The Beauty Of The Broken Heart

There can be great beauty in a broken heart. Sometimes life can change in an instant. One day we are deeply in love, and the next day we are crushed with loneliness, sadness, and anger. When the heart breaks, it is important not to try and fix it or deny it. Just sit with it for a time and feel your heart. Send your heart love.

I believe that our lives are organized like a pocket watch with many gears. Some relationships are like fast moving gears, while others creep along like a sunrise. We must trust the bigger picture of our lives. What did we learn from ourselves in our interaction? What inspired us about that person? I believe that we get to see a different side to ourselves through the eyes of different people. The secret is not to lose what we have found in ourselves. This is the true gold that can never be taken away.

As time passes, we can connect to the different parts of our psyche without the need of a certain person to catalyze this process. Keep that broken heart open. We have a doorway to our true self that we sometimes hide from our own awareness. Other people can be just a symbol of what we most needed to find within ourselves. Like a miner digging for gold. The dirt should not be the focus of our labor, but rather the specks of gold.

Refine your experiences down to the core of what you needed most to find. Maybe it is about gaining personal power, or the ability to allow yourself to let go and get swept away.

To detach from a person, it important to resolve the anger and this can be done in many ways. A personal favorite of mine is the ancient Hawaiian practice of Hoʻoponopono. Hold the feeling of space between you and the person you need to release. You repeat over and over:

“I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank-you, I love you.”

It doesn’t matter if you feel the person deserves forgiveness or not. This is not just the releasing of the emotional tethers that hold people to you, this is also about self-forgiveness. We say this to ourselves to help our own healing process as well as on behalf of another person.  Contact me for Spiritual Mentorship if you would like some help in this process.

Find the closure with others who we need to release.

Keep your heart open. Never shut it down. Not for that person, or the next one.

Concussions And Neuroplasticity

Let us talk about brains and concussions.  There are many ways western medicine doctors have learned about diagnosing concussions, but there has not been a standard treatment for it.  I have discovered that energy medicine such as Reiki has a profound effect on the white matter of the brain.  In physical brain trauma, the white matter of the brain becomes jarred, and this causes the neurological signal malfunction in the brain.  As a Reiki practitioner, I feel these areas as “cold” spots around the head.  My treatment is called Concussion Therapy.  This therapy is a combination of a few different energy techniques.

When I meet with a new client, I am often asked how I can heal a brain using energy work.  I truly don’t consider the brain to be the ruler of healing in the body.  I can hear the shouts of from the peanut gallery ridiculing my blasphemous remark.

I will clarify….

The heart and the innate electromagnetic energy field that I call the “Innate” is actually in charge of the healing process.  Shifts in the heart affect the electromagnetic field in and around the body-thus shifting the brain.  I call my technique of shifting the heart: “Heart Clearing.”  By accessing the powers of the heart, I am able to reset the brain sort of like resetting a computer.  The heart has more power over the health of the brain than the brain has power over the heart.  This is just one of my techniques.

To open the heart up (to be useful for healing purposes), a person must clear out the feelings that no longer serve them.  As I see it, you must give up your pain to open up your healing.  Newtonian physics state that for every action, there is an equal or opposite reaction.  To release darkness, you are more able to hold the Light.

The brain seems to become more malleable when the heart is opened in a quantum state of release.  In layman’s terms, when the heart is shining, the Light can be reinvested into other areas.

The Pineal gland, in the anatomic center of the brain, is the most quantum area of the head.  By activating this area, the various surrounding cortices readjust to the powerful frequencies projected from this nodal point.

The harmony of the heart and the head, can create a profound healing experience.