What It Feels Like To Heal A Brain

To work with brain cortices is quite an adventure.  There are many moments while in deep Alpha and Gamma frequencies of treatment when I feel intense energy running through my body.  It seems as if my client’s Higher Self channels into my body and encodes my energy field with engrams of data packages that downloads to my client.  My head at times feels as if this intense energy field electrifies it.

While working with clients, I experience many different types of energy fields.  The Pineal Gland is like a bright light bulb of pulsing energy, while the Kundalini flowing up the cerebral spinal fluid is like a slow burning liquid fire.  The Heart energy, by comparison, feels almost like a magnetic force that bathes the body in a gentle warmth.

Throughout antiquity, sages, healers, and mystics have noted the power of these sacred energies of the body.  From a scientific/philosophical perspective, I believe that I am working with quantum energy while in an altered state of consciousness.  As has been noted by scientists, the quantum world follows different rules than our experience in physical reality.  Time and space are somewhat elastic, and the feeling of entanglement between my consciousness and that of my client borders on a sense of oneness.

The brain has a template that I access during my sessions with clients.  Reiki, BodyTalk, Remote Viewing, Chakra Balancing, Medical Intuition, and Dream Healing are all permission slips that allow me to access the “unseen” world.  Everything is made up of electrons, protons, and neutrons that are in constant vibrations and movement.  To tap into the template of physical reality is to open up the door to a quantum plane of awareness.  In this state, it feels almost as if everything is made up of packets of colored waves of energy.  Ethically, I never impose my power on people’s auric field.  Rather, I set up a field of energy that I ask people to mirror through various techniques.  This mirroring feels like a continuous flow between my hands and a client’s head.  In this way, people adjust themselves into a greater state of health.

Reiki and Chi-Kung

 

Reiki and Chi-Kung are both Eastern Asian forms of energy transmutation.  On the surface, they might seem similar, but they are entirely different.  This article will explore the differences and discuss how they can be combined together for practitioners to have the most balanced approach.

Reiki therapists open themselves up to universal energy.  This energy flows from the ethers, through the body of the Reiki practitioner, and culminates in the body and auric field of the client.  Reiki energy feels like the idea of light streaming in from above, around, and centering both in the physical, and energetic.  This Reiki energy flows into the practitioner through the higher chakras such as the crown, head, throat, and heart.  This is very different from Chi-Kung.  A Chi-Kung master draws this energy from the ground into their body through the feet into the lower Dan Tien (lower energy center encompassing the sacrum to the diaphragm).  Chi-Kung was designed as an adjunct to Kung-Fu.  One definition of Chi-Kung is “Internal Kung-Fu.”  Masters of Chi-Kung would draw the energy up from the earth and into their feet and circle this energy like the spinning of a ball in their midsection.  In martial arts, this energy is focused by intent into strikes and blocks.  For the healing aspects of Chi-Kung, namely the health and wellbeing therapeutics, breathing and movements would flow this Dan Tian energy to organs for balance and longevity.  Various forms of breathing, stretching, and movement is the foundation of Chi-Kung for therapeutics.  In Chi-Kung, there are specific hand positions that direct the flow of energy throughout the body.  One the points used was the thumb touching at the base of the ring finger, and this was to help tolerate pain and physical strain.

Chi-Kung

This tolerating pain finger position exists in martial arts physical conditioning.  In Uechi-Ryu Karate, this is one of the energetic connections that the advanced students would use while we were punched, kicked, and struck with sticks.  This connection is just one of many used in martial arts.  Ninjutsu has many laced finger combinations that, combined with a circulation of Chi throughout the body, was able to help awaken this pineal gland, resist pain, and cause other desired connections.  These are examples of Ninjutsu hand positions that grew out of the knowledge from Chi-Kung and Chinese medicine:

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ninja hands

The overall goal of Chi-Kung is the centering and rolling of the energy in the Dan Tien, and flowing this energy throughout the body to organs and transferred to others.  In Reiki this would be calling in the lower chakras from the root (sacrum) to the third chakra (solar plexus).

Reiki, by contrast, is the opening up of the self to higher frequencies of energy and the channeling of this energy into the self and others.  The fundamental goal of both of these energy practices are identical, but the focus behind them are different.  Reiki was not designed as a martial art.  Usui Reiki was designed only for the healing of self and others. In Reiki, this might be why the lower energy chakras of the practitioner had not been believed to be important.  I have found that my sense of grounding is essential when doing any energy therapy.  Shamanism that originates in the ancient traditions of the first nations community also uses the idea of deep grounding before doing healing work.  In Shamanism, the balancing of the body is the coordination of the upper energy center (head, neck, and shoulders) and the lower (tailbone to mid thoracic area).

When I begin a Reiki session, I combine both ideologies or Reiki and Chi-Kung.  I open up all of my seven chakra points in sequence from the crown to the base, followed by a rooting into the earth and a drawing up of Chi energy into my Dan Tian.  I connect the “heavenly circuit” which is the tip of my tongue on the roof of the mouth (behind the teeth).  When I am full centered, my hands ignite with energy.

There is a lot of benefit to studying both of these modalities.

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Letting Go Of Being Normal

Like many people who have read the bio on my website (https://orionmott.com/meet-me) would gather, I had an unusual childhood.  One of the main messages imparted to me through various teachers, channelers, gurus, and shamans, was that I am destined to be a great healer.  Destiny is a funny thing.  As interesting as the idea of predestination might be, there always seemed something controlling about it.  Freedom is my favorite feeling.

When I entered my early twenties, I tried hard to be like everyone else: Eat beef, go to University, watch sports, and work as a personal trainer at a great sports center in Toronto.  You could say that I was trying to create a “normal” life that would appeal to my Ego.  For most of my early life, my Ego was in charge, and it was huge and powerful.  I felt like I was in control of my life…for a time.  Unfortunately, I never saw the cliff edge until it was too late.

When I entered my Thirties, I became wildly irritable and dissatisfied with life.  Everything I thought I wanted, was now in question.  I felt like I was a target, and that my soul was attacking me through the actions and behaviors of others.  I attracted these negative experiences into my life because I didn’t allow myself to be extraordinary.  In hindsight, my abusers are strong signal letting me know I had veered off the path of being my true self.

Somewhere along the way, I realized that I was not fulfilling the life I was meant to live.  In 2003 I started to study BodyTalk and other healing modalities.  During the last 13 years, I healed people of brain trauma (http://torontoconcussiontherapy.com), lymphatic cancer, loss of vision, and many other things.  These experiences were of course extremely exciting, but I had a driving curiosity and intellectual need to understand the nature of reality.  As a kid, I was the kind of person who loved to take apart all of my toys to find out how they worked.  My current belief about the nature of reality is that reality is a dream.  Our lives are illusionary.  What we feel and experience as physical reality is just a dream of our soul.

While In the various states of consciousness, I have found that I am both the dreamer and the dreamed.  In physical terms, I am both the cup and the fluid contained.  The trap a lot of struggling healers fall into is the belief that they are just an empty cup.  When higher consciousness flows into the body either through Reiki, channeling, or other means, the important point to know is that we are both the source energy, the process of transmutation of that energy, and we are also the destination.  The higher energetic state of awareness is the experience of fluidity and oneness.  This fluidity is very profound when you shift your state out of the fourth dimension.  For those who don’t understand dimensions, here is a short description

  • We live in the fourth dimension:  Height, Width, and Depth are the parameters for a three-dimensional existence.
  • Time is the fourth-dimensional vector that we experience.  I call it a vector because we only experience it one direction.
  • There are many ways to gain access and experience the fifth dimensional reality but usually feels like a state of love, flow, and Oneness.

The easiest way to experience the fifth dimension is to flip our reality inside out.  This shift would make time three-dimensional, and our physical reality a single dimensional.  Just by suggesting this shift to our Energetic Light Body in a deep state of meditation will open the door to a profound experience.

If you try this technique and have an experience, please comment below.

Emotional Pain In The Joints

Let us talk about pain.  Sometimes, a new client will arrive for a Reiki session to help them relax or counteract the toll that anxiety has on their body, mind, and soul. As part of my intake procedure, I ask many questions to refine their emotional imbalance need down to a core issue. Emotional pain can often relate to a body part.

  • Fear is in the knees,
  • decision making is in the ankles,
  • ego pressure shows up in the elbows,
  • spine is about support,
  • the neck is usually about the will,
  • shoulders are about carrying burdens.

Let’s say that a person comes in with a chronic back issue.  After a bit of conversation, it turns out that they are also in a relationship where they feel unsupported- materially, emotionally, financially or any other definition of support.  No matter how many chiropractic treatments, massages, or physical therapy, the pain always returns.   During this conversation, I usually tune into many different layers relating to the pain they are looking to release.  This level of detail is incredibly important because the treatment always fits the cause.  A physical cause will heal through a physical means.  Emotional pain in joints is always treatable in an emotional way.  As the conversation continues, the treatment unfolds.

As a child, we have the crying mechanism to recover from all types of pain.  This natural release is not always necessary as an adult.  Don’t get me wrong.  Crying happens when certain issues and memories flood into focus.  I use modalities that are appropriate for each case such as Active Memory Technique from BodyTalk, yogic breathing techniques, and Ho’oponopono from Hawaiian Kahuna practice. The particular therapy seems not to be as important as the fact that the mind and the heart have done something in the direction of healing.  I like to call this a “permission slip” to quote one of my favorite gurus.  Emotional people cry, intellectuals need to talk and reason, and kinesthetic people usually need a hug.  We are all a combination of these personality types.

The emotional heart can heal and forgive almost anything if it is relied upon to function as a release mechanism. No matter what we have experienced, the heart will keep on beating.