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We Are ALL Part of Universal Energy


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What is Spirit?

In ancient times, science and religion were one.  With the Renaissance and “Age of Enlightenment,” man fell into darkness.  Man fell into darkness because science and religion were separated so spiritual matters couldn’t be fully understood.  Science fell to the physical realm of matter and what could be seen and the unseen became “religion.”  What current day science – physics and metaphysics – are revealing is what the ancients knew – there is no separation – to understand the physical, one must understand the spiritual.

Scientists know that energy holds the universe together.  They do not fully understand how, but they know it does.  Energy is the modern word for spirit.  That force that holds everything together and gives life to the living.

It is really beautifully simplistic, so simple a child can understand.  Ego stands up and gets in the way and says it has to be more complicated than that and then reasons a myriad of ways to make it complicated.  Reason is ego.

Let go of ego, of self, and blend the mind into the oneness of universal consciousness.  Ask for understanding and understanding will be revealed.  Let go of being in control.  Control is an illusion.  There is no control because everything that has ever been created has been created with a greater purpose to be fulfilled and that greater purpose is beyond you.

Spirit is energy.  Spirit is Life.


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A Real Universal Health Plan

“If you require health, a realization of the fact that the “I” in you is spiritual (energy) and that all spirit (energy) is one; that wherever a part is; the whole must be, will bring about a condition of health, because every cell in the body must manifest the truth as you see it. If you see perfection and wholeness, they (the cells) must manifest perfection and wholeness in your life. The affirmation, “I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy,” will bring about harmonious conditions.” [Module 9 How to Master Abundance and Prosperity Ed. by Carlson Haanel Wattles Mentz, JD, MBA, PHD]

Another affirmation that I use is, “I am whole as source from which I flow.”

The ancient Chinese believed themselves part of an unbroken whole – the Tao – “a singular continuum within and without.” (Between Heaven and Earth – A Guide to Chinese Medicine p.5)

A continuum of energy. Electricity at the speed of light yields the same percentage of magnetism as magnetism yields the same percentage of electricity at the speed of light – yin yang – the “force”. Energy – the unified field – every thing, including thoughts, are all energy – are all ONE.

The idea that thoughts can affect one’s health and overall well-being is foreign to many. But just as your body is energy, your thoughts are energy, your mind is from source energy, it is possible. Wellness lies within you and you have the ability to access it. It lies within you like an artesian well just waiting for you to tap into it. The more you access it, the more abundant your well-being. You can release your own energy blocks and get your energy (chi – qi) flowing and reconnecting with universal energy using simple to learn techniques.

CNN did an article on Stress. Did you know that 8 out of 10 people are suffering, yes suffering, from the effects of stress. Alleviating stress is possible. Accessing wellness is a reality.


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Prayer and The Law of Attraction?

I was going to write about a different topic today, but this one took form while the other didn’t. You might think this a strange topic for someone who coaches stress management but if you keep reading my blog posts, you will begin to see how the mind, body, spirit are all interconnected and all impact each other.

If you have stress – physical stress or emotional stress – you will manifest spiritual stress. You can have spiritual stress too, but most people do not recognize it as stress. I will be getting more into stress topics in the next few weeks, but first I think it important to lay a foundation. Actually, I am going right to the core of the matter. If you can circumvent or short circuit stress in the first place, it is a lot easier to clear the residual that a normal day creates. Having said all that, let’s get to today’s topic… PRAYER!

What is prayer?

Prayer is nothing more than concentrated thought supported by powerful emotion.

I came across the following quote recently, “You will find that everything which we hold in our consciousness for any length of time becomes impressed upon our subconsciousness and so becomes a pattern which the creative energy will wave into our life and environment. This is the secret of the wonderful power of prayer.” – Carlson Haanel Wattles Mentz, JD, MBA, PhD, How to Master Abundance and Prosperity…The Ancient Spiritual Keys to Success

James Ray says in his new book, Harmonic Wealth, “…you form the world with your intention and you hold it together with your attention.”

Prayer is a petition or communication sent out into the Universe. Usually, we pray for something we fervently desire. The Law of Attraction teaches that concentrated thought along with powerful visualization will manifest your desires. Visualization evokes emotion. When you focus on something with intense concentration and powerful emotion, you set in motion an inevitable law of creation.

When you do anything, be it prayer or a task, do it with all of your might – put your heart into it. Focus on it with intensity of mind. Then remember to Let Go and Accept BEing in the Moment and let all that you have created flow to you.

Let’s look at a biblical perspective for a moment. The Bible teaches that we should pray with heartfelt prayer. Why heartfelt? Heartfelt is strong emotion. Where do your strongest emotions come from? When you know something intuitively, you have a gut feeling. The center of your emotional being lies at the Solar Plexus Chakra. Have you ever noticed that when you feel intense negative emotion, you get an upset stomach? Emotional baggage gets stored in your body from this point. The Solar Plexus Chakra is your emotional seat of power. The middle dan tian, solar plexus region, corresponds to the body’s physical center of gravity.

The lower dan tian behind the navel is the seat of creation. Everything you can think, feel or desire comes from the very core of your being. The very center of our physical being houses our spiritual being. It is from here that we connect with universal energy. Energy flowing in through your Chakra centers coalesces in the lower dan tian. The lower dan tian supports our entire physical being.

There is a verse in the Bible that talks about renewing the inward man daily. We can renew our inward man through the exchange of life force energy with Universal energy. The body is a memory bank, a receptical of every experience you have ever had. Through our collective experiences, univeral energy has experiential knowledge. One of the easiest ways to renew your vital life force is through the daily practice of QiGong. There are other things you can do in just a few minutes a day that will help you renew your “inward man” such as meditation (prayer is a form of meditation), breathing exercises, visualizations to name just a few.

This daily renewal process is essential, even vital, to relieving stress and even eliminating it. The physical body will always experience stress on a daily basis, but when you know how to short circuit it from the start and clear the daily residual, you can live a stress free life. You will experience health, vitality, joy and peace.

If something you desire isn’t made manifest immediately or your prayer isn’t answered, then understand that maybe it isn’t the right time or it doesn’t fit into your ultimate purpose. Timing is everything in the creation process; it is part of universal synchronicity. Universal synchronicity is when all things work together for the good of all. Focus on being open and aware of your ultimate purpose; as you do so, you will see all the things you need being brought to you effortlessly.

“People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed and redeemed; never throw out anyone.”
 
–Audrey Hepburn