Many of us have tried to learn meditation and found that at first, it is impossible to stop our mind from wandering here and there. In the beginning, the
mind moves around, the body complains; our nose itches and we scratch it, or our back hurts and distracts us. Maybe there is too much noise from the
traffic or someone sneezes or someone’s giggling or we keep getting interrupted by our children or our friend, or we keep going to sleep or there isn’t
enough time because we have so much to do.
What is the soul? Although we generally pretend to have one, most of us don’t have the foggiest notion of what this means. Try explaining your soul or
ask one of your friends to talk about their soul over a cup of tea. It’s a good indoor pursuit on a cold day. These days, everyone’s answer is usually
something vague about our own personal spiritual aspect. While we think of this as being an age old idea, the notion of the soul as being individual
or personal, is a latter day conception that derives from the Greek philosophers rather than the ancient religious mystics.
Children are extremely sensitive when it comes to energy. Their minds are generally not as locked in to their stories as much as adults, which makes them
more flexible and less likely to hold on to destructive emotions. This also makes them excellent people to treat with AcuEnergetics®.
Below is the story of Veeresh D. Yuson-Sanchez and his experience with AcuEnergetics® some time ago now. Veeresh is now no longer with us, but his memory
and enthusiastic and funny description of his experience with AcuEnergetics® over many years will live on in our memories. Veeresh was an outstanding
therapist and teacher who became famous for his work in the Human Potential Movement. He founded The respected Humaniversity in Holland in 1978, which
is an international center for therapy, training and personal growth.
Understanding my own disquiet took many years. Happiness was always circumstantial. I would feel calm and relaxed immediately in the moments after my yoga
class, or when everything aligned at certain moments of a day. But very quickly old patterns of struggle would return. I would again be pulled back
to struggle street – comparing myself to others, with a constant stream of inner dialogue, moments of nervousness and sometimes all out anxiety. It
all creates suffering.
The first step in forgiving others is to realise that forgiveness is not for the other person…it’s for us. It does this by helping us to let go of our resentments and anger and thereby helping us to be happier and healthier. However this doesn’t always work. When we treat forgiveness as a gift that we are bestowing on the other then it misses the point. Read More
I feel like today is a day for the heart. In fact what day isn’t? My heart can always do with a good dose of Rumi. No matter where or when or why or how,
there’s always something Rumi wrote that brings me such a profound sense of peace, wisdom and a reassuring feeling that we are part of something bigger