Dec 18, 2018

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Happy Holidays: A Wish for Health and Wholeness


 “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

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. 

Energy Flows

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!” 

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Dec 4, 2018

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The Peace that Begins Within

Family Systems is one of the many healing disciplines integrated into Resonance Repatterning®. The purpose of this work is to identify where in your body-mind-spirit system you are living with the past loyalties to your groups and systems that conflict with your individuality and author-ship of your life. The peace that begins within starts with working with Self, and how it affects your relationships and view of the world.


Events in your life, your family’s history, and stressful experiences impact your wellness, well-being, and how you see and experience the world. When you experience conflict within, it is often related to how you experience parts of yourself that carry limiting beliefs, attitudes or concept of time with what you would like to create. About 90% of this material is unconscious based on protection, safety and need for homeostasis. The peace that begins within starts with making this information available to your conscious Self.

New Possibilities: Getting in touch with your thoughts, feelings, and body sensations when you are in a challenging situation is an invitation to witness how you are experiencing life in any given moment. By doing so, you create a bridge to allowing your inner world to inform you in a way that builds connection to the present. It is possible then to shift your awareness to your internal messages and needs that are speaking in response to what is happening in your life.


“Let’s shine the light of consciousness on places where we can hope to find what we are seeking.” Marshall B. Rosenberg

In Family Systems, a group is a system that is bonded by certain beliefs and rules. This could be your family, members of a club or organization, culture, religion, or even a company. These groups have their own beliefs and rules. Some emotions in specific groups can be “good” and allowed, or “bad” and not allowed. Beliefs that allowed in one group, may be taboo or “bad” in another group.

This is where loyalties to belief systems create interference patterns to expanding your capacity to be in some groups while you feel more “at home” in other groups. You take your belief systems from with you wherever you go as you interact with groups with different belief systems everywhere you go.

These patterns of limitation are often unconscious, and the only way to transform these emotions, thoughts and beliefs is to make them conscious. By doing so, you expand the capacity of your awareness to experience greater choice beyond the rules set within your family system historically at a very deep level.

New Possibilities: Exploring these unconscious limiting patterns can create the opportunity to expand your view while staying curious to your individual needs. While you have been influenced by the infrastructure of your ancestry, you also have the capacity to expand your awareness to experience greater freedom and choice. Once you integrate and update your way of seeing the world, you are then better able to see and experience others from a broader lens of awareness.

For example, let’s say that in your family of origin the emotion of “joy” is not allowed. Perhaps there is a resonance with a sense of grief, working hard or sense of being victimized that originates from an ancestor or systemic root. Moving beyond systemic limiting rules can create a sense of guilt.

However, by expanding your capacity to show respect and loyalty to your system in a way that allows love as you see each family member as a part of your system, you then expand the ability of your system’s rules to explore this new possibility of joy.

When the family has been brought into its natural order, the individual can leave it behind him while still feeling the strength of his family supporting him. Only when the connection to his family is acknowledged, and the person’s responsibility seen clearly and then distributed, can the individual feel unburdened and go about his personal affairs without anything from the past weighing him down or holding him back.~Bert Hellinger


When you have the awareness to choose to expand your limits from a particular group, or explore beyond the circle of your group, you take your beliefs with you. Every person thinks differently and perceives the world in their own way. Everyone is born into a specific group related to family, culture, language, habits and everything connected to them. If the habits and values of another group opposes your beliefs, this can create conflict.

New Possibilities: When you are also able to see others imagining their parents with their beliefs, culture, language and specific religion, you are better able to understand what makes them the way they are. Each person has their own dislikes or likes, and has different needs. There are no “good” or “bad” people, only different ways of seeing the world. Being able to see each person as an individual is a way to open the circle for each person. Once we open the circle within ourselves, we can then connect with others with this foundation.


You can only be at peace within when you are reconciled with what you are. This allows you to open up to life to receive everything life offers you. You can take that vital life energy that comes from your parents and ancestors. This creates the opportunity to learn from this material. It allows life energy to flow to you. When accessed with sense of humility so that you can learn from it instead of pushing it away, this information creates an opportunity for you to expand and grow.

