Living In Wholeness

by Dr. Rita Louise –

A warm breeze blows across an open field. The tall blades of green grass and brightly colored wildflowers that fill this open space bow their heads gingerly, allowing the heated air to rush by. Then as if orchestrated, these precious gems one by one return to their original position, standing proudly, basking in the afternoon sun. They have returned to their center and are maintaining the delicate balance between their internal needs and the environment. They are living in their wholeness.

We as humans also must bend and flow to the demands placed upon us by our environment. On a physical level, this is referred to as homeostasis. Homeostasis is defined as the body’s ability to maintain an inner balance in the face of changing conditions of our environment. This is a very important concept to understand if we are to understand the true nature of our being. We are constantly responding to external stimuli. The temperature of our bodies, for example, must be held within a narrow temperature band. If our environment is significantly heated, the body automatically responds, and we begin to perspire.

When we don’t treat our bodies as we should, when we ignore its telltale signs of aches and pains, our body tries to compensate. Internally, we are like a teeter-totter, where the many systems of our bodies are players in a perpetual dance, moving tête-à-tête with a mutual goal, to maintain balance. When we continually ignore the warnings our bodies give us and we push our delicate systems to their outer limits, the body breaks down and we experience disease. Our bodies have now become compromised and it will require much work to assist it in getting back into balance. That is, if it is not too late.

It is as if that very same wind, as it blows across the open field, the tall green grass and wildflowers that once moved and swayed in the warm breeze now lay down on their sides, then struggle to raise their heads to the sun.

But we are more than just a body. We are Spirit that has chosen to exist within the physical, filled with thoughts, feelings and emotions. How are we as unique individual affected by our environment on these levels?

When we are in balance, we are able to have, feel and experience emotions. To want, to need, to laugh, to cry, to hope, to desire, to despair, to pity, the ability to know love or joy from the depths of our hearts and souls. These feelings are a direct response to external stimuli. When we see a awe-inspiring vista, hear a good joke, or receive a tender kiss from someone we love. How do we respond? For many of us, we own these feelings. We feel breathless as we look at the stunning view, we laugh deeply and whole-heartily at the joke or we feel the warmth, love and caring of our partner.

But what about the other emotions that we experience, emotions such as fear, anger, loneliness, jealousy or pain. What do we do with these feelings? As a society, we have been taught what feelings are good or appropriate to express. We have been trained from an early age to repress, suppress and deny feelings of anger, sadness or pain as if they are bad. While it is ok to express emotions of happiness, joy and love, there is no permission for us to express emotions that are perceived as being negative. But aren’t these “negative” feelings your feelings also?

Instead, what do we choose to do with these feelings? We stuff them. We invalidate them. We get busy. We try to take our mind off our problems. We fight ourselves so that we don’t have to experience these feelings. We shove them deep into our being, pushing them deeper and deeper into ourselves, until after a while we can no longer see them. We think “Well, I’m over that one”. But are we really? Did we actually release the emotions or did we just hide them from ourselves?

When we suppress vs. experiencing and releasing our emotions, we go into resistance. Resistance puts unnecessary stress and strain on the body. It takes enormous amounts of physical energy to maintain the dam that we have created in order to hold back our emotions. Then we don’t have to look at them, feel them or experience them. We add bricks to an energetic wall that surrounds us until we have no feelings, good or bad, negative or positive at all. It is not that we have stopped the flow of our “negative” emotions, it is because we have stopped the flow of our emotional energy altogether.

When we give ourselves permission to express all our feelings (both positive and negative ones), when we allow them to run their course, we always feel lighter, fresher and more centered. When our emotions are balanced, we can experience all of them to their fullest. It is easier for us to own them and then process them quickly and effortlessly. They are allowed to flow through us. We breath them in, we experience them and we let them go. It is the beauty of our existence.

In the words of Oscar Wilde, “Find expression for a sorrow, and it will become dear to you. Find expression of joy, and you will intensify its ecstasy”. My friends, this is emotional homeostasis.

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Emotional Homeostasis: Living In Wholeness

by Dr. Rita Louise

A warm breeze blows across an open field. The tall blades of green grass and brightly colored wildflowers that fill this open space bow their heads gingerly, allowing the heated air to rush by. Then as if orchestrated, these precious gems one by one return to their original position, standing proudly, basking in the afternoon sun. 
They have returned to their center and are maintaining the delicate balance between their internal needs and the environment. They are living in their wholeness.

We as humans also must bend and flow to the demands placed upon us by our environment. 

On a physical level, this is referred to as homeostasis. Homeostasis is defined as the body’s ability to maintain an inner balance in the face of changing conditions of our environment. This is a very important concept to understand if we are to understand the true nature of our being. 
We are constantly responding to external stimuli. The temperature of our bodies, for example, must be held within a narrow temperature band. If our environment is significantly heated, the body automatically responds and we begin to perspire.

