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Uprooting Anger

Our Mind is a Garden

Dig it.

Imagine your mind as a garden. Within it are rows of seeds that have been planted, germinated, blooming and coming to fruition. These are the seeds of your thoughts, your dreams, your reality. This is your garden. Only seeds you allow in will grow here. If a weed begins to grow we have the power to pluck it with love and grace and allow space for a bountiful seed to fill its place.

Now, imagine your actions are the nutrients and your seeds are your thoughts. The more your actions align with your thoughts, the more you seed is taken care of to grow to fruition. If our thoughts and actions are out of tune, weeds may grown and our seeds may become overrun.

These weeds may constitute as negative beliefs, curses, toxic habits, self-sabotaging behavior, excuses, resentment, guilt, blame, shame, attachment, fear…. and the list goes on and on. These weeds can be very harmful to the health and integrity of the whole garden. For this article, we will be discussing how to recognize weeds rooted in anger.

Weeds and Roots

When we do not feel it to heal it, where does it go? 

Our body is regulated by our emotions and our emotions can stay in motion or reside in our body to become residual pain. If they become stored in the body and we do not feel it to heal it, it is harbored somewhere. So where? Our Organs of course; 90% of resentment is stored in the Gallbladder whereas 90% of anger is stored in the Liver. Our emotions are released upon experiencing an event, whether that event is past, present or future.

When we revisit an event through a memory, our body biochemically relives the past event. Emotionally we experience the emotions tied to that event, and when an event has upset us in any way, we may have a tendency to attach to it, especially the outcome. We emotionally choose events we know we can predict by recreating past events in the present moment.

Our future becomes more predictable and we feel more at ease. But what happens when unforseen things happen? What triggers us to become aggressive or highly stressed suddenly when something unexpected happens? Expectations, but not just expectations… failed expectations.

Anger is a response to a failed expectation. We anticipate events and how they unfold in order to help ourselves anticipate any potential threats to our survival. Our ability to revisit memories grants us the capacity to think ahead of what may be coming.  Our response to a situation through our meaning behind the response is what allows us to attach an emotion to an event.

When we attach ourselves to an emotion tied to an event, we begin attaching ourselves to that emotion. The more we attach ourselves to an emotion, the more familiar it becomes. The more comfortable we feel when we experience that emotion and the more we want to reproduce the predictability of this emotion.

When anger becomes so familiar because we have under-delivering of high expectations of ourselves or others, we begin to continue to find reasons to stay upset. We feed the cycle over and over again because it is comfortable and feels safe.

Yet, do we grow when we are uncomfortable? No. Does our mind garden get enough nutrients when we begin letting anger weeds take over the fertility of the soil and the bounty of the harvest? No. Are we happy when we are in perpetual states of anger? No. Does extended periods of anger lead to dis-ease? Yes.

We know this because Anger lives in the Liver and Liver detoxifies the body of drugs and alcohol. One coping mechanism for anger is to drink alcohol. Alcohol also targets the liver and is associated with increased aggression, anger and hostility. If someone who struggles with anger and/or alcohol begins to focus on the root of their dis-ease, deep seated healing will occur.

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11D Chakras Heart Bridge Rei-Ki

Rei-Ki

Promotion of EASE,

As humans, we have conditioned ourselves to live in a 3-Dimensional reality — a material world based on Fear. We put so much emphasis and value on accumulating stuff and then we go in a cycle of worrying about losing the stuff we value. We develop anxiety disorders, depression and anger when we lose our “things” and then our health, in turn follows our thoughts. We see the world through a lens of “us vs. them” and we begin to compete for survival. We manipulate ourselves and those around us to get our needs met, we cheat and we lie to feel instant gratification, and we view the world through an egotistical lens of “Me versus the World.” We begin to only feel happy when we buy more shit and we condition ourselves to buy our happiness. 

Having shit to be happy is also like saying “no-thing is enough” and so we become victims to the world of cause and effect. “If I don’t have enough money… then this…. If only I had more money…. then this.” It’s time to change our value system — as Dr. Joe Dispenza says “It’s time to cause an effect.” How do we let go of valuing ourselves based on the “stuff” we have?

