tuesday's healing words new beginnings

Definitions: NEW (adjective) not existing before; made, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time. BEGINNING (noun) the point in time or space at which something starts.tuesday's healing words new beginnings

Many of us look at New Year’s Eve to make resolutions for the coming year.  However, every minute, hour, and day, we have NEW BEGINNING opportunities.
tuesday's healing words new beginnings
“The chief beauty about time
is that you cannot waste it in advance.
The next year, the next day, the next hour are lying ready for you,
as perfect, as unspoiled,
as if you had never wasted or misapplied
a single moment in all your life.
You can turn over a new leaf every hour
if you choose.” 
― Arnold Bennett, 1867-1931
tuesday's healing words new beginings
Today I embrace my NEW BEGINNINGS.
I am responsible for all of my experiences.
I welcome change.  Change is full of opportunities for me.
THIS IS WISHING EVERYONE MANY NEW BEGINNINGS FOR 2014.
Warmly, Velda.

 

big toes give new pain relieve

Did you ever think that the pain in your neck could be relieved by massaging the neck reflex point on your big toes?  Author Sky Alexander’s Reflexology Card Deck shows the following neck treatment for stiff neck, neck pain, tension, or tightness in the throat:

big toes give neck pain reliefLocation: Inside base of big toe, near where it joins the foot in the bend and next to the second toe.  This reflex point corresponds to the neck and throat.

Treatment: 1. Gently pull and manipulate one of your big toes.  Bend several times slowly.

2. Massage the lower joint with your thumb.  At the base of the big toe, walk your thumb across the bend and then continue walking the thumb slowly up the outside of the toe using a firm pressure.

3. Press your index finger or knuckle against the reflex neck point spot (x shows location in photo) for about thirty seconds.

4. Repeat the process on the other foot.

To enhance results you can use a massage oil or lotion that contains essential oils of lavender or clary sage which will help reduce tension.

 

 

Spirit Animal Guide-Bear

December 28th, 2013 | Posted by Velda in ANIMAL SPIRIT GUIDES

Spirit Animal Guide Grizzly BearThe Bear is a profound Native American symbol of majesty, freedom and power. The spiritual conections made with the bear makes it a brother to the First People.  As a brother, the bear imparts this advice to both our ancestors and us today:

1. Because the bear is cautious, it encourages discernment to humankind.

2. Because of a fierce spirit, the bear signals bravery to those who require it.

3. Because of its mass and physical power, the bear stands for confidence and victory.

4. Because it prefers peace and tranquility (in spite of its size), Bear calls for harmony and balance.

Call on Bear when:

1. There is need for physical or emotional healing.

2. You need power and strength or emotional protection.

3. You want courage to pursue goals or when a situation requires you to be assertive in order maintain dignity.

Spirit Animal Guide BearSPIRIT BEAR AFFIRMATIONS:

I am fearless.

I am confident.

I seek harmony & balance.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Letting Go: Acupoint Lung 1

ACUPOINTS LUNG 1 (LETTING GO):

Lu 1 acupoints, are helpful when wanting to letting go of grief and emotions that are causing pain.

Lu 1 helps with fatigue, irritability and confusion. It is also effective for relieving discomforts related to the lungs: breathing, asthma and coughing.

Location: On your front body, three fingers’ width below your collarbone, next to the top of your upper arm bone. These acupoints can be tender and will require gentle pressure when beginning this exercise.letting go: acupoint lung 1

 Start:  Use your fingertips to press the Letting Go acupoints (Lu 1) at the same time. You can also rub or massage the points with a circular motion. Inhale slowly and deeply as you gradually release your finger pressure, bring your arms outward, lift your chest, and tilt your head back. Hold your breath for a few seconds to assimilate the oxygen.  Exhale as your head comes downward and your fingertips return to the Lung 1 acupressure points.  Repeat this exercise four or five more times.

letting go: acupoint Lung 1

Holding these acupoints

while you breathe deeply

can release tears and

thus free your spirit.

holiday season neutral mind meditation

This is a wonderful and easy meditation “Access The Neutral Mind This Holiday Season”  which can be viewed online by Tommy Rosen. Mr. Rosen leads yoga workshops around the globe.  This meditation requires chanting internally (chanting inside our head not audibly).The syllables we will be chanting are Wah-Hay-Goo-Roo. The word Waheguru is an expression that means “there is ecstasy in moving from darkness to light.” Chanting these syllables inside your head will have a calming effect and helps stop the mind chatter.

holiday season neutral mind meditationBegin by sitting up tall with your spine straight and a sense of relaxation through your body. Place your hands in your lap; right hand sits in the palm of your left hand. Close your eyes and focus them up to your brow point. Inhale deeply, pause your breath for a few seconds and then exhale.