When we don’t treat our bodies as we should, when we ignore its telltale signs of aches and pains, our body tries to compensate. 

Internally, we are like a teeter-totter, where the many systems of our bodies are players in a perpetual dance, moving tête-à-tête with a mutual goal, to maintain balance. When we continually ignore the warnings our bodies give us and we push our delicate systems to their outer limits, the body breaks down and we experience disease. Our bodies have now become compromised and it will require much work to assist it in getting back into balance. That is, if it is not too late.

It is as if that very same wind, as it blows across the open field, the tall green grass and wildflowers that once moved and swayed in the warm breeze now lay down on their sides, then struggle to raise their heads to the sun. But we are more than just a body. We are Spirit that has chosen to exist within the physical, filled with thoughts, feelings and emotions. 

 How are we as unique individual affected by our environment on these levels?
When we are in balance, we are able to have, feel and experience emotions. 
To want, to need, to laugh, to cry, to hope, to desire, to despair, to pity, the ability to know love or joy from the depths of our hearts and souls. These feelings are a direct response to external stimuli. When we see a awe-inspiring vista, hear a good joke, or receive a tender kiss from someone we love. How do we respond? For many of us, we own these feelings. We feel breathless as we look at the stunning view, we laugh deeply and whole-heartily at the joke or we feel the warmth, love and caring of our partner.

But what about the other emotions that we experience, emotions such as fear, anger, loneliness, jealousy or pain. What do we do with these feelings? 

As a society, we have been taught what feelings are good or appropriate to express. We have been trained from an early age to repress, suppress and deny feelings of anger, sadness or pain as if they are bad. While it is ok to express emotions of happiness, joy and love, there is no permission for us to express emotions that are perceived as being negative. But aren’t these “negative” feelings your feelings also?

Instead, what do we choose to do with these feelings? 

We stuff them. We invalidate them. We get busy. We try to take our mind off our problems. We fight ourselves so that we don’t have to experience these feelings. We shove them deep into our being, pushing them deeper and deeper into ourselves, until after a while we can no longer see them. We think “Well, I’m over that one”. But are we really? Did we actually release the emotions or did we just hide them from ourselves?

When we suppress vs. experiencing and releasing our emotions, we go into resistance. 

Resistance puts unnecessary stress and strain on the body. It takes enormous amounts of physical energy to maintain the dam that we have created in order to hold back our emotions. Then we don’t have to look at them, feel them or experience them. We add bricks to an energetic wall that surrounds us until we have no feelings, good or bad, negative or positive at all. It is not that we have stopped the flow of our “negative” emotions, it is because we have stopped the flow of our emotional energy altogether.

When we give ourselves permission to express all our feelings (both positive and negative ones), when we allow them to run their course, we always feel lighter, fresher and more centered. 

When our emotions are balanced, we can experience all of them to their fullest. It is easier for us to own them and then process them quickly and effortlessly. 

They are allowed to flow through us. We breath them in, we experience them and we let them go. It is the beauty of our existence.

In the words of Oscar Wilde, “Find expression for a sorrow and it will become dear to you. Find expression of joy and you will intensify its ecstasy”. My friends, this is emotional homeostasis.

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Rediscovering Your Multidimensionality

by Dr. Rita Louise Ph.D. –

We are all familiar with the make-up of our bodies on physical levels. We have a heart and lungs, a liver and pancreas, kidneys, muscles and bones. We also have of glands, including our thyroid and pituitary, which secrete hormones and regulate our bodily functions. All in all, it is believed that we are made up no more than a complex series of bio-chemical processes. This view of health, healing and medicine has been around for hundreds of years. It is based upon a Newtonian view of the world, which sees life as a series of intricate mechanisms. Doctors are taught to conceptualize the body as a type of glorified machine, with medicine attempting to repair maladies of the body with no more than a monkey wrench, a pair of pliers and some bailing twine. But are we, as human beings, really just glorified machines?

As we move into the new millennium, we are poised at a unique point in human history where science and “religion” are becoming one. With it, a new standard of health and medicine is beginning to unfold. This new standard pictures the body as not only as a series of organs, glands and biological processes, but as a network of complex energies that interact with one another. This explanation of the life experience, is called the Einsteinian paradigm. The Einsteinian paradigm validates an innumerable number of esoteric principals and spiritual beliefs that are part of many of our world’s cultures. They hypothesize that all things, man included, are made up of a vast array of interconnecting energies and energetic fields. This new perspective makes it easy for us to appreciate how we are all connected to one another and to everything that occupies our universe, both seen and unseen.

