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Rose I love that, thank you for that. I feel that way too, that I could review all I've learned in the last 9 years of studying EEM and just keep getting to more depths and more dimensions through it. I appreciate your steadiness and confidence, cheers! Lyn
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Judith, I read this today before I read your article: "I hope you'll hear what I'm about to tell you. I hope you'll hear it all the way down to your toes. When you're waiting, you're NOT doing nothing. You're doing the most important something there is. You're allowing your soul to grow up. If you can't be still and wait, you can't become what God created you to be." by Sue Monk Kidd, in her book "When the Heart Waits." I worry sometimes that my own exhaustion and despondency fogs signal something is really wrong within me, that I lack something essential, or that a healthy inner connection is broken. One thing I do during these times is invoke the gift of expanding my capacity to receive and maintain vibrant joyful healthy energy levels, while I'm lying in bed holding some hook-up connection. Thanks for writing about your inner journeys and perils. You help me to also look at it as a "pause," like in respiration, a tide, a cycle ... rather than a wrongness or brokenness. That lends me much more ease in my own stagnant phase. Maybe it's my Pluto too - I've been feeling it a lot lately. What does a phoenix look like when she rises from the depths of the sea?
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Lynn this is really pertinent for me, too. I will remember to call in my element partners, and the loud music really helps me do anything domestic! Clearing out my environment, making it feel spacious and welcoming - that is really important to me. I'm so glad you wrote about this, sharing your inspiration and understandings.
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Hi Theda, I like the steadying effects of conscious breathing, too. I think it would be fun to have a collection of our creative views of Triple Warmer. I don't relate to it as a demanding general either, that feels too much like a focus on an inner battle. I never thought of it as a colicky baby... but in the frame of helping it to evolve, its interesting to see it from a place of new beginnings (babyhood), a renewed TW being cared for into a different expression of its powerful self.
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Andie, I had the same idea - I have held neurovasculars while doing the head-drop, and the person holds the "memory" area and another point ... get all the hands working. I think there's a lot of opportunity to explore different dimensions of this. I agree, including emotional release points seems really potent.
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How wonderful to have an 85% reducing in severity of pain, in one go. Seems like doing the deep electrics work after shifting pain memories is a good way to stabilize the system and maybe help TW to find steadiness. I also wonder about inquiring into the seed cells to see if the Injury Recall technique might erase more of the holding patterns, by involving the seed cells when doing the head-drop motion... more for the EM Lab! I'd love to hear more about your experiences with releasing cellular memories, working with Elizabeth. I appreciate your sharings Judith, thanks!
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Oh this is just lovely! To grow up with a solid knowing that we are all healers, and our own inner healer is our best doctor.
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This is beautiful, Jane, thank you. My heart smiles to see your smiling dog friends. I especially love that you include intentions with each heart healing exercise. I feel it adds an important dimension to my energy medicine practice when it feels like a meditative practice as well.
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Hi Cristina, I was working with someone several days ago whose chronic neck and shoulder pain returned at the end of our session! I felt so badly also (and this wasn't an MS patient.) I'd love to hear more about tuning in to how much is enough for a person to metabolize during a session. It makes perfect sense to build an awareness of the compensatory patterns and to notice how the interrelations of energy systems all shift when a keystone pattern is shifted.
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Theda, I love figure 8s too and I like the idea of weaving them into my vehicle when driving. What a fantastic fire image!
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Judith, I love your eloquence. It is really cool to see examples of how we are One, as in your class, the group often shares a similar energy pattern with the person who is feeling it and showing it. Great story!
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Hi Rose, Thank you. I'm painting with light through the field of the person I'm working with. And really, not just through the meridian lines, but weaving figure 8s with light into an area, inviting up a "vortex revival" of light if that seems needed ... I like to paint with light with a free hand, wherever it seems wanted.
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Thanks Jyoti! Ruby is so lucky you're in her pack.
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May 24, 2011