Friday, January 27, 2012

Neural Depolarization and the Satisfaction of Healing

Hello everyone! I am sorry that I have been distracted from my blog lately because I was in the process of completing two new books on Neural Depolarization which I have been writing for a while. It does feel good to have them complete and to know that people can have the benefit of what I teach to help themselves heal many forms of disease and discomfort.  Our human body is such a delight with all of its many systems working together to make us human beings that are using our internal energy to get well.  I did this form of healing on myself when I was a very young child with Rheumatic Fever.  I healed my Rheumatic Fever, and I have proceeded to become the mother of six wonderful children and to continue living the life that I have designed for myself.

Neural Depolarization is the technique that I used as a child to heal the intense pain of my Rheumatic Fever. I have had a goal to tell this story to help other people learn how to heal themselves. I spent many years having six children, helping them to grow up and create their own lives, and I have worked as an R.N. to fulfill the other goals in my life of helping people. There is a very satisfying feeling within me when I can heal another person and watch them go on with their life and live from their loving heart. I am also trying to teach people the true meaning of their energy field and how to use it. This is a time when we begin to realize that our mind is everything, so we will not even begin to “tell a lie” or to do anything else to suppress our internal energy field, but we can expand how we use our own internal energy and use it to enhance our own life and health.

These two books bring my writing up to ten books, I think.  We can heal ourselves, and knowing how to do this is very important. I have talked about different aspects of healing ourselves in all of my books, and at the present time I also do classes in Neural Depolarization, the technique that I teach to heal our body, mind, and Spirit self.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Learning is Vital to our Growth because How We Think is Who We Are

Happy New Year!  As we begin our countdown for 2012 it is important that we begin this countdown by looking intensely at ourselves. Are we being who we want to be? Being who we want to be is not by any stretch of the imagination attempting to be someone else. Our goal is to expand our own energy into who we want to be. This is an internal exercise of our thinking mind, in conjunction with the rest of our brain and our body. We can never attempt to copy another person and be successful in our own personal growth potential, because each of us are individual people with our past, present, and future already living its human design in the precise pattern of the evolution that we have created for ourselves. If we attempt to copy someone else, we are setting an external energy in motion to abort ourselves.

When we are ignorant enough to "abort" our thinking mind, loving emotions, sensory capability, and our physical body, we are not being loving to our internal "Dual Soul and Spirit energy, and we are showing ourselves what we have not learned about our Eternal Dual Soul and Spirit energy. We learn about our own internal Dual Soul and Spirit by living our physical lives with a consciousness that never fades. It is important for us to look at every lesson that we have lived, see the wisdom of what the lesson has taught us, evaluate the lesson carefully and move it forward by several steps. We create our own reality is not just five words. These five little words are the substance and definition of our physical lives as we live them, learn from them, and consciously expand them into greater and greater levels of consciousness as our Spirit and Soul Energy are expanded and accepted. Always remember, "We are our own creation." How we think, so we are.

In the beginning of my grade school experience, I will always remember the teacher who stood in front of the class every day and greeted us with the phrase, "How we think is who we are and this is why learning is vital to our growth. My teacher's name was Ava Williams. As she taught us to think and to love ourselves I thought that her name, "Ava," meant that she was an angel teaching us how to be Spiritual or Heavenly Beings. My beliefs helped me to remember every word that she said to us, and as a six-year-old, I knew in my heart that she was speaking absolute truth, which meant that I needed to remember everything that she said. Of course her teachings related strictly to what she was supposed to be teaching us, in conjunction with State Law, but my way of thinking certainly did help my brain memorize. And the memory of this experience has always been a vital support within my thinking mind as I have grown and changed and learned to appreciate energy, especially the energy of love which comes from our Spirit Consciousness.