Tuesday's Healing Word Action

DEFINITION OF ACTION:  The fact or process of doing something, typically to achieve an aim or an act of will.

How can you make ACTION a healing word for you?

Tuesday's Healing Word - Action

Do you want to know who you are?  Don’t ask.  Act!

Action will delineate and define you.

  ~Thomas Jefferson

Tuesday's Healing Word - Action

 When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached,

don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.


Tuesday's Healing Word - Action

In order to carry a positive action,

we must develop here a positive vision.

~Dalai Lama

Tuesday's Healing Word-Action





















Who is Reponsible for Me?

September 27th, 2014 | Posted by Velda in ENERGY HEALING | SOUND,CHANTS,MANTRAS

Who is Responsible for Me?

Today I want to share Barbara Hoberman Levine’s, Self-Help Experience #36 - Who’s Responsible for Me?  This exercise is found in her book, Your Body Believes Every Word You Say.  I recommend you use these instructions as mantras.

Purpose:  To accept personal responsibility for your life without condemning or judging yourself.

Instructions:  Remind yourself daily until these ideas become second nature.

  • I am responsible for my life.
  • I choose what to think and feel.
  • Responsibility does not imply blame, shame, or a negative evaluation of myself.
  • Responsibility is my acceptance (without judgment) of the control I do have over my life.
  • If not me, who?
  • If not now, when?

 Who Is Responsible for Me?

Sacral Chakra Belly Breath Exercise

September 23rd, 2014 | Posted by Velda in CHAKRAS

Sacral Chakra Belly Breath Exercise

Here are the benefits of this exercise:

  • Enhances awareness of the flow of energies within and surrounding the body
  • Releases tension and anxiety
  • Promotes calmness and serenity

Sacral Chakra Belly Breath ExerciseDirections:

Lie on your back (see above illustration or sit as shown).  Close your eyes.  Place your hands so that palms rest lightly on your belly, a few inches below the navel.

Breathe in slowly.  Feel your belly expand and round.  Exhale slowly and feel your belly begin to flatten.

Focus on your Sacral Chakra and visualize its bright orange-red energy flowing from this center, warming your body, mind, and spirit.

Make your inhalations and exhalations long, slow, and deep as you focus on your second chakra.  Continue for one to three minutes.  Keeping the following thought in your mind “I am alive and joyful.”

 Black Panther Animal Spirit Guide

The Panther is a very ancient and powerful spirit guide. Its power includes astral travel, guardian energy, symbol of the feminine, death and rebirth, understanding of death, and reclaiming one’s Power.

When the panther animal totem comes to us (whether it be in the form of images or real sightings) we must begin paying attention to the strength of our inner being – our internal fortitude, and the condition of our spiritual strength and valor.

Black Panther Spirit AnimalPanthers also beckon us to consider our darker side—analyze this side of ourselves and determine its motivation.  The Black Panther animal totem asks you these questions:

What is your Shadow Self attempting to tell you?

Are your passions assisting or hindering you at this time?

Are you still on the accurate spiritual path for yourself?

Are you choosing to suppress latent desires?

Are you choosing to put others requirements before your own to the point of self-disregard?

Are you choosing to be mindful of your movements, both physical and sensational?

Are you choosing to be defensive? Who or what are you protecting and why?

Black Panther Animal Spirit Guide

Agate Family’s Healing Qualities

September 18th, 2014 | Posted by Velda in GEMSTONES


Agate Family's Healing Qualities

Agates are translucent to semi-transparent stones that are  excellent for rebalancing and harmonizing body, mind and spirit.  Agates most noticeable properties  overall are balancing yin/yang energy, courage, protection, healing, and calming.    Because it is a grounding stone, it does not increase energy at all times, but rather enables bursts of energy as needed. They cleanse and stabilise the aura, eliminating and transforming negativity.

They enhance creativity and strengthen the intellect, making them a beneficial stone for both students and artists.  Agates promote inner stability, composure, and maturity.  Its warm, protective properties encourage security and self-confidence.  This is  a great crystal to use during pregnancy and helps new mothers avoid the “baby blues” sometimes experienced after giving birth.

GO for an AGATE in its natural or tumbled form to truly enjoy powerful and nurturing ENERGY.

 Tuesday's Healing Word Contentment

 Contentment is an awareness of sufficiency, a sense that we have enough and we are enough.  It is appreciating the simple gifts of life – friendship, books, a good laugh, a moment of beauty, a cool drink on a hot day, and a hot drink on a cold day.

Tuesday's Healing Word Contentment

Being contented, we are free from the pull of greed and longing.  We trust that life provides what we need when we need it.

Tuesday's Healing Word Contentment

Being Contented doesn’t obstruct our dreams.  It is a place view the future with a peaceful heart and gratitude for all that is and all that is to come.

Tuesday's Healing Word Contentment

Polynesian Goddess Hina

September 13th, 2014 | Posted by Velda in GODDESS WISDOM

Polynesian Goddess - Hina

Polynesion Goddess HinaSerge Kahili King, Ph.D. shares in his article titled, Hawaiian Goddesses, the following: ”Hina seems to be the oldest goddess, for she is known all over the Pacific as Hina, Sina, or ‘Ina.  In many stories she is closely associated with the moon, the ocean, and female activities like tapa making, as well as healing. She has many, many different aspects and epithets covering a wide range of human activities. In the oldest stories she is variously the wife, sister, mother, or grandmother of Maui, and she has also been incorporated into newer religions as the wife of Kane or Ku…”

Tahitian Goddess, Hina,  is known as the Lady in the Moon who shines on us with her changing faces. As the dark moon, she presides over death. As the waxing moon, she is the creator who made people from clay and the moon her home. As the full moon, she embodies a mature woman’s warrior spirit. As the waning moon, She is the aging crone full of wisdom and insight.

During the next full moon, step outside, look up at the moon, and spend some intimate time with The Wise  Hina.  SEE WHAT HAPPENS!

Acceptance Mudra

September 12th, 2014 | Posted by Velda in ENERGY HEALING | MEDITATIONS & MUDRAS

Acceptance Mudra

To Use Acceptance Mudra:  Keep the Acceptance Mudra position for at least a couple of minutes. It is usually more effective to  hold a while longer, like 15 minutes or so. You might spread that time over the day, but you could also make it part of meditation.  Use the finger-positions with both hands, at the same time. This will have a more powerful effect than doing the mudra with just one hand.

Hand Position:  The index finger is folded into the space between thumb and this finger, so that the nail touches the fold. The outer lower corner of the thumb’s nail touches the inner lower corner of the pinky finger’s nail.

 Emotional /Spiritual Use:  To overcome sadness or an unnecessary resistance to situations.   This mudra can help you to get into a mood of acceptance.

Reminder:  Hold the finger positions with both hands, for at least a couple of minutes.

Acceptance Mudra


Pain Relieve - Neck, Back & More

Find acupressure point SI 3 on the outer edge of BOTH hands just behind the knuckles of the little fingers.  Follow acupressure directions below for pain relief to the neck, back, wrists, and fingers.

Pain Relieve-Neck, Back & MoreLocation:  In the depression underneath the knuckle of the little finger and in line with the crease when a loose fist is made.

Technique: Curl the fingers of one hand over the fingers of the opposite hand for support.  locate the point using the nail of the index finger and apply acupressure angled inwards underneath the bone.  Apply steady, stationary pressure to SI 3 acupoint for 1-2 minutes.

It is important to repeat technique on your other hand.

Benefits:  Reduces general aching in the body and relieves stiffness and pain in the neck, back, wrist, and fingers.

Tuesday's Healing Word Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm is being filled with spirit.  When we live with enthusiasm, we are excited about life and are open to the wonders each day holds.Tuesday's Healing Word - Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm helps us to imagine what is possible.  We do things wholeheartedly, with zeal and eagerness, holding nothing back.  We are cheerful and optimistic about what is to come.

Tuesday's Healing Word - Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm helps us to imagine what is possible.  We follow our dreams with true joy.

Tuesday's Healing Word Enthusiasm