This shift in viewpoint also makes it ease to comprehend that we are made up of more than just a physical body. Actually we are made up of 5 separate but distinct bodies. They include the physical body or the world of matter, the etheric, the astral, the mental and casual bodies. Existing at different vibratory rates or frequencies, each of these bodies occupy the same time-space continium as our current 3-dimensional world, but they exist on subtle levels and are unseen to the naked or untrained eye.

The casual body is the world of spirit, the world of pure energy. It is were our soul joins with the cosmic conscious, the universe, or feels one with God. It is from here that we, as humans, create our group conscious. The mental body is the world of thoughts. It reflects our ability to think and construct images and ideas. It is where our ideas and imagination transition from the nothingness of the casual body and enter into the constructs of the conscious mind. The astral body expresses itself in our feelings and emotions. It reflects our ability to communicate our needs and desires. By taking the thoughts and ideas of the mental body, it is able to organize or establish patterns, with which we can later manifest. It is where our integrity and truth are derived. The _expression of the etheric body is the physical world or world of matter. It is concerned with the processes and activities of energy, in and around the physical body and the manifestation onto the physical plane. It is responsible for the growth and repair of the physical body. It is also the energy we tap into when we manifest our needs and desired onto the physical plane.

Each of these subtle bodies interacts with us on physiological levels. Energy or information flow between the subtle bodies via the “chakras” or energy centers. Like the physical body, there are seven major chakras in each of the subtle bodies. Chakras function similar to electrical transformers, stepping down energy from one frequency to another. Energy is exchanged via a series of tubes or vortexes from one level to another, with the chakra functioning as a sort of relay station. Incoming energy is slowed down until it reaches a vibration or frequency that our bodies can assimilate. In essence, the chakras regulate the flow of energy into our bodies, providing it to us in a form in which we can handle.

The chakras of the mental body, for example, reduce the vibrational frequency of the energy it receives from the casual body. From here it is either disseminated into the mental body, or is passed on and slowed down even further as it travels on to layers of a slower vibratory rate. This continues through each of our subtle bodies, until it reaches the physical body, where a physiological or hormonal response occurs.

When our energy is moving and flowing, we remain in a state of health and wellbeing. When our energy slows down, becomes stagnant or blocked, we manifest dis-ease. Dis-ease is the reaction to an imbalance in the flow of our life force energy. Imbalances in the energy of the mental body can manifest as narrow-mindedness, disrespect for life and nature, or materialism. Imbalances of the astral body manifest as anger, rage, phobias, depression, and hate. Imbalances of the etheric body manifest in the form of a cold, back pain, arthritis, or cancer.

Once an imbalance is experienced and takes hold in one of the subtle bodies it can then trickle down and manifest on a physical level. Dis-ease is typically first experienced on subtle energetic levels, weeks, months or longer, before it is felt physically.

Let me give you an example of how this works. At a psychic fair, I performed a clairvoyant reading for a woman in her late sixties. Upon first looking at her energy, I noted a dark, heavy, stagnant energy sitting over the center of her chest. I shared with her that within this dense energy, I could feel that there was a deep seated, unresolved emotional issue at work. Upon further exploration, I felt that this energy had to do with her mother. Without a breath, she responded that it couldn’t be true. She shared with me that she had been adopted as an infant and had never known her birth mother, therefore, there could not possibly be any issues surrounding her.

Energetically speaking, however, I could clearly see a large blockage in her astral body, in the area of her 4th chakra or heart center. I felt that she either wasn’t aware of this issue on a conscious level or was in an extreme state of denial. Intellectually I could understand where her perception came from. She had been adopted as an infant. The feelings or abandonment had been a part of her since she her first moments on earth. They contributed to her identity of self. Through the years, these unresolved emotional issues filtered down through the subtle bodies and manifested in the form of heart disease (she recently had quadruple bypass surgery). According to my client, however, her physical condition had nothing to do with her mother or her unresolved emotional issues.

With the dawn of a new age in science, medicine and healing, we are now rediscovering our multidimensionality. As science comes full circle, back to the thoughts and beliefs of our ancestors, they are that we are indeed spirit, living in a physical body. With this, the key to wellness lie not only with diet, pills and exercise. It also extends to our thoughts, feelings and emotions. These too contribute to our overall state of health and healing.

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Energetically Speaking

by Dr. Rita Louise –

We are all familiar with the make-up of our bodies on physical levels. We have a heart and lungs, a liver and pancreas, kidneys, muscles and bones. We also have glands, including our thyroid and pituitary, which secrete hormones and regulate our bodily functions. All in all, it is believed that we are made up no more than a complex series of bio-chemical processes. 
This view of health, healing and medicine has been around for hundreds of years. It is based upon a Newtonian view of the world, which sees life as a series of intricate mechanisms. Doctors are taught to conceptualize the body as a type of glorified machine, with medicine attempting to repair maladies of the body with no more than a monkey wrench, a pair of pliers and some bailing twine. But are we, as human beings, really just glorified machines?

