In the ancient Daoist accounts of the creation it is mentioned that before a being incarnates it makes an agreement with the Creation (Heaven) as to the purpose for its coming into the dimension of change. The agreement consists in that the Creation will provide all the necessary conditions for that being to carry out its purpose. The individual agrees to fulfill its purpose by working with [...]
It is often assumed that our ancestors belong to the past and their absence from the physical dimension is an indicator they are absent from our present lives. This assumption is specially strong if they have been dead for many years or we never got to know them personally. This assumption is a belief from our part, not a fact of life.
One of the eight principles for energy work is learning to complete whatever we start. Finishing is important because every time we start something we set in motion a cycle of energy flow seeking resolution.
In Harmonizing the Five Elements 1 we work clearing the past, finishing cycles and learning to transform negative emotional states into pure vitality. As we clear negative patterns, we are simultaneously making room for the positive emotional state to manifest more often and last longer.
The higher frequencies of compassion and sustained positive states are utilized at this level to harmonize the entire meridian system. In ordinary circumstances, the central channel is the only meridian where yin and yang interact generating Creative Energy.
When faced with a hurt there are two roads to take: the forgiveness road or the road of holding on to the victim role: One choice empowers and the other condemns to a lifetime of bitterness, remorse and very uncomfortable limitations.
HARMONIZING THE 5 ELEMENTS 5: TRANSFORMING SELF-REJECTION, GUILT AND SHAME INTO SELF-FORGIVENESS AND SELF-ACCEPTANCE
One of the deepest forms of suffering in our culture is the pain that comes with the feeling that something is wrong with us. Left untreated, this deep insecurity engenders chronic critical mind, anger, aggression, fear, depression and addictive behavior.
Fear is one of the most primal human emotions and one of the main underlying cause of illness and dysfunctional relations.
The title of hexagram 38 of the I Ching is ‘Opposition’ and its main theme is maintaining the center no matter how challenging the situation becomes.
One very common problem encountered in energy work is lack of energy integrity due to poorly defined personal boundaries.