Newsletter May 2020
This morning in the news I read that the Hubble telescope’s recent findings have suggested that two trillion galaxies, with each galaxy containing billions of stars, occupy the observable Universe.
And we are on a speck of moist dirt revolving around a medium sized star in one galaxy we call the Milky Way.
How can human perception possibly comprehend the enormousness of this?
Well, there is one way. We can transcend the form, including thought forms.
How do we do that? We can transcend the form by becoming aware of awareness
which is sometimes called ‘consciousness’.
When there is an awareness of form there is still the presence of form but when there is awareness of awareness there is freedom from form.
There it is possible to abide beyond form in the formless realm.
Why would we want to abide in the formless realm?
Because that is where we ‘die before dying’.
In the formless realm we are One.
There is only One, appearing as many, revealing itself as Love.
In the formless realm we awaken as loving awareness.
This introduction to Oneness is the potential gift of contrast that form brings, enabling us to ‘die before dying’.
In doing the Conscious Heart Focus, the various heart frequencies are brought into coherence and begin to behave as if they were one frequency. This coherence squares the energy of love making it a very powerful connector of subtle energies.
All our processes and mediations represent ways to transform or transcend form and so are useful in every day life.
Newsletter November/December 2019
I define soul as “the awareness that simultaneously recognizes our individuality and our unity and merges the two as its purpose.”
We are simultaneously unique and universal.
So soul is the simultaneous awareness of form and essence. Soul is the conscious witness of both uniqueness and unity and is felt as the energy of love. As my friend Asandra has expressed it, “The soul imbued with desire seeks its own awakening.”
If we imagine pure existence as white light, and physicality as a prism, when we take physical form our “unique soul print” is expressed as a series of color frequencies on a rainbow spectrum. Put another way, we are simultaneously unique and part of the whole. As separate differentiated individuals, we express a group of “frequencies” that are our unique vibration.
As such we are a divine fractal of all that is.
When I refer to fractals, I am talking about the geometric patterns that repeat themselves in nature at increasing levels of complexity. There seems to be growth when there is a fractal ... the veiny patterns in leaves are repeated in the branches of trees, so that the entire forest is a fractal of one leaf. And yet, although the form may increase in complexity, it is still born of the same Oneness. Leaf or forest, molehill or mountain, all come from the same Source. It’s almost as if each relationship contributes to the new form. When we become aware of a relationship through unconditioned love, we become aware of the seeming other as an expression of the One, in a new form or variety. That is why I call love the Divine fractal. Through love’s expression, beyond the comprehension of the thinking mind, the Divine continues to creatively express its oneness.
So why is this important?
What we call the soul is our gateway, our connection, our reminder of Universal Unconditioned Love. We experience the soul in daily life when we access this felt sense of uniqueness and unity. As a soul we allow the light of this love to shine on whatever human situation we seek to heal, transform, or transcend.
The soul then is the mediator between subject and object, the context that is ever-present, regardless of the content. The Holoenergetic Forgiveness Process calls forth the soul as the coherent space of freedom and unconditioned self-acceptance. As we learn to use the Holoenergetic Forgiveness Process whenever we become aware of a shadow blocking the light in life, we begin living in and from our soul more frequently. From this higher perspective, we find ourselves less prone to upset. And,
without the distortions of distress, the calling of our soul is more clearly heard.
Excerpt from the book "For Giving Love"
Newsletter December 2018
2018 was a year of changes, small and big ones. For some of us it has been life changing. We may have experienced times when we were challenged to be grounded, aligned and centered. We had encounted opportunities to be heart focused and to find that quiet place within - the awareness within where all is still and the story (of our life) dissolves in stillness — the gift of divine Grace.
It’s not what happens that creates our experience of the event, it’s our perception and interpretation of what happens.
Here is a beautiful Holoenergetic® exercise that shifts your perspective to a heart focused perception --
(from the book For Giving Love)
2018 has also been the year of my semi-retirement. I feel grateful for the opportunity to have brought Holoenergetic® Healing into manifestation. It is so gratifying to see it taking on a life of its own, especially in Europe. This is what I came here to do!
Last but not least, I would like to thank all of you, who are shining your light brightly and spreading love to your home, family and the world.
THANK YOU ALL !
Newsletter October 2018
When I started exploring healing and forgiveness in my practice selectively with patients, I noticed that almost all the suffering, distress, and many illnesses were associated with a perceived sense of separation — from others, from our environment, or most importantly, from our spiritual nature. Specifically, I noticed a tendency to “dissociate” or deny a part of oneself from an experience or wound too painful to hold in consciousness. Often this wounding came in early childhood, and sometimes it even went back to being in the womb. It’s not uncommon for people to pick up feelings from their mother or father or the collective consciousness while in this precognitive state and then attribute these to themselves. For example, “I’m not good enough,” “I’m a mistake,” “My father wanted a boy, and I’m a girl.”
Sometimes they sense the fear the mother has about her own capability to care for her infant, particularly if they are the firstborn. Again, because they are precognitive, these are feelings without language. If they did have words, the words might say, “How am I going to survive if she feels that way?” or “There must be something wrong with ME.”
We are, of course, rarely conscious of holding these early beliefs and decisions about how the world is and how things are. And yet, they are so often at the root of our problems, our suffering, and most of our illnesses. These emotional wounds initiate our sense of separation from others, from our environment, and ultimately, from our essential nature.
Read on ...
excerpt from the book 'For Giving Love' available on Amazon