Friday, August 29, 2014

Spiritual Tools For Spiritual Protection And Spiritual Hygiene: By Sabrina Reber

As we get closer to Spirit, we get very sensitive! We begin to FEEL energy. What once was hidden, comes to the surface.....we begin to tap into truth. And the truth is that our energy and other people's energy does effect us. We are ONE ~ our energies are constantly interacting with each other, regardless if we are in the same room together or not. Time and space are an illusion! I am sure you have noticed you can feel other people's energy through their "words" on Facebook, and also when you are talking to someone on the phone. Our physical bodies may not be directly in front of each other, but our energy is! So you really can't lock your self in the house to escape other people's energy.

Energy awareness and energy hygiene are very important! That is why it is so important to use your discernment with everything you do. Make sure you are submersing yourself in a life affirming energy environment ~ and you can do this by keeping your activities, conversations, relationships, thoughts and energy positive and loving. Even with difficult relationships (contracted karmic family relationships) ~ we need to set boundaries, and let them know we are only interested in expressing love. Anytime our relationship energies start to head in the wrong direction ~ we need to be conscious and lovingly dismiss ourselves before an energetic entanglement occurs.

In addition, spiritual hygiene and the proper use of our energy fields are imperative to our well being. Our aura is our PROTECTION so if we get in an argument with someone ~ and we are upset ~ it is highly likely our energy field will expand so rapidly that we will get tears and holes in it. In addition, excessive drinking and drugs also greatly effect our shield of protection, as well as, a very poor diet. We need to keep our aura STRONG, our thoughts in alignment with our highest good and also we need to pray and meditate so we can incorporate more LIGHT into our being. LIKE energy attracts LIKE energy......so make sure your thoughts are constructive not destructive, and also be careful of your FEARS. Whatever we fear will be magnetized to us.

Here are a few other tips to help you maintain your energy. You do not have to do them all, please pick and choose what you feel you need to do for your specific need at the moment, and these needs will change. The more you practice these, the easier it will be. Eventually, these little exercise will only take a few moments of your time but you will need to master them through SPIRITUAL PRACTICE....practice, practice, practice!

1. Everyday Ground Your self and put up a shield of protection, here is an exercise: Grounding Shield

2. Here is another mantra and visualization you can state to strengthen your energy fields, and put up a shield of protective light. I state this many times a day: CHRIST MANTRA

3. Energy Zip Up and Energy Break: Zip Up and Energy Break

4. Cutting Cords! Energetic Cords you have created with old relationships or new ones may be affecting you. Cutting cords will not harm you or the other person. New healthy cords will be created, and when they turn negative cut them so you can recreate new ones: CUT CORDS

5. Use the Violet Flame to help you transmute and purify any negative energy you may have created or that has been projected onto you: VIOLET FLAME

6. Ho'oponopono Forgiveness Technique: FORGIVENESS TECHNIQUE

7. MEDITATION! Meditation is very important! It incorporates more light into your being and heals the negative distortions that are already in your chakras that magnetize negative experiences to you. The Bringing In The Light Meditation is simple and highly effective. 10 minutes a day is all you need: MEDITATION

8. Two mantras I state everyday:

MORNING AND THROUGHOUT THE DAY:
"Only those energies of the highest light vibrations may interact with my being. If there are any lower vibrational energies that I have created, that are attracted to my Light or that have been projected on to me by others ~ I command for them to leave my space now and to go to God's Light for purification." 

BEFORE BED:
"Creator Of All That Is, It is commanded for all energy that is not mine to be removed from my being sent to your light for purification, and returned to where it belongs. It is commanded for all energy I may have left somewhere else to be sent to your light, purified and returned to me for my highest and best good." It is also commanded for a shield of protective violet light to be placed around me while I sleep. Absolutely no one ~ except those beings of the highest light vibration who have been sent by God/dess ~ may interact with my being at night while I sleep." Thank you.

For more information on tips, tools, meditations and ascension information purchase the Raise Your Vibration Book. PURCHASE THE BOOK

9. Take a salt bath at the end of your day or you can make a salt paste and apply it to the chakras, leave on for 5 minutes and then rinse off. The salt will draw out dense energies and help bring balance to the energy field. 

from http://raiseyourvibration.com/the-book/

Transforming Our Lower Self: Traits Of The EGO and SOUL: By Sabrina Reber



Raising our vibration requires us to embody as many aspects of our spiritual self as possible. You will notice you have aspects of both the negative ego and the spiritual self. Humans are not perfect! Every human has a negative ego. We are here to learn lessons and grow from our current level of consciousness into a more expanded one. Oftentimes, we will make great progress and develop a very strong spiritual self. However, the lower self is still a part of our being and it will reveal itself in very subtle ways. It is our responsibility to stop denying this part of our being and recognize when it overshadows our spiritual self. Self-awareness, self-honesty and the willingness to self transcend is all that’s required to make progress. Our consciousness cannot be expanded if we choose not to look at our lower self ego and learn the lessons it is trying to teach us. There is always a lesson in every interaction! Self love and compassion for yourself, as well as, others is absolutely necessary while we all undergo the transformation of the lower self.

