Feb 5, 2019

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Planting Your Personal Seeds of Joy for the Year

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As the Chinese New Year begins, it’ s important to plant the seeds of joy within your perspective to build integrity in your wellness and well-being for the year. According to Chinese medicine, this time of year is about creating the blueprint for the rest of the seasonal year. By doing so, you align more with nature within allowing us to re-source the seeds within our own experience of life to take us on this journey.

You carry in your soul every ingredient necessary to turn your experience to joy. All you have to do is mix the ingredients. ~Hafiz

The Chinese Five Element Wheel creates support for each of its other parts. This cycle is called the Shen Cycle. This means that when you create coherence in one element, you then nourish the coherent capacity of the next element and season. By mixing them together you create energy for the process that will create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being.

The following article contains a number of ways to seed your spring garden of life by syncing with natural cycles. Bookmark this article or revisit it through the year as a blueprint or planting guide to create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being in your life.

Starting with Wood Element or Spring: The Chinese New Year literally speaks to the beginning process of spring. Planting seeds of nurture, love and joy is a beautiful way to create a harvest of benefits for your physical, emotional, mental and spirit level aspects of your throughout the year If you look at what is happening in nature as spring begins you will see the gentle new growth and beginning foundation for creating sustainable new life that builds sustainable harvest over time.

Physical Level

When you look at a garden at the beginning of spring, you will see the beginnings of buds and bulb sprouts that are responding to the increasing light and warmth of the Earth itself in its relationship with the sun. New growth is often light green as it starts its movement towards more vivid colors. It is this optimism and sense of what will come that creates the first steps in the process.

  • Get into the Sun: In the same way, you, too, can take the benefit of getting more light during the day. Make daily time to be in nature, or out in the sunlight.
  • Movement Forms such as Pilates, Qi Gong and Tai Chi are wonderful to build your strength and flexibility. You experience a sense of joy and resilience by turning on inspiring or energizing music to dance to benefit your body’s need to relax, restore energy and release stress.
  • Katsugen: Tune into your body when you feel tense or stressed. Allow your body to move in what ever way it needs. You may find that your breathing changes or a sound comes that allows you to release any place in your body that feels support or need for release.
  • Savor What You Eat: Be sure to nourish yourself with whole foods and colorful vegetables to build your energy. Put down distractions such as cell phones, computer tasks or other multi-task activities while you eat so your body can devote itself to digestion, discernment, and circulation of energy. For more: The Nurture of Color for Your Wellness and Well-Being

Emotional Level

  • Create an Anchor Image: To build your capacity to take in nourishment through the year, call upon times in your life where you have experienced joy or love, and bring them into your memory. Tune into these experiences when you need to recharge with a smile on your face and in your heart.
  • Remember to Breathe:Remember to Breathe on the Emotional Rollercoaster
  • Create Joy with Activities You Know You Love: Build your emotional bank account by doing things that energize you whether it be reading, watching the sunset, playing with your pet. baking, artwork, dance, playing music or writing. By doing so you nourish your inner blueprint that builds the creative potential for new possibilities and perspectives from the inside out.
  • Build Oxytocin, the bonding hormone that creates neurotransmitters that allows for long-term bonding, with hugs, positive touch, and a sense of presence with safety and trust. Whether you have a partner or not, you can still spend time with others, dance, slow down in your activities for conversation to listen, prepare a meal together, get a massage, or make soft eye contact and smile to activate this positive neurotransmitter effect within.

Mental Level

  • Take inventory of your Self Talk and statements or beliefs you find yourself repeating. Tune into the amount of time you spend on worry, anger, resentment and thoughts that spiral you into de-energizing habits. It is important to take the message from these beliefs and thoughts to process, to work with them, and if need be, find the underlying seed or need being expressed. The following articles will give you some ways to start this process of looking within from a place of beginning to resolve and grow with new possibilities: 3 Ways to Create Positive Self-Talk
  • Look at your ANT’s (Automatic Negative Thoughts): How to Create Freedom from Negative Thoughts
  • Create a Menu of Stress-reducing Activities to Pace Yourself that you can use instead of current compensation reactive responses. It’s About Pacing Yourself over Time

