How Miserable Are You Content To Be?

  • 1.  What bad feelings do to our energy.
  • 2.  Releasing old stuck remnant emotions, for a better life, or ‘cashing it in’ for joy!
  • 3.  Tips on what life is all about.

How miserable are you content to be?  That’s what I want to know!

Cashing every bit in, allows you to contain that much more light.  releasing every bit of it from your energy allows you to be wiser fresher and renewed BECAUSE YOU WERE miserable.

‘Cashing it in’ for joy, is what you are enabled to do as a Human, when you have the energetic know how! 

All the misery you contain is of benefit to you exchanged, be it a little misery or so much that you cannot think of anything else.

In my case I could barely move I had so much in my energy, and did not want to be alive another second, so I didn’t have a choice but to learn how to clear it from me!

You see, we feel for a reason.  We come to earth to feel actually…that and many other reasons, but it’s a biggie.;)

We are here to live our lives, attaining the wisdom a full life can supply us with.

The AIM of life is to live.  

The POINT is the attainment of wisdom to further our development.

After we get to about 25 yrs, after we ‘get through’ our situation of manifestation, life becomes careful conscious decision-making.    

Life is calculated risk.  We alone make our decisions that form our actions.  We alone choice our words that create our reality.  And we alone monitor how much light we contain.

The amount of light we contain can be increased immediately upon ‘cashing in’ misery/pain/anguish/stuck energies.  Where this energy was, upon release, is replaced with joy – or white light frequencies.

The effects are a raising of your vibration.  The releasing of this stuck ‘bad’ energy (the pain/misery/fear/whatever undealt with emotion) is a lifting of the weight you may feel on your shoulders.   You will get a sudden ability to think of other things.  You may suddenly find your consciousness goes to things not thought of in ages as you have made space.  Suddenly other activities become attracted to your altered vibration.  WE ARE ENERGY, and as like attracts like, you may find you are quite changed with the choices you find yourself making.

There is no end to the amount of misery you can release.  There is no beginning set in stone with how much you need to accumulate before you release it.  WE are meant to be releasing it, not holding it around us like it is our favourite coat.;)

We are actually meant to – and quite able to, regardless of what we have been through – be living as if we have just arrived on the planet, in our adult form!  

Only you can decide when you want to learn tactics to remove it, to ‘cash it in’ to experience more of what life can offer you.

I plan to hold mass/group energy release celebrations, at gatherings I share information in the future.  Our sound is a very personal thing, as are our emotions.  However, it is also very natural to feel comfortable, and to do things differently when we feel part of a ceremony or ritual, or as part of a tradition as the Humans that we are.

In such a situation a group energy is formed, that we ourselves contribute to, and that alters our own.

I plan to hold such healings, where we can join together, single sex and mixed, for the purpose of releasing unwanted energies; of the glory of welcoming the replacement frequencies; 0f the glory of a tribal feel – a Human feel – to our celebratory healing!

When we are together like this, our sound merges, as does our emotional state.  Noo one can feel insecure or embarrassed or self conscious, as arguably we will not know where one of us begins….one of us ends…or the start of someone else!

I consider it a perfect way for us to bring about this change in ourselves as humans, just as we humans did in the past.

WE are still humans, or course, with human needs, and human energy, and we need to do energy clearing, just as much as we need to eat and excrete!

I hope to see, hear and feel you there!

I will also post some writings here with tips to release energies.  : )

So Feelings Are Energy?

Life is easiest when seen as a giving, receiving and sharing of energy.

If we live where lies are told to us, and given no life guidance in which we can trust, it is in such conditions, that we are able to develop means – from our own creativity – to learn of, and satisfy our own real needs. 

It is easier, to learn of real human needs this way, from human wants and human desires.

This was my situation.  I learned that the only ‘control’ or ‘constant’ that I could trust, was to rely upon my own feelings for safety and for guidance, as I went about each day.  It was an easy realization for me to make, as simple as a) did it work for me and help me thrive?  Or b) did it harm me further?

What were these things known as ‘feelings’, I wondered as a small child.  

It is true that feelings are energy, that emotion is e-motion or energy in motion.

They were not considered important at all in Britain as the time.  To “grin and bear something” were instructions from my mother, as though feelings were a trivial, non consequential aspect of us.

Quite the contrary is true, however, and they are information – or communication – for us, specifically to notice, read, learn or make decisions from.  Ignoring feelings will result in us becoming unwell.

I like to repeat for readers the decision made in Victorian times, for economic growth, that “nothing exists unless there was a tool by which it could be measured”, as a reason for why feelings could so easily be ignored. 

What was unseen in Victorian times, was to remain unseen for a very long time. It is only relatively recently that such tools that can observe subtle or inner energies and auras have been developed.

It turns out that we reside inside our emotional body.   Our emotional body is part of our aura.  Our aura is the complete totality of us; where our unseen energy reaches to;  the energy our physical body is contained within.   

‘Feelings’ of the e-motion kind are not the same as messages given by nerve receptors to a specific point in the body, such as provided by neuron pathways.  It is just a vocabulary inefficiency that makes this a little unclear for us, to use the word ‘feeling’ rather than ‘sensing from a receptor’. I find I refer to these as ‘sensations’.

Feeling love, receiving love, and giving love.  That really is the mark of our achievements.  How well do we do those?  Which one do we do less well?  Use that as a guide to know what more to work on, to bring more joy to you.  To be here in the 3rd dimension – the physical – in the love/vibrational state of our source…that really what it is all about.   

Bringing a state of heaven to earth is written and spoken of in churches and gospels, but the above statement is what it really means.  The first time I came across the word ‘joy’ even was in a church song ( I loved to sing in them at our Christmas visits)   I had no idea what joy meant, I thought it was just a church word.;)

It is our responsibility to bring joy to the earth – it is not going to happen while we sit around and wait for it.   And those of us who have suffered the most, can contain the most joy.  How perfect that is.

I wondered why I felt so terrible when I was in close proximity to my own mother.  I became nauseous suddenly a few times, just from passing her in the hallway.  I became more interested in what I had heard referred to as ‘bad vibes’ and wondered what the cause of them could be.

The family home also had an energy or feeling to it that I could not relax in.  I could relate to the wording that I ‘could cut the energy with a knife” that was around my mother, and that filled most of the house. 

Ride the waves, feel happiness and delight or ecstasy, from whatever natural source, then expect any grief and anger feelings that may arise, as they leave you.  Welcome them, and welcome them leaving you.  It is simply the Law Of Energetics at work,  it is the efficiency or our design, bringing healing to us without conscious effort! : )

It is how we feel that matters, not so much what is actually happening.  Keeping myself in as joyful and relaxed state of being as I could, absolutely ensured my body heal well, after receiving many injuries in a car accident.  My cells were being newly formed, and I wanted them to be as well as possible, so I gave them as pleasant an enviroment to be formed in, myself!   Music is fantastic for this, as it can maintain our emotional state

Human health will continue to detereorate on a global scale without official recognition of the significance of our emotional wellbeing – the way we feel – to our physical framework, and the world we create around us.

Choose something today to do for yourself, our of loving kindness.  No other reason is required. : )

What happens when we cry? / What’s crying about?

  • why humans cry
  • how it occurs
  • how I know

My father left me in the ‘crying room’ of a British childcare facility, saying to me in a voice with a strong Hungarian accent, and a gentle tone “do not cry my darling girl or I will cry”.

I was left on a low wooden frame bed, maybe half a foot from the floor, that just had hessian stretched over it.   They were lined up in rows, and the window had more hessian cloth over it to keep the room dark.  There was nothing else in it.

There was nothing else to do except to lie on the bed and cry.  The door was ajar and you were only able to leave if you would not cry.  If you ‘wanted’ to cry you had to return to the room.  I can recall feeling good about myself when I hadn’t needed to return to it for a while.

Some of us were very small.  So small, that we had to also wash and dry our knees from crawling, in addition to our hands, before we got a meal.  I can recall my parents arguing over my placement there, and it ending with my mother’s instruction to my father in a harsh, ordering, conclusive tone, “she will get used to it. ”

The purpose of our tears are to cool the face, keep our internal temperature down, diffuse our energy and to protect precious organs from overheating/over stressing.   Internal energy rises in us, in order to leave us via expression from our mouths.  Our chi/ki/prana/subtle or inner energy carries with it, the frequencies of our distressful feeling.

When energy is strong enough/’loaded’/ ‘heated’/’emotive’,  as to rise quickly or forcefully into our head, our body’s reaction is to protect our precious head extremity from over heating, or becoming over laden with energy.

Our head contains our vulnerable eyes and brain, and our design assists in preventing rising temperatures, and in neutralising the effect of energy building up, so the energy is released in the form of sound frequencies that can accompany the tears in the form of ‘sobbing’.

How perfect that our energy at its most intense, needs to pass through a fixture that has available to it, fluid to keep the eyes clean.  This fluid – contained in ‘tear ducts’, are our eyes’ first defence against foreign particles that may come into contact with the outer eye.  We naturally weep and the foreign particle is carried out from obstructing our view, to a corner of our eye for easier removal, if not flushed from the eye completely.

These tear-ducts serve a dual purpose and are activated when we need to release energy at the intensity that may be problematic for any of the rest of our being/body/self.   Our breathing can get heaved, we can get discomfort in our diaphragm, we can get aching  jaws or a headache from a frowned forehead. It is important that we have a way or protect our eyes and by crying we also assist energetic release from us, to cool down what we exacerbate from our moving energy.

The sound that we release when we cry, is in itself, is a vital release of energy that we no longer need, or want to contain, within our being. Screaming and laughing are included in this and I go into these in another writing.  The heaving, or spasming that happens over our rib-cage, enables stuck grief from past hurts to dislodge and to join the rest of the grief energy as it is released form you.

My experiences with crying continued as I was encouraged by my mother to do more of it.  “Go to your room and have a good cry about it”  she would say with a disturbing smile.   Or “go and have a good blubber about it”,  blubber being a derogatory English word referring to crying that I had heard my grandfather use before her.

I grew to enjoy my crying time – well, it’s all relative isn’t it;)- or at least the way I felt when I did it.  It was the only time I felt creatively free to express myself completely.  There was no one standing over me ordering me how to do it, what position to be in, or how to sound.  There was no one berating me for not being able to it “right” or “normally”, or “as was ordered”.   This was extremely refreshing for me.

It was the time I felt the most relaxed in the family home.  I was usually left undisturbed, so felt safer then, and what had happened to cause my crying usually meant I was going to be unhurt for while.  It was now up to me to make myself feel better.  And, this is precisely what crying enables us.  It also allows us to shape our emotional body, which in turn affects our receptivity, and our reaction to, our surroundings.

Some countries have always accepted emotional expression as a natural part of being us.  Wailing or loud grief sounds are expected in some cultures and language groups, to mourn a passing of  a loved one for example.

It has been traditionally a very English habit to keep “stiff upper lip” or not to express what we are naturally feeling.  Non recognition of our feelings is an enormous contributing cause of our global health crisis, and the English speaking population was notoriously very unhealthy historically.

It became very ‘proper’ in the English speaking world at one time, to not resemble anything natural, and to ‘behave in appropriate particular predetermined ways’ rather than to react naturally to something.   This was refered to as ‘good manners’ and ‘to show good breeding’, also ‘gentleman’ and ‘lady’ behaviour.

Being polite and courteous is one thing, and these are a natural part of showing respect, that is a quintessentially human need, but to contort natural behaviours so that they are set or rehearsed, and disconnected from any present stimuli, is ridiculous to say the least!

As I became skilled at crying, screaming it out, allowing as much frustration and pain to leave in every heave, in time, even my crying was taken from me, with a mean toned order to “stop your crying….the neighbours will hear you.”

Not being allowed to cry, then led to ‘depression’ or a feeling of complete disconnected numbness, as I literally became smothered or had all my vitality suffocated, by my own unexpressed ‘suffering’ energy.  Crying is a natural and healthy human reaction to stimuli, and we have no reason to feel uncomfortable if we understand it’s benefits and purpose.

I had discovered that sometimes sounds would just want to come out without tears when I was crying, sounds that I was not consciously shaping or ‘making’, but were just coming out of me.  Sounds that I did not even know was possible to make.

I was not allowed to make these either after a while and would receive a “Stop that noise, what’s wrong with you now child?  But I had experienced them, as a completely natural, spontaneous event.

I gave a sound healing demonstration at the Woodford Folk Festival, Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Australia, and in Inspiral Lounge, Camden Town, London, and for each of these times I went into detail specifically how my experiences of crying, had led to my knowledge of sound release.   And particularly of the benefits of allowing whatever sounds to leave us, that need to at the time, without any judgement of ours imposed upon them or our release process.

When we cry, we do not usually monitor ourselves critically like we may do when we sing or speak – so it really can be the only time we allow unconscious control of sound to emerge from us.  I doubt there has been a time when you have gone “Oh…that wasn’t a very good sounding cry!”   We tend to ‘let go’ and to allow whatever sound, that wants to come out of us, to come.  This is also precisely the sound that needs to leave us to bring about the most healing!

If only we would ‘let go’ more, in all aspects of life!

Stimuli, response.  Stimuli, response.  Stimuli, response.

Trust that your being gives you the response that you require for energetic maintenance. 

We, as human beings, are a naturally occurring organism, with natural needs.

Stimuli, cry.  Stimuli, laugh.  Stimuli, make love.  Stimuli, response. : )

I saw a sign that said ‘Life Is “Good”‘. It made me sad.

  • How are language use and our vocabulary can restrict our life experience.

Life can only be “good” at the very best with his sign.

I saw it printed in large letters hanging from the ceiling in a shop that sold well-being cards and household things in San Diego, but I felt sad when I saw it.  The saying “life is what you make it” is very true.

How we receive anything is completely our own.  Let me explain.  Have you ever said anything to somebody, who reacted to what you said in a completely unexpected way?   Perhaps they took immediate offense to what you said, when you meant no harm at all, or were even making a light hearted comment for a bit of fun?

When we have unresolved issues/past hurts that we still carry around as us in our energy, any event or stimuli, passes through our accumulation of experiences/data stored, that we have not cleared.

Think of  a computer, when we haven’t deleted things, or put them onto a separate hard drive.  The computer needs to put energy into starting it whole self up, so it can have ready every little bit we might need.  It will take longer to get ready to start, and there will be an obvious drain on the power as superfluous, unneeded or irrelevant files, slow and hinder the process.

All aspects of ourselves, also require energy in order we can receive anything.  It is our fixed design, so we can use our life wisdom, that has us check everything to keep us protected.  It is largely a subconscious scanning process that goes on, as all familiarities and associations contained within, are activated.

When we carry around our problems instead of regularly clearing them, the issue of past hurt is just as ready as our own eyes, to take in the information.

We do not and we cannot take it in, without it passing through all of the ‘files behind our eyes’.

My mother taught me this from the earliest years.  She would look at something- anything- and immediately respond with something critical and negative.  She did not see beauty in what she saw.  She was not able to.

Her receiving face would have narrowed eyes under a frowning forehead.  Her nose would be narrowed.  Her posture would be stooped, or noticing from sideways on, with a cranked neck to see properly.  Her verbal comment would use a flattened or dull tone of voice that was not pleasing to hear, from a mouth that was perhaps partially obstructed by a finger or not opened fully to speak.

These are all indicative behavioural responses to not fully being able to take in life.

An open-hearted being has wide eyes, and open nostrils to receive life, and to breathe life force energy in.  An open-hearted being has a forehead that is raised in interest and a stance or posture alignment that allows for a natural flow of unhindered inner energies, from a place of confident viewing.   An open-hearted being expresses a tone of voice that is energizing or invigorating to hear, with unashamed in delivery.

So severe was her condition, that she could see only faults when she looked into her own baby daughter’s face.  I grew so accustomed to screwed up narrowed eyes, that it was many years before I saw loving ones and experienced the phenomenal difference.

Life is incredible.   Life is magical.

It is how we receive it, that makes our experience of it so.  To be as fresh as if we just arrived on the planet is the way to live!

Skills to further heighten our senses are available to us…tbc!   : )

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