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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

 

So I’ve been busy, busy, busy the past week and a half! I’ve decided to fully get involved with Pranic Healing (or Bio Energy Healing).

I’ve always wanted to be able to help people heal – mentally, physically, and spiritually – and I’m a natural teacher. Adding to what I already know is a wonderful way to do that, and I also absolutely love the scientific and spiritual elements that go into Pranic Healing.

I have so many friends and family members that I will be able to immediately help and heal by taking the courses myself and becoming an instructor/teacher.

It all comes down to this one thing: I want to help people. Pranic Healing is all about loving and healing yourself, then teaching other people how to do the same for themselves. You heal them, then they learn and they heal someone else, and it goes…

I’m reading Your Hands Can Heal You by Master Stephen Co and Eric B. Robins M.D., and it is one of my favorite books. Ever. The information contained therein is necessary for the perfect functionality of the body and soul. It should be given as a gift and taught in high schools. I’m going to buy a few more copies and give it to some of my loved ones. I already helped ease my grandma today by practicing simple Pranic Breathing exercises with her, and she actually felt better and more uplifted afterwards. She was in a great deal of pain before it.

The possibilities are endless.

I wish all of you well, dear readers. And I highly – HIGHLY – suggest purchasing the book for yourselves. It is an invaluable resource.

More when I get going!

Love as always,

Ani

 

EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique

Or: Tapping

Emotional Freedom Technique: A psychological acupressure technique that is commonly used to “Tap” on energy meridians on the body, in order to treat/lessen emotional and physical problems. It can be used for a variety of things, such as: removing/neutralizing negative emotions, reducing pain, implementing positive goals, and whatever else there is that you want to resolve, treat, or implement/enforce.

Link: EFT

In the beginning, when I was just getting my feet and getting the hang of this, I would use a lot of the videos that Brad Yates and Margaret Lynch have produced/posted to get my daily dose of Tapping. I highly recommend checking out both of them, because there is a wealth of knowledge – and emotional and physical relief – available on their channels that they share with the public. When I was ready, I personalized some of the “scripts” – the things you say as you tap on the acupressure points – to better suit my needs. (Specific problems or goals I wanted to work on, for example.)

Here is Margaret Lynch explaining Tapping (or EFT) for those who want a more professional/thorough explanation:

I highly recommend EFT/Tapping, because it truly helps resolve and address some deep underlying issues (memories, thoughts, concerns, etc.) that you might have; it brings them to surface, addresses them, you forgive/decide to let go of it and no longer have it clutter your mind in a negative way. Or, if you want to make a positive change and have the message be cemented, you tap on the points until it “sticks” and any blocks in the way of you attaining that positive thing/goal is cleared away for you.

If any of this sounds familiar, it’s because it is. It is like a kin of Ho’oponopono, in a way. Ho’oponopono is broken down into: I’m sorry, please forgive me, I love you, and thank you. One must face and address any ill-feelings and memories so that the good things can stay, and get recorded in the subconscious, and then bring forth those positive changes into realization.

That’s the thing that holds people back. Using some of these techniques helps you gain as clean of a slate as you ever will, because your mind becomes silenced and no longer shouts the opposite of the wonderful things you are thinking/wishing for – if there is no negative emotion attached to these memories, then they hold no power of you, dear reader.

I digressed a little, but yes! I love EFT and use it fairly often.

Here is Brad Yates combining EFT/Tapping with Ho’oponopono:

I have not had any strange or odd experiences using these techniques, but in the spirit/interest of full disclosure, I found a website – while I was researching to get more in-depth info – that suggests that it is better writing your own personalized scripts and Tapping away on the points.

Here is the link: EFT Pros and Perils

I kind of think that the article might be a bit self-serving and sensationalistic, but I want you guys to check it out anyway. I, personally, haven’t had any strange problems when I’ve used Margaret’s and Brad’s videos. But once I’d gained a deeper knowledge of it, I did personalize the scripts and found that to be much more effective. But, yes… please do take your entire health into consideration – take responsibility for your health – because, as I have said, I am not a doctor. I am merely sharing helpful information, tips, and tricks.

Here is a link that helps you outline your scripts and personalize them on deeper level: EFT Tutorial

Anyway, let me know how it goes! I hope this information helps, and I wish all of you infinite love and happiness.

Love as always,

Ani

I went to Barnes and Noble today to read through/take a look at the book that Dr. Hew Len had helped – through his participation – Joe Vitale write. It’s called Zero Limits. (Joe Vitale is an author of many, many interesting books and dvds – and his work covers subjects such as living a more prosperous/meaningful life by subconscious training/rewriting, to taking care of your finances the right way… He offers a few of his books for free, I believe, and I’ll link you guys to that when the time is more appropriate and we are further ahead in our course. Or shall I say my outline? Haha, this makes my hobby sound so much more sophisticated.)

