What is not love is always fear, and nothing else.
All healing is essentially the release from fear.

For healing: hypnosis or de-hypnosis?

Posted: January 30th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: De-Hypnosis, Depression, Emotions, Fear, Feelings, Healing, Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Mind, Miracle, Moods, PTSD, Stress, Trauma | No Comments »

“All healing is essentially the release from fear.”
– ACIM

Hypnosis can be a powerful tool for good — or for ill. Hypnotic suggestions program your mind, which is essentially the hard drive of your body computer. We have all been programmed to believe what we believe, to see ourselves and the world as we do.

Some love the color red; others hate it. Some love dogs; others fear them. When we came from the womb, we were simply open and receptive; fear has hypnotized us all and imprinted us all with different programming.

Fear is an especially effective means of hypnosis. A trained hypnotist might suddenly push you off balance or clap loudly next to your head… for he has learned that fear puts the subject into a trance of shock. Once in trance, suggestions can be made that will go deep into the mind.

Someone may be an excellent hypnotist and have the best of intentions, yet not know what you personally need. Only you know. Only that part of you that is below the conscious mind knows what you have been through and what you need to hear to heal the past.

This is why I recommend de-hypnosis. We need to be de-hypnotized from all the trauma we have known — from our creation until the present. Once all the trauma is gone, we are naturally restored to our innate peace of mind, joy and unconditional love.

When you are very relaxed, your own inner wisdom can show or tell you what you need to know to heal your life.  It works every time. It is very efficient. It never harms.


Healing ABC 123

Posted: September 25th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: ACIM, Depression, Emotions, Fear, Feelings, Healing, Health, Love, Mind, Miracle, Moods, Mothers, PostPartumDepression, PTSD, Self-help, Spirit, Sprit, Tools, Vets, Video | No Comments »

A new video to accompany the “Roadmap” video!!!


You are only as sick as your secrets

Posted: August 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Abuse, Birth, Body, Cognitive, Depression, Emotions, Feelings, Healing, Mind, Moods, Neglect, PTSD, Self-help, Stress | 2 Comments »

Sometimes secrets are intentionally kept. On birthdays we don’t want our friends to know what we are giving them because we want them to be surprised.

Sometimes wonderful, velvet memories are kept secret because they are intensely private and personal. We do not care to share what they are because they might be misunderstood and not cherished by others as we cherish them ourselves.

But then there are the prickly or even stabbing secrets that hurt us then and continue to hurt us now. Those secrets are best aired and released. Read the rest of this entry »


Love & fear

Posted: August 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Body, Depression, Emotions, Fear, Feelings, Happiness, Healing, Health, Mind, Moods, Self-help, Trauma, Veterans, Vets | No Comments »

All healing is essentially the release from fear.

To make our healing work very simple, it helps to think of the light switch on the wall that is either on or off. If we agree to call our inner emotional states by two terms, either love or fear, then our progress will be rapid.

Just as one is never just a “little” pregnant — you are also neither a “little” in love or fear. You are either relaxed and happy and aware of love — or not. You could think of the inner human state simply as, “love on” or “love off” — and we call “love off”, for want of a better term, fear. Read the rest of this entry »


Byron Katie – The Work

Posted: August 24th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Depression, Forgiveness, Healing, Mind, Moods, Psychology, SSRIs, Stress, Tools, Video | No Comments »

From the book, Loving What Is

Byron Kathleen Reid became severely depressed while in her thirties. Over a ten-year period her depression deepened, and Katie (as she is called) spent almost two years rarely able to leave her bed, obsessing over suicide. Then one morning, from the depths of despair, she experienced a life-changing realization.

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Air foods for mental alertness

Posted: July 4th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Body, Depression, Food, Imbalance, Mind, Psychology, SSRIs | No Comments »

Foods that grow in trees support mental activity.  They help us wake up and get going in the morning.  They are sweet, wet, cool and wash the waste out of our bodies.  Eating fruits from trees first thing in the morning is like taking a shower on the inside.  They make you feel clean and fresh and ready to greet the day.

Too little of the air foods and you are mentally dull, boring, bored.  Too much makes you feel weak, giddy, silly, goofy, “fruity,” “nutty,” “spacey,” forgetful.