We are poised at a unique point in human history where science and “religion” are becoming one. With it, a new standard of health and medicine is beginning to unfold. This new standard pictures the body as not only as a series of organs, glands and biological processes but as a network of complex energies that interact with one another. 

This explanation of the life experience, is called the Einsteinian paradigm. 

The Einsteinian paradigm validates an innumerable number of esoteric principals and spiritual beliefs that are part of many of our world’s cultures. They hypothesize that all things, man included are made up of a vast array of interconnecting energies and energetic fields. This new perspective makes it easy for us to appreciate how we are all connected to one another and to everything that occupies our universe, both seen and unseen.

This shift in viewpoint also makes it ease to comprehend that we are made up of more than just a physical body. Actually we are made up of 5 separate but distinct bodies. They include the physical body or the world of matter, the etheric, the astral, the mental and casual bodies. Existing at different vibratory rates or frequencies, each of these bodies occupy the same time-space continium as our current 3-dimensional world, but they exist on subtle levels and are unseen to the naked or untrained eye.

The casual body is the world of spirit, the world of pure energy. It is were our soul joins with the cosmic conscious, the universe, or feels one with God. It is from here that we, as humans, create our group conscious. 

The mental body is the world of thoughts. It reflects our ability to think and construct images and ideas. It is where our ideas and imagination transition from the nothingness of the casual body and enter into the constructs of the conscious mind. 
The astral body expresses itself in our feelings and emotions. It reflects our ability to communicate our needs and desires. By taking the thoughts and ideas of the mental body, it is able to organize or establish patterns, with which we can later manifest. It is where our integrity and truth are derived. 
The expression of the etheric body is the physical world or world of matter. It is concerned with the processes and activities of energy, in and around the physical body and the manifestation onto the physical plane. It is responsible for the growth and repair of the physical body. It is also the energy we tap into when we manifest our needs and desires onto the physical plane.

Each of these subtle bodies interacts with us on physiological levels. Energy or information flow between the subtle bodies via the “chakras” or energy centers. Like the physical body, there are seven major chakras in each of the subtle bodies. 

Chakras function similar to electrical transformers, stepping down energy from one frequency to another. Energy is exchanged via a series of tubes or vortexes from one level to another, with the chakra functioning as a sort of relay station. Incoming energy is slowed down until it reaches a vibration or frequency that our bodies can assimilate. In essence, the chakras regulate the flow of energy into our bodies, providing it to us in a form in which we can handle.

The chakras of the mental body, for example reduce the vibrational frequency of the energy it receives from the casual body. From here it is either disseminated into the mental body, or is passed on and slowed down even further as it travels on to layers of a slower vibratory rate. This continues through each of our subtle bodies, until it reaches the physical body, where a physiological or hormonal response occurs.

When our energy is moving and flowing, we remain in a state of health and wellbeing. 

When our energy slows down, becomes stagnant or blocked, we manifest dis-ease. Dis-ease is the reaction to an imbalance in the flow of our life force energy. Imbalances in the energy of the mental body can manifest as narrow-mindedness, disrespect for life and nature, or materialism. Imbalances of the astral body manifest as anger, rage, phobias, depression and hate. Imbalances of the etheric body manifest in the form of a cold, back pain, arthritis or cancer.

Once an imbalance is experienced and takes hold in one of the subtle bodies it can then trickle down and manifest on a physical level. Dis-ease is typically first experienced on subtle energetic levels, weeks, months or longer, before it is felt physically.

Let me give you an example of how this works. 

At a psychic fair, I performed a clairvoyant reading for a woman in her late sixties. Upon first looking at her energy, I noted a dark, heavy, stagnant energy sitting over the center of her chest. I shared with her that within this dense energy, I could feel that there was a deep seated, unresolved emotional issue at work. Upon further exploration, I felt that this energy had to do with her mother. Without a breath, she responded that it couldn’t be true. She shared with me that she had been adopted as an infant and had never known her birth mother, therefore, there could not possibly be any issues surrounding her.

Energetically speaking, however I could clearly see a large blockage in her astral body, in the area of her 4th chakra or heart center. I felt that she either wasn’t aware of this issue on a conscious level or was in an extreme state of denial. Intellectually I could understand where her perception came from. 

She had been adopted as an infant. The feelings or abandonment had been a part of her since she her first moments on earth. They contributed to her identity of self. Through the years, these unresolved emotional issues filtered down through the subtle bodies and manifested in the form of heart disease (she recently had quadruple bypass surgery). According to my client, however, her physical condition had nothing to do with her mother or her unresolved emotional issues.

