Are you wishing for something that will raise your energy and give you a new sense of possibility and expectation? Something that could result in your receiving what some would call “a miracle?”
Then watch this video and tap along with Margaret Lynch.
Margaret has used tapping, like the tapping she shares in this video, to raise her own vibration and open herself up so that she could accept more of the good that God is trying to give us all, if we could only dissolve our resistance to receiving it.
So try it. Tap through this video once a day with Margaret for the next week or two and see what happens. While it may seem strange at first, tapping is a powerful tool that you can use to raise your vibration and, in doing so, more closely align with God’s love.
If you’re unfamiliar with the terms “tapping” or “meridian tapping,” they are synonymous with EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and the many variations of EFT now in use.
As the anecdotal evidence from the last thirty years shows, EFT is proving to be a godsend.
In fact, if you want to read something inspiring, read Gary Craig’s books. They are full of amazing stories about how he’s seen EFT work veritable miracles of healing.
For instance, in his book EFT for PTSD, he documents how he went to the VA, asked to work with only “hopeless cases” who had been suffering from post traumatic stress disorder for years and were thought to be “incurable,” and then proceeded to rid these men of their war-induced PTSD symptoms in a matter of minutes.
For those men, and to the doctors who had given up on them, those healing were miracles.
So consider using EFT along with affirmative prayer and meditation, as part of your spiritual practice.
The crucial thing to realize is that all these methods of purification support each other. All work to raise your vibration and bring you into closer alignment with God and your true self which is your Higher Self. And that, really, is the goal of all spiritual practice, or it should be. [Read more →]
September 7, 2011 No Comments
HOW GOD WORKS THROUGH YOU
God manifests what you are focused upon OVER TIME. (Remember the story of the elephant from part 1 and how manifestation is delayed to protect you?) So you need to get what you want clearly in mind and hold a vision of it.
Notice I did not write “get what’s happened to you that you do not like” clearly in mind.
No, you do not want the problem in mind.
You want a clear idea of the solution, the healing, the ultimate picture of what God’s “answer” to your prayer will be and “look” like.
Why is this?
Because the “Kingdom Of God” is within you.
This isn’t “new age” babble, it’s in the Bible, in Luke 17:21:
“The kingdom of God is within you.”
August 13, 2011 4 Comments
We are called by God to increase the love in our hearts. Yet, an injured heart has trouble being an open heart. So how do we heal long-standing emotional hurts or abuse that has made it feel impossible to forgive or love unconditionally?
What steps can we take to restore hope for healing, hope for life, and hope for ourselves? For, as it says in Proverbs 13:12 “Hope deferred makes the heart sick,” and many hearts that become sick emotionally and physically become even sicker for lack of hope that anything can help. [Read more →]
July 21, 2010 No Comments
Ariel Dorfman was the cultural advisor to Chile’s socialist President Salvador Allende. He was forced to leave Chile in 1973 after the U.S.-backed coup by Augusto Pinochet and the death of President Salvador Allende.
As a result, Ariel Dorfman’s life was shattered. He lost his friends, his way of life, his country.
His response was to write about the issues of his life: alienation and loss. Painting all-too-real pictures of social injustice, he became one of South America’s most respected novelists.
Yet Ariel Dorfman says he will never again be entirely healthy as a result of what happened to him on September 11, 1973. His task, therefore, continues to be to take the shards of his life and build something else with them.
His hope now is that perhaps he – and Chile – have something to teach the U.S. about our own shattering experience of September 11, 2001. Watch an interview with him here:
People are shattered in different and terrible ways.
Some experiences are intensely personal while others are shared calamities.
Many in Galveston have just had their lives shattered due to Hurricane Ike. Others had their lives shattered long ago due to personal illness or injury. Still others – too many – have been shattered by war, atrocity, loss and displacement.
Some – perhaps all – could be diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a type of anxiety disorder. It can occur after you’ve seen or experienced a traumatic event that involved the threat of injury or death.¹
Until recently it was not understood and there was no effective treatment.
Now there is evidence that, by using a technique that did not exist in 1973, recovery is possible.
September 15, 2008 No Comments