Start repeating  Wah-Hay-Goo-Roo  inside your head. Focus your eyes at the point on your forehead slightly above and between the two eyebrows. Remember where the eyes go, the energy flows.

You can set a timer for three minutes and gradually increase the meditation to 11 minutes. To end the meditation, take a deep inhale, pause for a few seconds and exhale. Stay still for a moment feeling the subtle shift this has caused in your body and mind.

Start this meditation today for a deeper sense of presence, calmness, peace and love this holiday season.

 

 

 

 

tuesday's healing word commitment

Commitment: the state of being bound emotionally or intellectually to a course of action, or to a person(s), or a pledge to do for others or self.

Unless commitment is made,

there are only promises and hopes,

but no plans.

~ Peter F. D. Rucker

tuesday's healing word commitment

Keeping our commitments strengthens our inner integrity.  It deepens our capacity to carry responsibility with grace.

tuesday's healing word commitment

Opening Your Third Eye Exercise

December 15th, 2013 | Posted by Velda in CHAKRAS

Opening Third Eye Exercise

I was thrilled when I discovered the following simple exercise found in Be Your Own Shaman by Deborah King for opening the third eye:

Opening Third Eye Exercise1.  Find a quiet place to relax comfortably in a chair and clear mind.

2. With the intention of opening your third eye, place your middle finger at the bridge of your nose and push up while breathing deeply.

3.  Imagine you are opening the eyelid that is located exactly between your eyebrows.  In your mind’s eye, see this chakra opening.

4.  Do this for about 60 seconds.  The goal of the exercise is not to gain information, but to practice opening the third eye chakra. As you develop this skill, you will begin to have experiences beyond the five normal senses.

5.  The key to increasing your abilities is to relax and let information come to you.  Don’t hesitate to use your imagination to picture what you hope to see while learning.

Opening Third Eye Exercise

Exercise – Be A Tree

December 13th, 2013 | Posted by Velda in ENERGY HEALING

Eercise - Be A Tree

Whenever you feel physically stiff, groggy, ungrounded or emotionally stuck, I recommend practicing the following exercise found in Shortcuts to Inner Peace  by Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW:

 

exercise be a tree

                  EXERCISE – BE A TREE

1. Stand up and reach your arms overhead, stretching as if trying to touch the sky. 

2. Close your eyes and imagine being a tree.

3. Visualize your body as a strong trunk, your arms as branches, and your fingers as leaves.

4. Imagine roots extending through your feet into the earth.

5.  Let yourself sway in the wind.

6.  Lower your arms then pull up energy from your roots as you bring arms up overhead again.

7. Breathe in deeply and exhale slowly.  Feel yourself grounded, rooted, and connected to the majesty of trees.

exercise be a tree

 

PURPOSE OF EXERCISE:

“Paying attention to the details of our bodies and slowly exhaling calms our stress response to the world around us. When we stretch and breathe deeply, we are energized. We extend our limbs to connect to a classic natural symbol of strength and, and we pull energy up from our roots.  We can embody the energy of life that is the tree.”

~Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW

 

Chrysocolla-Teaching Stone & More

December 11th, 2013 | Posted by Velda in COLORS | GEMSTONES

Chrysocolla teaching stone & more

Chrysocolla is a teaching stone, that helps you communicate the right words when needed. It is a stone of peace, increased wisdom, and discretion. It promotes level headedness, encouraging clarity of thought and a neutral, cool attitude during turbulence. It can be used to decrease nervousness and irritability. It is empowering of the feminine energies and is associated with the solar plexus, heart, and brow chakras. It calms, cleanses, and re-energizes these Chakras.

Chrysocolla teaching stone & moreThe mix of greens and blues acts on the heart and throat chakras, reaching up to the deeper blue of the brow chakra and the related minor chakra at the base of the skull ( the medulla oblongata). This energy point clears blockages in the emotions and belief systems.

EXERCISE: Place a piece of Chrysocolla at the heart, throat, base of skull, or in the center of the forehead to create a rearrangement of energies that results in a clearer view of emotional issues.  Start by focusing on a problem or situation you wish to understand better.  Then relax and let the stone help bring resolutions to your conscious mind.(This exercise is explained in Healing with Crystals and Chakra Energies by Sue & Simon Lilly).

 

 

 

Abundance (n): a great or plentiful amount; fullness to overflowing.

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