Spirit Level

  • Meditate: Meditation is a process that allows you to both cleanse and renew. Creating a menu of self-care related to this quiet time can be both creative and productive based on your schedule and personal needs. Know that when you meditate, you are tuning into the deep web of your being. Beginning to form questions of wonder about your process with wonder about emotions, thoughts and beliefs that come up will allow you to re-energize while restoring your inner garden. Your meditation or self-care practice can be as simple as a walk in nature, drawing, dancing, journaling, or breathing practice. Now is the time to start making it a routine. http://www.windowstotheheart.net/self-love-5-messages-from-your-heart/
  • Get in touch with How Far You Have Come: When you feel as though you are going through a rough patch, get in touch with a challenge in your life that you handled over time, and felt as though you were able to get through with an inner strength or quality that made it possible. Call upon this inner positive quality and strength reserve in the present.
  • Experience gratitude: Expressing gratitude is beneficial to your heart and mind. When you begin to focus on the “little” things that bring you a sense of nurture and joy, your way of looking at the world will change. This allows you to feel energized more than depleted, and by doing so, even with appreciation for a smile, you are building the inner resources for connection, inspiration and well-being that builds momentum for experiencing positive change. Look at Your Life through the Lens of Gratitude
  • Deepen your Practice of Forgiveness: In the Buddhist Forgiveness in 3 Directions Meditation, the quality you bring to each direction: for self, toward others, and others toward self is a process that is founded on a sense of mercy and compassion. This process is done in small steps, gently nourished by the light and warmth you bring to it over time. By doing so, you create openings and space for new possibilities.

Get in Touch with Your Why: Your life experience, talents as well as what you ENJOY give you insight and inspiration to continue in your spiritual journey with life purpose. Whether your life vision or purpose is volunteering, be an activist, parent, or a special field of work, finding your inner passion, and connecting or reconnecting to this message will allow you to continue growing in beautiful ways while energizing you in the process.

This is your personal invitation to explore how Resonance Repatterning benefits your life to create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being. At this time of year, it is a wonderful time to plan for new possibilities, strengthen your physical vision, as well as your vision for life. Resonance Repatterning works at the cellular level to create positive change.  Experience a session by phone, Skype or in-person  with Windows to the Heart Repatterning. 

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Feb 4, 2019

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Natural Eye Care: Your Guide to Healthy Vision and Healing

As the Chinese New Year begins, we are looking at the beginning of spring and what that means for your body-mind system so you can get in sync with nature. This article offers you a wonderful book resource guide with that purpose from two well respected practitioners who work with natural modalities for healing issues with your vision. You’ll find the description from its authors for natural eye care to create healthier vision and healing of your vision issues naturally. *Special discount code available at the base of article.

From the authors: In Chinese medicine, we look at every part of the body as being integrally connected to every other part. We are approaching spring which is associated with the Wood Element. It is the time for new possibilities and the wisdom of the past, and thereby seeing the clear and appropriate course to take. It is represented by the Wood Element which is comprised of the liver and the gall bladder meridians. The Liver Meridian “opens to the eyes”, and affects your sense of vision, the emotion of anger, and the sound of shouting. When your vision is stifled, you feel anger: You can decide to plan, to act, take aim, and suddenly your plans are thwarted.

 Guide to Healthy  Vision & Healing

The Natural Eye Care website at www.naturaleyecare.com was created over 18 years ago by Marc Grossman, O.D., L.Ac. and Michael Edson, MS, L.Ac. as a way to provide clinical and peer review research in ways studied to help people maintain the gift of healthy vision. Their latest book published in December, 2018 discusses in detail over 38 years of clinical experience in the holistic eye care field working with patients to benefit and improve their vision.

Our approach is looking at vision as connected to the health of the whole body, and when any part of the body breaks down (auto-immune disease, poor digestion and/or circulation, as well as emotional imbalances for example), this can contribute to and even cause eye disease. We believe that 25% of the nutrients an individual takes into his/her body is used by the visual system to maintain optimal eye health. The visual system is the second most active part of the body next to the brain. When the nutrients reaching the visual system are compromised, this often results in eye disease including macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, dry eyes, eye floaters, or even simply poorer vision without a specific pathology, particularly in the aging process.

Eye strain is now becoming a big part of eye problems due to excessive use of electronic devices. Your visual system was designed to look outwardly primarily for farming and hunting, and not designed for long hours of near work which stresses your visual system.

