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The Reiki Principles: ‘Just for Today….’

Just for today I will not worry
Just for today I will not be angry
Just for today I will do my work honestly
Just for today I will give thanks for my many blessings
Just for today I will be kind to my neighbour and every living thing

These simple lines of text represent the 5 Reiki Principles (or ‘Precepts’ as they are sometimes called). Unlike other moral codes these are not prescriptive, telling you what you can or can’t do. Rather, they are offering us guidance on living a balanced life; guidance which promotes harmony and peace, both in our internal world and within the world in general.

Each principle begins with the same three words, ‘Just for today’. Within these words is an understanding that we are all imperfect and very likely to slip up. If it goes wrong for us today, we can always begin again tomorrow. Without pressure, or fear of divine punishment, we can therefore work on improving ourselves daily in the certain knowledge that the more we work with the principles, the more we will condition ourselves to adopt them as a way of life.

Equally, the Five Reiki principles may mean something slightly different to each one of us depending on our own spiritual development and understanding. By focusing on each one in turn, it is possible to unlock the true message they have for us and incorporate them fully into our life.

The important thing is to keep them in the forefront of our mind at all times. Acting almost like a computer virus-checker, the events of the day are filtered through the precepts allowing us to remain balanced and peaceful, no matter what is happening around us. It is a good idea to recite the principles every morning to set focus for the day and then review every evening to see how we have lived up to them in the heat of battle!

If you are on any form of healing journey, either a personal one or as teacher, you need to find a calm and peaceful place within yourself. From this place, you can more easily connect with Universal Energy and effectively channel it to where it is needed. You can’t do this if you’re a jangling bag of nerves. To be able to channel energy effectively, you have to remain balanced and keep your own energy channels open.

What follows are some thoughts on each of the Reiki principles. They are offered as guidance to your own thinking.

Just For Today I Will Not Worry

I’ve had a lot of worries in my life, most of which never happened – Mark Twain

Isn’t this so true? Don’t we all spend far too much time and energy worrying about things that will probably never happen? All this emotional energy causes us stress and anxiety, which in turn often leads to problems with our health.

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In its balanced state the human body is a most remarkable self-correcting mechanism. It is always seeking wellness and vitality as universal energy (Ki, Chi) flows freely around it. Stress and anxiety affect this circulation of energy causing blockages that inhibit the body’s natural ability to heal itself. When this happens we soon start to experience the symptoms of ill health and, if this is left unchecked, it can eventually lead to serious illness or disease.

Worry tends to be primal in nature. When we are focused on our worries we fear for our very survival, either at a physical level or in our sense of who we are as an individual.

In one way worry does carry with it an evolutionary advantage:

  • Is that shadow a sabre tooth tiger or just a rock?
  • Will the branch hold me if I climb the tree to pick fruit?
  • Is this stranger friend or foe?

Successfully identifying these situations would have helped our distant ancestors to survive. A certain amount of concern about situations you are involved with might therefore be considered healthy.

The problem is that worry has now become endemic for most humans and our brain is constantly bombarding us with worrying thoughts about ……… well, pretty much everything! My martial arts instructor used to speak of ‘Captain Paranoia’ who sits on our shoulder whispering nagging thoughts in our ear, exaggerating every situation and presenting us with the very worst possible outcome.

This constant and excessive worry preoccupies our mind and eventually leads to confusion and stagnation in our thought processes. Have you ever been so worried about something that your very being seems to freeze solid?

The best way to overcome our worrying thoughts is to acknowledge them as nothing more than the random activity of our brain, just some amongst the tens of thousand of thoughts we receive each day. The key is not to fixate on them. John Lennon once famously said: ‘What if they throw a war and no one came’. This is exactly what we have to do with our worrying thoughts, not turn up for the battle. It is only when we give them credence that they start to worm their way into our mind and gain strength and power over us.

One of the downsides of the social media world in which we all live is that everyone else’s life starts to look pretty perfect and ours, of course, has its ups and downs. This can lead to a distortion of what life is really like; we need to accept that all of us are faced with difficulties and setbacks. No one escapes this and it is how we respond to these situations that determines how we ultimately lead our lives. We can choose to respond negatively and get upset and anxious about these setbacks, or we can respond positively by accepting it as life giving us an opportunity to learn and grow.