First of all, it’s a great book that covers all of Joe Vitale’s conversations of Ho’oponopono through group training and 1-on-1 sessions with Dr. Hew Len (it felt like a bit of a blessing to be reading it), but also exactly how Dr. Hew Len goes about approaching Ho’oponopono in his everyday life.

One of the key things that stood out to me, was this: Dr. Hew Len considers himself and everyone around him to be a perfect being filled with with faulty programs. (Or as Joe Vitale calls it, “viruses.”) And even though he does take 100% responsibility for the experience and acknowledges that it is an unconscious part of him and that other person that has created the “problem” – the subconscious programs – the way he cleanses it, through Ho’oponopono, is almost more effortless and hands-off (if I can describe it that way) than I thought.

Dr. Hew Len acknowledges the emotions/memories/circumstances, cleanses them with Ho’oponopono, and then lets the Divine take care of it in a way that he doesn’t always understand. All he does is clean, and then have faith the Divine will see to the rest.

And it works, make no mistake. It’s just that, in the past, my understanding of it was a bit more limited, I think. Faith plays as big of a role as the cleansing. It’s about forgiving, accepting, LOVING, thanking, and having faith that the Divine Spirit will unravel whatever it is that you are dealing with, and cleanse it absolutely.

Anyway, just wanted to share! I was so inspired after I read it, that I had to. I’ve also been immersing myself in Pranic Healing – healing the body through energy applied from another person. It is a chakra cleanse of sorts (the certified healers read a person’s aura to understand their problems so that they can resolve them/kick-start the body’s natural healing energies), and then fresh healing energy is applied to the parts of the body that need a boost to speed up the healing process. I’ve been mainly sticking with Master Stephen Co’s teachings, and it has been a blast. Might share some information about it once I am properly educated on the topic. (I’d also love to learn the practical application of it, because it is so fascinating. Looking for certified classes as I type this.)

As I said in my previous post, I’ll hopefully be covering Tapping next. There are so many gifts in this world to share, it is truly amazing.

Love as always,

Ani

The only way to get you to understand exactly what it is that you have to do to change your life around at a fundamental level, you have to understand how the mind works. It is a must. It is the only way. Mainly: The Conscious mind, and the Subconscious mind. Some even group in a Super Conscious mind. (You will also be introduced to what the Alpha, Beta, Theta, and Delta states are – brain waves, essentially – and it will be a good introductory future segue into the next post.)

I will define them for you in very simple terms, because the very meaning and essence of them gets lost in medical/scientific jargon oftentimes. Basically:

1) The Conscious Mind: is everything inside of our awareness. It is the part of the mind that is aware of thoughts, ideas, and beliefs. It is where every emotion, thought, idea and feeling is analyzed and rationalized.

2) The Subconscious Mind: if the Conscious Mind were to be a teacup (to put it plainly), then the Subconscious Mind is the cupboard where that teacup is stored. The Subconscious Mind stores every memory you’ve ever had, including all of your experiences, the things you’ve seen, and it is innate knowledge. Going back to my previous analogy – the Subconscious Mind is infinitely more powerful than the Conscious Mind.

3) The Super Conscious Mind: it is tied with the Subconscious Mind, but it is also what some consider to be the place where pure innovative creation takes place. The Super Conscious Mind is boundless imagination and immensely powerful.

To truly explain the significance of what the Conscious Mind and Subconscious Mind are capable of, I highly suggest watching these four videos, featuring Dr. Bruce Lipton, Bob Proctor, and Petrie. It can be a nightmare to find the right videos to clearly explain the differences, without confusing you immensely.

I find Bob Proctor and Bruce Lipton to be the premiere sources in truly understanding our minds and ourselves better, and if you don’t feel like doing your own research and checking them out any further, then by viewing the four videos up above, you are already on the right path to changing your life around and tapping into something magnificent. You are already more enlightened and aware of yourself and your surroundings than most of the population.

This is the first step – knowing exactly what you are dealing with. And while it is a lot to take in, you absolutely have to just process the information and accept these things on an almost objective level. Many people – including myself – get fearful of the immense power they unconsciously wield, and once they are aware of it, they travel back into their pasts and blame themselves for every misfortune that crossed their path.

Learning these important, life-changing facts is your key to a better future. Do not blame yourself. We have all done some regretful things in the past and have had some unfortunate things happen to us, and the key to harmonizing your present with your past – for only right now, at least – is getting informed. It is by seeking truth so that we may have amazing futures, and have full control over it.

I am very proud of you for choosing to live a better life, despite any natural reservations you may have. I want every person – not enough people know, and that is the tragedy in all of this, dear reader – to be happy and prosperous and free.

And, once again, I am not selling anything to anyone. I am not affiliated with these people and their services in any way. I am only sharing the things that I found to be most useful and important when I was trying to change my life around a year ago.

Comments and questions are welcome. I am not a doctor nor a psychologist, but since I have been helping my friends understand these things on a deeper and a more personal level recently – I think I can at least put you on the right path to get the exact answers you are seeking.

Love,

Ani