Your body is always trying to maintain health and heal. Our goal is to offer advise on the many ways that one can support your own body in this process no matter where you are in the process to maintain and heal your vision.

Maintain and Improve Your Vision Naturally

Our new book, “Natural Eye Care: Your Guide to Healthy Vision and Healing,” is 799 pages, covering over 40 eye conditions with over 2,000 peer review research study citations on nutrition and vision. Categories covered include: Vision Diets, antioxidant and related research, Chinese medicine and vision, juicing recipes for specific eye conditions, essential oils, yoga postures by meridian, eye exercises, vision related to personality, and much more.

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Bios of Authors

Marc Grossman, a leading holistic eye doctor in the United States, has been in practice since 1980, and is the author of a number of a number of books on natural eye care including: Greater Vision: A Comprehensive Program for Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Clarity, McGraw Hill, 2000. He is co-author of Natural Eye Care: A Comprehensive Manual for Practitioners of Oriental MedicineBeyond 3D : Improve Your Vision with Magic Eye, and Natural Eye Care: Your Guide to Healthy Vision and Healing, Natural Eye Care, Inc., 2018.

Michael Edson is the co-founder and President of Natural Eye Care, Inc. He is a New York State Licensed acupuncturist and co-author of Natural Eye Care: A Comprehensive Manual for Practitioners of Oriental Medicine and Natural Eye Care: Your Guide to Healthy Vision and Healing, 2018. His upcoming book,The Memory Book: A Self-Help Guide to Healthy Brain Function and a Caregivers Guide for Dementia, will be published in 2019.

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Jan 26, 2019

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In Winter: Dive Deep to Rejuvenate Your Life Energy

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    In winter when cold, ice and snow cover the Earth, it can feel difficult to believe that warmth and light will ever return. Perhaps you’ve found yourself feeling stuck, and think nothing is happening of any value. The truth is that much is happening internally that is of great value. If you dive deep you can restore and rejuvenate yourself for greater life energy.

In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” ~Albert Camus
 

Allow me to share this personal story.  A few years ago after a winter storm, and when the snow finally melted a bit, I decided to take advantage of some of sunlight to get out of the house. I took a walk around one of the beautiful glacial lakes here in these Cascade Mountains. What I noticed was that part of the lake was still frozen, while the other half was still flowing. In the part that was flowing, ducks were swimming and searching for plants close to the banks. In the part that was frozen, ice created webbed patterns making it difficult to see beneath the surface.   I watched two men throwing stones into the frozen part of the water. The first man was throwing heavy stones into the icy end making a huge impact at the surface as it descended into the lake. The second man was skipping a small stone across the ice. This made beautiful tones that rang out across the lake. The visual impact and sounds  of these stones really stayed with me.   

When I shared what I saw with my Science teacher parent, he responded, We seldom appreciate the wonders of water in winter in its relationship to supporting life. When we see frozen water, it is often associated with an absence of flow and life. But, its unique features allow nature to function properly in the process of change. As an example that many of us would never notice, and might take for granted, is that ice floats on lakes in the winter. What we miss is the fact that water when it gets colder falls to the bottom of the lake. When water gets close to freezing, it then rises to the surface. This causes the ice to form on the top, and in so doing, turns the water over completely in the lake. This turning over moves the nutrients in such a way that aquatic life is refreshed.” ~Dr. Robert Knodt    

The process of inner growth is like that for us, too. It takes diving deep into the unseen, and then allowing time and space for the process to unfold. A heavy stone dives deep.  It can be hard at first. Feeling all our feelings, getting in touch with the message underneath can lead to a greater  compassion, understanding and forgiveness. When you give yourself the time to go through a process of accessing your inner truth, you come back with greater clarity.  Through mindfulness, it is the process of turning over your inner lake.

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Your interior life depends on listening. Subtle or seemingly small encounters, synchronicity or messages in your daily life can change your perspective while renewing your energy. This is like the second stone ringing out across the ice carrying a message to inform all of your life. Everything in the Universe can be a messenger. There is nothing too small or insignificant.  A newsletter heading, the cashier at Starbucks, or a small gesture of someone smiling or holding the door can make the difference between gloom and bloom!