You could not be here without your parents and ancestors. Once you take this information, then you are able to use this to transform your life. This allows you to face life and do something good with that information. Instead of repeating the patterns of limiting beliefs, thoughts and attitudes out of loyalty to your system, you are better able to give respect and honor to your ancestors in a way that also makes that possible for your Self. That means greater choice and new possibilities.

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Dec 2, 2018

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Holiday Lights: An Invitation to Let Your Light Shine

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Nov 2, 2018

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Fall: Inspiration and Letting Go

As fall takes up residence in our lives in the Northern Hemisphere with cooler weather and leaves falling from trees, it’s important to acknowledge this impact on our personal lives with these changes.

On the Chinese Five Element and Meridian Wheel, Metal Element is the Official for this time of year. In Chinese Medicine, each element and meridian has importance related to physical, emotional, mental and spirit levels. The Metal Element Official speaks both to inspiration and letting go.

Metal Element on the physical level deals with the Lungs and Large Intestines. The lungs, of course, connect you to the air you breathe and that which inspires you in your life. Each time you exhale, you release and let go. The Large Intestine allows you to let go of what doesn’t nourish your body. On the emotional and mental levels it also works with the energy of acknowledging your regrets openly and honestly so you can move on in life.  Of course, this can be something
that is needed at any time of year.

Inspiration: Lung Meridian

Lung Meridian is about inspiration. Trees are the lungs of the planet.
. Lung Meridian asks the question, “What inspires you?” What keeps you connected to your spiritual source?” “What do you value?” as well as “What keeps you from realizing you life and spirit purpose?”

Where there have been injuries to self-esteem, confusion or feeling cut-off from life due to grief, trauma, loss, or depression, Metal Element supports you in experiencing greater self-worth, respect, and a greater sense of value for your life’s experience.

Lung Meridian helps you realize that everything has an innate perfection in your journey through life for your expansion and conscious spiritual evolution. As an example in nature, you see the trees letting go of leaves as the temperatures change and the light diminishes. Yet, what you might not readily perceive is that underneath this seeming death process is the greater purpose of preparation for rebirth. The leaves are actually being pushed off by the new leaf buds forming for the spring!

“Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.”
~Fred Rogers

Letting Go: Large Intestine Meridian

Letting go allows your body-mind system to heal grief, trauma and any residue of earlier experiences.
Large Intestine works with letting go of that which no longer serves your life. So how do you let go of issues that might have placed your emotions on a merry-go-round or stopped you from moving forward in your life?

The Reptilian Brain, the part of your brain whose purpose is to help you survive works by looking for events, features, and images that remind it of earlier events where you might have experienced stress. When you have not processed or moved through an experience to create calm or resolution in your body-mind system, it is important to focus on looking at these issues to create new possibilities. What we resist, persists.

The Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Nervous System will register stress responses that become imprints or triggers for future events, emotions or responses to situations. When your system is reminded of a an unresolved earlier situation, your unconscious responds to in the present as it did in the past with all the stress, emotion, and physical reaction of the unresolved issue.

The benefits of resolution, forgiveness and moving on include updating your response to situations, better communication between all the systems of your body, new insights, responses and more choices for your life experience in the present. This can happen through accessing the unconscious material that your nervous system reports through the muscle-checking system in Resonance Repatterning. Your nervous system is connected to every muscle, tissue, organ and gland. Your body is a map of your life’s experiences.

Working with consciousness science, breath, fragrance, movement, light, sound, and energetic balancing, a Resonance Repatterning® session allows you to let go of the non-coherent patterns to create new coherent pathways for resolution and inspiration. This makes experiencing life anew more than a possibility because your system no longer resonates with the impact or residue of the earlier experience. By letting go of the old, you make way for more inspiration and life energy for your positive intentions.You are making space for a new way of living your life!

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Oct 20, 2018

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Letting Go When Things Fall Apart

Fall is a time where letting go is visible. The trees lose their leaves. The garden shuts down, the temperatures recede as we move into fall.  it looks like that’s all there is. However, we know that spring will come again. In fact, the trees are forming their buds now as they let go of their leaves. In life, when we cannot see beyond our beliefs, attitudes or story we are telling ourselves, it becomes difficult to stay in the process while it is unfolding.

