At a recent class on Stress Management for Teens, I used the phrase, “A stitch in time saves nine” … and from the way they were looking at me, you would have thought I was from Mars with two heads. Apparently they were not familiar with that phrase. They must not do a lot of their own mending … or something.
The point I was trying to make is that it’s easier to address a minor situation than a major one, so good idea to implement these techniques before the situation gets so out of hand. This is as true for physical healing as it is for stress management. It is much easier to work on and heal from something small, than it is to have to address a bigger issue. Three recent situations come to mind. Read More
We’re all familiar with using a “left brain” decision making process – doing research, reading labels, that sort of thing – which is great as far as it goes. But what happens when we’ve done the research and have narrowed the field down to 4 or 5 options that for all intents and purposes are equal? That’s when we can implement a “right brain” or intuitive decision making process called Applied Kinesiology or “muscle testing.” Read More
Interesting listening to the solar eclipse coverage this week. People talking about how this event has changed for them over time. One man in particular was describing the difference between when he saw first the eclipse as a 5 year old, and how it compares to watching it today, as a NASA engineer. As a child, the eclipse is all about fantastic, “super-natural” events that cannot be understood! But as an engineer, he talked about how his training and understanding of the physical world now provides a different lens to see the eclipse though, especially being able to observe “invisible” phenomena like infra-red waves coming from the sun. It is completely within the laws of nature, and can actually be predicted! Understanding the world beyond what we can see with the naked eye, in this case – the solar system; makes an enormous difference in his experience. Read More
One of the most important things I have learned with Pranic Healing is how to do remote scanning and distance healing. I don’t know how I ever managed without these two skills. I literally use them all the time. Like the other day I was out of town on vacation, and the barn owner calls at 9:30 pm saying my horse is experiencing choke. Right away while I was on the phone with her, I scanned my horse’s energy to see what was going on. There was definitely a certain “stuckness” in his throat that I could feel and specifically locate.
Now we’ve had to work together with choke a couple of times, and I’m familiar with the energy pattern my horse presents when experiencing choke from a stress-induced situation. I wasn’t seeing a similar pattern this time. Maybe the record heat was a factor and he was a bit dehydrated. Maybe it was the new delivery of alfalfa that was just different enough, because he has been eating hay successfully. Or maybe it was something about the new horse on the property. Who knows. Read More
Maybe it’s just me, but these things tend to happen mostly on a Sunday night. Coming home after teaching Advanced Pranic Healing all weekend, before I even got to unpacking and sorting through things, my Rottweiler was obviously in need of assistance. Apparently he’d been getting progressively sicker all day, vomiting and lethargy. He was laying there in a pile on the floor. No enthusiasm. Eyelids super-droopy. His body felt heavy, like very low vital energy. Barely wanting to move. Read More