The realisation that the obstacles in our way are actually ‘The Way’, is the secret to living a happier and more fulfilling life. Overcoming the difficulties that we experience throughout our life is a crucial part of our development. The sword of the Samurai was forged in heat and folded many times. It was this constant stressing of the metal that eventually gave it the edge that made it one of the most famous blades in history. In many ways we are similar to the sword; the events of our lives have forged us into the person we have become.

Beyond these mental tricks is a deeper, spiritual, understanding of our existence. The truth is that we are all connected to universal energy which is, at its source, pure love. The more we allow this energy to flow through us the more we become open to experience ourselves as part of this love. Nothing that happens to us can ultimately harm us because this intrinsic energy cannot be destroyed. There is an old saying that ‘The man who doesn’t fear death, doesn’t fear anything’ and, when we recognise our true essence, this can become our truth too.

Why not try this precept and see how it fits with your life? At the very least it will help you to catch all the times Captain Paranoia whispers into your ear. Just recognising his voice and choosing not to be drawn into his war will go a long way to reducing your levels of stress and increase your well being.

Just For Today I Will Not Be Angry

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Of all our emotions, anger is probably the most destructive to both our physical health and our relationships. It is an extremely powerful emotion, one that tends to hijack our normal control mechanisms; put simply, when we are angry we are not in control of our thinking or the situation. We do things and say things that we later come to regret. The damage is done, both in our internal and external world.

In order to live by the principle we must learn to recognise what triggers our anger so we can choose a different response. It is all about who has control. In every instance the person or thing pushing your anger button has taken power and control from you.

Reiki is all about energy. It is helpful to think of our emotions in terms of energy transfers; every time you meet someone there is an exchange of energy. If you are both happy and find the meeting to be enjoyable then the energy exchange is neutral. When you become angry, the other person is stealing your energy and with it has taken control from you. Likewise, if someone gets angry at you then, at an energetic level, you are stealing their energy!

If you have ever wondered why some people seem to constantly create strong emotional responses in those around them, you should now understand why. Either knowingly or otherwise, they are effectively acting as energy vampires, feeding off the emotional energy they are able to generate. Watch carefully how the situations in your life unfold and you will soon begin to recognise these energy exchanges taking place.

Once you recognise what is going on, you can take back control of your emotions and choose how you will respond. With this simple concept you can easily counter the endless situations or people that have triggered your anger in the past and caused you to react in an unhealthy manner.

Just imagine how much better you will feel when you choose not to react to negative people or situations. How many times in the past have you shouted abuse at another car driver and still felt the anger in your stomach an hour or so later? That person stole your energy. You allowed them to cause you stress, anger and probably indigestion. Only one person came out of this confrontation with their energy intact and it wasn’t you!

Anger is undoubtedly a difficult emotion to process but learning to take a step back from the situation and recognising it as an attempt to rob you of your energy will definitely give you the edge. Remember, anger is a choice. This precept reminds you not to allow your energy to be stolen from you by negative people or situations. Keep it close to you and work with it on a daily basis. It is very powerful.

Just For Today I Will Do My Work Honestly

What does this principle mean to you?

For instance, many people might feel it OK to take home a few pens or some paper from their work; after all, the company can afford to lose a few items of stationery without it really mattering. Another person will judge the same incident as an act of theft and believe that anyone found stealing stationery should face instant dismissal or even criminal charges.

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What about those people who coast through the day and do the bare minimum to get by? They show very little interest in their work and happily throw ‘sickies’ whenever they want another day off. Are they doing their work honestly? Clearly not.

There is however, an expanded understanding of this principle that is closer to its true meaning. Your role here on earth is extremely important. What you do and how you live makes a difference because ultimately, everything matters. Doing your work honestly is therefore not just job related. It is a call to live with integrity in every area of your life and make the best of your specific talents and aptitudes. Leading a life where you are not honouring your dreams and talents is fundamentally dishonest. Remaining true to your heart and soul in this way gives you a sense of spiritual wholeness.

