent challenge of forgiveness.

He couldn’t promise me he would be sober when I was a finalist for homecoming queen, so my teacher escorted me.  I won.  Later my mom would tell me that he was in the stands watching. It didn’t matter.  Bottom line, the bottle was more important than I was.

At one point after his suicide, my teacher said to me “Everyone does the best they can do. We’re all here to learn.”  That helped me forgive the crap and celebrate the good, so I could begin to move on.

From hurtful, deceitful romantic interludes to major business retaliations that devastated my career,

I learned that I had to forgive in order to live more fully.

For me – not for them.

When we go into blame, we become victims, and lose our power to create. We forget we are the Source we are blaming.  We forget that

everything that happens, happens to serve us.

Most of what we need to forgive is in the past and keeps us focused in the past.  As an adult, it is our ability to respond to a new choice that allows us to see a bigger picture.  We are able to see others’ limitations and circumstances.  We are able to even see the gifts we may have gotten from perceived hardships.  We are able to let go because we know that we too, have made mistakes.  However, we must choose to want to see these new perspectives.

Forgiveness is not a requirement for staying out of hell.

Hell is being stuck in that energy and not being able to move on.

However, forgiveness can’t be forced –and if we attach the vibration of guilt and beat ourselves up for not feeling forgiving, we bring our vibrations even lower.  It often takes some practice to be able to make that shift in our perception.
As an adult, I can see that my father did the best he could.  He was simply too damaged and incapable of healing.  I am able now to separate his drinking from his love for me and choose to remember the love.  It serves me better.  I learned from the drinking and lack of responsibility what I do not want in my own life.  They are guideposts I now use to consciously create what I want.

For more information about Dee Wallace and her work: http://www.officialdeewallace.com/


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The Distillery Debuts on the Web!

By Cheryl, March 11, 2010 12:34 pm

The Distillery produces performances and workshops that utilize theatre arts for healing, personal development and social transformation

The overall focus of the organization is to cultivate the ability to be the change you wish to see in the world, as Gandhi, so eloquently put it. In seeing ourselves as the active agent in the fulfillment of our potential, we realize we have the ability to create circumstances that produce beneficial results in the world.

For more information

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Abolish the Federal Reserve Bank

By Cheryl, January 12, 2010 11:11 am
ONE DOLLAR ($1) in 1913 required $21.60 in 2007 to match value.
That’s a 96% devaluation of our currency since the Federal Reserve came into existence.

It’s surprising how many people are not aware that the Federal Reserve Bank is a PRIVATE CORPORATION that loans the government OUR money — with interest.  They have never been audited even though representatives from congress such as Ron Paul have requested it.

Zeitgeist, the movie (The Federal Reserve, Part 1) along with Zeitgeist: Addendum – offers a clear explanation of the Fractional Reserve Banking System; (our system of modern slavery) the process of  how money is created out of debt.   It also shows how the system is inherently inflationary; the growth imperative of monetary expansion debases the currency.

It’s like a game of musical chairs, except instead of taking away chairs, we just keep adding people.

It ’s worth the effort to wrap your head around this because to understand is to transform what is…knowledge is power–power to the people!

“I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality”
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Bipolar or Waking Up?

By Cheryl, November 1, 2009 2:25 pm

I recommend watching all 13 episodes if you resonate with this subject.  There’s a lot of well organized information, not only relating to Bipolar Disorder but also about spiritual crisis/emergence and the evolution of consciousness. You can also visit the blog of the creator, Sean Blackwell:

http://bipolar-or-wakingup.blogspot.com/

And you can download a free copy of his book, “A Quiet Mind: A Mystic Journey Out of Insanity” at: http://www.newlightbeings.com/profile/SeanBlackwell

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Investing your energy wisely

By Cheryl, October 28, 2009 12:09 pm

Caroline Myss discusses chakras:

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ENLIGHTENMENT: IN TWO EASY STEPS!

By Cheryl, October 19, 2009 11:38 am

STEP 1 :

BECOME AWARE OF THE PROGRAMMING

STEP 2 :

DESTROY THE TAPES

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