DAY 344: Healing Through Hypnotherapy

hypnotherapy“All of us know that we have a mind but not everyone is aware that we actually have two minds. The Western world and psychologists refer to these as the conscious and subconscious mind, while the Eastern complimentary sciences such as Ayurveda, speak of the inner or deeper consciousness, and the outer or sensory mind.

The conscious, outer mind that most people are familiar with constitutes only the tip of the proverbial mind-sphere iceberg and is responsible for cognition, reasoning, analysis, evaluation, calculation, judgement and decision-making. It feeds off the five senses to perceive its reality and helps you arrive at suitable conclusions. So when your eyes see an overcast sky, your conscious mind concludes that when you step out of y our house that morning, you should carry an umbrella.

The subconscious or inner mind constitutes almost 88% of the whole mind and is the storehouse or repository of all y our long term memories and impressions both from this life as well as past lives. All positive and negative experiences that you have ever had, are stored here and the resulting impressions are embedded as beliefs, attitudes, tendencies and habits which determine the hardwiring of your brain. This is akin to a library where your soul’s personal records are stored and maintained.

Using Hypnosis as the Bridge:

Hypnosis can allow you to bypass the critical factor and focus on selective thinking, allowing effective and speedy access into your subconscious mind. It can bridge your past with your present and unravel memories and experiences that compel you to feel, think and behave in ways that easily override your conscious decisions. It leads you into a trance-like, deeply relaxed alpha state into which the subject is guided by the hypnotist, by getting his attention to slip past the door keeper of the subconscious or the critical mind. In this dreamlike state, the subject can now recall information from other times or states of consciousness. He still has a fuzzy awareness of his present and immediate surroundings which creates a kind of elliptical awareness whereby he can be in both states simultaneously, focused more there and less here and hence, not only recall but also digest information that is retrieved from the past giving rise to insight and integration of the data recovered.”

Suzy Singh is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, wellness mentor, spiritual teacher, channel and author. She has spent 32 years researching and experimenting with consciousness and wrote Chapter 37 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. www.suzyheals.com

Love,

Rucsandra

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DAY 343: Create A Happy Relationship with Money

money“Say Yes to Money!

Drop your seriousness around money and make it playful and joyful. In a lighter view, we learn the importance of being playful and relaxed. ‘Be aware’ should be the motto for a joyful life and that includes money. Money too is a natural phenomenon. Being playful with money means that you can see its natural beauty, know the laws it follows, know the rules of the games you can devise and enjoy with it. As in any game, the vital elements in the money game are the knowledge of the rules and the skills of the players. With increasing practice your skills increase by leaps and bounds.

We need to summon the courage to take ownership of all our thoughts, deeds, knowledge, actions, choices, experience, most importantly, our successes and failures. Becoming honest and transparent with our issues of money will help us overcome it forever. Encounter and demolish the fears of money. But face everything and rise. As you take responsibility, the whole universe sends you resources and power to become successful.”

Suresh Padmanabhan wrote Chapter 37 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. He is the Creator of the Money Workshop, an original, authentic workshop on money. He wrote the international bestseller ‘I Love Money’. www.themoneyworkshop.com

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 342: Sports and Spirit

working-out“After intense research, observations and evaluations, I found the best outcome in training when I worked with the energy of the four elements. They flow through us and can be activated through the four training types, which are directly linked to the four elements.

Different intentions create different outcomes:

  1. For energy and to feel vital and active: Cardio training; element: Fire.
  2. For strength, muscle tone, posture and self-esteem: Resistance training; element: Earth.
  3. For flexibility, subtleness and self-awareness: Flexibility training; element: Air.
  4. For balance, calmness and inner peace: Relaxation training; element: Water.

The four elements are the major vibrational building blocks of our Earth. They balance, complement, and also oppose each other. It’s the same with the four training types: if you want to create an optimal energy flow, you should combine different training types; or if you really like to work on a specific issue, choose a training type which can help you to best manifest the outcome you are looking for. Effort creates reward and balance. With exercise you are activating your natural potential to look good, feel good, and think positively.

But you need persistence and discipline and, if this doesn’t come naturally to you, try to become this person. There is nothing more rewarding then turning a belief around. I am talking about my own experience. I have turned many beliefs around – and am still doing it. One of my misleading beliefs was that I had no discipline. But as I look at myself now, I see a very disciplined person.

Every belief is changeable. Take your time, start slowly, start steadily, but do it!”

Theresia Eggers wrote Chapter 36 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. She is the founder of the “Intune Program”, which is Theresia’s vision and interpretation of a holistic exercise program. It works with the energy of the Four Elements – Fire, Earth, Air and Water, which are a part of every one of us, and the activation of the seven chakras. The goal of this program is to make you feel whole by connecting to all the different aspects of yourself through a training that includes body, mind, emotion and spirit. www.sportandspirit.com

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 341: Bach Flower Remedies

bach flower remedies

“Bach Flower Remedies are 100% safe and natural. They establish the equilibrium between mind and body; the application of specifically related flowers helps in correcting emotional distress that creates well-being. Dr. Edward Bach created Bach Flower Remedies for all ages of individuals and even for plants and animals.

“Disease of the body itself is nothing but the result of the disharmony between soul and mind. Remove the disharmony, and we regain harmony between soul and mind, and the body is once more perfect in all its parts.” Dr. Edward Bach.

The Bach flower system was the first of its kind and remains the most thorough set of natural remedies for emotional distress. Falling within the umbrella of complementary medicine, Bach Flower Remedies can and often should be a part of the professional healer’s arsenal of interventions. The remedies have been derived from specific flowers and are used in a number of different healthcare settings, from various mediums of healthcare and wellness. The remedies have proven to work in most unusual ways and The Bach system is one of the most recognized natural remedy systems by far. It works on both people and animals. It is 100% safe and non-addictive, which are its strongest qualities.”

