If You've Experienced Loss
Look at James Van Praagh's website: https://www.vanpraagh.com/
Van Praagh is a medium and can contact people who've left this plane.
Tools to Transform Your Life
You Have the Power! To Transform, to Change Your Life for the Better,
"There are two intellects!
One is acquired from teachers and books,
from repetition and sciences, granting a sense of superiority
yet the effort to sustain it becomes a great burden.
It ends just as the water supply coming from outside
a house stops once the source has dried up.
The other intellect is God's gift.
With a fountainhead in the heart of Spirit
the water of knowledge bubbling from within
can never become stagnant or old.
Seek that fountain within yourself!"
I have this little book, 365 Tao: Daily Meditations, by Deng Ming-Dao. A wonderful little book of insight and inspiration.
The other day I came across this one, "Modest," and had to share it.
Have you ever had a knot in your shoelace?
You have to bend down to untie it.
Difficulties in life confront us all; people respond in their own way to adversity. Some succumb, some grow boisterous. Some marshal their determination, some respond with trickery. All too often hardship will mow a person down.
When confronted with difficulty, those who follow Tao respond with modesty: They conform to the situation. They bow before it, and they concentrate upon it until they find a solution. They do not apply undue force; neither do they acquiesce meekly to fate. They examine the situation and carefully undo it. In the same way you bend down to untie a knot in your shoelace, they bend down to find guidance.
Even modesty can become an error if we become meek and insecure. Some people become so humble that they become self-defeating. They are talented but their personalities are so split that they cannot achieve their potential. Therefore, there must be limits even on modesty. It works. Like anything else, it must be applied in the right manner." (pg. 269, 365 Tao, Daily Meditations, Deng Ming-Dao)
I am happy to announce that my new guided meditation, Morning Light, is available.
The purpose of Morning Light is to start the day in a positive way, with music, inspiration, intentions for the day, to center in the divine energies, as well as to clear worries and concerns and transmute them into higher consciousness.
Listen to the sample and purchase in the Shop, https://shop.thetimeoflight.com/
I am not a trauma expert, however, I have dealt with it and seen clients who were in trauma.
Historically, the general stance has been that trauma is hard to heal. However, more professionals have turned their attention to the treatment of trauma, have made important discoveries and are offering effective new solutions and treatments.
One such person is David Berceli, Ph.D. He describes his research, personal experience and work with clients in his book, The Revolutionary Trauma Release Process.
At the center of healing trauma is Dr. Berceli's "exercise" called The Trauma Release Process. Briefly, it is self-induced tremors that are known to release trauma. Trauma is not only of the mind, but is stored in the body. When the body trembles, it releases trauma. Not just from the body, but also frees the mind. It brings healing.
The exercise is easy to do. It is effective.
If you understand that thought creates reality, then you know you have to pay attention to your thoughts because they will materialize.
In A Course in Miracles it's a process of moving from fear to love.
Jacob Glass in an article called "Love is the Healer," in the publication, The Holy Encounter, (September/October 2019 issue, put out by Miracle Distribution Center), has a little formula to quickly move from fear to love. Here it is:
"1. As soon as you realize you're feeling "off" in some way, look to see what unloving (judgmental) thought you are having and RELEASE it to the Holy Spirit quickly. (Today I will judge nothing that occurs.)
2. Immediately return to whatever peaceful a loving thought you have access to at the time. (I want the peace of God.)
3. Stop arguing with reality and wanting people, places and things to be different than they are at this moment. (I do not know what anything, including this means . . . and I do not perceive my own best interests.)
4. Go into appreciation of whatever good already IS in your life. Be on an APPRECIATOR instead of a criticizer or fixer of problems. (It is not up to me to change my brother or myself but merely to accept him as he is.)
And don't forget that any time we find ourselves doing reruns of some painful story or drama of separation and mental fighting, we can say to ourselves, "The End," and stop . . . the mental story at that moment instead of continuing to play it over and over again.
The faster we can STOP the stream of lovelessness and fear the better."