In your heart, you know when you are being honest. In your life, feelings of dissatisfaction can be your body’s way of showing you that you are not being honest with yourself. So, ask yourself ‘What is the impact I am here to make?’  Make sure you are honouring yourself by following your dreams; remember these are a reflection of what the universe really wants for you. This precept is not really about your job but it is about the Job you are here to do. Be honest with yourself on this.

Just For Today I Will Give Thanks For My Many Blessings

At a human level we tend to see the events of our lives as either good or bad. We gravitate towards towards those that make us happy and away from those that cause suffering.

Life however tends to give us what we need, not necessarily what we want. At a spiritual level we receive what we need to grow and learn; if we grasp these lessons and grow accordingly we become more enlightened beings. So, instead of wasting time complaining about all the things that have happened and all the problems we face, we should realise that everything serves us and acts for our highest good. Our soul recognises every event as an opportunity to strengthen and learn.

“Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.“ – Lao Tzu

This gives us the true power of this precept and represents a level of understanding way beyond a simple appreciation for the many good ‘things’ that we have in our lives. When we learn to say ‘Thank You’ for whatever happens we are demonstrating absolute trust in the universe and an acceptance of our place in it. To repeat: nothing that happens can harm us. Once we realise this, we are completely free to live our life with insight and wisdom.

Just For Today I Will Be Kind to My Neighbour and Every Living Thing

There is a fundamental understanding behind all our work, one that is key to unlocking this particular precept. Contrary to the generally held belief that we are separate from the world around us, modern quantum science seems to be painting a very different picture of reality. It seems that we are all part of a vast interconnected web of energy and it impossible to separate ourselves from the rest of this existence. There is no separation and this awareness means that whatever we do to others we are actually doing to ourselves.

This is the true meaning of karma; whatever we put out into life will come back to us because there is only one life. When we send out love we will receive love back in return. When we send out kindness we will receive kindness. Send out healing and we receive healing. Karma is a two edge sword though, so the opposite is also true: if we send out negativity we will get back negative results.

It therefore makes showing kindness and compassion for all life essentially an act of self-love and the only sensible approach to take. Living within this precept will lead to a happier and less stressful life, one full of joy, peace and love.

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Living The Precepts

The simplicity of these precepts should not be confused with their efficacy. Each of these principle builds on the others and the collective effect can be life changing. When we are not worrying or being angry and are grateful for our life and work, we will naturally be a kind person.

Nobody expects that you’ll follow these principles 24/7; the repeated call of ‘Just For Today’ reminds us to live in the present, but equally recognises that we are all human and will fail at times. The important thing is to remember that the slate starts clean again tomorrow!

Ultimately, we have a choice. We can choose to live a life of peace and satisfaction or we can choose the opposite. The Reiki Five Principles give us a valuable framework around which we can build a happy, enlightened and spiritually satisfying life.

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Making Life Changes After Illness

If you’re like most people, you probably have a sneaking suspicion that your life is not all it could be. Even if you have attained a degree of success in some areas, I’m guessing there are probably several things that you’d like to improve or change if you could.

Here are some questions to get you thinking:

  • Is your body fit, lean, energised and completely healthy?
  • Is your mind clear and sharp?
  • Are your emotions controlled and appropriate?
  • Are you spiritually fulfilled?

Often in our younger years we can come close to achieving some of these but as we age we can end up settling for second or third best. Life is okay, but certainly not what it was meant to have been. Henry David Thoreau famously stated that ‘the mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation‘; if we are being completely honest, it is hard to disagree with him.

Most of us have a vague feeling that our world doesn’t have to be the way it is. We perhaps recognise, at some hard to verbalise level, that something is fundamentally flawed or wrong. We have responsibilities though; bills to pay, a family to care for and work to do, so we push these uncomfortable feelings aside and plug ourselves back into the only life we know.