With the dawn of a new age in science, medicine and healing, we are now rediscovering our multidimensionality. As science comes full circle, back to the thoughts and beliefs of our ancestors, they are that we are indeed spirit, living in a physical body.

With this, the key to wellness lie not only with diet, pills and exercise. It also extends to our thoughts, feelings and emotions. These too contribute to our overall state of health and healing.

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Universal Life Force Energy

by Dr. Rita Louise –

The River Of Life – We are each filled with universal life force energy. It is the essence of our being, our consciousness, our soul. As the flow of life force energy moves through the physical, emotional and spiritual bodies, it can become imbalanced, stagnant or blocked. We experience what is called dis-ease. Disease, as the term suggests, is lack of ease. It is the inability of one’s life force energy to flow freely.

IMBALANCED ENERGY – Disease is the reaction to imbalanced life force energy in the physical, emotional, or spiritual body. This imbalanced energy can manifest as physical problems, as well as life patterns and cycles that keep us from growing. Disease can manifest in the physical body in the form of headaches, back pain, arthritis, or cancer. It can manifest in the emotional body in the form of anger, rage, phobias, depression, and hate. It can also manifest in the spiritual body, appearing as narrow-mindedness, disrespect for life and nature, or materialism.

Lets look at the concept of disease from another perspective. Visualize your life force energy as a fast moving stream. It will flow in the path of least resistance. If a large stone is placed in the center of the stream, the water must yield and deviate to go around the stone blocking its path. The flow of the stream has deviated from its natural path and become imbalanced.

BLOCKAGES – If, the very first time you felt invalidated, a large stone was placed in the stream, the effect to the flow of energy may not be very great. However, if you are invalidated again, the blockage can get bigger as yet another stone is added to the stream. Your life force energy must yield and deviate even more to get around the even larger blockage. These blockages can grow instance by instance, cycle by cycle, stone after stone, lifetime after lifetime, until the body starts to manifest these issues as dis-ease.

Fear is the largest cause for our life force energy to become imbalanced, stagnant, or blocked. When we are afraid to let go of energies such as abuse, physical, mental, or emotional trauma, invalidation, or the denial of self, our life force energy becomes imbalanced. If left for a long time, it can become stagnant or completely blocked.

For some, these imbalances have been present since early childhood or a past life. Changing these imbalances would mean changing the very basis of the world around them, their perceived self. For others, there is a level of denial in which they know there is something wrong, but it does not belong to them. There are yet others that can see these imbalances in their physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies, yet they are unsure how, or are having difficulty in releasing the stagnant energy which will allow them to bring in the life changes desired.

RELEASING STAGNANT ENERGY – Each of us has the ability to heal ourselves of disease. The easiest to say, but the most difficult to do, is just to let go. Allow the body, mind, and spirit to release all of the energy that it is holding on to. It can then return to its natural place of balance and harmony. This, however, is not easy for us to do.

TECHNIQUES – There are many techniques one can use to release energy that is not in harmony with our highest good. Amusement is the easiest way to get stagnant energy flowing again. Look at what is going on around you and find some amusement in it. Enjoy the release you will experience with a good laugh. If that doesn’t work, techniques including meditation, any kind of physical exertion, creative expression such as art, and tasks as simple as washing dishes or raking leaves are excellent tools one can employ to release energy.

In addition, there are many techniques in which one can be assisted in releasing stagnant energy. These include Reiki, aura/chakra clearing, and psychic surgery. Each of these techniques affect the physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies; however, one technique may work better on one specific body than another.

MASSAGE – in its many forms, is the physical manipulation of the muscles within the physical body. Today, many people are familiar with the relief experienced during and after a massage. Massage is an excellent tool for breaking up blockages that accumulate in the muscles, tendons, and joints. These blockages are commonly referred to as “knots”. As the healer works to break up the energy accumulated within a knot, the stagnant energy can dissipate, and one’s life force energy can start to flow again.

REIKI – Another way of removing blocks is thought the use of Reiki. Reiki is a form of hands-on-healing. “Reiki” means “universal life force energy.” During a Reiki treatment, healing energy brought in from the universe is run thought the healer’s hands and is transmitted to the person to be healed. The healer begins at the top of the head, moving their hands in a number of positions over the receiver’s head. Each position is maintained for three to five minutes, or until the healer feels that the area which he/she is working on is cleared. The healer then continues working on the rest of the body in the same manner, clearing stagnant energy. Reiki is an excellent tool to use, especially when dealing with physical problems, in that it heals down to the cellular level.

AURA/CHAKRA CLEARING – is another way of getting one’s life force energy flowing. An aura/chakra clearing is a form of clairvoyant healing. The chakras, or energy centers within the body, are a common place where one’s life force energy can become imbalanced. Chakras are like the apertures of a camera in that they open and close. In physiological terms, chakras are located where groups of nerves meet to form nerve centers. They are also related to the endocrine gland system, which includes the adrenal glands, thyroid, and the pituitary.

