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I realized today that I haven’t posted anything in a couple of weeks, and wow! I was shocked, but I did have a good reason… I have finally taken the Level 1 Pranic Healing Class and got certified for it. 😀

In fact, I just took the course over the weekend, and it was so, so, so amazing. I believe that everyone should at least take the first level class, because the information is invaluable and can help you accomplish so many good things.

The lectures and in-class practices were very fun, and the instructor teaching the class was kind, open, and lovely. The three other people in the class were also really nice people, so the entire experience were more than pleasant.

I will say more about his later, and even talk about the power of mantras and chanting, but for now, here is the main Pranic Healing website link, going to the courses – some free, like the Intro ones – for you guys to check out, if you are interested.

http://pranichealing.com/events/

Until later!

Blessing to all,

Ani

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Hi guys!

So, last night, before going to sleep, I remembered the controversial – back then – technique that Hill used whilst meditating, in order to bring clarity to himself (his thoughts, actions, and ideas) and gain a different perspective on all sorts of matters – whether it was financial, spiritual, or educational in nature, it was a collective mindfulness that he was seeking.

As I have said before, I try to keep an open mind and at least practice the things that I choose to write about, so that I comes from a place of experience, insight, and understanding.

But before marching ahead, let me quickly lay out what the Counselors Technique is.

Invisible Counselors Technique: First, you identify a definitive purpose. It can be about accomplishing a financial goal, becoming healthier, wanting to know more about a subject, or what have you. It can be about anything that you want to know and getter better insight on, or get a different perspective on. (I read about it a few months ago, so if this translation is a bit loose, forgive me.) Once you have clearly identified what topic you wish to gain a deeper understanding of, you imagine calling up a group of 5-10 influential and accomplished people in the that area you wish to address. For variety, you can have each person be successful in one certain area or aspect. Now, here’s the fun part: You get to choose any person, dead or alive, to come to your table, with you sitting at the head. People choose Einstein, Lincoln, Bill Gates, famous actors and actresses – you name it. If you admire that person and want to know something that you think they might be able to expound on to you (or drop a hint on), then you invite them to your table. Now, it’s fine if you believe that the body and spirit both cease to exist when the body dies, because you can still get something from this exercise. You can still, in a meditative state, have deeper access to your subconscious mind, and have it throw up some answers to you that you might’ve forgotten, or not even thought of applying in a certain way. It’s win-win. You thank them for joining you at the table, ask your question, and keep an open mind as stuff comes to you. It might be just one thing, so don’t push and get frustrated. You can also go person to person and focus on them to see what they might say/impart. Again, you might get one thing or you might get several. Either way, thank them for the help and close the “meeting,” and try it again another time.

Last night, I invited Master Stephen Co (Pranic Healer), Dr. Wayne Dyer, Esther Hicks, Joe Vitale, Steve Jobs, and Einstein to my table.

I asked them what I needed to do, other than the obvious, to reach full financial freedom – my highest potential – doing what I loved.

Well, I was pretty surprised at what I got back. Let me write it down as such:

Stephen Co: Heal people.

Dr Dyer: Nothing was imparted.

Esther Hicks: Her voice rang out it my head, clearly, saying, “Teach people how to dream, so that they can become real.”

Vitale: Share what you know with people.

Steve Jobs: Nothing was imparted.

Einstein: Trace the map of the curve.

Now, I was amazed at what was imparted to me by Esther Hicks (or my subconscious), because it was beautiful, and sparked into my head by itself seemingly in a heartbeat of a moment.

Einstein, however, confused me. I know the Laws of the Universe and the energy field, but my real knowledge of it is, admittedly, limited. When I googled it in the morning, I found out that it had to do with time not being linear but actually being curved. It was pretty amazing, because, it didn’t entirely – at the time – feel like something I was controlling, as the thought came to me. I stuck with it and kept my mind open, as it trickled in.

In conclusion, I found it to be very helpful, and even comforting. I suggest you try it, because the answers or hints you might receive might be life-changing, and get you going again, if you’re stuck.

I, certainly, will do it again. If I can remember to, that is.

Love, as always,

Ani

 

“Be open to everything, and attached to nothing.”

One of my favorite quotes by Dr. Wayne Dyer. I try to keep this mindset throughout the entire day, because it lets life and circumstances flow freely through you and to you, without limitations. It lets things change and morph naturally, instead of letting my perception of things color my entire world in a certain way, or limit growth. If you are attached to nothing, then you are free.

If you are open to everything, then Divine guidance is better able to direct you on a more prosperous, loving, and fulfilling life-path. The gifts and all of the powers of the universe flow through you easily, because you are open and without judgement.

Faith is essential. Hope is essential.

And to finish off this mini-post, I’ll add my favorite movie quote:

“Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies.” (Andy, Shawshank Redemption)