When you begin to trust the messages from within and realize that the Universe is conspiring with you to build  your spiritual self-esteem, doorways open to new possibilities and awareness.   Taking action with the guidance and wisdom you receive will bring balance and more harmony to your life. Every single event, person, situation, reason for joy, pain or grief has, in fact, the potential to lead to a greater expansion of spiritual awareness and connection to nourishment. Through this lens you can begin to see places in your life where you have felt stuck or frozen where your inner lake was turning over differently. When this time comes, spend time and dive deep to create new harmonics to create harmony in your life.

The time you take for reflection will improve your quality of response to whatever life is presenting to you next. It may feel like it is impossible to take action when you are stuck, depressed or in grief. But, by going through the process of self-care, it is then possible to emerge with greater insight and renewal.  Give voice to your thoughts through journaling. draw, dance and play music that helps you feel connected to harmony. Build in a movement practice that incorporates a focus on breath. Read material that will help deepen and expand your understanding. Find a compassionate listener. Eat healthy foods. Spend time in nature. Take inventory of what is good about you! Find a way to go with the flow. Rest and renew.  

  Want to experience greater insight and rejuvenation in the process? Contact Kimberly Rex, MS at http://www.windowstotheheart.net/contact/to experience a Resonance Repatterning© session. Each session dives deep in a way that brings more life energy and nourishment to your life with natural modalities designed to help you feel more energized, centered and empowered.   

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Jan 2, 2019

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Winter Wellness Naturally

Winter is a time to consider going within to nourish your roots. It is a time to incorporate self-care even more consciously during these cold months. This article shares natural ways to build integrity in your winter wellness naturally.

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1) Take Care of Your Kidneys and Bladder

Winter is Water Element time in Traditional Chinese Medicine. So this is is especially a good time to do self-care for your kidneys and bladder. 1) Be sure that the food you eat and the beverages you drink are not cold. They should be at least room temperature. Drink 2-3 cups of water or tea between 1 and 3 pm to hydrate your system. Add a little salt to your meal at dinner (between 5 and 7 pm: Kidney time). 2) Eat foods with root vegetables, whole grains, and small amounts of meat or fish protein. Include foods that are dark blue or close to black in color to feed your kidneys. If you are a vegetarian, eat more beans, nuts, and tempeh. 3) Keep your feet and kidney area warm throughout the winter. Wear a scarf to keep your neck warm. 4) You can do some movement for this purpose as well: marching in place is helpful. Rub your ears also as they are related to Water Element.

2) Take Care of Your Lungs

Movement and Breath: Be sure to stretch your upper body. By doing this so, you are expanding your lungs. You can do this by opening your arms to the side and above your head to open your chest (stretching your lungs). Open your neck and mouth with a sound to expel toxins from the lungs as you do so. Stretch your upper body from side to side with your arms crossing over each other in a push to the opposite side to stretch your lungs.

Lung Exercises: Opening Chest Expands Lungs


Breathing Exercise: Pursed Lips Breathing: Pursed-lips breathing can slow down your breathing, reducing the work of breathing by keeping your airways open longer. This makes it easier for the lungs to function and improves the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide. This breathing exercise can be practiced at any time.

How to:

  1. Inhale slowly through your nose.
  2. Purse your lips, as if you are going to blow on something.
  3. Breathe out slowly through your pursed lips. This should take at least 2 x as long as you take to breathe in.
  4. Repeat.

3) Take Care of Your Large Intestine

Taking care of your digestion means to be sure you are eating to keep your digestion running smoothly. When you have issues with digestion or elimination, incorporate fennel, ginger, marjoram, thyme, cinnamon, cloves, and black pepper in your cooking and teas. Consider flax seeds, flaxseed oil and psyllium if you have difficulties with elimination.

Look at stress in your life that constricts your ability to let go. Be sure to keep hydrated. You can also use the sound, “M” for the sound of letting go.

4) More Natural Remedies 

These two articles have additional resources with nutritional, herbal and tea recipes:

http://www.windowstotheheart.net/natural-healing-ways-to-treat-a-cold/
http://www.windowstotheheart.net/getting-to-the-rootstaying-well-with-root-teas-and-vegetables-during-the-cold-months/

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Dec 28, 2018

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Within the First Steps toward Positive Change

Walking a New Path

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a first step.” Lao Tzu

Have you ever felt you needed real sustainable and tangible change in your life?  As we enter the new year, you might be thinking about this as a possibility. Within these first steps toward positive change are the essential building blocks towards realizing your positive intentions.