The book, When Things Fall Apart by Pema Chodron, an American Buddhist nun and teacher, is well worth reading in this time of letting go. In fact, it is in this time where it seems like things are falling apart, that the natural cycles of letting go can create new possibilities so that you can reclaim greater well-being and peace when we let go of the story embedded with non-coherent, attitudes, beliefs and concept of time.

This article summarizes some of the tenets presented in the book with three stories that illustrate and give meaning to them. 

What meaning do these stories have for you?


Fear can be a driving force that moves us away from ourselves and others, or a doorway that allows us to look at life on the path as a spiritual warrior. One of the questions Pema Chodron’s teacher, Rinpoche asked in a meditation class was, “What do you do when you are squeezed?” When I read this, I reflected on the many times I have moved into a state of fear or immobility. This automatic response led me away from taking care of what was happening to me in the moment. With new awareness, however, being squeezed can serve as a doorway to become aware of an alternative way of being and response. What would happen if fear could lead me to a greater opening and expansiveness?  Your attitude about the situation is what changes how you experience, feel and respond to it.

When a rainbow appears vividly in the sky, you can see its beautiful colors, yet you could not wear as clothing or put it on as an ornament. It arises through the conjunction of various factors, but there is nothing about it that can be grasped. Likewise, thoughts that arise in the mind have no tangible existence or intrinsic solidity. There is no logical reason why thoughts, which have no substance, should have so much power over you, nor is there any reason why you should become their slave. ~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

Story #1: Is It Good or Is It Bad?

The option to relax and focus on  your breathing allows you to get in touch with your inner world. Your ‘thinking” is reacting to the situation.  By being more in touch with your breath, this can stabilize and support you in the moment relieving  your stress response, moving you into the place where your body-mind wisdom can support you.  While doing so, you can start the process of having compassion for your thoughts so that they find new possibilities with inner care to transform or change who you are in the moment, and what you do in response.

Concept of Time

Story #2: Nightmares

We live in a world of polarities. The invitation is to find neutral ground within this mixture. As human beings we experience the world through the lens of positive and negative instead of resting in center to allow the digestion and transformation of what we are experiencing in any given moment. Because we live in a “fix it” world, it is challenging to allow all of our emotions to be there without labeling, grabbing or something to change or numb them.

From the Buddhist perspective, this is demonstrated within the 8 Dharmas. There are 4 dharmas that represent “what we want or desire” and 4 dharmas that represent their opposites, what we do not want to have or experience.
These include: Pleasure or Pain; Praise or Criticism and Blame; Fame or Disgrace; Gain or Lose.

  The question is do you resonate with the problem or the new possibility?  Do you resonate with the process as  one that creates growth within whatever  your life presents to you? Attachment to desire can create pain when  there is a grabbing or clinging to the need for permanence.  The expectation to experience happiness and fulfillment continuously can lead to great disappointment.  When there is an injury, loss or sense of failure, disappointment can be amplified with a sense of never having resolution or completion.

However, when we look at the natural world, we can see that impermanence abounds.  Seasons change, we breathe in and then let go of our breath. Babies are born, and change over time into adults. People and pets die. Relationships begin and end.  Things fall apart. It is staying with the process instead of running away that peace has the opportunity to arrive. Numbing it out, trying to distract from the process, only prolongs pain. 

By resisting the very nature of things not staying the same, we take ourselves out of experiencing who we are right now. This limits our ability to experience, or to  allow the process of any emotion, situation, or event from being what it is so that it can give us the experience.  It can expand, dissolve, fall apart until a sense of meaning arises. It is from this place that you can experience a sense of timelessness, insight, choice, and letting go.


Story #3: Warrior and Fear

The most difficult times for most of us, is the time we give ourselves. ~Pema Chodron

The Buddhist tenet of “Do no harm’ is a practice that begins with applying this to your Self. Who you are is related to what you practice. As an example, if you are practicing anger in the moment, this is who you are in the moment. That anger can create a number of physical, emotional and mental responses that you can run from the experience right now. It has information for you that in the middle way that  can reveal an awareness that opens you to a gift of something you did not know or expect. It is by taking the labels off your current emotion, relaxing and opening to being with it, that leads you to harmonizing your response to life more intimately. In this way, as you compassionately spend time with your beliefs, attitudes and thoughts, you bring less judgment and blame as you empower your awareness, actions, and choice.

