Breathing in the times of change

Now is a great to access nature for healing. Walking in the cooler weather is easier and more comfortable and the colors of Fall are all around us.

I go out and take some deep breaths and then start to look for colors in nature. I breathe in the green of the grass and focus on exhaling through my heart. I see a beautiful orange pumpkin and breathe in the orange color into my sacral chakra, then exhale through my chakra. I usually spend three breaths on each chakra and more on areas that seem to need attention.

I look for red to breathe into my root chakra and then again, breathe out through the chakra. Yellow leaves are breathed into and out of my solar plexus chakra clearing old stale emotions hiding there. The blue sky clears my throat chakra I usually spend a bit of time on my throat chakra, I have issues with my thyroid and have had trouble “finding my voice” sometimes in the past. I exhale fully through my throat chakra.

I look for indigo in the shadows of mountains or stone walls and breathe that into my third eye and finish with lavender in my crown chakra.

If it is a nice sunny day, I breathe in beautiful fire energy of the Sun through my crown chakra to energize my chakra and store energy. I breathe out of my crown chakra back into the heavens sharing my positive energy with the angels.

My last effort is purposely exhaling deeply in nature, the trees and other plant life use my carbon dioxide for their healing. I thank nature for healing me.

I always feel better after breathing in the times of change.

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Alignment back with the Earth – the True Path

This resonated with me so much today that I am going to copy from the book I am reading by Gregg Braden:

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“…the Hopi eloquently remind us that each time humanity strays from the natural laws that affirm life in this world, our choices are mirrored in our societies and the systems of nature around us. …when earth quakes, floods hailstorms, drought and famine will be the life of everyday, the time will come for the return to the true path…when prayer {intention infused with emotion based on the outcome} and meditation are used rather than relying on new inventions to create more imbalance, then humanity will find the true path {back to Earth}.” “The words of the Hopi serve as simple reminders of the quantum principle which states that to change the outcome of events already in motion, we are invited to shift our beliefs regarding the outcome itself. In doing so, we attract the possibility that matches our new belief, and we release the present conditions even those already under way.” ~ from The Isaiah Effect, by Gregg Braden

Return to the Earth, the true path. What is happening in the world is a direct reflection of what is occurring in our collective minds. It is so important to watch our thoughts and don’t become a part of what is occurring in the world. We must look to nature, to the Earth, refresh and cleanse our bodies and minds.

A return to the true path.

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When one heals we all heal together

Healing is what our bodies do when presented with tools and options for getting better. Even pharmaceuticals are not healing our bodies, our bodies are using the pharmaceuticals to heal itself.

Healing prayer or healing intention has been the subject of scientific study for decades often proving that people who were prayed for healed better, quicker with better outcomes than those who were not prayed for. Still the consistency of outcome is still illusive. We haven’t quite figured out the formula for making prayer or intention work all the time.

We have concluded that beggars prayers seldom result in the desired outcome, but what if we turned out attention away from asking for a desired outcome from outside ourselves and work to internalize that health or recovery from illness is a possible outcome all the time. And let that be our focus. And envision health and the feeling we get from being healthy be our intention.

Our bodies are one with the Earth, we are made from the same elements the Earth is made from. It is animated with energy just as we are, what if we focus on the health of the Earth and an extension of the health of our bodies. What if we become the tool to heal ourselves, sewing health into our bodies consciously. We can envision sewing up ailments with energy, cleansing our internal organs, washing them with water and washing away disease and hanging them to dry in the air as we sleep. Envisioning how we will feel waking in a body that has been repaired as we sleep that gives us a new opportunity for health. What if before going to sleep, after consciously repairing our body with our thoughts, we think about how we are going to feel the next day when we get up and feel better? What if we think about how great that feeling will be and go to sleep with that seed planted in our minds?

Thinking, feeling and the emotions associated with being healthy become our only focus. We then become our own tools for healing when we see it as another option, another opportunity, another path we can jump to that does exist if we take it. When one heals we all heal together.

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