What does it mean to have “Ease?” To be preventative towards states of “Dis-ease?” For a Reiki practitioner the answer seems simple — shine more light on the matter. To avoid Dis-Ease is to practice preventative methods and lifestyle choices which support optimal health and vitality. To practice preventive ways of overcoming “Dis-Ease” before it has the potential of existing would mean to view time as non-linear. This would also suggest, we each have a major role to play in our ownership of health. 

This is a time for greatness —

 

If we are to move away from the victim model of suffering, it is highly suggested we move towards a model of ownership and acceptance over our choices and physical bodies. Our physical body is a student and our pain is our teacher. Once we choose to learn the lesson coded in the pain — we can move beyond the victim-mindset and programming. We are the creators and manifestors of our own lives, our only limits are our imaginations. 

Is time linear? If time is linear — then how can we transport our minds back into a space of memory which takes us out of the present moment? If time is seen as non-linear it allows you to perceive time in a way that we can bend and use as a portal of healing.

Akashic Records 

 

Once time is viewed as non-linear, it holds a deeper understanding of the fabric of energy and how it can be extended beyond our vessels and minds, beyond space and time. Suppose someone is sick and calls while in another time zone. This loved one is someone you hear as very distraught, very dis-eased. You begin talking with them in a soothing tone, you lower your voice so that it is more calm and grounded. After 30 minutes you hear Ease coming through in the tone of their voice, you sense they are feeling less upset and more comforted after sharing energy with you. Now, did the energy you sent travel back/forth in time? Did the Ease in your voice allow space for Ease to be transmuted? What then, are the limitations of energy transferance? No — the only limitations are our imaginations. 

In order to see life unfold outside of linear time, one also sees human beings as more than meat and bones — We are entities of light, love and spirit and our energy. Energy when in motion, free of pain and consciousness blocks, can move through us and to us beyond space and time. So what does this mean to apply such a metaphysical and energetic approach to healing? 

It means moving away from living and thinking in a Material 3-Dimensional World of Fear by instead embracing the 5-D Plane of Light. This Plane is built on unconditional love and abundance, which then manifest in the physical. It is a dimension of the mind, beyond space and time, where you are integrated with your Higher Self and there is no space for guidance by your Ego. Living and thinking in 5-D allows healing of all mental, emotional and physical bodies. Thinking in this dimension allows you to trust in the unfolding of the unknown and universal flow of energy. 

This philosophy takes into account each person’s path of healing is as unique to them as their thumbprint, thousands of modalities and billions of philosophies on “health” and “wellness” and what it means to be “thriving.” In this newsletter we will be discussing Reiki as a non-invasive energetic metaphysical approach to promoting “ease” and guidance of restoring flow to energetic blocks in one’s 

The character “Reiki” (pronounced RAY-kee) is a Japanese word for Divine Light (Rei) and Universal Life Force (Ki). The art of Reiki is the opening and channeling of this specific frequency of Spiritual Energy through the practitioner’s hands and is the heart of this synergistic approach. Reiki is non-invasive, is safe for everyone and anyone, does not deplete the giver or receiver and can be channeled to all living things. Although Reiki is a hands-on healing technique, it may be channeled to a recipient both in-person, and long-distance. 

Practicing Reiki simultaneously promotes recharging and rebooting the body’s system in a loving and compassionate way in both the giver and receiver. The practitioner puts their own ego aside in order to channel the Reiki — it will always go where it is needed. When focusing on where hand placement is most appropriate, the practitioner utilizes a biomagnetic map of the body to clear and transmute the blockage of energies. 

Tapping into the flow of Reiki is dependent on the intention of the Receiver, the openness of the Giver, and the focus and connection to Breath. When energies are in motion, emotion is felt. When we ignore feeling and releasing an emotion, these energies and choose to hold onto them, they can block the flow of energies, causing physical pain and dis-ease. This all sounds so wild… right? Or does it? 

The Practitioner utilizes a biomagnetic map of the body to guide the blockage of energies. Reiki utilizes the 7 Major Chakras as a biomagnetic map of the body’s patterns of energy to balance, clear and transmute energy blockages and stains which can lead to DIS-EASE. 

