Please. . . Please. . . Please. . .DON’T Send Energy!

November 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension, New Posts

Let me warn you right now.

This is going to be a VERY controversial message.

OK.  You’ve been warned!!

READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!

The Reiki people have promoted the notion that it’s OK and even a GOOD THING to send Reiki energy to people and animals and situations because the Reiki propaganda says “you can’t do harm by sending Reiki.”

THIS IS BLATANTLY FALSE!!

It can be DETRIMENTAL to

send energy to someone

just because you’ve decided to send it.

 

  • If someone doesn’t ASK for help, you are VIOLATING HIGHER LAW by interfering in their personal space, i.e., their multiple bodies (physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual).  Earth is a FREE WILL ZONE.  Therefore, before sending energy and before telling someone you plan to send energy  . . . ASK if they actually want it!

 

  • The Reiki energies are about 1/4 inch of a yardstick representing the vibrational frequencies now available on planet earth.  If you are sending Reiki energies, you may be sending inappropriate frequencies to someone who is resonating at and integrating much higher vibrational patterns, which can make their personal process more difficult!

 

  • Putting more energy INTO a situation where there are energy blockages can CAUSE and/or INCREASE someone’s pain and distress levels.  Many times energies need to be UNBLOCKED and REMOVED instead of added to someone’s energy bodies and field.

 

  • Saying that someone who doesn’t want the energies can just ignore them ISN’T TRUE!!  It takes energy to block incoming energy, and some of the Ascension work is so intense that the person may not have the strength or energy or knowledge to put up a shield to block what you are sending.

 

  • If you have not been trained and have not become an EXPERT at CLEARING YOUR OWN FIELD, just sending energy means you are sending someone else all your own mental and emotional debris.  That is NOT helpful to anyone.  To learn how to do this requires DAILY PRACTICE.  You will do more to benefit everyone on the planet by WORKING ON YOURSELF!!

 

If you ASK and the person or animal says,

“No thank you,” you are still free to:

  • Recognize that whatever situation a person or animal is in is the PERFECT situation for their spiritual growth.
  • SAY A PRAYER requesting God, Goddess, Source, Divine Creator, All That Is, or whomever you pray to, to provide for the PERFECT OUTCOME that will bring the HIGHEST GOOD FOR ALL CONCERNED into manifestation. Since we can’t know what is best for anyone else, this type of prayer still honors their free will.
  • Acknowledge that this situation is a DIVINE REFLECTION of something within you, otherwise it would not have manifested into your life.  Therefore you can be most helpful by doing Ho’Oponopono* to clear up whatever inside of you created this reflection.
  • If you can’t control your compulsion to send something, ask that the highest frequency of DIVINE LOVE now available on planet Earth be made available at the appropriate frequencies to the person ACCORDING TO THE WILL OF THEIR “I AM PRESENCE.”  Don’t send it yourself.

 

SO PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE . . .

DON’T JUST SEND ENERGY.

*Ho’Oponopono Prayer – Use this to clear up your own stuff!
I love you.

I’m sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.

 

Even a Horse Needs to Be Grounded

February 12, 2012 by  
Filed under Animal Healing, New Posts, Testimonials

 

When You Are Grounded, Everything Changes.

Oldenburg Stallion - Breyer model.

Ric, a 6 year old Oldenburg gelding, was very inconsistent in his work. Some days he was “there” and other days he was spooky and disconnected. At 17.2 hands, this made him scary to work with and to ride. His person, Sue, tried Reiki, essential oils, myofascial release, and Tibetan Bowl therapies to no avail.

In an Animal Communication session, Nedda encouraged Ric to speak about how he was feeling. He told her he is very sensitive and doesn’t know how to filter out other people’s thoughts and emotions. He also said he didn’t feel safe in his body. He said he really wants to connect with his person, Sue, but doesn’t really trust anyone. He released a great deal of grief during the conversation. It was clear to Nedda that Ric was not very grounded. In fact, he seemed to be as much out of his body as in it.

In a Multidimensional Healing which Ric cautiously and somewhat suspiciously agreed to have, Nedda and her “upstairs” team of healers opened energy jams in Ric’s knees and hocks that were preventing him from being fully in his body. The chakras in his knees and hocks were cleansed of past life issues that were stuck there and were repaired to full functioning.

Nedda then showed Ric how to breath fully into all 4 of his legs and to feel connected, grounded, and supported by Mother Earth. She followed this with a brain balancing technique that would help him feel mentally connected and able to make choices about what to let in and what to keep out so Ric could create and maintain his own mental/emotional boundaries. Then Nedda filled him with energy, balancing his whole body.

Two days later, Sue reported these changes in Ric:

Ric’s eyes are different. The eyes are full, soft, open, and wide. (He can have very recessed hard eyes. The left eye could be sometimes described as “wild”.)

When I turned him in the indoor his body is again soft and fluid. He looked spectacular playing!

Here is the best part – He has never behaved like this before – After freely moving he came up to me five separate times and stood squarely in front of me. Each “visit” with me showed a progressively increasing, very strong, and powerful energy was radiating from him into my torso. Each time he came to me the vibration was more intense.

At first it was a very intimidating force that really caught me by surprise  — OK –  it shocked me.

Then it became apparent that he was wanted me to feel what his body felt like and he was so grateful. I can still feel him hours later. Pretty cool huh? His eyes stayed soft the entire time I was with him.