Aryanish Patel wrote Chapter 35 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. She was born dyslexic, but overcame the challenge at an early age. Showered with love and understanding, she grew up in an environment where individual conditions were seen as mere variations in the human diversity that enriches the planet. Aryanish felt obliged to empower others in similar situations and attended a training course in Dyslexia Correction in London. Among many other modalities, she also studied the Bach Flower Remedies at the Bach Centre in London. Today, Aryanish has four method patents pending on corrective learning for dyslexia, ADHD, ADD and post-traumatic disorders. www.7pathwaysglobal.com

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 340: Food As Medicine

food“Ayurveda is the oldest system of healthcare on the planet and it talks extensively about prevention, rejuvenation and longevity. It is the only indigenous healthcare system that has a whole branch dedicated for this, called Rasayana and Vajikarna. Simple foods of our daily life become therapeutic or medicinal when taken judiciously. For example: Amla Rasayana where Amla churna (powder) is given every day for a set period of time in a subsequently increasing and then dec reasing dosage. This is used as an intensive rejuvenate therapy in many chronic conditions such as diabetes, autoimmune conditions or cancer for its powerful antioxidant effects. Ayurveda also talks about three pillars to sustain life: food, sleep and biological wastes of the body.

So food is part of the fundamental concepts of Ayurveda. Ayurveda is unique to talk about foods according to our mind-body types or personality types. In Ayurveda, food is eaten according to our body types. We are all unique with our own individual set of chemicals, neurochemicals, hormones, different absorption and adsorption rates, digestion and our unique psychological and emotional patterns. So two people might eat the same food but the effect those foods will have on their systems is completely different.”

Dr. Ashish Paul wrote Chapter 34 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. She is a fully qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner (BAMS – Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) and a Medical Herbalist (BSc Hons Herbal Medicine). Her aim is to bring awareness to the holistic benefits that people could enjoy by using the ancient Indian treatments and the western herbal medicine. These therapies work with the natural rhythm of the body, treat the cause of a problem and have less adverse effects. www.ashishveda.uk

Think about food as medicine: nature’s healing principles at work!

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 339: Breath-Work, The Re-Birthing Process

breath“I learnt and re-learnt through my work of last 8 years in Breath Work or the Re-Birthing Process that Breath is a miracle. And that, Breath can cause miracles! BREATH – a word we know, or rather, we think we know. BREATH – that’s what we start the journey in this body with. BREATH – that which we take before we make our transition to the life – between- lives state. BREATH – that changes with any and every emotion we experience. BREATH – that’s true sathi*! We start breathing when we are born. But does anyone teach us how to breathe? In fact, at birth, aren’t we slapped if we don’t breathe? No one corrects our breath. Breath work is here now. Just to correct our breath!

Our breath is our connection to the Divine Life-Force. It is the primary source of nourishment and helps in eliminating all the unwanted thoughts, toxins and undesired emotions. Intuitive breathing is a skill that we can learn easily. Intuitive breathing is the ability to breathe energy as w ell as air. It involves breathing in a gentle relaxed rhythm. All the traumatic memories from our past are stored deep in the subconscious mind and are reflected in the way we breathe. By changing the way we breathe we can change the way we live.”

Smita Wankhade is a Breath Worker, a Past Life Regressionist, and a Reiki Master. She wrote Chapter 33 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. Having benefited from the breath work and past life regression sessions, she realized that giving healing to others and spreading the knowledge of spiritual science is her purpose in life! Through her healing sessions, people have found relief from issues which were preventing them from living a fuller life. Each of them found the purpose of their life and been able to balance their material and spiritual life. www.pastliferegressionindia.com

Do you hold your breathe? Do you breathe shallowly?

Take a moment now to inhale deeply and exhale fully for a few minutes.

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 338: The Magic Of Crystal Healing

crystals“Crystals are natural rocks and minerals born deep within the womb of mother Earth. They are solid substances created during the formative cooling stages of Earth’s development some 5 billion years ago and they have continued to metamorphose as the planet itself changed.

They are miniature storehouses containing the records of the Earth over millions of years and bearing the indelible memory of the powerful forces that shaped it.

Some have been subjected to enormous pressure, others grew in chambers deep underground in layer and others dripped into being, all of which affects the properties of the crystal and the way that they function. These crystals have some amazing healing properties and are increasingly being used across the globe to heal, balance and harmonize our energies. […]

Crystals are piezo-electric, which means when you apply mechanical pressure to a crystal it produces electricity, notably the quartz family; and if you apply an electrical current to a crystal it moves mechanically, i.e. it oscillates. Crystals also have morphic resonance. Medicines that we ingest are made based on biochemistry and biochemistry is underpinned by electro-magnetism. We are electro-magnetic beings.

As we are beings of energy in a constant state of vibration, we absorb the vibrations emitted by different crystals easily at an auric level and the aura will absorb just as much as it needs to. So the energy field of the crystals is actually the energy field of the soul. Working with the energy field of the soul is the highest form of intervention that you can receive, because it is the most efficient way to identify and eliminate the root causes of both the psychological and physical illness.”

Bindu Maira wrote Chapter 32 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. She is an English honors graduate from LSR Delhi who also has a degree in German from the Max Muller Bhawan in Pune. She has been a professional Tarot card reader and Crystal Healer for the last fifteen years. www.bindumaira.com

Love,

Rucsandra