The 7 Major Chakras correlate to major glands and groups of nerves, or plexi. Our immunity is governed by our neuroendocrinological systems, the balance of our homones and autonomic nervous systems are dependent on the energies of these systems maintaining movement and communication. When a person is experiencing chronic stress, depression, hormone imbalances or anxiety; the body is communicating that there is a barrier to the regulatory system. 

DIS-EASE___ rampid fight-or-flight systems activated

 

Reiki promotes EASE. Nervous System… Rest versus Flight

Our bodies have a relaxation response which can be measured using biofeedback, monitoring blood pressure and checking saliva samples for levels of Immunoglobulin A proteins and cortisol levels. Results from one study from 2002, showed the Receiver may experience a decrease in systolic blood pressure, increase in skin temperature, decrease in anxiety, increase in Immunoglobulin A in saliva and decrease in EMG readings during treatment. IgA is plays an important role in immune function of our mucous membranes, lower IgA levels means decreased immune function. Cortisol is the body’s main stress hormone and is a natural alarm system for the body. Higher levels of cortisol directly relate to stressors causing DIS-EASE. 

In Reiki I the practitioner learns the hand positions and in Reiki II they are given symbols to further promote healing. The intention of the practitioner is to channel the Rei-Ki (universal energy) into the client with the intention of working with Major chakras to allow the optimal flow of Reiki from Giver to Receiver. In Reiki III, the student is given the Master symbols and may begin initiating new practitioners into their specific lineage.

Distance doesn’t Matter because everything is energy. 

Reiki is a verb, not a belief system. 

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3D and Energy

3D and Energy

In our society, we are relentlessly advertised to and encouraged to conspicuously consume because we have programmed ourselves to collect “stuff,” to love “stuff” and to attach to “stuff” to feel the “fittest” and thus the more we consume and find validation in our “stuff.” The less focus we have on what really matters (energy), the more energy we focus on “matter” by plugging into a program of conspicuous control by the 3D physical world.

A system of control such as this promotes fear of loss, anxiety, competition rather than collaboration, distress, dis-ease and lack of self-worth. The beauty of programming is, it can be re-written. It’s actually quite a divine process and we will be going into it in more detail down the road. For now, it’s important to understand we live in the dawn of a new age, the Age of Ascension. Our planet is amongst 383 other planets of Ascension and it is our time to rise. But how….?

We begin with awareness. In life, it is imperative when seeking to change anything about ourselves, environment and choices (our personal reality) we must first bring awareness to the areas we want to change in our personality. Living in a 3D world where everything is perceived as energy allows space to bring intentional awareness to various aspects of our lives, rather than be tied up in a world of attachment to “stuff.” For, when everything is energy, no-thing matters because when you shed more light on the matter you see that it’s is ENERGY!

What we give thought to, we give energy, movement and life to. Energy is the catalyst to motion, thus energy in motion is “e-motion.” Our human brain responds to an event, generates a thought, integrates an emotional response, sends out the energetic imprint of what is happening and the energy is stored in the body or released into the ether.

When we accept we live in a quantum reality, we choose to move out of a victim mindset and into the co-creation space of infinite possibilities. Where the subjective mind can cause objective changes and the “viewer” becomes the “receiver.” For in the simplest form of it all, our brains and neurons are merely receivers of information.

Energy in motion = Emotion

Our nervous systems regulate our emotions. Our endocrine system regulates our hormones. Together, they regulate our bodily functions — Neuroendocrinologically. This means, our 3D body is ran by its emotional responses to whether an event, situation, person or thing is a friend or foe. When we choose to stay in a state of distress, promoting dis-ease we find that we begin to experience pain.

We begin to experience pain during chronic periods of stress because we are unable to digest emotions while being stuck in a long-term space of “fight-or-flight.” Our emotions outside of our immediate stress response; love, compassion, grief, happiness, joy… these are are neuroendocrinologically barricaded and stored in the body until the body is able to connect to them in a state of “rest-and-digest” and “ease.”