Thank you!
Sue R., Wisconsin

 

Traditonal Chinese Medicine as Applied to All Life

March 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Energy Healing Systems, New Posts

 

Balance In All Things

by Susan Pipes 

 

I am delighted to introduce Susan Pipes, a fellow Animal Communicator who is also a practitioner of Traditional  Chinese Medicine.  In this guest blog, she will be introducing us to the basic concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

 

Susan Pipes

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of the oldest holistic and preventative healing systems that is still in practice today. Believed to be over 3000 years old it has a rich and fascinating history that explains the relationship of health and all life to the dynamic forces of nature.

Created as a preventative health care system it could adapt to changes that manifested in the body. This philosophy and healing system evolved to explain treat and prevent illness and disease using natures elements and influences. This holistic view of all life sought to bring balance and harmony between living things and the universe.

The ancient doctors were paid when the patient was healthy, if the patient was sick the doctor no longer received his fee. He would then treat the person with the four distinct methods of treatment to bring balance and harmony back in the body.

  • Herbology – the use of plants and nature’s gifts taken internally or sometimes applied externally to bring balance in the body
  • Acupuncture – using fine pre-sterilized needles placed at certain pre determined points along meridians or channels in the body to bring about balance
  • Manipulative therapy ( tui na massage, qi gong, tai chi) Using manual techniques to unblock and move qi
  • Food cures (diet therapy) – foods and meal preparation techniques used to assist and support the body according to the principles of yin/yang, excess/deficiency, interior/exterior and warm and cold as they apply to the organ system.

TCM was originally based on the theory of yin, yang and qi. This was later expanded to include the 5 elements or five phases theory which is based on the 5 elements, wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Although this theory was easy to explain it is very complex and is still used today as a basis for differentiation and treatment or healing.

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Yin and yang are present in all life and are so interconnected and related that one cannot survive without the other. They are constantly changing and reflecting the complex patterns that can occur in the body at any given time. The ancient Chinese believe that the key to mastering health is to regulate the yin and yang of the body.

This was done by careful observation and knowledge of qi, blood and jin ye (body fluids). Qi is known today as energy but actually means manifested life force energy as given from the heaven and the earth. There are many types of qi in the body and a disruption can cause a disharmony changing the careful balance of yin and yang.

Everything is related and is based on the free flow of qi. If you have a blockage then disharmony will exist, remove the blockage and then balance will return.

There is a saying in Chinese medicine that “qi is the mother of blood and blood is the mother of qi” this statement illustrates the complexities and simplicity of the healing art. What does that mean? It means they are interdependent and inseparable.

Although Chinese medicine can be very effective it is important to address what the body is presenting by paying close attention to the signs and symptoms When you or your animal companion go to see a Chinese practitioner or doctor she will take your pulses, observe your tongue and classify yin and yang signs and symptoms. The six external pathogens start with the big brother wind, he can bring cold, summer heat, dryness, dampness or fire.

She will carefully ask you about the seven emotions that are related to the organs.

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Further investigation will reveal the three treasures: essence, qi and shen (spirit). Together these qualities reflect the health, strength, happiness and mental qualities of clarity and stability. Good health is dependent on this harmonious balance and interaction. One of the first things your Dr. will notice is the quality of your shen. It is said that the shen lives in the mind but will shows its sparkle. The importance of the health of the body mind and spirit are valued.

If there is a collapse or complete separation of yin and yang then the jing or essence and the shen (spirit) will also leave each other. If they cannot live harmoniously the death will occur. I have heard people say that they have no yin or qi and of course that is impossible. This quality is reflected in the 8 principles and would be called a yin or qi deficiency.

The eight principles are used to understand the nature of the disharmony, they will not all be seen together or even be involved.

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It is not unusual for an older dog or person to exhibit qi deficiency or kidney yin deficiency. The Dr. may want to nourish kidney yin and tonify qi using acupuncture and herbs or a different treatment method.

The internal organ concept is complex and as we have seen can involve emotions, tissues, sense organs and more according to this Five Element Chart. It is important to note that this does not necessarily refer to the actual organ but to the organ system and how it works. We will learn more about the organs and how they relate to the meridians or channels later.

Western medicine as we know it today trends to focus on the treatment of symptoms (biao) where TCM is root (bao) based on will go the source cause of the disharmony or disease. Western medicine is more useful for first aid and surgery while Chinese medicine may bring longer lasting results with chronic or multi layered conditions. Acupuncture is proven to be very effective for not only pain but for many conditions according to the WHO ( World Heath Organization).

It is much easier to maintain the balance than to try and bring balance back to a body with a multi layered illness. Chinese medicine and acupuncture is all about balance, in the home, in health and in life. People are now taking an active role in the preventative care and maintenance with not only their own health but in their animals as well.

Living a balanced life brings good health and harmony.

Living a life of moderation is key to keeping this equation.

We have seen how TCM seeks to obtain balance but how do we achieve that? Well, it is not a mystery, it is a mastery! A mastery of one’s self and all the theories. When we live a balanced life we affect everything in it. We have become the one that can affect the whole. Sometimes it is as simple as making changes to your diet, eating steamed vegetables and nourishing yin foods. Learning to express grief or anger so it does not collect and injure the channels.

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Susan Pipes from AnimalSpiritCommunication.com offers guided intuitive animal communication, long distance Reiki, and focused energy healing. She also shares personal messages that your animal friend may have for you regarding personal growth and the reason for your journey together. She is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Reiki Master offering energetic healing for body mind and soul. Contact Susan at susanpipes@gmail.com or visit her website http://www.animalspiritcommunication.com.