Then, out of nowhere, we are side swiped and come face to face with a crisis in our health. It may be a condition that has crept up over a period of time or something that literally stops us in our tracks. Whatever the cause, this crisis can often provide us with an opportunity to re-evaluate and re-balance our lives. It forces us to question whether the life path we were on was the right one, or whether we should be approaching things in a different way.

How is it that these crises develop and are there ways we can spot them before they get serious?

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More Than Machines

Part of our problem is that we tend to treat our bodies somewhat like we would a car. When all is running well we probably don’t think too much about what is happening under the bonnet (hood). We jump into our vehicle, turn on the ignition and head off on our journey. It’s only when it starts to feel sluggish, or we hear a worrying rattle, or it breaks down completely, that we realise we need to do something about it and head off to a garage.

In much the same way we don’t generally take notice of our body until something goes wrong and we are faced with the choice of ignoring it (men are really good at this), or booking an appointment with a doctor. If we just ignore the issue we generally end up with a serious crisis that forces us to do something about it. If we go to the doctor we may get some medication that corrects an imbalance, or we may even face surgery to remove an offending part.

Either solution misses an important aspect of health and one that is central to our understanding of what it means to be fully human. The truth is we are not just a mechanical body that can have an annual oil change or parts stripped out and changed like the vehicles we drive. Our body is intimately connected with our emotional and spiritual health and what happens in either of these areas, for good or bad, is reflected in our physical health.

In many cases our dis-ease is often simply a wake-up call that something is seriously out of balance in our internal world. It might be that the lifestyle choices that we have made over a long period of time have caused a problem, or that the stress and pressure that we have tried to live with for too long has reached overload.

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Listening to Our Intuition

We often know when something is wrong even before it has reached crisis level. If we listen – really listen – to what our body is saying we somehow know where the problem is. It is often our dreams that provide a real insight into what is going wrong, as deep levels of our awareness seek to break through when our ‘sentry’ is off duty. There have been many documented stories of people who have had recurring dreams where some aspect of their body is repeatedly ‘attacked’ or pressured in some way, only to find that they have a genuine physical problem in exactly that area.

If we are sensitive to these messages and pick up on these intuitions early enough we can often reverse conditions before they have manifested physically. However, this generally means we have to change the way we are relating to our world and this change must occur on many different levels.

Move More, Eat Less

At a basic level it may require a simple change in diet or exercise. If you live a predominantly sedentary lifestyle the old adage ‘move more, eat less’ represents a very good starting point! Although this may mean starting an exercise regime it doesn’t have to involve expensive gym memberships with all the latest fitness gear. It can be as simple as taking a brisk daily walk. Humans were designed to walk; running was only ever meant to be an emergency escape system, yet so many people pound the streets for hours on end and then wonder why their knees creak and their lower back gets tight. Walking is simply much better for you.

Our health can also be compromised by over-exercising as easily as it can by under-exercising. So many people spend their days rushing around trying to fit family and work commitments in, only to continue to pressure themselves with a visit to the gym or a ‘quick’ 10km run in their leisure time. While there are undoubted benefits to moderate exercise, the obsessive training that many people put themselves through is simply not healthy. If they continue to push themselves their body will eventually say ‘Enough!’ and force them to stop.

All Work, No Rest

Activity, without balancing periods of inactivity, is also damaging to our health. Our modern world has been engineered to promote activity and action over passivity and reflection. We have largely lost our connection to the balancing rhythms of nature that our ancestors would have recognised. We even begin to feel guilty if we are not doing something when we actually find ourselves with a few minutes of downtime. The constant haste and rush-rush lifestyle we are encouraged to adopt is nothing more than a deliberate distraction that prevents us from stopping for long enough to question the madness of our modern existence. As I said, it has been deliberately engineered that way.

And, once again, that quiet background awareness nudges us with that same question ‘Does it really have to be like this?’

Emotional Health

As well as paying attention to our physical health we absolutely have to look at what is going on in the deep recesses of our mind. The state of our mental health is always reflected in our body eventually. If we are unhappy or stressed for a long period of time there will be a physical manifestation of these emotions, whether it be headaches, digestive problems or a compromised immune system.

