Healing your Memories

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We all have a few memories that contain a lot of resistance. Maybe it is something someone said or something they did. It could be as simple as a conversation or something very traumatic. Despite the experience being in the past, you still have a memory with negative energy attached to it. The usual suspects are pain, punishment and invalidation. Now, if you have a memory that you never healed from, for example, you never found forgiveness or neutrality, then a good question to ask is, how is that memory still impacting your life today?

Do you have issues with getting safe and grounded? Do you have difficulty trusting yourself and others? If you have a recurring issue arise throughout your life, it is possible that you may have a particular memory that has not been cleared. Finding your freedom is like peeling back the layers of an onion. There may be numerous memories that you have look through before finding the root cause. This is usually not a fun and easy process. Normally we just want to forget the pain and move on, but sometimes it is necessary going all the way back in time and confronting it. The healing is not so much about forgetting, but is about de-charging the core memory. Letting go all the resistance, pain and invalidation can be a great relief and even life changing. Some tools that help with the healing process are forgiveness, neutrality and amusement. 

All healing is self-healing. When I do energy work with clients all I am doing is working with the energy of forgiveness and giving them permission to release. It is up to the client on how much they are willing to let go. Coming to a point where you can find forgiveness, acceptance and amusement with a dark time in your life can seem impossible and maybe even absurd, but healing is a choice. You can remain in the role of a victim or you can you build up your courage, overcome and take back your personal power. I believe in the human spirit. I believe that we are all stronger than our greatest limitation. It is just a matter of finding that inner strength. Maybe you don’t have anyone in your life that believes in you, but you can believe in yourself.

Find Your Freedom,

Andrew

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Game of Trust

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Is your higher-self real? If so, could you trust that part of yourself? Could you?

My wife and I are about to embark on a new journey, traveling the USA. The plan is, well… there is no plan. All we know is that we want to see the country, teach, create, perform and enjoy the ride. There are so many factors in this; business opportunities, areas of interest, weather, campgrounds, etc. We don’t expect things to be perfect, we know there will be hurdles to overcome; rv repairs, living in a small space, facing our fears.

What keeps me up at night is knowing I haven’t conquered certain fears. I’m not okay with not breaking through. I have to! And the journey through this process is trusting my higher self. Your higher-self is your north star. It holds information about why you are here. Your higher-self is the parent of your soul totality, there to guide you when needed. The big question is, are you open and willing to listen to this part of yourself? Is it real? Can you trust it?

At one point in my life I decided to get on a train going west. I didn’t have much money and didn’t have a place to stay. Courageous or stupid? Probably both. Anyway, I ended up in Santa Monica. It was winter, but the weather was warm. I explored a little bit and then just sat on a bench and enjoyed the view. I figured I just end up sleeping on a bench or something, but I ended up meeting a woman who was homeless and she told me to go wait at the Venice Skate Park around sunset. A bus would pick us up and take us to West LA. And that’s where I went. It was a homeless shelter. Now I know it may not seem this way, but everything worked out. I was safe and it was pretty effortless. I ended up homeless for three months out in California. It was adventurous, liberating, miserable and joyous. In no way am I encouraging anyone to be homeless. Not at all. The point I am trying to make is that sometimes we let fear take the wheel and we never end up at the destination we want. What if you trusted yourself? Sure, you may fail or experience rejection, but you at least made an authentic step in your own direction.

Do you hear a voice screaming? Screaming to tell you to go on an adventure? To dance? To sing?  To paint? To move somewhere? To start a business?

When I am old and dying I want to smile thinking, “damn that was crazy ride.” I want it to feel as if I just got off a wild rollercoaster ride. I want to feel satisfied and happy I chose my truth over fear. That’s how I want to die.

Listening to your higher-self means something entirely different than it would for me. It’s a very unique relationship and it’s different for everyone. What is true for you may not be true for others and that is okay.

Is your higher-self real? If so, could you trust that part of yourself? Could you?

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