Higher Consciousness Work: Hoʻoponopono, somatic release practices and yogic breathing

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This blog focuses on a very important piece of healing, which falls under the title of Consciousness Work or more commonly referred to as Higher Consciousness Work. Many are acutely aware of how damaging environmental toxins are but one does not realize that toxic memories stored in the subconscious are probably the greatest challenge for overall wellbeing. This includes all memories and traumas including those passed down from our ancestors and memories carried over from past lives. Our “consciousness body” ...

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EFT, Emotion Code & Somatic Experiencing add-ons: Releasing Trauma with Vibration Therapy

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We have presented several videos addressing the issue of releasing traumatic memory. Vibration Therapy is an add-on tool for anyone doing emotional release work such as EFT, Somatic Experiencing, The Emotion Code, Tat, Healing Codes and many other techniques that fall under the category of Energy Psychology. This is also an excellent adjunct for virtually all forms of psychotherapy work and spiritual work such as Hoʻoponopono.

Traumatic memories are stored in the body and are extremely difficult to release. I do Advanced Bodywork and basically this is a process ...

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Dr David Brownstein’s Iodine Protocol and Blue Z Water

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This Blog presents an important enhancement for those doing Dr David Brownstein’s Iodine ProtocolThe purpose of Brownstein’s program is to eliminate the competitive toxic halides (bromine, chlorine, and fluorine) from the thyroid and re-establish the integrity of iodine in the thyroid gland. Those of you that have done this therapy, know that it can be quite a battle trying to pull out  bromine, chlorine, and fluorine. It’s like king of the hill; you’re trying to get iodine back into the thyroid which ...

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Breathe Like a Yogi for Dummies.

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Breathing exercises are usually associated with meditation teachings.  Most people are taught to breathe a certain way to meditate and relax but how many understand the common sense truth about what breathing training is all about?  So my goal in this post is to present not only the simple physiological secret behind Yogic breathing practices, but to show you a very simple technique that will have you breathing like a Yogi master.

Let’s first identify some simple misconceptions about breathing. Number one is  that  oxygen is the good gas ...

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The Cranial Sacral Wave-God’s timing belt.

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Cranial Sacral Therapy is the king of bodywork.  Why?  Because this current which has many names including core current,  pranic wave,  oceanic groove, breathing of the bones is the foundational movement that organizes  every aspect of our body to the deepest levels of relaxation.  It is God’s timing belt.  If you are a meditator, this field is the peace you seek.  What stands in the way and makes bodywork “work” are mini sections of frozen energy blocks where the wave is impeded.  These blocks include all the parts,  bones, connective ...

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Understanding the relationship between data, meridians and fascia.

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Why is rapid release such an effective tool for acupuncture?  What is the connection between the meridians, connective tissue and data? First let’s take a look at the micro level of a meridian point. What is driving the meridian point and what is its dynamic?  We need a working model of mind-body connection.  The sub conscious data of the mind when not cleared is reflected through energy vortexes, meridian points.   These vortexes are mirrors to the minds struggle to find resolution.  The key ...

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Data and resentment

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Dreams are a huge clue into giving direction for cleaning.  Dreams bring up the depths of subconscious memories.  These memories in turn motivate us to clean.  The word data is used in Hoʻoponopono because the memories contain millions upon millions bits of data.  “Your” memory is the content and interaction of these data fields.  A memory could be viewed as the prodding label on Pandora’s box.  What lies within Pandora’s box is the data. To open Pandora’s box potentially can be overwhelming.

So what does one feel when a memory comes?  What does one feel when ...

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