As with our physical body it is possible to make changes but this could mean that we need to remove ourselves completely from the situation that is causing us excessive stress or unhappiness; ultimately this may mean leaving a job or moving out of a toxic relationship. Not a course of action to be taken lightly but one that may be necessary if we are to fully restore our health and sense of well-being.

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Anger – The Most Dangerous of our Emotions

The default position for so many people is one of anger. They seem angry about everything; life, people, the government, their boss, their parents (or children), or their ex spouse. They have been treated so badly and everything is so unfair. You can see this anger etched on their face and hear it in the bitterness of their words.

Of all our emotions this unfettered anger is probably the most damaging to physical health. Lose your anger or lose your health – it really is that simple.

Illness – A Time to Wake Up?

Our illness or disease is really a time of choice. We could decide to carry on living as we have without making any change and, unfortunately, people do this every day. Modern medicine is very good at patching people up and returning them to some sort of functionality so it is fairly easy to fall off, and then quickly remount, life’s treadmill. Failing to address the root cause however, will usually mean it is not too long before they are back in medical care facing a new, and often more serious, crisis.

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If we do not listen to these inner intuitions and messages from our body it will eventually force us to sit up and take note. The body will not tolerate a sloppy situation for long and it will often promote a crisis in our health that can in turn present us with an opportunity to reset our behaviour and our relationship to the world. By looking at the way we relate to our own body, other people, and the world in general, we can develop a more enlightened viewpoint. One that contributes in far greater measure to our own health and the health of the world around us.

To do this we need to:

  • focus on discovering our own truth
  • look inside and not outside and learn to trust our own judgements and intuitions
  • take absolute responsibility for our own lives
  • perceive what is really going on both inside ourselves and in the world around us

This path is never easy – it is truly ‘the road less travelled’. It takes time and great personal effort to rebuild our lives from the inside out. Ideas and concepts that we have held as ‘truth’ for most of our lives may have to be rejected and replaced by others that can seem far less certain.

We are a bit like a computer that has been running with an inferior and corrupted operating system. It functions reasonably well in some circumstances, okay in others, but breaks down completely when asked to perform certain functions!

If you have ever tried to install a new operating system onto a computer you will know that it rarely goes smoothly! It is a process fraught with hidden and unexpected dangers and frustrations. However, when it is all set up and running quickly and efficiently the effort seems worthwhile.

We may encounter similar difficulties during our own ‘rebuild’ but the end result will be well worth the effort. The goal is to develop understanding and the realization that there is a way to be in this world which is above mere existence.

It’s up to you. You can ignore the messages your body has sent you or you can use your illness to develop a more enlightened outlook on life, one that allows you to:

  • grow and develop in wisdom and real power
  • return to a more compassionate and enlightened way of living
  • restore a healthier body and a clear mind

Thanks for stopping by. If you are interested in finding out more about how our healing practices work please sign up to our monthly newsletter ‘Confessions of a Misguided Monk‘ or email me directly at info@universalenergyhealing.net.  Please, keep in touch. Share a comment or questions and I will get back to you. Click here to read The Big Idea – it may help you to understand more about our healing philosophy.

NADA Ear Acupuncture Training UK

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Acupuncture is a well known form of Chinese medicine where very fine needles are inserted into specific points around the body to reduce pain and treat disease. Even in the West, many people now have acupuncture routinely for a whole variety of conditions from pain relief to giving up smoking.

What is less well known is a specific form of acupuncture that focuses on using only points in the ear. Called Auricular Acupuncture one particular form of this is both simple to learn and easy to apply. Usually referred to as the NADA protocol, needling just five points in the ear has been shown to deliver huge benefits for a number of conditions.

So, what exactly is this NADA model and what conditions has it been shown to help with so much efficacy?

Kicking the Habit

NADA stands for National Acupuncture Detoxification Association and, as the name implies, this was originally developed as a way to help recovering addicts to kick their drug habit.

The technique was initially developed in 1972 from the work of a Hong Kong neurosurgeon, H.L. Wen, who discovered that acupuncture could help alleviate the symptoms of opiate withdrawal. From there, acupuncture detoxification was introduced at the Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx area of New York City in 1974. By the mid-1980’s, the success of this unique procedure had become so clear that treatment facilities across the United States began incorporating acupuncture into their substance abuse programmes.