It is likely that when you become aware of the need for change that a number of messages express themselves. Intentions move you to our growing edge, and in the face of new territory you might also need to take into consideration your doubt, fear, confusion, and sense of disorientation in the process.

While you might consider this kind of thinking can only sabotage positive change, they are important in that they signal unmet needs, beliefs, thoughts, attitudes, or generational imprints from your unconscious that have not yet have been fully integrated or healed in your life. This process allows you to move beyond your first steps in making positive change in your life.

Because everything is energy and energy is everything, the information from these underlying messages can be accessed at the unconscious level through your body-mind field. Your Nervous System is connected to every organ, muscle, tissue and gland in your body. It relays this information through frequency or response, and can give biofeedback from any place in from your life including pre-natal and generational patterns.

The importance of shifting your resonance with habitual patterns, where your life energy is dedicated, is demonstrated in the following analogy.

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Imagine that there is a ship with a destination for “Your Positive Intentions”

Imagine a ship with a destination for “Your Positive Intentions.” You start out at your current port and sail with the best of intentions. You are the captain of your ship. You say affirmations, make plans to get to your destination, and place a great deal of conscious effort towards your journey. However, underlying non-coherent beliefs, negative projections about what might happen including fears, guilt, or worry in the planning takes the helm. This disrupts or stops the energy flow dedicated to your positive intentions.

It’s like having a captain at the other end of your ship calling, “Return to port!” As you can imagine, the resulting movement of your ship would then be affected by the energy dedicated to the quality of conscious and coherent life energy available for the journey towards your destination, or the amount of life energy you still have invested in your non-coherent or negative beliefs and habitual patterns.

At this pivotal point, making space and taking time to listen to the messages that are coming up from this awareness will inform your desire to move towards or away from your positive intentions. It is a vital first step towards creating more coherent and positive change. These messages are actually gifts that can potentially create deeper understanding and connection to your inner wisdom and need for healing. Through this process of taking into account what keeps you stuck, you can open to greater love, compassion, forgiveness, understanding and peace.

A Resonance Repatterning session accesses your Positive Projections to build the momentum and coherent life energy for what your life would be like while considering your underlying messages and needs.

 A Resonance Repatterning session works with this underlying unconscious material that keeps you from moving forward. Sessions create more coherent life energy based on this information so you can move in the direction toward positive change.   When you shift resonance with your core needs being met, your beliefs, attitudes and perceptions change so that you have the life energy to devote to manifesting your positive intentions for your life.

Resonance Repatterning works with natural modalities of color, light, sound, movement, breath, fragrance, and energetic balancing to enhance resonating with coherent life energy to empower change. This work then further supports you in considering your decisions, right action, realistic responsibility, resources and right timing.

In doing so, you access inner wisdom and untapped energy in creating new possibilities for moving toward your new port of call….”Your Positive Intentions.”

Kimberly Rex, MS

I’d like to invite you to explore how Resonance Repatterning benefits your life.  Experience a session by phone, Skype or in-person  with Windows to the Heart Repatterning. Set up a session time here: Contact Page

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Dec 18, 2018

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Happy Holidays: A Wish for Health and Wholeness

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 “Happy Holidays” is more than a wish for celebrating a “holy day.“ While the word acknowledges beliefs and spiritual practice, the word, “Holy” actually means wholeness, and is related to the word “health.”

Holy: The English word “holy” dates back to at least the 11th Century with the Old English word h?lig, an adjective derived from h?l meaning “whole” and used to mean “uninjured, sound, healthy, entire, complete”. The Scottish hale (“health, happiness and wholeness”) is the most complete modern form of this Old English root. The modern word “health” is also derived from the Old English hal. ( from Wikipedia.com).

This article looks at the perspective of wholeness through the lens of Polarity Therapy and Quantum Physics. By doing so, you will gain insight into what is happening in your body-mind system to create awareness related to creating health and wholeness.

Health is more than how you feel physically. Wholeness comes from within your body-mind system. It relates to your emotions. thoughts, beliefs, attitudes and way of interacting with the world. 