“And I found that I can do it if I choose to – I can stay awake and let the sorrows of the world tear me apart and then allow the joys to put me back together different from before but whole once again.”
Oriah Mountain Dreamer

In doing so, your practice leads you to practice how your respond within, and how you interact with life. By practicing mindfulness, “Do no harm” leads to a greater sense of well-being and peace. Because it is then in your memory bank, you are better able to allow this space and freedom within yourself. As you do so, you can also begin to offer this compassion to others.

 Resonance Repatterning® sessions work with where you are stuck, where you feel things are falling apart. In working with your beliefs, attitudes, and concept of time related to your problems and intentions for your life, you can experience greater sense of peace and harmony.  You are designed for success and self-healing. This process works with your inner software to create tangible and sustainable positive change.

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Oct 7, 2018

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Making Medicine from Poison

If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.                                                            ~Buddha

This week was the first week of the pen and ink challenge for #Inktober. It was also an emotional challenge to watch the Supreme Court hearings. I found myself feeling peeled open to the core, and felt unprotected in the overwhelm of the abuse, pain, power and non-coherence. I was spiraling down. I needed to take a break from the chaos, and found solace in these drawings. For this reason, after looking at the word prompts for the first week, I decided to make medicine from poison.

My drawings started on Day 2 with the word, #Tranquil as Day 1 was #Poisonous, and needed to create medicine from the start. To add stillness in the midst of all of this material that derailed my energy, my breath and my sense of well-being was the healing template for gathering all the words together to create wholeness. The Chinese characters in the upper left hand corner with the protection mudra means, “Peace, Safety.” The protection mudra has within it a beam of light with a flame and heart. Protection and a sense of peace create a calm heart, and is home to the hearth of safety and trust.

I decided to make medicine through the week from the image of #tranquil to transform the #poison. This pen and ink, in its current iteration is the result of navigating these waters.

The other drawing cues were #Roasted, #Chicken, #Drooling, #Spell. #Venom and #Exhausted. The symbols are all interpreted from the beginning with Buddha in tranquility offering the protection mudra. Safety is a harbor in the midst of poisonous material whose venom can affect us at our core if we allow it. The rooster in Buddhism is a reference to “desire.” Whether it is desire for a particular personal outcome, or the desire on the big screen of our world, staying in touch with your breath to support your well-being is key to sustain your health and energy reserves. Self-care allows you to pace yourself over time.

The moon is a reference to emotion, and a reference to the spell emotions can cast when attached to an outcome or overwrought with emotions. Mindfulness through meditation, coming into a still place and accessing the bigger picture creates the opportunity to regulate our emotions. The venom and “drooling” related to force without heart or compassion create imbalance. This imbalance immobilizes and restricts your ability to feel centered, connected to love,

However, tuning into the messages from inside your breath and your heart, makes it easier to relax, feel more calm, hear the messages, receive the guidance and the balance that is needed to respond to feelings in the present, take action, or ask for help in the process.  For more information on how to use breath patterns to create calm in your body-mind system and create natural endorphin-stress responses, read more here:

It is a process, and the road seems long, even if it is opening in ways we do not yet know or understand. But, I do know that as I look at this Medicine Buddha, there are options, and through breathing and pacing ourselves we can all deepen and expand our heart connections to create positive change even if it is one step at a time.

I now have this Medicine Buddha on a music stand in my living room to take in all of the images. Please use this Medicine Buddha, if you feel called, as a reminder that you, too, are protected. You, too, are safe. You, too, are loved.

Much love,


Personal Note: This ink drawing is made with a technique called Pointillism with stippling. I am still wanting to add more detail with color or brush. I love multi-media so I could not resist adding the glass shapes over the images that were drawn underneath. Next week I am looking forward to creating a new possibility with ink and brush.

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