PERSONALITY SELF/EGO


Not recognizing the divinity in yourself or others                        

SPIRITUAL SELF/SOUL/GOD



Recognizing divinity in self and ALL living things      


Seeing yourself as separateKnowing you are connected to everything to everything


Focuses on differencesRecognizes similarities


Intellect (Mind)Intuition (Heart)


HostilityCompassion


Re-ActionAwareness


Past or FutureFully in the Present Moment


Fear (false evidence appearing real)Courage


JudgmentAcceptance


Right / Wrong to learn fromEverything is an experience
   
Better / WorseEverything has value


Good /BadAcceptance


SeparationUnity


Outer PathInner Path


BeliefKnowingness


Conditional LoveUnconditional Love


UnforgivenessForgiveness


BlamePersonal Responsibility


ConformityAuthentic Life


AddictionsFreedom


Power & ControlSurrender & Acceptance


DogmaOpen-minded


SuperiorEmpowered & Sees the Potential in All


Lack of Self WorthSelf-love


ElitismOneness


Personality Self / EgoSpiritual Self / Soul / God


Fear / DarkLove / God Light


DisempoweringEmpowering


ChaosPeace


Self Worth Sought through MaterialismRecognizes Self Divinity, Abundant with Spirit


BlockedIn the flow


RigidFlexible


IllusionTruth


Co-dependentIndependent


MaterialismSpiritualism


Victim ConsciousnessEmpowered Consciousness


DoingBeing


Denies mistakesLearns from mistakes


Defensive / AggressiveCompassionate / Peaceful


ExclusiveAbsolute Inclusiveness


DominationCooperation


Compares Itself to OthersSees Itself in Everyone


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Monday, August 25, 2014

The Law of Healing

Everything is energy. The vibrational frequency determines whether this energy is light or is solid matter, such as a giant redwood tree.

Where fear exists in your life it can manifest itself as a blockage in relevant parts of your physical body. This fear may come from this life-time or past/parallel lifetimes. This blockage is restricting the flow of energy from performing at its maximum efficiency. When the circulation of your life force energy is restricted you feel imbalanced, out of sorts, ill, sick, sore, painful, incapable, non-functioning, near death. These blockages cause ill at ease feelings, dis-ease, disease, and possibly death.

Fear Unresolved Manifests As Illness. Your thoughts create your reality. If you think you are sick, you become sick and remain sick. Your healing comes from love manifested as light. Your unconditional love of yourself prevents illness, alternatively, kickstarts your healing process by replacing fear with love. Your healing light, or the healing light brought from someone else, is stronger in its vibrational frequency than the illness, the blockage, caused from fear, which has a low vibrational frequency. This higher vibrational frequency obliterates the lower vibrational frequency.

Identify your fears, face them head on, but have "only love" as your weapon to defeat these fears. Stand in your integrity; say "What would Love do now?" Act and facing fears - do it - and watch these fears dissolve in the light of truth and love.

Pain is required for your healing, growth and evolvement. Pain is part of the process of healing. It identifies the blockage. It is intensified when the blockage is dissolved or removed and the absence of that pain tells you that you are healed. Come only from love, create the light of higher vibrational frequency, face your fears while standing in your integrity and see these fears dissolve, feel pain free and have an attitude of gratitude. Now count your blessings in appreciation, gratitude and in unconditional self love for your new found health. Believe you are healed. Believing is Seeing!

LAWS FROM: Guide Speak
http://www.guidespeak.com/index.php?o=sections&section=2&entry=4912

Thursday, August 21, 2014

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

9 Ways to Stop Absorbing Other People’s Negative Emotions

Emotions such as fear, anger, frustration, and immobility are energies. And you can potentially ‘catch’ these energies from people without realizing it.

If you tend to be an emotional sponge, it’s vital to know how to avoid taking on an individual’s negative emotions, or even how to deflect the free-floating negativities in crowds.

Another twist is that chronic anxiety, depression, or stress can turn you into an emotional sponge by wearing down your defenses. Suddenly, you become hyper-attuned to others, especially suffering with similar pain. That’s how empathy works; we zero in on hot-button issues that are unresolved in ourselves.
From an energetic standpoint, negative emotions can originate from several sources: what you’re feeling may be your own; it may be someone else’s; or it may be a combination.

Here is how to tell the difference and strategically bolster your positive emotions so you don’t shoulder negativity that doesn’t belong to you.

Stop Absorbing Other People’s Emotions 

1. Identify whether you’re susceptible. The person most likely to be overwhelmed by negative energies surrounding you is an “empath“, someone who acts as an “emotional sponge”. Signs that you might be an empath include:
  •     People call you “hyper-sensitive”, “overly sensitive”, etc., and they don’t mean it as a compliment!
  •     You sense fear, anxiety, and stress from other people and drawthis into your body, resolving them as your own physical pain and symptoms. It doesn’t have to be people you don’t know or don’t like; you’re also impacted by friends, family, and colleagues.
  •     You quickly feel exhausted, drained, and unhappy in the presence of crowds.
  •     Noise, smells, and excessive talking can set off your nerves and anxiety.
  •     You need to be alone to recharge your energy.
  •     You’re less likely to intellectualize what you’re feeling. Your feelings are easily hurt.
  •     You’re naturally giving, generous, spiritually inclined, and a good listener.
  •     You tend to ensure that you’ve got an escape plan, so that you can get away fast, such as bringing your own car to events, etc.
  •     The intimacy of close relationships can feel like suffocation or loss of your own self.

