Over the past year, I have had a number of opportunity’s to learn about the process of going home, about the great sense of loss, grief, and pain surrounding the leaving of a loved one. I have also learned that there is beauty, grace, joy, love, wisdom, and incredible insight that can be gained and experienced through this process.
I received this poem while in deep thought about how to help a loved one work through the recent transition/journey home of someone near and dear to them.
Wither the wind blows
A soul knows
The way to travel on
In all ways bending
Awake we become
And then by the drums
We move on
From the Merriam Webster Dictionary: Intention
1: the thing that you plan to do or achieve :
2: an aim or purpose
5 : concept; especially : a concept considered as the product of attention directed to an object of knowledge.
What is your intention?
It is important to not only know what your intentions are but also to have a clear vision of your intentions. The power of intention is incredible and if you are not tapping (no pun intended) into that power, you are missing a very effective component to achieving your goals, dreams, and good health. Today, I want to focus a bit on how intention and brainwaves effect our health and our ability to heal.
In Tong Ren healing, the practitioner works to remove blockages that prevent the flow of health-sustaining bioelectric signals. They use a light weight magnetic hammer(or other methods) to apply energy to particular points on an anatomical acupuncture model. The practitioner focuses their conscious mind on points that correspond with the patients blockages; opening the blockage is their intention. Their rhythmic and habitual tapping produces a connection between the subconscious of the practitioner and the corresponding locations on the patient’s body to open the blockages. The subconscious connection creates a channel for transmission; drawing the diseased organ back into entrainment with the healthy bio electrical signals and powerful healing energy of the global collective unconscious. Health is usually restored, if the conscious mind does not reject or block the process; the patient needs to relax and accept the healing energy. So, you can see that the intention of both the facilitator and the patient is important.
Have you ever encountered a person that seems to set their mind to something and then the next thing that you know, that very thing is happening? Those are the people that have the ability to truly set an intention and then begin to live as if it has already happened; thus it does! It is the energy and connection to the collective unconscious that puts those things into motion; we only need to tap into all that is available. The most wonderful and amazing thing is that it is so incredibly simple and anyone can do it!
Energy healing is very effective if we can open our hearts and minds to accept the power of that energy. If we can focus our intention and relax into acceptance; stepping outside of our understanding of reality; we can heal. Animals are a wonderful example of what can happen when there is open acceptance of the energy, they are quick to heal. The animal does not have to have intention because he/she does not block or reject the energy with unbelief, etc. The facilitator brings the animal into the collective unconscious with his or her intention for the animal and the rhythmic tapping of the points that correspond with the blockages in the animals body.
It is important to be aware of our thoughts so that we do not unwittingly set our intentions on things that do not empower, restore, or uplift. Set your intentions for complete restoration of health, joy, prosperity, and peace. Enjoy the journey.
Tong Ren Florida – Deborah Bilo. Click the link to go to our new website! Yay! We are super excited to bring Tong Ren Healing to Southern Florida and decided a new website was in order.
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Trinity Harbor Healing, a Tong Ren Healing Center is located at 611 S.W. Federal Highway, Suite B, Stuart Florida 34994. Our new phone number is: 772-266-9616
I love coffee. I love everything coffee. My favorite place to catch up with friends and solve all of the world problems is at Bean Towne, a local coffee house and cafe. The lattes, sandwiches, salads, and assorted gluten free products are out of this world and if you are lucky enough to have Sparky whip up your latte, you also enjoy a smile that will keep you warm all day. I don’t work for or with the folks at Bean Towne. This blog post doesn’t even have anything to do with them or coffee except that it is where most of my best conversations (other than the one’s that happen in my car) take place.
One day last week, I met a friend at Bean Towne for a late afternoon latte. We try to get together at least once a week; we are concerned that if we go any longer between visits, the worlds problems could grow out of control and we may not be able to solve them all in one sitting. Our conversation took many paths, as it often does, and we soon found ourselves on the subject of marriage and why some make it, why some don’t, and what we think the key ingredients might be that help to keep one going for the long haul. I have been married for 32 years (in April) and one of the things that my husband and I do so well together is dream. We make some fairly large scale plans and have some fairly lofty dreams, we always have. We dream about where we will go on our next vacation, how we will retire and we dream about little things like what we will have for dinner or what we might share for dessert. We never stop dreaming. We often share our dreams, hopes, plans, and schemes with our daughter, with our friends, and sometimes even with the lady at the post office or the guy that bags our groceries. I am sure that we drive people a little crazy with all of our dreaming.
Our dreams have changed over the years and some of the one’s that we had when we were much younger came to fruition. Many of them did not. We don’t look back upon the dreams that didn’t become reality, we know that they morphed into new dreams. I don’t know what we would do without our dreams, schemes, and plans; they keep us joyful and united. Our dreams are a common goal, a sense of togetherness, a joint effort and a constant topic of conversation. Dreaming is fun, it’s free, and it helps us to realize a never ending sense of hope and adventure.
People that allow themselves to dream and cultivate the dreams of others, they are the salt of the earth. To encourage a dream can lead to creativity and greatness and there really is no better way to show love and gratitude for another human being than to help them reach their dreams. We all have an inner child that has not forgotten how to dream; we just have to let go and allow them to have our hearts and minds every now and again.
Couples that dream together always have something in common, something to talk about and something to look forward to. Dream a little dream together. Start with something fun and silly or something big and serious. It doesn’t matter as long as your dreaming.
There is nothing like a dream to create the future.