The aura is the electromagnetic field around the body. It is the “personal space” or “personal bubble” that each of us have around our bodies. There are seven major chakras within the body, as well as seven layers to the aura. Each vibrates at a different frequency and color, and process different types of information such as survival, sexuality, willpower, love, communication, visualizations, and knowingness.

In a healthy body, each layer of the aura is brightly colored, vibrant, full of energy, and flowing. When one’s energy becomes imbalanced, stagnant, or blocked, the aura can have the appearance of being discolored, ripped, torn, or dented. The chakras in a healthy body should also appear clear, vibrant, and full of energy. They should be round in appearance and rotating in a clockwise direction. When afflicted, the chakras can appear cracked, deformed, or out of alignment with each other. If there is an imbalance in one of the layers of the aura or one of the chakras, it can have a direct effect of the information processed.

During a session, the healer will look directly at the aura and chakras. He/she will utilize visualizations such as feather dusters, squeegees, or brooms to clear out blockages found in the different layers of the aura. The healer may also sew rips and tears in the aura and get the aura flowing again. In addition, deformed chakras should be reshaped and cracks filled. Chakras that are not moving should be set into motion.

While clearing the aura and chakras, the healer may also describe the types of energy they are looking at. This energy may appear as a color, a feeling, or a picture. By communicating this information, the person to be healed now has a conscious understanding of what energy they are holding on to. This new information can allow the person to release the stagnant energy and give them permission to make positive changes in their life.

PSYCHIC SURGERY – as the name suggests, is another form of clairvoyant healing. During this type of healing session, the healer may look at things such as muscular and skeletal health, the organs and glands, and the level of toxins in the body, as well as other specific health issues. The healer can also look at emotional issues, life patterns, and physical injuries sustained in past lives.

There are many things a psychic surgeon can address during a healing session. These include (but are not limited to) clearing energy from the aura and chakras, organs, and glands. A skilled psychic surgeon can also assist in the healing after surgery or an accident; assist in reducing pain such as that experienced with a headache; and assist in deprogramming reoccurring emotional issues such as abuse, fear, and control. This can also include physical, mental, or emotional traumas that were experienced in a past life which are recreating issues (karma) in the present.

As with all healing techniques including massage, Reiki, aura/chakra clearings or psychic surgery, the healer can only assist in restoring balance to our life force energy. We must be willing to release stagnant energy in order to experience its affects on physical, emotional, or spiritual levels. It is this release of energy that allows the healing process to begin.

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Universal Life Force Energy

by Dr. Rita Louise

The River Of Life – We are each filled with universal life force energy. It is the essence of our being, our consciousness, our soul. As the flow of life force energy moves through the physical, emotional and spiritual bodies, it can become imbalanced, stagnant or blocked. We experience what is called dis-ease. Disease, as the term suggests, is lack of ease. It is the inability of one’s life force energy to flow freely.

IMBALANCED ENERGY – Disease is the reaction to imbalanced life force energy in the physical, emotional, or spiritual body. This imbalanced energy can manifest as physical problems, as well as life patterns and cycles that keep us from growing. Disease can manifest in the physical body in the form of headaches, back pain, arthritis, or cancer. It can manifest in the emotional body in the form of anger, rage, phobias, depression, and hate. It can also manifest in the spiritual body, appearing as narrow-mindedness, disrespect for life and nature, or materialism.

Lets look at the concept of disease from another perspective. Visualize your life force energy as a fast moving stream. It will flow in the path of least resistance. If a large stone is placed in the center of the stream, the water must yield and deviate to go around the stone blocking its path. The flow of the stream has deviated from its natural path and become imbalanced.

BLOCKAGES – If, the very first time you felt invalidated, a large stone was placed in the stream, the effect to the flow of energy may not be very great. However, if you are invalidated again, the blockage can get bigger as yet another stone is added to the stream. Your life force energy must yield and deviate even more to get around the even larger blockage. These blockages can grow instance by instance, cycle by cycle, stone after stone, lifetime after lifetime, until the body starts to manifest these issues as dis-ease.

Fear is the largest cause for our life force energy to become imbalanced, stagnant, or blocked. When we are afraid to let go of energies such as abuse, physical, mental, or emotional trauma, invalidation, or the denial of self, our life force energy becomes imbalanced. If left for a long time, it can become stagnant or completely blocked.

For some, these imbalances have been present since early childhood or a past life. Changing these imbalances would mean changing the very basis of the world around them, their perceived self. For others, there is a level of denial in which they know there is something wrong, but it does not belong to them. There are yet others that can see these imbalances in their physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies, yet they are unsure how, or are having difficulty in releasing the stagnant energy which will allow them to bring in the life changes desired.