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Ear Acupuncture Reduces Stress and Anxiety

Evidence from these early days built and it soon became evident that the same protocol that was used to help people detoxify had several other benefits too. Notable amongst these was the positive effect it had on a patient’s mental well being. In addition to the reduced cravings for alcohol or drugs the protocol seemed to greatly reduce levels of stress and anxiety in the patient, which in turn lead to increased calmness and better sleep patterns.

From there, the same protocol has been used effectively in a variety of situations where some emotional trauma is present. From disaster relief to people with serious psychiatric illness, cancer and HIV, the NADA protocol contributes greatly to a reducing levels of stress and trauma.

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What is the NADA protocol?

The actual treatment sessions involve the placement of small sterile disposable needles into specific sites on each ear. The NADA ear acupuncture protocol uses the shen men, sympathetic, kidney, liver, and lung acupuncture points. Once the needles are inserted, the recipient sits quietly for between 30-45 minutes.

In the development of the NADA model it was found that effective treatments could be delivered without practitioners having to diagnose the specific causes of their patient’s condition. It was therefore unnecessary to attend a medical school for years in order to learn the full system of acupuncture. The complete NADA protocol can be easily taught over a weekend course. This makes it an extremely cost effective training technique considering the multiple benefits that the treatment delivers.

From its early beginnings in the States, the NADA protocol has expanded worldwide and is used as an additional treatment in thousands of healing situations. It is estimated that there are now well over 25,000 providers worldwide who have been trained in the NADA procedure.

In Denmark, the protocol is one of the most widely used forms of complementary practice used in drug rehabilitation programmes. Likewise, in Sweden the NADA protocol is widely used in psychiatric treatment. Additionally, some 130 prisons across Europe offer the NADA protocol for inmates, with treatments provided by trained prison staff.

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Does NADA Ear Acupuncture Work? The Verdict

The NADA ear acupuncture protocol is clearly a multi purpose therapy which is clinically effective, cost-efficient, drug-free and universally acceptable.

It has been shown to have the following benefits:

• Reduced cravings for alcohol and drugs
• Minimised withdrawal symptoms
• Increased calmness, better sleep, and less agitation
• Relief from stress and emotional trauma
• An easier connection with counselling
• Facilitates inner quiet and strength

The protocol has increasingly been understood as a stress reduction and calming technique which benefits many different conditions; it is this fact that perhaps lies at the root of its success, giving the body the space it needs to initiate its own healing.

NADA Auricular Acupuncture Training UK

If you would like to learn the NADA protocol for auricular acupuncture then you may be interested in our forthcoming course on 8-9th April 2017. Held in Staines, West London this course is the perfect introduction for people looking to share the benefits of acupuncture with their clients, schools, peers, family or friends.

The course is open to anyone, but may be of particular interest to:

  • Talk Therapists / Counsellors
  • Social Workers
  • Youth Workers
  • Osteopaths
  • Massage Therapists
  • Yoga Teachers

Remember, no previous training is required to learn the NADA protocol so, if you would like to learn how to harmonise mind and body with acupuncture, then please email me at info@universalenergyhealing.net.

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Understanding the World Picture

There is an old Chinese curse which runs ‘May you live in interesting times’! We are certainly there at the moment and all the indication is that things could get very ‘interesting’ before they get better. Although we talk a lot about individual energy there is a universal energy that is unfolding too. This is the big picture referred to in the title of this post. Our own search is intimately bound up with the the world’s current situation. At a micro and macro level the same process is going on.

If you are interested in Energy Healing at all levels then you need to understand what is happening at a global level. This article really gives a flavour of what is going on and may help you to get a grasp on what is happening worldwide at the moment…..

Suriviving Global Shadow Through Evolving Beyond Your Personal Struggles

Global Shadow is not ‘out’ there – it’s in us! We are part of it and as long as we promote or align our energy to our victimhood and inner and outer negativity, we are feeding it!

Please leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts.