I remember meeting the Zen master who had the ability to smile with his Being. There was a luminous quality to the man with a very gentle face, and a seemly endless patience for a three year old exploring his sacred environment.Continue reading
Resonance, Frequency, and Health
Resonance, frequency and health. When we want to improve our resonance or health, we often start by eating higher frequency foods such as raw or organic produce. Exercise is another useful way to improve our lean muscle conditioning, and raising our metabolism. Yet we know people to eat average food, exercise very rarely and still maintain a very healthy body.
The idea I will explore is frequency. Metabolism can certainly be improved through diet and exercise, but it also has it’s limitations. Our self concept, or self talk, is JUST as important as doing physical effort in order to get the desired response. For years, I would meet people in the gym who would have such a terrible sense of worth. They would love themselves or find value in themselves ONLY when the scale hit an acceptable number, or a specific dress size. This negative emotional feeling would in one way be a motivating factor, but on the other side it would also be a disaster. When we try to achieve something positive while maintaining a negative belief system, the result is usually negative. When we don’t fully accept ourselves we are dropping our frequency to incredible lows. Our body translates that negativity as an instruction to drop our metabolism thereby counteracting the effects of the diet and exercise. If we are to make any lasting positive changes, it has to come from fully loving and accepting ourselves first. If you have ever seen Arnold Schwarzenegger’s movie Pumping Iron, he used his positive belief in himself to empower his development.
Raise Your Frequency
The outer world reflects our inner reality. Love and accept every part of yourself. Then and only then can you make positive changes.
Outside of diet, exercise, and positive belief, we can improve our resonance in many ways. One way is to release old feelings that do not resonate as being true today. This is part of the process of my therapy called Spiritual Counselling. I help people examine ideas and experiences that don’t contain any positive meaning. In some cases I can help people find positive meaning in negative experiences. Read my blog Beauty Of The Broken Heart to see an example of this. The other suggestion I have is Reiki. As a Reiki practitioner, I can bring the body directly into a state of flow and balance. Certain stresses can be addressed through talk while others are best released in a more direct way. I have found both to be useful in reducing stress.
To raise our frequency is to become more disciplined with our thoughts or feelings. We might run for hours and accomplish something fantastic, but then wallow in the idea of worthlessness due to self talk we have subconsciously learned from others. Within the core of our being is the spark of the divine. That spark is our connection to the source. To focus on that power and enhance our relationship with the divine through love and gratitude is to raise our frequency dramatically. One of my favorite ways to connect to that divine connection is to get in-touch with our inner child. The Inner Child is full of wonder and excitement. It is as if the child in us shines with a divine light.
So in conclusion, let go of old ideas you carry about yourself. Challenge your old belief systems that sabotage your happiness. And, if you can find your Inner Child, shine your Light. This is how you increase your resonance.
Destiny is a Funny Thing
Destiny is a Funny Thing. For those who have taken a moment to read my biography on this website (https://orionmott.com/meet-me), you’ll note that my childhood was far from ordinary. Various mentors, healers, spiritual guides, and shamans predicted that my life would be marked by a destiny as a prominent healer. Destiny, however, has a peculiar nature. While the concept of predestination can be intriguing, it often carries an undertone of restriction. Despite the prophecies, I held my belief in personal freedom steadfast, finding the idea of predestination somewhat stifling.
As I ventured into my twenties, I endeavored to fit in with societal norms – a decision I’d later regard as a mistake. During this period, I pursued studies in Kinesiology, Psychology, and Philosophy at university, followed sports, and worked as a personal trainer at a reputable fitness center in Toronto. In retrospect, it was a pursuit of a so-called “normal” life, aimed at satisfying my ego. For the majority of my early years, my ego reigned supreme, asserting its dominance. There was a sense of control over my life, a sense that was fleeting and illusory. The precipice of change was approaching, and I remained oblivious until it was too late.
Upon entering my thirties, a wave of irritability and dissatisfaction swept over me. Everything I once desired was now under scrutiny. I began to perceive myself as a target, with the feeling the attacks through the actions and behaviors of others. These negative experiences, which I unwittingly attracted, were a consequence of my resistance to embrace my extraordinary potential. Instead, I exerted tremendous energy to blend in with the ordinary. Looking back, the hardships I encountered served as alarm bells, warning me that I had strayed from my authentic self.
Gradually, the realization dawned on me that I was failing to lead the life I was intended to live. Despite having attained numerous goals, I couldn’t shake off the feeling that my life held more than what I was currently experiencing. I delved into BodyTalk and other healing methods to expand my horizons, although I viewed them as mere curiosities at the time. My exploration of the energy world resulted in a dichotomy within my circle of acquaintances. I experienced encouragement and support from some, while others, fearful of the unknown, expressed disapproval. I began to tread a dual path, selectively sharing my spiritual experiences while keeping others in the dark about these metaphysical concepts.
On the dawn of my fortieth birthday, I made a pivotal decision to live a heart-led life, trusting in the unfolding process and embracing my true self. It wasn’t long before I successfully bridged the gap between the person I was destined to be and the one I had been willing to accept. For years, I had been silently healing individuals, but it was at this juncture that I emerged from the spiritual shadows.
My life erupted in a multitude of directions. I evolved into a medical intuitive, a reiki master, a BodyTalk practitioner, a Bio-mechanical specialist, and a brain healer specializing in concussions, ADHD, and personality disorders. Soon after, I directed my skills towards heart clearing and emotional/spiritual counseling.
The trajectory of my life has been a fascinating journey – I began as a healer, distanced myself from it, only to rediscover it later in life. Indeed, destiny has a unique way of unfolding itself.”