RELEASING STAGNANT ENERGY – Each of us has the ability to heal ourselves of disease. The easiest to say, but the most difficult to do, is just to let go. Allow the body, mind, and spirit to release all of the energy that it is holding on to. It can then return to its natural place of balance and harmony. This, however, is not easy for us to do.

TECHNIQUES – There are many techniques one can use to release energy that is not in harmony with our highest good. Amusement is the easiest way to get stagnant energy flowing again. Look at what is going on around you and find some amusement in it. Enjoy the release you will experience with a good laugh. If that doesn’t work, techniques including meditation, any kind of physical exertion, creative expression such as art, and tasks as simple as washing dishes or raking leaves are excellent tools one can employ to release energy.

In addition, there are many techniques in which one can be assisted in releasing stagnant energy. These include Reiki, aura/chakra clearing, and psychic surgery. Each of these techniques affect the physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies; however, one technique may work better on one specific body than another.

MASSAGE – in its many forms, is the physical manipulation of the muscles within the physical body. Today, many people are familiar with the relief experienced during and after a massage. Massage is an excellent tool for breaking up blockages that accumulate in the muscles, tendons, and joints. These blockages are commonly referred to as “knots”. As the healer works to break up the energy accumulated within a knot, the stagnant energy can dissipate, and one’s life force energy can start to flow again.

REIKI – Another way of removing blocks is thought the use of Reiki. Reiki is a form of hands-on-healing. “Reiki” means “universal life force energy.” During a Reiki treatment, healing energy brought in from the universe is run thought the healer’s hands and is transmitted to the person to be healed. The healer begins at the top of the head, moving their hands in a number of positions over the receiver’s head. Each position is maintained for three to five minutes, or until the healer feels that the area which he/she is working on is cleared. The healer then continues working on the rest of the body in the same manner, clearing stagnant energy. Reiki is an excellent tool to use, especially when dealing with physical problems, in that it heals down to the cellular level.

AURA/CHAKRA CLEARING – is another way of getting one’s life force energy flowing. An aura/chakra clearing is a form of clairvoyant healing. The chakras, or energy centers within the body, are a common place where one’s life force energy can become imbalanced. Chakras are like the apertures of a camera in that they open and close. In physiological terms, chakras are located where groups of nerves meet to form nerve centers. They are also related to the endocrine gland system, which includes the adrenal glands, thyroid, and the pituitary.

The aura is the electromagnetic field around the body. It is the “personal space” or “personal bubble” that each of us have around our bodies. There are seven major chakras within the body, as well as seven layers to the aura. Each vibrates at a different frequency and color, and process different types of information such as survival, sexuality, willpower, love, communication, visualizations, and knowingness.

In a healthy body, each layer of the aura is brightly colored, vibrant, full of energy, and flowing. When one’s energy becomes imbalanced, stagnant, or blocked, the aura can have the appearance of being discolored, ripped, torn, or dented. The chakras in a healthy body should also appear clear, vibrant, and full of energy. They should be round in appearance and rotating in a clockwise direction. When afflicted, the chakras can appear cracked, deformed, or out of alignment with each other. If there is an imbalance in one of the layers of the aura or one of the chakras, it can have a direct effect of the information processed.

During a session, the healer will look directly at the aura and chakras. He/she will utilize visualizations such as feather dusters, squeegees, or brooms to clear out blockages found in the different layers of the aura. The healer may also sew rips and tears in the aura and get the aura flowing again. In addition, deformed chakras should be reshaped and cracks filled. Chakras that are not moving should be set into motion.

While clearing the aura and chakras, the healer may also describe the types of energy they are looking at. This energy may appear as a color, a feeling, or a picture. By communicating this information, the person to be healed now has a conscious understanding of what energy they are holding on to. This new information can allow the person to release the stagnant energy and give them permission to make positive changes in their life.

PSYCHIC SURGERY – as the name suggests, is another form of clairvoyant healing. During this type of healing session, the healer may look at things such as muscular and skeletal health, the organs and glands, and the level of toxins in the body, as well as other specific health issues. The healer can also look at emotional issues, life patterns, and physical injuries sustained in past lives.

There are many things a psychic surgeon can address during a healing session. These include (but are not limited to) clearing energy from the aura and chakras, organs, and glands. A skilled psychic surgeon can also assist in the healing after surgery or an accident; assist in reducing pain such as that experienced with a headache; and assist in deprogramming reoccurring emotional issues such as abuse, fear, and control. This can also include physical, mental, or emotional traumas that were experienced in a past life which are recreating issues (karma) in the present.