So how do we go from a state of “fight-or-flight” to a space of “rest-and-digest?” Energetically of course. Why? Because in a quantum reality everything is waves and streams of conscious energy floating around in ethereal space. If everything is energy and not matter and all that matters is energy, how do we energetically halt the brakes on the stress response? Remember, Energy in motion = E-motion and when we want to change an aspect of our personal realities we must first change our personality. We begin with bringing awareness to our emotions.

More on this in the next article.

 

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3D and Dis-Ease

In a 3D reality, is everything energy? We as human beings, tend to expend an enormous amount of energy on our body while living in a mental world of fear and attachment. We project outside of us what we directly feel inside of us and find comfort in the material world of stuff and hold onto it for fear we may fall. The irony is, life is a free fall and baby we are going ethereal.

In a 3D reality, we emotionally attach ourselves to our stuff and attach anxiety to losing our stuff. We build fear around the idea life is all about competition and surviving the notion it is us versus them. In doing so, we feed our mindstate with fear of loss, distress and dis-ease. We see our bodies as densifications of light and we fill ourselves with fright, if this… then that… or as Newton taught us cause and effect. Our fear of losing our stuff to them fills our physical bodies with distress and the wheel of insanity continues to spin. Our bodies undergo extensive periods of chronic distress, promoting dis-ease and we find ourselves depressed and consuming more stuff to fill the void. So what is distress?

D I S T R E S S

When a stressor presents itself our bodies biochemically respond to fear with a cascade of hormones and in it’s defense, our fight-or-flight stress response is emotionally triggered. A stressor is anything that can cause strain or tension and in this article I will refer to them as something that can activate our stress response in our brain. Any stressor that produces an emotional response of distress promotes dis-ease in our physical bodies.

How do stressors promote dis-ease?

Our brains are hard-wired to adapt and survive our external environment and our body is programmed to respond appropriately to stimuli. When we live in a 3D reality of anxiety fed by our fear of loss to the material world we hold most dear, our body will respond to see others as threats to our surival. Our body is our subconscious mind and so in time, we program our survival instincts subconsciously. The more stressors and tension we respond with to our environment, the less ease and relaxation we feel. The less ease we feel, the more dis-ease(s) will present themselves.

Let’s say, you woke up late for a college exam and cannot find your car keys. We may begin to think terrible thoughts and negative emotions toward this specific event. The thoughts we send our body about the way we perceive these potential stressors, is all regulated by a nuclei in our brain called the Amygdala. The Amygdala is in charge of emotionally processing events and communicates closely with another nuclei called the Hypothalamus. Upon experiencing a stressor that may disrupt a state of feeling safe, the Amygdala sends out a distress signal to the Hypothalamus. As the communication center for the body, the Hypothalamus regulates our fight-or-flight and rest-and-digest systems in the body. These systems regulate involuntary autonomic nervous system functions such as;

Blood Pressure

Heart Rate

Blood Vessels and Bronchiole Dilation and Constriction

Pupillary Dilation and Constriction

Respiratory Rate

In other words, our perception of stressors regulates how much blood, oxygen and nutrients are assimilated into the whole body at any given moment. The more distress perceived by the brain, the longer the body stays in fight-or-flight mode, the longer we experience an emotional state of dis-ease, the longer our stress hormones are dumped into the system, the harder the system has to recover to get back to a baseline and ease state of rest-and-digest where the blood, oxygen and nutrients may be assimilated and integrated into the body.

Visualize your body as a car, the vehicle of your soul. The rest-and-digest system are the brakes for your car and the fight-or-flight system is the gas pedal. Distress signals from the Amygdala tell the Hypothalamus it’s time to put the gas pedal to the floor with sudden bursts of energy to help us in the 3D with survival.

Fortunately, this system has helped us survive since the dawn of our species. Unfortunately, this system can be harmful to the body if left “on” for long periods of time and can cause symptoms of depression, adrenal fatigue, tension headaches, indigestion, increased cortisol levels, increased cholesterol levels, increased blood pressure and the list goes on and on. These symptoms are referred to states of “dis-ease” and can be turned “off” by activating the “rest-and-digest” system.

In the next article I will be discussing the Rest-and-Digest system and how living in a quantum reality where everything that matters is energy, promotes Ease.