Monday, March 31, 2008

The Science and the Art of Asking

One of the most powerful conscious energy technologies I have used is Spiritual Response Therapy (SRT). It has the power to reach energetic depths and breadth that are otherwise beyond our conscious access.

I have used SRT for some years and have known its potential. But teaching an Advanced Level SRT class this past weekend has brought home once again the mind boggling power of this system. And it is expanding and unfolding continually as our consciousness expands.

It is based on the simple principle "Ask and it is Given". But the art of asking is not so simple. First we must be aware of what is possible and available.
Then we must learn to be specific in our asking.
And lastly, we must remain assured that it is coming and allow the process.
The more awareness, the better the choice. And the more specific, the sooner it comes. Ask to release or to receive, both work the same way.

Spiritual Response Therapy is the tool for developing the fine art of asking. Whom are we asking? I call it Source -- from whence all things are created. You may have your own name -- Spirit, God, Universe. Universal Consciousness, Field of all Possibilities -- it doesn't matter. This is not imagination folks, it follows universal Laws that science is beginning to unravel.

It is a fascinating world of energy out here. Come play with me some time.


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Sunday, March 23, 2008

Happy Easter

Happy Easter!!

A time when new things
spring to life
after a cold cold winter.

A time when
all that is good resurrects
in forgiving embrace
of the Spirit

Happy Easter!!
Welcome to a time
that reminds us again
that good things never die.

Love. Love. Love
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Thursday, March 20, 2008

A Right Brain View

What are the chances that a neuroanatomist (a scienticist who studies the anatomy of the brain) would have a stroke which gives her an opportunity to study the process inside out. Such is the fascinting story of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor.

It is and amazing view. And also reminds you that there are no accidents.


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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Heart Meditation

Meditations for Busy People

This month's meditation focuses on the Heart Center.

Our heart is the seat of our soul. The soul is about 'love' and does not understand anything other than love. So when we worry or get stressed out, the heart contracts and edges out our soul energy -- restricts its flow and thereby initiates a downward spiral.

Here is a simple way to change that from the inside out, using breath and our minds -- the two most potent tools we have.

(15 min.) Enjoy.
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