As with all healing techniques including massage, Reiki, aura/chakra clearings or psychic surgery, the healer can only assist in restoring balance to our life force energy. We must be willing to release stagnant energy in order to experience its affects on physical, emotional, or spiritual levels. It is this release of energy that allows the healing process to begin.

source – soulhealer.com

Your Inner Voice

by Dr. Rita Louise –

Words are thoughts expressed which carry the message of our intentions with them. Our external speech can be thought of as a reflection or external manifestation of our inner programming. The words we use can tell us a lot about how or what we think. Words can be either charged with the positive energy of love, that helps us expand, or they are charged with the energy of fear, that causes us to shrink away from who we truly are.

Our words have power, and our speech has the power to set the energy or the directions we choose in our lives. If we say good and positive things, good and positive things (experiences) happen to us. These words give us the opportunity to experience life from a positive or optimistic point of view. If, on the other hand, we come from negativity and say negative things, accordingly, negative things happen to us or we end up seeing life as one big problem or disappointment.

While we are all familiar with our external speech or voice, we also have another voice that we work with and interact with daily. This is our “inner voice”. While at first glance you may think: “what inner voice”? But when you come right down to it, we are all familiar with our inner voice. Our inner voice is that small utterance that comes from deep within us, whose job it is to provide us with guidance. This is a different kind of communication than what comes from our normal waking conscious, which I call our analyzer. When our analyzer is talking, the communication we receive tends to seem more like a nonstop conversation that goes on inside of our heads all day and sometimes well into the night.

It is through the mechanism of our inner voice that “spirit” communicates with us. It can be likened to the images portrayed on television of a little white angel standing on one side of our heads telling us the “right” thing to do, while our brain or analyzer stands on the other side (the little devil character), telling us what we “should” do, regardless of integrity or merit. Our inner voice can be thought of as our conscious, poking and prodding us into action or inaction as the case may be.

How many times has your inner voice told you to do something, you in turn choosing to ignore its promptings, only to find out it was a big mistake? I’ll bet, in that moment, you say to yourself, “I should have listened to myself”. Case and point, you were not paying attention to the guidance provided to you by your inner voice.

Your inner voice is there to help guide you along the path called life. Sometimes the promptings of our inner voice are subtle, reminding us to pay a bill or call a friend. Other times our inner voice can be more insistent, where it may seem as if it is nagging us, reminding us over and over of some unfinished business for perhaps days, weeks or even years.

Many people confuse thoughts or passing emotions for the information they receive from their inner voice. In fact, many of us confuse information provided by our brains, or analyzers for the inner promptings of spirit. But if you quiet your mind, you can easily tap into this information. This can be accomplished through meditation, quiet contemplation, exercise, art, dance and even music. Each of these activities helps to turn off our analyzer, allowing us to commune with our higher self, our spirit or the universe.

If these techniques aren’t working for you, here is a good rule of thumb to follow. If your inner voice, those inner promptings that urge each of us into action lasts more than a week, i.e., you find the same thoughts and feelings coming back to you over and over again, then know that this is your inner voice looking for expression. Trust the information you are receiving, and use it to guide you into action

Our inner voice also works on another basic principal: if you ask yourself a question, you will always receive an answer. So if you ask, “What should I do now?” you will always be prompted as to your next step. At times you may receive a whole digression at to what you could or should be doing. Our inner self always provides us with information that is for our highest good, even if the tasks it requires of us are hard. It will always lead us on the right path, but it cannot compel us to follow. We were all provided with something called free will. It is our ability to choose what we want for ourselves. Bottom line, we can choose to follow spirit, or we can choose to take a different path.

When you listen to the prompting of spirit, life happens much smoother. Things that may have been a problem or issue, in the past, seem to be miraculously avoided and life is good. When you choose to not listen to spirit, it is as if you are taking your life into your own hands. Spirit will poke you and prod you, it will even nag at you with the things you should be doing.

The more you don’t listen, or choose to not pay attention, the further and further you are moving from your center and your true path. Your inner self starts to become unbalanced. The more unbalanced you become, the stronger or louder the promptings become. Obstacles or tests are put in our path increase in intensity. Finally, the last straw is placed upon the camel’s back. It is as if the universe smacks you up the side of the head with a 2 x 4, an index card pinned to the end of it, which reads “Are you ready to listen now?”

Listening to spirit, your higher self or the universe is all about trust…trusting that what you are being told or lead to do is what is best for you highest good. Trust is a challenge for many of us to master. Working with the promptings of our inner voice makes us acknowledge that we are not necessarily in control. I fact, it forces us to giving the steering wheel of our life over to someone else. It is hard for us to give up control of our lives. But once you choose to follow spirit by trusting and surrendering control, you will see miraculous changes happening in your life almost immediately.

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Dr. Rita Louise
soulhealer.com
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