2. Seek the source. First, ask yourself whether the feeling is your own or someone else’s. It could be both. If theemotion such as fear or anger is yours, gently confront what’s causing it on your own or with professional help. If not, try to pinpoint the obvious generator.
  •     For instance, if you’ve just watched a comedy, yet you came home from the movie theater feeling blue, you may have incorporated the depression of the people sitting beside you; in close proximity, energy fields overlap.
  •     The same is true with going to a mall or a packed concert. If crowded places upset or overwhelm you, it may well be because you’re absorbing all the negative energy around you.

3. Distance yourself from the suspected source, where possible. Move at least twenty feet away; see if you feel relief. Don’t err on the side of not wanting to offend strangers. In a public place, don’t hesitate to change seats if you feel a sense of depression imposing on you.

4. Center yourself by concentrating on your breath. Doing this connects you to your essence. For a few minutes, keep exhaling negativity, inhaling calm. This helps to ground yourself and purify fear or other difficult emotions. Visualize negativity as gray fog lifting from your body, and hope as golden light entering. This can yield quick results.

5. Flush out the harm. Negative emotions such as fear frequently lodge in your emotional center at the solar plexus (celiac plexus).
  •     Place your palm on your solar plexus as you keep sending loving-kindness to that area to flush stress out.
  •     For longstanding depression or anxiety, use this method daily to strengthen this center. It’s comforting and it builds a sense of safety and optimism as it becomes a ritual.

6. Shield yourself. A handy form of protection many people use, including healers with trying patients, involves visualizing an envelope of white light (or any color you feel imparts power) around your entire body. Think of it as a shield that blocks out negativity or physical discomfort but allows what’s positive to filter in.

7. Manage the emotional overload. You don’t need to be beholden to your ability to absorb other’s emotions; turn the curse into a gift by practicing strategies that can free you:
  •     Learn to recognize people who can bring you down. People who are particularly difficult for emotional empaths include criticizer, the victim, the narcissist, and the controller. Judith Orloff terms these people “emotional vampires“. When you know how to spot these behaviors, you can protect yourself against them, including removing yourself from their presence, and telling yourself that “I respect the person you are within even though I don’t like what you’re doing.”
  •     Eat a high protein meal before entering stressful situations such as being part of a crowd. When in a crowd, find places of refuge, such as sitting on the edges, or standing apart.
  •     Ensure that you don’t have to rely on other people to get you out of difficult situations. Bring your own car or know how to get home easily when needed. Have sufficient funds to be able to make alternate arrangements if you start feeling overwhelmed.
  •     Set time limits. Knowing how much you can stand and obeying that limit is vital to ensure your mental well-being. Also set kind but meaningful boundaries with others who overwhelm you; don’t stand around listening to them talking for two hours when you can only cope with half an hour.
  •     Have your own private place in a home shared with others. Ask others to respect your downtime during which you can rejuvenate. This is especially important to prevent you from taking on your partner’s feelings too much. A study, man cave, sewing room, reading nook, etc., all offer your own space.
  •     Practice meditation and mindfulness.
8. Look for positive people and situations. Call a friend who sees the good in others. Spend time with a colleague who affirms the bright side of things. Listen to hopeful people. Hear the faith they have in themselves and others. Also relish hopeful words, songs, and art forms. Hope is contagious and it will lift your mood.
    Cultivate positive emotions that boost your inner strength. If you’re surrounded by peace and love, you’ll flourish as strongly as negative emotions cause you to wilt. Respecting your own needs through healthy self love will increase your ability to respect others.
  •     Learn to use compassion as a way to defend yourself against overwhelming emotions. Compassion allows you to be empathetic to the plight of other people but also requires that you are compassionate toward yourself. This means that you don’t need to feel guilty about seeking respite from being overwhelmed; doing so ensures that you can be more engaged with others in the long run, rather than less so. It also means that you keep yourself whole by not immersing yourself in the world of negative people.
9. Create and maintain a haven for disengagement. Leave many paths open that lead to communing with the resonance of nature. Returning to your rightful home as a creature of nature switches off your victim mentality and recharges you energetically and spiritually.  Keep a picture of a waterfall or a lush forest with you and look at it when overwhelmed.
  •     Step onto the quiet of a forest path or absorb the coolness of a gently babbling brook from beneath a weeping willow.
  •     Maintain a your personal space of cozy retreat where you hook into your own personal power and energy.
  •     Practise Yoga and breathing techniques. These draw upon emotional centering and provide safe harbor in times of storm.
By Judith Orloff MD