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According to Dr. Randolph Stone, the creator of Polarity Therapy, your life energy flow has both an involutional/downward and evolutional/upward process that sustains your health and wholeness. This process also radiates through the non-local network of consciousness that makes coherent change both a quantum and holographic opportunity in the world at large due to the nature of entanglement. For even a subtle change in thought, perception, response or action can have a meaningful effect

The involutional process connects you to Source Energy and non-local consciousness, light, sound and energy that feeds your body-mind-spirit system. 

 “Consciousness is the ground of all Being.”~Amit Goswami, PhD“Consciousness is the ground of all Being.”  ~Amit Goswami, PhD

This consciousness allows you to be a unique expression of the Universe within the Great Universal Hologram. Your life energy, is based on your vertical connection to this energetic flow through the Sushumna, or spinal cord.  The flow of energy through the Ida and Pingala that run like a caduceus crossing and connecting each chakra center to the rest of your body-mind system.  This creates a balance of receptive and assertive energies, absorbing and radiating, of being and doing.

Your evolutionary process allows you to be creative in your spiritual evolution through your experience, emotion, relationship, and lessons learned through your life.  As you evolve individually, you are also connected to the greater entangled web of connection. This greater flow of non-local consciousness, connects your body-mind system to the greater energy flow that joins all of life. It is holographic and quantum, at the same time.

Being and Doing

Your life energy is based, like your breath, on an inward and outward flow of energy that creates a pulse like arterial circulation. These pulses create the possibility of experiencing balance and harmony between relaxation and activity. When there is a disruption in the energy pulse in either direction, imbalance and the likelihood for dis-ease and pain escalates.

The ever-increasing complexity of life filled with schedule, work and overload due to over stimulation through a number of ways including technology and pace of life can lead to Being Deprivation. When energy is disrupted in the outward expansion without release or relaxation, you are more likely to compensate with compulsive habits, addictions and actions in trying to discharge built-up energy due to the inability to return to the inward phase of the energy cycle for regeneration and renewal. When you are stuck in this kind of energy lock, there is more a tendency to blame, and the need to be in control. This directly affects your ability to connect with others in a way that promotes bonding and trust. The physical response to this stuck pattern can lead to excessive nervousness, hyperactivity and insomnia.

On the other hand,when your energy is disrupted in the inward phase of energy pulsation, you are more likely to feel an amplified need to get something from an outside source including food, substances and/or liquids. This creates a physical sense of exhaustion, and this can be coupled with depression.You feel more on the outside of life, and feel dis-empowered and victimized without feeling as though you can motivate yourself to take a next step. Disruption in the outward pulsation can show up as self-blame and feeling ungrounded. This  creates a need to attach to others to feel whole due to inability to feel motivated to embody change within yourself.

Disruption of the energy pulsation cycle can be caused by a number of things including breathing polluted air, an accident, or any unresolved traumatic shock or experience that impact your health emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually.

“It is not just  do, do, do. It is not just  be, be, be. It is do, be, do, be, do.”~Amit Goswami               

Finding ways to create space and time in your day is vital. Dreaming, recharging, and gaining greater self-awareness and insight. Creating more coherent consciousness works with stepping beyond habitual patterns into new possibilities in your thinking, feelings, habits and actions. Positive change impacts your wellness, relationships and well-being. You are designed for success. You are designed for well-being.

At this time of year celebrating rebirth and opening awareness to new possibilities for Truth, Beauty, Wisdom and Compassion, I  am wishing you “Happy Holidays!” 

I’d like to invite you to explore how Resonance Repatterning benefits your life.  Experience a session by phone, Skype or in-person  with Windows to the Heart Repatterning.  Set up a session time here: Contact Page

Sign up for monthly newsletter here: Newsletter and Exclusive Re-pattern Your Life Events with FREE eBook entitled Eight Natural Modalities for Navigating Stressful Times.  

Polarity Therapy is a discipline that has been integrated into Resonance Repatterning®. To find out more about Dr. Randolph Stone’s work, visit: http://www.digitaldrstone.org/

Check out more of Dr. Goswami’s film, The Quantum Activist for consciousness and spirituality research based on non-local consciousness, discontinuous thought, and entangled hierarchy here: http://www.amitgoswami.org/#wpsbw

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